Saturday Night Main Event?
Can anyone tell me what happened? Who won what? I missed more than half because i was out with my friends.
Also if you'd like, what did you think of it?
Anyone know where i can watch it? (like maybe online?)
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Taped May 28, 2007 - aired June 2, 2007 - Air Canada Centre - Toronto, Ontario. The tagline was "The Biggest, The Strongest, The Smallest, The Strangest"
The Great Khali (w/Runjin Singh) defeated John Cena
Khali pinned Cena after a Choke Bomb.
Bobby Lashley fought Mark Henry to a no-contest in a Arm Wrestling contest
Henry was a replacement for Vince McMahon.
The match was declared a no-contest after Henry and Lashley started brawling.
Batista and Chris Benoit defeated Edge and Montel Vontavious Porter
Benoit pinned MVP after a Diving Headbutt.
Finlay and Hornswoggle defeated The Boogeyman and Little Boogeyman in a Mixed Tag Team match
Finlay pinned Little Boogeyman after a Big Boot.
Extreme Exposé featuring Kelly Kelly, Brooke Adams and Layla.
EE danced to "Throw It on Me" by Timbaland f/The Hives.
During the segment, Hornswoggle and Little Boogeyman ran out to the ring and put Brooke and Layla on their shoulders.
Kane, Doink the Clown and Eugene defeated Kevin Thorn, Viscera and Umaga
Kane pinned Viscera after a Chokeslam.
- 1 decade ago
The whole thing sucked. It was horrible. Thats a reason people shouldn't watch WWE. It totally sucks. Now TNA, on the other hand, that is great wrestling. I watch it every time it comes on. You should watch TNA instead of WWE. WWE just plain sucks. The matches are horrible. For the main event you have a stupid son of a ***** that doesn't even speak english, and on the other side you have a piece of sh!t thug that sucks at wrestling and gives everyone an anal rapeing everytime he does the STFU. I mean what kind of name is that. Is Cena gay or something. Does he want to rape people? Does he do it for fun? That was probably his fantasy as a queerish boy. I mean he gets paid about 1,000,000 dollars, right. So he prabably wanted to do that. He gets paid about 1 million just to butt rape people. He probably practiced on his mom, dad, sister, and brother(he probably wouldn't do that to any girls). I mean after all he always butt rapes guys. He probably fuked his brother so many times that he killed him. I can't believe gay guys. Next thing you know they'll want to vote. You want to know why Cena has had the title for so long? It's because Vince has a big rivalry planned out between him and Cena. Vince did this so he could let Cena butt rape him, but if Vince lets Cena do it to much, Vince and Cena would get herpes or maybe aids. Now TNA doesn't have any gay people. That's another reason why you should watch TNA.
- HULK RULES!!Lv 71 decade ago
You didn't miss much. It sucked. Go to wwe.com for results.Source(s): 25 year wrestling fan
- Y2JLv 51 decade ago
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED
Less than 24 hours before Extreme Rules prevail at One Night Stand, Superstars from Raw, SmackDown and ECW battled in a proverbial circus of extremes that ranged from the biggest, the smallest, the strangest and the strongest. The result: one of the wildest editions of Saturday Night’s Main Event in WWE history.
The biggest focused on none other than the 7-foot-3, 420-pound Great Khali, who seriously downsized WWE Champion John Cena in non-title competition before their Pinfalls Count Anywhere Match Sunday night. Despite besting the behemoth at Judgment Day by making him tap out to the STFU, The Champ has been measurably manhandled since (many say “foolishly”) challenging Khali to a rematch at One Night Stand. Saturday Night’s Main Event proved no different. Cena’s attempts to mount an offense — highlighted by two failed efforts to heave the mammoth up in the FU — only produced colossal elbows and size 18EEEE boots to his face, a giant chop across his skull and a monstrous chokeslam that laid him out. Khali’s insultingly nonchalant pinfall victory over The Champ left our shocked fans asking the biggest question of all: If Cena can’t hit the FU, how can he possibly pin Khali anywhere at One Night Stand?
