WWE SMACKDOWN! RESULTS
June 2, 2006|
Announcers: Michael Cole & Tazz
- INTERNET VELOCITY TAPING:
- Sylvester Terkay defeated Scotty Too Hotty in a dark match..
- Tatanka defeated Scott Williams..
- Gunner Scott defeated Simon Dean..
- The Mexicools (Psicosis & Super Crazy) defeated Paul London & Brian Kendrick in a Non-title match.
- Gregory Helms (Cruiserweight Champion) defeated ???????? in a Non-title match..
- FEATURE: Mike "The Miz" Mizanin..
- Mike Mizanin started the show standing in the crowd and introduced all the matches scheduled for tonight..
- Booker T vs Bobby Lashley, Piper's Pit with The Great Khali, and Kurt Angle vs Rey Mysterio right NOW!
- Editor's Notes: Mike Mizanin was pumped up WHO-RAW! and is continuing his Reality-based character..
- WORLD TITLE MATCH: Kurt Angle defeated Rey Mysterio by Countout..
- Paul Heyman came out and joined Michael Cole & Tazz on commentary and talked about drafting Kurt Angle to ECW..
- Editor's Notes: They still have yet to acknowledge the fact that Kurt Angle was anti-ECW 12 months ago..
- Heyman made a subtle reference "4-sides, 6-sided, 8-sided rings, everybody is jumping to be in the new ECW"..
- After a long match, Kurt Angle suplexed Rey Mysterio over the top rope and won the match by Count out..
- Kurt Angle shook Rey Mysterio's hand and handed him the World Heavyweight championship belt..
- Editor's Notes: This was billed as Kurt Angle's "Farewell to Smackdown!" match..
- BACKSTAGE: Nunzio asked a crew member if he saw Big Vito to tell him to go out to the ring in his corner..
- MATCH: Matt Hardy defeated Nunzio..
- Matt Hardy scored the pinfall and Big Vito showed up wearing a long black dress and Nunzio was freaked out..
- PIPERS PIT: "Rowdy" Roddy Piper + The Great Khali & Daivari..
- Roddy Piper acted tough and fearless checking out The Great Khali calling his butt "Brokeback Mountain"..
- Roddy Piper said that The Undertaker is the toughest man to ever be in WWE and Great Khali is a lucky man..
- Roddy Piper wanted to speak eye-to-eye so he got on the second rope, so Khali grabbed him by the neck!
- Daivari instruction The Great Khali to put Roddy Piper down and Daivari warned Piper to do his job or else..
- Roddy Piper punched out Daivari so The Great Khali destroyed Rowdy Roddy Piper within seconds!
- DIVAS MATCH: Jillian Hall defeated Kristal Marshall..
- Smackdown!'s newest diva, Ashley Massaro (dejavu anybody?), joined Michael Cole & Tazz on commentary..
- Jillian Hall won the match and shook Kristal Marshall's hand ------- but the show wasn't over..
- Michelle McCool appeared and said Ashley Massaro isn't the only newest Diva coming to Smackdown!..
- Michelle McCool said she was a former school teacher is was there to teach the divas some thing..
- Editor's Notes: Michelle McCool looks like she has stolen Stacy Keibler's "Miss Hancock" gimmick..
- MATCH: Mark Henry defeated Paul Burchill..
- Paul Burchill was destroyed for the second week in a row (what did he do to get sent to the dog house?)..
- After the match, Mark Henry continued to assault Paul Burchill and rammed him into the ring post..
- Mark Henry applied a modified camel clutch under the ring rope as Burchill bleed from the mouth..
- SQUASH MATCH: Fit Finlay defeated Caden Matthews..
- After the match, Fit Finlay pulled his psycho midget leprecaun out from under the ring again..
- The leprecaun went crazy attacking the fallen Caden Matthews until Finley put him back under the ring..
- RINGSIDE: Tazz cut a promo and challenged Jerry "The King" Lawler to a 1-on-1 at ECW One Night Stand..
- MAIN EVENT: Bobby Lashley defeated King Booker w/Queen Sharmell..
- William Regal came out first shouting "All Hail King Booker!" as Booker T & Sharmell walked to the ring..
- Bobby Lashley pinned King Booker to win the match, but William Regal & Fit Finlay attacked Lashley afterwards!
- King Booker joined for a 3-on-1 in and hit his Bookend (Rock Bottom) to finish off Bobby Lashley for good..
- Bobby Lashley fought back but couldn't overcome the odds as Regal & Finlay forced Lashley to kiss Booker's feet!
- And that's a wrap folks...
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