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    Re: WWE 2010: Nobody Said It Was Easy

    Road to:
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    The Miz was not happy with the outcome of his WWE title match against John Cena and demanded a rematch on Raw. John Cena came out ready to give Miz another shot but was instead interrupted by a GONG signalling a huge return of The Undertaker. Taker slowly walked out and as he entered the ring, he immediately chokeslammed The Miz and laid down the challenge for John Cena to a match for the WWE Title at Summerslam. Cena realized Undertaker was a legend in the business and nothing could make this title reign more legit than beating “The Deadman” himself. In the upcoming weeks The Miz feeling that Undertaker disrespected him, as they both were legends in the business in his own mind, tried to attack Undertaker but instead got put through the announcers table with a chokeslam for his troubles. With Miz now out of the equation, Cena and Undertaker now had their focus set on Summerslam and the big main event matchup. During the weeks leading up the match, the two men obviously had a huge amount of respect for each other which showed in their promos. Undertaker and Cena even teamed up to take out the team of Anarchy ahead of their big main event at Summerslam where they showed off their signature moves to each other.

    But Undertaker was not the only threat to John Cenas WWE Title reign. After turning on his partner, R-Truth now had the key to the kingdom, The Money In The Bank Briefcase, and he let Cena know that he would cash that in whenever he felt like it. R-Truth felt underappreciated after his big win at Money In The Bank and he demanded the respect from both the people in the audience and all the Superstars on Raw. He told everyone that when the time is right, “the truth will be out”. R-Truths demeanour had completely changed, the happy go-lucky guy was no more. This was something that his old partner John Morrison took offense to, not only did R-Truth cost Morrison the briefcase with that huge powerbomb, but he had also changed into a completely different man, something Morrison was rather worried about. Morrison still wanted to believe that the R-Truth he once knew was still there. R-Truth challenged Morrison to a match at Summerslam, to show that him first-hand, that R-Truth was nothing like before. Morrison had a troubling back after his nasty fall at Money In The Bank thanks to R-Truth, but he accepted the match offer none the less.

    Randy Orton and Sheamus had been at each other’s throats for months, battling it out at Over The Limit, The in the WWE Title Fourway at Fatal Fourway and then they were both in the Raw Money In The Bank Match. In the weeks leading up to Summerslam no one could separate the two men as they brawled in all kinds of places such as, backstage and in the crowd. Both men seemed to have enough and agreed to one final match with a definitive ending, a Falls Count Anywhere match!

    “The High Flying” United States champion Evan Bourne may have defeated Alberto Del Rio at Money In The Bank, but not with any kind of conviction as Del Rios leg clearly was on the ropes as the referee counted the pinfall. Alberto Del Rio furious with the refereeing demanded a rematch with a different referee. The two men seemed set for a match at Summerslam when Jack Swagger appeared on the last episode of Raw ahead of Summerslam after getting fired from Smackdown and immediately set his sights on the US Title. The All-American was set on getting another title around his waist since losing the World Heavyweight Title on Smackdown. He did not only want to shut Del Rio’s Mexican mouth up but dethrone Evan Bourne so the United States Championship could be held by a man the Americans could look up to, not down on, referring to the size of Bourne.

    The Hart Dynasty had fended off both the challenge of the Dudebusters and most recently Anarchy. But as two of the biggest, strongest and meanest superstars regained their bond Kidd and DH Smith faced their greatest challenge yet. After Big Show and Kanes win against the Straight Edge Society the two men started teaming together once again and soon became the clear challengers to The Hart Dynastys Tag Titles. Would the wits and smarts of The Hart Dynasty be enough to defeat the two giants in Big Show and Kane?






    After CM Punks impressive win over Edge at Money In The Bank, the dream of Edge against Christian for the big gold belt at Summerslam was over, something CM Punk was quick to point out and try to get under Christians skin with. Punk questioned Christians status as a main-eventer and told Christian he would have not been in this position without Edge and he would always be in the shadow of his so-called best friend Edge. Christian denied all this saying he was his own man, and even though he did love Edge he had shown his worth as a top tier talent at Money In The Bank. As Edge had to focus on his own match at Summerslam (more on that later) CM Punk and his Straight Edge Society used their number advantage against Christian to gain the clear advantage ahead of their World Heavyweight Championship match, at Summerslam. With Edge absence CM Punk's message to Christian had started to resonate with him. Was Edge really his friend, or was he just an ultimate opportunist ready to take the title of Christian as soon as he gets his chance?

