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xx Re: RAW RESULTS AND SCREEN CAPS ((*spoilers*))
« Reply #15 on: Nov 2nd, 2004, 08:43am »

It was quite an eventful evening on Raw in terms of new characters as five superstars debuted. Here's the lowdown on those that debuted to get you up to date.

Former WWE Diva Search Contestant Maria debuted on Raw early in the show as she was shown backstage interviewing Tajiri. Vince McMahon mentioned in a media interview a few weeks back that some of the diva search contestants would be brought back and apparently he was telling the truth. Maria will be "The New Terri" if you will and she'll be sharing her backstage announcer duties on Raw with Todd Grisham.

After countless weeks of vignettes, Simon Dean finally made his grand debut. He promoted his weight-loss materials and insulted a few rotund people in the audience. He invited a "fan" into the ring, who was more than likely a local indy worker and insulted his physical appearance. When the "fan" shoved him, Simon retaliated with a submission move.

The monsterous Viscera re-emerged on Raw as Christian's "one night only problem solver" to replace an absent Tyson Tomko. Viscera attacked Shelton Benjamin soon after and the two had a match later in the show with Shelton winning. No word yet if Viscera will be a permanent fixture in WWE this time around or if this was a short-term appearance like his time on Smackdown in September. Although, after Viscera lost to Christian, the impression was given as if Viscera was Christian's new henchman/bodyguard. We shall see next week if Viscera is here to stay or not.

And finally, Muhammad Hassan and Khosrow Daivari debuted as well in a pre-taped video segment, two individuals who are well-known in the indy circuit. They'll be portraying Arab-Americans who have asked fans to not generalize them and confuse them as terrorists. Khosrow Daivari then translated what Hassan said to his "Arab brothers." There is no doubt that this will evoke quite a bit of controversy within the next weeks.

These debuts come on the heels of three long-time WWE employees getting released earlier today, that being Billy Gunn, A-Train and Test. November 1, 2004 will go down as one of the biggest roster re-shuffles in company history.
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xx Re: RAW RESULTS AND SCREEN CAPS ((*spoilers*))
« Reply #16 on: Nov 9th, 2004, 06:06am »

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NOV. 8, 2004

Triple H already had plenty to worry about as we close in on Survivor Series on Nov. 14.

Now this.

The Game received some disconcerting news from future partners Edge and Gene Snitsky Monday night.

While both Superstars will be on Triple H's side come their Classic Survivor Series Elimination tag team match, neither Edge nor Snitsky is lacking in ambition.

In fact, both men informed Triple H that should their team defeat Randy Orton's team in Cleveland, they have very specific plans for when they get their chance to run RAW when Eric Bischoff goes on vacation.

Snitsky and Edge made their intentions quite clear: They want a shot at Triple H's World Heavyweight Championship.

With tensions between friends and foes already sky high, there was an explosion of disdain during the main event.

Edge and Chris Benoit had just begun to settle into their match when Randy Orton, Maven, a ticked off Chris Jericho, Triple H, Batista and Snitsky all worked their way down to the ring.

Triple H seemingly found enemies all around him. Clearly, Orton's buddies have it in for the champ. But even Snitsky and Edge made it known that their loyalty only runs as deep as their opportunity.

Meanwhile, Christian's plan to see Intercontinental Champion Shelton Benjamin roughed up by Tyson Tomko before their showdown at Survivor Series backfired.

Benjamin not only defeated Tomko, he caught Christian with a kick to the face during the match for good measure.

The dastardly Snitsky continued to terrorize Lita.

After Lita and Trish Stratus exchanged words on Chris Jericho's Highlight Reel, Snitsky came out with a baby doll, eventually punting the doll into the crowd, mocking Lita throughout.

He then punished Y2J after the host came to Lita's defense. He also crushed Tajiri before Triple H could ever start his match with last week's comedian.

Earlier in the night, Randy Orton survived Batista in a marathon opening match.
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xx Re: RAW RESULTS AND SCREEN CAPS ((*spoilers*))
« Reply #17 on: Nov 10th, 2004, 09:08am »

Poor Triple H, now even Dave is eyeing up the world title cheesy
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« Reply #18 on: Nov 10th, 2004, 09:49am »

But has as much chance of winning it as Gillberg....
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« Reply #19 on: Nov 10th, 2004, 09:51am »

Dave is only going as far as the IC title, imo...sad but true cry
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xx Re: RAW RESULTS AND SCREEN CAPS ((*spoilers*))
« Reply #20 on: Nov 16th, 2004, 03:28am »

WWE RAW Report (11/15/04) - Indianapolis, Indiana
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Triple H was the luckiest man in Indianapolis Monday night..

Maven was the first member of Randy Orton’s winning Survivor Series team to be named General Manager of RAW, and he decided to make his one-night-only job a memorable one by giving himself a shot at Triple H’s World Heavyweight Championship.

Following the announcement, The Game met Maven in his office and tried to persuade the new GM that he should join Evolution. Maven thought things over, but in the end decided to go for the World Heavyweight Championship.

Evolution members Ric Flair and Batista were ejected from ringside early on in the contest leaving Triple H at a distinct disadvantage since Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit had accompanied Maven to the ring as well.

Triple H survived attacks from Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit and Randy Orton throughout his match with Maven, but in the end he had Gene Snitsky to thank.

After being knocked out by Randy Orton, Snitsky came down to ringside and gave Orton a dose of his own medicine. Then he entered the ring, staring both Triple H and Maven in the face. The red-hot Conseco Field House crowd didn’t know whom Snitsky was after, but he answered all of the questions when he gave the big boot to Maven. Triple H then hit the pedigree and the rest was academic.

