Way back in 2005, ECW was somewhat revived for one night. then came some DVDs and Books that people began to buy. then People began to chant "E-C-W" at WWE events whenever an ECW superstar came to the ring. Thats when Vince decided to deceive ECW. He told ECW's Owner Paul heyman that he would buy ECW. Many WWE people thought this was cool at first because they'd get to see their favorite ECW superstars back and The ECW show back. everything was sweet at first with the ECW one night stand 2006, then Tommy Dreamer opened something called the hardcore diaries. and in his many entries, he was censored. what he said about the new ECW was all bad. and evidenced by the fans, the New ECW Sucks. The pay-per-view Reflected that.
First, the highlighted matches.
The Hardys VS The worlds greatest tag team in a ladder match Possibly
the best match on the card. it was filled to the brim with extreme and kept the butts in the seats. normally ladder matches are boring, but the hardys know how to make a sweet ladder match, anywhere. in the end, the hardys defended their tag team gold.
Vince McMahon VS bobby lashley in a street fight.
The 3rd best match in the card, because lashley won his title back. whats so sad is that tommy dreamer or the sandman aren't getting a shot at the title, it's always someone who's making their name in the WWE or WCW. (Big show and lashley, RVD became more popular in WWE) in the end, Bobby won his title back. not many things were broken, and Vince's big minions were at hand.
John Cena VS The Great khali in a Falls Count anywhere.
Cena has held his title since unforgiven 2006. that was last September. He's successfully defended that gold everywhere. no one can take it from him. he's like a hero that never dies. you cannot make a hero or a wrestler like that. Cena should have lost that title at wrestlemania, and when you think it over, Cena has made both members of DX tap out to the STFU at both Wrestlemania 22 and 23.
Bottom line, this Pay-Per-View was a hunk of poop and wasn't worth paying to see.
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