MVP def. Drew McIntyre (Survivor Series Showdown Match) Jack Swagger def. Chris Masters (Survivor Series Showdown Match) Kaval def. Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler (Non-Title Match) "Dashing" Cody Rhodes def. Kofi Kingston (Survivor Series Showdown Match) Self-professed "Co-Divas Champions" Michelle McCool & Layla def. Kelly Kelly & Natalya Big Show def. Tyler Reks (Survivor Series Showdown Match) Rey Mysterio vs. Alberto Del Rio (No Contest – Survivor Series Showdown Match) Team Rey Mysterio def. Team Alberto Del Rio (10-Man Survivor Series Showdown Battle Royal)
RICHMOND, Va. – When a maniacal Edge wasn’t tormenting an abducted Paul Bearer, World Heavyweight Champion Kane was seething with anger, and members of Team Rey Mysterio were colliding with members of Team Alberto Del Rio. With one of WWE's longest running pay-per-views looming, emotions are sure to boil over this Sunday. (Survivor Series microsite)
Edge tormented an abducted Paul Bearer (WATCH: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4) With one diabolical act after another toward a helpless Paul Bearer, Edge clearly got inside the head of World Heavyweight Champion Kane. Has The Ultimate Opportunist already laid the foundation for a victory at Survivor Series? (Match preview)
Team Rey Mysterio def. Team Alberto Del Rio in a 10-Man Survivor Series Showdown Battle Royal (WATCH | PHOTOS) An action-packed night culminated in all of the members of Team Mysterio tangling with their foes on Team Del Rio. At the close of the conflict, Team Del Rio’s Jack Swagger found himself battling big odds against Big Show and Rey Mysterio. After Mysterio blasted The All-American American with a 619, Big Show pushed Swagger over the top rope for the victory. Is the win a prelude to what will happen at Survivor Series? (Match preview)
Rey Mysterio vs. Alberto Del Rio Survivor Series Showdown Match ended in a No Contest (WATCH) After their respective team members battled it out at the start of the night in a series of Showdown Matches, it was time for team Captains Rey Mysterio and Alberto Del Rio to tangle. But before a winner could be determined, the match ended when Team Del Rio charged the ring and assaulted Mysterio. Just seconds later, Team Mysterio came to its captain’s aid and fended off the assailants. Putting a brief stop to the chaos, SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long declared the action should continue in an official10-Man Survivor Series Showdown Battle Royal.
Big Show def. Tyler Reks in a Survivor Series Showdown Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) Although Tyler Reks has proven to be a formidable force in recent weeks, he could not overcome The World’s Largest Athlete Big Show. With a massive chokeslam, Big Show chalked up another win for Team Mysterio.
Self-professed "Co-Divas Champions" Michelle McCool & Layla def. Kelly Kelly & Natalya (WATCH | PHOTOS) With both members of Team Lay-Cool in the ring, they capitalized on the advantage and double-kicked Natalya to the canvas. Layla quickly seized the moment and grabbed the pinfall. At Survivor Series, can Natalya find a way to overcome the odds when she faces the duo in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match? (Match preview)
"Dashing" Cody Rhodes def. Kofi Kingston in a Survivor Series Showdown Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) Even though Kofi Kingston came at “Dashing” Cody Rhodes with a high-powered offense, it was not enough to overcome Rhodes, who dropped Kingston with a jarring Cross Rhodes.
Kaval def. Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler in a Non-Title Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) After a series of counter maneuvers, Kaval used an old-school bridge to pin Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler to get the biggest victory of his career. After his first win on SmackDown, Kaval reminded Ziggler and the WWE Universe that as the WWE NXT season two winner, he is due a championship match – and he wants it at Survivor Series against Ziggler. (Match preview)
Jack Swagger def. Chris Masters in a Survivor Series Showdown Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) Despite an impressive effort by Chris Masters, Jack Swagger found a way out of the Master Lock and went on to make Masters submit to his own signature submission move, the ankle lock.
