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  • Interesting WrestleMania Injury Stat
  • The reason why James Storm turned down WWE
  • James Storm Returns to TNA Wrestling
  • Second Royal Rumble Entrant Revealed
  • News on Rey Mysterio's LU Status
  • Could Taryn Terrell Be Done With TNA Wrestling?
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  • GFW Crowns Their Four Champions
  • AJ Styles Suffers An Injury
  • Maria Kanellis' Contract with ROH Expiring
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  • Conflicting Reports on Erick Rowan's Injury
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  • Alex Shelley Returning to Ring of Honor
  • Magnus Joins Global Force Wrestling
  • News Regarding Kurt Angle's Neck Surgery
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    30-10-2009
    Hogan looking to teach young guys the "art form"


    Hogan looking to teach young guys the "art form"

    Hulk Hogan told Time Magazine the following:

    "When I woke up and realized I should be my own man and be responsible for being happy, I realized I still have a lot to contribute to the wrestling business. And jumping into TNA [Total Nonstop Action] and being a part of that company is huge. I have a chance to give back and help these young wrestlers who don't understand the business and the art form."

    30-10-2009 om 23:51 geschreven door jefken  

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    Uitslagen TNA Impact 29 okober
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    - Thanks to Dylan Wolfe and PWInsider for these TNA iMPACT spoilers that air on October 29th:

    Krystal Marshall-Lashley is sitting ringside again.

    Desmond Wolf opens Impact saying he’s not the next best thing he is the One. He tears down the U.S. and then moves on to Angle, claiming he didn’t win his gold medal he only claimed it on points. Says that after last week’s beatdown on Angle he became the greatest TNA wrestler. Angle (now coming out the Face Tunnel) says Desmond has overstayed his welcome and will be leaving TNA tonight. Tonight one on one Angle vs. Desmond in a Street Fight.

    Alissa Flash vs. Tara
    Tara wins after a fireman’s carry into a side slam. Post match, Kong comes out and gives Tara an Implant Buster onto Alissa.

    Motor City Machine Guns vs. 3D
    The Guns won after Devon tapped out to Alex Shelley’ half Boston Crab, Brother Ray argued that Devon didn’t tap.

    TNA Legends Championship: Eric Young vs. Bobby Lashley
    Steiner goes after Krystal Marshall and Bobby goes to help her. He knocks Steiner out and gets back in the ring. Steiner comes to the ring and hits Lashley with a chair for the DQ.

    Eric Young is still in the ring and World Elite comes out sporting some new white track suits. The British Invasion has been suspended without pay for assaulting Slick Johnson last week. But it was Beer Money’s last shot so they just had to leave with the belts. Young says he just handed Lashley his first TNA defeat. He changes the Legends Title to the TNA Global Championship, stating he won’t defend it on American soil or against an American. Kevin Nash comes out with a chair. He says that the deal was that he leaves BFG with the Legends Title and $60,000 cash…he says Bashir gave him 60,000 Iranian dollars. Beer Money comes in through the crowd and attacks World Elite.

    Beautiful People vs. ODB, Hamada, and Christy Hemme.
    The Beautiful People win after Lacey hits a chokeslam on Hemme
    Post match, Kong’s music plays and she makes her way to the ring but is jumped by Tara. Security struggles and eventually breaks the two up.

    Abyss vs. Dr. Stevie: Hardcore Match
    Abyss wins after a Shock Treatment. After the match Dr. Stevie chokes Abyss out with a kendo stick. Foley comes out and looks like he is gonna hit Abyss with the kendo stick but hits Stevie instead and leaves.

    Rhino vs. Matt Morgan
    Rhino goes for a gore but Morgan hits the Carbon Footprint for the 3 count. After the match Rhino beats down and gores Morgan. Hernandez’s music plays and he chases Rhino from the ring. Rhino gets on the mic and says no one is going to run him out of TNA.

    Angle vs. Desmond Wolf
    Hebner stops the match after Angle is knocked out by a vicious clothesline from Wolf. They put Angle on a backboard and stretcher him out.


    30-10-2009 om 00:00 geschreven door jefken  

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    UITSLAGEN WWE SUPERSTARS 29 OKTOBER
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    Jack Swagger def. Primo
    Alicia Fox def. Kelly Kelly
    Zack Ryder def. Tyler Reks
    Cryme Tyme & R-Truth def. The Hart Dynasty & Mike Knox

    This week on “WWE Superstars” airing on WGN America, Superstars from all three brands competed in four hard-hitting matches including an impressive bout pitting Cryme Tyme & R-Truth against The Hart Dynasty & Mike Knox.

    Don’t know where to catch “WWE Superstars”? Find WGN America in your area. Can't see “WWE Superstars” on WGN America in your area? Stay with WWE.com for full results, photos and video clips of all the action.

    Cryme Tyme & R-Truth def. The Hart Dynasty & Mike Knox (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    The Hart Dynasty and R-Truth may have stood together victorious as part of Team SmackDown at WWE Bragging Rights, but on “WWE Superstars,” Friday night’s rapping Superstar denied David Hart Smith & Tyson Kidd the opportunity to achieve victory again. For the last several weeks, Cryme Tyme and The Hart Dynasty have proven to be evenly matched, and it was the variable of their partners that tipped the scales in one team’s favor on this time. In the end, Truth’s speed and agility were too much, allowing him to pick up the pin over Kidd and have his hand raised with Cryme Tyme.

    Zack Ryder def. Tyler Reks (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    Though Ryder may have a loud mouth, there is no reason for him to quiet down after picking up a victory against a formidable opponent like Reks. In a battle between east and west coasts, it was the Long Island native who stood tall despite his opponent giving all he had. When Ryder set up for the Zack Attack, it was all over with Reks’s lights being turned out and Zack getting the 1-2-3.

    Alicia Fox def. Kelly Kelly (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    Unfortunately for Kelly Kelly, the smart, sexy and powerful Diva was unable to get a repeat of her success the week before with Alicia Fox taking home the win. Though Kelly fought with all her heart, Alicia was riding full throttle and had an answer for everything thrown her way. The Foxy Floridian capped it all off with a vicious scissor kick to her Raw rival and followed up with the pin leaving Kelly a bit worse for wear with a notch in the loss column.

    Jack Swagger def. Primo (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    Since “The All-American American” promised to go undefeated through the rest of the year, he has been successful in singles action and continued on that same path this week with a win over Primo. It wasn’t easy by any means, as the former Unified Tag Team Champion went at Swagger with a flurry of offense, but in the end, the two-time collegiate All-American was just too powerful for his opponent, connecting with a devastating Gutwrench Powerbomb to secure his triumph.





    30-10-2009 om 00:00 geschreven door jefken  

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    Samoa Joe woedend omdat barbecue niet doorging

    - Samoa Joe was fuming mad after Bound For Glory when some kind of barbecue
    for friends of his he had planned at the show didn't happen. Somehow the deal didn't go through and he was furious to the point where there was a chance he would have been sent home before the pay-per-view began.

