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Spoliers – WWE Judgment Day PPV Results – May 18, 2008

by on May.23, 2008, under Wrestling News

WWE Judgment Day

Straight from The Qwest Center in Omaha, Nebraska here are your results from WWE’s Judgment Day.
If you haven’t seen Judgment day yet, and still plan to, don’t read any further. But if you’re interested in the results. Read on!

JBL vs. John Cena
In the final moments of the match, as both opponents get back to their feet and they trade right hands again. JBL lands a big boot to the face of Cena knocking him down. JBL with a series of elbow drops to Cena’s ribs. Cena gets back to his feet but JBL levels him with a big clothesline, still punishing Cena.

JBL goes for another clothesline but Cena counters it and gets the FU for the pinfall and the win.

Winner: John Cena

WWE Tag Team Title Match: John Morrison and The Miz vs. CM Punk and Kane
As the match starts winding down, Morrison manages to block a chokeslam on The Miz and goes to work on Kane and his knee. Miz gets tagged back in and hits his flying forearm in the turnbuckle and tags back in Morrison. Morrison brings his knee to the chin of Kane for another 2 count. Miz comes back in.

The Miz continues to work on Kane and hits him with a boot to knock the big guy down. Punk and Morrison get tagged in at the same time and collide in mid air. Punk lands a series of kicks and a powerslam for a 2 count. Punk hits a running knee in the turnbuckle, knocks down The Miz and gets a 2 count on Morrison.

Punk with a cross body off the top rope onto Morrison for another close 2 count. Punk goes for the GTS but Miz runs in and Punk breaks the hold. Miz goes outside and Punk goes for the GTS on Morrison but Miz breaks that one up. Kane chokeslams Miz on the outside while Morrison hits his finisher on Punk in the middle of the ring for the win.

Winners: John Morrison and The Miz

Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels
As the end approaches, Jericho finally gets up after staying down for a really long time, and hits the Codebreaker on HBK out of nowhere. Both men are down but Jericho goes for the cover first but only gets a 2 count.

Jericho picks up HBK but gets thrown into a Crossface submission hold out of nowhere. HBK tries to make Jericho tap out as the referee checks in. Jericho makes it to the ropes and the hold is broken.

Jericho drops Michaels’s ribs over the top rope and throws him back on the mat. Y2J goes for the Lionsault but Michaels puts his knees up. Jericho dodges his knees and goes for the Walls of Jericho. HBK turns it into a quick roll up out of nowhere for the win.

Winner: Shawn Michaels

WWE Women’s Title Match: Mickie James vs. Beth Phoenix vs. Melina
Ah what a great way to spend 10 minutes, watching girls in tight clothes fight…As Mickie takes Beth out with a huge kick to the face, she’s caught back on the top by Melina. Beth Phoenix gets back up and picks both Mickie and Melina on her shoulders with a very impressive double backbreaker.

Beth picks up Mickie for her chokeslam but Melina comes from behind and manages to knock her down. Mickie counters with her DDT finisher on Melina for the pinfall and the win.

Winner: Mickie James

World Heavyweight Title Match: Edge vs. The Undertaker
At the start of the match, the World Heavyweight Title is on display in a case in the arena. The music and pyro hits and out come our wrestlers.

After minutes of pummeling each other, The Undertaker throws Edge into the barrier at the referee’s 9 count and makes it to the ring for the win. As the announcer starts claiming The Undertaker as the winner, Vickie Guerrero shows up on the mic at the entrance way with Ryder and Hawkins.

After some time, Vickie Guerrero says that it is common knowledge that a Championship can only be won by pinfall or submission, not by DQ or countout. Therefore, the World Heavyweight Title will remain vacant. She then has the guts to say The Undertaker is STILL not the Champion.

The Undertaker gets pissed off, grabs Edge by his hair, and brings him in the ring for a massive Tombstone Piledriver as Vickie Guerrero screams. Vickie calls him a son of a bitch as Ryder and Hawkins drag Edge out of the ring. Vickie makes her exit as The Undertaker stands in the ring with the still vacant World Heavyweight Championship.

Winner: The Undertaker, by countout

MVP vs. Jeff Hardy
MVP continues to keep Hardy grounded as Hardy tries to fight back but keeps getting knocked back down. Hardy counters finally and takes MVP down as they exchange right hands back on their feet. Running clothesline by Hardy followed by another in the turnbuckle. Hardy with his dropkick in the corner, right in MVP’s mouth. Hardy goes back to the top rope but misses the Swanton Bomb as MVP moves out of the way.

MVP goes running at Hardy in the corner but gets tripped face first into the middle turnbuckle. Hardy goes to the top rope and hits the Whisper in the Wind for the pinfall and the win.

Winner: Jeff Hardy

Steel Cage Match for the WWE Title: Triple H vs. Randy Orton
As Randy Orton is hanging on the turnbuckle, he starts climbing to the top of the cage and has one leg over the top of it as The Game comes back to the top rope. Triple H pulls Orton back inside the ring and onto the top turnbuckle, slamming his head into the steel. Triple H grabs Orton and sets up for a Pedigree off the top rope but Orton fights him off. Orton throws The Game off the top and goes back to climb over the cage.

Orton manages to get one leg over the top of the cage again as Triple H races after him. The Game grabs him, but somehow Orton is dangling from the top. Triple H pulls him back inside the top of the cage and catches an elbow from Orton, sending him back to the mat. Orton gets half of his body back over the top of the cage until Triple H grabs him again by the leg. The Game pulls Orton off the turnbuckle and both men are finally back inside the ring.

Triple H lands a spine buster on Orton, grabs the steel chair and sets up Orton. Triple H goes for the Pedigree on the steel chair but Orton drops him on his spine on the chair. Orton misses his big running kick to the head and catches the steel chair to the head by Triple H. The Game hits a massive Pedigree on Randy Orton for the pinfall and the win.

Winner: Triple H

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WWE Judgment Day Preview: Triple H vs Randy Orton

by on Apr.29, 2008, under Wrestling News

WWE Judgment Day

WWE.com has just announced that WWE Champion Triple H will defend his title against The Legend Killer Randy Orton in a Steel Cage match in the Judgment Day PPV main event.

You can read WWE.com’s official preview for the match on their website.

Judgement Day takes place on Sunday, May 18th.

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