Dolph Ziggler def. Chavo Guerrero and MVP (Triple Threat Match) Curt Hawkins & Vance Archer def. Matt Hardy & Christian Drew McIntyre def. Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston (Non-Title Match) “Dashing” Cody Rhodes def. JTG Big Show vs. Jack Swagger (Double Count-out)
ATLANTA – An incensed Big Show made it his personal mission to punish Jack Swagger for his unrelenting attacks perpetrated both on himself and on World Champion Rey Mysterio. Though “The All-American American” ultimately escaped the wrath of his gigantic attacker, he soon found that he could not elude the uncontrollable fury of Kane.
Big Show vs. Jack Swagger ended in a Double Count-out (PHOTOS | WATCH) Big Show went into his rematch with Jack Swagger seeking major retribution – both for the ankle lock he suffered during their match two weeks ago and for two separate ankle attacks that Swagger carried out on World Champion Rey Mysterio. In the culmination of his brutal onslaught on “The All-American American,” The World’s Largest Athlete ignored the official’s count, chasing Swagger outside the ring and up to the top of the steel ramp. However, once cornered, Swagger used quick thinking to turn things around, carrying out another swift assault on Big Show’s ankle before making his escape.
However, as Swagger made his hasty exit, he was suddenly snatched up by the irate Kane. The Big Red Monster dragged Swagger into a horrific-looking room, accusing his prey of attacking The Undertaker over Memorial Day Weekend. Next week, Swagger must prove his innocence or suffer the full rage of the frightening Superstar. (WATCH)
Team Lay-Cool attacked No. 1 Contender Kelly Kelly Moments after the WWE Universe learned that Kelly Kelly will challenge Layla for the Women’s Championship at Money in the Bank (Match preview), the dynamic Diva was attacked by the Women’s Champion and the self-professed “co-Women’s Champion” Michelle McCool.
“Dashing” Cody Rhodes def. JTG (PHOTOS | WATCH) In his hometown of Atlanta, Cody Rhodes overcame JTG in a hard-fought battle. The handsome Superstar proved he’s not just another pretty face, hitting the devastating Cross Rhodes to silence his electrifying opponent.
CM Punk forgave Serena; Luke Gallows walked out(PHOTOS | WATCH) Though CM Punk chose to forgive his Straight Edge Society disciple Serena for disobeying him one week ago – when she revealed footage of her falling off the wagon to stop Kane’s attack on The S.E.S. – Luke Gallows refused to follow suit. Though Punk overrode his objections, the “Sin-Free Soldier’s” defiance was noticeable when he walked out on his fellow Society members.
Drew McIntyre def. Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston in a Non-Title Match to qualify for the SmackDown Money in the Bank Ladder Match (PHOTOS | WATCH) After ramming Kofi Kingston into the unforgiving steel ring cables, Drew McIntytre hit the Future Shock DDT to triumph over the Intercontinental Champion and claim the final spot in the SmackDown Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
Curt Hawkins & Vance Archer def. Matt Hardy & Christian (PHOTOS | WATCH) After Christian stunned the WWE Universe by throwing Matt Hardy over the top rope and out onto the hard floor – payback for Hardy attacking him on “The Peep Show” last week – Hawkins & Archer quickly capitalized on the opponents’ tag team disintegration. As Captain Charisma made his premature departure, Archer slammed Hardy to the canvas, setting Hawkins up for the “Heat-Seeking Elbow” and the victory.
Jack Swagger assaulted World Champion Rey Mysterio (WATCH) While Rey Mysterio was still recovering from Jack Swagger’s assault one week ago, “The All-American American” burst into the trainer’s room and once again locked in his ruthless ankle lock. After dragging his Money in the Bank adversary all the way down the hallway, Swagger presented the broken Mysterio to the WWE Universe. By the time, Big Show came to the aid of The Master of the 619, the damage had already been done.
