Chris Benoit Canada
Born (1967-05-21) May 21, 1967 (age 56)
Montreal, Quebec Quebec
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Chris Benoit
Pegasus Kid
Wild Pegasus
Billed height5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
Billed weight234 lb (106 kg)
Billed fromEdmonton, Alberta
Atlanta, Georgia
Trained byStu Hart,
New Japan Dojo
DebutNovember 22, 1985

Christopher Benoit (born May 21 1967) is a Canadian professional wrestler. He is currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment wrestling on its ECW brand.

Career

Early career

Benoit idolized the Dynamite Kid growing up, and stylized himself after him.[1] This prompted him to be a wrestler, so when he began wrestling, he wrestled as "Dynamite" Chris Benoit, as a tribute to the Kid. He also began using the Diving Headbutt and the Snap Suplex, some of the Kid's trademark moves.

It is believed Stu Hart was not the first one that knew about Chris Benoit, but rather Bruce Hart that brought him to the Hart house. After years of strenuous training in the legendary Hart family "Dungeon", Chris Benoit began his career in 1985 in Stu Hart's Stampede Wrestling promotion. His debut match was a tag team match on November 22, 1985 in Calgary, Alberta, where he teamed with Rick Patterson against Butch Moffat and Mike Hammer. During his tenure in Stampede, he won several International Tag Team and British Commonwealth titles,[2] and had a lengthy feud with Johnny Smith that lasted for over a year. In 1989, Stampede closed its doors later that year, and with a recommendation from Bad News Allen, Benoit departed for New Japan Pro Wrestling.[3]

Upon arriving in New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW), Benoit spent about a year training in their "New Japan Dojo" with the younger wrestlers to improve his abilities before debuting, wearing a mask and assuming the name The Pegasus Kid. While with NJPW, he came into his own as a performer in matches with luminaries like Jushin Liger, Shinjiro Ohtani, The Black Tiger, and El Samurai.

In 1990, he won his first major championship, the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship, from Jushin Liger. He eventually lost the title (and his mask) back to Liger,[2] forcing him to reinvent himself as Wild Pegasus. He went on to win the Super J Cup Tournament in 1994, defeating Black Tiger, Gedo, and Great Sasuke in the finals, solidifying his status as one of the foremost junior heavyweights in the world.

Benoit eventually left New Japan to compete in Mexico and Germany, where he won a few regional championships including the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship.

Extreme Championship Wrestling

In 1994, Benoit signed with Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW). While there, he dropped the "Pegasus" gimmick, becoming The Canadian Crippler, because of his rougher style, and an incident where he took out Rocco Rock with a powerbomb through a table. Coincidentally, after taking up this gimmick, Benoit was involved in a match with Sabu during which Sabu broke his neck. The injury came when Benoit threw Sabu with the intention that he take a face-first "pancake" bump, but Sabu attempted to turn mid-air and take a backdrop bump instead. He did not achieve full rotation and landed almost directly on his neck.

Benoit and Dean Malenko won the ECW Tag Team Championship from Sabu and The Tazmaniac in February 1995.[2] After winning, they were initiated into the Triple Threat stable, led by ECW World Heavyweight Champion, Shane Douglas. The team lost the titles to The Public Enemy that April at ECW's Three Way Dance.[2]

World Championship Wrestling

1992-1993

Chris Benoit first came to WCW in June 1992, teaming up with fellow Canadian wrestler Beef Wellington for the NWA World Tag Team title tournament; they were defeated by Brian Pillman and Jushin Liger in the first round. He wouldn't return to WCW, until January 1993 at the Clash of the Champions, defeating Brad Armstrong. A month later at SuperBrawl III, he took 2 Cold Scorpio to the limit, but got pinned with only 3 seconds left in the 20-minute time limit. At the same time, he formed a tag team with Bobby Eaton. After he and Eaton lost to Scorpio and Marcus Bagwell at Slamboree, Benoit headed back to Japan.

1995-1997

New Japan Pro Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling (WCW) had a working relationship, and because of their "talent exchange" program Benoit signed with WCW in late 1995/early 1996. He started out in WCW as a member of the cruiserweight division, having lengthy matches against many of his former rivals in Japan.

