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Got these via a post from PWInsider.com

Velocity:

Basham Brothers beat Scotty 2 Hotty & Shannon Moore

Nunzio & Funaki beat Billy Kidman & Akio

Orlando Jordan beat Charlie Haas

Smackdown

*Carlito’s Cabana opened the show, with his guest, Kurt Angle. Angle beat Steve Lewington during the segment as part of his ‘Angle Invitational’.

*Chavo Guererro beat Paul London by countout. London retains the Cruiserweight title

*MNM beat Eddie Guerrero & Rey Mysterio. Eddie turned heel post-match after Rey accidentally hit him with a cross body during the match.

*John Cena def Rene Dupree with the FU. Mixed reaction for Cena.

*Matt Morgan won a squash match over Mikey Whiplash.

*Fatal Four Way: Big Show was eliminated first via count out after an Angle Slam through the announcers table, followed by Booker T who was eliminated after a chair shot. JBL pinned Kurt Angle to win after Booker T returned and hit Angle with a chair.


So it looks like the Eddie heel turn may have finally come to fruition. Wonder how long it will be until he starts getting cheers and he's turned face again. I at least hope we get a good Eddie/Cena feud, because I feel that Eddie can really get the best out of Cena. Oh and if Jericho comes to Smackdown ... the possibilities are just beginning.





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If they do an Eddie-Cena program, and they think that Eddie is oging to be a heel, I think that they will be sadly mistaken. In a sense, I understand that they turned Eddie because they seemingly had nothing for him to do as a face, since he's already fought Angle and JBL a million and one times. But on the other hand, the last time they tried to turn him heel, it didn't work. That's in addition to the fact that he's one of the top five babyfaces in the whole company right now, so it's not as if this move needed to be made right now. I don't know, I'll see how it plays out, and I think that Eddie will do a great job of being a dick heel, but I don't think the fans will take to it. Of course, Rey Mysterio is pretty much the best guy on either roster to turn someone heel, so that's a plus. In any event, this ought to give us some fresh matchup (this and the lottery). I wouldn't mind seeing a heel Eddie vs. a face Christian, but I may be asking a little too much with that one.
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For those keeping track:

-Eddie Guerrero entered the WWF in January 2000 as a FACE as part of the Radicalz (along with fellow members Chris Benoit, Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko).
-TURN #1: The entire group turned heel on Cactus Jack to get WWF contracts from Triple H.
-TURN #2: Guerrero was paired with Chyna as he began the Latino Heat gimmick in mid-2000. The turn was gradual as Eddie was too cool to NOT be cheered, and by SummerSlam Guerrero & Chyna were wrestling clean-cut heels like Val Venis & Trish Stratus.
-TURN #3: Eddie & Chyna broke up (via GTV showing Eddie's playa antics) and just in time for Survivor Series, so Guerrero reunited with the Radicalz to play heels against the thrown-together face DX squadron of Chyna, X-Pac, Road Dogg & Billy Gunn. Guerrero stayed heel through May...
-TURN #4: ...But turned on Malenko & Saturn and aligned with the Hardy Boyz & Lita. He got tossed into rehab within a month and the turn didn't really lead to anything. Then he got released late in 2001.
-(RE)TURN #5: Guerrero returned to the WWE in April 2002, attacking Intercontinental Champion Rob Van Dam (a face) during RAW, effectively turning heel again. Eddie jumped to Smackdown with Chris Benoit in August 2002. Guerrero & Benoit teamed a bit, then Guerrero aligned with his nephew Chavo as Los Guerreros.
-TURN #6: Los Guerreros were such entertaining heels that fans started to cheer 'em, so the "Lie, Cheat & Steal" face run of Eddie & Chavo began in early 2003.
-TURN #7: Eddie turned on his then-partner Tajiri after they lost the WWE Tag Titles to Haas & Benjamin in July 2003.
-TURN #8: Eddie turned face again in late August 2003 on Smackdown in El Paso. This led to him winning the US Title a few weeks later. Chavo turned on Eddie later, but basically Eddie was a face until now. So, this is his 9th WWE turn.



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Freeway, I dare you to try and recap all of Big Show's turns. I dunno if the Zims have enough server space for a post that big.



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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.93
    Originally posted by Big Bad
    Freeway, I dare you to try and recap all of Big Show's turns. I dunno if the Zims have enough server space for a post that big.