Dolph Ziggler qualified for the SmackDown Money in the Bank Ladder Match (PHOTOS | WATCH) In a whirlwind Triple Threat Match against Chavo Guerrero and Dolph Ziggler, MVP seemed close to victory after hitting the Play of the Day on the self-proclaimed “Mexican Warrior.” However, before the official could count to three, SmackDown Official Consultant Vickie Guerrero yanked him out of the ring. As The Franchise Playa disputed her actions, Dolph Ziggler locked in the sleeper hold to score the huge victory and qualify for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
Drew McIntyre apologized to SmackDown GM Theodore Long: Teddy got payback (PHOTOS | WATCH) Drew McIntyre returned from Scotland with his citizenship issues resolved, only to find his “meal ticket” Mr. McMahon was still out of action. Theodore Long wasted no time getting retribution for the humiliating treatment he suffered at the hands of McIntyre several weeks ago. To the delight of the WWE Universe, he made the “Chosen One” get on his hands and knees and beg the GM for an opportunity to compete in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. Only then did Long inform McIntyre that in order for him to qualify, he would have to defeat Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston. Pay-Per-View Schedules
- A video package will air on tonight's Friday Night SmackDown that introduces a new WWE Diva to the main roster. It's speculated that the new Diva is WWE developmental talent AJ Lee. Lee was on the road with WWE a few weeks back.
Update on HHH's injury; Will he miss Summerslam? Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 07/08/2010 at 09:09 PM
According to Dave Meltzer, the surgery performed this week on Triple H was to repair a torn muscle tendon in his arm. The word is that he suffered this injury during his time off. It's expected that he will be out of action for several months, which means he probably won't be able to make his scheduled return at Summerslam.
It opened with Mr. Anderson and Jeff Hardy with them talking about the errant chair shot at the end of the show "last week."
A.J. Styles DCOR Kazarian - Ric Flair then announced he's signed Styles & Kazarian to be a team at Victory Road and told them they had to work together
Angelina Love b Daffney - She then challenged Madison Rayne. They added stips for the Victory Road match. If Love loses, she must retire. If Velvet Sky or Lacey Von Erich interfere and cause a DQ, then Rayne loses the title
Devon called out Bubba Dudley. Bubba came out insulting Jesse Neal. They announced a three-way with Bubba vs. Devon vs. Neal for Victory Road
RVD b Samoa Joe. After the match, Joe laid out the referee with a muscle buster
Jeremy Buck b Douglas Williams in an Ultimate X match
Matt Morgan & Beer Money b Motor City Machine Guns & Hernandez
Jay Lethal cut a promo and then Ric Flair came out and insulted Lethal's mother
Jeff Hardy b Mr. Anderson. Abyss laid out both of them after the match. RVD came out but Abyss laid him out as well. Finally, all three attacked Abyss and RVD used the Van Daminator on Abyss
- Several people are raving about NXT 2 Rookie Husky Harris, the son of WWE Hall of Famer Mike "IRS" Rotundo, even though they don't like his name. The comparison has been made of him being like a young Dusty Rhodes, in the sense that he has a bad looking body but he's quick and athletic. Husky is considered by many as the standout of this NXT season and has a lot of supporters within the company.
- As noted before, R-Truth was pulled from the Money in the Bank match because of the recent groin injury that he suffered. The latest word on Truth is that he will need either surgery or extensive rehab. Apparently the injury is more serious than originally believed.
- The recent reports that Vince McMahon has banned "Ric Flair chops" are almost true. Sources say that the chops were actually banned after Shawn Michaels retired and before that, they were banned for everyone except for Michaels. McMahon does have a problem with the "Whooo" reactions that the chops get from fans. Yoshi Tatsu, who may not have gotten the word, did the Flair chops before RAW in Nashville this week and they got the same reaction from fans.
Carlito talks about not being happy in WWE Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 07/06/2010 at 09:31 PM
Thanks to Mike Aldren of the Wrestling Globe Newsletter for the following recap:
Carlito did an interview with Arda Ocal on the Right After Wrestling radio show. He talked about suffering from depression blamed on being miserable while working for WWE mostly during the past three years. He said he had no qualms about his release because he had asked repeatedly to be let go for a long time. He said he was frustrated creatively and felt he was held back because he spoke his mind and didn't play politics. He said he loves the business and still has a passion for it, but working here drained that passion out of him. He noted that he's looking forward to working some upcoming indy shows and having fun again. He said he wants to apologise to anyone he may have upset over the past three years because he was in a dark place in his life.
