Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Super Smackdown 8/30 Results



There will be a contract signing tonight for the Triple H CM Punk Match at Night Of Champions.

We are gonna kick off tonight with John Cena going one one one with Wade Barrett.

Cena cuts a promo and calls out Alberto Del Rio, out comes Ricardo Rodriguez who tells Cena that ADR isnt here tonight. Cena tells RR that he has a present for ADR and he would like RR to give it to him personally, he lays RR out with one punch.

Out comes Wade Barrett him and Cena go back & forth on the mic, Cena tells Barrett if he wants some come get some and we are all set for our first big match here tonight.

John Cena wins

Backstage and Matt Striker has Mark Henry, he says he doesnt care who wins tonight he is gonna beat who ever it is and they will enter the hall of pain.

Sin Cara makes his way out to the ring as they go to break, Sin Cara was scheduled to face WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio, however as we found out earlier he isn't here tonight. We will find out who is new opponent in a few moments.

Sin Cara's opponent will be Mr. Money In The Bank Daniel Bryan.

Sin Cara picks up the win in a good match.

After the match Sin Cara shakes Dainel Bryans hand and goes to walk off, he turns round and kicks Daniel Bryan in the head.

We go backstage to another interview Matt Striker with Air Boom, they tell us how much they love being Tag Champs and wanna make sure Air Boom are remembered as a great team in history.

We see a video package highlighting the whole Christian Orton Saga.

After this Matt Striker is with Christian who says tonight despite the fact that everyone including Edge & Bret Hart has turned there back on him he will become the new World Heavyweight Champion, and there is nothing Randy Orton can do about it.

Aksana is our guest ring announcer for this next Diva tag team match, which will pit Divas Champion Kelly Kelly & her partner Alicia Fox to face The Divas Of Doom Natalya & Beth Phenoix.

Beth pins Alicia for the win.

Triple H is Walking backstage with Teddy Long going over the contract for his match with CM Punk, the contract signing is up next.

Back from the commercial and Teddy Long is in the ring. Out comes WWE COO Triple H. HHH says after conferring with the Board of Directors, he canceled CM Punk vs. Kevin Nash last night and put him in the match against Punk. HHH says the Board was kind enough to let him take the suit off for one night to deal with Punk. He asks Punk to join him in the ring.

Punk takes a seat, saying all this is unnecessary. Punk asks Triple H why they're here. Triple H says last night was a bit unfair and he knows he caught Punk off guard. Punk says no, he did not catch him off guard. Nothing in WWE catches him off guard anymore. Triple H says Punk has disrespected him and his family. Punk tries to talk but Triple H tells him to shut up because he isn't done talking. HHH says despite Punk disrespecting his family and holding WWE hostage with the title, he tried working with him. HHH says he bent over backwards to work with Punk but that still wasn't good enough. Triple H asks Punk who he thinks got Living Colour to let Punk come to the ring to Cult of Personality. HHH says he got that done and paid the bill. HHH says he got Punk's shirt approved that says best in the world. HHH says he gave Punk Nash last night and he still pushed his buttons. HHH says he's trying his ass off to be the bigger man and the COO around here but he can only take so much. Punk has insulted him as a man, now he has to deal with him as a man.

Punk likes that. He says he wants to face Triple H, not the COO. Punk says the new Triple H sucks. Punk says Vince McMahon couldn't separate personal issues between business issues and now Triple H is doing the same thing. Punk says he doesn't hate WWE, he loves this place. If he hated it, he wouldn't be here. He'd be at home a lot happier. Punk says he wants change. He recognizes when things suck and speaks his mind. Punk says he wants things to be better for everybody. Punk says he is dying for a change. We are dying for a change, he says. Punk wants to be the catalyst for that change. HHH says Punk wants to be the catalyst as long as it benefits him. HHH says about half of the people agree with Punk and the other half could care less what he says. HHH says some people actually like WWE the way it is. Could it be better? Sure, he says, and that's why he's here. HHH says Punk only wants change if CM Punk is on top. HHH says Punk is no different than anyone else who has been in this business, including him. HHH says he looked people in the eye and told them he was going to step on them. HHH says Punk is doing it the opposite way, the back door way. Punk says he isn't trying to be a martyr and isn't trying to step on anyone. Punk says he wants everyone to like what they see, not just half. Punk wants it to be fun again. Punk says right, he is doing this for himself. Punk says before he became a wrestler, he was a fan, and at his core he is still a fan. Punk says he will do what he knows is for the better and what will make WWE fun again. Punk says he says bad things about Stephanie McMahon because it's fun but also to push Triple H's buttons. Punk says Triple H failed, he is just like Vince McMahon. Punk says he thought Triple H and himself wanted the same things but it turns out that Triple H is the same 'ol vindictive person. Punk says he's seen it before.

