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#1 Posted on 31.1.06 0836.15
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We get replays of the main points from the Rumble (between Raw and SD we must've seen these montages about 10 times).

Teddy Long comes out to start SD!. He addresses the high point of the Rumble being the return of the Undertaker and officially announces Taker vs. Angle for the title at No Way Out. He says another high point was a Smackdown wrestler winning the Rumble as the second entrant, Rey Mysterio. This brings Rey out in his lowrider, which they had a problem with since it took a while.

Rey says he has one thing to say: Thank you Eddie. Eddie definitely was playing with him giving him that number 2 spot, but he did for his friend and his brother. Rey talks a little more and out comes Randy Orton. Randy got a mixed reaction from the crowd. Orton says that what happened in the Rumble doesn't mean anything because Rey can't beat him in a normal match. He also challenges Rey for his title shot at No Way Out. He says that it wasn't divine intervention because Eddie wasn't watching him from up there. Eddie was watching him from hell. Wow. Lots of heel heat on that one. Between Orton using it, HHH using it, Eddie chants for Rey moreso than the 619 ones, it definitely looks like WWE wants to push Mysterio using Eddie's memory. Rey takes out his anger by attacking Orton. The refs come out to pull Rey off of Randy. This also builds up to our already announced Main Event: Mark Henry and Randy Orton vs. Rey Mysterio and Kurt Angle.

We get our first wrestling match of the night as MNM defends the tag titles against the Mexicools, who was over in Orlando. Great dive over the ref onto both Nitro and Mercury, as well as a "Super Crazy" chant. MNM retains the titles.

JBL comes out and restates the fact that he is a wrestling god. He belongs in a ring, not a cage, and not with a crazy man. He shoots on all the gimmicky wrestlers back in the locker room and says that he's above all of them because a gimmick only gets you so far. So very very true. Nice impassioned promo by JBL, hopefully it catches on TV. Lashley comes out as JBL looks confused since he's in full suit and not wrestling. Instead, it's a handicap match between Lashley and The Dicks. Make fun of that name all you want, but it looks like the humor is working as there were many jokes being thrown out there. Lashley squashes The Tolands, then gets hit by a Clothesline from Hell. Lashley's character amuses me in that he doesn't have one. In fact, his Titantron video even says, "soft spoken" yet the people pop for him. His physique looks way too much like Brock Lesnar's (which btw there was a sign for in the audience).

We get a shot of masked midgets, one helping the other get a drink from a water fountain. Oh no.....

Booker T's hurt, so the announced Benoit vs. Booker match for the US Title can't happen. Long says Booker can assign a replacement like he did when Randy won the belt for him. But also, if the replacement loses, he loses the title.

The gong rings out and one of the biggest pops of the night goes to the Undertaker. Taker comes out and says that Angle has something he wants. And at No Way Out, he'll become champion. Two sentences is all he gets as Angle comes out to another one of the biggest pops of the night. Angle stands face to neck with the Undertaker and says that he's a wrestling machine and he'll still be champion. And at No Way Out there is "no way I'll be resting in pieces". Taker says that Angle speaks the truth and has good intentions, but make no mistake about it. Come No Way Out you will rest in peace! The lights go out as Taker slips out of the ring leaving Angle wandering around in the dark. The black lights come on and Angle wants Taker but doesn't get him as the lights return to normal. It's interesting to note that when given the two, fans will boo Angle a little if it means to cheer Taker.

Sugar Shane Gregory Helms cuts a promo backstage saying that he is the Crusierweight Division and that nobody in there has achieved popularity like he has. Nunzio interrupts and says that he doesn't know what he's talking about when it comes to the SD crusier division. He challenges Helms to a title shot next week. Helms agress, then says "Forget about it" to which Nunzio corrects him. Wow, I guess they were listening to who got the biggest reaction in the invitational at the Rumble. Poor London and Noble....

As alluded to before, we get a Juniors Division match betwen midget in black with a red belt and red headband (he's the heel) against one in all blue. The blue one tries to get the crowd to clap, but the black one knocks him down and mocks him. The blue one had a nice dive to the outside. Winner is the blue one.

