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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.28
Q'n'D (credit: Wrestling Observer)

Kofi Kingston d. Drew McIntyre to retain the Intercontinental Championship - Ref got bumped and McIntyre forced a referee shirt on Teddy Long, who was at ringside. Long hesitated, allowing Matt Hardy to hit the Twist of Fate. Kofi hit Trouble in Paradise for the pin.

Alicia Fox d. Eve Torres, Gail Kim, and Maryse to win the Divas Championship - Torres hit Maryse with a neckbreaker and moonsault, but Fox shoved her out and took the pin for herself.

Evan Bourne d. Chris Jericho - Bourne wins clean with the Air Bourne.

Rey Mysterio d. Jack Swagger, Big Show, and CM Punk to win the World Heavyweight Championship - Punk hit Swagger with the GTS, but Kane came out with the casket. He tossed Punk in there, but when Luke Gallows took him out, Kane chased them to the back. Rey then hit Swagger with the 619 and Dropped the Dime for the pin.

The Miz d. R-Truth to retain the United States Championship - Truth tried to roll-up Miz, but Miz reversed it for the clean pin.

The Hart Dynasty and Natalya d. The Usos and Tamina - Natalya pinned Tamina with the discus clothesline after Tamina missed the Superfly Splash.

Sheamus d. John Cena, Edge, and Randy Orton to win the WWE Championship - As expected, the NXT Rookies were heavily involved. They wiped out the Hart Dynasty and Evan Bourne in the back before they came out and took out Cena and Edge. Sheamus took advantage and pinned Cena before the NXT guys chased him to the back.

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No Bret Hart, no advancement on the NXT angle, no advancement on the UT angle. If you missed the PPV, it doesn't sound like you missed too much.

I'm profusely disappointed, however, that they already pulled the plug on the Swagger experiment. I guess they want him to try and go 2-for-2 in MitB matches with next month's PPV.

(edited by It's False on 20.6.10 2000)


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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.53
I wasn't going to bother with this one but I got lucky with a way of watching that is not ordering the show and not going out to watch the show so I went ahead with that. And it kind of paid off. It was a good show with two surprise world title changes. Well, the Observer reported one and Jim Ross kind of teased the other. But I certainly wasn't expecting Rey Mysterio to be world champion again and for them to cut the Swagger experiment short. Rey definitely deserves it, he's been tremendous over the last two years and should get a better run than last time now that all the pressure's off. Plus he didn't get to go on vacation.

I'm less excited in Sheamus with the title again, although I accept him a lot more as a top level guy than I did in January. It's not the prospect of him as champion so much as the fact that I can think of few things as boring as Sheamus and Triple H headlining over the world title. That's counterbalanced by Rey and Punk in a title feud on the other side.

The highlight of the show was Jericho and Evan Bourne's unannounced match, which ended up being the second best match in the company all year and worth going out of your way to see. Bourne's offense was terrific and they had this great struggle at the end where Jericho tried and tried to stave off the shooting star and ultimately couldn't.

Really, it was all good matches tonight, although the two world title matches weren't at the level of world title matches. Kofi and McIntyre had a surprisingly long, good match. Miz and Truth had a good match in front of a crowd that didn't want to see them. And the Harts and the Usos won the same crowd over courtesy of a bunch of cool Tyson Kidd moves.

A champion in a fatal fourway match didn't even have a 25% chance of retaining this week.

And the show went off the air to loud DANIEL BRYAN chants, so that was funny.
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.91
They moved 4 belts on 1 PPV? Did Russo slip into the booking meeting? And, even more surprising in the world title matches, they had the champions eat the pin.
Will it be Punk chasing Mysterio, or will Punk enter into Kane's vortex?

(edited by redsoxnation on 20.6.10 2306)
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.42
If the Q&D was copied from the Observer, I'm surprised that the Observer didn't report that Vince opened the show and cut a promo about Bret possibly not returning to his duties as RAW GM. That's movement on the Bret storyline.