Yoshi Tatsu & Gail Kim def. Primo & Jillian Zack Ryder def. Goldust Chris Masters def. Caylen Croft in a Master Lock Challenge Women’s Champion Layla & Michelle McCool def. Kelly Kelly & Tiffany
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Women’s Champion Layla & Michelle McCool def. Kelly Kelly & Tiffany (PHOTOS | WATCH) Kelly Kelly has scored victories over Layla and Michelle McCool in recent weeks, but tonight she took on both of the self-proclaimed co-Women’s Champions with her pal Tiffany watching her back. As expected, both the SmackDown beauties brought all of their spunk and athleticism to the ring, but Team Lay-Cool’s mean streak was too much for the beautiful Divas to overcome. With the referee distracted, McCool illegally nailed Kelly with a brutal kick to the head, allowing Layla to score a tainted victory for Simply Flawless.
Chris Masters def. Caylen Croft in a Master Lock Challenge (PHOTOS | WATCH) Few Superstars have been able to break Chris Masters’ punishing Master Lock, but that didn’t stop SmackDown’s Caylen Croft from stepping up to the Master Lock Challenge. After taking a seat in the middle of the ring, Croft was willfully placed in The Masterpiece’s devastating hold and struggled to get out to no avail. Although Masters was declared the victory, he had little time to celebrate as he was attacked by Croft’s partner, Trent Barreta, and stomped by both men.
Zack Ryder def. Goldust (PHOTOS | WATCH) It’s been a good summer for Zack Ryder. The beaches are filled with beautiful women, the hot Long Island sun has given him a perfect tan and he has picked up a string of nice victories on “WWE Superstars.” Tonight was no different for the spiky haired Superstar as he nailed the bizarre Goldust with a Rough Ryder to score a big victory.
Yoshi Tatsu & Gail Kim def. Primo & Jillian (PHOTOS | WATCH) With both Superstars and Divas competing in the same bout, tonight’s Mixed Tag Team Match had all the makings of a wild encounter. But when the gorgeous Bella Twins were introduced as the Special Guest Referees, the WWE Universe knew they were getting a contest they wouldn’t forget. Of course, after being defeated by both Bella sisters in recent weeks, Jillian was the only person in the arena who wasn’t happy about the beautiful officials. The tone-deaf Diva showed how upset she was as she viciously battered Gail Kim, but her anger got the better of her when she attacked Nikki & Brie. With her attention off her opponent, Jillian was rolled up by Gail for the 1-2-3.
Michael McGillicutty def. Percy Watson The Miz def. Kaval Husky Harris & Cody Rhodes def. Lucky Cannon & Mark Henry
ATLANTA – With the second NXT Poll just three weeks away, and the chaos-causing Nexus returning to WWE NXT next week, the NXT Rookies continued their quest to make an impression on the WWE Universe and the WWE Pros.
Husky Harris & Cody Rhodes def. Lucky Cannon & Mark Henry (PHOTOS | WATCH) Knowing he must start making a greater impact on Tuesday nights, No. 7 ranked NXT Rookie Husky Harris finally earned a win, thanks to a tag team victory with “Dashing” Cody Rhodes, his WWE Pro. After a Cross Rhodes, the conceited Superstar pinned No. 5 ranked Lucky Cannon, the NXT Rookie he defeated a few weeks ago in a Five-Minute Challenge, as Cannon’s WWE Pro, Mark Henry, could only watch from his corner of the ring. With his tag team win, Harris’ record increased to 1-2, while Cannon’s fell to 1-3. (WATCH: The WWE Pros discuss Husky Harris)
The Miz def. Kaval (PHOTOS | WATCH) United States Champion and WWE Pro The Miz took on No. 1 ranked NXT Rookie Kaval in an intense match on WWE NXT. Kaval impressed with his strong offensive effort, showing off his many martial arts skills. But ultimately it was The Miz who taught the NXT Rookie a lesson, pinning him after a hard-fought match and the Skull-Crushing Finale. With his loss this week, Kaval’s record fell to 1-3.