After impressing higher-ups, he became a member of the reformed Four Horsemen in 1995, alongside Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, and Brian Pillman. When Pillman abruptly left the company for the WWF, Benoit was placed into his ongoing feud with (booker) Kevin Sullivan. Sullivan booked a feud in which Benoit was having an affair with Sullivan's (real life) wife Nancy (also known as Woman). Benoit and Nancy were forced to spend time together to make the affair look real, (hold hands in public, share hotel rooms, etc.). Because of this, Sullivan and Benoit had a contentious backstage relationship at best and Benoit defeated Sullivan in a Retirement match. Benoit does, however, admit having a certain amount of respect for Sullivan, saying on the DVD Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story that Sullivan never took undue liberties in the ring during their feud, even though he blamed Benoit for breaking up his marriage.

1998-2000

In 1998, Benoit had a long feud with Booker T. They fought over the WCW Television Championship until Booker lost the title to Fit Finlay.[2] Booker won a "Best-of-Seven" series which was held between the two to determine a Number One Contender. Benoit went up 3 to 1 before Booker caught up, forcing the 7th and final match on Monday Nitro. During the match, Bret Hart interjected himself, interfering on behalf of Benoit in an attempt to get him to join the New World Order. Benoit refused to win that way and told the referee what happened, getting himself disqualified. Booker refused that victory, instead opting for an eighth match at the 1998 Great American Bash to see who would go on to fight Finlay later that night. Booker won the final match and went on to beat Finlay for the title.[2] This feud significantly elevated both men's careers as singles competitors, and both remained at the top of the midcard afterwards.

In 1999, Benoit teamed with Dean Malenko once again and defeated Curt Hennig and Barry Windham to win the WCW World Tag Team Championship[2]. This led to another reformation of the Four Horsemen with the tag team champions, Anderson, and Steve "Mongo" McMichael. After a falling out with the latter two, Benoit and Malenko left the Horsemen. Later in 1999, he also won the WCW United States Championship[2] before bringing together Malenko, Perry Saturn, and Shane Douglas to form "The Revolution". The Revolution (both kayfabe and legit) were a group of younger wrestlers who felt slighted by WCW management, believing they never gave them the chance to be stars, pushing older, more established wrestlers the top spots instead. Benoit's most notable match of 1999 occurred with Bret Hart on WCW Nitro on October 1999, in Kansas City, Missouri, as a tribute to Owen Hart, who had recently died due to an equipment malfunction.

By January 2000, they made their last try at keeping him, putting the WCW World Heavyweight Championship on him at Souled Out.[2] However, due to disagreements with management and to protest the promotion of Kevin Sullivan to head booker, Benoit left the company the next day alongside his friends Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko, and Perry Saturn, forfeiting his title in the process. It is notable that Benoit's bio on the WWE website fails to mention the WCW victory,[3] though its WCW Championship title history does [4]

World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment

2000-2001

Along with Guererro, Saturn and Malenko, Benoit debuted in the WWF as a stable that became known as The Radicalz. After losing their "tryout matches" upon entry, The Radicalz aligned themselves with WWF Champion Triple H and became a heel faction. Benoit would quickly win his first title in the WWF just over a month later at WrestleMania 2000, pinning Chris Jericho in a triple threat match to win Kurt Angle's Intercontinental Championship. Benoit then entered into a long-running feud with Jericho, who made fun of Benoit's demeanor by referring to him constantly as "Mr. Roboto" due to his cold personality. Benoit and Jericho would meet on PPV four times in nine months, exchanging the title back and forth and culminating in Jericho defeating Benoit in a ladder match at the 2001 Royal Rumble. Benoit would win the Intercontinental Title three times between April 2000 and January 2001.

It was also in this time period that Benoit wrestled in his first WWF pay per view main events, challenging The Rock for the title in July 2000 and as part of a fatal four way title match in September. Both times, Benoit appeared to have won the WWF Championship, only to have the decision reversed by then-WWF commissioner Mick Foley due to cheating on Benoit's part.

In early 2001, Benoit broke away from The Radicalz (who had recently reformed three months earlier) and turned babyface, feuding first with his former stable-mates and then with Kurt Angle, whom he wrestled at WrestleMania X7 and would continue to feud with afterwards after Benoit stole Angle's cherished Olympic Gold Medal, culminating in a match at Judgement Day 2001 where Angle won a 2 out of 3 falls match with the help of Edge and Christian. In response, Benoit teamed up with his former rival Jericho to defeat Edge and Christian in that night's Tag Team Turmoil match.

