September 3, 2007
thanks to: wwe.com
By Greg Adkins
September 3, 2007
COLUMBUS, OHIO - Triple H showed Umaga’s bloody skull for everyone – especially Carlito – to see. In his first match on Raw this year on Monday night, The Game dispelled any doubt that he was truly back when he pulled off a feat no other Superstar had been able to accomplish. He bloodied and appeared to severely injure Umaga with his sledgehammer after the Samoan Bulldozer and Carlito attempted to brutalize him in a Handicap Match.
Triple H was originally scheduled to face Carlito in one-on-one competition after he had humiliated the Caribbean Bad Apple on Raw last week. However, a vindictive Mr. McMahon changed the bout into a Handicap Match. At first, it seemed the Samoan Bulldozer and Carlito would overwhelm the 10-time World Champion, but he evened the odds with his trusty sledgehammer. The King of Kings proved not only that he’s out for blood, but that any opponent who thinks otherwise does so at their own peril. Beware Carlito.
Umaga’s humiliation punctuated a bad night for him on Raw. Earlier, he had lost the Intercontinental Championship to Jeff Hardy.
Also on Raw:
Things ‘Looking Up’ for Chairman
Mr. Kennedy interrupted Mr. McMahon as he attempted to make amends with his family, Linda, Shane and Stephanie. Kennedy claimed to be the Chairman’s illegitimate son, but a lawyer for the mystery woman who filed a paternity suit against Mr. McMahon said DNA tests showed the loudmouthed Superstar was not the child. The identity of the bastard Superstar will be revealed next week on Raw, but the lawyer did drop a clue by saying, “Things are looking up.” Story...
The Champ’s Rage
Raw General Manager William Regal found out the hard way that Randy Orton’s despicable attack on John Cena’s father may have created a monster. After Regal arranged a title rematch between the WWE Champion and the Legend Killer at Unforgiven, an intense Cena marched into the ring and locked him in a STFU for several minutes. Story...
Glamazon Lays Down Gauntlet
Glamazon Beth Phoenix continued her Diva dominance by woman-handling Maria for a second week in a row and informing our fans that she plans to cash in her opportunity to challenge Candice Michelle for the WWE Women’s Championship at Unforgiven.
Santino Gets Spanked
Santino Marella accompanied Maria to the ring prior to her match, but insulted our fans and Sandman with his holier-than-thou attitude and obnoxious commentary. Sandman caned Santino over the head and embarrassed him in front of his “girlfriend.”
Tag Team Showdown at Unforgiven
The aerial acrobatics of Paul London & Brian Kendrick proved to be enough to defeat the Self-Proclaimed World’s Greatest Tag Team of Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin. As a result, London & Kendrick are the new No. 1 contenders to the World Tag Team Championship, and will challenge Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch at Unforgiven.
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart
In a Mixed Tag Team Match, Cody Rhodes teamed up with Mickie James to defeat the odd, singing duo of Jillian Hall & Daivari.
Jeff Hardy def. Umaga (Jeff wins Intercontinental Championship)
Beth Phoenix def. Maria
London & Kendrick def. Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas
Cody Rhodes & Mickie James def. Daivari & Jillian Hall
Triple H def. Carlito & Umaga (Handicap Match)