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Chairshot Classics: WWE SummerSlam 2010

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We see a preview next for the newest John Cena film that co-stars Danny Glover. It is called Legendary and appears to be a story of a boy and his journey as a wrestler in school. I’ve never seen this film nor do I plan to. If you have, drop me a line on Twitter and let me know how it is. The film received a 19% via Rotten Tomatoes and a 6.3/10 on IMDB. Take that for what you will.

The Challenger, Rey Mysterio, enters first by bursting through the stage. The crowd gives “Mr. 619” a nice reaction as he makes his way into the ring, first stopping to greet his masked fans along the way. The arena goes dark and The Big Red Machine that is Kane enters the fire-lit arena. The World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring and is pushing a casket to the ring with him. He places it at ringside and soon enters. When the men are reintroduced in the ring, Mysterio gets all the pop while Kane receives all the heat. The bell is rung, and after a few quick kicks from Rey, Kane pounds him into the corner. Mysterio then avoids a splash in the corner but Kane scoops Rey right up and slams him to the mat. Kane then tries to drop a leg but Mysterio is able to avoid it. He dropkicks the seated Kane and tries for a cover. But Kane is able to kick right out before a one is even counted. After a few strikes from Kane, Mysterio is able to dropkick the big man’s leg and this leaves Kane in prime 619 realty. Kane is able to avoid the finish and then whip Mysterio right from the ring. Mysterio lands on his feet and challenges Kane to join him on the outside. When Kane obliges Mysterio slides right back into the ring and this angers the big fella. When Kane tries to return, Mysterio dropkicks him in the face. Mysterio then runs and leaps off the apron and catches Kane with a seated senton. Kane rolls back into the ring while Mysterio takes to the top rope. This backfires when Kane grabs Mysterio by the throat. Mysterio is able to grab the arm, though, and hotshot it on the top rope. Once again Mysterio goes to the top rope and Kane is able to chop his leg out, sending him crashing to the mat. Kane then whips Rey into the ring post, back first. He then baseball slides into Mysterio and again this sends the back of Mysterio into the ring post. Mysterio rolls from the ring to try and compose himself.

Kane takes his time, but eventually joins Mysterio on the outside. Mysterio is scooped up and his back is driven into the ring post by The Big Red Monster. He does it one more time before he tosses Mysterio into the ring like a ragdoll. After a suplex onto the top rope leaves Mysterio suspended over it, Kane crushes him with a big boot that sends him crashing to the floor. Kane quickly leaves the ring to toss Mysterio back into it. The cover is made when Kane slides back in, but Rey is able to kick out. Mysterio is violently whipped to the corner and Kane tries for another cover that Mysterio kicks right out of. The bear hug is locked on next and Kane is really wrenching it in. Rey manages to escape with a back roll, after some elbows to Kane’s head, but when he tries for the sunset flip Kane lifts him with both hands by the head. Mysterio manages to escape by poking Kane in his good eye. The head scissors hurricanrana is next and this leaves Kane in 619 territory. Kane avoids it again and flattens Rey with a standing clothesline. Kane hooks the leg but Mysterio is able to kick-out. Mysterio is tossed from the ring face first, and this sends him crashing into the security wall. The ref starts the count and Rey makes it back into the ring at the count of nine. The two begin to battle, with Mysterio on the apron still, and when he tries to springboard into the ring he is met by the big boot of Kane. This once again sends Rey crashing to the outside.

Kane joins him out there but is soon on the wrong end of a drop toe hold that makes Kane’s face meet the security wall. They both enter the ring and Rey takes to the skies. He leaps off the turnbuckle and catches Kane, who is standing, with a battering ram like headbutt. Mysterio makes a cover and Kane narrowly gets the shoulder up. Mysterio hits the ropes but is lifted for a windmill slam by Kane. It is now Kane’s turn to hook the leg and Rey is the one to barely kick-out this time. Next is a backbreaker from Kane, and he leaves Mysterio over his knee after to wrench the back some more. Kane is yelling at him to quit but Mysterio escapes with a chop to the throat. Mysterio is able to duck a clothesline but is rewarded for his efforts with a brutal sidewalk slam. But once again Mysterio is able to kick-out of a pin attempt. For some reason Kane takes to the top rope but Mysterio is able to meet him there with some clubbing punches. The crowd pops when Mysterio goes for the hurricanrana off the top rope but Kane is able to hold on. This sends Rey, head first, crashing to the canvas. Kane leaps from up top but Rey is able to avoid his high flying strike and Kane falls to the mat, holding his knee. It appears as Mysterio is going to be on the receiving end of another windmill slam but he is able to counter it into a reverse DDT from up high. Mysterio is quick to the top rope and hits Kane with the seated senton. He hits the ropes next and when he tries for the crossbody, Kane is able to just catch him. It looks like Mysterio is going to get snake-eyes but he manages to counter it into a tornado DDT. When Kane kicks the cover out, Mysterio springboards from the apron for a leg drop to the back of Kane’s head. A springboard Fame-Asser, if you will. Mysterio covers, but Kane is still kicking out.

