Video – John Morrison Blown Up In A Limo

Yes, really. Well, at least according to Zack Ryder’s internet show. It’s pretty funny. Check it out below:

2011 WWE Survivor Series – The Rock And John Cena Vs. The Miz And R-Truth Play By Play

Well, it’s what many have been waiting for. Since he left, one of the bigger questions was, “Is the Rock going to wrestle again?” That answer is yes finally.

Of course, this match is mainly a set up for their WrestleMania match in Miami. What happens here with Miz and Truth doesn’t really matter. They need to have something hot building toward Mania.

1. John Morrison vs. Dolph Ziggler

Crowd is chanting for Zack Ryder already. Lots of good athletic stuff back and forth. Morrison had Ziggler pinned and Vicki pulled his leg on the bottom rope. She was subsequently kicked out and copped a major fit.

Ziggler hit a sweet Fame Asser that Morrison kicked out of. Morrison hit the knee while Ziggler was sitting up and nearly killed him. He missed the Starship Pain and ate a sweet Zig Zag. Dolph Ziggler is my favorite wrestler.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler

Ziggler got on the mic to brag and to tell everyone to follow that and then Ryder came out to beat him up some.

2. Eve vs. Beth Phoenix

It was a lumberjills match. Beth Phoenix might’ve just killed Eve with the Glam Slam from the top rope. That looked like it sucked.

Winner: Beth Phoenix

David Otunga told CM Punk that he should apologize John Laryngitis (I like Santino’s name for him better). Punk said he would after he won the title.
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WWE SummerSlam 2011 – John Cena Vs. CM Punk Play By Play

The key to this show is how well they book the Undisputed WWE title match. It really doesn’t matter who comes away with the belt, but more so, how they continue the storyline. We have a poll on our Fight Game Blog Facebook page on who comes away with the championship.

There’s not much else to this show, except for Christian and Randy Orton fighting for the other belt. It looks like they’ll have to come up with some matches on the fly.

The show starts, not with a match, but with a promo. The Miz, R-Truth and Alberto Del Rio all come out to cut promos. We could see a six-man tag here. Yep, on the other side is Kofi Kingston, John Morrison, and Rey Mysterio.

1. The Miz, R-Truth, and Alberto Del Rio vs. Kofi Kingston, John Morrison, and Rey Mysterio

What a fun opener. Miz was getting over on everyone early until Rey was tagged in. Then all six guys got involved. Mysterio tried to set up the double 619 on Truth and Miz. Miz moved, but Kofi dove off the top rope to the outside on him. He got legit high in the air. Morrison took out Del Rio with a dive outside as well. Mysterio hit the splash off the top on Truth for the win.

Winner: Kofi Kingston, John Morrison, and Rey Mysterio

Punk had to apologize to John Laurinaitis and did so mockingly. Then Stephanie McMahon came out and nearly scared me. She tried to wish Punk luck and offered to shake his hand. He said he knew where that hand had been.

2. Mark Henry vs. Sheamus

Henry went over big, even though he didn’t win by pinfall. He dominated nearly the entire match and then picked Sheamus up and rammed him through the barricade for the count-out victory. Sheamus hit the brogue kick to put Henry out of the ring, but it was mostly Henry here.

Winner: Mark Henry
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WWE Tough Enough Episode 6

Tonight, we are promised two eliminations. I hope Stone Cold goes buck wild on both of them.

Luke says by being in the bottom three, Austin poured more gas on the fire. I’m not sure what that means. Bill is putting them through a ton hindu squats, push-ups, and other exercises with a purpose to burn the heck out of their bodies.

Austin tells the crew that no matter how badly his day is going, once he goes into the ring, he’s 100% focused. He mentioned divorce number two and divorce number three.

Jeremiah is working through splitting up blood. Though, they didn’t say if he got stiffed in the mouth or not. Trish isn’t a fan of AJ and wonders if this is all he is right now. Jeremiah jumped from the second rope to elbow drop a heavy bag and he missed it completely. Eric killed the bag and Austin said it just s*** itself.

Booker thinks Ivelisse (I’ve been killing her name with mispellings before this) is using her quad injury as a crutch. It looks like she may be going home. Her main competitor, Christina looked to find her smile again and did well enough for the trainers to cheer her. Ivelisse is no where to be found and Bill and Booker have to talk to her about her injury. She didn’t quit though.

Austin takes the crew out to show them about focus. He brings in John Morrison and definitely called him the Shaman of Sexy. He puts them through a rope course. They have to scale a wall, walk over some small platforms, and jump down on a pulley, which kind of scared and always reminds me of Owen Hart. Though, they weren’t falling all that far. Ivelisse is having a tough time with it. Eric struggled most with it, so much that Christina caught him and jumped over him to pass him. He couldn’t finish. Morrison told them not to worry about elimination and things that are out of their control.

Austin and DeMott get the guys on the top rope and have them do free squats. They have to hold the squat position on the top which looks like death.

They also did more work with the bag and had to do a flying elbow drop on it. Luke ended up winning the challenge, beating his good buddy Jeremiah.
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The Aftermath – UFC 129 And 2011 WWE Extreme Rules

It was quite the tale of two shows last weekend. On one hand, you had UFC 129, which broke the UFC attendance record headlined by one of their biggest stars, George St. Pierre, fighting in Toronto. On the other hand, you had a show that the world generally forgot about with WWE Extreme Rules. That usually happens the month after WrestleMania.

However, the forgotten show seemed to be at least even with the huge UFC show, even if there wasn’t much hype to it.

The FGB crew gives you their thoughts about both shows below.

UFC 129

Alan
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Best Fight: Mark Hominick vs. Jose Aldo
Worst Fight: Jake Shields vs. Georges St. Pierre

Fun show to watch. Lots of drama, cool atmosphere and on pace to be one of their best shows before the disappointing main event.

Cactus Jim
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Best Fight: Mark Hominick vs. Jose Aldo
Worst Fight: Jake Shields vs. Georges St. Pierre

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