Baltimore Arena / 1st Mariner Arena – 2000-2009 Results


WWF @ Baltimore, MD – Arena – January 25, 2000 (11,113; sell out)
Sunday Night Heat – featured a week in review music video to the tune of Powerman 5000’s “Nobody’s Real”; included a video package on Kurt Angle’s undefeated streak, the loss to Tazz at the Royal Rumble, and the altercations between Angle and Tazz during the past week; featured the Rock / Rikishi match from Smackdown!, shown in full to kill time before Halftime Heat; Halftime Heat featured a video montage from the Hardyz / Dudleyz tables match and the bikini contest from the Royal Rumble as well as Jim Ross conducting a live interview with Steve Austin at his home in Texas in which he discussed his injury, his return, and his engagement to Debra; Austin ballparked his return as being in 3-4 months:
The Big Bossman defeated Albert via disqualification at 4:35 when, after Bossman became tied in the ring ropes, Albert grabbed the nightstick, flung the referee across the ring, and used the weapon on his opponent; after the bout, Bossman grabbed the mic and said Albert was making him proud
The Acolytes defeated the Headbangers when Farooq pinned Mosh with a spinebuster at 2:59
Kurt Angle pinned Mideon with the Olympic Slam at 2:16
Al Snow defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn via disqualification after Gunn hit Snow with Steve Blackman’s kendo stick; due to prematch stipulations, Snow and Blackman earned a tag team title shot against the New Age Outlaws
Edge & Christian defeated the Dudley Boyz when Edge pinned D-Von with the spear; after the bout, the Dudleyz put both of their opponents through tables, leaving Edge bleeding from the mouth
Viscera pinned Hardcore Holly with a Samoan Drop; after the bout, Crash and Hardcore attacked Viscera
Kane (w/ Tori) fought the Big Show to a no contest when DX interfered; after the bout, Kane was tied in the ringropes and witnessed Tori revealing that she was now with X-Pac
Too Cool fought the Godfather & D-Lo Brown to a no contest at around the 3-minute mark when the Godfather took the mic and said, if Too Cool wanted to party, they could party; the two teams then danced with Godfather’s hos until Mark Henry and Mae Young appeaerd at the entrance stage, with Young announcing she was pregnant (The Atittude Era)
WWF Hardcore Champion Test pinned Gangrel (w/ Luna) with the flying elbowdrop backstage
Tazz defeated Rodney & Pete Gas in a handicap match after applying the Tazzmission on Pete Gas; after the bout, Kurt Angle attacked Tazz and locked him in a chokehold
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho (w/ Chyna) defeated Crash Holly (w/ Hardcore Holly) via submission with the Walls of Jericho
The Rock fought Rikishi to a no contest when the referee was knocked out and the Big Show and Triple H attacked both men; after the bout, Too Cool attempted to make the save but were beaten down as well

WCW @ Baltimore, MD – Arena – March 30, 2000 (1,733)
Jim Duggan defeated Fit Finlay
Yang & Kaz Hayashi defeated Shannon Moore & Shane Helms
The Maestro defeated Mike Jones
Ernest Miller defeated the Maestro
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Mike Rotunda & Rick Steiner
WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs defeated the Demon in a hardcore match
The Wall defeated David Flair
Billy Kidman defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion the Artist to win the title
Sting & Vampiro defeated Ric Flair & Lex Luger

