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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by Jama7301 » Sat Jul 16, 2016 11:26 am

~BANG~

"In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat" (Shame. Probably could have scored higher) "Dean Malenko defeated Juventud Guerrera in 10:12 by submission with a Texas Cloverleaf." (...Oh).)

Some fightin' words between Eddy and Jericho.

POETRY~!

The Outsiders are the fuckin' worst. Making The Giant look like a joke. Jerks.

GOOOOOLD-BEEERG, GOOOOOOLD-BEEEEERG

Unhinged Scott Stiner? Are we going to get some crazy promos soon? Exciting!

Talk about building to a crescendo. THe last four segments went off fantastically. The Hart Hypetrain is in motion, Macho Man and Page had a rip-roarin' good match, The nWo were filthy dirty men, and Sting Stung the nWo.

Sneaky sneaky Greg, maximizing that final segment. That's a move I'd expect from Goober more than you.
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Jul 16, 2016 12:51 pm

And even I'M above that kind of trickery
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Sat Jul 16, 2016 1:07 pm

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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Jul 16, 2016 1:09 pm

Yeah, you are the sleazy scumbag that is willing to do anything to win. That's fair.

Whereas Jama's just a sleazy scumbag. #HeymanHustle
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by El Canuck » Sat Jul 16, 2016 2:20 pm

Greg is fully embracing "What would Bischoff do?"
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by Jama7301 » Sat Jul 16, 2016 4:24 pm

The secret is, around 1999, Greg will start to channel his inner Russo. THAT'S what we should be excited for.
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Jul 16, 2016 4:26 pm

The sooner he gets off of my roster, the better
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by GooberBM » Wed Jul 20, 2016 1:59 pm

WWF Monday Night Raw
Monday Week 1 December 1997
Roanoke Civic Center - Attendance: 10000


Pre-Show Match: Chris Hamrick & Ron Killings vs. The New Blackjacks - Bradshaw & Windham
Bradshaw (4:37) via Lariat on Hamrick
Rating: D+ (50)
Pre-Show Match: Mark Henry vs. Kid Kash
Henry (5:09) via Death From Above
Rating: E (29)
Pre-Show Match: Steve Austin vs. Phinias Godwinn
Austin (5:25) via Stone Cold Stunner
Rating: B- (76)

Main Show

Raw opens with a video package featuring the LOD & the New Age Outlaws and how the Outlaws cheated the LOD out of the tag titles and the LOD's attempts to gain retribution. After the pyros go off, Jim Ross & Jim Cornette open show promising exclusive SS footage, including what happened after the show when the cameras kept rolling
Rating: C+ (69)

The New Age Outlaws come out to start the show, to dedicate their tag title win to the LOD. They're not here tonight, Road Dogg says, because they're at home licking their wounds since the Dogg and the Bad Ass beat them like unruly children. And this Sunday on PPV, you'll witness them dealing with those children again. Billy takes the mic and says that they're not going to get too cocky though, because they've got a non-title match with the Headbangers tonight...but they're only worried about whether they'll even have to break a sweat! Road Dogg and Gunn laugh and laugh, until the LOD run out of the crowd and attack the Outlaws. Animal and Hawk say they all know the Outlaws can't beat them fair, and they'll get their hands on those cowards tonight and make sure they don't walk out of the building with the tag titles. OH WHAT A RUSH!
Rating: C (65)

Ross & Cornette then hype LHW Semi-Finals matches, Rock vs. Vader, and Austin in building
Rating: C+ (67)

Ross & Cornette also hype Jarrett vs. Ahmed, Triple H vs. Jim Neidhart, and SS Footage
Rating: B (78)

We come back from commercial with Special Guest Ring Announcer Sunny in the ring to introduce the first LHW Semi-final: TAKA vs. Aguila
Rating: C+ (66)


Light Heavyweight Tournament Semi-Final Match: TAKA Michinoku vs. Aguila
TAKA (5:59) via Michinoku Driver
TAKA and the young Aguila fly here, there, and everywhere but the (relatively) older TAKA is able to get the job done and move on to Sunday's final
Rating: D+ (52)


Following the match we see a commercial for Degeneration-X: In Your House which obviously focuses on the shenanigans and hijinks that Michaels, Helmsley, and Chyna constantly get into, and their challengers at the PPV: Ken Shamrock and Sgt. Slaughter respectively
Rating: B (77)

Jerry Lawler is in the ring to interview Goldust & Luna Vachon...but is creeped out by Goldust being dressed in an outrageous outfit (even by his standards) while being gagged and collared, and dragged about by Luna. Lawler can barely manage to get out what is this about, as Luna explains Goldust has lived his life in chains, not of his own choosing. He's been chained to the memory of his father Dusty, and his ungrateful wife Marlena. But now, the chains that the Artist Formerly Known As Goldust is bound to are those of his own choosing. There will be no rules anymore, no boundaries. Only whips and chains. King notes that Vader is looking to give Goldy a whipping he won't enjoy. Luna assures Lawler that Vader will learn one thing: Pain and pleasure, they go together in their new world
Rating: C- (54)

Karate Fighters commercial featuring the semi final match of the Holiday tournament between Jerry Lawler and the Honky Tonk Man. Lawler wins the match and will face off next week in the finals against none other than Sunny!
Rating: C+ (68)


Four Way Elimination Match: Chainz (DOA) vs. D'Lo Brown (The Nation) vs. Miguel (Los Boriquas) vs. Recon (Truth Commission)
Chainz (8:22) via DQ on Miguel at the end as everyone on both sides jumps ring
D'Lo eliminates Recon but is so busy celebrating he never notices Miguel sneak in and roll him up. As DOA and Los Boriquas face off, the other teams that were eliminated never actually leave, and chaos eventually breaks out as Los Boriquas jump the ring and go after Chainz, and everything devolves into madness
Rating: D+ (48)


