Slammy Awards Recap

Big Show d. Wade Barrett via count-out
United States Champion, Daniel Bryan & Kofi Kingston d. InterContinental Champion, Dolph Ziggler & Ted DiBiase, Jr.
Cody Rhodes d. Mark Henry
Sheamus vs. John Morrison ended in a double DQ
WWE Champion, The Miz d. Rey Mysterio in a non-title match
Michelle McCool won the Divas Battle Royal and the Slammy for Diva of the Year
Edge d. Jack Swagger
Randy Orton d. Alex Riley & David Arquette in a handicap match
John Cena d. David Otunga

John Cena won two Slammys. one for “Holy Shit” Moment of the Year for giving Batista an Attitude Adjustment thru the entrance ramp, and the other for Superstar of the Year
CM Punk won the “Despicable Me” Slammy for his workmanlike harassment of Rey Mysterio’s family
Pee-Wee Herman won a Slammy for Best Celebrity Host, beating out my personal favourite, William Shatner
Michael Cole won the “…And I Quote” Slammy for line of the year: no quote specified
Shawn Michaels won the Slammy for Moment of the Year, for his retirement match with Undertaker at WrestleMania XXVI
Edge won the “Oh, Snap!” Slammy for meltdown of the year for destroying the RAW GM laptop, beating out Batista’s epic “I Quit” meltdown on the May 24 edition of RAW
Miz Girl, Cayley, won the Slammy for Best Audience Reaction, after Miz won the WWE title on the November 22 edition of RAW
LayCool won the Slammy for Knucklehead moment of the year, for getting beat by Mae Young

Kane (c) vs. Edge – TLC match for the World Heavyweight Championship
The Miz (c) vs. Randy Orton – Tables match for the WWE Championship
John Cena vs. Wade Barrett – Chairs match
Rey Mysterio vs. Alberto Del Rio – Chairs match
Sheamus vs. John Morrison – #1 Contender Ladder match
Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Jack Swagger – Ladder match for the InterContinental Championship
LayCool vs. Natalya (c) & Beth Phoenix – tag team Tables match

John Cena was fired for all of three weeks, and his feud with Nexus leader, Wade Barrett, will finally come to and end…allegedly. I would’ve booked it to where Cena didn’t return to in-ring action until the Rumble, and maybe save a Barrett-Cena match for ‘Mania. but, it wasn’t like Vinnie Mac was gonna keep his #1 cashcow off of TV.

The Miz is every-FUCKING-where right now! CBS, TMZ, ESPN, you name it! I remember when he was on The Real World, and he was all about wanting to become a professional wrassler. the guy is living out his dream, I can dig that. Orton doesn’t need another title run (for now) let Miz retain it at TLC, beat Morrison at the Rumble, and then lose it at the Elimination Chamber PPV in February.

Daniel Bryan is the United States Champion, and he’s got the Bella Twins accompanying him to the ring. truly, he has no equal on the RAW roster, as witnessed by the fact that he doesn’t have a dance partner for this weekend’s TLC pay-per-view. he was already established on the indy circuit, before he even appeared on NXT. sooner, rather than later, he drops the US title, and elevates to ME status.

John Morrison vs. Sheamus has turned out to be a good feud (as long as JoMo isn’t required to cut any more promos) the rubber match is for a WWE title shot (more than likely at the Rumble) if ever they were going to pull the trigger on a Miz-Morrison title feud, this is the time.

Smackdown is in terrible shape these days. when you’re devoting half of your show to Kane vs. Edge, and all those ricoculous backstage segments. I’m sure both those guys (and probably Paul Bearer as well) dread having to tape them. that being said, I wouldn’t be surprised if they carry this feud up thru the Rumble.

Rey Mysterio vs. Alberto Del Rio is the prototypical old school vs. new school feud. Rey got the best of Alberto at Survivor Series, but a win by Del Rio would help cement his status as an elite heel

Dolph Ziggler has come a long way since his days on the Spirit Squad, and is now in his fifth month as IC champion. bonus points for being a fan of Asa Akira. his match with Kofi Kingston could end up being a show-stealer. it’s just a damn shame they had to throw Jack Swagger in the mix.

for the first time ever, they are doing a tag team tables match featuring four divas. I don’t see Beth Phoenix as a face, so maybe they have her turn on Natalya, by Glam Slamming her thru a table.

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