Punk says this match has been a long time coming because they've never liked each other. Punk tells Triple H not to fine him or suspend him after he kicks his ass at Night of Champions. Punk signs the contract. Triple H says one of the differences between he and Punk is respect. HHH says he respects Vince McMahon for what he's done and says they wouldn't be right here tonight if it weren't for Vince. HHH says comparing him to Vince is a huge compliment. HHH goes to sign the contract but Punk tells him to hold up. Punk goes on and says HHH has lost touch. He's the guy who likes to point at his crotch and tell people to suck it. Punk says he wants change. Triple H says if Punk wants change, he's going to get it. HHH says this is how he's not like Vince and signs the contract. HHH says Vince would have got in the ring with Punk at Night of Champions and taken a beaten because it's good for business. HHH says it's not business between he and Punk, it's personal. HHH says he's going to kick Punk's "skinny fat ass" and drops the mic.

Here comes Kevin Nash, Punk gets up ready to fight as Nash heads to the ring. Triple H holds Punk back. Nash gets in the ring and they go at it. Punk fires away with kicks and backs Nash in the corner. Nash comes out and drops Punk with a big-boot. Triple H shoves Nash. Nash pushes Triple H and he falls on his ass. Nash stands over Triple H and clutches his fist before walking out of the ring.

Sheamus vs The Great Khali up next.

As we come back from break we see that during the commercials Matt Striker tried to get some comments, he was unsucessful as Nash just stared him out and walked off.

Here comes Kahli & Sheamus.

Sheamus picks the win by DQ after Jinder Mahal interceades into the match, Kahli and Mahal try to carry on the assault on Sheamus after the bell but The Great White gets the upper hand and delivers the Celtic Cross to Jinder Mahal.

It's Main Event time, the steel cage is being lowered and we are getting set for Randy Orton putting his World Title on the line against Christian.

Really great match between these two and after an RKO from the top rope Orton retains the title.

After the match here comes Mark Henry and he is handing Orton a beating & it is one hell of a beating Orton is left out in the ring as Mark Henry poses over him with the belt.
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Update On Kevin Nash In WWE

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Word going around backstage is that Kevin Nash has a medical issue that is keeping him off Night of Champions and it will be cleared up, most likely, within a few weeks. While sources report that WWE won't have Nash wrestling, another believes Nash could be wrestling at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view in October.
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TV Rating For WWE Raw 8/29/11

According to PWInsider, the 8/29 edition of WWE Raw scored a 3.15 cable rating, up from 2.97 the week before. The first hour drew a 3.23 before decreasing to 3.06 in the second.
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Audio:WNL 8-29-11 Archived

WNL returned to the airwaves on 8-29-11 on the SNS Radio Network with “The Outlaw of the IWC” The TreyDawg & “Mr. Money on the Mic” JJ (ALL CAPS) $exay. JJ & Trey talked “News of the Week” sponsored by Wrestling-Online.com including news on the Hardy’s.After the break The boys discussed the 8-29-11 edition of RAW including the big announcement of both RAW and Smackdown being intertwined over the next little while.After the final break it was time to open the phonelines and read emails from the WNL FAMILIA before wrapping the show with a little Africa by ToTo on the latest edition of WNL on the SNS Radio Network.

http://www.archive.org/download/Wnl8-29-11/Wnl8-29-11.mp3
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Beyond the Bell :OH so close, Never won the Big One now archived

What about the Superstars that came oh so close to wrestling immortality? This edition is dedicates to those who missed out on capturing the biggest prize in this business. For some of the greatest Superstars and Hall of Famers just could not capture the gold, from the NWA to the WCW, WWE & World Heavyweight Championships, it was âone who let the big one get away.â So get ready to go Beyond the Bell where we will rewind and relive the stars that came Oh So Close at winning the “Big One.

http://www.archive.org/download/BeyondTheBellOhSoCloseNeverWonTheBigOne/Btb-18-OhSoClose-NeverWonTheBigOne.mp3
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COLUMN: "Shooting from the Hip" #5 by Tony J Mirabella

So, last night we got a “supershow” on Monday Night Raw, which featured superstars from Smackdown. We got to see matches that we’re not used to seeing, and storylines involving inter-mixing of both brands.

I enjoyed Raw last night, simply because I’m not a regular Smackdown viewer, and it was nice to see these guys. I have nothing against Smackdown, I’m just a creature of habit, and don’t usually catch it.

One thing everyone needs to know is my view on the brand split. Hate it. Have hated it since day one. Now, I realize why it was done. It makes sense from the standpoint of spreading out your talent. If you have 4 or 5 top guys, it makes sense to have some of them exclusive to one show or another. It also makes sense from the standpoint of time. Having all your top guys on both shows means you have to block those shows so everyone gets a chance to shine. 2 hours isn’t a lot of time to do that.