Triple H escaped the Conseco Field House with Championship by the skin of his teeth, but he has to endure three more weeks of his enemies calling the shots.

While Triple H was able to keep his World Heavyweight Championship, La Resistance was not as fortunate with their World Tag Team Championships. General Manager Maven signed a Triple Threat Elimination match with Eugene & William Regal and Rhyno & Tajiri getting a shot at the belts.

After Rhyno missed a GORE, Sylvan Grenier went for the pin while Robert Conway held Rhyno’s leg for the pinfall and the elimination. Later on in the match, while the referee was distracted, Conway hit Grenier with a flagpole by accident. Instead of going right for the pin, Regal tagged in Eugene who hit the People’s Elbow for the pin. After the match, Eugene invited four of his youngest and biggest fans into the ring for a celebration.

For the first time in almost three years, one of the most successful tag teams in WWE history was paired up again as Christian and Edge took on Shelton Benjamin and Chris Benoit. Edge didn’t hide the fact that he felt he deserved better and should be in a World Heavyweight Championship match, and his frustration was even more clear following the match. After Benjamin pinned Christian, Edge took out his anger on his tag-team partner, throwing him into the steel ring post.

Lita was also in action taking on Molly Holly. Unlike Survivor Series, where she broke Trish Stratus’ nose, Lita kept her emotions in check at RAW. After some back-and-forth action, Lita slapped a sleeper hold on Molly and turned it into a rear-naked choke, prompting Molly to tap out. After the match, Stratus came to the ring wearing a protective face mask to cover her nose, and she then complained to Lita. Lita simply shoved Stratus in her injured face, leaving her whining in the ring.

Simon Dean also made another appearance, but this time Rosey took offense to his words over the past couple of weeks and confronted him.

Also, Christy Hemme defeated Stacy Keibler in a Lingerie Pillow Fight.

Earlier in the evening, Randy Orton took out Jonathan Coachman.

And … Mohammed Hassan is coming.

MATCH RESULTS
Eugene & William Regal defeat La Resistance and Tajiri & Rhyno (Triple-Threat Elimination Match; new World Tag Team Champions)

Lita def. Molly Holly
Randy Orton def. Jonathan Coachman
Shelton Benjamin & Chris Benoit def. Christian & Edge
Christy def. Stacy Keibler (Lingerie Pillow Fight)
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H def. Maven

Raw 11.15) Lingerie & Pillow Fight - Christy Hemme vs. Stacy Kiebler
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xx Re: RAW RESULTS AND SCREEN CAPS ((*spoilers*))
« Reply #21 on: Nov 18th, 2004, 02:14am »

Shane McMahon was in attendance at Raw Monday night (as well as Survivor Series) as he watched the last 30 minutes or show of the show from the hard camera area. He could have been there longer, but I didn’t notice him until then. He was very friendly with everyone that approached him after the show, signing autographs for anyone that asked.

Take this as speculation right now, but talk is that on week four of the “inmates running to asylum” on Raw will feature Randy Orton as GM, and since he will not be able to challenge HHH for the title, he will give his shot to… Batista.
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xx Re: RAW RESULTS AND SCREEN CAPS ((*spoilers*))
« Reply #22 on: Nov 18th, 2004, 10:52am »

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Take this as speculation right now, but talk is that on week four of the “inmates running to asylum” on Raw will feature Randy Orton as GM, and since he will not be able to challenge HHH for the title, he will give his shot to… Batista.



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« Reply #23 on: Nov 18th, 2004, 12:17pm »

hehe - you're turning into a right fan smiley

Hey anything to cause conflict in Evolution...
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xx WWE RAW Report (11/22/04) - Buffalo, New York
« Reply #24 on: Nov 23rd, 2004, 01:56am »

WWE RAW Report (11/22/04) - Buffalo, New York

RAW opens with Shelton Benjamin in the locker room and he turns around to find Trish wrapped in a towel in the locker room. Trish feels the need to flirt with Shelton and before anything more can happen, they’re interrupted by Vince McMahon. When he looks at everything, he says that the very moral fiber is coming apart. This seems like a segment to mock the FCC. After Shelton leaves after telling Vince to lighten up, Trish drops the towel and leaps into Vince’s arms and the NFL music plays. Vince: Are you ready for some wrestling?

Chris Benoit’s music hits and he addresses the fans and the energy they’re exuding as Benoit came out. Chris Benoit is the interim GM for tonight and he didn’t know what to expect tonight. The matches tonight will include Maven vs. Gene Snitsky, Batista vs. Chris Jericho, and there will be a triple threat match between Molly, Lita, and Trish. Next involves Jonathan Coachman. That match will be The Coach vs. Jim Ross. Benoit then points to a cage above the ring and there will be a cage match for the World title between Triple H and Chris Benoit himself.

Match #1 (Singles) - Gene Snitsky vs. Maven:

As Maven comes down to the ring, Snitsky hits a couple of knees to keep Maven out. Maven then gets in a cheap shot that lets him finally get into the ring. He dropkicks Snitsky out of the ring and Maven pounds on him as he comes back in. Maven is whipped, but he grabs the ropes. Snitsky clotheslines Maven and then stomps away at him.

