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PostSubject: Official WWE Summerslam 2007 Thread   Sat Aug 04, 2007 7:11 pm



Preview:
John Cena vs. Randy Orton (WWE Championship Match)



Randy Orton sees the WWE Championship differently than the other Superstars. It doesn’t just represent sports-entertainment’s most coveted prize; to Orton, a third-generation Superstar, it represents his destiny.

Orton has yearned to hold the WWE Championship since he became the youngest World Heavyweight Champion in history in 2004 – at SummerSlam. But his championship reign was only a month, far too short for the man who has prided himself on destroying legends. And now Orton has the opportunity at déjà vu – and perhaps his destiny – at this year’s SummerSlam when he faces John Cena for the WWE Championship.

As WWE Champion, Cena is a legend in the making. He has held the championship for 24 of the last 27 months and has been on an incredible roll in his third reign as champion. From Edge to Umaga to Shawn Michaels and Bobby Lashley, he has turned back the challenges of all comers for 11 months.

However, Cena has not faced Orton one-on-one with the WWE Championship on the line. The two have faced off in tag team matches and with several other competitors involved in WWE Championship matches, but they’ve never battled mano-a-mano. At SummerSlam, Orton has the opportunity to fulfill his potential and become the champion that so many have predicted he will be.

Perhaps no one – or any other multi-generational star – on the WWE roster has as much God-given ability as Orton. As the son of WWE Hall of Famer “Cowboy” Bob Orton Jr. and grandson of Bob Orton Sr., he comes from a prestigious wrestling lineage. He grew up around the business, regularly seeing Hall of Famers such as “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and Andre the Giant at his dinner table. It’s no exaggeration when people say Randy Orton was born to wrestle.

That’s what makes part of his career so disheartening. Instead of showing reverence to his father, grandfather and other legends, he spits on those who paved the way for him. Instead of winning championships, Orton has been obsessed with decimating legends like Dusty Rhodes and ending careers prematurely. Just ask Shawn Michaels and Rob Van Dam. With Cena, Orton could perhaps snag the WWE Championship and end another promising career.

Cena has to be careful because Orton is cold, calculating and sadistic. The WWE Champion may be facing his most dangerous opponent. But if Cena is able to turn back Orton's challenge, he will not only extend his championship reign, but may cement his own legacy – and destiny – as one of the greatest champions in WWE history.



Preview:
World Heavyweight Championship Match


Not often in his WWE career has Batista had to step into the ring with a man who’s taller, bigger and perhaps even stronger than he is. But if he hopes to regain one of sports-entertainment’s richest prizes, SmackDown’s Animal must do precisely that when he faces The Great Khali for the World Heavyweight Championship at SummerSlam.

It was just weeks ago when a fortunate stroke of luck befell Batista. Just six days before The Great American Bash, he was set to face Khali one-on-one at the pay-per-view. But then an injured Edge was forced to relinquish the World Heavyweight Title, and a 20-Man Battle Royal was held on SmackDown to determine the new champion. Batista was thought to be the odds-on favorite by many, until he ran into a force that even nature can’t seem to stop: A 7-foot-3, 420-pound Punjabi powerhouse, who cleaned house and last eliminated Kane and The Animal to win the gold.

After Khali’s interference in a No. 1 Contender’s Match, the originally scheduled Bash clash was changed into a Triple Threat Match that included Batista and the Big Red Monster. Once again, Khali was victorious as The Animal was denied the gold.

No matter for Batista, who continued to chase The Great Khali, going so far as to interrupt his Indian Championship Celebration by demanding another chance and spearing the massive champion. The hostile act resonated not only with Khali, but also with General Manager Theodore Long, who ordered a SummerSlam Title Match on the August 3 SmackDown.

At the Biggest Party of the Summer, Batista finally gets his one-on-one chance against the biggest World Heavyweight Champion ever. It won’t be easy, though. Already a dominant powerhouse, Khali continues to add more weapons to his already frightening arsenal, as evidenced when he debuted a devastating claw hold that nearly crushed the skull of one of The Animal’s mentors, Ric Flair.

The most dangerous Animal is one whose back is against the wall; it’s not a situation Batista is in often, but it’s one that usually sees him come through. Will Batista be the one who dethrones The Great Khali, or will the Punjabi powerhouse retain his title and remain the one Rubik’s cube no one on SmackDown can solve?



Preview:
Rey Mysterio vs. Chavo Guerrero


Chavo Guerrero destroyed Rey Mysterio’s knee, and nearly his career last October in a vicious “I Quit” Match on SmackDown. At SummerSlam, the returning masked marvel will face Guerrero one-on-one with retribution on his mind.

This match was made by SmackDown Assistant General Manager Vickie Guerrero, despite her past involvement regarding Mysterio’s injury. Vickie has been an impartial and unbiased voice to complement General Manager Theodore Long, much to the dismay of her nephew-in-law Chavo, and the satisfaction of our fans.

What will Rey have in store for the man who attempted to end his career? Can the master of the 619 avenge the injury that has kept him out of ring action for almost a full year? Or will Chavo Guerrero concentrate a sadistic attack on Rey’s surgically repaired knee, forever grounding the Superstar high-flyer?
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PostSubject: Re: Official WWE Summerslam 2007 Thread   Sat Aug 04, 2007 7:22 pm

Well from reading reports I guess HHH/Booker will be announced(probably next monday).

Cena, I take it will be dropping the belt to Orton for eventual little program with HHH.
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