D-X comes out next to the ramp, surprising everyone with HBK in a wheelchair. HBK says DX showed the world no matter how many millions of dollars people want to throw around, DX is one step ahead of the pack. They showed it with Jim Neidhart, just like with his brother in law that DX can play anyone like an...idiot? HHH tries...nimrod? while Chyna suggests lollipop. But in unison, HHH and HBK say, no no. A SUCKER! HBK contues that tonight, HHH is going to finish what DX started with them.
HHH takes the mic then and says that as far as Sgt. Slaughter goes, hecan make whatever match you want. He says he wants to make it a Boot Camp Match and that's supposed to scare HHH? Well he's going bring all the heavy artilery and finish the Sarge for good. But he's gonna save one piece of artilery, for Sarge's old lady, and that's the big bazooka.
HBK says everyone is wondering what he's doing in a wheelchair. He's not injured but thanks to Chyna and the rigorous workouts she's been putting me through. She's been putting HBK through some hard times in the gym. But these leg workouts come with a positive. Ken Shamrock lives and dies by the ankle submission hold so what HBK has done has been in the gym training the legs and his pain tolerance is at an all-time high. And just to give you a sample of hisnewly possessed pain tolerance has, HHH it's time for a demonstration. HHH spins HBK's ankle around comically until his foot is backwards and beyond, until HBK finally deigns that he can take no more, and the trio breaks out laughing. HBK declares that once again DX shows that they are always a "leg up" on the competition. "You make the rules, and D-Generation X will break them!"

JR and Cornette then talk the audience through the footage of the Screwjob and the end of the Michaels/Hart match at Survivor Series, then tease showing the aftermath
Rating: B (79)

The War Zone opens with a recap of the Intercontinental Title drama surrounding Rocky "The Rock" Maivia and Stone Cold Steve Austin, specifically from last week when The Rock stole the title as Austin was fending off D'Lo Brown. After the War Zone pyros go off, The Rock and the rest of The Nation of Domination come down for Rock's match with Vader, and Rock wants one thing clear; this is a non-title match! Before Vader comes out though, Austin shows up, driving his truck into a clearing in the crowd behind the ring, just to throw Rocky off
Rating: B (82)


The Rock vs. Vader
Rock (6:25) via count out after Goldust interference
Rocky stays focused, understanding the threat and challenge in front of him, but it's still not enough as Vader has him on the ropes. The Nation tries to get involved but the tide doesn't turn until The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust shows up and attacks Vader with the ref distracted. Vader chases TAFKAG backstage, leaving The Rock to win the match via count out
Rating: B- (75)


Austin and Rock jaw jack after the match, staking their claims to the Intercontinental title, ahead of their match Sunday at IYH
Rating: B- (75)

JR & King hype Jarrett/Ahmed and HHH/Neidhart which are still coming up
Raitng: C+ (66)

We come back to Raw with a hype video on Ken Shamrock, detailing the wake of destruction he's capable of leaving when he "snaps" and the threat he poses to HBK for their WWF Title match at IYH
Rating: B- (76)

Scott Taylor comes to the ring for his LHW Semi-final match but it never happens because Kane and Paul Bearer come out. Kane eviscerates Taylor with a chokeslam and Tombstone, clearing the stage for Paul Bearer who hopes Taker is happy. Because all of this carnage is his fault, and it will continue until he does what he has to and fight his brother. JR and King posit about what this means for the LHW tournament, with King advocating Brian Christopher should get a bye to the finals, much to JR's chagrin
Rating: B (80)

Ahmed Johnson is in the ring waiting as Jeff Jarrett's new music starts and the new and improved Jeff Jarrett comes out. But he stops on the ramp and tells the world that his wrestling debut WILL NOT happen tonight. He wonders how many times will WWF drop the ball? They clearly can't get it right with someone of his caliber, so he'll have to take it in my own hands. He asks why he should fight Ahmed, since he's one of the reasons Jarrett left 2 years ago in the first place. Johnson yells from the ring that Jarrett is just a chickenshit, as Commissioner Slaughter comes out and admits Jarrett's right on his contract that he doesn't have to wrestle here tonight. But he will change that for IYH and he has the opponent that is on the level that Jarrett is demanding, but if Jarrett doesn't wrestle then he will be suspended indefinitely. Jarrett looks satisfied and asks who his opponent is going to be. Slaughter lets Jarrett know that he's going to be fighting...The Undertaker, and THAT'S an order!
Rating: B (78)

We follow that with a hype video for the Boot Camp Match detailing Sgt. Slaughter's history of choking people out with the Cobra Clutch. Then we get a re-airing of the D-X: In Your House Commerical
Rating: B- (73)


Headbangers - Mosh & Thrasher vs. New Age Outlaws - Road Dogg & Billy Gunn
Outlaws (2:31) via DQ when LOD interferes
This match doesn't even get off the ground before the LOD makes good on their promise and comes right after Road Dogg and Billy Gun
Rating: C (61)


The LOD run the Outlaws off yet again, as the bad guys race away to a waiting car. In the ring LOD & the Headbangers have words as Hawk and Animal have cost Mosh and Thrasher a chance to get into tag title contention. JR and the King then tell us that next is Marc Mero and Sable!
Rating: B- (74)