He goes out of the ring and wraps Maven’s arms around the ring post. He crushes Maven’s head with his knee and then goes back in to drop the elbow on him. Snitsky goes for a pin, but Maven kicks out. Snitsky puts Maven into a half Boston crab. Snitsky continues to attack Maven after he lets up on the hold, but Maven comes back with a Russian leg sweep. Maven goes up top and he hits a flying cross body. He goes up top on the other side and connects with a flying bulldog. Snitsky kicks out of the pin cover and Maven is whipped into the corner. Maven jumps over Snitsky, but Snitsky connects with a big boot and finishes him off with a pumphandle slam.

Winner: Gene Snitsky

Commercial Break

Backstage Action:

Triple H is angry about having to face Benoit for the title and Batista says he’ll have his back, but Triple H is less than thrilled. He bets $200 that Batista will lose the match.

We see Stacy in the ring firing off t-shirts and then she takes the mic. She pulls an ECW DVD out of her skirt and is ready to give it to the crowd until she is interrupted by Simon Dean. He came out when he heard ECW and he wanted to give everyone a copy of a DVD they can use because ECW = Eating Causes Weight gain. He pulls out a Simon System DVD and with this DVD, not only will people lose weight but they’ll feel great too. He says that girls like Stacy will only go for people like Simon. Stacy says that isn’t true and he decides to after Stacy, but then he is interrupted by the Hurricane and they eventually get into a fight. Simon Dean low blows the superhero and pulls out a weight belt. He whips Hurricane with it and Rosey comes out to make the save. Simon Dean hightails out of the ring and Stacy comes back in to check on the Hurricane.

Backstage, a couple of girls are talking about what happened between Triple H and Batista and then we see Batista and Flair come out and Batista is angry about what Triple H had to say about him. Up next will be Batista vs. Jericho as we go to commercial.

Match #2 (Singles) - Chris Jericho vs. Batista:

They lock up and Batista runs Jericho into a corner and lets him have it. Jericho is whipped into a turnbuckle, but he elbows out. He goes after Batista, but he gets picked up and ran into the turnbuckle. Jericho is still having a hard time gaining any offense on Batista as Batista drops a few knees to Jericho’s skull.

Batista works Jericho over with punches and then whips him into the opposite end. Jericho counters out of the corner by dropkicking Batista in the knees and then nails Batista with an enziguiri. He knocks Batista out of the ring and then connects with a cross body. Back in the ring, Jericho goes up top and lands a cross body. Batista kicks out , and he comes back with a sidewalk slam as Jericho comes off the ropes. Batista sets him up for a powerbomb, but Jericho rolls over into a sunset flip, but Batista kicks out. Batista comes back by putting Jericho in a Tree of Woe and stomping on him. Batista pulls back on Jericho’s neck, but he doesn’t let go and is disqualified.

Winner by DQ: Chris Jericho

Post-match, Batista attacks Jericho from behind with a clothesline and then we see him backing up the ramp as we go to commercial.

Backstage, we see Triple H clapping for Batista. Triple H wants to know if he’ll give him his $100 now or later. Triple H says Batista blew it because he wanted him to win the match. Triple H insults Batista and Batista replies with “screw you".

We see The Grish with Edge and he wants him to describe the action that occurred last week when Edge attacked Christian. The Grish wants to know why Christian was attacked. Edge replies by saying that he is a lone wolf and he is tired of being a tag team competitor, he wants a shot at the World title. Edge decides to conduct an informal poll to see whether or not he deserves a title match. He first asks Christy and Maria, who both say no. He asks the question again, but he ends up insulting Christy. He asks a few of the crew members, one of which who says no and that he voted for HBK at Taboo Tuesday. Edge tries to rough him up, but Benoit puts a stop to that and now it’s time for another commercial.

Match #3 (Singles) - Jonathan Coachman vs. Jim Ross:

The Coach takes the stick and he proceeds to taunt JR. Benoit shows up on the TitanTron, and he says that there has been another misunderstanding. Benoit thought that when the Coach wrote JR, he thought it meant “Just Rhyno". Rhyno runs down and the Coach nails him with the mic. The Coach is really letting Rhyno have it, but then he gets into an argument with the ref, allowing Rhyno to recover and score with the Gore.

Winner: Rhyno

Backstage, we see Lita getting ready for the triple threat title match as we go to commercial.

The WWE Slam of the Week recaps Trish whining about having to wear the face mask due to Lita’s attack a couple of weeks ago.

Match #4 (Triple Threat Women’s Title) - Lita vs. Molly Holly vs. Trish Stratus ©:

Molly goes after Lita and they proceed to double team her. They go for a double suplex, but Lita sneaks out of it and hits a double clothesline. Lita attacks Trish and she splashes her and Molly in a corner. Lita takes down Trish, but Molly recovers and attacks Lita from behind. Trish is taking on Lita again and she latches on a rear naked choke from the top rope. More double teaming from the heels and as Molly picks up Lita, Lita tries to fight back but they both stomp on her.

Molly hits a swinging neckbreaker but Trish rolls up Molly, and Molly kicks out. They get into an argument and Lita goes after Trish. She knocks down Molly and continues on Trish, but Molly comes back and Lita takes her out again. Molly ends up tossing Lita out of the ring and she then goes up top to connect with the Molly-Go-Round. Lita breaks up the pin and Lita is whipped. Lita delivers a hurricanrana followed by a spike DDT, but as she goes for the pin, Trish breaks it up and pins Molly to retain the title.

Winner: Trish Stratus

Post-match, Lita latches on a rear naked choke on Trish and then leaves the ring.