Benoit is warming up when someone comes into the room. It's Mr. Kennedy....Kennedy! He gets close to Benoit and says that he's been having bad luck with losing the US belt series, and the Rumble. And a little birdie told Ken who his opponent was for tonight and ouch, it'll be the worst luck of all. Benoit says that it would seem like he has been having bad luck, but if Kennedy gets that close, he'll hit him in his arm. Benoit slaps it as he leaves and Kennedy winces in pain.

Benoit comes out for his match, followed by Sharmell who in the most annoying voice imaginable announces Booker T. Book says he has a man who likes to fight representing him tonight: Finlay. Ok match between the two with Sharmell hitting Benoit in the face with one of Book's crutches (she kinda messed up too) and the ref catches it so we get a DQ. Afterwards Benoit gets beaten up by Finlay.

Backstage, Booker and Sharmell are celebrating when the Boogeyman appears. The crowd pops as he eats worms and holds the heart which scares the two off.

Palmer Cannon is with Long talking with Burchall and Regal about how the two of them don't want to tag anymore. Palmer tells Long he'll take care of it and decides that their characters are as thus: Regal is descended from Royalty and Burchill is ddescendedfrom...pirates. Pirates? Yeah, Paul Burchill is decended from a member of Blackbeard's crew. So Raw has the Rated R superstar and now SD might have the Rated Arrrrgh superstar. Ha ha...I kill me.

Main Event time with Henry and Orton vs. Mysterio and Angle. Orton and Angle start the match in what could be a bit of foreshadowing. The two don't even touch each other as Rey wants in so Angle tags him. Rey gives Orton a head scissors over the top rope to show that it can happen twice. As much as Rey was over, while he was getting worked the fans were chanting "we want Angle". From their bit of interaction, I bet Angle and Orton could have a decent match if that's what happens at Mania. Daivari goes for Angle on the outside who no sells and chases Daivari out of the ring area, through the crowd and away as Henry follows. This leaves Orton and Rey all alone. Orton eventually picks up the victory, then grabs a mic and tells Rey that he can't beat him when he's all alone. Rey answers by accepting Orton's challenge for the match at No Way Out and we have a long distance stare down to end SD.

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Why in the world would Rey accept that challenge? Couldn't they at least set it up so it's his career vs title shot? Or even have Orton beat him down badly and have Rey beg Long for a match and the only way Orton would agree is if he put the title shot up (a la Michaels/Hart)?
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#2 Posted on 31.1.06 0903.15
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Rey's running on high emotion. He won the Rumble and has had Triple H and Randy scoff at Eddie for a week. He has to take that challenge. He's been dared by a smarmy punk heel.

I'm more surprised they dusted off Palmer Cannon to split up the Regal/Burchall team.

Finlay and Benoit could be brutal in so many great ways.

(edited by Matt Tracker on 31.1.06 0703)
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#3 Posted on 31.1.06 0908.25
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Ugh. The only way this works is if it is a three way for the title at 'Mania with Angle/Orton/Rey. If Rey loses at NWO and it is Orton/Angle, then Rey is the dumbest man alive.

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#4 Posted on 31.1.06 1000.34
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For some reason, I see Randy cashing in on that favor from Booker T. Thus Orton wins & we now have Rey vs. Booker for the US title at 'Mania.
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#5 Posted on 31.1.06 1134.44
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Smackdown seems to have a lot more going on for it than Raw does right now, which is a nice shift than the last year or so.

Paul Burchill as a pirate. Good lord. Apparently Palmer Canon didn't hear JBL's speech about how gimmicks get guys nowhere.

As much as I want to hate saddling a good worker with a crappy gimmick, 'pirate' is generic enough that it MIGHT work out if Burchill has some charisma and makes himself more of a Jack Sparrow-esque knave than an actual pirate-on-the-shoulder pirate.

I do not, not, not want to see Boogeyman with the US title.