Jim Cornette is in the ring to interview his guests Marvelous Marc Mero and Sable. Cornette mentions that Mero has been in WWF for 2 years now, he's got a solid win-loss record and he's even been the Intercontinental champion, and he has come back from a serious knee injury even better than ever. But the fans don't care about him...they only seem to be here for Sable, as a huge Sable chant breaks out.
Mero makes it clear that he's not riding anyone's coattails, and certainly not Sable's. These people have seen what he can do in the ring, and Sable can't do a lick of it. Sable was nothing before he brought her to the WWF, and she will go right back to nothing when he kicks her to the curb. And he can do that because Sable is nothing but HIS property. He owns Sable just like he was going to own Butterbean, when he challenged him to a fight at In Your House...but like the scared little fat boy he is, Butterbean declined. So WWF officials have given Mero another fight, against Bart Gunn. If he can't teach Butterbean a lesson on Sunday, he'll just have to Gunn and everybody else instead, and to give everybody a taste of what will happen he wants Sable to disrobe him so he can give an exhibition.
Sable complies and then puts on a set of punching gloves which Mero hits, easy at first, but then increasingly vigorously despite the looks of discomfort on Sable's face, until he knocks one of the gloves clean off her hand. Sable scrambles to get the glove as Mero berates her for being useless and making him look bad. Mero is disgusted with Sable because she's useless now and she was useless while he was out injured, using the ramp as her personal catwalk: modeling Austin 3:16 shirts, and Undertaker shirts, when she should have been wearing Marvelous Marc Mero wear. He forcefully kicks Sable out of his ring and warns Bart Gunn that on Sunday he's going to knock him out and prove he's the greatest athlete in the world today, and he'll knock out anyone else who looks at Sable, because nobody gets to eyeball Marc Mero's property...NOBODY!
Rating: C (65)

We are then shown the Never-Before-Seen video of the Survivor Series aftermath, focusing on Vince McMahon, HHH, and HBK's reactions to the mayhem caused by Bret Hart, including the infamous "spitting" incident, with JR's expressed hope that this will put all of the controversy to rest, for good
Rating: B- (76)

We then go to the ring for the main event entrances. First comes out D-X in full force, with HHH looking spry and ready to go. The Hart Foundation music hits next and then HBK and HHH fall over laughing in the ring as it's obvious that it's not Jim Neidhart coming out. JR is incredulous as he points out that it's not Neidhart, but obviously Nikolai Volkoff, and he can't believe how low D-X would stoop, while Lawler is for certain that Neidhart has just let himself go. But officially the match is HHH vs. "Jim Neidhart"
Rating: B+ (84)


Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. "Jim Neidhart"
HHH (3:24) via Pedigree
HHH runs circles around "Neidhart", making a mockery of him and this main event, at least until he takes a straight right in the mouth. After that, Helmsley gets more serious and tries to finish things off, but "Neidhart" shows some pride and tries to win the match. That makes HBK and Chyna have to play difference makers and after HBK distracts the ref, Chyna smashes "Neidhart" in the back with one of HBK's titles, allowing HHH to hit the Pedigree and get the win
Rating: C (60)


D-X continues the assault after the match, laying out and embarrassing "Neidhart" by spray painting "WCW" on his back, with JR and Lawler (finally) alluding to the fact that the real Jim Neidhart is no longer here. The trio continue their pandering until Sgt. Slaughter hits the ring, only to be overwhelmed by the numbers. D-X looks to add him to the list until Ken Shamrock storms the ring and turns the tables. With "Neidhart" grabbing Chyna and keeping her at bay, Shamrock and Slaughter lock in their respective submission holds on HBK and HHH, making them holler and tap furiously as Monday Night Raw goes off the air and heads to D-X: In Your House
Rating: B+ (88)


Final Rating: B (79)
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by GooberBM » Wed Jul 20, 2016 2:12 pm

WWF Shotgun Saturday Night
Saturday Week 1 December 1997
Roanoke Civic Center - Attendance: 10000


Match Results:

The New Blackjacks - Bradshaw & Windham defeated Chris Hamrick & Ron Killings
Rating: D- (40)
The Headbangers - Mosh & Thrasher defeated Julio Dinero & Kid Kash
Rating: D (42)
The Interrogator (With Recon & The Jackal) defeated Bob Holly & Flash Funk
Rating: D (46)
D'Lo Brown & Kama Mustafa (With The Rock) defeated Disciples of Apocalypse - 8-Ball and Skull
Rating: D+ (51)


Final Rating: C (60)
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by Jama7301 » Thu Jul 21, 2016 12:40 am

WELCOME TO MONDAY NIGHT RAW

Austin on the pre-show is quite scandalous. The fact that he popped a B is even moreso.

ALL da hype promos.

Well, I know I will always remember the name of GimpDust.

Suck it, NAO. Talk shit, get hit.



MICHINOKU DRIVER!

Faction Warfare Four Way! Go Go Go! There is a ridiculous amount of factions in WWF it seems. Wonder if that'll survive.

Marc Mero is an asshole. Fuck him.

Motherfucking
Fake
Jim
Neidhart.