WWF @ Baltimore, MD – Arena – May 1, 2000 (sell out)
Scott Vick pinned JR Ryder at 7:21 with the Kryptonie Krunch
The Dupps defeated Joey Matthews & Christian York at 7:12 when Bo pinned York following a double flapjack
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko defeated Stevie Richards via submission with the Texas Cloverleaf at 3:48
Val Venis pinned Julio Fantastico with the Money Shot at 4:48
Perry Saturn pinned Joey Abs (w/ the Mean Street Posse) at 4:03 with a brainbuster suplex
Bull Buchanon pinned Headbanger Mosh at 3:05 with a legdrop off the top
Raw is War:
Test & Albert defeated the Dudley Boyz at 4:49 when Test pinned D-Von after Edge & Christian interfered
WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly fought a parking attendant to a no contest when the champion ran away
Too Cool defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy at 4:50 when Grandmaster Sexay pinned Matt with the superkick
The Kat & Jackie defeated Terri Runnels & Ivory at 4:04 when Kat pinned Terri after Jackie interfered behind the referee’s back
Chris Jericho defeated X-Pac (w/ Tori) via disqualification at 3:44 when X-Pac shoved the referee; Jericho fended off the Road Dogg after the match while referee Earl Hebner had to be restrained by other officials
Rikishi & the Big Show defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian via disqualification at 1:46 when Edge hit Show with the ring bell as Christian was set up for the chokeslam
WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) pinned Essa Rios (w/ Lita) at 2:04 with an airplane spin backbreaker
WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit pinned Tazz at 1:22 with a fisherman’s suplex after Perry Saturn distracted the challenger; Hardcore Holly took out all three men after the match
WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly fought Steve Blackman to a no contest at 2:50 when the champion ran away
WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Shane McMahon in a steel cage match at 9:14 by escaping over the top after Earl Hebner interfered on behalf of the champion following interference from Triple H, Gerald Brisco, Pat Patterson, and Vince McMahon (The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment)

Great American Bash 00 – Baltimore, MD – Arena – June 11, 2000 (7,031)
Pay-per-view bouts – featured an opening video package recaping the return of Bill Goldberg, Eric Bischoff having him arrested on Thunder, and posed the question as to whether Goldberg would appear at the Bash; included a shot outside the arena showing several police officers, beside their patrol cars; featured Tony Schiavone, Scott Hudson, & Mark Madden on commentary; included a backstage segment in which police officers assured Bischoff and Ernest Miller that no one was getting in the building without their permission; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito & Johnny the Bull about their upcoming match against Kronik for the #1 contendership for the WCW Tag Team Titles; included Pamela Paulshock conducting a backstage interview with Diamond Dallas Page regarding his upcoming ambulance match against Mike Awesome; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Kanyon about his attack on DDP earlier in the show, with Kanyon saying Eric Bischoff visited him in the hospital and said he would make him a star if he would take DDP out; Okerlund then showed footage of DDP escaping the ambulance earlier in the night, with Bill Goldberg’s monster truck shown arriving to the arena; Kanyon then referred to himself as “Positively Kanyon;” included footage of Hulk Hogan driving into the arena parking lot; featured footage of a limo arriving to the arena, with Ric Flair and his family getting out; moments later, Goldberg’s monster truck was shown in the distance; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Hogan regarding his upcoming match with Billy Kidman, with Hogan’s career on the line; included a backstage segment in which Bischoff complained about Hogan winning, with a police officer telling him no one has seen Goldberg yet; featured an ad promoting Bash at the Beach:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Major Gunns, Lash LeRoux, Gen. Rection, & Van Hammer) pinned Disco Inferno (w/ Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., Juventud Guerrero, & Tygress) at 4:59 after LeRoux interfered, attacking Disco behind the referee’s back moments after Guerrera did the same moments earlier to Guerrero; following the entrance of the MIA, Rection addressed his team with Guerrero then pulling out a fake hand grenade that he said he would use on Disco; he then threatened Inferno’s group that he would kill them if they interfered; late in the match, Juventud attempted the People’s Elbow on Guerrero behind the referee’s back but failed; LeRoux blatantly pulled Guerrero onto Disco for the pinfall in view of the referee; Pops appeared ringside late in the match and was knocked out after being confronted by Konnan; after the contest, the Filthy Animals attacked MIA in the ring; after the Animals left ringside, Major Gunns stood over Pops, tore her shirt off, and gave him mouth-to-mouth until he came to; Pops then saw Major Gunns and passed out again, then came to and rolled on top of her until he was pulled away by the other members of MIA
Kronik defeated WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito & Johnny the Bull at 9:21 when Brian Clarke pinned Johnny following the double chokeslam, as Vito was busy polishing his title belt on the floor; stipulations stated the winners would be the #1 contenders for the WCW Tag Team Titles; Vito wore his title belt for much of the match until Kronik took it off him
Mike Awesome defeated Diamond Dallas Page in an ambulance match at 9:36 when Kanyon, who was positioned in a wheelchair at the entrance stage and wore a halo brace, droppage Page with a Diamond Cutter off the stage, then put him on the stretcher to allow Awesome to win during his entrance, DDP wheeled Kanyon out to the entrance stage; at the 7-minute mark, Kimberly interfered, hitting DDP with a lead pipe until Ms. Hancock ran out and dragged Kimberly backstage; during the final moments of the match, Eric Bischoff came out, as Awesome was on the stretcher, and acted as though he was going to attack the helpless Kanyon, with Page then coming to Kanyon’s aid; Kanyon then attacked Page and revealed the “New Blood” shirt he was wearing underneath
Booker T pinned WCW Tag Team Champion Sean Stasiak at 13:57 in a bootcamp match when Stasiak failed to meet referee Mickey Jay’s standing 10-count after Booker hit Stasiak with the Lex Flexor; during his entrance, Booker rode a zipline to the ring; during his entrance, Stasiak cut a promo on GI Bro before their fight began in the aisle; Stasiak’s face was painted camouflage for the match; late in the contest, WCW Tag Team Champion Chuck Palumbo ran out with the Lex Flexor and double teamed Booker until Booker fought him off and cleared him from the ring
Shane Douglas defeated the Wall in a tables match at 8:12 after using a foreign object to punch the Wall off the top of a ladder, with Wall then falling through three tables set up below; during his pre-match in-ring promo, Douglas referred to the crowd as “Baltimore pieces of shit” and then bragged that Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan would be forced to retire later in the show; Douglas then said he would challenge the Wall to a tables match in which the winner would have to put the loser through the best of five tables instead of one; Wall put Douglas through a table positioned ringside at the 4-minute mark with a chokeslam; Wall put Douglas through a second table at the 5-minute mark with a side suplex through a table positioned ringside; after the match, the Wall pulled himself to his feet and dropped referee Mark Johnson with a chokeslam through a table
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah & Shakira) defeated Rick Steiner & Tank Abott in a handicap Asylum match at 3:47 by forcing Abott to submit to the Steiner Recliner, moments after Abott struck Rick with a chain; the match was scheduled as Abott vs. Scott Steiner, with Rick added early in the match following an order from Eric Bischoff & Vince Russo
Hulk Hogan pinned Billy Kidman at 11:40 after hitting Kidman with brass knux, brought ringside for Hogan late in the match by Torrie Wilson; Hogan used nWo music for the bout but not “Voodoo Child;” stipulations stated Hogan would have to retire if he lost; Torrie came ringside at the 10-minute mark; during the final moments of the bout, Kidman hit guest referee Horace Hogan with the knux before Torrie climbed in the ring and hit a low blow on Kidman; after the match, Hulk and Horace celebrated in the ring
Ric Flair defeated David Flair via submission with the figure-4 at 10:16; pre-match stipulations stated Flair would have to retire if he lost
Vampiro defeated Sting in an Inferno Match at 7:23
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned Kevin Nash at 17:22 after Bill Goldberg interfered

