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September 18, 2005 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Sunday Night Heat Match
Rob Conway def. Tajiri via Pinfall (3:45)
Notes: Tajiri's green mist was a little premature. He blew it right at the beginning. Anyway, Conway caught Tajiri coming off the ropes with a big boot, and then finished him off with a devastating swinging neckbreaker. Rob didn't just do it the right way. He didn't just do it his way. He did it the Con-Way.

Match #1 - WWE Intercontinental Championship
"Nature Boy" Ric Flair
def. Carlito
via Submission (11:47)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Oh. My. God. This is terrible. The Intercontinental Title is meaningless again. Eighty-year-olds should not hold titles. I respect Naitch, but man, how is this supposed to make the IC title more prestigious? This better be a short reign. A man of Flair's advanced age shouldn't be able to defend it against guys half (or less) his age. The crowd was really into Flair. The match wasn't much to speak of, wrestling- wise, but that's no surprise. Carlito was chewing on his apple to spit it on Flair when the referee got into his face. Flair got in a right cross, and a choking Carlito was easy pickings for the Figure Four. Flair got on the mic and put over the belt, going so far as to say winning it was as meaningful as any of his 16 world title wins. Yeah right. Ric then picked some women out of the crowd to celebrate with. In between the rest of the matches, updates on the celebration were shown. The group got into a limo, and Ric took a ton of Viagra. After an intense orgy, the women left and we were shown Ric's bare ass climb out of the limo. He then collapsed onto the parking lot floor. Ugh.

Match #2
Trish Stratus
& Ashley Massaro
def. Victoria
& Torrie Wilson

w/Candice Michelle
via Pinfall (7:05)
Notes: Trish pinned Victoria. Victoria and Trish carried this match, needless to say. Ashley did do a pretty good job of getting her ass kicked, though. I'm no fan of these Diva Search winners, but Ashley at least isn't afraid to get in there and tussle. All the women got involved, including Candice. She did her best to try and give PMS 2005 the win, but it was no use. Trish won with the Chick Kick.

Match #3
The Big Show def. Gene Snitsky via Pinfall (6:09)
Notes: Crowd popped huge for Show. The match got started quickly, and the referee nearly forgot to call for the bell. Anyway, this wasn't that bad for a "big man" match. The crowd came to its feet to watch Show chokeslam the freak with a foot fetish. And Show got some revenge after the match by hitting Snitsky with the ring bell, not once, but twice. Ding! (x2)

Match #4
Shelton Benjamin def. Kerwin White via Pinfall (8:04)
Notes: K.White came out on his golf cart to the Frank Sinatra music. How nice! J.R. had trouble even saying Kerwin White, referring to Kerwin as "Chavo Guerrero." The crowd was even chanting "Chavo sucks!" Coach said it best: "That is so two months ago." Even King chimed in that they are so uninformed in Oklahoma. But eventually J.R. got it down. Coach even let the Spanish commentary team take over for a while. In the end, K.White went for his 9-iron, but Benji countered and connected with the T-Bone Suplex for the win.

Match #5 - Steel Cage Match
Matt Hardy def. Edge
via Pinfall (21:32)
Notes: Very good match. Lita involved herself, of course. She broke up a cover and was then going to hit him with Edge's damn briefcase, so Matt gave her the Twist of Fate. Edge tried to capitalize, but when he tried climbing out, Matt knocked him down to the canvas. Matt climbed to the top of the cage and then jumped off, dropping a leg onto Edge's face. That was enough.

Match #6 - WWE World Tag Team Championship
Lance Cade &
Trevor Murdoch

def. The Hurricane
& Rosey

via Pinfall (7:40)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Trevor went over to Lilian during the match and wanted a kiss. Hurricane came to her rescue. After checking on her, he went after Trevor, who was standing outside the ring near a corner. Hurricane slid into the ring and grabbed Trevor from under the bottom rope. Trevor pulled Hurricane about halfway out, and then gave him a DDT all the way to the floor. From then on, it was 2-on-1. The trainers were helping Hurricane to the back when he saw Rosey in trouble on the Titantron. Hurricane valiantly ran back to try and help, but he was easy pickings for the two rednecks. Trevor pinned Hurricane.

Match #7
Shawn Michaels def. "The Masterpiece" Chris Masters via Pinfall (16:44)
Notes: Masters had a brilliant strategy of slapping the Masterlock on Michaels before the bell rang. Most of the time the ref would just call for the bell to start the match, but Doan just got in Masters' face, showing bias to Michaels, in my opinion. Michaels had a rough go of it; he was on the receiving end of some heavy-duty punishment dished out by the Masterpiece. The Masterlock was locked in once again, but Michaels was able to climb out over the ropes, and force the ref to break the hold. After a guillotine, Shawn came off the top rope right into Masters' arms. Masters tried to get the Masterlock on again, but Michaels must have used some extra oil in the back, because he slipped right out of Masters' arms. Masters spun around right into Sweet Chin Music.

Match #8 - WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Kurt Angle
def. John Cena
via DQ (17:11)
Notes: Sigh. The lousy and boring reign of John Cena continues. This match did nothing to bolster Cena's credibility as champion--if anything, it did quite the opposite. Cena was clearly overmatched against Angle. Angle took him apart. Cena was on the defensive most of the match, and only got in a few moves like the retarded 5 Knuckle Shuffle. And he actually expected to win with that move. Cena needs some new material to say the least. How many times can we hear him say "Ah-hah!!" while flicking his shirt and "The Champ is Here!" The Rock had the common sense to keep his money making phrases and moves while mixing in new material to stay fresh. Cena's routine is about as fresh as that 4 month old jar of french onion dip sitting in the back of my fridge. But I digress. In the end, Angle was whipped into the ref, knocking him out. Cena connected with the FU, but the dumbass went for a pin with the ref down. Angle was smart and took the opportunity to use his gold medal as a weapon. Angle slapped on the ankle lock, and things were looking good. Until Bischoff came down and brought the belt into the ring, taunting Cena. This had trouble written all over it. Cena made it to the ropes, but hey dumbass! No referee! Bischoff kicked Cena's hands off the ropes anyway. Bischoff had just called for the bell when Cena rolled through the ankle lock, causing Angle to knock Bisch out of the ring. Cena, fearing for his miserable life and fearing the loss of his shitty title belt, used it as a weapon against Kurt. The referee had recovered just in time to call for the bell and the match ended in a disqualification. Bisch got on the mic and it seemed as if he was about to strip John Cena when Cena had enough and the fuckstick hit Bisch with an FU. Angle was furious, and rightly so, and proceeded to hand Cena a beatdown. He was about to put him through the announce table when Cena recovered just enough to FU Angle through it instead. Whomever wrestles Cena for the title should bring the old belt with him, or have it available at ringside, so when they won they could toss that spinning piece of shit aside and celebrate with a legitimate belt.

Commentary:Jim Ross, Jerry "The King" Lawler, and Jonathan Coachman (RAW)
w/Todd Grisham, Maria
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Lilian Garcia
Referees/Officials:Mike Chioda, Chris Kay, Chad Patton, Jack Doan, GM Eric Bischoff, Mark Yeaton, etc.

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