You sexy son of a bitch.
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Fri Jul 22, 2016 12:26 am

There are some rather demonstrably bad people in WWF. I hope they get beaten up, at that PPV.
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Fri Jul 22, 2016 7:44 am

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WCW Saturday Night
Thursday, Week 1, Dec 1997
Colberg Court; Sacramento, California
Attendance: 1200 (sellout)

Pre-Show
  • Glacier & Ernest Miller def. Raven's Flock (Sick Boy & Riggs) in 5:28; (46)
  • Steven Regal def. Adam Pearce in 3:15; (43)
  • Disco Inferno def. Ice Train in 3:48; (39)
Main Show
  • Video - DDP/Savage from Nitro, with post-match attack from Konnan; (86)
  • Video - Cruiserweight mini-tournament; (53)
  • Chavo Guerrero Jr. def. Evan Karagias in 8:08; (54)
  • Video - Steiner Brothers; (71)
  • Interview - Lex Luger on feud with Buff Bagwell and main event against Scott Norton; (69)
  • Wrath def. Lanny Poffo in 3:43; (44)
  • Video - Giant & Outsiders feud; (96)
  • Interview - Harlem Heat on contendership match against The Outsiders on Nitro; (66)
  • Faces of Fear def. La Parka & Prince Iaukea in 3:22; (58)
  • Video - Chris Benoit & Raven's Flock; (64)
  • Ray Traylor def. Barry Darsow in 6:36; (54)
  • Video - Goldberg & Steve McMichael; (68)
  • Steve McMichael def. Lenny Lane in 3:17; (43)
  • Video - Curt Hennig & Ric Flair and the end of the Four Horsemen; (62)
  • Promo - Curt Hennig & Rick Rude on ending Ric Flair's career at Starrcade; (70)
  • Video - Bret Hart; (86)
  • In-Ring - Buff Bagwell taunts Larry Zbyszko, and joins commentary; (71)
  • Lex Luger def. Scott Norton in 10:23; (71)
  • Post - Zbyszko celebrates with Luger, after foiling Bagwell interference; (68)
  • Video - Recap of Sting & Hollywood Hogan from Nitro; (100)
Final Rating: 85
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

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ECW Hardcore TV
Saturday, Week 1, December 1997
From the Hammerstein Ballroom (Tri-State)
Attendance: 2,600

Pre-Show
Darren Drosdov & ECW Tag Team Chammpions The FBI (Tracey Smothers & Little Guido) def Local Talent (7:34)
Rating: D (44)
Brakus def Spike Dudley (6:36)
Rating: E+ (31)
Justin Credible w/Chastity def Roadkill (8:30)
Rating: D (43)

Main Show

ECW TV Champion Taz vs Pitbull II
The Pitbulls are a formidable tag team in ECW, but with Pitbull I out with a nerve injury, II is flying solo. Taz rips and tears his way through his opponent, sending an emphatic message to everyone in the ECW locker room.

Taz via T-Bone Suplex (4:48)
Rating: D+ (48)

Taz holds the TV title in the air, points up the ramp and yells “Any one. Any time. Anywhere.” before heading to the back.

Rating: C (61)

We go backstage to Chris Candito and Lance Storm in the interview area. Storm says that they’re here to prove that solid fundamentals, and a good wrestling foundation can flourish anywhere, even in a decrepit pit of villainy such as this. As storm is talking, we see Candito putting baby oil in his hands, and rubbing it over his chest and arms. Storm tries to continue his serious monologue, but he eventually has to ask Candito what he’s doing.
Candito: Preparing.
Storm: For what? We already prepared for our match
Candito: No, for later tonight.
Storm: What…
Candito: Yeah, see, I got this date, well, more like a…
Storm: I got it, I got it, I got it. How many is that this week?
Candito: Well, with the two I got tonight… 12?
Storm throws his hands up and walks away. Candito looks confused, and asks “What?” before applying the last of the oil.

Rating: D- (36)

The Crash Bros. (Matt and Jeff Crash) versus The Perfect Package (Chris Candito & Lance Storm)
The Crash Bros make their debut in ECW tonight. The pair of brothers from North Carolina are looking to make a name for themselves with their daredevil like abilities and inventive, high risk offense and daredevil mindsets. Candito and Storm are able to grind the duo early, using their wrestling backgrounds to assert dominance, but the tides look to turn, as Matt and Storm are brawling on the outside. Jeff hits Storm with a baseball slide that sends Storm into the Barricade. Jeff tries to help his brother up, but Candito throws Jeff into the post, before lobbing the lightweight flyer into the audience! Storm and Candito regroup and focus on Matt back in the ring. Storm and Candito pick apart the lone Crash, eventually finishing things off with the Blonde Bombshell.

The Perfect Package pin Matt Crash via Blonde Bombshell (4:41)
Rating: D+ (51)

Joey Styles hypes up featured matches tonight from both Bam Bam Bigelow and ECW World Champion, Shane Douglas.

Rating: C- (54)

Handicap Match
Bam Bam Bigelow vs Danny Doring & Jason Knight

The Beast from the East is looking to reclaim the ECW World Championship from Shane Douglas, and looks to send a message in this requested handicap match. Bigelow tells Doring and Knight to fight him at the same time, and the two oblige, only to eat a pair of headbutts for their troubles. The pair never gets into gear, as Bam Bam controls this from bell to bell, capping it off by Welcoming Doring to Asbury Park.

Bam Bam Bigelow def Danny Doring & Jason Knight via Welcome to Asbury Park (5:15)
Rating: C- (57)

Justin Credible hits the ring after a commercial break, mic in hand, with Chastity in tow. He says that if Taz is saying he’ll face anyone, allow me to be that any one. He says he is officially announcing himself the number one contender for the ECW TV Title. As for the time and place, next week on ECW Hardcore TV. Then, you can kiss that pretty title, and your ass goodbye. Credible then reaches over and pulls Chastity in for a kiss, groping her in the process. As the crowd starts to catcall, Credible flips them the bird and breaks away, saying they need to finish this somewhere more private.

Rating: C (61)

After a break, we have the ECW World Heavyweight Champion Shane Douglas in the ring with Francine. Douglas says that he refuses to be upstaged on HIS show. So tonight, he’s issuing an open challenge for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship. If anyone’s got the balls to come out here and get their ass beat, he’ll give them a shot. On cue, Bam Bam Bigelow’s music hits, but before he can come out from behind the curtain, Jerry Lynn busts out, and races to the ring. Lynn sporting a hungry look, gestures towards the belt, and for Douglas to bring it. Bam Bam finally makes it out from behind the curtain, and Douglas hurriedly hands the belt to the ref, and signals to ring the bell, before Bigelow can hit the ring.

