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Taboo Tuesday was the first ever WWE interactive pay-per-view and it was probably the worst pay-per-view the WWE has held too.
Match 1: Chris Jericho vs. Shelton Benjamin. Intercontinental Championship.
This was the match of the evening. Shelton is a great athlete, as well as Jericho. After it was told that Shelton was going to face Jericho, he did not upset the fans. In the end Shelton came out on top after reversing a cross body into an Exploder Suplex. Beautiful!
Match 2: Fulfill your fantasy Battle Royale. Women's Champion.
This is not wrestling! I usually like the women's matches but when they are dressed as school girls, it just can't be good. Trish wins after Victoria distracts Molly. Jerry Lawler jumps up and down his seat the entire match. Get a grip, man!
Match 3: Kane vs. Gene Snitsky. Chain match.
The storyline for this match was decent but the match just wasn't good. The fans picked the chain, but if they would of picked the chair, the match ending would of made so much more sense. I mean, the ref doesn't DQ Snitsky after using an illegal chair! Snitsky wins after crushing Kane's throat. Terrible booking!
Match 4: Eugene vs. Eric Bischoff. Hair match.
Eugene really cracks me up. But he's a terrible wrestler. A 1-minute match that ends with Eugene hitting Bischoff with a Hogan Legdrop. Coach & Bischoff tries to get spared but Vince McMahon stops them and makes Coach wear a dress. Ending was good, but the match is what matters.
Match 5: Edge & Chris Benoit vs. La Resistance. World Tag Team Championship.
Starts off as a normal tag match. Edge is still mad after it was told that HBK was going to challenge Triple H later and leaves Benoit alone after a while. Benoit manages to fend off both La Resistance members and make Grenier tap to the Crossface.
Match 6: Christy vs. Carmella. Lingerie Pillow Fight.
Give me a break! I mean what is this? It takes like an hour for them to switch clothes and Jerry Lawler is about to have a heart attack. After they switch, the match ends in a minute. Why didn't i get some ice cream while i had the chance?
Match 7: Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels. World Heavyweight Championship.
This is a match we have seen too many times. Triple has been in every RAW pay-per-view main event this year accept one...where he faced HBK! This is one of the best matches of the evening. Edge spears the already injured HBK and Triple grabs the win.
Rating: 2/5 (would have gotten 3/5 if it wasn't for Edge)
Match 8 (main event): Randy Orton vs. Ric Flair. Steel Cage Match.
This is also a match we have seen too many times. Not Orton vs. Flair but the cage match. And i don't think i have seen a good one since Edge vs. Jericho. It takes too much time for them to climb. Luckily, this match is saved by the fact that they almost never climb. Randy wins after an RKO. Flair shares a hug with Orton after the match. This match flat out stunk.
Good: Jericho vs. Benjamin/Triple H vs. HBK
Bad: Orton vs. Flair/The Women's matches/Kane vs. Snitsky
Taboo Tuesday rating: 1/5
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