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    29-10-2009
    Gaan Mr. Anderson, RVD en DDP naar tna????


    Chances of Kennedy/RVD/DDP in TNA

    Credit: F4WOnline.com

    - It is being said that Ken Anderson (Mr. Kennedy) is not involved in the Hulk Hogan/TNA deal and his main priority right now is trying to get an acting career going.

    - Rob Van Dam is said to be looking for an easy schedule and good money and is open to wrestling again on those terms. RVD has an affiliation with Hogan and Eric Bischoff so him going to TNA seems more of a possibility than ever before.

    - Even though he wants to wrestle again, Diamond Dallas Page has said that he doesn't have plans to go back to TNA or work on Hulk Hogan's Australian tour.

    29-10-2009 om 10:32 geschreven door jefken  

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    Gaan Steve Austin, Flair en Goldberg naar tna????


    Chances of Austin/Flair/Goldberg in TNA

    Credit: F4WOnline.com

    - Despite rumors going around, it is not expected that Steve Austin will have anything to do with TNA. Austin does not get along well with either Hulk Hogan or Eric Bischoff. In addition to that, his attitude is similar to The Rock where he is trying to stay as far away from wrestling as possible while pursuing an acting career.

    - At this point, Ric Flair has not confirmed or denied involvement with the Hogan/TNA deal.

    - Goldberg has made it clear that he is not interested in joining TNA as long as Vince Russo is around.

    29-10-2009 om 10:29 geschreven door jefken  

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    Nieuws over operatie Eric Young


    News on the health of Eric Young

    Word got out several days ago that TNA star Eric Young was about to undergo throat surgery. After today's operation, Jeremy Borash posted the following update on his Twitter account:

    "Eric Young had successful surgery today and is home recovering. He will not miss any time from the ring."

    29-10-2009 om 10:21 geschreven door jefken  

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    Mist EDGE WRESTLEMANIA 26?

    - There has been a lot of concern lately within WWE that Edge won’t return to the ring in time for Wrestlemania. His injury is one you really can’t rush back from if it’s not 100% healed.

    29-10-2009 om 00:00 geschreven door jefken  

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    28-10-2009
    GAAT TNA DE CONCURRENTIE AAN MET RAW?
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    There are rumors of TNA Wrestling adding a second weekly television show to compete with Raw on Monday nights, but nothing has been confirmed. I'm told this is one of the first things that Eric Bischoff and Hulk Hogan want to accomplish as they feel to be perceived as a legitimate threat they have to get on cable TV on Monday nights. Eric Bischoff has been down this road before with WCW and obviously is hoping that history repeats itself.

    28-10-2009 om 20:50 geschreven door jefken  

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    Byron Saxton nieuwste lid announce team ecw


    Details on the new changes made in WWE

    WWE developmental talent Byron Saxton (real name Bryan Kelly) debuted as the newest member of WWE's announce team on tonight's edition of ECW on SyFy. Saxton, who is a former newscaster, has been doing commentary and managing wrestlers for the company's developmental promotion, Florida Championship Wrestling.

    For the time being, Saxton and Josh Mathews will handle ECW broadcasts while Todd Grisham and Matt Striker will handle Friday Night SmackDown. The company had no choice but to make changes as a result of Jim Ross taking time off to deal with his most recent Bells Palsy attack.

    28-10-2009 om 13:50 geschreven door jefken  

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    What you didn't see on RAW this week
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    What you didn't see on RAW this week

    Dean sent in the following notes tonight from the HSBC arena in Buffalo, NY:

    DX, John Cena, and Kofi Kingston vs. Randy Orton, The Legacy, and The Big Show was the RAW dark match. Good match. Everyone left the ring leaving Orton w/ DX. Orton tried to shake hands and hugged Triple H. HBK hit the superkick for the win. DX did comedy at the end including a Triple H swine flu joke.

    28-10-2009 om 13:44 geschreven door jefken  

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    Kevin Nash geschorst


    Top TNA star suspended from next TV taping

    Credit: PWTorch.com

    The rumor among wrestlers is that Hulk Hogan wanted Kevin Nash to be booker, but it doesn't appear there is anything to that. In fact, Nash is officially suspended from the next TV taping because of his going off script in the ring at the last taping.

    28-10-2009 om 13:41 geschreven door jefken  

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    Samoa joe over Hogan


    Samoa Joe posted the following on Twitter:

    "My Official Statement on Hulk Hogan coming to TNA. 'Im in, Lets Rock'"

    28-10-2009 om 13:38 geschreven door jefken  

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    Volgt Flair aan Hogan?


    Ric Flair to join Hulk Hogan in TNA Wrestling?

    According to PWInsider.com, there have indicated there have been at least preliminary discussions between TNA and Ric Flair as part of the same deal that brought Hulk Hogan and Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment into the company. Stay tuned.

    Dave Meltzer is also reporting that Ric Flair's contract with Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment directly links Flair to whatever projects Hogan is working on.

    TNA has been wanting to sign Flair ever since his retirement from WWE.

    More announcements are expected so we'll have to wait and see what happens.

    28-10-2009 om 13:36 geschreven door jefken  

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    TNA becomes a Twitter trending topic

    TNA becomes a Twitter trending topic

    For the first time ever, TNA (or anything TNA-related for that matter) has become a trending topic on Twitter.

    For those of you wondering why TNA would sign Hulk Hogan, now you know the reason. Hogan's name brings the kind of mainstream buzz that the company has needed for years.

    Stay tuned for more breaking news!

    28-10-2009 om 13:33 geschreven door jefken  

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    Press conference HULK HOGAN AND TNA
     

    Hulkamania is back, brother! The biggest name in professional wrestling has officially returned and is joining TNA Wrestling.

    An announcement was made today by TNA Wrestling in conjunction with Spike TV at a press conference held in New York City. “Hulk Hogan is one of the world’s top pop culture icons and the biggest superstar in the history of professional wrestling. We are truly excited to welcome him into the TNA family,” said Dixie Carter, President of TNA Wrestling.  “Our goal is to become the biggest professional wrestling company in the world.”  Hell yes.
     
    Hogan’s specific role in TNA has not been announced, but I’m sure it’s going to be epic. The fact that Hulk gets to step back in the ring again with legends like Sting is enough reason to tune in each and every week. The possibility of Hogan getting face to face with Mick Foley for the first time will also be another obvious reason to watch.

    28-10-2009 om 12:51 geschreven door jefken  

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    Uitslagen ECW 27 oktober
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    Sheamus def. Shelton Benjamin
    ECW Champion Christian def. Yoshi Tatsu (ECW Championship Match)

    ROCHESTER, N.Y. – After a successful ECW Championship defense against Yoshi Tatsu, Christian is still the king of Extreme. But there’s one Superstar who refuses to relinquish his ECW Title aspirations and will stop at nothing to achieve total domination – William Regal. 

