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WWE: Greatest Superstars of the 21st Century – Disc Two (BLU-RAY EDITION~!)

WWE: Greatest Superstars of the 21st Century (BLU-RAY)
Two-Disc Set
Released: July 26, 2011


  • WWE Champion JBL vs. The Undertaker vs. Eddie Guerrero vs. Booker T – (Armageddon 2004)

Since JBL became the WWE Champion Read the rest of this entry

WWE: Greatest Superstars of the 21st Century – Disc One (BLU-RAY EDITION~!)

WWE: Greatest Superstars of the 21st Century BLU-RAY
Two-Disc Set
Released: July 26, 2011

PROGRAM: 99 minutes

To summarize the show, there’s a ton of clips showcasing that particular superstar with various other superstars making comments to put them over. There’s really no good way to review the program, so I’ll just list what WWE shows as their accomplishments. Read the rest of this entry

TNA Impact 1/21/2010

Total Non-Stop Action presents Impact
Date: January 21st, 2010
From: Orlando, Florida
Announcers: Mike Tenay and Tazz

A video highlighting what happened at TNA Genesis is shown. The heel turn by AJ Styles is highlighted at the end of the video. Styles and Flair appear to be together. Read the rest of this entry

TNA Impact 1/4/2010

Total Non-Stop Action presents Impact
Date: January 4th, 2010
From: Orlando, Florida
Announcers: Mike Tenay and Tazz
Reporting: Bob Colling

Before I start with the review of TNA Impact, I thought I’d share some thoughts on TNA at this time. I will be honest, I have not been watching present day TNA as of late. I do read the spoilers to see what is going on. However, now that I am covering TNA I will have to refrain from doing so. So, for future reference, I will not know what has happened prior to the television tapings. Here are some thoughts before the show. Read the rest of this entry

Kyle’s recap of January, 4th, 2010,TNA Impact

Almost 10 years ago, WWE bought ECW and WCW—which ended the wars officially. But on this night, January, 4th, 2010, there is a new “threat” on the block—TNA lead by the arguably the biggest star ever in wrestling—Hulk Hogan. With this big acquisition, TNA thought they were ready to compete with Raw on Monday nights. Tonight marks an era of a change in wrestling, tonight marks an era where one company could make or break their legacy, tonight marks the night where history shall be made. Join Matt and I as we take individual looks at Impact and Raw! Read the rest of this entry

WWE United States Title History

Champion Won From Date City/Event
Eddie Guerrero Chris Benoit 7/27/2003 Vengeance[1]
Big Show Eddie Guerrero 10/19/2003 No Mercy
John Cena Big Show 3/14/2004 WrestleMania XX[2]
Booker T Rob Van Dam 7/29/2004 Smackdown![3]
John Cena (2) Booker T 10/3/2004 No Mercy
Carlito John Cena 10/7/2004 Smackdown!
John Cena (3) Carlito 11/18/2004 Smackdown!
Orlando Jordan John Cena 3/3/2005 Smackdown!
Chris Benoit Orlando Jordan 8/21/2005 SummerSlam
Booker T (2) Chris Benoit 10/21/2005 Smackdown![4]
Booker T (3) Chris Benoit 1/13/2006 Smackdown![5]
Chris Benoit (2) Booker T 2/19/2006 No Way Out
JBL Chris Benoit 4/2/2006 WrestleMania 22
Bobby Lashley JBL 5/26/2006 Smackdown!
Finlay Bobby Lashley 7/14/2006 Smackdown!
Mr. Kennedy Finlay 9/1/2006 Smackdown![6]
Chris Benoit (3) Mr. Kennedy 10/13/2006 Smackdown!
MVP Chris Benoit 5/20/2007 Judgment Day
Matt Hardy MVP 4/27/2008 Backlash[7]
Shelton Benjamin Matt Hardy 7/20/2008 Great American Bash[8]
MVP (2) Shelton Benjamin 3/20/2009 Smackdown!
Kofi Kingston MVP 6/1/2009 Raw
The Miz Kofi Kingston 10/5/2009 Raw
Bret Hart The Miz 5/17/2010 Raw[9]
R-Truth The Miz 5/24/2010 Raw[10]
The Miz (2) R-Truth 6/14/2010 Raw[11]
Daniel Bryan The Miz 9/19/2010 Night of Champions
Sheamus Daniel Bryan 3/14/2011 Raw
Kofi Kingston (2) Sheamus 5/1/2011 Extreme Rules
Dolph Ziggler Kofi Kingston 6/19/2011 Capitol Punishment

[1]: In an attempt to revive the U.S. title, this was the title tournament finals as the belt became exclusive to Smackdown.
[2]: On July 8, 2004, Cena was stripped of the belt after attacking Smackdown General Manager Kurt Angle.
[3]: This was an eight-man elimination match which also featured John Cena, Rene Dupree, Kenzo Suzuki, Billy Gunn, Charlie Haas and Luther Reigns.
[4]: The title became vacant after a double-pinfall decision during a Booker/Benoit match on November 25, 2005. Therefore, a best-of-seven series between the two was started.
[5]: This was match #7 in the best-of-seven series, but since Booker was injured, Randy Orton subbed in his place and won the title for Booker T.
[6]: This was a triple-threat match which also included Bobby Lashley.
[7]: Matt Hardy was drafted to ECW on June 23, 2008, making the belt a part of the ECW brand.
[8]: Since Shelton Benjamin was a member of the Smackdown brand, the title returned to Smackdown.
[9]: Bret Hart vacated the WWE U.S. title when a week later, he became the General Manager of Raw.
[10]: This match served the purpose of filling the title vacancy.
[11]: This was a fatal four-way match which also included John Morrison and Zach Ryder.

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