Michael McGillicutty def. Percy Watson (PHOTOS | WATCH) Hoping to further impress the WWE Universe and the WWE Pros, No. 3 ranked Michael McGillicutty earned a win over fellow NXT Rookie, Percy Watson, who is ranked No. 2. With his WWE Pro, Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston, cheering him on from his corner, third-generation competitor McGillicutty kept on his path to perfection, defeating the always-entertaining Watson, who just won the Talk the Talk Challenge. With this win, McGillicutty upped his perfect record to 4-0, while WWE Universe-pleasing Watson’s dropped to 1-2.
Talk the Talk Challenge (PHOTOS | WATCH) “Showtime” Percy Watson was the first NXT Rookie to take the microphone in the Talk the Talk Challenge, and left the strongest impression on the WWE Universe in Atlanta’s Philips’ Arena, who was judging the contest. Under his topic of “glasses,” Watson told the WWE Universe about his vision and spoke about the importance of being able “to see what you want out of life.” “Showtime” received the most cheers, earning his own one-night-only talk show on next week’s WWE NXT! Pay-Per-View Schedules
Ted DiBiase def. John Morrison Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov def. William Regal & The Great Khali United States Champion The Miz vs. R-Truth ended in a No Contest Evan Bourne & Randy Orton def. Edge & Chris Jericho Divas Champion Alicia Fox def. Eve
NASHVILLE – During The Nexus’ reign of terror, the band of bothers have focused their attacks, managing not to involve the entire Raw roster. This week, however, their actions managed to drag nearly every Raw Superstar into their wicked wake.
During “truce” handshake, John Cena retaliated against Wade Barrett and The Nexus; mystery GM arranged Cena vs. The Nexus in 7-on-1 Handicap Match next week (PHOTOS | WATCH) John Cena is nothing if not a man of his word. That being the case, the seven-time WWE Champion showed up in the ring, as ordered by Raw’s mystery GM, to commence a truce ceremony with The Nexus’s de facto leader, Wade Barrett. While the Brit tried to assure his rival that his group’s attacks weren’t personal, Cena remained understandably skeptical.
But Barrett offered his hand to seal the truce, and Cena finally accepted. When The Nexus boss attempted to pull away, however, he quickly found himself angling for an Attitude Adjustment. Before Cena could lower the guillotine, though, he was attacked by The Nexus’ remaining six members. Just then, Cena’s pals rolled in for the rescue, including Mark Henry, David Hart Smith, Tyson Kidd, John Morrison, Evan Bourne, Goldust, Yoshi Tatsu, Santino Marella, Vladimir Kozlov and The Great Khali.
The Nexus escaped, though, except for Darren Young, who suffered an STF at the hands of Cena. As a means of punishment, the mystery GM is forcing Cena to face The Nexus next week in a 7-on-1 Handicap Match.
Randy Orton to take on Edge next week Per the mystery General Manager, scorching rivals Randy Orton and Edge must face each other in singles action next Monday Night. The match will take place less than a week before the pair tangle above the ring during Raw’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
Perhaps “America’s Mom” Florence Henderson can restore peace and harmony in the house of Raw when she acts as special guest host next week.
Divas Champion Alicia Fox def. Eve (PHOTOS | WATCH) Ever since narrowly capturing the Divas Championship at Fatal 4-Way, Alicia Fox has shown herself to be nothing short of sly. While defending her title against former Divas Champion Eve, the calculating Superstar dusted off an old trick: Playing possum. Fox pretended to suffer an ankle injury, and, when Eve let her guard down, she pounced to retain the Golden Butterfly.
Chris Jericho appeared on “The Cutting Edge”; Evan Bourne & Randy Orton def. Jericho & Edge (PHOTOS | WATCH) Former partners Chris Jericho and Edge traded verbal barbs on his show “The Cutting Edge” until the situation became too heated, and they’re war of words became physical. As the two tangled, Evan Bourne charged the ring and leveled them. Before the trio could mix it up, though, the mystery GM chimed in: Edge & Jericho must take on Bourne and his partner, Randy Orton, in a tag team match.