Rating: C+ (69)

ECW World Heavyweight Championship
Jerry Lynn vs Shane Douglas © w/ Francine
Bam Bam is prowling at ringside for this one as we get underway. Douglas and Lynn exchange early mat work, until Douglas gets a side headlock, and starts dropping rights onto Lynn’s forehead. Lynn attempts to get a head of steam a few times, but each time he’s cut off by Douglas. Douglas applies a heel hook to Lynn, and Lynn starts crying out in pain, when Bam Bam slides a chair into the ring for Lynn. Lynn takes the chair, twists, and cracks it over the Champ’s head. Finally free and equalizer in hand, Lynn tees off with chair shots to Douglas’ head and back. Lynn rests the chair on top of Douglas’ chest, and climbs to the top rope, when Francine gets on the apron. First, she grabs at Lynn’s ankle, but when he breaks free, she reaches up and scratches at his eyes! Bigelow rips her off the apron, and shoves her to the ground, before punching her in the head a few times. Douglas used this distraction to recover, and cracks the chair over the top of Lynn’s head, which sends the challenger crashing to the mat. He unfolds the chair, and delivers a Piledriver to the seat of the chair, crumpling it and Lynn to the mat.

Winner & STILL ECW World Heavyweight Champion, Shane Douglas via Piledriver ()
Rating: C (60)

Douglas leaves the ring to confront Bigelow, who now has a chair. Douglas begs off a bit, and scurries around the ring, as Bigelow gives chase, until he can get enough separation to get his own weapon: A Singapore cane. He turns to face the oncoming Bigelow, but Bam Bam swings the chair, and swats the cane out of a stunned Douglas’ hands. Douglas sprints away, and grabs Francine, and the two run to the back. We see Bam Bam celebrate in the ring, and pick up the abandoned ECW World Heavyweight Championship. Bigelow slings it over his shoulder, as the camera cuts away to the interview area.

Rating: B- (72)

Paul Heyman is talking with the Heart and Soul of ECW, Tommy Dreamer. He says that in 3 weeks, at our next Pay Per View event, Tommy Dreamer will be facing off against the dastardly Rob Van Dam and the Lunatic Sabu in a no holds barred tag team match. The question on everyone’s mind is who will you bring as a partner? Dreamer says that there’s no shortage of people who want to give those two jackasses what’s coming to them, but he says he needs to find someone who’s willing to go that extra mile, to take things to the Ex… He can’t finish that thought as RVD, Sabu, Doug Furnas & Phil La Fon rush Dreamer, as Bill Alfanso cheers from the sidelines, blowing his whistle. RVD tells Furnas and La Fon to hold up Dreamer. The pair obliges as Sabu holds a chair in front of Dreamer’s face, and RVD hits the Van Daminator to the helpless Tommy Dreamer. RVD tells Alfanso to hand them over, and soon receives a pair of handcuffs. RVD loops the handcuffs through the handle of a shuttered door, and then cuffs Dreamer’s hands. Sabu spits on Dreamer, as RVD wishes him luck.

Rating: D+ (50)
Show Rating: D+ (49)
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CRASH BROS~!
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You sound amused by that name.
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It's an accurate description of what them Hardys will do.
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The World Wrestling Federation Proudly Presents
D-Generation X: In Your House


World Wrestling Federation Title Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Ken Shamrock

The Degenerates have been running the show in recent times, to the extent that they have earned themselves their very own Pay-Per-View. The leader of the charge is WWF and European Champion, the Heartbreak Kid, Shawn Michaels. But the challenge in front of him isn't just massive...it's Dangerous; in the form of the World's Most Dangerous Man, Ken Shamrock. Michaels has had a taste of what is in store for him if Shamrock "snaps" and goes into his uncontrollable "zone", but Michaels knows every dirty trick in the book and has the backup of his D-X partners. Who will prevail?

World Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Title Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. "The Rock" Rocky Maivia

The Rock and Stone Cold have been going back and forth at each other over the Intercontinental Title, but Rocky upped the stakes when he stole the IC belt from the champion, who was in the midst of defending himself from a Nation attack. Now the Rattlesnake has been provoked and wants his title back...will this end poorly for the young Rock?

World Wrestling Federation Tag Team Title Match
The New Age Outlaws - "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & "Road Dogg" Jesse James vs. The Legion of Doom - Hawk & Animal

This is a rematch from a couple of weeks ago on Raw when the Outlaws stole the titles in most dubious fashion. The LOD promises that they cannot be beaten fair and square by anyone, let alone the Outlaws. They may be right, but will the Outlaws give them the chance to prove it?

World Wrestling Federation Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals
TAKA Michinoku vs. Brian Christopher

The finals of the tournament to crown the first LHW Champion are upon us. TAKA got here by defeating Aguila, while Brian Christopher got here by Kane beating Scott Taylor. With Taylor deemed unfit to compete, after the attack he suffered at the hands of the Big Red Machine, Christopher received a bye into the finals. Will he benefit from the extra rest, or will TAKA be able to keep his momentum going and become the inaugural champion?

4 Round Toughman Fight
Bart Gunn vs. Marc Mero

After weeks of calling out Butterbean without effect, Marc Mero has been given an opportunity to prove all of his bluster is justified in this Toughman bout against Brawl For All veteran Bart Gunn. Will Mero be successful and continue his campaign to call out BB and make a mockery of his wife Sable, or will Bart Gunn shut him up?