    ECW Champion Christian def. Yoshi Tatsu (ECW Championship Match) (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    Christian put his ECW Title on the line Tuesday night against one of the newest, brightest Superstars to recently join the Land of the Extreme – Yoshi Tatsu. In the biggest match of his young career, the Japanese Superstar put up a competitive fight against Captain Charisma, who has said Tatsu is the most-deserving Superstar to fight for the Extreme gold. But Tatsu’s strong, high-energy effort wasn’t enough to win the ECW Championship in his first title match against his experienced mentor. After a perfectly-timed Killswitch, Christian pinned Tatsu to retain the ECW Championship.

    In a sportsmanlike act, Christian kneeled to help Tatsu up from the ring after their match, but they were quickly interrupted by an attack from William Regal’s associates, Vladimir Kozlov and Ezekiel Jackson. As Tatsu rose to help Christian, The Moscow Mauler brutally kicked the Japanese Superstar out of the ring, while Jackson continued his assault. Regal then entered the ring, snatching the ECW Championship from Christian, holding it high above his head as the Peeps in the Blue Cross Arena jeered at he and his Ruthless Roundtable.

    The British Brawler has sent a strong message to Christian, ECW General Manager Tiffany and the entire WWE Universe: He’s determined to win the ECW Championship, and he – and Kozlov and Jackson – won’t let anyone get in his way. Will Regal feel any repercussions for his bold actions this week? How will Tiffany react?

    “The Abraham Washington Show” with Tiffany (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    “The Abraham Washington Show” featured a very special guest with an important message Tuesday night. ECW General Manager Tiffany joined the critically-acclaimed talk show to reinforce to WWE Universe that the New Superstar Initiative is in full effect and ECW is – and will continue to be – the place the see the brightest and most exciting young Superstars in WWE. The Diva also pointed out that many of the Superstars in Sunday’s WWE Bragging Rights, such as CM Punk, Jack Swagger and Kofi Kingston, got their first big break in the Land of the Extreme.

    But William Regal hasn’t agreed with Tiffany’s managerial skills lately. The British Brawler and his associates, Vladimir Kozlov and Ezekiel Jackson, interrupted “The Abraham Washington Show” this week, which further aggravated the General Manager.

    “I implore you, give me what I deserve,” Regal demanded. “Please, give me an ECW Championship Match.”

    But Tiffany stood her ground: “Mr. Regal, you have asked me repeatedly and my answer has not changed. No! … You are not getting an ECW Championship Match tonight. Perhaps you will never get another shot at the ECW Championship!”

    Sheamus def. Shelton Benjamin (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    One day after making his Raw debut, Sheamus returned to the Land of the Extreme to face his ECW rival, Shelton Benjamin. These two Superstars have been fighting for weeks, with Sheamus calling Benjamin mediocre and The Gold Standard referring to The Celtic Warrior as a coward. Benjamin wanted to give Sheamus a going away “present” Tuesday night, but instead, after a brutal, intense fast-paced match, the Irish Superstar left ECW for Raw with a victory.

    Paul Burchill confronts Gregory Helms (WATCH)
    As Gregory Helms listened to Rosa Mendes chatter about her wonderful experiences as ECW’s newest Diva, Paul and Katie Lea Burchill interrupted to confront the ECW backstage interviewer. The Ripper demanded that he meet him in the ring on the next ECW on Syfy, a challenge he accepted.

    Welcome Byron Saxton
    ECW on Syfy introduced Byron Saxton to the WWE Universe Tuesday night. The newest member of the Tuesday night announce team joined Josh Mathews on commentary.

    ECW 27.10.09





    28-10-2009 om 00:00 geschreven door jefken  

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    27-10-2009
    The New Theme Song For Monday Night Raw Is...
    As reported this morning, WWE will be debuting a new opening video for Monday Night Raw on next week's show.

    In an update, the new theme song for Raw will be "Burn it to the Ground" by Nickelback. The song is also featured on the front page of WWE's corporate website.

    27-10-2009 om 23:36 geschreven door jefken  

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    Webmatch: World Elite vs. Motor City Machine Guns
    Webmatch: World Elite vs. Motor City Machine Guns

    27-10-2009 om 23:28 geschreven door jefken  

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    Uitslagen raw 26 oktober
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    Kofi Kingston def. Unified Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho
    Divas Champion Melina & Santino Marella def. Jillian & Chavo Guerrero
    MVP & Mark Henry def. Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase
    Evan Bourne def. United States Champion The Miz in a Non-Title Match
    Sheamus def. Jamie Noble
    Triple H def. Unified Tag Team Champion Big Show

    BUFFALO, N.Y. – When NASCAR racers Kyle Busch and Joey Logano raced in to act as special guest hosts on Monday Night Raw, the two ignored the caution flags, avoided the pit stops and threw the hammer down all the way to the finish.

    Triple H def. Big Show; WWE Champion John Cena’s Survivor Series opponents revealed (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    After Big Show’s selfish betrayal of Team Raw the night before at WWE Bragging Rights, the Raw roster was only too happy to involve themselves during Show’s match with Triple H – thanks to Raw’s special guest hosts, the bout was now a No Disqualification Lumberjack Match with a special guest referee: WWE Champion John Cena!

    Surrounded by a battery of Superstars ready to punish him, Show lashed out and attacked his brand mates. The show of force, however, would prove futile. A barrage of Raw Superstars exploded on Show until finally The Game also unleashed his considerable anger over the events the night before on his opponent, emerging with a satisfying victory.

    As Triple H celebrated with Shawn Michaels and The Champ by his side, Raw special guest hosts Kyle Busch and Joey Logano surfaced to throw up a caution flag. The two clued in the WWE Universe on who would face Cena at Survivor Series: The Champ must face Triple H and HBK in a Triple Threat WWE Title Match!

    Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne to guest host Raw next week
    Hello, Raw! Are you ready rock? If so, prepare to tune in next Monday night when heavy metal icon, Ozzy Osbourne, and his wife Sharon, a judge on America’s Got Talent, share hosting duties.

    Sheamus def. Jamie Noble (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    Raw sure knows how to pick ‘em. The brand’s latest acquisition, Sheamus, lived up to his vicious reputation when he tangled with Jamie Noble. The Celtic Warrior downed the Southern Superstar as fast and fierce as a shot of Irish whiskey.

    Evan Bourne def. The Miz by count-out (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    He’s The Miz, and he’s … easily distracted? In his match against Evan Bourne, the United States Champion took exception to Jack Swagger looking on from ringside. Bourne used the disruption to his advantage, nailing both Swagger and Miz with a high-flying maneuver before high-tailing it back into the ring to win by count-out. Afterward, Miz shot an enraged look at “The All-American American.”

    Kofi Kingston destroyed Randy Orton’s new car (WATCH)
    A distraught Randy Orton emerged to pleaded the case that he should be granted a rematch. Instead, the man he attacked earlier in the evening, Kofi Kingston, popped up on the TitanTron with revenge flickering in his eyes. Kofi stood in the arena’s parking garage next to a customized race car Orton received earlier in the night from Rhodes & DiBiase. Despite The Viper’s protestations, Kofi proceeded to destroy the brand new car with a key, a crowbar and some paint.