The next night on WWE Raw in San Jose, Jericho and Benoit challenged WWF Tag Team Champions Stone Cold Steve Austin and Triple H for their titles. Jericho and Benoit ended their reign and used the win as a springboard to challenge Austin for his world title. Benoit would get two title matches the following week, first losing via Montreal Screwjob in Calgary and Austin just barely eeking out a win in Benoit's hometown of Edmonton. Unfortunately, also in that time period came a four-way TLC match where Benoit suffered a neck injury that would require surgery with Dr. Lloyd Youngblood. Despite this, he worked through until the 2001 King Of The Ring, where he was pinned in a triple threat match versus Austin and Jericho. Benoit would miss the next year due to his neck injury.

2002-2003

During the first WWE Draft, he was picked by Vince McMahon third to be part of the new SmackDown! roster,[5] although still on the injured list. However, when he returned, he did so as a member of the RAW roster. On his first night back, he turned heel again and aligned himself with Eddie Guerrero, and he would feud with Steve Austin briefly.[6] He and Eddie Guerrero were then moved to SmackDown during a storyline "open season" on wrestler contracts,[7] with Benoit taking his newly won Intercontinental championship[8] with him. Rob Van Dam defeated Benoit at SummerSlam 2002 and returned the title to RAW.[9]

After returning to SmackDown! in October, he was crowned the first winner of the WWE Tag Team Championship, alongside foe and partner Kurt Angle.[10] They both turned face again by betraying Los Guerreros. The two made an impressive combination, but could not stand each other.[11]

Angle won his third WWE Championship from The Big Show at Armageddon 2002,[12] and Benoit faced him for the title at the 2003 Royal Rumble. Although Benoit lost the match, he received a standing ovation for his efforts after a very outstanding match.[13] Benoit returned to the tag team ranks, teaming with the returning Rhyno.[14] At WrestleMania XIX, the WWE Tag Team Champions, Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin, put their belts on the line against Benoit and his partner Rhyno and Los Guerreros in a triple threat tag team match. Team Angle retained by Shelton Benjamin pinning Chavo Guerrero.[15]

Benoit feuded with John Cena[16] and the Full Blooded Italians,[17] teaming with Rhyno occasionally.[18] In June 2003, the WWE United States Championship was reactivated, and Benoit participated in the tournament for the belt, first beating Rhyno,[19] then Matt Hardy in the second round,[20] but losing the final to Eddie Guerrero at Vengeance 2003.[21] The two feuded over the title for the next month,[22] and Benoit's popularity ascended to an all-time high. He defeated the likes of A-Train,[23] The Big Show, and Brock Lesnar by submission.[24] General Manager Paul Heyman began a vendetta against Benoit along with Lesnar, preventing him from gaining a shot at Lesnar's WWE Title.[25] When Benoit won a qualifying match for the 2004 Royal Rumble against the Full Blooded Italians in a Gauntlet Match, Heyman named him as the number one entry, but Benoit swore victory.[26]

2004-2005

On January 25 2004 Benoit won the 2004 Royal Rumble by last eliminating Big Show, and thus earned a WWE Championship title shot at WrestleMania XX.[27] As a result of the long-standing Royal Rumble tradition that the winner receives a shot at the world champion at WrestleMania, being on the SmackDown! brand at the time, Benoit would challenge for the WWE Championship. Benoit, however, exploited a "loophole" in the rules and challenged World Heavyweight Champion Triple H.[28] This "loophole" clause has become standard storyline practice, with the Royal Rumble winner being free to choose which title he will challenge for.

With this win, Benoit became one of only two men to enter at #1 and win the Royal Rumble (Shawn Michaels being the first).

Though the match was originally intended to be a one-on-one match, Shawn Michaels, whose Last Man Standing match against Triple H at the Royal Rumble for the World Heavyweight Championship ended in a draw,[29] thought that he deserved to be in the main event. When it was time for Benoit to sign the contract putting himself in the main event, Michaels superkicked him and signed his name on the contract,[30] which eventually resulted in a Triple Threat Match between Michaels, Benoit, and the champion, Triple H.[31]

File:WMXXBenoitGuerrero.jpg
Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero celebrate their wins at WrestleMania XX.