Boot Camp Match
Sgt. Slaughter vs. HHH

As a part of D-X's ongoing mockery of...well everything, HHH has zeroed in our beloved Commissioner Slaughter. He has humiliated Slaughter, both physically and verbally, and backed Slaughter into a corner which the old Sarge will have to fight out of. Being 49 and out of the game, has he bitten off more than he can chew against the young Degenerate, or is Hemsley out of his depth, pushing a proud soldier to his breaking point?

The Undertaker vs. Jeff Jarrett
Jeff Jarrett has returned to the WWF after a 2 year hiatus, and he is still a self-entitled jackass...but he may very well be good enough to back that high opinion of himself up. He will get a golden opportunity to prove he's as good as he thinks he is against one of the very best the WWF has to offer in The Phenom, The Undertaker. Can Taker shake off the specter of his little brother and get back into title contention, or will Jeff Jarrett prove how great he is?
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The World Wrestling Federation Proudly Presents
D-Generation X: In Your House


World Wrestling Federation Title Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Ken Shamrock


World Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Title Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. "The Rock" Rocky Maivia


World Wrestling Federation Tag Team Title Match
The New Age Outlaws - "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & "Road Dogg" Jesse James vs. The Legion of Doom - Hawk & Animal


World Wrestling Federation Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals
TAKA Michinoku vs. Brian Christopher


4 Round Toughman Fight
Bart Gunn vs. Marc Mero


Boot Camp Match
Sgt. Slaughter vs. HHH


The Undertaker vs. Jeff Jarrett
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:55 am

The World Wrestling Federation Proudly Presents
D-Generation X: In Your House


World Wrestling Federation Title Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Ken Shamrock

Weasel your way out with the title, weasel boy.

World Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Title Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. "The Rock" Rocky Maivia

Stone Cold lose in the lead-up to WM14? HA!

World Wrestling Federation Tag Team Title Match
The New Age Outlaws - "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & "Road Dogg" Jesse James vs. The Legion of Doom - Hawk & Animal

More denial of a fair fight, please.

World Wrestling Federation Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals
TAKA Michinoku vs. Brian Christopher

INDEED!

4 Round Toughman Fight
Bart Gunn vs. Marc Mero

Bart Gunn don't win things. He just don't.

Boot Camp Match
Sgt. Slaughter vs. HHH

Slaughter's going to have to find himself a younger man to win this war for him.

The Undertaker vs. Jeff Jarrett
I would suspect he's still in line for a title shot at the Rumble, and also, honestly....
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Re: After the Screwjob (TEW 2016)

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WWF D-Generation X: In Your House
Sunday Week 1 December
Joe Louis Arena - Attendance: 21,000


Pre-Show Match: Ahmed Johnson, Bob Holly, Flash Funk & Vader vs. The Blackjacks - Windham & Bradshaw & The Godwins - Phineas & Henry
Vader (7:16) via Vader Bomb on Bradshaw
Rating: C (64)
Pre-Show Match: Scott Taylor vs. Aguila
Aguila (6:34) via submission
Rating: D (42)
Pre-Show Match: The Headbangers - Mosh & Thrasher vs. The Nation of Domination - D'Lo Brown & Kama Mustafa
Thrasher (7:54) via Stage Dive on D'Lo
Rating: C- (58)

Main Show

D-X: IYH starts with the video package that was played repeatedly on Raw, focusing on the WWF Title Match and the Boot Camp Match; the matches featuring the namesake of this show, as well as highlighting the Austin/Rock match. Then we get the pyro display in the arena as Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler welcome us to the show, hyping the D-X matches some more, our four title matches, as well as Marc Mero's toughman fight that has had a surprising turn in the last 72 hours, and the Jeff Jarrett debut against the Underaker
Rating: B (78)


Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals
Brian Christopher vs. TAKA Michinoku
TAKA (10:30) via Michinoku Driver
This match starts out with a fast pace and high flying action, but turns when Too Sexy takes an inadvertent shot which causes him to bite through his lip and begins bleeding profusely. The King leaves his commentary position to tend to his son, and gets a shot or two in on TAKA in retribution. Christopher gets the advantage and goes for the Tennessee Jam, but nobody's home, and TAKA scoops him right up into the Michinoku Driver to get the victory and become the first LHW champion
Rating: D+ (50)


TAKA is awarded the LHW belt by Jerry Briscoe & Pat Patterson as Japanese media documents the special moment; JR and Lawler talk about the moment as they clear the ring and then Los Boricuas & DOA make their entrances for a tag match
Rating: D- (40)


Los Boricuas - Savio & Miguel vs. DOA - Skull & Chainz
Savio (6:01) via pinfall on Skull
This match turned early on as Miguel seemed to twist his knee on a bad landing and was out on the floor leaving Savio to a 1-on-2 disadvantage, but this ended up being a ruse as Miguel worked his way around to incapacitating Chainz, and then hitting a low blow on Skull as Savio worked the ref, then Savio puts it away with a rollup
Rating: C- (55)


Jim Ross then updates us on the Marc Mero/Butterbean situation by interviewing BB, who is here and in his boxing gear. JR was sure that he wasn't answering Mero's challenge but he is here so how did this happen? BB says everything Marc Mero has said about him is a lie, and everything he's said about Sable is disgusting. He has wanted to get his hands on Mero but he had obligations, like his fight last night on the Oscar De La Hoya card, but Sable was there as an honorary ringcard girl, and he saw her and couldn't let the things being said stand. So BB is here to get his hands on Mero, for what he's said about him and what he's said about Sable.
We get a short video package about those incendiary comments made by Mero before we switch to Michael Cole who is with Sable. He asks if Sable's loyalties are split in any way and whose corner will she be in. Sable quickly answers that she's in Marvelous Marc's corner but before she can say anything else Mero interrupts and reminds Sable that he did not give her permission to speak, and that she needs to stop trying to steal his spotlight. And it is his spotlight that will shine bright when he beats that fat tub of crap, Butterbean
Rating: D+ (49)


