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Decent
26 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Match 1: Finlay vs Kane - These two had a small feud going on the SmackDown brand, which led to this match at SummerSlam. Total domination from Kane the entire time. In the end Finlay tries to hit Kane with his weapon (don't know how to spell it), but Kane instead reverses into a chokeslam for the win. Decent opening match.

Match 2: Umaga (c) vs Mr. Kennedy vs Carlito in a Triple Threat for the Intercontinental Championship - All heels in one match for a title, surprising scenario. Carlito and Kennedy mostly double team Umaga and battle with each other most of the time. Umaga takes control towards the close and lands a Samoan Spike on Kennedy to retain. Not bad, but could have been better.

Match 3: Rey Mysterio vs Chavo Guerrero - Chavo is a very underrated superstar. He deserves to be shown at pay per views more, because he actually can wrestle really well. Mysterio comes out painted in all silver, like the silver surfer from Fantastic Four. The match was very high paced and interesting. A rematch from last year's Summerslam when Chavo defeated Rey. In the end Mysterio scores the win much to the delight of the fans. Another good match.

Match 4: Divas Battle Royal - Nothing special to say the least. Beth Phoenix does some good dominating the entire time. In the end she grasps the win for a future title shot at Candice.

Match 5: John Morrison (c) vs CM Punk for the ECW Championship - These two were potential show stealers at both Vengeance: Night of Champions and The Great American Bash, but something was off here. This was a very short match with almost nothing clicking between the two combatants. Normally they deliver a strong match against each other, but this was a waste for a pay per view. Morrison retains for the second time against Punk. A major let down for a title match.

Match 6: King Booker (with Sharmell) vs Triple H - Good match. Probably better than expected. Booker comes out with his pompous attitude like normal and claims that he is the only king in the WWE. The Game's music hits and all the people jump to their feet. The second return of the night, right behind Mysterio's comeback earlier. Solid match with Triple H landing a pedigree in the end for the win.

Match 7: The Great Khali (c) (with Ranjin Singh) vs Batista for the World Heavyweight Championship - Horrible main event for SmackDown. Khali is probably the least interesting World Champion since the title's rebirth. Batista gets a good reception, but his talent was wasted in this particular match. Very short, as Khali grabs a chair and gets himself disqualified. The crowd was dead.

Match 8: John Cena (c) vs Randy Orton for the WWE Championship - The best of the three titles matches that night. Cena normally gets on your nerves with his poor wrestling skills, but this proved that the guy still can deliver a good enough title match. Orton looks pretty good as well with his usual moves. They go for over twenty minutes with a very solid match. In the end Cena lands an FU to retain the title. I personally liked it.

Best Matches: WWE Title Match/Rey Mysterio vs Chavo Guerrero Worst Matches: World Title Match/ECW Title Match


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