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This is much better than Vegeance
22 December 2004 | by (Clackamas, Oregon) – See all my reviews

This PPV was a 20 min. drive from my house and it was worth the drive and the 2-month waiting period that made me count down the days to my very first PPV.

The first match had Batista wrecking Chris Benoit's back with Spinebusters. Ric Flair was his usual flopping-self, but tapped to the Crippler Crossface real quick. The Diving Headbutt that Flair was given was freaking' awesome.

Trish and Victoria, two of the most lovely divas on the Raw roster besides Stacy and Lita, faced off for the Women's Title. Victoria started off by stripping on the entrance ramp. Trish made this one quick by delivering Stratusfaction after Victoria Cross-Bodied Tyson Tomko on the outside. The luscious Trish is still champ!

Shawn Michaels made his return to the ring to face the man who crushed his throat, Kane, accompanied by his pregnant but still hot wife, Lita. Michaels got thrown through the Spanish announcer table, welcome back HBK. HBK did get the last laugh though. He delivered the Elbow Drop, then countered a Chokeslam into Sweet Chin Music. I can just imagine hearing J.R.'s raspy voice yelling "Sweet Chin Music, oh my god!"

The main event was also freaking' sweet. Randy Orton faced Triple H, who got his 100th title shot in the last month because Eric Bischoff is a little wussy who can't say no to Triple H. Seriously, Bischoff is Triple H's b**ch. Just like always Earl Hebner gets knocked out for 20 min. when someone taps him, so Evolution and special guest, Coach, get to try and screw Orton out of his title. Orton did get a little vegeance on his former friends, when he RKO'ed everybody standing. Unfortunately for Orton, there was a steel chair in his destiny. Triple H grabbed a chair and smacked the crap out of Orton, right on top of his head. Triple H, then finally got his moment in the spotlight when he hit the Pedigree on Orton. Again, Orton met that steel chair when he was Pedigreed. Just like my cousin had said, Triple H won the World Heavyweight Championship for the 9th time.


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