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#6 Posted on 31.1.06 1146.28
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    Originally posted by Big Bad
    Paul Burchill as a pirate. Good lord. Apparently Palmer Canon didn't hear JBL's speech about how gimmicks get guys nowhere.
Maybe he saw JBL's Royal Rumble match!
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#7 Posted on 31.1.06 1201.03
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    Originally posted by The Spoilers
    Palmer Cannon is with Long talking with Burchall and Regal about how the two of them don't want to tag anymore. Palmer tells Long he'll take care of it and decides that their characters are as thus: Regal is descended from Royalty and Burchill is ddescendedfrom...pirates. Pirates? Yeah, Paul Burchill is decended from a member of Blackbeard's crew. So Raw has the Rated R superstar and now SD might have the Rated Arrrrgh superstar. Ha ha...I kill me.


Isn't this dangerously close to The Powers That Be bullshit from '99 WCW?
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#8 Posted on 31.1.06 1337.30
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Man, I'm disappointed about the Regal/Burchill break-up; I liked them as a team. But then again, they WERE only wrestling on Velocity, so it wasn't getting them very far. Maybe breaking them up will result in a singles push for them.
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#9 Posted on 31.1.06 1610.19
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    Originally posted by Mayhem

    For some reason, I see Randy cashing in on that favor from Booker T. Thus Orton wins & we now have Rey vs. Booker for the US title at 'Mania.


Complete bullshit after Rey cleanly wins the Royal Rumble and they've completely been exploiting Eddie's memory through this whole entire debacle. But like I said, the Rumble match not being the main event this year was rather telling.

Its so hilarious to me that Booker T is the US champ and doesn't even defend it and has other people defend it in his place. He's still yet to successfully defend the title and he's held it 3 times already. So sad.
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#10 Posted on 31.1.06 1745.38
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    Originally posted by The Vile1
    But like I said, the Rumble match not being the main event this year was rather telling.
Yeah, you've said it about a ZILLION times. Can you PLEASE take a break?

To everyone except The Vile1: SO! Should the world heavyweight championships be considered the most important thing in the company or not? And if they ARE, then what exactly is so offensive about championship matches getting the "last matches of the night" slots - just like they did in 1996, 1997 and 1998?

Or to put it another way: would you rather be staring at the clock worrying that the PPV is about to end so they better wrap it up during the ROYAL RUMBLE match - or during KURT ANGLE VS. MARK HENRY?

(edited by CRZ on 31.1.06 1750)
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#11 Posted on 31.1.06 1805.23
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    Originally posted by CRZ
    Or to put it another way: would you rather be staring at the clock worrying that the PPV is about to end so they better wrap it up during the ROYAL RUMBLE match - or during KURT ANGLE VS. MARK HENRY?

    (edited by CRZ on 31.1.06 1750)


I want the hottest match to be last so the PPV can end with a "wow" moment instead of a "maybe I wasted my money after all" moment. As much fun as it is to see Angle whack the crap out of Henry with a chair and Taker play the Gravestone Cowboy and make the ring go kablooey, it can't compete with 30 guys in one match. Because this Royal Rumble had no hot title contender for either roster, the fans could either look to an old reliable winning or someone getting their first big-stage title shot. And this year, we got the latter in the company's most capable underdog.

That's a moment that should end a PPV, especially when the main event starts with one title contender and ends with another who isn't the guy who just won a title shot in the prior match. The last two matches on the card eventually circled around the SD belt. Except for the whole collapsed stage thing, there's no reason why Edge/Cena didn't finish the card; RAW doesn't get a PPV until WM.
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#12 Posted on 31.1.06 2034.21
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I don't have a problem with the Royal Rumble or the Championship match being the main event. On the one hand, it IS the Championship and should be treated that way. On the other hand, the winner of the Royal Rumble is going to (usually) be in the main event of Wrestlemania, the winner of the championship match isn't necessarily guaranteed that. Like Tracker said, I think it should be which ever match is going to be the bigger moment. I think this year it should've been Rey. But I don't think the WWE's decision to put Rey behind Edge/Cena was because they didn't have enough faith in Rey, but rather they had too much faith in Cena/Edge. After all the ratings have been up with Edge as champion, so if I was them I would consider Edge's match above the Royal Rumble too.