However, and this is just my opinion, the WWE doesn’t have nearly the talent it had when the brand split first happened. Back then, you had Austin, the Rock, HHH and Shawn Michaels, just to name a few. Now, sadly, other than Cena, Punk and Orton, what break out stars do you have? Mixing or merging the brands makes sense now.

Also, I’ve never been a fan of having two separate world titles. It makes no sense. There should be one world champion representing the entire company. It devalues the world title by having two separate champions. Can you imagine how much the Superbowl would be devalued if two teams could hold claim to being the Superbowl champs?

And, getting back to what I was saying earlier, TV viewers are creatures of habit. A WWE fan who watches Raw does not necessarily watch Smackdown, and vice versa. That means you are limiting the exposure of certain talents on one brand or the other. It also means that some matches we may want to see simply don’t happen because of brand exclusivity.

I thought it was cool last night seeing Sheamus run in to backup Cena. Seeing Randy Orton on Raw was also a treat. And, who else marked out for the Sin Cara mood lighting on Raw? Show of hands? Let’s see, 1….. Okay. Bad example. When I want to see two men, barely dressed, throwing each other around in a darkly lit room, I’ll rent some gay porn.

Bottom line is, Raw had a lot of mark out moments last night, and it was all because of the Smackdown guys being there. I’m looking forward to the Smackdown supershow tonight, again, because I know I’ll get to see guys from both brands. The brand split should be ended, and both titles consolidated. End of story. Take a vote on WWE.com and ask the fans what they think?

Now, to switch gears for a moment. I’d like to talk about the HHH and Punk storyline. I’ve got two words for you, and they aren’t “suck it.” TOO FAST! What I mean by that is, why do we have Punk ready to fight HHH at Night of Champions? Why would HHH, who just became COO, get in the ring again so soon? It should be Punk VS Kevin Nash, with Nash putting Punk over. That’s the only reason Nash should be there. To put younger talent over. HHH vs Punk should have had a slow build to it. What’s the rush with WWE storylines these days? We, as fans, do have patience, and if a storyline is well done we don’t mind a slow burn over several months.

After Night of Champions, what do you do with CM Punk? If this match does happen, Punk HAS to go over. Either that, or HHH has to win via interference from Nash or someone. If HHH beats Punk cleanly, it will totally devalue the push he’s been given.

But what do I know? I’m just a stupid fan. At the end of the day, I don’t want to see HHH just become Vince McMahon version 2.0. The Game has always had a unique personality, and it should be retained.

That’s it for this week. Tune in next time where this entire column will be presented in mood lighting. After all, if you think this column sucks, maybe the dark lighting will just cover up all my mistakes. Seems to work for Sin Cara. Don’t worry though. A strobe light will illuminate the ring for your kissing pleasure.

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TNA Star To Appear On NBC Special About 9/11‏

TNA posted the following announcement on Facebook:

'This Monday, Sept 5, NBC will air a "Children Of 9/11" special, featuring children who lost their parents 10 years ago. The special will include Rosita, who lost her father on 9/11. We hope our fans will tune in and listen to Rosita and her thoughts since that day.'

Go to http://prowrestlingevents.tk or http://prowrestlingevents.webs.com for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide.
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Several TNA Stars Appearing In Canada On October 1st‏

Kazarian, Traci Brooks, Christy Hemme and ODB will be at MPW's Wicked Eve show, which takes place on October 1st, 2011 in Timmins, Ontario, Canada at Theriault Catholic Secondary School. Go to http://wherewrestlinghappens.tk or http://prowrestlingevents.webs.com for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwid
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Update On Kurt Angle Training For The Olympics

Kurt Angle tweeted the following:

Lastly, to Everyone Cheering Me On for Olympic Comeback. I have a legitimate Shot. My training Is Going Awesome. I Pray I Make the team:)"

"I'm training Everyday. On the Road, I have Contacts to train in Each town. I Have a Shot at Olympics. Thnx to Seth Petrocelli and Sam Butler"
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Why Alberto Del Rio Missed Raw

Source:PWInsider.com

WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio was not at RAW last night and word is that the visa paperwork he went to complete in Mexico over the weekend is not done yet. Until that's completed, Del Rio can't enter the country to work.

Regarding his match with Sin Cara at tonight's live SmackDown special, word backstage is that the match has been canceled but if Del Rio can make it to the tapings in time tonight, it will still go on. WWE had a detailed video package for the match set to air on RAW last night but held off.
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Why Kevin Nash Vs CM Punk Was Changed To CM Punk Vs Triple H

Source:PWInsider.com

WWE officials made the decision some time in the past week or so that Kevin Nash won't be wrestling for them. It's likely Nash will stick around for the time being and participate in the occasional angle but unless something changes, he won't be having a match. This is why CM Punk vs. Kevin Nash at Night of Champions was changed to Punk vs. Triple H. WWE knew going into RAW last night that Nash wouldn't be wrestling.