    Legacy interrupted WWE Champion John Cena; MVP & Mark Henry def. Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    You have to hand it to Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase, the two do not lack chutzpah. One night after attacking John Cena in a fruitless effort to help their mentor, Randy Orton, retain his WWE Championship, the Legacy henchmen tried to demand a title bout against Cena, either as singles or in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match. Cena scoffed at the suggestion but did inform the two that, thanks to Raw’s guest hosts, they were to fight MVP & Mark Henry.

    The task of taking down The World’s Strongest Man & The Franchise Playa proved too much, and Legacy coughed up a loss.

    Divas Champion Melina & Santino def. Jillian & Chavo Guerrero (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    Jillian knows how to hold a grudge. The deaf-tone Diva wanted nothing more than to defeat Divas Champion Melina once the Latina lovely captured the Divas Championship after Jillian’s brief reign. To that point, Jillian teamed with Chavo Guerrero to take on Melina & Santino Marella. Unfortunately for Jillian, Melina seemed to be taking out some aggression, thanks to her team’s loss the night before, not to mention a distraction from Hornswoggle that helped the Divas Champion to easily pin her opponent.

    The little guy, dressed as a DX member, received a surprise of his own. A lawyer from Triple H and Shawn Michaels served ‘Swoggle with a "Cease and Desist" order in order to force the leprechaun to stop imitating them.

    Kyle Busch and Joey Logano will announce No. 1 contender for WWE Championship
    Having already made an impact on Raw, special guest hosts Kyle Busch and Joey Logano planned on shifting the proceedings into overdrive. Meeting with several Superstars, Busch and Logano promised to announce who WWE Champion John Cena will face at Survivor Series.

    Kofi Kingston def. Chris Jericho, attacked by Randy Orton (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    As part of Team Raw at WWE Bragging Rights, Kofi Kingston found himself subject to the betrayal of Big Show, which led to Chris Jericho pinning Kofi for the “W.” With his match against Jericho, Kofi would get an opportunity at redemption. That opportunity was not wasted. The dreadlocked dynamo nailed his arrogant opponent with a series of athletic strikes to seize the win. For Kofi, though, the real pain surfaced after the match when Randy Orton attacked him.

    The trouble began the night before at WWE Bragging Rights when Kofi chased off Orton’s Legacy henchmen, who were attempting to wound John Cena during the pair’s One Hour, Anything Goes WWE Iron Man Match. During Raw, The Viper slithered away but not before inflicting some venomous blows to Kofi.

    Big Show boasted about his betrayal; Raw special guest hosts Kyle Busch and Joey Logano arranged Big Show vs. Triple H, Chris Jericho vs. Kofi Kingston (PHOTOS | WATCH)
    One night after sabotaging his teammates and humiliating the Raw brand at WWE Bragging Rights, Big Show had the audacity to not only appear in front of the Raw faithful inside the HSBC Arena, he also had the nerve to boast about it.

    The World’s Largest Athlete, with his Unified Tag Team Championship partner and Team SmackDown co-captain Chris Jericho at his side, crowed that he was proud of attacking his teammates. When Jericho congratulated him on being a loyal Superstar, however, Show informed his partner that his loyalty remains solely to himself, that his betrayal wasn’t to benefit SmackDown, it was to earn him the No. 1 contender position for the World Heavyweight Title, which SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long granted.

    Jericho took issue with Show’s flash of independence but was cut short when Raw special guest hosts, NASCAR’s Kyle Busch and Joey Logano, roared into the arena. The two raced their cars to the stage, entered the squared circle and proceeded to take sides. Busch told Show he sympathized with his stance, while Logano questioned how the 7-footer could betray his teammates.

    Before the two were through, Logano had arranged a match between Show and the man he sucker-punched the night before, Triple H. For his part, Busch had set up a match between Jericho and the man he pinned less than 24 hours prior, Kofi Kingston.

    Monday Night Raw 26.10.09









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    BIG NEWS: Hulk Hogan Joins TNA Wrestling


    “Hulkamania” is back! The biggest name in professional wrestling history, Hulk Hogan, is joining Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling (TNA), the fastest rising wrestling organization in the world and home to one of cable television’s highest rated shows for young men, TNA iMPACT! The announcement was made today by TNA Wrestling in conjunction with Spike TV at a press conference held in New York City.

    “Hulk Hogan is one of the world’s top pop culture icons and the biggest superstar in the history of professional wrestling. We are truly excited to welcome him into the TNA family,” said Dixie Carter, President of TNA Wrestling. “Our goal is to become the world’s biggest professional wrestling company. Hulk defines professional wrestling and we look forward to partnering with him in a variety of ways as we continue to grow TNA globally.”

    “I’m thrilled to be jumping back into the world of professional wrestling,” said Hogan. “My fans have been asking me to return to the business for many years on a full time basis, but the timing or the opportunity has never been right until now. TNA Wrestling is a great company with an already excellent fan base, business and broadcast partner. I firmly believe now is the time for some change at TNA as they are positioned to jump to the next level in their development and I’m here to work with Dixie to help make that a reality.”

    Through Hogan’s partnership with Bischoff Hervey Entertainment Television, the deal with TNA was negotiated by longtime Hogan colleague Eric Bischoff. Additionally, BHE TV has inked a first-look deal with TNA and will be working with the organization to develop new programming extensions of the TNA brand.

    “Hulk Hogan adds yet another level of star power that positions TNA iMPACT as Spike TV’s version of ‘Must-See TV’ on Thursday nights,” said Kevin Kay, president of Spike.

    Hogan most recently penned an autobiography with Mark Dagostino, “My Life Outside The Ring” with St. Martin’s Press.

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    News and notes from WWE Bragging Rights


    News and notes from WWE Bragging Rights

    ECW champion Christian defeated Paul Burchill in the WWE Bragging Rights PPV dark match in Pittsburgh, PA. It was said to be a good match.

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    Uitslagen Bragging Rights

    WWE bragging rights begins with a video package highlighting the main feuds heading into tonight’s PPV.

    Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and Todd Grisham welcome us to the show. Apparently the winner of two out of three of the brand matches will win a Bragging Rights trophy. Miz’s music hits, and one of the inter-promotional matches will be kicking us off tonight.

    Match #1: Unites States Champion The Miz vs. Intercontinental Champion John Morrison

    We get a video package between entrances, showing the history between these two men. Miz comes out first and gets a lot of boos. John Morrison is out next to a nice reception from the crowd. Jericho and team Smackdown are shown in the back watching on the monitor, followed by Team Raw watching too. Morrison and Miz jaw at each other for a bit before locking up and starting out with some chain wrestling. Miz makes it to the ropes when Morrison gets an advantage, forcing a break. The two lock back up and Morrison quickly takes Miz down again. Morrison locks in an arm bar, but Miz fights out, he quickly falls victim to a fireman’s carry from Morrison though. Morrison hits a pair of shoulder blocks and locks in a headlock, tossing Miz into the corner. Miz bails to the outside to a ton of heat from the crowd.

