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WWE Cyber Sunday (2006)

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Cyber Sunday (2006) was the first annual Cyber Sunday professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).




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Credited cast:
King Booker
John Cena
The Big Show
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hazem Ali ...
Armando Alejandro Estrada
Shelton Benjamin
Chris Benoit
Eric Bischoff
Kelly Kelly
John Bonito ...
Mike Brendli ...
Carlos Cabrera - Spanish Announcer
Mike Chioda - Referee
Jonathan Coachman


Cyber Sunday (2006) was the first annual Cyber Sunday professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

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First appearance for actor, Ronald Arneill who would later, portray wrestlers like Gavin Spears & Tye Dillinger in the WWE, as an employee who calls himself Stan, who get super-kicked by Shawn Michaels of D-Generation X upon learning that he doesn't know the meaning of the word "controversial". See more »


The Sandman: [last line of his promo telling the fans to vote for him to be Umaga's opponent] I'm the Sandman, and I approved this message.
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WWE Cyber Sunday 2006
23 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Cyber Sunday so far has been the worst PPV of 2006. Let down by crap performances and naff story lines. WWE didn't give us many options to choose from, for example I was expecting Sabu to be in the voting for the opponent to face Umaga or possibly even The Undertaker, but no WWE gave us Kane who has feuded with Umaga before, The Sandman who is booked as a jobber and Chris Benoit despite being gifted in the ring, would not be a worthy opponent for Umaga because of there different backgrounds. But this surprised me because Kane vs Umaga was the best match on the card! Elsewhere on the show the match between Lita and Mickie James was a complete shambles and at one point, Jim Ross even said "what the hell was that?" When James botched a bulldog on Lita. And in the main event Big Show laughed and joked with the fans while he was supposed to be knocked out, the bloody idiot.

Results, from the PPV are as follows: Umaga defeated Kane in the best match of the night. Cryme Tyme Defeated The Highlanders, Viscera and Charlie Haas and Trevor Murdoch and Lance Cade in a worthless Texas Tornado Match (Murdoch and Haas both looked terrible). Lita beat Micke James to win the vacant Women's title in a crap match. Edge and Randy Orton defeated DX in a disappointing match. Jeff Hardy defeated Carlito in a poor match. Ric Flair and Roddy Piper defeated The Spirit Squad to win the WWE tag team titles in a poor match (Piper looked old and looked like he weighed about 20 stone). King Booker defeated John Cena and The Big Show in a decent main event.

Overall Grade - C/D

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