On March 14 2004, at WrestleMania XX, Chris Benoit won the World Heavyweight Championship by forcing Triple H to tap out to his signature submission move, the Crippler Crossface.[32] It marked the first time the main event of a WrestleMania ended in submission (it happened again at WrestleMania 22[33] and WrestleMania 23[34]). After the match, an emotional Benoit celebrated his win with the then-reigning WWE Champion and best friend Eddie Guerrero. Four years after they came to WWE together, they stood in the ring at Madison Square Garden, both of them world champions. It is considered as the biggest win of Benoit's 19 year career, as he won his second official World Championship in the main event of the biggest show of the year (it would, in fact, be voted the 2004 PWI Match of the Year).

This was Benoit's second World Heavyweight Title reign. The rematch was held at Backlash 2004 in Benoit's hometown of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. This match was a Triple Threat match, which also involved Triple H and Shawn Michaels. It was Michaels who ended up submitting to Benoit's sharpshooter, allowing Benoit to retain his title,[35] once again proving he was worthy of the main event. The next night in Calgary, he and Edge won the World Tag Team titles from Batista and Ric Flair, making Benoit a double champion.[36]

On Raw, Benoit defeated Triple H in a one-hour Iron man match. Benoit scored the first fall with a pinning predicament out of a crossface attempt. Triple H then rallied to take a 3-1 fall advantage by a pedigree pinfall, spinebuster pinafall, and a count out decision. After Benoit evened the falls up 3-3 via the sharpshooter and crippler crossface submissions,Benoit got the final pin in the match's closing seconds (due to outside interference of Eugene) to retain the title.

On August 15 2004, Chris Benoit was defeated by Randy Orton for the World Heavyweight Championship at SummerSlam.[37] This title change is notable because it is rare for a top face world champion to ever job the title cleanly to a heel.His reign lasted 5 months, and he gained 7 straight pay-per-view victories. Benoit then feuded with Edge leading to Taboo Tuesday[38] where Chris Benoit, Edge, and Shawn Michaels were all put into a poll to see who would face Triple H for the World Heavyweight Title that night. Michaels received the most votes and as a result, Edge and Benoit were forced to team up to face the then tag team champions, La Résistance, in the same night. However, Edge deserted Benoit during the match and Benoit was forced to take on both members of La Resistance by himself. He still managed to win the World Tag Team titles.[39] At Survivor Series 2004, Benoit sided with Randy Orton's team while Edge teamed with Triple H's team, and while Edge was able to pin Benoit after a Pedigree, Orton's team won.[40]

The Benoit-Edge feud ended at New Years Revolution.[41] The feud stopped abruptly, as Edge feuded with Shawn Michaels, and Benoit entered the Royal Rumble.[42] The two then continued to have matches in the following weeks until the two of them, Chris Jericho, Shelton Benjamin, Kane, and Christian were placed in the Money in the Bank ladder match at WrestleMania 21. Edge won the match by knocking Benoit off the ladder.[43] The feud finally culminated in a Last Man Standing Match at Backlash 2005. Edge won with a brick shot to the back of Benoit's head.[44]

On June 9 2005, Benoit returned to SmackDown! after being the first man selected by the SmackDown! side in the 2005 WWE Draft Lottery, and participated in an ECW-style revolution against the SmackDown! heels.[45] Benoit appeared at One Night Stand 2005, defeating Eddie Guerrero. At the end of the night he delivered a flying headbutt to his former WCW boss and former RAW General Manager Eric Bischoff.[46]

On July 24 2005 at The Great American Bash 2005, Benoit failed to win the WWE United States Championship from Orlando Jordan,[47] but he faced him in a rematch at SummerSlam 2005. Benoit defeated Jordan in 25 seconds with the Crippler Crossface to win the title.[48] On the next two editions of SmackDown!, Benoit defeated Jordan by submission in 23.4 seconds[49] and 22.5 seconds.[50] Two weeks later, Benoit defeated Jordan by submission in 49.8 seconds.[51] Benoit then started wrestling Booker T in some friendly competitions,[52] but it was all a ploy, as Booker and his wife, Sharmell, cheated Benoit out of the US title on an episode of SmackDown!.[53]

