My views on Pro Wrestling from the East and West

Tuesday, December 14, 2004

WWE Armageddon Results

Was anyone aware that this PPV was yesterday? It totally slipped my mind, but I really couln't give a crap after the miserable past few days I've been having. And the card for the PPV was nothing to shout home about from the get go. From the results there were only 2 things that caught my interest, and hopefully I'll be able to download them somewhere. Read the results and see if you can guess what caught my eye.

WWE Tag Team Championship
Rey Mysterio & Rob Van Dam beat Rene Dupree & Kenzo Suzuki when RVD pinned Dupree with the Five Star Frog Splash to retain the titles. When exactly did Mysterio & RVD win the titles again?

Kurt Angle beat Santa Claus with an Ankle Lock. And you wonder why I don't regret missing WWE PPVs anymore.

Dixie Dog Fight (AKA A Boxing Match)
Daniel Puder beat Mike Mizanin by fans decision after 3 rounds. Mizanin really had no chance of beating Puder due to his popularity, unless he could have knocked out the former MMA fighter.

The Basham Brothers beat Hardcore Holly & Charlie Haas when Danny Basham pinned Holly with a small-package after switching places with Doug Basham while Holly was distracted by Haas who was trying to break up a cat fight between Ms. Jackie & Dawn Marie.

US Championship - Street Fight
John Cena beat Jesus with the FU. A near total squash.

Dawn Marie beat Ms. Jackie with a roll-up and hooking the tights. Charlie Haas was the referee. Post match he said he didn't love Jackie, and called Dawn a slut. He then walked out on both of them. Hopefully this means that the whole dumb story is finished.

3-on-1 Handicap Match
The Big Show beat Kurt Angle, Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak when he pinned Jindrak with the F5.

WWE Cruiserweight Title
Funaki beat Spike Dudley when he countered the Dudley Dog into a roll-up to win the title.

WWE Championship - Anything Goes Fatal Four-Way
John "Bradshaw" Leyfield beat Eddie Guerrero, Booker T and The Undertaker when he pinned Booker with the Clothesline From Hell. 'Taker had the match won till John Heidenreich made his return and took him out, leaving JBL free get the win.

So could you guess the two standout moments I was talking about? The first was obviously Sho Funaki winning the cruiserweight title off Spike Dudley. God know Funaki desereved it after all these years with WWE. The second was Big Show using Brock Lesner's F5 finisher to win his handicap match. I want to see what the reaction was like, cause the reports said everyone was shocked and surprised when he pulled it off.


Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home