MVP def. Drew McIntyre in a Survivor Series Showdown Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) Scoring first for Team Mysterio was MVP who chalked up a victory over Drew McIntyre with a well-placed kick to the head. The charged up Ballin' Superstar will certainly be an asset for his team come Sunday.
Alberto Del Rio clashed with MVP At the start of the night, Survivor Series Team Captain Alberto Del Rio mixed words with MVP, challenging his claims of greatness. Despite MVP’s desire to tangle with Del Rio, the "Essence of Excellence" declared MVP would face Drew McIntyre.
Two more WWE releases and full list confirmed Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 11/19/2010 at 03:11 PM
Here is an official update from WWE.com regarding today's releases:
World Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of WWE Superstars Shad Gaspard, Luke Gallows, Vance Archer and Caylen Croft and WWE Divas Tiffany and Jillian Hall as of November 19, 2010. WWE wishes them the best in all future endeavors.
Robbie E. & Cookie & Generation Me beat Jay Lethal & Velvet Sky & The Motor City Machineguns.
Backstage, Jeff Jarrett gives instructions to Murphy and Gunner to make sure Kurt Angle doesn’t stop his MMA presentation tonight. Borash comes in and tries to object to something regarding Jeff Hardy and Jarrett goes off on him, saying he didn’t sell out.
Abyss offers an open challenge to anyone for a Casket Match and accepts.
Jeff Jarrett comes out for his MMA demonstration, bringing a lot of people out as sparring partners. Jeremy Borash reads a prepared statement saying that TNA asks everyone not to try this at home. Jarrett shows everyone an armbar and walks everyone through the move. He then shows a Japanese Kneelock, then an anklelock. fans start chanting for Kurt Angle and Jarrett responds that he learned this move from Ken Shamrock. He then shows a rear naked chokehold and people chant for Samoa Joe. Angle says he learned the choke from Royce Gracie. Joe comes out and says he wants Jarrett. Jarrett says he has two students left and if Joe can get through them, he can have Jarrett tonight. Joe destroys them and they tease a submission match but Jarrett leaves the students and runs off. Joe kills them.
Jeff Hardy beats Raven in a your fired if he lost. Hulk Hogan came out and said “Raven, you are fired, quote the Hulkster, Nevermore.” Tommy Dreamer, Brian Kendrick and Stevie Richards came out and put over Raven similar to how they praised Sabu when he finished up at the PPV. Dreamer then demanded that Rhino get out there and explain what he did last week. Rhino came out and said that his TNA contract was expiring and the only way Eric Bischoff would sign him to a new deal is if he turned on them and he did what he had to do. He told Dreamer that he and RVD only cared about themselves, not anyone else. It got physical and Rob Van Dam got involved but Rhino lays them out.
Abyss vs. Shannon Moore ends in a no contest.
They have a back and forth match. Abyss almost gets put in the casket but fights off Moore. Moore tries several more times and finally slams the casket shut, then does a backwards flip over the casket onto Abyss. Abyss hits the Black Hole Slam and opens the casket, but there’s the Pope inside (apparently he has supernatural pimpin’ powers) and attacks Abyss. The referee calls for the bell (in a casket match?) and Abyss escaped.
Angelina Love loses to Mickie James in a number 1 contenders match.
Brother Ray comes out and explains why he turned on Devon. He says he invented the Dudley Death Drop and begins naming everyone who fell to it. He says that the only reason Chris Sabin kicked out of the move at Turning Point is because Devon is, was, and always will be the weak link. Bubba said, “I am Shawn Michaels and Devon is Marty Jannetty.” He says that any of his brothers could have been his partner because he made 3D.
Ric Flair loses to Matt Morgan. Ric Flair came out and drank an entire Snirnoff even though he didn’t get “iced.” Morgan had the early advantage. Flair gains control after a low blow. They brawl around ringside. Flair is busted open maybe three minutes in. Fortune comes out and works on Morgan after he chokeslams Flair, but Douglas Williams turned babyface, attacks Fortune and leaves. Morgan nails the Carbon Footprint on Flair and scores the pin. Fortune and Flair are pissed about Williams as Morgan celebrates.