    Chris Jericho did what he promised, he won the match that he invented, but he had a lot to thank his protegee, Wade Barrett, for that feat. Chris Jericho laughed how Rey Mysterio lost the match thanks to a pathetic mask. He questioned how ugly a person had to be to want to hide under a mask all of the time. Rey obviously upset with this, seeing it’s not even the first time Jericho’s obsession with Rey's mask has shown (Extreme Rules 2009 and Over The Limit 2010) made a challenge for Chris Jerichos briefcase at Summerslam. Jericho thought about it, and if Rey could beat Wade Barrett, Chris Jericho would come with a counteroffer. Mysterio ended up winning the match, and Jericho actually put his briefcase on the line, if Rey Mysterio put his mask on the line, and if Mysterio lost, he would not only have to show his face, but he could never wear the mask again. Rey Mysterio hesitated, realizing the huge stakes but then accepted, willing to do anything to get his redemption on Jericho.

    As mentioned earlier, Edge had his own trouble. “The Chosen One” Drew McIntyre had put his sights on Edge, wanting to beat him to legitimize his Intercontinental Title reign and get the approval of Heyman and WWE Management, but also get the attention of current World Champion Christian. Edge accepted and wanted to prove to the young Scotsman that Edge’s experience in these big time matches, would weigh the most. Drew however was the one in clear advantage in the lead-up to the match surprising Edge with several attacks and Claymore Kicks in the weeks leading up to the match. With both Edge and Christian in singles matches for titles at Summerslam and Christian starting to doubt Edge's motives, the two men decided to go out alone in their matches and then reunite the Smackdown after Summerslam, with all of the Smackdown gold around their waist's!

    In the women’s division it had been obvious for quite some time that two titles were one too many. Gail Kim had enough of not being featured on PPV and went on Smackdown to lay down the challenge. Gail Kim and Beth Phoenix were seen as the two best women in the WWE and they had both beaten every other woman on their respective brands and the only thing left for them, was to face each other. Their rivalry spanned over both Raw and Smackdown as Gail Kim was on the Raw roster and Pheonix on Smackdown. With both of them having the respect of the crowd they agreed to a unification match, where the winner would become the Undisputed Womens Champion.




    Official Card for Summerslam 2010

    John Cena © Vs The Undertaker
    (WWE Title Match)

    Drew McIntyre © Vs Edge
    (Intercontinental Title Match)

    Christian © Vs CM Punk
    (World Heavyweight Title Match)

    Gail Kim © Vs Beth Pheonix ©
    (Undisputed Womens Title Match)

    R-Truth Vs John Morrison

    Chris Jericho Vs Rey Mysterio
    (Money In The Bank Briefcase Vs Mask)

    Big Show and Kane Vs The Hart Dynasty ©
    (WWE Tag Team Titles Match)

    Sheamus Vs Randy Orton
    – Falls Count Anywhere

    (Pre-Show) Evan Bourne Vs Alberto Del Rio Vs Jack Swagger (United States Title Match)


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    Summerslam Re: WWE 2010: Nobody Said It Was Easy


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    Summerslam 2010





    (Pre-Show) Evan Bourne © Vs Alberto Del Rio Vs Jack Swagger (United States Title Match)
    A hot pre-show match getting the crowd going with a lot of high-flying manoeuvres from Bourne matched with mat-wrestling from Swagger and Del Rio who both cheated to gain an advantage in some part of the match. The match ended when Bourne went up to hit the Shooting Star Press but Swagger crotched Bourne on the top-rope and then put him in the Ankle Lock, but Del Rio came from behind with a backstabber and then a cross-armbreaker on to Swagger who tapped out meaning that we had a new champion already, and the show had not even started properly yet.

    Winner after 11:57 and NEW United States Champion, Alberto Del Rio





    Big Show and Kane Vs The Hart Dynasty © (WWE Tag Team Titles)
    The opening match of this Summerslam card was the tag team titles bout. The two big men worked over Kidd, the smaller nimbler guy for most of the match. It was obvious that Kane and Big Show were the superior athletes, but The Hart Dynasty kept on using great teamwork that kept them in the match. The match seemed to go Big Show and Kane’s way setting up for a double chokeslam to DH Smith when Natalya distracted the referee which allowed Kidd to low-blow first Kane and then Big Show before the team hit the Hart Attack on Big Show as Natalya held Kane’s leg slowing him down enough to not be able to break up the pin. In quite shocking fashion The Hart Dynasty had won, but the otherwise so well-liked teams were met with huge boos as they left the ring and rushed backstage with Natalya.