Cutting the Swagger experiment short doesn't raise my eyebrow as much as cutting the Eve experiment short, but then, no one likes/cares about the Divas. Usually just me.

Regardless, I didn't see the show.

However, on June 20, 2010 the people in WWE who hold what are considered "World Titles" are Sheamus, Rey Mysterio, Alicia Fox, Layla, David Hart Smith, and Tyson Kidd. That's certainly different.



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.23
I presume getting the title was a trade-off for Mysterio giving up that vacation.

edit: dave did mention the thing about bret in his PPV report.

I await RAW tomorrow night, if only because Dave said that Linda's Senate opponent (and/or his people) will be at the show.


(edited by odessasteps on 20.6.10 2308)


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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.22
Like most I'm disappointed that they pulled the rug out from under Swagger. He jobbed way too much during his title reign and he went into this PPV looking really week after jobbing clean to Rey two weeks in a row. You know with all the injuries they have with their older guy you'd hope they would create a new big time main eventer in Swagger. IMO he has so much more potential than a guy like Sheamus does. As does Barrett for that matter. I did read in the reviews that Bourne Vs Jericho was really really good not surprisingly.
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.22
    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    They moved 4 belts on 1 PPV? Did Russo slip into the booking meeting? And, even more surprising in the world title matches, they had the champions eat the pin.
    Will it be Punk chasing Mysterio, or will Punk enter into Kane's vortex?

    (edited by redsoxnation on 20.6.10 2306)
They've been going with title changes galore on PPV's for the past year and a half now. It hurts poor HHH's chances of being the only guy surpasses Flair's record of title reigns. Edge and Cena are nine time champions already.

(edited by graves9 on 20.6.10 2227)

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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.57
yea, makes it hard for the casual fan to know "who is the champ" when they change titles like this.
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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.97
    Originally posted by graves9
    Like most I'm disappointed that they pulled the rug out from under Swagger. He jobbed way too much during his title reign and he went into this PPV looking really week after jobbing clean to Rey two weeks in a row. You know with all the injuries they have with their older guy you'd hope they would create a new big time main eventer in Swagger. IMO he has so much more potential than a guy like Sheamus does. As does Barrett for that matter. I did read in the reviews that Bourne Vs Jericho was really really good not surprisingly.


They did the same thing with Punk on his first major title run. He kept defending the belt against JBL and nobodies like Gene Snitsky. It seems like new champions get the Heavy Title push primarily as a tryout for a serious title run the second and third time. I am glad to see Rey got the belt again finally as I believe he's been doing some of the best wrestling of his career and has been involved in several good angles this past year or so.

Absoloutely not excited about the Sheamus push restarting, but RAW needs new blood and I don't watch Raw so HA!
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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.03
Well, I'm not going to be arguing with anyone else here regarding Swagger or Sheamus, but I will say that this probably isn't the end for Swagger. As long as he still gets some good promo time on Fridays, I can deal with him losing the belt. Especially if we finally get a decent Rey Mysterio title reign.
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.35
It was an alright PPV that had some unexpected results.

Rey Mysterio winning the World Heavyweight Title was a pretty big shocker in my opinion. I thought Swagger would retain because I didn't see anyone winning the title at this PPV but obviously I was wrong and probably a bunch of other people as well (and to think, I said to my friends that Rey was a "one hit wonder" in terms of winning the World Championship a few years ago and here Rey wins his 2nd World Heavyweight championship).

Another unexpected title change was Sheamus winning the WWE Championship. Many thought Cena would probably retain while I guessed Orton to win and have a feud with Edge over the title. The NXT season 1 rookies showed up tonight as expected and it was funny how Sheamus snuck in, pinned Cena, and then ran like a bat out of Hell. What was even funnier than that was when Sheamus held the belt up and the group of NXT rookie ran after Sheamus and Sheamus again ran like a bat out of Hell.