4 Round Toughman Fight: Butterbean vs. Marc Mero
Butterbean (9:47) via DQ
Round 1 starts off with a feeling out process, but as Mero tries to stall in the ropes, Butterbean hits an illegal roundhouse that knocks Mero clear out the ring. Mero takes his time to gather himself and get back in. The rest of the round is uneventful but Mero tags BB in the back of the head after the bell when BB is going to his corner.
Round 2 has Mero charge BB and hit him with a jumping knee at the bell, then chokes BB with his glove tape which was maliciously loosened between rounds. Mero then forces the thumb of his glove along BB's eyes blinding him as Mero rains combinations on the bigger opponent and even circling him to hit illegal kidney punches. Handily winning the round isn't enough though because after the bell when BB turns his back, Mero hits him with a standing dropkick that drives BB into his corner.
Round 3 has a pissed off BB stalking Mero, cutting off the ring and forcing Mero to engage, which goes the way BB wants and he is able to land good shots and then uncorks a huge right hook that drops Mero at the bell, which saves the loopy Marvelous one
BB jumps right on Mero at the bell for round 4 and delivers a KO blow. Mero staggers trying to get up and then lunges at BB, hammering him with an obvious low blow to get the match thrown out
Rating: C- (57)


As BB gropes around, Mero gets his hands on his wooden stool and breaks it over BB's back, then runs off before BB can recoup and attack.
After they all clear out, Luna Vachon and Gimpdust come out with a mic in hand. Luna declares that Dust is going to exmpress himself in verse, for the audience, as Gimpdust recites a rousing reading of Green Eggs and Ham. Exasperated with him in short order, Luna shoves Dust down to the ground, yanking on his chain and collar while announcing that she's going to punish him like the scum bucket he is.
We go to Michael Cole who is with the LOD, asking how they feel about the opportunity in front of them. Animal prattles on about how nobody can beat them fair and square, so the NAO didn't, and then they ran like sissies. Well tonight, they can't run and they'll get their teeth kicked right down their throats...now tell 'em Hawk! Hawk says the Outlaws remind him of a pair of boogers, lodged way way up his nose that he can't reach, except now he's finally dug deep enough that he got it and rolled the booger around in his fingers and then flicked it away. And the Outlaws are the ones that are about to be flicked...oooooooooh what a booger!
Rating: C (60)

The LOD come out first, followed by the champs with Road Dogg welcoming us to Jurassic Park as your tour guides. They will show us the scary dinosaurs, but you must not feed them because they're dumb and violent. The Outlaws hesitate outside the ring though, until the LOD go to bring them in, sending the NAO scurrying to the back to "stretch properly". But the NAO don't spend long in the back because WWF officials force them to the ringside area and the LOD force them into the ring proper
Rating: B- (73)


WWF Tag Team Title Match
Legion of Doom - Hawk & Animal vs. New Age Outlaws - Billy Gunn & Road Dogg
Outlaws (10:07) via DQ
The LOD beat Dogg and Ass from pillar to post, sending the NAO looking for timeout or a way out, but none are to be found. Animal gets Billy Gunn up for the Doomsday Device but Henry Godwinn runs down with his slop bucket and cracks Animal with it. Hawk gets the bucket, slams Godwinn and then hits Gunn with it, triggering the DQ
Rating: B- (75)


We go to Michael Cole who is with Chyna and HHH, ahead of the boot camp match. Cole asks about HHH's rampant disrespect and whether it will backfire or not. HHH says he's good to go because he has his survival pack all ready; It's got a broken comb for a really bad combover job, metamuciil and prune products to keep you good and regular, and diapers for those just in case moments. HHH wants Slaughter to know this isn't his generation, and this ain't the New Generation either. This is De-generation, and X always marks the spot. And just to show there are no hard feelings, when all is said and done tonight, he's gonna be the bigger man and go over to Sarge's house and let the old lady smoke the "peace pipe".
After HHH and Chyna enter the arena, and we get a replay of the Slaughter retrospective video package from Raw, Jim Cornette interviews The Sarge. Cornette simply asks if Slaughter is ready to fight HHH and the Sarge says he didn't come here to do anything but fight a puke, a maggot. He might be old, but he ain't dead, and this old jarhead is gonna beat that puke up, and beat him bad...and THAT'S an order! Slaughter then comes out to do battle
Rating: C (64)


Boot Camp Match
Sgt. Slaughter vs. HHH
HHH (22:12) via Pedigree on a chair
Slaughter starts out this match on an obvious emotional high, beating HHH all over the place with his riding crop and the whooping him like a government mule with his belt. But HHH rides the early wave and takes control. HHH wears the older man down and locks in a sleeper, only to have the veteran counter it into the Cobra Clutch. Chyna has to get involved then, extricating HHH from the hold then forearm shivering the ref for his troubles. She then goes to get a chair for HHH but is thwarted by Sarge throwing powder in her face. HHH tries to take advantage of the loss of concentration but Slaughter avoids HHH's attempt to hit him with his combat boot and locks the Clutch back in. HHH starts to fade but Chyna has cleared her eyes enough to put a perfect field goal kick right between the goalposts. She slips HHH while Slaughter is incapacitated and a Pedirgree later is all she wrote
Rating: B- (73)