    Winner after 13:01, and STILL WWE Tag Team Champions, The Hart Dynasty





    Gail Kim © Vs Beth Phoenix © (Undisputed Womens Title Match)
    The only women’s match on the card was the big unification match as these two women showed why they are the best the WWE has to offer when they went toe to toe for 13 minutes with each other. The match started off without any real interest garnered from the crowd but as the match went deeper the crowd woke up from its slumber. Big moves were hit and kicked out from like when Beth Phoenix kicked out from a Eat Defeat from Kim. Gail Kim went up to the top rope looking to end the match but Beth got up there with her. The two women hit each other with stiff looking forearms until Pheonix got the advantage and from the top-rope managed to hit an Avalanche Glam Slam! After the match, Kim regaining conscious shook Beth's hand as she raised the newly designed Women's Title belt as both women got to hear the cheers and applause from the crowd.

    Winner after 13:28 and NEW Womens Champion, Beth Pheonix





    R-Truth Vs John Morrison

    In this match we got to see a new side to “Mr. Money In The Bank” R-Truth, an aggressive side we had never seen before. There was no showboating and the flashy moves were few and far between. Instead he started of by unleashing a barrage of fists towards Morrison who tried to counter but John Morrison still seemed hesitant to hit his former friend Truth. John Morrison’s unwillingness to punish R-Truth was his downfall in this match as the tenacity from Truth was in the end to much as he ended Morrison with the Lie Detector. After the match, R-Truth was seemingly not satisfied with the punishment he had delivered to Morrison and continued to beat down John Morrison until WWE staff came running into the ring to stop Truth and check on Morrison.

    Winner after 9:54, R-Truth





    Christian © Vs CM Punk (World Heavyweight Title Match)

    In our first really big match of the evening, or as Michael Cole annoyingly bellowed out, “Our first of many Main Events!” we had CM Punk flanked by Luke Gallows and Serena Deeb, the Straight Edge Society versus the champion Christian. Christian was still desperate to prove himself as a top champion on his own as he started the match in a frantic pace. But CM Punk was able to keep up with it showing that Punk was not only relying on S.E.S but also his wrestling ability. This was a barnburner of a match where Gallows and Deeb helped Punk whenever it was necessary, putting his foot on the rope after a Killswitch for example, and you could see Christian getting more and more frustrated with it. CM Punk hit a Go To Sleep but Christian kicked out at the very last second showing the heart of a true champion. Christian tried going for a frogsplash, but Punk moved and tried to lock in the Anaconda Vice but Christian immediately grabbed the ropes as the two men proved to be very evenly matched. In the end, Christian had enough of the outside interference from S.E.S and went for a top rope splash knocking down both Gallows and Deeb. When Christian went back ring however, he was met with a second Go To Sleep and CM Punk scored the pinfall victory over Christian and the World Heavyweight Championship was now in the hands of the Straight Edge Superstar and The Straigh Edge Society.

    Winner after 25:12 and NEW World Heavyweight Champion, CM Punk





    Sheamus Vs Randy Orton – Falls Count Anywhere
    This was predicted to be a big nasty brawl, and it did not under-deliver. This rivalry had been brewing for months now and these two left everything in and outside the ring. The match started with dueling chairshots until Orton managed to RKO Sheamus through announce table, but Sheamus somehow kicked out. Sheamus hit a Celtic Cross onto a ladder, but Orton also rather miraculously kicked out at 2. The two men brawled through the crowd and later on up the stage as neither man looked like they were ever going to be held down for the three-count. Randy Orton tried to throw Sheamus off the stage, but Sheamus teetered on the edge, keeping his balance. When Sheamus was stood on the edge Orton was looking to finish Sheamus off with a chair but Sheamus was quick to react and as Orton was setting up to strike, he was met with a Brogue Kick on the chair onto the face Orton. Sheamus crawled over and pinned Orton to the dismay of the fans.

    Winner after 15:46, Sheamus





    Drew McIntyre © Vs Edge (Intercontinental Title Match)
    This was a match where it was obvious that Drew was the bigger guy and was in better shape. But Edge had for the night the quicker brain. Drew had a chip on his shoulder feeling he had to prove himself both to Edge, and WWE Management but Edge was able to evade all the big offense from Drew, something no one had done before in the same fashion. This frustrated Drew who started making mistakes, such as getting into the referees face instead of keeping the pressure on Edge. This all led to Drew going for and missing with a huge clothesline and when he turned around, he was met with a Spear from Edge showing his opportunistic side and after the referee counted the pinfall, Edge was your new Intercontinental Championship. Edge was elated with win as he celebrated the title win amongst the fans in the front row.

