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Saturday Night's Main Event Thread- Aug. 18, 2007 from New York City


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RAW, SmackDown!, & ECW Present:

WWE

Saturday

Night's

Main Event

August 18, 2007 at 11:30/10:30c on NBC from Madison Square Garden in New York City

 

 

Conf. Matches/Events

Update on the McMahon Paternity Suit

 

Non-Title:

John Cena Vs. Carlito

 

Batista & Kane Vs. The Great Khali & Finlay

 

Boxing Match:

Matt Hardy Vs. Evander Holyfield (MVP's Replacement)

 

Stone Cold Steve Austin To Appear

 

CM Punk & The Boogeyman Vs. John Morrison & Big Daddy V

 

 

 

 

Saturday Night's Main Event will be taped before the August 13 RAW in Madison Square Garden in New York City (even though it would make more sense to tape it after). It will air at the premiere timeslot of 11:30/10:30c.

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Guest FreeSpirit

I didn't even realise there was another SNME this year, let alone next Saturday.

 

Question for Masters Gonad, Is this airing again on Sky Sports before it airs in the States?

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Guest Adam Gill
I didn't even realise there was another SNME this year, let alone next Saturday.

 

Question for Masters Gonad, Is this airing again on Sky Sports before it airs in the States?

 

I was just watching Smackdown and they ran a promo for SNME, it's on Sky Sports 3 at 10:30pm.

 

So yeah, we will get it before they do in America . . .

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Guest The Great Ahmar
MVP Just challenged Hardy to a Boxing Match at SNME on WWE.com. I'm already sold to watch it! Oh and the promo is great too! Edited by The Great Ahmar
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MVP Just challenged Hardy to a Boxing Match at SNME on WWE.com. I'm already sold to watch it! Oh and the promo is great too!

 

I just watched the promo. I have witnessed greatness and it is called MVP. Not since Ali-Foreman has there been a more anticipated boxing match, I am literally giddy with excitement for JBL's inevitable 'DOWN GOES HARDY, DOWN GOES HARDY' commentary call.

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Guest dpddave
Will this be a work or a shoot? If it's a worked boxing match it's gonna look terrible id imagine. Edited by dpddave
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Guest Nemesis Enforcer
Will this be a work or a shoot? If it's a worked boxing match it's gonna look terrible id imagine.

It will be a work for sure, there is no way they'd let the ending get decided at random with a lucky shot or one totally out box the other etc

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Guest Slim Jim
Presumably Matt will win with one of his awesome punches to continue the build to the ladder match at SummerSlam (I'm calling it right here).
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Presumably Matt will win with one of his awesome punches to continue the build to the ladder match at SummerSlam (I'm calling it right here).

 

Awww MAN! I can picture it now!

 

"I proved I'm better at arm wrestling, I proved I'm better at boxing and I'm gonna prove I'm better at climbing!"

 

Austin-McMahon? Pah! Hogan-Savage? Pah! Warrior-Rude? Pah! nWo-WCW? Pah! MVP-Matt Hardy? Number One!

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Austin-McMahon? Pah! Hogan-Savage? Pah! Warrior-Rude? Pah! nWo-WCW? Pah! MVP-Matt Hardy? Number One!

 

wyndorf, you are a very wise man and I felt I needed to post to tell you this.

 

But in all seriousness, MVP-Matt Hardy is the best thing going on in wrestling right now. Both guys are improving week by week, and just having awesome matches, segments, and promos. I was getting burnt out on wrestling a while back, and just not really caring for it, but this feud has helped pull me back in. I can't remember the last time I've enjoyed a feud as much as I have this one.

 

As for the boxing match, shoot or work, it'll be awesome either way because it's MVP and Matt Hardy.

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That promo was awesome, and very old-school in it's execution too. What I'm hoping for now is that Bart Gunn comes out as Hardy's trainer for this match. While at the same time, MVP comes out with Marc Mero.
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Guest bigmatt
I really hope its not worked even though it probably will be.I dont think either of them could carry a worked boxing match.
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Guest The Great Ahmar
Pro Wrestling Insider is reporting that boxing legend

Evander Holyfield is backstage at Madison Square Garden in New York, the site of tonight's Raw and Saturday Night's Main Event double television tapings. WWE is scheduled to tape a MVP vs. Matt Hardy boxing match for SNME.

 

Evander on WWE TV!? YEAH BABY!

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Guest FreeSpirit

Spoilers:

 

Credit: pwinsider.com

 

SNME opens with Vince backstage with Coach. Coach says with all the info he was given he will match up the dates and locations of Vince's trysts to the Superstars. Vince says he forgot about one with a black woman in Kansas City in the 70's. Coachman says he's adopted and from Kansas City. Vince stares at him and says it's going to be a long night.