Update on Sean Morley's status with WWE Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 11/18/2010 at 09:39 PM
Sean Morley (Val Venis) will not be returning to WWE as a performer. He was on hand for the company's "Old School" episode of Raw and was trained to be a producer. It was said to be more of tryout to see if he's adequate enough to be a producer now.
The former WWE Intercontinental Champion was telling promoters he was going on WWE's recent tour of Europe. It is unclear whether Venis attended the television tapings, but he worked a show for NWS over the weekend and is once again accepting independent bookings.
According to prowrestling.net, TNA will be keeping Ken Anderson out of the ring for the rest of the year. The expectation at this point is that he will still be involved on shows, but not actually wrestle until January 2011. The belief within TNA is that they want to be very careful with Anderson's health after he suffered a serious concussion back in October.
Chavo Guerrero def. JTG Trent Barreta def. Curt Hawkins Yoshi Tatsu def. Primo Melina & Gail Kim def. Alicia Fox & Maryse
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Melina & Gail Kim def. Alicia Fox & Maryse (WATCH | PHOTOS) After three rough and ugly battles, “WWE Superstars” got a much-needed dose of beauty as four of Raw’s most gorgeous Divas locked up in a fast-paced tag bout. Still on commentary, CM Punk predicted that Fox & Maryse would win the match, because they were “rotten human beings.” But the former World Heavyweight Champion’s backhanded compliment didn’t come true as the talented team of Melina & Gail came out on top after the screaming Diva rolled up Maryse for the 1-2-3.
Yoshi Tatsu def. Primo (WATCH | PHOTOS) Before these exciting competitors locked up, “WWE Superstars” received a surprising visit from CM Punk who sat in with Scott Stanford on commentary during this spirited bout. Although he immediately called his broadcast partner “Steve,” The Straight Edge Savior did a fine job of chronicling the action between two of Raw’s most up-and-coming Superstars. Quick and aggressive, Primo ruthlessly battered Tatsu and even took a moment to high-five CM Punk after nailing a vicious maneuver on Yoshi. But the Puerto Rican Superstar’s arrogance couldn’t net him the win. In the end, The Cardiac Kid scored with a huge kick off the top rope to pick up his second straight win on “WWE Superstars.”
Trent Barreta def. Curt Hawkins (WATCH | PHOTOS) Two of SmackDown’s most promising young Superstars, Trent Barreta and Curt Hawkins are no strangers to one another — both trained together in the same gym for WWE and have locked up in both tag and singles action many times before. This familiarity lent itself to an exciting back-and-forth contest tonight as each competitor seemed to know what their opponent was going to do before they did it. But Barreta finally took Hawkins by surprise when he nailed him with a devastating springboard DDT to earn a very well-deserved victory.
Chavo Guerrero def. JTG (WATCH | PHOTOS) As a member of the legendary Guerrero family, Chavo Guerrero was practically raised on a wrestling mat, developing an amazing in-ring style that has garnered him a number of championships in WWE. But that hasn’t stopped the self-proclaimed “Mexican Warrior” from lying, cheating and stealing in order to win. Up against the talented and unorthodox JTG, Guerrero utilized everything in his book of tricks, including devastating lucha moves and underhanded low blows behind the official’s back. This aggressive style paid off in the end as Chavo nailed a big frog splash to defeat the Brooklyn Superstar.
Skip Sheffield Officially Gone from Nexus Posted by Steve Carrier on 11/18/2010 at 01:45 AM
- According to an article on WWE.com documenting the history of The Nexus, Skip Sheffield is no longer considered a member of the group.
