WWF No Way Out 2002 Review

– Tag Team Turmoil ** ¼

– Rob Van Dam vs. Goldust ** ¼

– Tazz & Spike Dudley © vs. Booker T & Test (WWF Tag Team Championship) **

– William Regal © vs. Edge (WWF IC Championship/Brass Knuckles on a Pole) **

– The Rock vs. The Undertaker ***

– Triple H vs. Kurt Angle (#1 Contender’s Match/Special Guest Referee: Stephanie McMahon) *** ¼

– Chris Jericho © vs. Stone Cold (Undisputed WWF Championship) *** ¼

Overall: 6.5

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WWE Unforgiven 2008 Review

– Mark Henry © vs. Matt Hardy vs. The Miz vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Finlay (ECW Championship Scramble Match) ** ¾

– Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase © vs. Cryme Tyme (World Tag Team Championship) ** ¼

– Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho (Unsanctioned Match) ****

– Triple H © vs. Jeff Hardy vs. The Brian Kendrick vs. MVP vs. Shelton Benjamin (WWE Championship Scramble Match) *** ¼

– Michelle McCool vs. Maryse (Diva’s Championship) *

– Chris Jericho vs. JBL vs. Kane vs. Batista vs. Rey Mysterio (World Heavyweight Championship Scramble Match) ***

Overall: 7.0

 

WWE SummerSlam 2002 Review

– Kurt Angle vs. Rey Mysterio *** ¾

– Ric Flair vs. Chris Jericho ** ¾

– Eddie Guerrero vs. Edge *** ¼

– The Un-Americans © vs. Booker T & Goldust (WWE Tag Team Championship) ***

– Chris Benoit © vs. RVD (Intercontinental Championship) *** ½

– The Undertaker vs. Test ** ¾

– Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels (Unsanctioned Street Fight) **** ½

– The Rock © vs. Brock Lesnar (WWE Undisputed Championship) *** ½

Overall: 8.75

WWE Armageddon 2005 Review

– JBL vs. Matt Hardy **

– MNM vs. The Mexicools ** ¾

– Chris Benoit vs. Booker T (Best of 7 Series for the US Championship) *** ¾

– Bobby Lashley vs. William Regal & Paul Burchill ¾ *

– Juventud © vs. Kid Kash (WWE Cruiserweight Championship) *** ¼

– Batista & Rey Mysterio vs. Kane & Big Show ** ¼

– Undertaker vs. Randy Orton (Hell in a Cell) ****

Overall: 6.5

WWF Unforgiven: In Your House 98 Review

– Farooq, Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman vs. The Nation of Domination ** ¾

– Triple H © vs. Owen Hart (WWF European Championship) *** ¼

– New Midnight Express © vs. Rock ‘N’ Roll Express (NWA Tag Team Championship) ** ½

– Luna Vachon vs. Sable (Evening Gown Match) N/A

– New Age Outlaws © vs. LOD 2000 (WWF Tag Team Championship) ** ½

– The Undertaker vs. Kane (Inferno Match) ** ¼

– Stone Cold © vs. Dude Love (WWF Championship) *** ¾

Overall: 6.75

WWE Vengeance 2006 Review

– Randy Orton vs. Kurt Angle ***

– Umaga vs. Eugene ½ *

– Ric Flair vs. Mick Foley (2/3 Falls) ** ¼

– Shelton Benjamin © vs. Carlito vs. Johnny Nitro (Intercontinental Championship) *** ½

– Rob Van Dam © vs. Edge (WWE Championship) *** ¾

– Kane vs. Imposter Kane * ¼

– John Cena vs. Sabu (Extreme Lumberjack Match) ** ¾

– D-Generation X vs. Spirit Squad ***

Overall: 7.0

*Note: I will only be doing Overall Thoughts now for Live PPV Reviews & Documentaries.*

ECW One Night Stand 2006 Review

– Tazz vs. Jerry “The King” Lawler N/A

– Kurt Angle vs. Randy Orton *** ¼

– The FBI vs. Super Crazy & Yoshihiro Tajiri ***

– Rey Mysterio © vs. Sabu (World Heavyweight Championship) *** ½

– Mick Foley, Edge & Lita vs. Terry Funk, Tommy Dreamer & Beulah (Extreme Rules) ****

– Masato Tanaka vs. Balls Mahoney (Extreme Rules) **

– John Cena © vs. Rob Van Dam (WWE Championship) *** ¾

Overall: 8.5

Overall Thoughts – This was very well done just like the ONS previous to this one and if not the best PPV of 2006. It didn’t feel like the first ONS event talent wise but the crowd sure as hell did. We all know ECW has the best crowds and here was no different, they were hot throughout this stacked card. The night kicked off with Tazz taking on Jerry Lawler. This was only about 30 seconds but Tazz deserved to be on the card. Angle/Orton was good but it could have been a lot better, it got boring at some points but the crowd really made it better. This definitely shouldn’t have taken place here but with the newly revived ECW show making its debut it was understandable. The Tag Match was very fun; it was really cool of them to bring Tajiri from Japan since he wasn’t in the company in 06. The post match was cool when Big Show totally cleaned house. The World Title match was very good but I really wish they got more time. Rey & Sabu really had good chemistry and pulled off some really cool spots. The finish was really cool but I wasn’t a fan of them just stopping the match. The 6 Person Tag was MOTN, this was the definition of Hardcore. They pulled out loads of weapons in this match and the spots were unreal. Terry Funk looked to have a serious eye injury and actually came back during the middle of the match so huge props to him. Tanaka/Mahoney was decent; I wasn’t a huge fan of it but good to have straight ECW originals have a match. The WWE Championship match was borderline great but not quite there, they really had good chemistry and the crowd here was unreal. I wasn’t a fan of the finish and definitely think RVD should have gone over clean. Overall an outstanding show and definitely worth checking out.