The best match of the night overall was Evan Bourne and Chris Jericho. The way Chris Jericho has been going lately, it didn't surprise me that Evan Bourne got the win but it was the type of match where you thought either Jericho or Bourne could win.

The worst match (besides the divas) was R-Truth and Miz as it seemed they were a bit conservative in their match and didn't do too much. Overall, the match was pretty stagnant.

For an "alright" PPV, it had some swerves which nicely sets up other feuds and storylines to keep things a little more interesting.
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.34
WHOA~! I did not expect Rey Mysterio to ever win the World Heavyweight Title again; I even posted a comment to that effect on the WWE Universe Facebook post about that particular match. I'm less surprised, but also still quite surprised, that Sheamus won the WWE Title.

Anyone want to place bets on whether WWE will once again drop the word "heavyweight" from the World Heavyweight Title's name temporarily while Mysterio's the champion?


Title Change Facts


World Heavyweight Championship

This is Rey Mysterio's second reign as World Heavyweight Champion (and second world title reign overall), ending Jack Swagger's reign at 82 days. Mysterio's first reign was 112 days, and started at WrestleMania 22 (4/2/06) when he defeated champion Kurt Angle and Randy Orton in a Triple Threat match. He lost it at the Great American Bash (7/23/06) to King Booker.

This is the third World Heavyweight Title change of 2010.

WWE Championship

This is Sheamus's second reign as WWE Champion (and second world title reign overall), ending John Cena's reign at 84 days. Sheamus's first reign lasted 70 days, starting at TLC (12/13/09) when he shocked the world by beating John Cena in a tables match, and it ended at Elimination Chamber (4/21/10) when he lost the title to John Cena inside the titular structure.

This is the fourth WWE Title change of 2010.

WWE Divas Championship

This is Alicia Fox's first reign as Divas Champion (and first world title reign overall), ending Eve Torres' reign at 69 days.

This is the third Divas Title change of 2010, sort of (Melina's reign, which started in October of '09, ended on 1/4/10 when she vacated the title due to injury).



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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.70
After spending the whole match (and really, the last five years) building up Edge as the ultimate opportunist, Edge is the one fighting the NXT crew while it's Sheamus who sneaks the pin?
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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.28
    Originally posted by Big Bad
    After spending the whole match (and really, the last five years) building up Edge as the ultimate opportunist, Edge is the one fighting the NXT crew while it's Sheamus who sneaks the pin?


Yeah, this caught me off-guard. I thought Cena's backstage promo (talking about an "unspoken agreement" that everyone would band together against the NXT Rookies) would have been a dead giveaway that Edge would steal the pin at some point.



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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.10
I'm glad I didn't watch the PPV - I'd feel disappointed that it finished half an hour early. I'd probably look into a partial refund.

That being said, I like the results: I'm glad that Evan Bourne not only got a chance to shine on PPV, but had a victory over Chris Jericho. He countered his loss with a pretty brilliant tweet:

    Originally posted by @IamJericho on Twitter
    Had the best match I've had in months tonight. Bourne is the real deal...and I must destroy him.


I'm also pleased that Mysterio won another world title. Nice to see Vince giving shots to the under 6' wrestlers who can rip it up in the ring. I'd rather see Bourne vs. Mysterio than Edge vs. Cena.

Perhaps we should be glad that Vince Russo isn't booking the WWE - or else the NXT angle would be booked similar to the New Blood vs. Millionaires Club storyline. Was there an official resolution to that? I always thought it died when the nWo Silver/Black started.






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#16 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.53
    Originally posted by Oliver
    I'm glad I didn't watch the PPV - I'd feel disappointed that it finished half an hour early. I'd probably look into a partial refund.


Really it ended 5-10 minutes early. WWE shows always end around 10:40-10:45.



