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WWE: Monday Night RAW

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posted on May, 21 2003 @ 08:19 AM
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I've just read a report on RAW. soundS like a suck-a*s show! Not much to report match wise, but Austin fills most of the TV time doing skits with Eric B which I kinda like. Big news is a Tripple H - Big Daddy Cool Hell in the Cell match at Bad Blood!




posted on May, 21 2003 @ 09:55 PM
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Man that match should be pretty good. I hope HHH loses the title soon. Im kinda tired of seeing as champion already.



posted on May, 22 2003 @ 12:35 PM
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Originally posted by Ocelot
Man that match should be pretty good. I hope HHH loses the title soon. Im kinda tired of seeing as champion already.


Unfortunately they are thinking of reviving the Steph-Hunter marrage gimmick so I think he will stay champ for awhile. As they are getting hitched in real life, she wants to spend more time on screen with him as well. Sucks for us though!



posted on May, 22 2003 @ 01:23 PM
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yeah that really sucks for us. HHH "was" a great champion at the during his first couple of reigns. But after he injured his quad he can't wrestle to save his life now. His work in the ring definately deteriorated after the injury.



posted on May, 22 2003 @ 03:20 PM
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it seems that everyone is sick of seeing HHH as the champion...its just becoming boring


Ben

posted on May, 22 2003 @ 06:17 PM
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Well it seems like the only way HHH can win a match is if he gets disqualified.



posted on May, 23 2003 @ 10:29 AM
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Originally posted by Ocelot
yeah that really sucks for us. HHH "was" a great champion at the during his first couple of reigns. But after he injured his quad he can't wrestle to save his life now. His work in the ring definately deteriorated after the injury.


Totally agree, he seems to favour one side when he moves and is always concious of his landings which makes his bumps look terrible.


Ben

posted on Mar, 18 2004 @ 06:58 PM
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WrestleMania XX may be in the record books, but the spirit behind the greatest event in the history of sports entertainment is still very much alive. On RAW, the theme of it all beginning … again, was very much in the air as Mr. McMahon dropped a bombshell announcement that rocked the very foundation of World Wrestling Entertainment. Indeed, WWE will begin again … and it will happen next week on RAW!

When RAW is next broadcasted live from Detroit, for the first time in more than a year, the Superstars of RAW and SmackDown! will come together under the same roof on a Monday night. According to Mr. McMahon, the spirit of a new beginning behind the WrestleMania event was so powerful that it is time for a new day to dawn in WWE. He said it is time for a shake-up, where new Superstars come together, new rivalries form, and new matches can be enjoyed by the fans of WWE. So, next week, there will be a lottery to form new rosters for both the RAW and SmackDown! programs, and nobody is exempt from being sent from one side to the other. Partnerships may be split, factions could be divided, and Superstars who are currently Champions could very well be in a position where they will have to drop their Championship. As Mr. McMahon said, even members of his own family are not exempt from this lottery!

So what does all of this mean? Less than 24 hours after winning the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania, will Chris Benoit be sent back to SmackDown!? In that case, who will be the World Heavyweight Champion? Will Evolution remain a foursome? How about teams such as the Dudley Boyz and La Resistance, who have experienced much success together? Will they be forced to split up? Don’t miss what will be one of the most important weeks of RAW and World Wrestling Entertainment as a whole in history! New battle-lines will be drawn. New partnerships and rivalries formed. A new day is dawning for WWE. Don’t miss it!

If Benoit, Shawn Michaels, and Triple H are heading for a split of their recent three-way rivalry, on RAW there were no signs of it. Both Triple H and Michaels allowed for no grace period for the new World Heavyweight Champion to enjoy his reign as Benoit was immediately put on the defensive. With Triple H out of action with an arm injury from WrestleMania, RAW General Manager Eric Bischoff set a match between Benoit & Michaels against Randy Orton, Batista & Ric Flair. While Benoit & Michaels functioned as a cohesive unit and scored the win – thanks to the presence of Mick Foley – it was perhaps only for one night. Between next week’s lottery and the fact that Michaels said he was only siding with Benoit to, “protect (his) investment” and make sure he has an opportunity to challenge for the World Heavyweight Championship, it seems that if Benoit and Michaels continue on the same roster after next week, their paths will cross once again.

In other action, WrestleMania seemed to end nothing for the on-going rivalry between Chris Jericho and Christian. An angered Jericho could not control his temper and was disqualified during his match with Matt Hardy. Later, Christian and Trish Stratus appeared together to mock Jericho.

Match Results:
Victoria & Lita defeated Jazz & Molly Holly
Matt Hardy defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification
Kane defeated Val Venis
Miss Jackie vs. Stacy Keibler ended in a no contest
Rob Van Dam & Booker T defeated the Dudley Boyz
Chris Benoit & Shawn Michaels defeated Randy Orton, Ric Flair & Batista


Ben

posted on Mar, 23 2004 @ 01:31 PM
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In some ways, WrestleMania XX was the greatest event in the history of sports entertainment. In other ways, it was simply the calm before the storm. Eight days after WrestleMania, on one of the most wild nights in the storied history of RAW, it all began, again ... over and over again. And by the end of the night, the foundations of both RAW and SmackDown! were rocked with several shocking changes as a result of the draft lottery ordered by Mr. McMahon. Now there are new World Tag Team Champions, Triple H is on SmackDown!, Edge is on RAW, and there is no current SmackDown! General Manager!

The night was headlined by a shocking turn of events involving Triple H and now former SmackDown! General Manager Paul Heyman took full advantage of the situation by convincing Mr. McMahon to set up a match for the WWE Championship between Triple H and Eddie Guerrero, a SmackDown! main event during RAW! The match featured a dramatic conclusion when Evolution came to aid Triple H for perhaps the final time. Suddenly, all hell broke loose when both locker rooms emptied as a Civil War of sorts began! When RAW went off the air, order had not been restored as the battle had only just begun.

The conclusion to RAW was indicative of an evening of shocking surprises as nobody on either roster was exempt from the draft lottery. So when Heyman himself was drafted by RAW, the now former SmackDown! GM decided he was better off quitting entirely than working for Eric Bischoff and, as a result, the trade deadline has been extended until 9 PM ET Tuesday evening by Mr. McMahon, when a new SmackDown! General Manager will be named and all trades will be announced.

In the ring, the night was headlined by three Championship Matches. While both the World Heavyweight Championship and WWE Championship remained in place, there are new World Tag Team Champions. The Evolution duo of Batista & Ric Flair regained the Championship as they defeated Rob Van Dam & Booker T. The match would prove to be RVD's final one on RAW as he was later drafted to SmackDown!

PICKED TO GO FROM RAW TO SMACKDOWN!:
Rene Dupree
Mark Jindrak
Triple H
Rob Van Dam
Theodore Long
Spike Dudley

PICKED TO GO FROM SMACKDOWN! TO RAW:
Shelton Benjamin
Nidia
Rhyno
Edge
Tajiri
Paul Heyman

Match Results:
Chris Jericho defeated Rene Dupree

Kane defeated Rico

Christian defeated Spike Dudley

Batista & Ric Flair defeated Rob Van Dan & Booker T to win the World Tag Team Championship

Chris Benoit defeated Rhyno

Eddie Guerrero defeated Triple H via disqualification



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