Backstage, Batista is being checked on by trainers and Flair doesn’t want Batista to make Orton’s mistake. Flair is trying to convince Batista to back down, but he is tired of being insulted by Triple H. Flair thinks Batista should apologize to Triple H, but Batista doesn’t see things that way. Batista says he’ll go find Triple H, but if he does something, he’s not going to regret it.

Match #5 (Six Man Tag) - Shelton Benjamin, William Regal & Eugene vs. Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) & La Resistance:

William Regal and Rob Conway kicks things off. They exchange blows and Grenier is tagged in. William Regal hits a snapmare and then tags in Eugene. Eugene comes off the top with an ax handle. He is on the offensive, but as he goes for the Stunner, Grenier fights out and shoves him into Christian. Christian is eventually tagged in and he lays it into Eugene. Christian tags in Conway and they double team Eugene. Conway goes for a pin, but Eugene kicks out. Conway latches on a modified rear chin lock. Eugene tries to fight out, and he connects with a couple of battering rams, but Conway connects with a knee. Eugene manages to tag in Benjamin and he cleans house. Christian works Benjamin over with punches, but is met with a flapjack. Benjamin connects with a flying clothesline on Conway, but Tomko breaks up the pin. Christian is sent flying into Tomko and La Resistance double team Shelton Benjamin. This match is won when Eugene hits the Stunner and Benjamin follows it up with the T-Bone Suplex on Rob Conway.

Winner: Shelton Benjamin, Eugene & William Regal

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« Reply #25 on: Nov 23rd, 2004, 01:56am »

Post-match, Eugene brings in a few kids and they run around the ring followed by a group hug.

Afterwards, another Hussan/Daivari promo plays.

Up next will be the Cage Match between Benoit and Triple H.

The Smackdown Rebound recaps the Carlito vs. John Cena match for the US Title, in which John Cena regains what was rightfully his, as well as the ensuing beatdown at the hands of Jesus Aguilera.

Match #6 (Cage, World Title) - Chris Benoit vs. Triple H ©:

Before this match can get under way, we are interrupted by Ric Flair calling for a doctor. We find out that Triple H has been attacked backstage, and apparently Batista was the culprit. Benoit comes back and he wants his title match one way or another, even if he has to drag Triple H’s carcass down to the ring. Edge shows up and he gets into an argument with Chris Benoit. He decides that if he can’t have his title match, he’ll be facing Edge inside that steel cage and he shoves Edge down as we go to commercial.

Edge vs. Chris Benoit:

Benoit kicks Edge in the gut and the two begin to exchange blows. Edge is whipped, and Benoit connects with an elbow. Benoit continues to lay into Edge, but then Edge clobbers Benoit and he is in control. He tries to ram Benoit’s head into the turnbuckle, but Benoit counters and rams Edge’s head instead. He chops away at Edge and then drags him over and slams him into the other corner. Edge sends Benoit for a hard Irish whip and then Edge mounts him to deliver some punches. Edge continues to work on Benoit and then delivers a vertical suplx. Edge tries to climb the cage, but Benoit recovers and crotches him.

Benoit hits a back suplex and then he tries to climb the cage, but Edge attacks him from behind. Benoit is finally taken down after a few punches to the back, but Benoit recovers and sends Edge into the side of the cage. Benoit connects with an elbow drop and then follows it up with a baseball slide to crush Edge into the cage.

Benoit tries for the crossface, but Edge has the ropes and he is able to counter it. Edge hits an elbow drop and then sends Benoit into a corner. Benoit fights out of it and catapults Edge into the turnbuckle. Benoit tries to roll up Edge, but Edge kicks out. Benoit decides to climb the cage, but Edge recovers and crotches him. Edge bites Benoit’s hand and then delivers a few clubbing blows. Benoit is upside down in the Tree of Woe and Edge kicks him in the chest. Edge tries to charge at Benoit, but Benoit kicks him in the head.

Both men are down, but they recover. Both men are knocked down as Benoit goes after Edge, and Edge hits the turnbuckle and delivers an elbow in the process. As we go to commercial, we see Batista watching the match from the back.

Returning to RAW, Edge has Benoit in a rear naked choke and Benoit is able to fight back. Benoit tries for the rolling Germans, but Edge fights out of it. Benoit is down and busted open as Edge proceeds to mock him. Edge is climbing the cage, but just as he is able, Benoit manages to grab a hold of Edge’s ankle. Benoit manages to bring Edge back down and he connects with the rolling Germans and then some. Benoit signals for the headbutt, and he decides to climb the cage instead. Edge miraculously recovers and he tries to take Benoit down, but Benoit knocks him off and he hits the flying headbutt.

Benoit goes for a pin, but Edge kicks out. Benoit puts Edge into the Crossface, but Edge rolls over to the ropes. Edge sends Benoit into the cage and then begins to pound on him. The cage door is opening as both competitors are right there. Benoit slams the door shut on Edge’s head and Benoit ends up winning this match as Edge spears Benoit out of the cage.

Winner: Chris Benoit

Post-match, Flair confronts Batista and Flair is pissed. Flair wants Batista to get the hell out of here, but Batista decides to head down to the ring to finish what he’s started and he issues Flair an ultimatum. Batista heads for the ring as we go to commercial.

Batista is in the ring and he is calling out Triple H. He doesn’t want his title, at least not yet. Triple H’s music hits and he can be seen limping to the ring with Flair and trainers trying to get him to turn back. Testosterone is flowing as the two man butt heads. Triple H has only one thing to say to Batista, and that’s good job. We’ve all been fooled!!! Triple H actually had us thinking that he was going to go after Batista and he thanks the doctor for playing a part in this whole charade. Everyone continues to revel in their success in pulling this trick off. Triple H still feels Batista should have beaten Jericho, but the night is young and Triple H is still the World Heavyweight Champion.

