WWE Classic Pay Per View…

Thought out the history of the WWE the fans have come to wittiness many evolutionarily moments, superstars have come and gone… main event players taken though injury others though retirement and then there are those who were cut down in their prime…

Championships that have stood for decades, held by true champions gone as new championships took their place…Matches that have always been there…replaced of those of high danger levels with riskier moves…

So each week we take a look back at the past pay per views and show the results of some of the most incredible rivalries on some of the greatest stages in some of the most beautiful arenas around the world…

(The above post will always stay the same but for each post the following of course will be different)

We go to the hottest party of the summer and revisit 2010 Summerslam where a few surprises were in store…

Intercontinental Championship Match: Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler vs Kofi Kingston:

In a rematch from Smack down, nine nights earlier where Ziggler would win the championship for his opponent and much like that match Vicky Guerrero would intervene on behalf of Ziggler several times…

As Kofi Kingston was trying to unleash a fast pace, as is his style, Dolph Ziggler would try everything in his power to slow it down…

But that would be as far as this match would be allowed to go as the Nexus would rush out and attack making the match end in a no-contest…

Diva’s Championship Match: Diva Champion Alicia Fox vs Melina…

The divas champion had to prove that her win of the championship was no fluke but the challenger who was not beaten for the title but give it up due to injury would not be denied and took the win and the title in her home town…

Her victory would of course be cut short as the team of Flawless would come out and attack the new title holder …

3-on-1 Handicap match: The Big Show vs the Straight edge Society

Despite the numbers game the Big Show would clear the ring on a number of occasions and invite C.M Punk into the ring… Even though the team of three was meant to tag in and out, it would be more of a tornado style of match…

But even the numbers game wasn’t enough as the leader of the Straight Edge Society C.M. Punk would abandon his team mates as the Big Show would go on to pin the remaining two men at the same time…

WWE Championship Match: WWE Champion Shamus vs Randy Orton:

For the first Irish born WWE Champion Shamus would have to enter one of his toughest challenges of his young career…

The challenger of Randy Orton who won a triple threat to become number one contender was looking for his seventh reign as WWE Champion…

With a stipulation going against each superstar the pressure to win the match became that much more important, against Shamus was that if anyone interfered on his behalf they would be permanently suspended and going against Orton was that should he lose the match he would go to the back of the line for championship opportunities…

In the end Shamus would bring in a Chair and toss the Referee out of the ring deliberately coursing a disqualification escaping with his championship, Orton’s response would be an R.K.O on the announce table…

World Heavyweight Championship Match: World Heavyweight champion Kane vs Ray Mysterio…

The champion Kane would enter seeking revenge on the man he claimed responsible for attacking his brother the Undertaker, Mysterio would throw such a claim right back claiming that the monster himself attacked his brother…

Whilst Kane would retain his championship the surprise would come in the form of the dead man raising out of the casket at ring side and attack his assailant…Kane…

Seven vs Seven Tag Team Elimination Match: The Nexus – Wade Barrett, David Otunga, Heath Slater, Skip Sheffield, Michael Tarver, Justin Gabriel and Darren Young vs Team WWE – John Cena, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, Chris Jericho, Edge, John Morrison, R-Truth and Daniel Bryan…

Originally the Miz was to appear in this match but due to him taking so long to decide whether he was joining or not the team drafted Daniel Bryan which would prove beneficial as he started the ball rolling with the elimination of Darren Young…

John Morrison would quickly follow that by eliminating Michael Tarver and the Nexus would find themselves behind in the numbers game for the first time since their debut…

But regroup they did as they push on to even things out with Skip Sheffield eliminating both John Morrison and R-Truth in quick succession…

The Hitman would be disqualified after using a steel chair but team WWE would respond with Edge ridding Skip Sheffield from the match… Jericho would rally the troops in the arena and make Otunga tap to the walls of Jericho giving the WWE the advantage 4-3…

But under a miscommunication the Nexus would strike and strike quickly as Heath Slater would pin both Jericho and Edge who both then decided to attack Cena to lay blame for their eliminations…

At a 3-2 disadvantage Daniel Bryan would prove why he is a submissions expert as he would score over Heath Slater, but the egotistical Miz would return from embarrassment at not being allowed in the match when he decided he would be, by attacking Bryan not much else was needed as he was simply rolled over and eliminated…

With a 2-on-1 advantage it would Barrett & Gabriel against the captain of the team WWE John Cena, who after everything that was thrown at him would never say die, pinning Gabriel and forcing Barrett to tap out for the win…

Thus closes the WWE Classic File of Summerslam 2010 with a main event to prove you just can’t keep a fan favorite down…   

MajorMadMike

Been a fan of the WWE since 2000, watched a few from the early years online, wasn’t a fan of where the “Powers that be” were taking the company but it has gotten better with the brand split, I thought that it was a format that worked