In the battle to get a rung up on the competition, The Ultimate Opportunist and his partner tried to set aside their differences, but their tenuous treaty would prove futile when Edge Speared Jericho. “Air” Bourne then capitalized with a lethal Shooting Star Press for the win. As Bourne celebrated, however, The Viper slithered up and razed him with an RKO, proving that during Raw’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match, there will be no such alliances.
United States Champion The Miz vs. R-Truth ended in a No Contest (PHOTOS | WATCH) Just one night after the United States celebrated her birthday on July 4th, U.S. Champion The Miz showed that he really knows how to spoil a party. Before what promised to be a thrilling match, Miz snuffed the fuse on the fireworks by attacking R-Truth before the bell. The “Cleveland Screamer” pounded Truth so fiercely, in fact, that his fellow Raw Money in the Bank Ladder Match competitor had to be escorted from the ring by medical personnel.
As a result of a shoulder injury, Truth will no longer be eligible to compete in the Raw Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
WWE Champion Sheamus confronted Arn Anderson (WATCH) During an interview with Josh Mathews, Arn Anderson updated the WWE Universe on the condition of his fellow WWE Legend Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat. The former member of The Four Horsemen was then interrupted by WWE Champion Sheamus, who derided Anderson for succumbing to an attack from The Nexus last week. For his part, Anderson warned the Irishman that he should be careful, or The Nexus will become too powerful to be stopped.
Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov def. William Regal & The Great Khali (PHOTOS | WATCH) Four nations, two teams, one winner. After chasing William Regal from the ring in favor of Santino Marella last Monday, Vladimir Kozlov reluctantly agreed to team up with the spicy Italian. This week, before his match against Santino & Vlad, Regal gleefully introduced his partner, The Great Khali. Sadly for the Englishman, The Punjabi Playboy refused to tag in, leaving Regal out to dry for the loss. Afterward, Khali encouraged his opponents to help Regal to his feet, at which point he Taj Ma-hauled off and chopped him down.
Ted DiBiase def. John Morrison (PHOTOS | WATCH) Ted DiBiase’s new “protection,” Maryse, already seems to be paying dividends. The “Fortunate Son” faced off against his fellow Raw Money in the Bank Ladder Match participant, John Morrison, as his sultry security looked on. While The Shaman of Sexy’s attack appeared as tight as his abs, he became distracted when Maryse began to model his coat. The diversion allowed the prosperous progeny to capitalize and notch a cheap victory.
Mystery General Manager banned Nexus members from WWE title opportunities; arranged Money in the Bank participant matches and called for a truce (PHOTOS | WATCH) The Nexus had to know this day would come. The group of outlaws have ridden roughshod over the WWE landscape seemingly free of consequence. Until now.
Through mouthpiece Michael Cole, Raw’s anonymous General Manager e-mailed to inform The Nexus that none of their members may compete for any WWE title until further notice, including Wade Barrett, who has a guaranteed championship match of his choice.
While the seven were visibly irate, John Cena, the target of much of their ire, entered and appeared itching for a fight. He brought six other Superstars with him to confront the group: Randy Orton, R-Truth, Evan Bourne, John Morrison & Unified Tag Team Champions The Hart Dynasty.
Before the 14 could saddle up to fight, however, WWE Champion Sheamus, United States Champion The Miz, Edge, Chris Jericho, Ted DiBiase & The Usos ambushed Cena’s posse as The Nexus scattered throughout the arena.
After the dust settled, Cole received another email. The mystery GM told the Superstars to simmer, that later in the evening all of the competitors in the Raw Money in the Bank Ladder Match in two weeks will compete against one another. The still-anonymous GM also implored Cena to call a truce and shake the hand of Barrett. When Cena resisted the idea, the mystery GM asked Cena to do the “right thing” before cryptically adding in the e-mail, “and that’s the bottom line because the GM said so.”
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