Triple H wants to have a celebration, but he is interrupted by Randy Orton. He believs that he wasn’t what they expected, and he congratulates Triple H for pulling off a good swerve. Next week Orton will be the GM, and Triple H feigns fear. Triple H reminds him that he can not get a title shot, and Orton knows that. He’ll give Triple H a few options. One being it’ll be Orton vs. Triple H and if Orton wins, the stipulation is lifted. Triple H says that it won’t happen.

Since he turned that down, he’l be facing everybody behind Door #2, and everyone from the locker room proceeds to come out. He’ll be facing everybody in a company wide over the top rope battle royal. Batista will also be involved and that battle royal will be for the World Heavyweight Championship.

END OF SHOW
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xx Re: RAW RESULTS AND SCREEN CAPS ((*spoilers*))
« Reply #26 on: Nov 23rd, 2004, 11:28am »

Curse them for teasing a Batista face turn sad i was looking forward to seeing him kick H`s ass cry
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xx WWE RAW Report (11/29/04) - Baltimore, Maryland
« Reply #27 on: Dec 1st, 2004, 03:31am »

WWE RAW Report (11/29/04) - Baltimore, Maryland

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-Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler introduced the show as they cut to the ring and showed a number of wrestlers already standing in mid-ring for the battle royal. Batista and Chris Jericho got their full ring entrances. Rhyno, Steven Richards, and most surprisingly Coach were among those who did not. Edge and Chris Benoit did not get their entrances, even though they’re booked to be co-winners. Vince McMahon then stepped out with a mic in hand. He said Triple H would not be taking part in the battle royal. He said the reason for that is “anyone can win a battle royal, which means anyone could be World Heavyweight Champion.” He asked what if Steven Richards won the battle royal? He implied that would disgrace WWE. McMahon said instead, the winner of the battle royal would face Hunter in the main event for the title. I don’t know if it was intentional or not, but this qualifies as another “bait and switch.” The concept of Hunter being in the battle royal is more intriguing for exactly the reasons McMahon said, so baiting people to tune in to see Hunter in a battle royal only to switch it to a different set of circumstances is another notch against any trust viewers have in anything they hear on WWE TV.

1 — BATTLE ROYAL FOR A TITLE SHOT

As usual, everyone stood around and punched each other at first. A group ganged up on Viscera to eliminate him first. Tajiri eliminated Rhyno next, prompting Ross to say, “It is indeed every man for himself.” Tomko was eliminated third followed by Sylvain. Then Eugene eliminated Maven before they cut to a break at 4:00.

[Commercial Break]

Snitsky went on a streak of eliminating wrestlers including William Regal, Robert Conway, Rosey, and Hurricane. Batista then went on a streak of eliminating wrestlers including Eugene, Tajiri, Val Venis, Christian, and Ric Flair. Flair threw a fit when Batista eliminated him with a clothesline. Batista reacted as if it wasn’t intentional and he just didn’t know who he turned and hit until it was too late. Flair jumped over the ring barrier and then back to ringside, screaming and ranting. They cut to another break.

[Commercial Break]

After returning from the break, Snitsky was eliminated, leaving a final six of Chris Jericho, Shelton Benjamin, Steven Richards, Edge, Batista, and Chris Benoit. Richards got cocky in mid-ring, flaunting that he outlasted Snitsky. Everyone attacked him and easily eliminated him. Jericho eliminated Benjamin. Jericho was eliminated next. Benoit and Edge battled. Batista hit Benoit from behind and set up a Batista Bomb, but Edge dropkicked Batista from behind. Batista flew over the top rope and Benoit landed on the ring apron. The crowd booed Batista’s elimination, wanting to see a truly fresh match of Hunter vs. Batista, who is hotter right now by far than Orton was right before his babyface turn. WWE should even consider turning Batista right away and turning Orton back heel and then commit to that for at least a year or two so neither Orton nor Batista end up losing credibility with fans for turning too often (the Lex Luger/Kurt Angle syndrome). Benoit attempted to back suplex Edge off the ring apron. Edge held onto the top rope. Both wrestlers fell to the floor feet-first, resulting in a tie. The two referees disagreed over who hit the ground first, raising each wrestlers’ hands.

WINNERS: Edge and Batista at 18:00.

[Commercial Break]

-After the break, they showed the replay from the original angle where the ring blocked the view. They showed another angle where the ref obscured the view. A third view was shown where again the ref (and, annoyingly, the Raw logo), obscured the view. A fourth still-shot was shown with both feet on the floor, but the fact that they didn’t show that footage in motion indicates that it was clear one hit before the other from that unobstructed view, and they didn’t want that shown.

-Vince McMahon told guest G.M. Randy Orton that he had a decision to make. Edge stormed into the room and said he won and he deserves the title match. McMahon told him that decision was Orton’s. Edge told Orton they’ve had differences in the past, but if he gives him his title shot, he can have match against him after he wins the belt. He claimed he was screwed at Taboo Tuesday so now is his time. Orton said he had to think about it. Edge didn’t like that answer. Orton told him to back off. Edge implored him to do the right thing. He even said “please,” then screamed, “I need this.” Orton said, “Okay, fine I’ll think about it.” Edge grabbed his head in frustration.