    Miz makes his way back into the ring and he kicks Morrison in the midsection before taking him over into a side headlock. Morrison fights his way out, but Miz comes back with a shoulder block. Morrison connects with a hot shot before hitting a big standing shooting star press. Morrison goes for the pin but he can only get two. Miz backs Morrison into the corner and starts pounding down on him before sending Morrison to the outside.

    Miz tries to bring Morrison back in with a suplex but Morrison comes in with a roll up instead. Miz goes for a knee lift but Morrison fights out and clotheslines Miz over the top rope. Morrison leaps through the ropes with a big kick that sends Miz to the floor. Morrison sends Miz into the ring and goes for the quick cover, but Miz kicks out at two. Morrison goes for a headscissors, but Miz throws him down to the arena floor instead.

    Morrison makes his way back into the ring where he quickly falls victim to a side slam. Miz goes for the cover but he can only get two. Miz buries his knee in Morrison’s back and yanks back on his arm, trying for a submission, but Morrison fights his way out with a modified mule kick. Miz sends Morrison into the corner and hits the big clothesline before pulling hitting Morrison with a big running knee to the head. Miz locks in a sleeper hold and Morrison tries to fight out.

    Morrison fights his way out and scores a couple of quick roll ups, but Miz is able to kick out at two. Morrison and Miz trade kicks and strikes with Morrison getting the advantage with a running forearm. Morrison connects with a big leg lariat and goes for the pin, but Miz kicks out. Miz scores a quick roll up, but again he can’t keep Morrison down. Morrison pounds on Miz until the ref breaks it up. Miz tries for a clothesline, but he misses and walks right into a springboard kick. Morrison goes for the pin but Miz gets his foot on the rope.

    Morrison goes for Starship Pain, but Miz bails to the floor where he eats a corkscrew plancha from Morrison. Morrison throws Miz back into the ring and goes for the pin but Miz is still able to kick out. Morrison puts Miz on the top turnbuckle and he goes for a superplex but Miz is able to knock him back to the mat. Miz connects with a double ax handle to the head. Miz goes for the SCF, but Morrison fights out and hits a reverse Russian leg sweep. Morrison goes for Starship Pain, but Mix sweeps his legs out from under him, goes for the pin, and the ref counts to three.

    Winner: The Miz by pinfall

    We get an update on the situation in Team Smackdown where R-Truth, Matt Hardy, Finlay and the Hart Foundation qualified for Team Smackdown over the old team. They compare the two teams heading into tonight’s match.

    Cody Rhodes is backstage saying that it’s pretty much going to be a clean sweep for Team Raw. R-Truth tells him to hold up. Rhodes says that unlike R-Truth, he was able to win his first qualifier, but Truth is a second rate competitor on a second rate team. R-Truth says that the truth is that Cody’s dad is the only reason on Raw. He says he wouldn’t be surprised if Cody makes a name for himself by being the one pinned tonight. Big Show is behind Truth, he accuses him of taking cheap shots. Show says he’s learned a lot from Jericho, but that’s not how they do things on Raw. Show says that Raw will let their actions speak for themselves.

    Match #2: RAW Divas vs. SmackDown Divas
    Divas Champion Melina, Kelly Kelly and Gail Kim vs. Women’s Champion Michelle McCool, Beth Phoenix and Natalya


    Team Smackdown is out first, followed by Team Raw, and both teams get fairly decent reactions from the crowd.

    Beth Phoenix and Gail Kim start out things for their respective teams with Beth showing her power right off the bat. Kim is able to use her quickness to score a roll up, but she falls victim to an immediate clothesline. McCool tags in and goes to work on Kim, but she eats a hurricarana and goes back to her corner to tag in Natalya. Natalya takes down Beth with a couple of quick forearms and a big body slam, but she misses the elbow and a charge into the corner, leaving her open for a modified spear.

    Kelly tags into the match and hits a big headscissors on Natalya, before getting hung up on the top rope by Natalya. Natalya goes for the pin but she can only get two. She backs Kelly up into her team’s corner before distracting the ref, allowing her teammates to work over Kelly. Kelly fights out, but McCool tags herself in and stomps away at her. McCool backs her up into the corner again and tags in Phoenix who hits a snap mare and goes for the pin, getting two. Phoenix locks in a modified chin lock, but Kelly is able to fight out, although she can’t make a tag.

    McCool makes her way back in and dominates Kelly, slamming her down to the mat before hitting a big knee life. Beth tags herself in and slams Kelly’s head into the corner, but Kelly is able to hit a quick hurricana and a near fall. Kelly is finally able to make the tag to Melina who comes in and cleans house on Beth Phoenix, hitting a big dropkick and a drop toe hold into the ropes. Beth hits Melina with a suplex but Melina turns it into a roll up. McCool flips it over, but it’s only good for two.

    Beth connects with an implant buster type maneuver on Melina, and pins her for the three count.

    Winners: Smackdown Divas by pinfall

    DX is shown backstage watching the monitor. They say that they have to win their match tonight. Swagger interrupts and says does it really matter, the team is better because they have him. Michaels says that Swagger needs to learn respect. Hunter says as a team, Raw shouldn’t even be able to get along. They talk about Mark Henry’s relationship with Mae Young, shoving McMahon into Big Show’s ass, and exposing Kingston as a fake Jamaican. HBK says if Swagger wants to walk out on the team, he can, and HBK will replace him with the first person he sees. Hornswoggle walks into the picture and Micheals says maybe not. Triple H says tonight is bigger than a match, it about honor and pride. Hunter says they have to win tonight, so he needs to know if his team is ready. Micheals puts his hand in the middle and everyone else follows. They all say Raw together, and it’s a very heartwarming moment. Kinda like the Mighty Ducks.

    Match #3: Four-Way Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
    World Hvt. Champion The Undertaker vs. C.M. Punk vs. Batista vs. Rey Mysterio


    Batista is out first to a huge pop from the crowd. CM Punk is out to a somewhat mixed reaction. Not a lot of people are cheering for him, but a small contingent is. He talks smack to Batista before laughing in his face. Undertaker’s gong hits, the lights go out, and the crowd goes nuts. CM Punk looks concerned and he whispers something in the referee’s ear as the Undertaker makes his way out. The crowd goes wild when he steps out onto the stage. We get the formal introductions for everyone as they all stare each other down in their own corner of the ring.

    Punk jumps Mysterio at the bell before bailing to the outside. He comes back into the ring where he forces the Undertaker to hit Batista with a clothesline. Punk pounds on Undertaker in the corner for a bit, but his advantage doesn’t last long before the Undertaker throws him over the top rope to the outside, where Mysterio hits a seated senton. Batista and Undertaker square off for a bit with Undertaker coming out on top. Undertaker then quickly dispatches Mysterio with a big boot before working over Batista’s arm. Taker connects with old school on Batista and turns his attention to Mysterio for another old school, but he gets sent down by Punk.

