The Stallion Posted May 11, 2006 Share Posted May 11, 2006 [SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]WWF’s August Month In Review[/COLOR][/SIZE] [SIZE="4"][COLOR="Blue"]OK guys, just a few things to start out with. There will be some inconsistencies in my roster from here on out simply because I don’t feel like going through the entire 700 some-odd workers in the data base and trying to remember who I had and who I did not have. So from here on out I will be announcing new signings and you may notice that, hey, didn’t he have that guy before. Just ignore anything like that and act as thought I never signed that person before. Also I have nobody in development as of right now because of the same reason. So basically this is a fresh start for this diary with a back month of story. So without further ado… The past month in the World Wrestling Federation has been a big gamble for the company. New, radical storylines shook the foundation of everything we know of the WWF and they took us in new directions. Starting with the debut of Jeff Jarrett when he decided to go after the hottest superstar in the WWF, Tatanka. Their match at Summerslam was solid, but the shocker was when Jerry Lawler came down to distract the referee. This gave Jarrett the opportunity to low-blow Tatanka and then nails him with Jarrett’s guitar, which he comes to the ring with. The wrestling world was shocked when Jarrett got the 1-2-3, ending Tatanka’s winning streak. Mr. Perfect Kurt Henning was granted an opportunity at the WWF Intercontinental Champion Shawn Michaels for the belt at Summerslam. Fearing his chances against Henning, Shawn enlisted the additional aid of a former enemy Scott ‘Razor’ Hall. Together with Kevin Nash the three formed The Clique and proceeded to attack Mr. Perfect over the next few weeks, weakening for the Title match at Summerslam. Just when Michaels thought he had Henning where he wanted him, the Commissioner of the WWF, Vince McMahon announced that is anybody interfered in the IC Title match at Summerslam; they would be fired on the spot. This resulted in a classic technical bout between Perfect and Michaels that went the distance. In the end, Shawn Michaels was able to prove himself worthy of the gold by delivering a devastating Superkick to knock out Kurt Henning and get the pin, retaining his Intercontinental Title. In a big surprise that came out of nowhere, Scott Steiner turned on his partner Rick at their big Summerslam Tag Team Title match against Money Inc. In frustration, he hit Rick with a huge Clothsline that enabled Ted Dibiase to lock on the Million Dollar Dream to get the win. At that point everyone thought that Scott had joined Money Inc., but they would be wrong because Scott Steiner laid a beat down on them as well. Scott left the ring with everyone wondering what the future held for him. The evil reign of Yokozuna came to an end this month when the Immortal Hulk Hogan make his huge return to the ring and won the WWF World Heavyweight Title on an episode of Monday Night Raw. The rest of the month saw the returning Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts, Macho Man Randy Savage and Yokozuna all wanting a shot at the Title at Summerslam. The Commissioner once again stepped in and made the call to have a Fatal Four Way for the Title; with the first person getting a pinfall would be declared the World Heavyweight Champion. In dramatic fashion, Hulk Hogan put the boot to Yokozuna and dropped the Immortal Leg Drop and scored the 1-2-3. However the big drama came at the end of the match when the Champion was celebrating in the ring. The Clique ran down to the ring and beat down Hogan, with Shawn Michaels putting the finishing touches on him with a vicious Sweet Chin Music. The three men stood above Hulk Hogan and gave him what’s being called ‘The Crotch Chop’ to end the show. [/COLOR][/SIZE] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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