WWE Pay Per View Classics

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 roll the clock back to 2006, to a pay per view that had not one but three main events a couple of surprises and fall to be seen to be believed…we welcome you to Armageddon…

Main Event Round One: An Inferno Match: Kane vs M.V.P.

For only the fourth time in history and after a wait of seven and a half years, an inferno match was once again placed on the cards, self-explanatory rules for such a match – the first to set his opponent on fire wins.

This would be MVP’s first pay per view and by hook or crook had already beaten Kane twice since his debut, once in a steel cage the other a street fight…

But the third time was indeed not the charm for the self-proclaimed most valuable player as Kane would back (literally) MVP into the flames catching the lower half of his back on fire to win the match…

Tag Team Championship Match:

This match was meant to be 2-on-2 but the general manger was in a giving mood changing the style of match to a ladder match, the general manger would be a gift that kept on giving by adding two more teams to the match…

It would the WWE Tag Team Champions Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs Dave Tayler & William Regal vs MNM vs the Hardy Boyz, first to climb the ladder, retrieve the championships would win the match…

Joey Mercury from MNM would be eliminated from the match as a ladder would be used to break his nose, swell his eye shut and bust him wide open when a move gone wrong…

In an extremely fast pace match it would seem like there was never enough cameras to cover the all the action…in the end the champions would prove they had arrived in the WWE and were here to stay as they retained their championship.

The Boogeyman vs The Miz:

It would be the damn right creepy taking on the absolute brash and cocky while the whole crowd was routing for a boogeyman victory the fans would not leave disappointed as the worm eating monster would get the win…

Cruiserweight Championship match: Cruiserweight Champion Gregory Helms vs Jimmy Wang Yang

In another fast pace match up, the champion who vowed to end the year on a winning streak did just that pinning his opponent and retaining his title on the last pay per view of the year…

Main Event Round Two: A Last Ride Match: The Undertaker vs Mr. Kennedy:

For only the second time in history a last ride match would be called upon, to win one must beat your opponent so badly that you can place them in the back of a Hurst and drive it out of the arena…

The Undertaker would take a 25+ fall from the top of the staging rig but even that would not keep the dead man down after a back and forth fight, the Undertaker would drive the Hurst out of the arena with Kennedy in the back for his last ride…

Divas Naughty or Nice Lingerie Contest…

The contest would be interrupted my members of the FBI dressed up as Santa but one Christmas humbugger would crash the party as the crazy creep himself, the Boogeyman would come to get ya!   

United States Championship match: United States Champion Chris Benoit vs Chavo Guerrero w/Vicky Guerrero…

As predicted Vicky Guerrero would get involved in this match but the wolverine would not be beaten trapping Chavo in the sharp shooter for the win and the retaining of his championship…

Main Event Round Three: WWE Champion John Cena & World Heavyweight Champion Batista vs King Booker T & Finley…

For the first time the WWE & World Heavyweight Champions would unite against a couple of “Royal” clowns, King Booker, the last of the King of the Ring Winners and his Irish Court Jester Finley would not be enough to halt a championship tide wave as they fell short to the champions  

Thus closes the file on the last pay per view of the year…Armageddon 2006…

 

 

 

      

 

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