    Punk tries for a superplex, but Taker fights him off for a bit, Punk eventually connects and Mysterio goes for a quick cover but Punk breaks it up. Batista comes back into the match, hitting a huge slam on Punk but he quickly falls victim to a big boot from Taker. Mysterio tries for a hurricarana on Taker but Taker catches him. Taker goes for the last ride but Batista connects with a spear. Mysterio goes for the cover but Taker sets him up for the chokeslam. Batista and Rey Mysterio hit a 619/spinebuster combo, but CM Punk breaks up Batista’s pin attempt.

    Punk connects with a go to sleep on Mysterio but Batista breaks it up. Undertaker locks in Hell’s gate on Batista out of nowhere but CM Punk breaks it up and pounds away at Taker. Punk stomps away on Batista before connecting with his running knee in the corner on Taker. Taker holds on though and hits the last ride on Punk, but Batista breaks up the pin.

    Batista and Taker square off with big right hands, Batista gets the best of it, but Taker connects with a big chokeslam out of nowhere. He goes for the pin but Punk breaks it up again. Punk picks up Taker and starts to pound away at him, but Taker goes for the chokeslam. Punk kicks away at his knees to break it up, but Taker sends Punk to the outside over the top rope. Taker signals for the tombstone and he gets Batista up, but Batista fights out and connects with the Batista bomb, but Mysterio breaks it up and goes for a cover of his own. Batista and Mysterio argue, and Batista shoves Rey down to the outside. Undertaker connects with a chokeslam on Batista and he goes for the pin but Batista kicks out.

    Taker goes for another chokeslam but Batista fights out and both men his simultaneous clotheslines. Punk sneaks in and goes for a pin on both men but both kick out at two. Punk gets frustrated and allows for time for Batista to send him to the outside. Batista catches Mysterio and he throws his to the outside on top of Punk. Batista turns around straight into a tombstone from Taker. Taker pins Batista and the ref counts three.

    Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: The Undertaker


    Josh Matthews is in the ring after the match and he asks Mysterio how it feels to come so close to winning the World Championship. Mysterio says that he and Batista did their best to help each other out, he apologizes to Batista and gives him a hug. Mysterio says they were both close, but it didn’t work out tonight. Matthews asked at what point he felt the match slip away from him. Mysterio says whatever happened happened and tomorrow is another day. Matthews asks Batista how he’s feeling. Batista asks Rey and the fans if they think they were close. Batista says he doesn’t think they were close, he thinks he was close, and that he’s tired of coming this close. He also says he thinks he’s tired of his best friend stabbing him in the back. Batista says he’s not playing, he says he’s going to rip his head off. Batista drops the mic and stares down Mysterio before hitting a nasty lariat. Batista sends Rey out to the floor, where he follows stomping away and screaming at him. Batista screams in Rey’s face while Mysterio pleads with him to stop. Batista launches Mysterio into the ringside barricade and the ref is in to stop things. Batista attacks quickly again with another vicious clothesline and he leaves Rey lying.

    We get a video package of fan opinions of who is going to win in the big tag match tonight, it’s pretty split, but it seems a bit more heavy for Team Raw.

    14-Man Team Raw vs. Team Smackdown Bragging Rights match
    Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Cody Rhodes, Kofi Kingston, Jack Swagger, Big Show, and Mark Henry vs. Chris Jericho, Kane, Finlay, Matt Hardy, R-Truth, DH Smith & Tyson Kidd


    DX’s music hits and Hunter and Shawn make their way out to the ring first for their team. to a huge pop from the crowd. The Raw music hits and the rest of the team make their way out to the ring (way to make everyone seem equal, huh?).

    Chris Jericho’s music hits and he makes his way to the bottom of the ramp where he waits for his co-captain Kane. One major difference between Team Raw and Team Smackdown is that at least the captains of Team Smackdown are wearing their shirts prominently. Smackdown’s music hits and the rest of the team makes their way down the ramp.

    All 14 men square off in the ring and the referee holds the Bragging Rights trophy high. Cody Rhodes and R-Truth are going to start things off for their respective teams. Cody hits Truth with a quick kick and it quickly devolves into a fight. Truth hits a big back kick, but he gets caught with a big back elbow and Rhodes and Truth fight on the ground for a bit. Big Show tags in.

    Kane tags in for Smackdown and the big men square off. Kane starts things off with some strikes and a kick, he avoids a Big Show splash in the corner and hits a lariat, but he falls victim to a big shoulder block and a leg drop from Show. Show tags in Swagger who comes in and works over Kane while talking smack. Kane comes back with a big right hand and tags in Matt Hardy. Hardy comes in and smashes Swagger’s head into the turnbuckle and hitting a big lariat. Hardy tries for a suplex but Swagger fights out. Hardy pulls Swagger’s shirt up and pounds away at him, hitting a big boot and following it up with a second rop leg drop.

    Swagger bails to the floor and Hardy follows hitting a big lariat. all 14 men square off on the floor and the ref tries to keep things separate. Hardy and Swagger make their way back into the ring where Swagger works over Hardy’s arm with a single arm DDT. Swagger tags in Henry, who comes in and pounds on Hardy in the corner before continuing to work over Hardy’s arm. Henry hits a big head butt on Hardy, but when he tries for an elbow drop, Hardy rolls out of the way. Hardy can’t make the tag though before Henry flings him back across the ring and tags in Michaels.

    Michaels chops away at Hardy before sending him into the corner. HBK sends Hardy into the ropes, but he falls victim to a kick and a side effect from Hardy. Hardy makes his way to his corner and tags in Finlay who comes in and quickly slams Michaels down to the mat. Michaels fights back though, but not for long as Finlay sends him hard into the corner. Finlay connects with a short arm clothesling and a quick European uppercut before pounding away at HBK in the corner. Micheals sends Finlay into the corner but Finlay turns around and both men crack heads and go down.

    Both men get to their feet at the same time, but HBK hits sweet chin music. Smith makes a blind tag and they hit the Hart attack and go for a quick pin but HBK kicks out. Smith tags in Jericho who smirks and throws his shirt in Michaels’ face. Jericho locks in a modified sleeper but HBK is quick to fight back. He fights his way out of the hold and he rolls up Jericho, but he falls victim to a quick lariat.

    Jericho stomps on Micheals and tags in Kane who comes in and hits a low kick to HBK’s face. Kane goes for the pin but Micheals kicks out at two. Kane punches Michaels in the face before tagging in Smith, who locks in a sleeper. The crowd gets behind Micheals, who makes his way to his eet and fights out of the hold, but Smith quickly retaliates with a side belly to back suplex, which is good for another near fall. Smith slams Michaels down and tags in Kidd, who goes for a springboard elbow drop, but he misses. Michaels is able to make the tag to HHH who comes in and cleans house on the Hart Dynasty and Finlay with a couple of big spinebusters. He turns right around though into a big chokeslam from Kane.