HHH celebrates his win, with Chyna holding him up and Slaughter writhing on the mat, letting everybody know that this is D-X's world and you're just living in it.
In the back, Michael Cole is set to interview Jeff Jarrett about his match and if he's worried facing The Undertaker. Jarrett says he isn't concerned because he's going to show the cream always rises to the crop, and when he buries The Undertaker it'll only be a matter of time till he's the champ. Now get ready to take a look at this!
We then get the entrances, with Jarrett's self-spoken lyrics, and The Undertaker's slow march to the ring
Rating: B- (72)


Jeff Jarrett vs. The Undertaker
Jarrett (6:39) via DQ
Jarrett comes into this with a gameplan of hit-and-run tactics but that works for about 8 seconds before Taker simply overpowers him. Jarrett uses a desperation chop block to create some space and try to wear Taker down for the Figure Four, but Taker bombs his way back and as he looks to go up for his walk-the-rope forearm the lights go out and Kane powers his way to the ring. Jarrett looks expectantly at Kane to go after Taker but Kane grabs Jarrett by the throat instead and destroys him with a chokeslam
Rating: C+ (70)


Kane gets right in Taker's face glaring at his big brother then punking him in the face, trying to provoke the Phenom. When it's clear he won't get a reaction, Kane sets off the ringposts and leaves, just as Jarrett is getting back to his feet and he jumps Taker. Jarrett looks to send a message by locking in the figure four but is easily countered and Taker gives him another Chokeslam for his insolence. But when Taker leaves, a barely lucid Jarrett forces the ref to raise his hand and declare him the winner, as JR very unfortunately notes the record books will show that Jeff Jarrett has debuted with a victory over The Undertaker
Michael Cole is in the upper bowels of the arena with Mark Henry, watching the show. He asks Henry about his attempted rehab and Henry says he's very close to coming back and he's excited about showing everyone what he's capable of. Cole asks him who he thinks is going to win the IC Title match and Henry is all about the Stone Cold, there's no doubt he's winning! We then get a video package for the matchup between Rock and Austin, showing how The Rock has fallen in love with his own success, while Austin has cut his own path, not being a part of a Nation, a faction, or a brotherhood. He's simply imparted his motto of Austin 3:16 without prejudice, with The Nation being the primary recipients of those lessons lately
Rating: B- (72)

Jim Cornette is in the locker room area with The Rock and the Nation. The Rock cuts Cornette off quickly, saying that he's going out there tonight to prove who the most dangerous person is and it's not Austin. He's going to prove tonight that he is the People's Champion, the Best Damned IC Champion eer, and you can watch with your eyeballs right now and see it happen
We then get The Nation of Domination coming out in full effect, with Rocky telling the crowd that it's finally time for him to defend HIS Intercontinental title. This is followed by Stone Cold, who drives his truck right up to ringside. The other members of the Nation try to get involved but Austin cuts them down one by one, including tossing D'Lo Brown into the windshield and then hitting the Stunner on the roof
Rating: B- (74)


WWF Intercontinental TItle Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock
Austin (5:38) via Stunner
It's a wild brawl all the way through, with The Nation's interference being thwarted time and again. Kama does distract Austin long enough that after knocking him away, Austin feels the ref trying to pull him back into the ring action only to eat a Stunner. With the ref down, Rocky goes for a pair of brass knucks but misses wildly on a haymaker and eats a Stunner. As the first ref is starting to come to, a second ref bolts in and makes the count, though the first ref seems to be signaling for the match to be thrown out
Rating: C+ (70)


We get a replay of the finish of the match, and Austin's celebration, in spite of Lawler's opinion that Rocky was screwed.
Jim Cornette is in the locker room area to interview Ken Shamrock. After the short video about Ken Shamrock "snapping" is shown, Cornette asks if Shamrock can counteract HBK's extensive WWF Title match experience advantage. Shamrock points out that he probably has more fight experience than HBK because Ken Shamrock is a fighter. HBK is a great wrestler with experience and conditioning, but when Shamrock gets into his zone, there's only going to be a lot of pain for HBK, and eventually, he's going to be left squealing like a baby!
Rating: B+ (86)

JR interviews Shawn Michaels, with all of D-X. JR asks with all of the shenanigans and lack of respect shown to anybody aside, how can HBK truly not respect Ken Shamrock? HBK wants to remind the tub of goo that they are D-Generation X and what they do has gotten them their own PPV. HHH went out there and didn't even break wind, let alone a sweat (at least until just now), and HBK is gonna go out there and prove what JR feels pain to have to admit; That he's the number one guy in this company, in the entire industry, and he's going to prove it one more time right now!
Rating: B (80)


WWF Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Ken Shamrock
HBK (23:19) via Sweet Chin Music
HBK goes about trying to utilize his speed and agility while Shamrock is looking to score with big bombs. Shamrock walks right through HBK's plan A, so Michaels gets on his bike and stalls and tries to use mind games to out-think Shamrock. That doesn't do it either, so Chyna tries to get involved buying HBK time to water in Shamrock's face but Shamrock catches it and lands a right hand shot that sends the water flying elsewhere. Shamrock pushes more and looks for the belly-to-belly suplex that sets up the Ankle Lock, but HBK latches onto Earl Hebner and then back-kicks Shamrock right...in the shamrocks. HBK then lands the killshot to get the win
Rating: B+ (86)


D-X doesn't just take the win though, as they attack Shamrock with a 3-on-1 assault, until HBK is separated and knocked off the apron, through the Spanish announce table by Owen Hart. Hart then jumps HBK and attacks him until Chyna and HHH can run him off. Owen glares from the crowd as D-X holds the ring with the show closing with JR and King pondering what Owen Hart might have planned for D-X
Rating: A (91)


Rating: C+ (70)
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