    Perhaps we should be glad that Vince Russo isn't booking the WWE - or else the NXT angle would be booked similar to the New Blood vs. Millionaires Club storyline. Was there an official resolution to that? I always thought it died when the nWo Silver/Black started.


nWo S&B came first in Russo's second giant restart. New Blood/Millionaires (his third) just kind of stopped when Hogan and Bischoff left and Booker won the title. At New Blood Rising the New Blood successfully rose and that was that.
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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.20
So I picked Miz, Harts and Sheamus correctly.

Funniest thing I've ever seen, Sheamus standing at the top of the ramp hoisting the title doing his yell, noticing the NXT crew chasing after him, and he has this 'oh shit' look on his face and high tails it.



(edited by thefraserman on 21.6.10 0232)


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#18 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.35
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    And the show went off the air to loud DANIEL BRYAN chants, so that was funny.

Is *that* what they were chanting? I couldn't make it out for the life of me. My hearing and/or TV sucks.

We didn't have to pay for it over here so my demands weren't too high but I still thought it was a good show. Jericho v Bourne was excellent and the rest of the matches were all at least solid, although I confess I FFWD'd through the Divas stuff.

Drew got screwed. Poor, poor Drew. A slow/non-count AND turning a blind eye to blatant interference from the suspended Matt Hardy? If Teddy finally gets fired this week on Smackdown it will be both long overdue and thoroughly deserved.

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I thought about ordering it, but when I noticed that the Fox comedies were ones I missed before, I choose that. I am a bit surprised with Rey and Sheamus winning. Yet, I can see Rey winning it to lose it to Kane at the next PPV. I am wondering if the "leader" of the NXT gang isn't Sheamus. It would make sense in that he is a rookie as well and has gotten zero respect. It may lead to Wade going after Rey and the faction having two titles instead of the one on Raw. Jericho having a great match with anyone at this point is no longer news. He bought the broomstick feat last year when he leveled up against HBK. Its only taking him this long due to having a shitty Game Master while Rock was smart enough to put all his points in Charisma as well as Constitution and buying the broomstick feat early in his career due to the insane experience points while facing Austin at WM 15 and the McMahon/Helmsley arc. Too bad, HHH never bothered to get that feat instead opting for the Holder of Glass Ceiling ability. Yeah, I know he has been out of action for awhile, but really every WWE thread needs some HHH bashing for nostalgic purposes.

(edited by lotjx on 21.6.10 0726)
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#20 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.79
    Originally posted by lotjx
    I thought about ordering it, but when I noticed that the Fox comedies were ones I missed before, I choose that. I am a bit surprised with Rey and Sheamus winning. Yet, I can see Rey winning it to lose it to Kane at the next PPV. I am wondering if the "leader" of the NXT gang isn't Sheamus. It would make sense in that he is a rookie as well and has gotten zero respect. It may lead to Wade going after Rey and the faction having two titles instead of the one on Raw. Jericho having a great match with anyone at this point is no longer news. He bought the broomstick feat last year when he leveled up against HBK. Its only taking him this long due to having a shitty Game Master while Rock was smart enough to put all his points in Charisma as well as Constitution and buying the broomstick feat early in his career due to the insane experience points while facing Austin at WM 15 and the McMahon/Helmsley arc. Too bad, HHH never bothered to get that feat instead opting for the Holder of Glass Ceiling ability. Yeah, I know he has been out of action for awhile, but really every WWE thread needs some HHH bashing for nostalgic purposes.

    (edited by lotjx on 21.6.10 0726)


I always thought HHH had Power Word: Bury.

If Jericho is indeed on the outs, that match was a brilliant F-U to the higher-ups. It was match of the month by far and made Bourne not only look like a star, but had the crowd more interested than any other match on the card.

I wouldn't be surprised if the NXT rooks show up with a beaten and battered Sheamus in tow, demand barrett's title shot, and beat him to claim and hold the title hostage until they are all given contracts.

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