    Kidd pins Hunter, but Triple H kicks out at two. Both men go for their corners. Kidd tags in Jericho who comes in and hits a bull dog on Hunter. Jericho goes for a lionsault but Hunter rolls out of the way. Hunter tags in Kingston who comes in and works over Jericho with a big dropkick, lariat and boom drop. Jericho blocks the boom drop though and almost locks in the walls of Jericho but Kofi fights out and is able to connect with trouble in paradise. The Hart Dynasty comes in to break up the pin and things begin to break down. All 14 men are fighting. Swagger hits his gut-wrench powerbomb, but he falls victim to a big boot from Kane, who falls victim to a spear from Big Show. Kofi goes up top and Big Show grabs him by the throat and hits a big chokeslam. Show hits the knockout punch on Hunter and leaves the ring.
    Jericho pins Kingston, and gets the win for his team.

    Winners: Team Smackdown by pinfall


    Smackdown celebrates with the trophy after the match. They all hand it around to each other.

    Kingston is shown backstage where he’s blamed by Rhodes, who calls him a weak link. Rhodes attacks Kingston and throws him into the wall.

    Match #5: Iron Man Match for the WWE Championship:
    WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. John Cena
    * No DQ or Countout – Cena must leave Raw if he loses


    A video package is shown with highlights from all the matches these two men have been in with each other.

    Randy Orton is out first to a surprisingly warm reception from the crowd. He makes his way (very slowly) to the ring. Cena is out next, to a very nice reception from this crowd. He runs down to the ring where he poses for the fans. We get formal introductions for both men, and this time around both men get a fair share of love and boos from the crowd.

    Cena and Orton and lock up, Cena goes for an arm bar and turns it into a side headlock. Orton backs Cena up into the corner where he fights out of the hold and pounds down on Cena. Orton locks in a side headlock of his own, taking Cena down to the mat. Cena is quick to fight out, sending Orton into the ropes. Cena hits a big hip toss, but he’s sent into the corner by Orton.

    Orton stomps away at Cena in the corner, but he takes too much time and he’s sent into the opposite corner by Cena. Cena goes for a bull dog but Orton launches him across the ring instead. Orton stomps away at Cena on the mat before rearing back and punching him square in the face.

    q Orton takes his time and stares at Cena for a little while, which leads to him falling victim to the STF. Orton taps out quickly, and the first fall goes to Cena.

    Orton – 0 : Cena – 1


    Both men square off with right hands and Orton gets the advantage with a scoop slam. Orton kicks at Cena’s shoulder before blatantly choking him. Orton continues to wear down Cena, stomping away at him. Orton sends Cena to the apron and suplexes him back into the ring. He goes for the pin, but Cena is able to kick out at two. Orton locks in a rear chin lock and takes Cena down to the mat.

    Cena is able to get back to his feet, but Orton clamps down and Cena alls back to the mat. Cena looks to be fading, but he once again is able to make his way back to his feet. Cena fights out of the hold this time, and he’s able to kick Orton in the midsection and hit a quick blockbuster. Cena goes up to the top rope and connects with the leg drop to the back of Orton’s neck.

    Cena goes for the five knuckle shuffle, but when he turns around he’s surprised by an RKO from Orton. Orton pins Cena and gets the three.

    Orton – 1 : Cena – 1


    Orton sends Cena to the floor and he follows out. Orton slams Cena’s head into the steel stairs before dragging him over to the announce table area. He slams Cena’s head into the apron and begins disassembling the announce table. Orton grabs a monitor and he whacks Cena in the skull. Orton goes for the pin but Cena kicks out.

    Orton sends Cena back into the ring and he goes for a mic. Orton hits Cena square in the head and he goes for another pin but Cena is able to kick out again. Cena is actually busted open on the top of his head and Orton punches away at the wound. The ref tries to get the medic to check out Cena’s cut and they stop the clock, but Cena attacks Orton and the clock starts again. Cena launches Orton over the top rope and to the floor. He follows out and slams Ortons head into the steel stairs, but Orton is able to reverse an Irish whip and send Cena into the stairs. Orton goes for the cover but Cena kicks out.

    Orton starts to stalk Cena and looks to be setting up for the RKO,but when he goes for it, Cena pushes him off and hits a duo of shoulder blocks and a side belly to back suplex. Cena fires himself up and connects with the five knuckle shuffle. Cena goes for the AA, but Orton counters into the RKO. Both men’s shoulders are down and both have an arm across each other, and the ref counts three for both men.

    Orton – 2 : Cena – 2


    The medics continue to check on Cena and he tries to wave them off, but they insist on toweling the blood of Cena’s head. Orton charges Cena when the match starts again but Cena avoids it and Orton’s shoulder connects with the steel ring post. Cena puts Orton on the top turnbuckle and he looks to be going for a second rope AA, he connects, and both men are down. Cena is able to cover Orton, and the ref counts to three.

    Orton – 2 : Cena – 3

    Legacy run down to the ring where they assault John Cena, beating him down. Dibiase connects with the dream street and the drag Orton on top of Cena. The ref counts three and that’s another fall. Kofi Kingston runs down to the ring with a chair and chases off Legacy.

    Orton – 3 : Cena – 3

    Cena starts the next fall off with a quick high knee and both men are down. Cena takes Orton down to the mat and he starts to pound on him but Orton bails to the floor. Cena follows out and he slams Orton’s head into the guardrail. Cena and Orton fight up the ramp, with Cena throwing right hands all the way. Cena sends Orton into another guard rail on the other side of the ramp, but the third time Cena tries, Orton counters and sends Cena in instead.

    Orton goes for a pin but Cena is able to kick out at two. Both men fight over into the tech area. Orton slams Cena’s head into some controls and some of the pyro on the entrance ramp goes off. Orton sends Cena into some of the set lighting and there’s a big hokey explosion. Orton pulls Cena back out and goes for the cover, the ref counts to three.

    Orton – 4 : Cena – 3

    Orton goes back over to the pyro controls and he starts pressing random buttons. He follows Cena to the top of the stage, but he grabs a chair first, making sure to whack Cena upon catching up to him. Orton drags Cena over the pyro strip, and goes back to the controls. Orton presses down on the button, but it doesn’t work, so he slams down on the controls and sets off a whole load of other pyro.

    Cena apparently rolled out of the way of the pyro and Orton is livid. Orton pounds on Cena and beats him back down the ramp, stopping at the half-way point to pound on the top of Cena’s head. Orton hits a big European uppercut and pounds on Cena. Orton launches Cena into the steel ring steps with an Irish whip.

    Cena makes his way to his feet, but Orton sends him right back down with another punch. Orton picks up some of the stairs and he throws them straight at Cena’s head. Cena’s able to get his hands up though, and when Orton goes for the pin, Cena is able to kick out at two. Orton looks to be getting frustrated.

    Orton punches away at Cena, putting him down on the ground and trying to wear away at Cena. Orton grabs another chair and he whacks Cena across the back. Orton goes for a pin but Cena is able to kick out at one. Orton sends Cena back into the ring.

    Orton picks Cena up, but Cena is able to lock in a small package. Orton won’t break for the interval and he pounds away at Cena instead. The ref is able to break it up and Orton bails to the outside.