-Maven told Benjamin backstage that he’s had two chances to become WWE Champion the last three weeks and nothing came of it. Eugene walked in with a doll. Maven told him he cost him his shot. He wondered how he even had a belt. Benjamin told him to calm down. Maven said Eugene can’t even spell “title,” yet he has one. Eugene then spelled “title” correctly, proving Maven wrong, drawing some laughs. When Maven made a move toward Eugene, William Regal stepped in.

-Candice asked Orton if he had a moment. Instinctively, Orton kept walking, but then stopped and said he would make time for Candice. She asked him if she showed too much cleavage. Orton told her that her dress was appropriate and she’s believable. Chris Benoit then walked up to Orton and demanded to talk about the title match situation. Benoit said they won at Survivor Series and they should be running the show, but they keep getting shafted. Orton said if he gives Benoit the title shot, he knows he’d win. Orton said he was headed to the ring with a huge announcement and he’d put an end to the controversy.

[Commercial Break]

-Lawler and Ross plugged the WWE.com online poll: Who do you think won the battle royal? Edge or Benoit? How does one even have an informed opinion on that? Lawler said at the WWE website, he was chatting with fans in a live chatroom. “I’m multitasking!” he said. Orton then said an announcer would be wrestling. J.R. got nervous and Lawler chuckled. Orton said it would be Lawler, who was celebrating his birthday, facing Ric Flair in a legends match. Lawler was happy. He took off his headset so he could go change into his wrestling gear. Wait, even though he rarely wrestles on Raw, he always wears his wrestling gear. Orton then shifted to talking about the battle royal controversy. Orton said if one of them faces Hunter, there’s a 50 percent chance Hunter will walk out of champion. Orton said in order to reduce Hunter’s odds to 33 percent, he was putting all three in the ring at once. Orton still looks like he’s forcing his babyface persona.

2 — LITA & VICTORIA vs. TRISH STRATUS & MOLLY HOLLY

Lita and Victoria came out to Lita’s music. Trish and Molly came out to Trish’s music. No surprise. If there’s a difference between the stature of partners, the bigger name gets the music. If they’re even or close to even, rather than bruise egos, they usually have each come out to his or her own music. Coach joined Ross on commentary. You knew that was coming. He said he would be with Ross for the rest of the show. At 5:00 Victoria hot-tagged in Lita, who pounded away at Trish with a flurry of offense, then knocked Molly off the ring apron. Coach complained she was using closed fists. Coach said Lita was way too aggressive for him. Molly broke up a sleeper by Lita on Trish. A minute later Lita DDT’d Trish for a clean pin.

WINNERS: Lita & Victoria at 6:50.

[Commercial Break]

-A compilation vignette aired of past vignettes with Hassan and Daivari. It came across as if they were very angry and volatile. Nothing new, but the way it was spliced together shows that they plan to keep going forth with this gimmick which is meant to exploit the fears non-Arab-Americans have of Arab-looking people in America while copping out by saying they’re not terrorists, just innocent guys who are bitter and overreacting to discrimination against them.

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3 — RIC FLAIR vs. JERRY LAWLER

Coach talks a lot more than Lawler usually does. Coach and Ross talked about the career accomplishments of Flair and Lawler. Flair did the flop early on. At 3:45 when Flair made a comeback, Lawler pulled his strap down to signal his comeback. Lawler hit the fistdrop off the second rope. He hit a second time. That meant a lot more before those luchadors from Mexico and that damn Mick Foley ruined everything for people like Lawler. Lawler scored a near fall with an inside cradle on Flair. Flair clipped Lawler from behind, then applied the figure-four. Lawler’s shoulders were down so the ref counted to two before he lifted his left shoulder. Coach declared that Flair was about to beat Lawler. Lawler was about to reverse it, but Flair grabbed the middle rope to stop it. Then Lawler tapped out.

WINNER: Flair at 6:18.

-Orton showed disappointment backstage that Lawler didn’t win. Orton then gave Melina, a Raw Diva Wannabe, a job. She said if there was anything she could do to pay him back, let him know. Maria, another Raw Diva Wannabe, stepped in. He told them both he had a great idea. He was going to have them compete in a lingerie contest. Orton still comes across as a conceited ladies man rather than a likable, entertaining “wanna have a beer with him” type figure like Rock, Mick Foley, and Steve Austin.

-Coach and Lawler plugged the Triple Threat Match. Ross noted that Benoit has never lost a triple threat match against Hunter.

-WrestleMania Recall was Benoit making Hunter tap last year at WrestleMania 20 to win the World Hvt. Title.

[Commercial Break]

-A brief personal profile aired on Shelton Benjamin.

-Randy Orton said as G.M., it’s his duty to delivery a hot show, and that includes hot women. He called a gathering of women to the ring including Malena, Maria, and Candice. He announced a lingerie pageant with them along with Christy Hemme, . Orton said he Spike TV wouldn’t allow any extra time for the show, so the women wouldn’t have time to change. They’d have to disrobe, revealing whatever they were wearing already. All of the women, of course, were more than eager and willing. One at a time, the women stripped down. Coach said everyone in the arena and watching at home wants to be Randy Orton (other than straight women, gay men, men who are into fat women, normal-looking women, ethnic women, older women, or even their woman), getting an up-close look. Ross said, “I have a feeling this is going to be TiVo’d to death. Orton said after each stripped down that it was time for a group hug. Orton came across more like a guy at a feast throwing scraps to the starving peons than a cool guy “just like us.” He comes across as patronizing.

