Summerslam (2004)

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Six-Man Tag Match: Spike Dudley and The Dudleys vs. Rey Mysterio, Paul London and Billy Kidman; 'Til Death Do Us Part Match: Kane vs... See full synopsis »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Benoit ...
John Layfield ...
Himself (as John Bradshaw Layfield)
Nick Dinsmore ...
Himself (as Batista)
Himself (as Booker T.)
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Six-Man Tag Match: Spike Dudley and The Dudleys vs. Rey Mysterio, Paul London and Billy Kidman; 'Til Death Do Us Part Match: Kane vs... See full synopsis »

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A fan almost fell through JBL's limousine, when he jumped over the railing to the top of the car. A square on the roof of the Limo was rigged for the Undertaker to choke slam JBL through the roof, almost ruining a storyline for weeks to come later. See more »


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Written by Eddie Cochran (uncredited) and Jerry Capehart (uncredited)
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Summerslam 2004
16 July 2005 | by (England) – See all my reviews

A good PPV.

Match 1 pitted The Dudley Boyz including Spike against Rey Mysterio, Paul London and Kidman in a very good opener. Next up John Cena battles Booker T in a poor contest. Cena wins but I don't care!

Next up one of the most pathetic angles ever takes place. The Diva Dodgeball competition! OK I know Trish had a broken hand but why not have Victoria vs Molly for the No 1 contender for Trish's title? Then Edge puts his Intercontinental Championship on the line as he faces Batista and Chris Jericho in a triple threat match. Somehow this doesn't live up to the billing. Next up Kane beats Matt Hardy in a good 'till death do us part match'. This means that Kane and Lita had to get married.

Next up John 'Bradshaw' Leyfield takes on The Undertaker in a boring match. This was obvious when the Canadian crowd started doing the Mexican Wave! One interesting note is a fan tried to ruin the limousine roof angle, where Taker chokeslammed JBL on the limousine. Security got him and threw him out of the building. This went ahead and the angle was poor.

Then Eugene takes on Triple H in a comedy match. Yes you read that correctly, Triple H was not in the main event! Triple H won of course. Next up Kurt Angle battles Eddie Guerrero in a very good contest.

Then we are treated to the main event, pitting Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit against Randy Orton. Orton won a very good contest with a RKO from nowhere.

Overall not bad!

Six man tag match -7.5/10 Y2J vs Edge vs Batty - 4/10 Cena vs Booker T

  • 5/10 HHH vs Eugene - 6/10 Kane vs Hardy - 7.5/10 Diva Dogdeball -
1/10 Angle vs Guerrero - 9/10 JBl vs Taker - 5/10 Orton vs Benoit - 8.5/10

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