Off the top of my head (and from skimming Google):
-Introed in February 1999 as a heel as Vince's back-up.
-Turned face and joined The Union in the spring.
-Turned heel during the summer and joined the Undertaker in a crappy tag team
-Turned face again in the fall and won the WWF Title when Austin's neck acted up again at Survivor Series.
-Lost WWF Title to Triple H early in 2000, turned heel again by whining about NOT winning the Royal Rumble Match (which The Rock won). At this point anyone opposing Rocky was automatically a heel. Show continued to heel it up (with Shane McMahon as his voicebox) until WrestleMania...
-...And in weeks afterwards inexplicitly turned face again, spurred on by the pre-Mania SNL appearance where he stole the show with his whimsical antics. Show was horribly out of shape at this point and Shane turned on him and took him out (with help of half the heel roster) at Judgment Day. Show returned at the 2001 Royal Rumble as a face and puttered around in useless tag teams, then got drafted by RAW in early 2002.
-Show turned heel on Stone Cold and joined the nWo in the spring of 2002. Big Show puttered around doing nothing useful, then got traded to Smackdown in the fall of 2002 where he remained a heel. Somehow Show remained a heel until he lost a match in 2004 that forced him to "Quit" the WWE, where he snapped and basically tried to kill Kurt Angle.
-So of course, he returned as a face in September 2004, and somehow is still one now.



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How he turned, when it was, how long it lasted, and if he was out.

Came in as heel: Oct 97 (3 months)

Seemingly turned face after saving Undertaker: mid-Jan 98 (a week)

Revealed true colors at the Rumble and turned on Taker: Late Jan (7 months)

Turned on by the Undertaker after Judgement Day 98: Oct 98 (two months)

Forced to became heel as part of the corporation: December 98 (4 months)

Chyna betrays him and is later kicked out of Corporation, turning face: March 99 (1 Year 4 months) *Injured from early April 2000 to early June 2000*

Attacks Undertaker, admits he is a monster becoming heel: July 2000 (6 months)

Taker saves him at Rumble, two start teaming again, is a face: Jan 2001 ( 2 years, 5 months) *Injured from late April 2002 to late August 2002*

After losing mask, snaps and attacks everybody including partner RVD, is again a heel: June 2003 (1 year 3 months)

Loses baby with Lita thanks to Snitsky, starts feuding and is a face: Septemeber 2004 (7 months)*Out from mid October 2004 to early January 2005*


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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.56
    Originally posted by BigSteve
    If they do an Eddie-Cena program, and they think that Eddie is oging to be a heel, I think that they will be sadly mistaken. In a sense, I understand that they turned Eddie because they seemingly had nothing for him to do as a face, since he's already fought Angle and JBL a million and one times. But on the other hand, the last time they tried to turn him heel, it didn't work. That's in addition to the fact that he's one of the top five babyfaces in the whole company right now, so it's not as if this move needed to be made right now. I don't know, I'll see how it plays out, and I think that Eddie will do a great job of being a dick heel, but I don't think the fans will take to it. Of course, Rey Mysterio is pretty much the best guy on either roster to turn someone heel, so that's a plus. In any event, this ought to give us some fresh matchup (this and the lottery). I wouldn't mind seeing a heel Eddie vs. a face Christian, but I may be asking a little too much with that one.


They could risk the crowd turning on Cena which could be a problem for booking.





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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.93
    Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
      Originally posted by BigSteve
      If they do an Eddie-Cena program, and they think that Eddie is oging to be a heel, I think that they will be sadly mistaken. In a sense, I understand that they turned Eddie because they seemingly had nothing for him to do as a face, since he's already fought Angle and JBL a million and one times. But on the other hand, the last time they tried to turn him heel, it didn't work. That's in addition to the fact that he's one of the top five babyfaces in the whole company right now, so it's not as if this move needed to be made right now. I don't know, I'll see how it plays out, and I think that Eddie will do a great job of being a dick heel, but I don't think the fans will take to it. Of course, Rey Mysterio is pretty much the best guy on either roster to turn someone heel, so that's a plus. In any event, this ought to give us some fresh matchup (this and the lottery). I wouldn't mind seeing a heel Eddie vs. a face Christian, but I may be asking a little too much with that one.