    Winner after 11:58 and NEW Intercontinental Champion, Edge





    Chris Jericho Vs Rey Mysterio (Money In The Bank Briefcase Vs Mask)
    In maybe the hottest match all night looking at fan reactions, Mysterio and Jericho were looking to settle the score once and for all. These two knew each other in and out from previous encounters going all the way back to WCW. And just like the match at Fatal 4-Way a lot of counters were happening from both sides. At one-point Rey Mysterio jumped from the ropes straight into a Codebreaker but somehow Rey Mysterio managed to kick out to the shock of pretty much everyone in the arena, including Jericho. Chris Jericho even seemed to be okay with a countout win, as he threw Mysterio shoulder-first into the barricade, but Mysterio was just back in the ring as the referee shouted 9. Mysterio used his speed, and after Chris Jericho tried to lock in the Walls Of Jericho, Mysterio managed to roll through and grab a schoolboy pin but Jericho managed to kick out at the very last second. It was in the end Chris Jerichos protegee, Wade Barrett that made the difference as Rey had Jericho right where he wanted him, kneeled on the second rope. Rey hit the ropes for momentum to hit a big 619, but Barrett tripped Mysterio up. Mysterio was furious with the distraction and as he was yelling at Barrett he was met with a nasty elbow. Jericho who had distracted the referee used this to put Mysterio in the Walls Of Jericho and Rey Mysterio not wanting to give up his mask, did not tap out, but in the end passed out making Jericho the victor. After the match Barrett grabbed a hold of Rey Mysterio lifeless looking body allowing Jericho take off Mysterio's mask rather unceremoniously. Jericho and Barrett celebrated on top of the ramp with the briefcase in one hand and Mysterios mask in the other. Back in the ring Mysterio got help from medics to get back to his feet and you could see Mysterio was on the verge of tears as he hid his face while struggling to walk to the back ashamed of what had just occurred.

    Winner after 18:18 and STILL Money In The Bank briefcase holder, Chris Jericho





    John Cena © vs The Undertaker (WWE Title Match)

    The last match of the evening was between two WWE Legends and future Hall of Famers. John Cena and the Undertaker had never faced off in singles competition for the WWE Championship before this faithful night in Los Angeles. The two men pulled out all the stops as both Attitude Adjustments, Chokeslams, Five Knuckle Shuffles and Tombstone Piledrivers got kicked out from. The match itself was a highlight reel with both superstars hitting all their signature moves and did all their signature poses as the crowd ate it all up going ballistic as John Cen kicked out of a Tombstone Piledriver. The match kept going as suddenly, John Cena found a spurt of energy and planted Undertaker with a second Attitude Adjustment but once again Undertaker kicked out as John Cena wondered if he could ever hold “The Phenom” for a three count. As the match closed in on the 20-minute mark both men were shattered from all the punishment they had taken. Another chokeslam was hit, with Cena being high off the ground, but John still found enough energy to kick out at 2.9. Undertaker grabbed Cena and went up to walk the ropes in an Old School attempt, but John Cena snapped Undertaker straight from the top rope onto his shoulders and planted Undertaker with a third Attitude Adjustment. 1,2…3 and John Cena had defeated The Undertaker and retained his WWE Title. Both men went through a physical and psychological war, and in the end, John Cena was victorious. After a while soaking in the loss, Undertaker left the ring in a sign of respect to give John Cena his moment with the fans as the show closed.

    Winner after 21:03 minutes and STILL WWE Champion, John Cena



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    Re: WWE 2010: Nobody Said It Was Easy




    Road to:
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    At the Raw after Summerslam, Undertaker came out to give a big speech talking about his main event against John Cena and that last night, John Cena was the better man. Out from the back did not John Cena come, but instead Sheamus hit the ring as he cut a scathing promo on Undertaker and how he was an entitled old man without any of his powers of his past. Undertaker was just about to respond to Sheamus until he got hit with a Brogue Kick. Sheamus continued his assault on Undertaker and dragged him out of the ring. In brutal, but rather spectacular fashion, Sheamus picked Taker up and hit him with a Celtic Cross through the announcers table with Undertaker landing badly. With huge momentum from this attack, his win against Randy Orton at Summerslam and his win against Mark Henry on Raw, Sheamus proclaimed himself the next challenger for John Cena’s title. He mentioned how he had already beaten Cena once for the title, and at Night Of Champions he would do it again. John Cena came out and granted Sheamus the match for The WWE Title. The leader of the Cenation wanted to shut Sheamus up and beat some respect into him after his gruesome attack against The Undertaker.