SNME’s smallest altercation was anything but belittling for Hornswoggle and Little Boogeyman, whose tiny tete-a-tete on SmackDown Friday night once again drew Finlay and Boogeyman into their growing (?) rivalry. Early in the tag contest, the worm-eating wildmen from the Bottomless Pit threatened to walk tall, but Hornswoggle’s stunted shenanigans would eventually exploit the twin freaks’ short attention spans. Boogeyman would chase the spooked leprechaun up the entrance ramp, allowing Finlay to connect with a big boot to Little Boogey’s face and pick up the three-count. The pitter-patter of panicked little feet rampaged around the arena hallway soon afterward, as an angry Little Boogeyman chased Hornswoggle back out to the ring and effectively cut short Extreme Expose’s performance to Timbaland’s “Throw it on Me.” The leprechaun and mini-maniac earned huge cheers from the crowd when they next hoisted Brooke and Layla on their respective shoulders, prompting the bewildered beauties to playfully engage in a catfight (or in the case of these tiny terrors, a “kitty-diddy”).
Amazingly, SNME’s strangest encounter of the evening was an eclectic Six-Man Tag Match that seemed torn from the pages of Ripley’s Believe it or Not, in which Umaga, Viscera & Kevin Thorn battled Kane, a superhero outfit-clad Eugene and the returning Doink the Clown. Despite early in-ring antics from Raw’s wrestling savant and WWE’s classic horn-honking jokester, freakish fortune seemed to favor the Samoan Bulldozer, the World’s Largest Love Machine and ECW’s bloodsucking Superstar…until SmackDown’s Big Red Monster tagged in. Unleashing pure hell against the adversarial trio, Kane’s bone-jarring chokelsam on the 500-pound Viscera powered his team to victory, and undoubtedly sent a chilling message to Mark Henry, his opponent at One Night Stand. The 380-pound strongman may have the mass going into their Lumberjack Match Sunday night, but the Big Red Monster is more than ready to deliver the mayhem.
Of course, Henry may not have received Kane’s message, since he was helping ECW World Champion Mr. McMahon deliver one to Bobby Lashley. Moments before the “strongest” portion of Saturday Night’s Main Event — an Arm-Wrestling Contest — took place, the self-professed “Doctor of Hardcore” suddenly bowed out. Rationalizing that he’d get to “embarrass” Lashley at One Night Stand, Mr. McMahon decided to name Henry as his arm-wrestling replacement. Needless to say, it was all just a ploy for the World’s Strongest Man to strong-arm Lashley, and allow the “World’s Strongest McMahon” to demoralize his challenger less than 24 hours before their Street Fight for the ECW World Title. All signs point to Mr. McMahon having the last laugh Sunday night; can Lashley somehow curb the ego-centric Chairman’s enthusiasm, and reclaim the ECW World Title?
Prior to SNME’s Tag Team Match against Batista & Chris Benoit, World Heavyweight Champion Edge informed Raw Diva Maria that he wasn’t the biggest, the smallest, the strangest or the strongest. “What I am,” he claimed, “is the greatest.” If by that he meant nervously escaping up the ramp and leaving his partner — United States Champion Montel Vontavious Porter — high and dry, then no one’s better than the ultimate opportunist. Now mere hours away from meeting Batista inside a Steel Cage at One Night Stand, Edge looked more than a little shell-shocked to discover that The Animal’s heavily taped right hamstring (a well-documented injury resulting from three brutal encounters with Undertaker) no longer showed signs of hampering his awesome power. Therefore, the Rated-R Superstar decided to leave MVP to the not-so-tender mercies of Batista and the Rabid Wolverine, whose flying headbutt off the top rope secured the win. He’ll have nowhere to run at One Night Stand, however; locked in the cage with a now-healthy Animal chomping at the bit, it may, in fact, be Edge’s last stand as champion.