Edge and Rey Mysterio wrestle Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit at No Mrtcy 2002 in the tournament finals to decide who would be the first team to hold the new WWE Tag Team Championship.
This is from what is probably my favorite time period of the WWE. Smackdown was the ‘A’ show as far as I’m concerned. There was a perfect mix of fresh faces and veterans and top notch wrestling matches on a weekly basis.
I’m not sure what happened or where everything went wrong for the Smackdown brand but I would point to the departure of Brock Lesnar in 2004 as the beginning of the end.
Anywho, enjoy this match. You owe it to yourself as a professional wrestling fan.
Tonight’s Night of Champion’s Go-Home edition of Raw will feature a returning Goldust doing battle with Randy Orton. If Goldust wins and Cody apologizes, Cody will get his job back.
Edge is also scheduled to make an appearance for one night only to promote a television show he’s involved with.
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No better way to end the weekend here at professionalwrestling than with a classic poster of Eddie Guerrero from WCW Magazine! Have a great Monday, folks, and remember from the sounds of it a kick ass episode of Raw will be airing tomorrow evening with appearances by Dustin Rhode AND Edge!
Not only will Dustin Rhodes make his return to Raw this Monday but the Rated R Superstar, Edge, is scheduled to make an appearance too.
I hope I’m wrong but I think Dolph Ziggler won’t be anything more than a transitional Champion.
Summerslam 2004: Triple Threat Match - Batista vs Edge vs Chris Jericho
A Look Back at Christian’s (@Christian4Peeps) career, which aired earlier tonight on Raw