    Jack Swagger was still new to Raw but that did not stop him from making an impression in the locker room as the former world champion used his past credentials to brag to anyone that was in the vicinity of Swagger. At one time, Swagger attacked Primo backstage for sitting on his spot and he also beat up William Regal for trying to stand up for the boys in the locker room. Another rather unlikely man that also stood up against Swagger was the otherwise so cocky Ryder who had enough of Swaggers behavior. Ryder challenged Swagger to a match but tapped out to the Ankle Lock. That was when Swagger barked up the wrong tree as he met with Orton backstage, and Swagger with all the confidence in the world talked trash to Orton who just walked away. Jack Swagger finally got what was coming for him when Orton got vengeance by hitting an RKO on Swagger during his match for #1 contendership for the United States Title against Evan Bourne.


    After Alberto Del Rio’s win, he was still not content. Pissed off at being left on the pre-show with not everyone in his home-country of Mexico able to watch he blamed those stupid American matchmakers and producers. Both Evan Bourne and Jack Swagger wanted the match against Del Rio at Night Of Champions and after a match between the two to settle the score and determine the number one contender it was Evan Bourne who managed to pick up the win after the interference from Randy Orton. Seeing Evan Bourne as his opponent, Del Rio had major flashbacks to Money In The Bank were the referee had counted the pinfall even though Del Rio’s foot was on the ropes. Not wanting to get screwed once again by these gringo referee’s the Mexican aristocrat demanded a fair referee for the United States Title Match. Not one from the cheating scumbag country of USA but one with real pride, from Mexico.


    Another superstar not content after Summerslam was The Miz. Miz came out furious of not being on the PPV seeing how he is the most must-see superstar of them all. Seemingly mad at the situation The Miz challenged anyone in the back to a match to prove to General Manager Teddy Long that he should’ve been on the card. Out from the back to a crazy ovation from the crowd came The Miz’s protegee from season 1 of NXT, Daniel Bryan. The Miz looked disgusted not wanting to share the ring with Bryan. As the match started, The Miz immediately left the ring and took a countout-loss not wanting to face Bryan. The coming weeks Miz called himself a veteran, and that he should not have to wrestle rookies like Daniel Bryan. Teddy Long however had other plans, and since The Miz had spoken about his disappointment in not having a match at Summerslam The Miz would get to have a match at Night Of Champions, but it would have to be against Daniel Bryan of course.


    After Summerslam John Morrison had enough of R-Truth. Earlier Morrison had showed remorse to Truth, still believing that the good guy was still in him, but after being on the receiving end of the beatdown after their match at Summerslam John Morrison was out for revenge on his former tag partner and Mr. Money In The Bank. He made R-Truth taste his own medicine as he attacked Truth after he had won a match against Goldust showing that he was not done with this rivalry. This more aggressive side from Morrison was something we had never seen before and it gave him an edge when he defeated both Ted DiBiasie Jr. and Vladimir Kozlov ahead of his rematch against R-Truth.







    The planned celebration between Edge and Christian turned out to be quite the awkward affair as Edge had done his part of the deal, defeating Drew McIntyre to win the Intercontinental Title. Christian however had lost his World Heavyweight Title, and as Edge tried to console Christian, he wanted none of it, determined to get back his World Heavyweight Title. But Smackdown had changed as the reign of CM Punk began. After his big win against Christian he claimed himself an unstoppable force. Him and his Straight Edge followers were looking to hold on for the World Heavyweight Title forever and CM Punk told the crowd that he was willing to do anything to keep his title. Christian came out, wanting his rematch on an episode of Smackdown and seemed to have a visual pin over CM Punk but the numbers advantage once again proved to be too much to handle as Serena and Gallows distracted the referee. CM Punk then hit Christian with his newly won title for the disqualification loss, but Punk would still retain his title. The next week on Smackdown, General Manager Paul Heyman came out and announced that because Christian had gotten a visual pinfall over CM Punk he was therefore granted another rematch for the title at Night Of Champions, but this time it would be a 2 out of 3 falls match. Edge offered to be out there in the corner of Christian to stop S.E.S interfering, but Christian said he wanted to prove to the WWE universe that he could beat CM Punk on his own, telling Edge that he was tired of being stuck in his shadow before leaving his best friend hanging, clearly frustrated by the circumstances.