The article states: "Immediately following that heinous first attack, the stalwart Bryan expressed remorse for his actions and parted ways with The Nexus, while Tarver, Sheffield and Young were later deemed unworthy of the rebels' signature armband either due to exile or injury. However, as witnessed by the WWE Universe, the group only grew stronger and more streamlined as a result of the changes within its ranks."
During the Aug. 18 live event in Honolulu, Hawaii, Sheffield injured his ankle in a tag team match with David Otunga against The Hart Dynasty. It was later determined that he suffered a compound fracture of his ankle and was initially expected to be out for four to six months.
Sheffield was never officially booted from the group on television. Wade Barrett acknowledged in passing during an interview on the Aug. 30 episode of RAW that Sheffield suffered an ankle injury.
- Nexus member Skip Sheffield is still on crutches after being injured a few months back. It’s believed he’s still at least three months away from returning to the ring. No word if they will put him back in Nexus when he returns.
- It's believed that Sting will re-sign with TNA when they bring back some of the top babyface stars in January along with Kurt Angle. Kevin Nash is also expected to come back in that storyline but he's not a lock to return.
NXT Rookie Diva Challenge: A.J. won How Well Do You Know Your WWE Pro? (WATCH | PHOTOS) Naomi def. Kaitlyn (WATCH | PHOTOS) A.J. def. Aksana (WATCH | PHOTOS) NXT Rookie Diva Challenge: Naomi won Diss the Diva (WATCH | PHOTOS) Aksana was eliminated (WATCH | PHOTOS) NXT Rookie Diva Records
A.J.: Challenge wins: 2, Win/Loss record: 5-2 Aksana (at the time of her elimination): Challenge wins: 0, Win/Loss record: 1-5 Kaitlyn: Challenge wins: 1, Win/Loss record: 1-3 Naomi: Challenge wins: 1, Win/Loss record: 6-2 WWE Universe, visit NXT.WWE.COM to watch WWE NXT highlights and the complete episode each Wednesday. The complete episode is also available Wednesdays on YouTube.com/wwe and Hulu.com!
- Eliminated NXT season three contestant Maxine set a manipulated photo of herself donning a Nexus T-shirt as her avatar on Twitter. She teasingly wrote "Never know!!" in regards to joining the faction.
Homicide talks about politics in TNA Posted by Corbin Nordhoff on 11/17/2010 at 01:40 PM
Former TNA star Homicide was interviewed by Canada's Slam Wrestling and spoke candidly about his release from the company. Here are some highlights of what he said about:
Politics In TNA, Being Miserable & His Eventual Release:
"I'm not going to lie to you, I was telling my girlfriend honesty, it hurts everybody. When I speak the truth, it hurts. I didn't say anything aggressive. I was frustrated in the end. I'm very confident that I can do better. Politics just got me in the butt and just caught me. I was miserable at the end of my days in TNA, I didn't like it."
Despite all that, Homicide looks back fondly on his time in TNA. He told Slam, "I miss the boys, I miss the staff, I miss everything. I became a smarter businessman when I went to TNA."
Working With Hernandez & Konan In Mexico:
"He's in Mexico right now, he's still in TNA, but he's doing more coverage in Mexico. There's a big rumor that me, Hernandez and Konnan are going to do the 5150 tour in Mexico, and hopefully we're going to bring it to the States and we're going to have a LAX reunion."
Ex-WWE star takes credit for Sheamus having a job Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 11/16/2010 at 12:28 PM
During an interview on Right After Wrestling yesterday night, former WWE wrestler Jimmy Yang took credit for bringing the "Celtic Warrior" Sheamus to World Wrestling Entertainment, saying, "I'm the one who got Sheamus his job."
"I picked him out in Milan, Italy and said, 'I'm gonna test this guy out' and look at him now, he's done great. I saw the workouts earlier and they told me that I could work with anyone I wanted. It came down to him and another German guy. I went to both guys and I asked, 'Who does Italy hate the most, Germans or Irishmen?' They both told me Irishmen, so I ended up picking Sheamus to work that night. The rest is history.