[Commercial Break - including a Simon Dean spot]

4 — EUGENE & WILLIAM REGAL vs. LA RESISTANCE — World Tag Team Title match

Eugene won with a Stunner on Conway. During the post-match celebration, Maven yanked Eugene out of the ring and rammed him into the ringside stairs. The crowd booed Maven. Coach said he didn’t know why Maven did it, but he liked it. Ross said that was going too far.

WINNERS: Eugene & Regal at 3:45 to retain the World Tag Titles.

[Commercial Break]

-Chris Jericho told Trish that she looks good even with the nose protector. Trish said she doesn’t mind losing because she’s still champion. Trish then told Jericho it’s been so long since he’s been champion, he probably doesn’t remember what being a champ was like. Jericho said next week when he’s G.M., it will be the biggest party ever on Raw. Jericho asked Trish to let him know if she knows any “hot chicks.” Jericho told her she is going to defend the Women’s Title next week against Lita. “Party on, Trish,” said Jericho. “See you next week.”

-Flair told Batista they should have master minded a strategy to win the battle royal together in order to protect Hunter. Batista didn’t confirm he agreed with Flair. Hunter then walked in. Flair told Hunter he has his back and he’s behind him every night. Batista just looked at Hunter and said, “Yeah, I’ve got your back, too, man.” He said so unconvincingly. Batista has something that many wrestlers don’t have - a natural sense of how to communicate a point without subtlety rather than overacting. He’s not just getting more cheers than Orton these days, he’s also already more likable than Orton in terms of his on-air persona. He’s the surprising rising star of the year so far as far as camera presence and charisma. Now if his matches keep improving, his weak point won’t be as big of a liability as it seemed it would be just six months ago.

[Commercial Break]

-A plug aired for “WWE 24/7.” Coach and Ross plugged it. When Ross says he’s going to be watching “WWE 24/7,” I tend to believe him. I can’t think of one of his play-by-play colleagues whom I could say that about. Not Michael Cole or Marc Loyd or Todd Grisham.

5 — TRIPLE H vs. CHRIS BENOIT vs. EDGE — World Hvt. Title match

The usual pre-commercial batch of rapid-fire spots with no one gaining the advantage. Benoit knocked Hunter and Edge over the top rope with a clothesline at 2:45, then dove through the ropes onto both. That led to the commercial break, of course.

[Commercial Break]

Coach said the three-way match was completely unfair for Triple H. Yet again, no matter what happens, the goal is to make fans ever-frustrated with Hunter somehow finding a way to escape an odds-against-him situation with the title. When Benoit applied a Crossface, Batista and Flair ran to the ring. Batista yanked Benoit off of Hunter. Orton ran to the ring and ordered Batista and Flair to the back. Batista left willingly with a smile on his face. Flair threw a bit more of a protest. Edge rolled up Hunter from behind for a near fall. Edge followed up with a DDT on Hunter for a near fall. At the top of the hour, Ross reset the scene for the tends of thousands of new viewers who always watch the overrun but not much else. Hunter went for a Pedigree, but Edge countered, then Benoit gave Hunter a German suplex. He followed by snap-suplexing Edge onto Triple H. Hunter rolled out of the ring. Benoit applied the Sharpshooter on Edge. Ross said it was only a matter of time, confirming it was only a matter of time before something happened to break up the hold. Hunter threw Orton head-first into the ringpost at ringside. Then he entered the ring and broke up the submission hold. Benoit threw Edge in a spear-like move into Hunter in the corner. Benoit gave Edge consecutive German suplexes. Hunter set Benoit up for a Pedigree, but Benoit backdropped out of it, sending Hunter to the floor. Benoit climbed to the top rope. Edge caught him up there. Benoit headbutted Edge to the mat. The ref got knocked down. Hunter shoved Benoit to the mat, which in a three-way match is legal. Hunter then grabbed a chair. Orton yanked it away from him, then bashed Hunter across the skull with a chair. Hunter bumped into the front rows of seats. Coach declared, “We are going to have a new champion right here, right now, tonight.” Benoit put Edge in a Crossface. Edge came close to tapping. The crowd was standing and cheering. Edge powered Benoit onto his back and the ref counted Benoit’s shoulders down as Edge tapped. Edge, who was bleeding from his nose, held the World Title belt in his arms. His music began to play. Benoit protested as two refs argued over what happened. Earl Hebner yanked the belt away from Edge and gave it to Benoit. Benoit’s music played. Benoit held the belt over his head in the corner. Mike Keota yanked the belt away from Benoit and gave it back to Edge. Orton entered the ring and talked with the refs. Hunter was shown just coming to at ringside. He screamed, “No!” Ross said history was just made, but they don’t know who the champion is. The logical thing to do would be to have Edge and Benoit have a rematch without Hunter involved to crown the champion, but that won’t be what happens since somehow Hunter will have to end up keeping the belt by fluke.

WINNER: Edge or Benoit at 14:27.

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WWE RAW Report
Aired LIVE! From Charlotte, NC
December 6th, 2004
Reported By: The Worm, rajah.com RAW reporter

Sorry for not being around last week, but I didn’t have the internet set up at my place and had to wait to get it installed. Things should hopefully be back to normal for now. smiley Gotta give a shout out back to my readers as I noticed that someone gave a shout out to me (his name escapes me, sorry) in the results of a recent house show.

Tonight is the last night Orton’s team will be running RAW and it’ll be Chris Jericho in charge tonight. What about that triple threat match last week? That was awesome, but you know that the WWE is going to abandon all logic and Triple H will keep his belt a la fluke.