    Rey Mysterio came out the night after Summerslam like nothing had happened to the surprise of the fans. Doing his usual entrance, the fans cheered on Mysterio still wearing the mask. The cheers slowly faded and boos started to pour down as the fans started to smarten up realizing that it was Chris Jericho under the mask. Chris Jericho was howling with laughter and later Barrett came out with the Money In The Bank briefcase. Chris Jericho took off the mask and started talking. Chris Jericho mocked Mysterio for a while but then switched topics telling the audience that he would take some well deserved time off after carrying the Smackdown brand on his back and instead go on tour with his world famous rock band.

    With Jericho now gone that left Mysterio without any direction. Mysterio came out without the mask, and in baggy street clothes. It seemed when Mysterio lost his mask, he lost is personality and his motivation. The Mysterio of old was washed away as he lost to Matt Hardy and Dolph Ziggler in back to back weeks. Rey Mysterio career was spiralling, and something needed to change. That was something the “Dashing” Cody Rhodes realized. Rhodes came out and said that to be god in the ring, you needed to look good in the ring and even though he would not be able to make Mysterio look as beautiful as Cody himself he could still make him presentable enough that the two could join forces and work together. Cody continued to insult Rey’s style and clothes, even combing his beard at one point until Rey had enough. Rey punched Cody but Cody retaliated with a Disaster Kick to Rey. Even after this encounter Cody still wanted to team up with Mysterio but Rey refused challenging Rhodes to a match at Night Of Champions instead.


    After the impressive match between Gail Kim and Beth Phoenix WWE released a statement were they announced that the Women’s Title would be floating between both brands and all women would be eligible to feature on both Smackdown and Raw just like all official Tag-Teams will be able to. Not only that but in step towards equality between the genders, women on the roster will no longer be called Divas and instead be called Superstars just like the men. Coming out to celebrate all this was Beth Phoenix and Gail Kim who had become the founders of this movement. Phoenix and Kim talked about women’s wrestling and their own experiences throughout the years in a heartfelt promo. The promo ended rather shockingly however as the segment was supposed to be over, Gail Kim attacked Phoenix from behind and then grabbed the Women’s Title and clocked Beth in the back of the head with it. The loss at Summerslam had apparently gotten more into Kims head than she had admitted as she promised she would win the title at Night Of Champions as she was the rightful face of this proclaimed “women’s revolution”.


    With Edge now being the Intercontinental Champion and Christian not wanting his help, he wanted to give people a chance to fight for the title. He immediately challenged his old friend, and rival, Matt Hardy to a match for the title on Smackdown, where he retained his title. Drew McIntyre since losing at Summerslam wanted his rematch and once again Edge prevailed to retain his Intercontinental Title. With Edge wanting to prove that he was the ultimate fighting champion, he announced that he will have an open challenge invitation for the Intercontinental Championship at Night Of Champions for anyone that he has not faced before that wants a shot at the belt.


    On the tag team side of WWE, The Hart Dynasty were still on top holding on to their Tag Team Titles by hook or by crook. The otherwise well liked and respected team took the easy way out as Natalya helped DH Smith and Tyson Kidd cheat to defeat Big Show and Kane. But Big and Evil, as Big Show and Kane had started calling themselves, was not going to give up the hunt for tag team gold that easy. The Hart Dynasty tried to stay away from Big Show and Kane at all cost but after Big Show defeated Tyson Kidd, it was announced that Big and Evil were going to get another shot at the WWE Tag Team Titles.







    Official Card for Night Of Champions 2010

    CM Punk © Vs Christian – 2 out of 3 falls (World Heavyweight Title Match)

    John Cena © Vs Sheamus (WWE Title Match)

    Daniel Bryan Vs The Miz

    Edge’s Intercontintental Title open challenge

    Beth Phoenix © Vs Gail Kim (WWE Women's Title Match)

    Alberto Del Rio © Vs Evan Bourne (United States Title Match)

    The Hart Dynasty © Vs Big and Evil (WWE Tag Team Titles Match)

    Cody Rhodes Vs Rey Mysterio

    (Pre-Show) R-Truth Vs John Morrison

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