Vince Can't See Me; JROW; Week 1, Part 2

J. RobinsonCorrespondent IMarch 25, 2009

Once again it's about that time. Missed the first episode? here is the link.

I have changed the name from ROW, to JROW. Translation: Jay Rob's Organized Wrestling.

For those who tuned in, here is the quick recap.

Kane and The Warlord started an intense rivalry after a tag team match where Kane and John Cena picked up the W over Butch Reed and The Warlord. After busting Kane wide open with this W staff, Stephanie McMahon made a match for Saturday Stampede for these two, hoping to settle the score.

Co-GMs Shane and Stephanie McMahon announced the main event for this month's PPV, Retribution. With all titles vacated, there will be a six-man elimination style match for the richest prize in the JROW, the Elite Championship.

So far, the Ultimate Warrior is the first man to qualify. The next qualifier will be a match between Mr. Perfect and The Rock. Another qualifier will take place on The Saturday Stampede, the Kane/Warlord match.

The NWO planted a random attack on DX during their match against the Motor City Machine Guns, causing DX to win via DQ. I wonder what DX has in store for Hogan and Savage tonight, as they face Sting and Don Muraco.

Tuesday's main event saw a very fast paced 8 man tag between the Hardys, Evan Bourne and AJ Styles vs Randy Orton, Edge, Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase Jr.

The match ended with Lita's interference and an RKO planted on Matt Hardy. Matt and Jeff will seek revenge tonight, the question is what are they planning to do?

Thursday Night Fever

Commentators: Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler

Match Card:

Retribution Qualifier: The Rock vs. Mr. Perfect

NWO (Hogan and Savage) vs. Sting and Don Muraco

Stacy Keibler & Beth Phoenix vs. Trish Stratus & Michelle McCool

Red Rooster vs. Ted DiBiase Jr.

Charlie Haas vs. Cody Rhodes

Jim Ross welcomes the world to the first edition of Thursday Night Fever. The King is excited as always to announce the tag team match between Stratus/McCool & Phoenix/Keibler. Jim Ross can't wait to kick off the night's action, as we start with Rock/Perfect.

The Rock vs. Mr. Perfect: Qualifying Match

Winner: The Rock

This was a back and forth match that showed a lot of technical skill from both men. With Perfect looking for the Perfect Plex, Rock counters into the Rock Bottom.

Back from the commercial break, Randy Orton, Edge, and Lita make their way to the ring. They discuss how great it felt to prove once again that they are the best tag team ever by defeating Styles, Bourne and the most daredevil of tag teams, the Hardys. Edge states that to prove officially that they are better than the Hardys, he and Orton challenge Matt & Jeff to a match at Retribution.

Matt and Jeff then storm the ring. Orton and Edge escape but Jeff grabs Lita before she can leave the ring. Then Jeff throws Lita to Matt, and he delivers the Twist of Fate.

Matt Hardy then grabs the mic, stating that the Hardys accept. He proposes a challenge of his own, demanding Orton meets him for the main event tonight.

Backstage: Randy Orton has met up with Sean Mooney and has accepted Matt Hardy's challenge. Edge then steps in and says that he will pay for what he did to Lita.

Stacy Keibler and Beth Phoenix vs. Trish Stratus and Michelle McCool

Winners: Stratus and McCool

Trish Stratus delivers the Chick Kick to Beth Phoenix, knocking her to the floor. Stacy Keibler then tries to clothesline Trish but misses, running into a waiting McCool. Michelle then delivers a piledriver and picks up the victory.

Red Rooster vs Ted DiBiase Jr.

Winner: DiBiase Jr.

Squash match that ended with Dreamstreet and a One Two Three.

Backstage: Lord Alfred Hayes is backstage with Sting, who is about to team with Don Muraco to face "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan and the "Macho Man" Randy Savage. Hayes mentions that the world knows about Sting's hatred of the New World Order, and had been in the ring with both men many times.

Sting interrupts by saying that there is no greater ICON than him, not even Savage or Hogan. "I've beaten them a thousand times; tonight is no different."

Sting w/Miss Elizabeth & Don Muraco vs. NWO

Winner: NWO by DQ

With the referee distracted by Warrior and Elizabeth, Sting locks in the Scorpion Deathlock on Hogan. Savage takes the ring bell and nails Sting in the head with it. Muraco goes to attack Savage, but Macho hits him with a low blow.

Then HBK comes out and gives the Macho Man the Sweet Chin Music. The ref catches this, and orders for the bell. The Warrior attempts to climb into the ring, but Triple H is right behind him and nails him with the Spinebuster outside on the floor.

Cody Rhodes vs. Charlie Haas

Winner: Charlie Haas

After the biggest win of his career, Charlie Haas improves his record to 2-0, making Rhodes submit to the Haas Of Pain. After the match, Kurt Angle comes out and delivers and Angle Slam to Haas, warning him to not mess with an Olympic gold medalist.

Shane McMahon comes out and announces that all the vacant titles will be decided at Retribution. Matches will be decided at a later date.

The Rock's music hits, and he demands that Shane McMahon tells him who else will be qualifying. Then out of nowhere, Batista comes out a gives Rocky a spinebuster. Then Shane cheap shots the Rock and throws him outside. Batista picks Rock up and powerbombs him through the Spanish announce table.

Main Event: Randy Orton w/Edge and Lita vs. Matt Hardy w/Jeff Hardy

Winner: Matt Hardy

With Edge vowing revenge on Hardy, he enters the ring with Lita distracting the referee. He sets up Matt for the spear, but he accidentally nails Orton. Jeff grabs Edge by the feet and drags him outside to the floor. Matt then covers Orton for the victory.

Next Segment: The Saturday Stampede

Kane vs Warlord. Winner will Qualify for Elite Title Shot.

Batista in Action.

DX/NWO Rivalry will unravel.


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