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Match of the Week: As you can see, I have chosen to do a match of the week segment on my bio. Each week I will upload a new match and write a small review, as well as give the match a rating out of 10. I'll try to stay away from more recent stuff unless it's something many people may not have seen, or pull out a match that isn't as much spoken about as others, but that is still pretty good. So, without further ado, let's see the match
SPOILER ALERT!: My reviews do contain spoilers, so if want to watch the match before the very small review, then be careful when scrolling, and definitely stay away from the top 3 moments section as well.
Match: 2004 Royal Rumble match
Location: Royal Rumble 2004
Date: January 25, 2004
Review: After weeks of me being too lazy and putting it off, match of the week is back. And with the Royal Rumble match coming up, what better way to get hyped for it then actually watching one? A lot of things to like here. First, Chris Benoit winning it was a great idea. The man could wrestle like no other, Long runs by numbers 1 and 2, A good surprise entrant in Mick Foley, and an entrance by Ernest "The Cat" Miller was unintentionally funny to me at least, were also highlights. A part I really liked though was at then end when everyone was trying to dump out Big Show and just couldn't. It set Show up as the favorite as he dominated everyone else for a while until only Angle, Benoit, and Show were left. After taking down Benoit, Kurt Angle was dominating Big Show with ankle locks until Show did something uncharacteristic for most big guys. He grabbed onto the top rope, rolled over it, and took out Kurt Angle, who without a doubt looked like the winner of the match at that point. It's nice to have a big guy be able to do something like that, when many wrestlers at Show's height aren't athletic enough to do that. Benoit got Show back into the ring by doing a leg drop from the top rope that flipped Show back into the ring, Benoit gets up first and runs at Show, but gets caught in Show's grip. Show goes for a choke slam, but Benoit counters into a cross face. Show got to his feet and sort of a sidewalk slam to break the hold. Big Show picks up Benoit and decides enough is enough. He lifts him into a gorilla press and is about to throw him out. Benoit slips out of it and puts Show in a front headlock. Benoit gets lowered over the top rope and on to the apron, but still has a good grip on Show. He starts pulling down on Show, Show's feet come off the ground, and finally Show falls over the top and to the floor, sending Benoit to Wrestlemainia and which also set up the first installment of match of the week.
Top 3 moments of the night
1. Undertaker's gong hits, which distracts Kane long enough to eliminate him. Kane then beats hell out of Spike Dudley who was entering at the time
2. Big Show uses the top rope to help himself role through Kurt Angle's ankle lock, which propelled Angle over the top and onto the floor.
3. Benoit pulls Show over the top rope with a front face lock to win the rumble
Next time we'll take a look at another match from the Royal Rumble. This next one is a championship match between 2 all time great wrestlers. And if you think I'm talking about Punk vs. Rock, then you are very, very wrong.
Along with my match of the week, I am now also doing a review of the Reel. So after Ray releases each Reel update, check back here for thoughts and reactions from a guy who's been a part of it since day one.
After a nice intro by Rick and Scrappy, We have our first match of the night, and it is for the IC title
HoW(C) vs. Matt Rogers:
This match could have been better, I felt like my matching writing was horribly and pushed towards using signatures and finishers more then putting on a good match, and the finish seemed rushed as well. I promise I will provide better matches then what I gave out. Anyways, slipping back behind the 4th wall, I had the first shot at bringing gold to TwO. A lot of finishers attempted and hit, but in the end it took a new move, the Accordion Rack, to end the match.
Winner: Matt Rogers(New Champion)
We jump straight into the next match which is for the Tag Team Championships
The Horde(c) vs. TwO
This match was pretty good, I liked how it showed more a a move set for the competitors and took some out of their considered comfort zone ie Shash with the missile dropkick. The ending was pretty nice, the distraction after Fatir was powerbombed over the announce desk was a good idea. Shashvat was distracted long enough for Crow to hit a Rock Bottom on him. Biff ran back into the ring and he and Crow hit the 2D( the Dudleyz finsiher) for the win and second title change of the night.
Winners: TwO (New Champions)
We go straight to the next match up, which is the MITB ladder match. After the entrances the match starts with everyone targeting Olli. Scrappy had great lines, he had me laughing the whole match. Great spots in this match too, like when Olli suplexed Heel off the ladder, when Ben missile dropkicked the ladder knocking Prince off, and Ben's sunset flip powerbomb off the ladder on Heel. There were moments where Ben and Heel seemed to team up on everyone else and then they turn on each other just as quick, I wonder if anything else will come out of that. Prince and SED worked well together until they realized only one could win. Alex Riley just about pulls the case down, until Jeff runs in and pulls his legs out from underneath him. I loved the back and forth between Rick and Scrappy at the end. Jeff sees Ben was at the top of the ladder, and tries to tip over the ladder. Ben hangs on and dangles there for a bit before finally pulling the case down. Great match overall, possibly the best in Reel history.
Winner: Ben Rogers
And now it is time for the main event. Monique Black is shown backstage hyping it up until the ring was cleared of the ladders and bodies.
Main Event: B/R Championship
Y2J(c) vs. Ray
My main thing I liked here was the match flow. Nothing felt rushed or unneeded. I loved how Ray used a John Morrison like moveset. This Jomosexual (The John Morrison fan base) approves of that. Great spots in the match, Y2J's backstabber and Ray's C4 and moonlight drive come to mind. Ray picks up the win after hitting a top rope neckbreaker, and wins his first B/R championship.
Winner: Ray( New Champion)
After the match the rest of TwO come out and all hold up their titles to show they now own ever title on this night.
Is it weird that I somehow enjoy Golf?
Dude, did you see NXT? Adam Rose is actually a pretty entertaining gimmick. Surprised me how well it worked.
He posted the same thing at the Roddy Piper article. It was there where I told him I was a woman.
That dude was just questioning his sexuality.
As long as we have a respectable record in MLB this year. If we get to the playoffs next year it doesn't matter to me. Like you said, let's see what we have with the guys on our roster. It's a wait and see game.
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" -Impressed with Alex Riley on the pre game and post game 'panel' on the WWE Network. Alex comes by his talking skills naturally and seemingly has a long, productive future in his current role. I enjoyed working with Alex in NXT and feel he's a potential star on the Network" - Jim Ross
My god what a magnificent human being Good Ol JR is. I knew he always had an eye for talent. Well Matt my job here is done, Alex Riley has finally became the face of the company. I can now die in peace. *Majestically flys away*
Before my answer, I've got news from Mox. He wants to make a list of everyone's top 5 favorite WWE stars currently. But you guys have to be interested in it, otherwise he won't write it.
Now to my answer, Punk may have had some downs in his career, but Jesus Christ, the man was given 434 days as champion! In this era! And you don't always have to be in the main event to be recognized as a top star. When Bret Hart was champ, he didn't main event PPV's that much, he was nearly always the second match before the last one. And he is still looked as a great main event player in the past. And look at his recent track record: he may have not been champ, but he was booked nearly unbeatable for most of the time, he beat the Shield in a 3 on 1 handicap match, he destroyed nearly the whole mid card/upper mid card. And for an example, DB hasn't complained or left the company ever, even if he was misused a lot in the past by WWE. Punk left like a whiner.
"The chants weren't meant to disrespect Sheamus, Christian, Shield, or the Wyatt Family, it was meant to be a slap in the face of WWE." Yeah, chanting "this is awful!" and "boring!" isn't disrespectful at all...besides, they chanted for a whiner who left the company by breaking his contract during a awesome match(Shield vs Wyatts).