Chris Benoit appeared on RAW on November 14 2005 for Guerrero's tribute show hosted by both RAW and SmackDown! superstars. Benoit was devastated at the loss of his best friend and was very emotional during a series of video testimonials, where he said that he loved Eddie and will never forget him, eventually breaking down on camera.[54] The same week on SmackDown! (taped on the same night as RAW), Benoit defeated Triple H in a tribute match to his fallen friend. Following the contest, Benoit, Helmsley, and Dean Malenko all assembled in the ring and pointed to the sky in salute of Guerrero.[55]

2006-2007

After controversy surrounding a US title defense against Booker T, Theodore Long set up a "Best of Seven" series between the two. Booker T won three times in a row, due largely to his wife's interference, and Chris Benoit faced elimination in the series.[56][57][58] Benoit won the fourth match to stay alive,[59] but after the match, Booker suffered a legitimate groin injury, and Randy Orton was chosen as a stand-in, but Benoit defeated Orton twice by disqualification.[60][61] However, in the 7th and final match, Orton defeated Benoit with the help of Booker T, Sharmell, and Orlando Jordan, and Booker captured the US title.[62] Benoit feuded with Orton for a short time,[63] only to compete against Booker for the US title. Benoit was given one last chance at the US title at No Way Out 2006 and won it by making Booker submit to the Crippler Crossface, ending the feud.[64] Soon after, Benoit defeated Randy Orton in a No Holds Barred match on smackdown via Crippler Crossface.

The next week on SmackDown!, Benoit (kayfabe) broke JBLs hand (JBL actually needed surgery to remove a cyst).[65] A match was set up for the two at WrestleMania 22 for Benoit's title, and for the next several weeks, they would attack each other. When it came time for their match, JBL won the match with an illegal cradle to win the title.[66] Benoit used his rematch clause two weeks later in a steel cage match on SmackDown!, but JBL again won with illegal tactics.[67]

Benoit entered the 2006 King Of The Ring tournament, only to be defeated by Finlay in the opening round, after Finlay struck Benoit's neck with a chair and delivered a Celtic Cross.[68] At Judgment Day 2006 Benoit gained some revenge by defeating Finlay with the Crippler Crossface in a grudge match.[69] On the following edition of SmackDown!, Mark Henry attacked Benoit during a match, giving him back and rib injuries.[70] Benoit then announced a sabbatical to heal nagging shoulder injuries. On October 8, Benoit made his return at No Mercy, defeating William Regal by submission in a surprise match.[71] Later that week, he won his fifth United States Championship from Mr. Kennedy also by submission.[72]

Benoit then engaged in a feud with Chavo and Vickie Guerrero. He wanted answers from the Guerreros for their rash behaviour towards Rey Mysterio, but was avoided by the two and was eventually assaulted.[73] Benoit retained his United States Championship at Survivor Series 2006[74] and Armageddon 2006,[75] both times defeating Chavo Guerrero. The feud was ended after a few matches, and other attacks, with no-disqualification rules in play, which Benoit won the match to retain his United States title.[76]

After defeating Guerrero, Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) claimed that he was the best man to hold the US title, so he challenged Benoit for the title at WrestleMania 23, where Benoit retained.[77] Their rivalry continued with similar results again at Backlash.[78] At Judgment Day, however, MVP gained the upperhand and the title in a two-out-of-three falls match.

On the June 11 edition of RAW, Benoit was drafted from SmackDown! to ECW as part of the 2007 WWE Draft, after losing a match to Bobby Lashley. Benoit won his ECW debut match teaming up with CM Punk and defeating Elijah Burke and Marcus Cor Von by disqualfication. With Lashley's draft to RAW, the ECW World Championship was vacated. Benoit then defeated Elijah Burke to be a contender for the vacated Championship and will face fellow contender CM Punk at Vengeance. However, Chris Benoit was replaced by Johnny Nitro for the ECW Championship match at Vengeance, as Benoit was not there due to personal issues, stemming from the death of his wife Nancy.