X-Pac talks about not being at RAW Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 11/16/2010 at 03:51 AM
Sean Waltman (X-Pac) posted the following on Twitter:
"I dont know why I wasnt at Old School Raw. Maybe everyone should call them and ask them. Dont tell them I told you to call though:) Not that they wont find out anyway, with all the wwe undercover operatives scanning twitterverse. Maybe I just slipped their mind. If u listen to their version of history, i barely existed. f*** em if they cant take a joke. 4 f*** sakes, the election is over. Enough with the PG bullshit Vince. I love you Boss, but come on. Trust me, Im not trying to get a job. Im doing fine & having fun. I just like to play harmless ribs. Someone's gonna be pissed though. lol! As long as there testing for marijuana, which is totally retarded, I will not pass their drug test. They will drop the pot thing. watch"
HHH hints that his in-ring career is winding down Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 11/15/2010 at 05:14 PM
Triple H recently commented on his rehab and WWE return status during a recent Wrestlemania 27 promotional interview with SBNation.com.
HHH stated, "Got another couple months rehab-wise. I don't know how regularly I'll be back."
The former DX member continued, "We made a pact that if one of us didn't recognize it's time to quit, we'd tell the other one it's time. It's a young man's business, and I'm cool with that. I have fun working with the other side of the business, and I don't kill animals or follow sports."
Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler def. Mark Henry WWE Tag Team Champions Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater def. The Hart Dynasty Ezekiel Jackson def. The Brooklyn Brawler John Cena def. Alex Riley Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov def. The Usos Kofi Kingston def. David Otunga Wade Barrett def. R-Truth Alberto Del Rio def. Sgt. Slaughter Mae Young def. "Co-WWE Divas Champions" Michelle McCool & Layla in a No Disqualification Non-Title Match U.S. Champion Daniel Bryan def. Jack Swagger
HERSHEY, Pa. – Who needs a DeLorean that can hit 88 mph to travel back in time? Instead, Raw kicked off Old School night with a battalion of WWE Alumni and Hall of Famers. And although the classic Raw graphics and ring ropes were evident, there was still a lot of brand new developments leading up to this Sunday’s Survivor Series.
WWE Champion Randy Orton, John Cena and Wade Barrett clashed on “Piper’s Pit” (WATCH | PHOTOS) Prior to “Rowdy” Roddy Piper hosting John Cena and WWE Champion Randy Orton on his talk show, “Piper’s Pit,” more than a dozen old school Superstars took a bow, including Dusty Rhodes, Million Dollar Man, IRS, Tito Santana, Iron Sheik, Nikolai Volkoff and Tatanka, among others.
When the applause finally receded, the historic lineup of Superstars allowed Piper to welcome his guests, The Viper and The Nexus’ Cena. First out was Cena, who assured his host that, as special guest referee, he would call the WWE Title Match at Survivor Series right down the middle. Upon hearing Cena’s proclamation, Wade Barrett intruded to remind the Legendary star that he will be fired from WWE if the Englishman loses or be free from The Nexus if Barrett wins, all of which means that, depending on the outcome at Survivor Series, it may well have been Cena's final appearance in WWE. Regardless of outcome, Cena, forced to wear the “N”-labeled shirt of his associates, told his overlord that he still plans on pummeling him.
The other Superstar in the volatile equation, WWE Champion Randy Orton, then factored in. The Viper mentioned to Cena that he had wanted to punt him in the skull to eliminate him from referee duties this Sunday. Instead, WWE’s Apex Predator thought it best to sink his fangs into Barrett.
Just as Orton prepared to punt Barrett’s skull, though, Nexus’ reluctant warrior Cena stopped him and was punished with an RKO. Seizing the moment, Barrett once again engaged Orton in battle, only to be felled once more. The brief exchange was just enough to enable a groggy Cena – now the focus of the champion’s punt – to recover and evade The Viper’s charging boot. The Legendary star hit Orton with an Attitude Adjustment, at which point the Englishman ordered his disciple to raise his hand in victory. Big mistake. Cena took umbrage and laid out Barrett with an Attitude Adjustment of his own, a mere six days before Survivor Series.
