The WWE tag team champions Roddy Piper and Ric Flair defend their newly won titles against Randy Orton and Edge on the November 13, 2006 edition of Monday Night RAW. Will Orton and Edge get the best of these true wrestling legends? Check out the title match below:
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Hello dear wrestling fans, here we go with another addition of Falls Count Anywhere. This week, I thought I cover a little bit on various topics that are on the minds of not only myself, but many wrestling fans. There is a lot of things I’ve liked a lot, and a few that have been perplexing to say the least. Let’s get going!
WWE.com presented a Randy Orton career retrospective video on the December 30, 2013 episode of Raw. Check out the special look at his championship career in WWE:
Hello once again wrestling fans. A lot has happened since my last article, therefore, once again….Let’s get to it!
This guy’s potential is absolutely endless. The week of TLC, WWE broadcast Raw from Bryan’s home state of Washington. The reaction for him anywhere else is strong. However, in Seattle, the people seemed to get louder, the longer the night went on. Why they are not using him in the main card is beyond comprehension. Randy Orton, and much to my regret John Cena are major players, however, when chants of “Dan-iel Bry-an” and “Yes” drown out the promo’s with almost every major champion over the past decade in the ring. That speaks volumes. I like the Wyatt family, it’s a great new group of characters, but Daniel Bryan should not be wasted with them. In my mind, along with CM Punk, Daniel Bryan is the best in the business today. They should be at least used like it.
Congratulations to Randy Orton, the new Unified WWE World Heavyweight Champion! The Viper won the title at tonight’s WWE Tables Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view.
Check out the full results here:
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Former ECW champion and WWE star Justin Credible has published a new column at PWMania.com. Credible talks about life after wrestling, previews Sunday’s WWE TLC and more. This week Justin Credible has Petey Williams as the special guest on his Pro Wrestling 101 video series.
Here is an excerpt from his article:
“The reality of life after wrestling is starting to cross my mind more and more. I have done things in wrestling that I never thought possible. I was a World Champion, I wrestled in a WrestleMania, and I have been able to make a living at the thing I love to do most. Now what do I do when the roar of the crowd silences. When I can’t walk that aisle anymore. I have a couple of ideas, but nothing I mean nothing is like hearing the fans cheer or boo you, on any given night. I guess all of us come to this point in life.”
With this years PPV only a matter of days away i’m going down the list and reviewing the past PPV. Each articles will be a different year, also to see what was good and what was bad.
This PPV once again focused on the young and upcoming superstar in Wade Barrett. This of course was the year of the Nexus who stole the summer in their take over / feud with WWE management. He took on the the face of the WWE in John Cena. Also on the card was a forgettable WWE title match with the Miz taking on Randy Orton. The under card was also forgettable. Hell this hole PPV was forgettable but the fact is its review time!
We kick things off with a triple threat Intercontinental Title match with Dolph Ziggler © Defeating Kofi Kingston and Jack Swagger in a Ladder match.
This is no doubt about that this was a spot match but to a PPV built around this kind of gimmick it needed it. You had Ziggler who was the man for the title at the time and they needed someone to plug in against him. One of the better ladder matches that you will see in WWE.
The Divas Tag Team Table match and the Tag Team Title matches were just filler. At the time the Tag Team division was a joke and had no meaning. The Divas match was a different from the norm and while the women gave good effort never stood out. Especially following a match before it.
#1 Contender Ladder Match For WWE Title: John Morrison Def. King Sheamus
Before we get into this Lets remember that The Miz was champion at this time so the title was not was it usually is. The King Sheamus gimmick never got over and to have an Irish guy as a king was just laughable. Morrison has always been a guy that WWE management thought could be something but never matched up to the “Top Guy” role they wanted him to be.
WWE Title Match: The Miz © Defeats Randy Orton
Prior to this The Miz cashed in his MITB briefcase and won the title. This was an okay match but honestly you couldn’t take The Miz seriously at this time. Orton was trying to refined his character. At the time the WWE title was not the main focus point of the WWE. This was honestly a forgettable match and feud.
Four Way TLC Match For The World Heavyweight Championship: Edge © Def. Kane, Rey Mysterio & Alberto Del Rio
This was a fun match to watch and really it was time for Kane to lose the belt. He had his reign which was OK with a stupid storyline with the Undertaker. Del Rio was really coming into his own at this time and hadn’t proven himself as a title contender in my opinion. His feud with Mysterio i think go him into this match.
John Cena Def. Wade Barrett in a Chairs Match.
This really was the blow off with both guys, of course this was the year of the Nexus storyline and then they made Cena their B*tch. Cena got his revenge in this one and went on his marry way. Wade never rebounded since the Nexus and honestly looks lost. They have repacked him several times but nothing got him as over then when he was the top heel in the summer of this year.
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Its finally out there, in WWE own words or more less Triple H weekly sit down interview with Michael Cole he said: “In 11 years, after the brand extension is no longer, at TLC we will have a undisputed champion”, now I summed up what he said but that’s the majority of what he said about this match.