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  1. CM Punk is on top once again! I marked twice: the first was when he won, the second was for Taker! I've been salivating at the idea of a Punk/Taker feud for a while, and now it looks like I'll get my wish!


    What the hell was up with the Cena/Orton match? Lilian was all over the place and then that fan jumping out. At first I wasn't sure if the fan was a work, but when they didn't show the scuffle in the replay at the end, I knew it was legit.


    Anyway, I'm just happy Punk's the Champ again. The Deadman's return is the icing on the cake!

  2. Here is the complete listing for the WWE's Rise And Fall Of WCW DVD, according to Silvervision:





    * Jim Crockett Promotions

    * Georgia Championship Wrestling

    * Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling

    * Black Saturday

    * The Expansion

    * Crockett Sells to Turner

    * Greatest Talent in the World

    * New Management

    * Bill Watts Era

    * Bill Shaw Hires Eric Bischoff

    * Hulk Hogan Arrives

    * Nitro Debuts

    * nWo

    * Cruiserweights

    * Goldberg

    * WCW Ratings Champ

    * Celebrities

    * Goldberg vs. Hogan

    * Mistakes Begin

    * Vince Russo

    * A Corporate Merger

    * McMahon buys WCW

    * Legacy of WCW



    * Lost in Cleveland (Cactus Jack vignette)

    * Bill Watts Defends Himself

    * Spam Man

    * The Origin of Goldberg

    * Bischoff Gives Away RAW Results






    * $1,000 Challenge Match: Ric Flair vs. Magnum T.A.

    NWA World Championship Wrestling – June 15, 1985


    * Sting, Lex Luger & Barry Windham vs. Ric Flair, Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon)

    The Main Event – April 3, 1988


    * United States Championship Match: Dusty Rhodes vs. Barry Windham

    Great American Bash – July 10, 1988


    * NWA World Heavyweight Championship Match: Ric Flair vs. Ricky ‘The Dragon' Steamboat

    Chi-Town Rumble – February 20, 1989


    * The Rock ‘n' Roll Express vs. The Midnight Express


    Wrestle War – February 25, 1990


    * NWA United States Tag Team Championship Match: The Midnight Express vs. The Southern Boys

    Great American Bash – July 7, 1990


    * WCW World Tag Team Championship Match: The Steiner Brothers vs. Sting & Lex Luger

    SuperBrawl – May 19, 1991


    * WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match: Sting vs. Big Van Vader

    Great American Bash – July 12, 1992


    * WCW International World Heavyweight Championship Match: Rick Rude vs. Sting

    Spring Stampede – April 17, 1994


    * WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match: Ric Flair vs. Hulk Hogan

    Bash at the Beach – July 17, 1994





    * WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match: Ric Flair vs. The Giant

    Nitro – April 29, 1996


    * WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match: Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Dean Malenko

    Clash of the Champions XXXIII – August 15, 1996


    * War Games Match: Team WCW- Sting, Lex Luger, Ric Fair & Arn Anderson vs. Team n.W.o.- Hollywood Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall & a Mystery Partner

    Fall Brawl – September 15, 1996


    * United States Championship Ladder Match: Syxx vs. Eddie Guerrero

    Souled Out – January 25, 1997


    * United States Championship No Disqualification Match: Eddie Guerrero vs. Dean Malenko

    Uncensored – March 16, 1997


    * WCW Cruiserweight Championship Title vs. Mask Match: Chris Jericho vs. Juventud Guerrera

    SuperBrawl VIII – February 22, 1998


    * WCW Unified World Tag Team Championship Match: The Steiner Brothers vs. The Outsiders

    SuperBrawl VIII – February 22, 1998


    * Diamond Dallas Page & Karl Malone vs. Hollywood Hulk Hogan & Dennis Rodman

    Bash at the Beach – July 12, 1998


    * WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match: Goldberg vs. Diamond Dallas Page

    Halloween Havoc – October 25, 1998


    * WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match: Booker T vs. Lance Storm

    Nitro – August 7, 2000


    I'm really looking forward to this. It's a shame not to have Bischoff on it, but I guess he feels there's nothing more to say about WCW.

  3. Here's the card:


    D-Generation X vs. The Legacy


    WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. John Cena (WWE Championship)


    World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy vs. CM Punk (World Heavyweight Championship)


    Intercontinental Champion Rey Mysterio vs. Dolph Ziggler (InterContinental Championship )


    ECW Champion Christian vs. William Regal (ECW Championship)


    Cryme Tyme vs. Unified Tag Champions Chris Jericho & Big Show (Unified Tag Team Championship)


    The Great Khali vs. Kane


    Jack Swagger vs. MVP


    No chance of my man CM Punk regaining... although one can live in hope!

  4. I stayed up to watch Mania. Taker/HBK was amazing! Every second was intriguing and I was actually scared for Taker when he took that sick bump after the suicide dive.


    As for the rest of the card, it was pretty good. MITB had great spots as usual, although I would have preferred somebody else to win. I love Punk, but MITB is always better when it's won by somebody who's never had it before.


    LOL at Piper swearing at Jericho. Up until that point, I didn't think the show was on a time delay.


    Jeff/Matt was good. The Twist of Fate on the chair was a great finish. Matt's coat was nice.


    The Cena clones were cool. I have to admit, despite being a Cena-hater, his Mania entrances are always great. Good to hear Thuganomics again. The match was decent. Big show screaming at the ref to get him out of the ropes was funny.


    Orton/HHH was very much an anti-climax. It should have been alot more violent. I know WWE is TV-PG now, but they should have made an exception last night. I knew Orton wasn't going over.


    17-0 BABY!!

  5. The Santino/Beth/Rosa segment was hilarious! I love Glamarella and Rosa fits in really well with them.


    In regards to the Orton/Vince saga, talk about replay overkill! I know WWE loves replays, but how many times do we have to see "the punt of doom" on one show? The payoff wasn't even worth it. The final segment sucked. Orton was great though. I was surprised to read on Wikipedia that Intermittent Explosive Disorder actually exists. Under the section of the I.E.D article "famous people who have it", somebody actually put Randy Orton, which made me laugh.