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WWE Judgment Day (2006)

TV-14 | | Sport | TV Special 22 May 2006
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Judgment Day (2006) was the eighth annual Judgment Day professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

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Kevin Dunn
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Credited cast:
Kurt Angle ... Kurt Angle
Chris Benoit ... Chris Benoit
Adam Birch Adam Birch ... Joey Mercury
Michael Bucci Michael Bucci ... Simon Dean
Carlos Cabrera ... Carlos Cabrera - Spanish Announcer
Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker
David Cash David Cash ... Kid Kash
Tony Chimel Tony Chimel ... Himself
Michael Coulthard ... Michael Cole
Shawn Daivari Shawn Daivari ... Himself
Dave Finlay Dave Finlay ... Fit Finlay
Chavo Guerrero Jr. ... Chavo Guerrero (as Chavo Guerrero)
Jillian Hall ... Jillian
Matt Hardy ... Matt Hardy
Shane Helms ... Gregory Helms
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Judgment Day (2006) was the eighth annual Judgment Day professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

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USA

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English

Release Date:

22 May 2006 (USA) See more »

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WWE Judgment Day 2006 See more »

Filming Locations:

Phoenix, Arizona, USA

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The Judgment Day theme "This Fire Burns", is used by CM Punk (who was an extra in John Cena's entrance at Wrestlemania a few months before) up til 2011. Randy Orton also briefly used before switching to 'Voices' See more »

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Fit Finlay: [while fighting Chris Benoit] Come on Benoit. Show me how tough you are.
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Featured in WWE: Rey Mysterio - The Biggest Little Man (2007) See more »

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This Fire Burns
Performed by Killswitch Engage
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Saving the best for....first?
16 November 2006 | by gridoonSee all my reviews

In a PPV where nearly all the results (except maybe for Rey retaining his title) were wrong (IMO, of course), the two worst decisions were: 1) The dismantling of one of the few legitimate tag teams left in the WWE (MNM), and 2) The Undertaker jobbing cleanly to a man who can barely wrestle and has a chop to the head as his finisher. Anyway, let me do a short run-through of the matches: MNM vs. London & Kendrick (for the WWE Tag Team Titles): Very entertaining match with lots of athleticism on display and some added spice from Melina (***). BENOIT vs. FINLAY: A good old-school match with many technical holds (***). MELINA vs. JILLIAN HALL: How often do you see a bodyscissors in a WWE women's match? **1/2 for that reason alone, the rest is nothing much. GREGORY HELMS vs. SUPER CRAZY (for the Cruiserweight Title): Decent, but it could have been better (**1/2). KURT ANGLE vs. MARK HENRY: It takes someone like Angle to pull out something even watchable out of the World's Fattest Man, and he succeeds...but only just (**). BOOKER T vs. LASHLEY (King Of The Ring Tournament Final): Pretty boring, also the wrong man won (**) THE UNDERTAKER vs. THE GREAT KHALI: A bad squash - with Taker on the receiving end of it! Khali should change his name to The Great No-Seller (*). REY MYSTERIO vs. JBL (for the WH Title): This would be a solid enough undercard match, but as a main event it's pretty mediocre (**1/2).


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