WWF @ Baltimore, MD – Arena – October 3, 2000
The Dupps defeated Charlie & Russ Haas
K-Krush pinned Just Joe
Joey Abs pinned Jason Goodknight
Sunday Night Heat:
X-Pac defeated Test (w/ Trish Stratus) via disqualification after Billy Gunn interfered and hit the Fameasser on X-Pac
WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ WWF Women’s Champion Lita) defeated Rodney & Pete Gas (w/ Edge & Christian) when Matt pinned Rodney
Triple H pinned Perry Saturn with the Pedigree
WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Val Venis (only shown on the international version)
D-Lo Brown, Chaz, & Jackie defeated WWF Women’s Champion Lita, WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy when Jackie pinned Lita after D-Lo interfered and hit the Sky High; after the bout, D-Lo & Chaz further attacked the tag team champions
WWF European Champion Al Snow pinned X-Pac after Billy Gunn interfered and hit the Fameasser on the challenger
The Goodfather, Bull Buchanon, & Val Venis (w/ Steven Richards) defeated WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) & the Acolytes when the Goodfather pinned Guerrero after catching him in a crossbody; after the bout, the Acolytes made the save for Chyna against the RTC
Tazz & Raven defeated the Dudley Boyz via disqualification when Bubba Ray hit his opponents with the timekeeper’s bell; after the bout, Bubba Ray hit a powerbomb on Raven through a table
Kurt Angle, Edge, & Christian defeated Rikishi & Too Cool (w/ Mandy & Victoria) when Angle pinned Sexay with the Angle Slam after Stephanie McMahon pushed him off the top
WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman pinned Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) after hitting him with a kendo stick as the champion lept off the top rope
Chris Benoit defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification when Triple H interfered and had a lengthy brawl with Benoit
Kane defeated WWF World Champion the Rock via disqualification after Rikishi interfered and attacked the challenger