    They could risk the crowd turning on Cena which could be a problem for booking.




But that's what happens EVERYTIME they feud Rudo Eddie with somebody less charismatic than him. In fact, The Rock is the only face that I can recall who didn't end up losing heat to him...and that's mainly due to the shortness of the feud.

Seriously, Eddie always turns heel and feuds with a face...but Heel Eddie does the exact same things Face Eddie does, only with more attitude, so the fans turn on whoever he's facing because he's doing the very same things they're trained to cheer him for doing!



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    Originally posted by Freeway420
      Originally posted by Big Bad
      Freeway, I dare you to try and recap all of Big Show's turns. I dunno if the Zims have enough server space for a post that big.


    Off the top of my head (and from skimming Google):
    -Introed in February 1999 as a heel as Vince's back-up.
    -Turned face and joined The Union in the spring.
    -Turned heel during the summer and joined the Undertaker in a crappy tag team
    -Turned face again in the fall and won the WWF Title when Austin's neck acted up again at Survivor Series.
    -Lost WWF Title to Triple H early in 2000, turned heel again by whining about NOT winning the Royal Rumble Match (which The Rock won). At this point anyone opposing Rocky was automatically a heel. Show continued to heel it up (with Shane McMahon as his voicebox) until WrestleMania...
    -...And in weeks afterwards inexplicitly turned face again, spurred on by the pre-Mania SNL appearance where he stole the show with his whimsical antics. Show was horribly out of shape at this point and Shane turned on him and took him out (with help of half the heel roster) at Judgment Day. Show returned at the 2001 Royal Rumble as a face and puttered around in useless tag teams, then got drafted by RAW in early 2002.
    -Show turned heel on Stone Cold and joined the nWo in the spring of 2002. Big Show puttered around doing nothing useful, then got traded to Smackdown in the fall of 2002 where he remained a heel. Somehow Show remained a heel until he lost a match in 2004 that forced him to "Quit" the WWE, where he snapped and basically tried to kill Kurt Angle.
    -So of course, he returned as a face in September 2004, and somehow is still one now.


Big Show actually returned as a heel at Royal Rumble 2001, attacking The Rock, and then mixing in with the WWF Title feud between Kurt Angle & The Rock. By WrestleMania X7 he was in the Hardcore Division, feuding against Raven, Kane, Test, Rhyno, Bradshaw. Had a match against a face Shane McMahon at Backlash '01, as part of the Vince vs Shane feud. Show turned face again during the Invasion, and even fought on Team WWF at Survivor Series '01, before dropping down the ranks again, until his nWo turn on Austin



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I was hoping they bring in Psichosis and Super Crazy and Juvi to join up with Eddie in some sorta faction. Eddie don't need the WWE Title.

One dude who could keep up with Eddie in the charsima department is Carlito. He's getting those face reactions it seems.



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    Originally posted by BigSteve
    If they do an Eddie-Cena program, and they think that Eddie is oging to be a heel, I think that they will be sadly mistaken. In a sense, I understand that they turned Eddie because they seemingly had nothing for him to do as a face, since he's already fought Angle and JBL a million and one times. But on the other hand, the last time they tried to turn him heel, it didn't work. That's in addition to the fact that he's one of the top five babyfaces in the whole company right now, so it's not as if this move needed to be made right now. I don't know, I'll see how it plays out, and I think that Eddie will do a great job of being a dick heel, but I don't think the fans will take to it. Of course, Rey Mysterio is pretty much the best guy on either roster to turn someone heel, so that's a plus. In any event, this ought to give us some fresh matchup (this and the lottery). I wouldn't mind seeing a heel Eddie vs. a face Christian, but I may be asking a little too much with that one.


Eddie fairly successfully got boos last night, so there is hope that this'll work.
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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.46
    Originally posted by Freelovefreeway
    Show was horribly out of shape at this point and Shane turned on him and took him out (with help of half the heel roster) at Judgment Day. Show returned at the 2001 Royal Rumble


I'm afraid you've SLIPPED UP. Though it's nothing to be ashamed of when you've undertaken a task as daunting as this one.

- May 2000: Shane takes him out.
- July 2000: Show returns the night after Fully Loaded, chases Shane around, but swerve, turns on Undertaker and reunites with Shane.
- August 2000: Show written out and sent to fat camp until January.
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