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January 7, 2007 - Kansas City, Missouri
Kemper Arena

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Non-Televised Match
Vladimir Kozlov def. Eugene via Pinfall

Match #1 - WWE Intercontinental Championship - Steel Cage Match
Jeff Hardy
def. Johnny Nitro
via Escape (14:41)
Notes: Good opener with a great finish. Melina was blocking the door, preventing Hardy's escape. When she was pushed out of the way, Nitro was on the outside of the cage, holding it shut with his foot. Hardy dropkicked the door open, and Nitro fell onto it, straddling it. Hardy then escaped the cage.

Match #2 - Tag Team Turmoil Match
"Cryme Tyme"
(Shad & JTG)
def. Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch
"The World's Greatest Tag Team"

(Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin)
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan & Super Crazy
"The Highlanders"

(Rory & Robbie McAllister)
via Pinfall (19:09)
Notes: The Highlanders started off against Benjamin and Haas. Shelton pinned Robbie after a superplex at 5:03, and then Duggan and Super Crazy came out. Crowd was hot for Super Crazy, but Shelton hit him in the face as he jumped onto the ropes, and Haas bridged to pin Crazy at 7:57. This brought out Cade & Murdoch. Haas had Mudoch in a submission hold, but Cade dropped the elbow from the top rope when the ref wasn't looking, and Murdoch was able to throw an arm over Haas for the pin at 12:28. It was ghetto vs. country for a while, but Shad made the pin on Cade after coming back.

Match #3
Kenny Dykstra def. "Nature Boy" Ric Flair via Pinfall (10:01)
Notes: Kenny came out in a Flair-esque robe. To be honest, I didn't really watch much of this match. I went to get something to eat instead, because I don't care for either man. I did see the end, and Kenny hit a low blow and then won with a small package.

Match #4 - WWE Women's Championship
Mickie James
def. Victoria
via Pinfall (6:50)
Notes: I really wanted Victoria to win. Melina came down and tried to help Victoria, because Victoria promised her the first title shot if she won. The other Divas that Victoria took out in the weeks leading up to this match came and took out Melina. Victoria was going to slam Mickie, but Mickie countered it into a DDT and made the pin. The other Divas celebrated with her.

Match #5 - WWE World Tag Team Championship
"DeGeneration X"
(Triple H & Shawn Michaels)
DRAW "Rated RKO"
(Edge & Randy Orton)
No Contest (19:24)
Notes: The two teams started brawling outside the ring before the match was officially underway. But eventually they got in and the match started. A little over 15 minutes into it, Triple H hurt his knee while delivering a spinebuster to Orton. I thought it was a great phyisical fight. Things got a little rough after HHH's injury. Shawn Michaels knocked out the referee, and there was no final bell, so I stopped timing at the time the ref went down. DX delivered a real ass-kicking here. They used many chairshots, Edge got the Pedigree on the announce table, and Shawn Michaels jumped off the top rope and smashed Orton through the Spanish table.

Match #6
"The Masterpiece" Chris Masters def. Carlito
w/Torrie Wilson, Chloe
via Pinfall (5:58)
Notes: Boy, did this match suck. The crowd was stunned. There was about 2 or 3 good moves, and it ended really abruptly. Masters then put on the Masterlock, and taunted Torrie.

Match #7 - WWE World Heavyweight Championship
John Cena
def. Umaga
w/Armando Alejandro Estrada
via Pinfall (17:15)
Notes: Interesting match. Crowd was pro-Cena, and went nuts when his was on offense. But Umaga was on the attack for most of the match. Cena really had to fight for this one. Umaga was still dominant. In the end, Umaga charged, and Cena was down in the corner. Cena raised his feet and caught Umaga in the chest, stunning him. Cena then schoolboyed Umaga and won.

Commentary:Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler (RAW)
w/Todd Grisham
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Lilian Garcia
Referees/Officials:Mike Chioda, Chad Patton, Marty Elias, Jack Doan, Jonathan Coachman, Vince McMahon, etc.

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