    Orton – 4 : Cena – 4

    Orton throws a tantrum on the outside, but he’s slow to start at the next fall. He stalks Cena from the outside, pulling him toward the ring apron. Orton gets Cena in DDT position, and he sends Cena crashing down headfirst to the floor. Orton pins Cena and the ref counts to three.

    Orton – 5 : Cena – 4


    Orton goes for another pin, but Cena is able to kick out at two. Orton picks Cena up and sends him back into the ring. Orton stomps away at Cena’s limbs, working him over methodically. Orton locks in a chin lock and pounds on Cena’s chest. He goes for a cover but Cena kicks out at two. Orton hits Cena with another big right hand and Cena falls to his back. Orton goes for a pin but Cena is able to kick out again.

    Cena makes his way back to his feet where Orton is waiting behind him. Orton his yet another big right hand and he goes for the pin, but Cena kicks out at two.

    Orton goes for another big punch, but Cena ducks it and connects with a right hand of his own. Orton bails to the floor and goes all the way up to the top of the entrance ramp.

    Cena follows Orton up the ramp and they meet at the top where Orton kicks Cena and works him over with punches and kicks. Cena is able to fight back and Orton walks back down the ramp and into the ring.

    Cena makes his way back down to the ring, but when he slides into the ring, Orton beats down on him. Orton continues to wear down Cena with some nasty stomps. Cena rolls out to the apron, and Randy Orton sets him up for the rope assisted DDT, but Cena fights out and goes for the AA. Orton fights out of that and bails out into the crowd.

    Cena follows Orton all the way to the top of the stairs of a section and he connects with a garbage can shot. Cena sends Orton head first into a wall, and he stomps away at Orton. Cena punches Orton and Orton stumbles down the stairs away from Cena.

    Orton and Cena slowly make their way back to the ringside area, but the continue to fight in the crowd for a bit. Cena sends Orton back over the guard rail with a hip toss and he goes for a pin, but Orton kicks out at two.

    Cena sends Orton head first into some steel stairs and goes for the cover, but Orton is able to kick out again. Cena beats Orton around the ring and sends him into one of the ringside barricades.

    Cena sends Orton into the barricade again and Orton is down on the ground. Cena picks Orton up, and he sends him through one of the barricades, just absolutely launching Orton.

    Orton positions one of the sets of stairs next to the announce table. Cena picks up another set of stairs and he rams them straight into Orton’s head. Cena hangs on to the stairs, setting them on top of the other stairs he already put next to the table.

    Cena dead lifts Orton up into body slam position and quickly tosses him up on his shoulders into AA position. Cena climbs the stairs that he just set up and hits the AA on Orton through the announce table and the crowd goes nuts. Cena pins Orton and the ref counts three.

    Orton – 5 : Cena – 5

    Cena goes for another pin as soon as possible, but Orton is able to kick out at two and Cena looks shocked. Cena begins looking under the ring and he grabs a table. Cena slides the table into the ring, where he sets it up in the middle of the ring.

    Cena picks Orton up to his feet, but Orton can’t stand. Cena carries Orton and rolls him back into the ring. Cena lays Orton down on the table. Cena goes up to the top rope and he dives off with a leg drop, but Orton is able to roll out of the way and Cena crashes through the table.

    Both men are very slow to get up. Orton punches Cena from his knees, and Cena retaliates. They continue to trade punches, but both seem exhausted. Both men are back to their feet, and they continue to punch away at each other.

    Cena gets in a flurry of strikes and he connects with one shoulder block, but when he goes for another he connects with the ref. Cena is distracted and when he turns around Orton hits a big RKO. Orton calls another ref down and he goes for the cover but Cena kicks out at two.

    Orton is upset and he attacks the other ref, sending him down to the mat. Orton appears to be extremely upset. Orton backs up and sets up for the punt, but Cena avoids it and is able to counter with the STF. Orton tries to make it to the ropes and he looks up at the scoreboard.

    Orton is finally forced to tap with four seconds on the clock and John Cena ekes out another fall.

    Orton – 5 : Cena – 6

    Winner and NEW WWE Champion: John Cena


    Cena poses with the title for a bit in the ring and the announcer recap some of the bigger spots in the match. Cena makes his way to the top of the ramp, and walks out tall with the title over his shoulder. The PPV ends with Orton shown recovering in the ring.

    Thanks to everybody who joined us for our live coverage of WWE’s Bragging Rights!

    WWE: Bragging Rights 2009



















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    Cena moest tijdens wedstrijd gehecht worden

    During last night’s Iron Man match at Bragging Rights, a spot where John Cena got busted open caused a lot of commotion backstage.

    The incident happened when Randy Orton hit Cena with the corner of a microphone. Vince McMahon ordered Cena to be cleaned up immediately after seeing the blood. WWE’s John Laurinaitis along with trainers rushed to ringside to clean him up, as WWE currently has a very strict “no blood” policy as part of their TV-PG programming initiative.

    With their first attempt, Cena wasn’t aware what they intended to do so he played babyface and mounted offence against Randy Orton. The cut was finally glued shut and cleaned up after the next fall.

    Cena and Orton were scheduled to work among the crowd and WWE wanted to ensure there was no health issue with a bloody wrestler among fans. If it were to have happened, the issue would have been taken seriously by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission and likely used as more ammunition against Linda McMahon’s senate campaign.

    As the blood was unplanned, WWE decided to stop the clock during the bout as it wasn’t known how long the clean up operation on Cena would take.

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    HBK GAAT NOG ENKELE JAREN DOOR

    Shawn Michaels has no plans of retiring any soon. The Heartbreak Kid is likely to continue wrestling on a regular basis for another 2-3 years and is not giving the impression that his retirement is imminent, according to prowrestling.net.

    Michaels currently works a lighter schedule than most of the WWE roster (he doesn’t appear on all house show events) and that schedule may be scaled back even further in the next year or so.

    It is believed that when the time does come for Michaels to call it quits, he will receive a spectacular sendoff similar to that of Ric Flair’s when he retired. Michaels has spent almost his entire career with WWE and is one of the few WWE superstars to never jump to WCW. He’s been one of Vince McMahon’s favorite performers for a long time and it’s possible his sendoff will be even bigger than Flair’s.

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    Candice michelle heeft op 1 november groot nieuws

    – Former WWE Diva Candice Michelle said she will be releasing “some big news” on November 1, 2009 on her official website, www.CandiceMichelle.com.

    “It is very exciting news and it will be released on my official website, Candicemichelle.com so stay tuned, let your imaginations run wild, and check back on the 1st!”

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    Ashley Returns To The Ring
    interviewing with TC
    According to her Twitter account, Ashley Massaro has been in Mexico City the past few days hosting Playboy’s Latin America Anniversary Party. During her stay south of the border, she made her first appearance in a wrestling ring since her departure from World Wrestling Entertainment at a CMLL television taping in Arena México

    Bekijk de andere foto's hier
    http://twitpic.com/photos/ashleymassaro99 

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