Nash recently went to Pittsburgh to do physicals for the company and something happened there that made them decide that they don't want Nash in the ring taking bumps and doing something as physical as a whole match. There is still some chance that Nash could end up wrestling but something happened after the physicals that have put a roadblack in front of Nash's return match.

The decision to put Triple H in the match with Punk wasn't made until yesterday. The original plans had Punk going over Nash at Night of Champions.
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Video: Zack Ryder And Randy Orton On Raw Filming Z! True Long Island Story On Raw

During a commercial break on Raw, Zack Ryder attempted to record part of his hit internet show "Z! True Long Island Story" with his guest being Randy Orton. The clip can be seen at http://vids.wwe.com/13076/wwecom-exclusive-randy-orton-rko
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Madison Rayne,Dominic Denucci,and more added to J.T Lightning memorial event 9/25 in Lakewood,OH

The J.T Lightning Memorial Show
Sunday September 25th,2011



live from
The Phantasy Theater
11802 Detroit Ave
Lakewood,Ohio

4:00Pm Bell time

All tickets are just $10 and can be purchased online at
http://www.aiwrestling.com/jtlightning

100% of the proceeds go to the family of J.T Lightning

Madison Rayne VS. Sassy Stephie

CAPW Throwback Ladder Match
Faith In Nothing VS. Q&A VS. The Irish Airborne

CAPW 10th Anniversary Show Throwback Match:
Fabulous John McChesney VS. AERO!

CAPW "6 Man Titles" On The Line!
Da Munchies and ???? VS. Afterblaze and The Bouncer

Doink The Clown VS. Lord Zoltan

A special appearance by Dominic Denucci
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WWE Talents Worried Following End Of Brand Split

As seen on Raw, Triple H announced that the WWE brand extension is no more. According to PWinsider.com, the initiative has several wrestlers worried about their futures since it means less television time for those not in the upper card.
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WWE Teases NWO Return

The following was posted on WWE.com

Fifteen years ago, Kevin Nash rocked sports-entertainment by assembling the infamous New World Order. More than a decade later, WWE may be on the brink of a new incarnation of the black and white. The influential group’s beginnings were rooted in confusion and conspiracy involving Kevin Nash, similar to the current state of WWE.

In 1996, The Outsiders, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall — known in WWE as Diesel and Razor Ramon, respectively — began appearing on WCW Monday Nitro. Their infamous words, “you want a war?” immediately struck a nerve and paranoia about a coming WWE invasion ran rampant inside the WCW locker room. At Bash at the Beach, Hulk Hogan shocked the world when he joined The Outsiders to form the New World Order, one of the most impactful groups in history. (HISTORY OF THE NWO | CLASSIC PHOTOS)

The paranoia of a new regime coming into WCW in 1996 draws bold parallels to the current state of WWE under Triple H. While the Chief Operating Officer claims to have the best interests of the organization at heart, both his reputation as The Cerebral Assassin and the return of Kevin Nash have no doubt led CM Punk and the WWE Universe to draw conclusions similar to those brought up in WCW’s locker room in 1996. While the question over who summoned Nash to take down The Second City Savior at SummerSlam remains unanswered, the possibility of a reborn New World Order is among suspicions. Adding fuel to the paranoia is that fact that Nash came out to the nWo's unmistakable music on Raw.

All of the confusion and conspiracy stems from the mystery of who sent Nash the text message at SummerSlam. The atmosphere of deception and the inconsistent being told by Nash, Triple H and John Laurinaitis have led to widespread speculation among the WWE Universe and WWE Superstars. When the nWo first formed, that same sense of deceit from WCW competitors such as Hulk Hogan and reaching as high as WCW President Eric Bischoff is what allowed The New World Order to begin its rise to power.

All signs point to Nash’s collusion with WWE’s new COO. It’s no secret that they are close friends; both individuals have made that abundantly clear, acknowledging their friendship that stems back to the tight knit locker room group known as “The Kliq” with Shawn Michaels, Sean Waltman (X-Pac) and Scott Hall. Interestingly enough, when The Outsiders left WWE in 1996, separating The Kliq, Hall and Nash would eventually form The New World Order in WCW, while Shawn Michaels and Triple H, remaining in WWE, formed D-Generation X. Waltman was a member of both groups during their heydays in each respective brand. During the nWo’s WWE resurgence in 2002, when Nash took command of the group, Michaels joined and the two heavily recruited Triple H. An injury to Big Sexy led to that incarnation of the New World Order disbanding, but perhaps The Game and Nash are now bringing The Kliq full circle.

This could merely be the beginning of something greater. When the original nWo formed in WCW, it started with three competitors but soon expanded its ranks and grew exponentially in numbers. If the nWo was to reform today, there are a number of WWE Superstars who would fit in perfectly with the group’s method of operation.
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