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December 3, 2006 - Augusta, Georgia
James Brown Arena

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Non-Televised Match
Stevie Richards def. Rene Dupree via Pinfall
Notes:

Match #1
"The Hardys"
(Matt & Jeff Hardy)
def. "MNM"
(Johnny Nitro & Joey Mercury)
w/Melina
via Pinfall (22:35)
Notes: Jeff pinned Nitro. Melina was jawing at Jeff when Nitro tried delivering a dropkick. Well he did deliver one, but it hit Melina instead of Jeff. MNM still had a chance to win it. They were going for a super Snapshot on Jeff off the top rope, but Matt saved the day. He did a double neckbreaker and Jeff landed the Swanton Bomb and made the pin.

Match #2
Balls Mahoney def. Matt Striker via Pinfall (7:23)
Notes: Before the match, Striker said he wanted to compete under "Striker Rules", which meant no eye gouging, hair pulling, top rope attacks, or bad language. Striker had some funky trunks on, and they featured a picture of his head on his butt. Pretty blah match, but the crowd was really into Mahoney's schtick.

Match #3
Elijah Burke &
Sylvester Terkay
def. "The Full-Blooded Italians"
(Little Guido Maritato
& Tony Mamaluke)
w/Trinity
via Pinfall (6:41)
Notes: Burke pinned Mamaluke. I think the best thing here was Trinity. After the match Terkay did some further damage, and some dude in the crowd could be heard chanting "TNA! TNA!"

Match #4
Daivari
w/The Great Khali
def. Tommy Dreamer via Pinfall (7:24)
Notes: Daivari won with a schoolboy and a handful of tights. It was a pretty weak finish, mostly in execution. Dreamer took off after Daivari, but the Great Khali, who the ref sent to the back earlier in the match, was lying in wait. He powerbombed Dreamer on the metal stage.

Match #5 - Inter-gender Tag Team Match
Kevin Thorn
& Ariel
def. Mike Knox
& Kelly Kelly
via Pinfall (7:43)
Notes: Ariel screamed her head off the whole match, but I kinda liked it. The guys fought for a bit, but then the women went at it. Ariel took Kelly Kelly to school. K-Squared tried making the tag to Knox, but he turned his back to her. Ariel then pinned Kelly. Ariel beat down Kelly a little more while Thorn held the ref at bay, but the Sandman made the save and attacked Thorn. All Sandman can do is show up for 5 minutes, bash his freakin' face in with a beer can, and use that kendo stick.

IN RING: Paul Heyman came to the ring with a couple of SWAT guys and blew some hot air. Basically he was just killing time since at this point the event hadn't even hit the 1 hour, 45 minute mark.

Match #6 - ECW World Heavyweight Championship - Elimination Chamber Match
Bobby Lashley
Challenger
def. The Big Show
Champion
Rob Van Dam
Hardcore Holly
CM Punk
Test

Challengers
via Pinfall (24:43)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Earlier in the show, Sabu was carted off in an ambulance, so Hardcore Holly took his place. Holly and RVD started things off, with Big Show (barbed wire bat), CM Punk (steel chair), Test (crowbar), and Lashley (table) in the pods with the weapons. At the 5:00 minute mark, CM Punk was the next entrant. Test was next at the 10:18 mark. RVD finished off Punk with a frog splash and pinned him at 12:23. Test turned on Hardcore, and pinned him at 12:45. Test pinned RVD at 14:00 after dropping the elbow onto a steel chair. The steel chair just happened to be on RVD's face. At 15:35 Lashley was supposed to be released, but Heyman's SWAT guys tossed the ref aside and kept the pod sealed. Test taunted Lashley, but Lashley used the table to break the chains at the top of his pod and climbed out. He eventually pinned Test after a spear at 19:39. Big Show came out at 21:00 and went to work on Lashley. Lashley threw Big Show through a pod, but Show wasn't done. He fought back, but Lashley won with a spear.

Commentary:Joey Styles and Tazz (ECW)
w/Rebecca DiPietro
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Justin Roberts
Referees/Officials:Scott Armstrong, Mike Posey, Mickie Henson, John Cone, etc.

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