U.S. Champion Daniel Bryan def. Jack Swagger (WATCH) Awash in a sea of red, white & blue, United States Champion Daniel Bryan took on the challenge of “The All-American American,” Jack Swagger. With “Good ol’ J.R.” Jim Ross acting as special guest commentator, the U.S. Champion proved his colors don’t run by defeating Swagger in an interpromotional clash.
After the victory, however, Bryan would not have time to celebrate. Instead, Ted DiBiase bolted in and leveled the U.S. Champion before holding the U.S. Title overhead after earlier rejecting The Million Dollar Title from his father, who had retrieved it from Aksana. His statement made, The “Fortunate Son” then strolled off with his lady friend Maryse on his arm.
Mae Young def. “Co-Divas Champions” Michelle McCool & Layla in a No Disqualification Non-Title Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) Respect your elders … or else! With WWE’s “original Diva,” Mae Young, soaking up the well-deserved respect of the crowd, self-proclaimed “Co-Divas Champions” Michelle McCool & Layla couldn’t help themselves. WWE’s Mean Girls came out and quickly began ripping on the pioneering Young, who, in turn, challenged Lay-Cool to a No Disqualification Match. McCool & Layla eagerly accepted, but then a host of Raw Divas intervened and crushed Lay-Cool, allowing Young to pin Layla for the win.
Alberto Del Rio def. Sgt. Slaughter (WATCH | PHOTOS) A Superstar badmouths the good ol’ U.S. of A. long enough and they’ll have Sgt. Slaughter raining down shock and awe. After being introduced by Tito Santana and accompanied to the ring by Chavo Guerrero Sr., Alberto Del Rio began spouting yet another anti-American tirade. Sarge was quickly all over him like camo on a corporal, challenging the Mexican elitist to a match. Although Slaughter ran him through an obstacle course of hurt, the moneyed Mexican still managed to overcome and emerge victorious. In the wake of Del Rio's win, MVP rushed in to aid Sarge and chase off the Mexican menace.
Wade Barrett def. R-Truth (WATCH | PHOTOS) Wade Barrett proved he isn’t simply a ruthless, petulant leader with a nasally English accent and greasy hair. The guy’s actually got chops. To demonstrate, Barrett faced R-Truth in singles competition and toppled the athletic Superstar. With both WWE Champion Randy Orton and John Cena looking on separately in the locker room area, the Englishman asserted himself just six days before his WWE Title Match at Survivor Series.
Kofi Kingston def. David Otunga (WATCH | PHOTOS) George “The Animal” Steele must have been feeling a bit peckish. During an interpromotional bout pitting David Otunga against SmackDown’s Kofi Kingston, the WWE Hall of Famer ambled to the ring and, with a flash of his green tongue, began to devour the stuffing from one of the ring’s turnbuckles. The oddity distracted the Nexus disciple long enough to allow Kingston to take advantage for the win.
Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov def. The Usos (WATCH | PHOTOS) The borscht will burst and the risotto runneth over! Vladimir Kozlov & Santino Marella are sure to celebrate after becoming the No. 1 contenders to the WWE Tag Team Titles by defeating The Usos. Not even the encouragement of Tamina and her father, WWE Hall of Famer “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka, could propel Jimmy & Jey over their worldly opponents, who must face champions and Nexus disciples Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater.
The pair’s celebration, though, would have to wait. In the wake of their victory, an irate Sheamus charged the ring and unleashed fury. As he trained his ire on Santino, who had handed him an embarrassing upset weeks earlier, John Morrison entered and nailed him. Santino’s defender then revealed his motivation: He wasn’t about to let the Irishman get away with his bullying bull.
Later, The Celtic Warrior attacked The Shaman of Sexy in the locker room area and a match between the two was arranged for Survivor Series.