 

It's announced that MVP has pulled out o his boxing match. It's Matt Hardy vs. Evander Holyfield.

 

Batista and Kane vs. Finlay and Great Khali. The announcers are JBL, Michael Cole and Jim Ross. Kane's ribs are taped Batista hits the Batista bomb on Finlay for pin.

 

Cena vs. Carlito later, billed as the Big Apple Showdown.

 

Backstage, MVP says the doctor won't let him box so he got the next best thing. Evander Holyfield asks him how his ticker is. MVP says he was scared for a minute but he's better than anyone else so he's already bounced back. He pals around with Holyfield.

 

John Cena vs. Carlito. The crowd chanted "Let's go Mets/Let's go Yankees". Cena wins via submission with the STFU. Randy Orton attacked him immediately and threw him outside, then into the stairs. Crowd chanted "Randy." Orton got a chair from under the ring. He hit an RKO on the floor into the chair on Cena. Cena sold it like he was dead. Crowd chanted for Orton while women chanted "sucks" in response. Match was whatever. Angle was very good. They showed a young boy looking sad over Cena but once he realized the camera was on him, he started mugging for it. Cena took a long time leaving, holding his jaw.

 

Michael Buffer comes out for the boxing match. Divas are the ring girls.

 

Backstage, Todd Grisham asks Orton what he was doing. Orton said he sent a loud and clear message to Cena as to what he's going to get at Summerslam. He promises to win the title.

 

Hardy has 2 cornermen with him. MVP comes out with an entourage. Evander has his own Titantron video. MVP makes Buffer introduce him first, right down to "straight up ballin'" The crowd did the "What" chant during the referee's instructions!

 

Hardy is wearing a boxing helmet.. Holyield isn't. MVP keeps getting on the apron to give him instructions. Holyfield knocks Hardy down in round one. End of round

 

MVP argues with Holyfield's trainer between rounds. Round two starts and Hardy's acting half out of it. Holyfield tells the ref to check him. MVP gets in the ring and tells him to keep beating up Hardy. Holyfield turns his back and MVP grabs him. Holyfield knocks out MVP. The ref rings the bell. Holyfield left immediately. Hardy left. MVP was left on the mat being checked on by his entourage. No announced decision.

 

CM Punk & Boogeyman vs. John Morrison & Big Daddy V. Tazz joined the announcers for the match. Punk got a big reaction. Good when Punk and Morrison were in. Punk surprised Morrison with a small package for another clean win.

 

Vince McMahon comes to the ring with Jonathan Coachman. Coach gives a long monologue about Vince who cuts him off and tells him to get on with it. Coachman says he's going to help Vince with the child. He says Vince once had a tryst in Kentucky so he is certain this could be his child...and out comes Eugene.

 

Eugene says that he became a wrestling fan because his Mom told him she met Vince. He says his Uncle Eric told him he nailed his Mom and that's why he tried to put Vince out of business. He tells Vince, "I love you Dad". Vince said he used protection and tells Eugene to get out of the ring.

 

Coachman then tells of a story of Vince in a Port Authority bathroom so his son could be...Balls Mahoney. Vince says Balls is not his son. Mahoney tells him to think about it and to embrace it. He says Vince has balls. Vince says "I have no balls". The crowd chants "Vince has no balls". He yells at Balls to leave.

 

Coachman tells Vince of the Wrestlemania 2 afterparty in LA and that this person could be his daughter. Out comes Melina. Vince says that Melina isn't her daughter and cannot be. Coachman asks why not and Vince whispers something. Coach says that's disgusting. Vince tells Melina that the meeting that they had on July 4th was totally harmless. She says that Vince better hope so because if she's his daughter, she will take him for everything she owns. She walks out.

 

Vince demands to know who his child is. Long dramatic pause. Glass breaks and out comes Steve Austin.

 

Austin says Vince could be his dad and Vince says there's no chance in hell. Austin says they missed out on so many good things in life...playing catch, water skiing, building a go-cart, the birds and the bees, drinking beer. Crowd is going "what, what, what".

 

Austin says it would be easy to stun Vince but the big problem is Vince's "overactive grapefruits" so he wants to help him out. He kicks Vince low and low blows him. Austin stuns Coachman and has a beer bash.

 

After they go off the air, Austin asks the crowd if they want to see him drink a beer with Vince. He says it is his first time in the Garden in years. Vince takes it and Austin hits the stunner. Austin does a long celebration. He gives Jim Ross a beer and takes his cowboy hat.

 

Vince and Coach get up. Austin says the only way he's not going to kick their ass is if they sing. Vince asks Coach if he can sing harmony. They badly sing "I Left My Heart in San Francisco". Austin knocked their heads together. He helps Coach up then hits another stunner.[/Quote]

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