In wrestling

Benoit perfoming a German suplex on MVP at WrestleMania 23.
As Chris Benoit
As Pegasus Kid and Wild Pegasus
  • The Rabid Wolverine
  • The Crippler
  • The Canadian Crippler
  • The Shooter
  • Extreme Championship Wrestling
"Back in the Saddle" (Aerosmith)
  • World Wrestling Entertainment
"Shooter" from WWF The Music Vol. 5
"Whatever" by Our Lady Peace, from WWF Forceable Entry

Championships and accomplishments

Records

Personal life

Media

Notes

  1. ^ Doug Lunney (January 15, 2000). "Benoit inspired by the Dynamite Kid, Crippler adopts idol's high-risk style". Retrieved 2007-05-10.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i Royal Duncan & Gary Will (4th Edition 2006). Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4. ((cite book)): Check date values in: |year= (help)
  3. ^ a b c "WWE Bio". WWE.com. Retrieved 2007-05-10. Cite error: The named reference "wwebio" was defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
  4. ^ http://www.wwe.com/inside/titlehistory/wcwchampionship/30445411035. ((cite web)): Missing or empty |title= (help)
  5. ^ "RAW - 25 March 2002 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  6. ^ "RAW - 27 May 2002 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  7. ^ "SmackDown - 1st August 2002 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  8. ^ "RAW - 29 July 2002 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  9. ^ "SummerSlam 2002 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  10. ^ "No Mercy 2002 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  11. ^ "SmackDown - 31st October 2002 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  12. ^ "Armageddon 2002 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  13. ^ "Royal Rumble 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  14. ^ "SmackDown - 27 February 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  15. ^ "WrestleMania XIX Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  16. ^ "SmackDown - 17 April 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  17. ^ "SmackDown - 24 April 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  18. ^ "Judgment Day 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  19. ^ "SmackDown - 19 June 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  20. ^ "SmackDown - 17 July 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  21. ^ "Vegeance 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  22. ^ "SummerSlam 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  23. ^ "No Mercy 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  24. ^ "Survivor Series Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  25. ^ "SmackDown - 4 December 2003 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  26. ^ "SmackDown - 1st January 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  27. ^ "Royal Rumble 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  28. ^ "RAW - 26 January 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  29. ^ "Royal Rumble 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  30. ^ "RAW - 9 February 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  31. ^ "RAW - 16th February 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  32. ^ "WrestleMania XX Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  33. ^ "WrestleMania 22 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  34. ^ "WrestleMania 23 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  35. ^ "Backlash 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  36. ^ "RAW - 19 April 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  37. ^ "SummerSlam 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  38. ^ "RAW - 18 October 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  39. ^ "Taboo Tuesday 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  40. ^ "Survivor Series 2004 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  41. ^ "New Year's Revolution 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  42. ^ "Royal Rumble 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  43. ^ "WrestleMania 21 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  44. ^ "Backlash 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  45. ^ "SmackDown - 9 June 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  46. ^ "ECW One Night Stand 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  47. ^ "The Great American 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  48. ^ "SummerSlam 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  49. ^ "SmackDown - 1st September 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  50. ^ "SmackDown - 8 September 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  51. ^ "SmackDown - 23rd September 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  52. ^ "No Mercy 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  53. ^ "SmackDown - 21st October 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  54. ^ "RAW - 14 November 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  55. ^ "SmackDown - 18 November 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  56. ^ "Survivor Series 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  57. ^ "SmackDown Special - November 29 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  58. ^ "SmackDown - 9 December 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  59. ^ "Armageddon 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  60. ^ "SmackDown - 30 December 2005 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  61. ^ "SmackDown - 6 January 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  62. ^ "SmackDown - 13 January 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  63. ^ "SmackDown - 27 January 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  64. ^ "No Way Out 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  65. ^ "SmackDown - 24 February 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  66. ^ "WrestleMania 22 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  67. ^ "SmackDown - 14 April 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  68. ^ "SmackDown - 5 May 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  69. ^ "Judgment Day 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  70. ^ "SmackDown - 26 May 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  71. ^ "No Mercy 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  72. ^ "SmackDown-October 13 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  73. ^ "SmackDown -November 17 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  74. ^ "Survivor Series 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  75. ^ "Armageddon 2006 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  76. ^ "SmackDown - 19 January 2007 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  77. ^ "WrestleMania 23 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  78. ^ "Backlash 2007 Results". Retrieved 2007-05-14.

References

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