    Originally posted by DirtyMikeSeaver
    Couldn't they at least set it up so it's his career vs title shot? Or even have Orton beat him down badly and have Rey beg Long for a match and the only way Orton would agree is if he put the title shot up (a la Michaels/Hart)?


The latter would've worked, but not the former. Anytime you have a wrestler who is obviously not going to retire it's dumb to put him in a match with his career on the line, it's possibly the most predictable match there is. Yeah, I know people think Orton is going to win anyway, but i'm not convinced Randy will definitely win. If Orton puts his career on the line there is no doubt about it whatsoever.

    Originally posted by Mayhem

    For some reason, I see Randy cashing in on that favor from Booker T. Thus Orton wins & we now have Rey vs. Booker for the US title at 'Mania.


That would work, they definitely need to use Booker T's favor for something. But personally I hope that if Rey does lose his WM spot, it is somehow thanks to Triple H. It could happen, they do sort of have a feud going between the comments about Eddie and being in the Rumble together for so long. Also with the championship match ending kind of screwy on Raw I can see Edge getting another rematch at WM leaving Triple H available. If Rey isn't going to be in the Championship match, then the next best thing I can think of for him is a high profile match against Triple H and it's a match we haven't seen before so it would have that special Wrestlemania feel.
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#13 Posted on 1.2.06 1959.55
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Here;s a side question I want somebody to awnser.

When they first brought in Rey he went up against Kurt Angle in a series of matches. Did Rey ever win one on TV? If not I figured that could be a great build to the WM title shot instead of passing the buck to Randy F'N Orton. Ehh...who knows because I'm not the booker.
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#14 Posted on 1.2.06 2027.34
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    Originally posted by jwrestle
    Here;s a side question I want somebody to awnser.

    When they first brought in Rey he went up against Kurt Angle in a series of matches. Did Rey ever win one on TV? If not I figured that could be a great build to the WM title shot instead of passing the buck to Randy F'N Orton. Ehh...who knows because I'm not the booker.


Rey pinned him in a tag match, but Angle beat him in a very good match at Summerslam. Mysterio also won at least one triple threat match against Angle - but he did it by pinning Benoit.

The tag match victory of course set up one of Angle's greatest quotes: "I can't believe I got pinned by a freakin' 12-year-old."
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#15 Posted on 1.2.06 2201.20
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    Originally posted by jwrestle
    Here;s a side question I want somebody to awnser.

    When they first brought in Rey he went up against Kurt Angle in a series of matches. Did Rey ever win one on TV? If not I figured that could be a great build to the WM title shot instead of passing the buck to Randy F'N Orton. Ehh...who knows because I'm not the booker.
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No No No who the hell do you think you are bringing consistency into the booking!!!!

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#16 Posted on 2.2.06 1109.10
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Interesting quandry: Is there a moral difference between good exploitation and bad exploitation?

I mean, they exploited Eddy's death to push Rey to win the Rumble. Feel good moment, yadda yadda. If Rey won the title at WM, and pointed up at the heavens and it was an emotional moment, it'd be 'good' exploitation.

Their trips to Iraq and Afghanistan are 'good exploitation.'

Randy Orton saying Eddy's in hell and Angle bashing the troops are considered 'bad exploitation.'

But really, what's the difference? In any case, the WWE is still using real life events to improve the bottom line.

Kerry Von Erich beating Ric Flair in Texas Stadium was exploitation of David Von Erich's death, but no one was offended by that.

Wrestling is a pretend world, truthfully anytime they use a real life event to further an angle or to make a buck, it's exploitation.

It's nit-picky to say what's good or what's bad.

Though, of course, what Orton said is sick and horrid and should never have been okayed, but at this point, we've used Eddy's death as an angle in so many ways, that it all melds together.