Jericho is in the ring and welcome to RAW is Jericho. Jericho starts by welcoming the crowd to his show and he says he’ll talk about whether Edge or Benoit is the World Heavyweight Champion. Tonight will be the biggest party in the history of the WWE and no good party would ever be complete without getting “laid” and with that, Hawaiian leis begin to drop from the ceiling (and you thought the fans would actually get laid, you perverts).

Jericho goes through some of the matches for tonight and then introduces his band Fozzy, who is standing on the stage. He draws the crowd’s attention to the Jeritron 5000 to take a look at the controversial footage from last week’s triple threat match. IMO, Edge didn’t start tapping until the ref’s hand counted 3, so that would make Edge the new World Heavyweight Champion.

Jericho isn’t sure what to decide, so he decides to bring out someone who would know what to say, and that is the Chairman of the Board, Vince McMahon. He comes down to the ring with the World Heavyweight title in hand, and you know Triple H will get his belt back. The WWE doesn’t always want to capitalize on the present logic, so we will more than likely not see Edge vs. Chris Benoit to determine the World Heavyweight Champion.

Vince McMahon goes on about ties and before he can continue, his son-in-law proceeds to come out, presumably thinking he’s gonna be handed back his title. Vince only has one word appropriate for Triple H, and that is congratulations. Congratulations folks, you’re looking at a best-selling author. Vince plugs Triple H’s fitness book, but he knows that’s not why Triple H is out here. Vince McMahon then plugs Blade: Trinity, in which Triple H plays a vampire named Jarko Grimwood. Triple H tries to take the belt back, but Vince stops him. Vince didn’t name him World champion and he gets angry with him. Vince is not going to name anyone World champion, and what he is going to do is dump the decision into Bischoff’s lap when he returns.

He will make a decision tonight, however, and as far as Vince is concerned, the title is vacated and as of this moment, Triple H is no longer the World Heavyweight Champion. Triple H is angry by this news, but I’m still not convinced that Edge or Benoit will get the title handed to them. Vince holds up the belt as he stands on the stage and then we go to commercial.

Back on RAW, we see Triple H tearing stuff up backstage with Batista and Flair trying to calm him down. Triple H gets upset with Batista, and Batista gets upset with Triple H. Batista reminds him of how he helped him during the match. We then go to Jericho who is hanging with several chicks until he is interrupted by Christian and he is angry by something that Jericho wants him to wear down to the ring. Jericho puts a lei around Christian and Jericho decides to make fun of Christian and I guess Jericho has a new superhero outfit for Christian since he is known as Captain Charisma. Benoit then shows up and they talk about the triple threat match from last week. Tonight, we’ll have a tag match between Batista & Triple H vs. Benoit & Jericho. Later tonight, we’ll also see Trish vs. Lita for the Women’s title and JR flubbed by saying Lita would be putting the title on the line (maybe he’s hinting that Lita will win tonight?) We then see all the crap that Trish has put Lita through, such as making Lita think Kane was coming after her. We then go to a commercial break.

The WWE Body Slam of the Week recaps Maven attacking Eugene last week.

Match #1 (Singles) - Eugene (w/ William Regal) vs. Maven:

You can hear some boos as Maven makes his way down to the ring. He sure did pick up some heat rather quickly.

Maven offers to shake Eugene’s hand, and they shake without incident. They lock up and Eugene wraps behind Maven. Maven switches it up and Eugene wrenches Maven’s arm. Maven does the same to Eugene and they exchange some amateur wrestling moves. Eugene goes for a quick pin, but Maven is able to quickly escape. They lock up again and Maven locks on a headlock. Eugene reverses it into a wrist lock and Eugene puts Maven in a body scissors and rolls him around like Tajiri has been known to do. They lock up a third time and Maven puts Eugene in another headlock. Maven is whipped into a corner and jumps over Eugene. Maven bounces off the ropes, but Regal trips him up and the ref ejects him from ringside.

Distracted, Eugene rolls up Maven in a rolling clutch pin, but Maven kicks out. Maven congratulates Eugene for his near victories, and Maven kicks Eugene right in the knee cap. Maven kicks him again in the back of the leg to knock him down and then drop kicks him in the ass to drop him down in the corner. Maven wraps Eugene’s leg around the second rope and then stomps away at him. Maven presses down on Eugene’s neck with his foot, but he refuses to break it up and is subsequently disqualified.

Winner by DQ: Eugene

Post-match, Regal comes out to make the save and Maven hightails it out of the ring. Regal checks on Eugene, but Maven comes in with a tag belt and clocks Regal in the back of the skull with it. Maven’s proud of himself as the crowd boos and it’s time for another commercial.

JR goes through the RAW Interactive leader board and Phenomenal1 is currently in the lead with 3736 points. I should play it next week, but it’d be hard to do that when I have to do this report.

Jericho is in the ring with a couple of hot chicks. He introduces the RAW divas, which includes Christy Hemme, Stacy Keibler, Candace, Michelle, and some others I can’t recognize. It looks like Jericho’s going to have a limbo contest.

Fozzy is providing the music for the contest, and I can already tell you that Jericho has been the most entertaining GM. I wish he’d win the World Heavyweight title already, he really deserves a run with it.

A couple of divas are eliminated followed by Stacy and now it’s Christy’s turn. Christy just barely makes it and Maria is unable to make it. Looks like Christy won the contest, and she sure does have some bigguns… smiley Post-contest, Jericho decides to sing “Don’t You Wish You Were Me” from the WWE Originals album while the divas dance in the ring. The lights go out and Jericho has no idea what’s going on.
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