John Cena def. Alex Riley; WWE Champion Randy Orton and John Cena to face off during "Piper’s Pit" (WATCH | PHOTOS) Agreeing to a match with John Cena seems easy enough. Actually participating in said match, well, that’s when things get a little dicey. Although he was supposed to face Cena, The Miz conveniently begged off, subbing in his apprentice Alex Riley instead. Cena had hoped to hobble The “Cleveland Screamer,” so that he would be unable to cash in his Money in the Bank contract. Instead, Cena made quick work of Riley with a crushing STF.
Afterward, WWE Champion Randy Orton sought retaliation against Miz for ambushing him the week prior. Before The Viper could strike, though, Nexus members Husky Harris and Michael McGillicutty intervened, allowing Miz to scamper away. Disposing of the two “Nexi,” Orton then found himself facing Cena himself. Tensions could not be contained, and the two exchanged blows before a torrent of referees and trainers was able to separate the two. During the simmer, Raw's anonymous GM chimed in and ordered the two Superstars to settle their differences later in the evening during an episode of "Piper's Pit."
Ezekiel Jackson def. The Brooklyn Brawler (WATCH | PHOTOS) The Brooklyn Brawler defeat Ezekiel Jackson? Fuggedaboutit! Accompanied by manager Harvey Wippleman, the old school icon challenged any of the new school Superstars to a match. Unfortunately for him, Jackson appeared more than eager to accept and defeated Brawler in impressive fashion.
WWE Tag Team Champions Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater def. The Hart Dynasty (WATCH | PHOTOS) After weeks of frustration with his partner’s performance, Tyson Kidd finally decided to bury the hatchet – right in David Hart Smith’s back. Before their non-title bout against WWE Tag Team Champions Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater, The Hart Dynasty duo appeared to be on the mend, agreeing to forego their recent difficulties. During the match, however, just as it appeared Hart Smith was gaining momentum, Kidd booted him in the face and deliberately cost him the match. He then walked off and left his befuddled partner alone in the ring.
Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler def. Mark Henry (WATCH | PHOTOS) Prior to his match against Mark Henry, Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler compared himself and his lady friend, Vickie Guerrero, to another Intercontinental couple, “Macho Man” Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth. Although the comparison seemed about as believable as Ziggler’s hair color, the bottle blond did back up his boasts. He managed to win the interpromotional match by locking in a sleeper hold on The World’s Strongest Man.
John Cena vs. The Miz arranged (PHOTOS) Ushering in “old school” night, legendary announcer “Mean” Gene Okerlund introduced WWE Hall of Famer “Cowboy” Bob Orton, father of the current WWE Champion. When the senior Orton informed the WWE Universe that his son Randy will prevail at Survivor Series this Sunday, his son’s opponent, Wade Barrett, took exception. The leader of The Nexus predicted a much different outcome, one that prompted The Miz to enter the fray.
Mr. Money in the Bank reminded the WWE Universe that he can cash in his title contract at any moment, threatening to keep John Cena in Nexus indefinitely. That threat did not sit well with Cena, who challenged Miz to a match, hoping to ensure that he is in no condition to cash in his contract. After thinking it over, Mr. Money in the Bank finally accepted the challenge.
Update on Top FCW Star to WWE's Roster Posted by Steve Carrier on 11/15/2010 at 11:13 AM
This isn't confirmed yet but Johnny Curtis reportedly became the new FCW Heavyweight Champion at Thursday's TV tapings after beating Mason Ryan by forfeit. Mason wasn't at the WWE developmental tapings because he has been overseas with the main WWE roster. This is a good sign that Mason, who is similar to Batista, may end up on RAW or SmackDown soon.
Apparently Ryan had the FCW belt with him in Europe so Curtis didn't receive the title Thursday. Again, this isn't confirmed but we'll keep you updated. If anyone attended the tapings and can provide an update, please feel free to e-mail us.
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