It's such an interesting idea. When John Ritter died, no one said '8 Simple Rules' was exploiting his death by having an episode devoted to his character dying.

Wrestling lives in such a nebulous world, it seems we get uncomfortable when it gets out of its bubble and incorporates real life things.

I'd love to hear some thoughts on this.
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#17 Posted on 2.2.06 1151.51
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    Originally posted by flairforthegold13
    Interesting quandry: Is there a moral difference between good exploitation and bad exploitation?

    I mean, they exploited Eddy's death to push Rey to win the Rumble. Feel good moment, yadda yadda. If Rey won the title at WM, and pointed up at the heavens and it was an emotional moment, it'd be 'good' exploitation.

    Their trips to Iraq and Afghanistan are 'good exploitation.'

    Randy Orton saying Eddy's in hell and Angle bashing the troops are considered 'bad exploitation.'

    But really, what's the difference? In any case, the WWE is still using real life events to improve the bottom line.

    Kerry Von Erich beating Ric Flair in Texas Stadium was exploitation of David Von Erich's death, but no one was offended by that.

    Wrestling is a pretend world, truthfully anytime they use a real life event to further an angle or to make a buck, it's exploitation.

    It's nit-picky to say what's good or what's bad.

    Though, of course, what Orton said is sick and horrid and should never have been okayed, but at this point, we've used Eddy's death as an angle in so many ways, that it all melds together.

    It's such an interesting idea. When John Ritter died, no one said '8 Simple Rules' was exploiting his death by having an episode devoted to his character dying.

    Wrestling lives in such a nebulous world, it seems we get uncomfortable when it gets out of its bubble and incorporates real life things.

    I'd love to hear some thoughts on this.


I'm really torn on how I feel about all this. A part of me feels it is really bad taste and should not be done. Another part of me feels Eddie was dedicated to the business and probably wouldn't mind it at all. I didn't know the man personally so it's total speculation to say that, but given the Rey/Eddie/Dominick angle neither of those guys seemed to have much issue with exploiting their real life connection or blurring the lines of what is and isn't real.
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#18 Posted on 2.2.06 1156.45
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    Originally posted by flairforthegold13
    Kerry Von Erich beating Ric Flair in Texas Stadium was exploitation of David Von Erich's death, but no one was offended by that.


I don't know about THAT. I guess you could spin it that way, but as a young'un I just remember some David tribute-stuff, then them having the David Von Erich Memorial-card. Kerry didn't go WAY over the top with the David-stuff like Rey has done with the Eddy-stuff, and I really don't recall Ric Flair's promo where he said David was "in hell".
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#19 Posted on 2.2.06 1218.41
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Rey winning the Rumble and taking the title at Mania in Eddie's name is a tribute. They wouldn't be making derogatory comments about Eddie, and even if they did Rey would be defending his honour successfully and paying him the ultimate respect.

Randy Orton saying Eddie's in Hell, before going on to beat Eddie's best friend and steal his title shot, is exploiting Eddie's death by having his comments go unpunished, and by dangling the carrot of a tribute to the guy in front of the fans' faces then snatching away in an attmept to get over a heel.

There is a MASSIVE difference here.
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#20 Posted on 2.2.06 1457.18
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I get your points, but at the end of the day any mention of a real life event, (Eddy's death, the war, Shawn Michaels' Christianity) is simply to further angles, put more butts seats, increase tv ratings, ppv buys and make more money for the Vince McMahon, the shareholders and the boy.

That's exploitation.

As opposed to Brett Favre dedicating his MNF game to his fallen father, any mention (good or bad) of Eddy is simply to make money or to get someone over. Thus, there is no good or bad exploitation. It's all simply exploiting his death. Randy's comment is just as bad as Rey winning the Rumble simply because his friend died.

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Main Entry: 2exploit
Pronunciation: ik-'sploit, 'ek-"
Function: transitive verb
1 : to make productive use of : UTILIZE
2 : to make use of meanly or unjustly for one's own advantage
- exploitable /-'sploi-t&-b&l/ adjective
- exploiter noun

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