Mysterio mounts The Big Red Machine and starts to unleash with punches to the head. The ref is forced to push Rey off and he then delivers a brutal kick to the side of the, now seated, Kane’s head. Mysterio again makes a cover but Kane kicks out. Mysterio is slow to do so, but takes to the top rope. When he leaps off, Kane catches him with a uppercut to the throat. Kane now reaches through the ropes and opens up the casket. He grabs Mysterio by the throat but Rey is able to escape his grasp. The drop toe hold is next and this leaves Kane in prime 619 position once again. The crowd pops when Rey attempts it, but Kane is able to catch his feet. He then tosses Mysterio into the casket but Rey is able to deliver a few quick kicks to avoid the lid being closed. Rey exits and springboards off the top rope to hit a dropkick that once again leaves Kane prime for the 619. Once again it is unsuccessful and Kane grabs him by the throat. This is countered with a quick hurricanrana that leaves Kane on the ropes once again. This time it is a success and Mysterio tries to springboard in. He is met with the boots of Kane but is able to instead hook them for a pin. But Kane is still able to kick-out. They are both slow returning to their feet and Kane strikes first with a hellacious big boot. Kane lifts Rey by the throat and this time the chokeslam is uninterrupted. Kane hooks the leg and gets the three count to retain the World Heavyweight Championship. Kane takes to the mic after and continue to accuse Rey of hurting his brother. Kane then attempts to place Rey in the casket but he tries to fight free. This is when Kane gives him a pair of chokeslams. A Tombstone Piledriver is next and when Kane opens the casket to place Rey in it the crowd explodes. The reason for the commotion is The Undertaker is now in the casket. He sits up in his familiar way and the crowd noise continues to grow.

The look of disbelief is great here from Kane as The Undertaker exits the casket and enters the ring. Taker turns his attention onto Rey and begins to interrogate him. He asks Rey things like “You ever heard of an eye for an eye, Rey?” and “Why did you do it, Rey?” Rey is still denying this as Taker lifts him by the throat. The Undertaker turns his attention to Kane and grabs him by the throat. Kane starts to smile and grabs Taker by the throat back. Kane comes out ahead and Tombstones his brother into oblivion as the red lights come on. Great match here with a cool return of The Undertaker to cap it all off. Match Time-13:31 

 

We get a inside look at SummerSlam Axxess next and this is the equivalent of a Comic Con, or Wrestle Con, if you will. We see Superstars and the festivities that surround the event. A cool piece of fanfare that surrounds the PPV. This leads us into a video for the seven-on-seven Main Event. It starts with Nexus and their “Nexus or against us” mantra. It shows their interference in the WWE as of late, and shows John Cena forming a team to “Take down The Nexus” at SummerSlam. Nexus starts to panic when Bret “The Hitman” Hart is announced to be returning to the WWE to join Cena’s newly founded alliance. There is, of course, turmoil inside Team WWE as it contains some huge egos. The other members are Chris Jericho, Edge, R-Truth and John Morrison. The Great Kahli was a member of this originally but was attacked by Nexus and had to be replaced. This is another great package here and sets this gimmick match up well. This Nexus angle was fun and this is a payoff for it here.


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Attitude Of Aggression #294- The Big Five Project: Survivor Series ’93

The Big Five Project returns with Survivor Series ’93 and the beginning of one of the all-time great rivalries: Bret Hart v Owen Hart!

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Attitude of Aggression

The Big Five Project returns for another installment in the chronological analysis, review, and discussion about WWE’s Big Five PPVs/ Premium Live Events. On this Episode, the guys cover Survivor Series ’93. WWE’s roster continued to go through a ton of upheaval in the fall of 1993 and that is clearly evident here. Although this event went back to its roots, featuring the rerun of traditional Survivor Series elimination matches, those matches largely fell flat in a disappointing event. Still, the beginnings of two huge feuds (Bret Hart v. Owen Hart and Yokozuna v. The Undertaker) get their origins at Survivor Series ’93, so it is not all bad. Plus, a championship match that was not even for any title sanctioned by WWE actually stole the show. Curious? Tune in to this latest installment of the Big Five Project and get all the details!

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Attitude Of Aggression #293- The Big Five Project: Summer Slam ’93

The Big Five Project returns as the guys cover Summer Slam ’93 and jump onto the Lex Express as Lex Luger tries to dethrone Yokozuna.

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The Big Five Project returns here on Episode 293. It’s the Attitude Of Aggression and it is time to return for another installment in the chronological analysis, review, and discussion about WWE’s Big Five PPVs/ Premium Live Events. On this Episode, the guys cover Summer Slam ’93. Hulkamania is officially dead, and Vince McMahon looked to Lex Luger to be the next big thing. He would not have quite the success he hoped for…. but we are jumping aboard The Lex Express on this Episode anyway. Summer Slam’ 93 featured some good matches and great moments, but it largely fell flat. Anchored by the face turns of Razor Ramon and Lex Luger, we also got an underwhelming dream match between Shawn Michaels and Mr. Perfect. Bret Hart continued to really make a name for himself in his match against Jerry Lawler and The Undertaker finally laid the Giant Gonzales to rest. While certainly not the best PPV of 1993, Summer Slam ’93 still had its share of key moments that would propel us forward for the rest of 1993 and into 1994. The guys have all the details for you here on another epic edition of the Big Five Project!

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