WCW @ Baltimore, MD – Arena – January 29, 2001
Monday Nitro:
Shannon Moore defeated Elix Skipper, Yang, and Jamie Knoble by pinning Knoble with a Rocker Dropper off the top
Ernest Miller defeated Shawn Stasiak
Road Warrior Animal & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman
Lance Storm defeated Crowbar
Jeff Jarrett defeated Diamond Dallas Page via count-out
Rick Steiner pinned WCW US Champion Shane Douglas in a non-title match with the Steiner Driver
Kevin Nash defeated Buff Bagwell & Lex Luger in a handicap match
Thunder – 1/31/01:
Shane Helms pinned Billy Kidman
Big Ron pinned Lash LeRoux
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Norman Smiley
Rick Steiner pinned Jeff Jarrett
Kwee Wee defeated Scotty O
WCW Tag Team Champions Chuck Palumbo & Sean O?Haire defeated Big Vito & Johnny the Bull
Konnan (w/ Tygress) defeated Reno (sub. for Mike Sanders) via submission with the Tequilla Sunrise at 2:15; after the bout, Sanders appeared at the entranceway and said things aren’t always what they appear to be, with Reno then springing to his feet – showing his injury to be fake – and dropping Konnan with the Roll of the Dice
Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell defeated Kronik

WWF @ Baltimore, MD – Arena – March 25, 2001 (11,013)
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Crash Holly pinned Dean Malenko at 7:37 with a modified la magistral cradle
Jerry Lynn pinned Essa Rios at 7:36 with a modified corksrew DDT from the top
WWF Women’s Champion Ivory pinned Molly Holly at 4:34 thanks to leverage from Steven Richards
Billy Gunn pinned Val Venis after Val collided with Steven Richards on the apron
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated the Goodfather & Bull Buchanon at 7:36 after Spike Dudley came ringside
Grandmaster Sexay & Steve Blackman defeated Taka Michinoku & Sho Funaki at 5:07 after Grandmaster Sexay hit Funaki with a face buster
WWF European Champion Test pinned Eddie Guerrero at 11:04 following a boot to the face
The Undertaker & Kane defeated Kurt Angle & the Big Show at 22:23 when the Undertaker pinned Angle with the chokeslam

WWF @ Baltimore, MD – Arena – June 12, 2001
Charlie & Russ Haas defeated the Inferno Kid & an unknown
Chilly Willy defeated JR Ryder
Jackie pinned Ivory with a tornado DDT
Sunday Night Heat:
X-Pac & Justin Credible (w/ Albert) defeated the Acolytes at 5:03 when X-Pac pinned Bradshaw after Albert interfered and hit the Baldo Bomb
The Dudley Boyz defeated Bull Buchanon & the Goodfather at 6:09 when D-Von pinned the Goodfather following the 3D after the Goodfather failed an attempt at the Ho Train
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy pinned Taka Michinoku (w/ Sho Funaki) at 3:32 with the Swanton after sending the challenger head-first into Funaki, who was on the ring apron
Smackdown! – 6/14/01 – included Perry Saturn, Terri, and Dean Malenko taking the night off and going on a double date at a local restaurant; after Malenko’s date Sherri and Saturn began hitting it off, Terri snuck up behind Sherri, in an attempt to hit her with a metal plate, but instead hit Saturn in the head with it; featured WWF World Champion Steve Austin obtaining signatures from wrestlers and employees backstage in hopes it would convince Linda McMahon to not make him defend the title against two men at King of the Ring; when he asked Spike Dudley and his “little bimbo” to sign, Spike tore up the petition which led to a match later in the night:
WWF Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho defeated Edge & Christian at 10:40 when Jericho pinned Edge after Christian accidentally hit the spear on his partner
KOTR Qualifying Match: The Big Show pinned Raven at 1:36 with the chokeslam
WWF European Champion Matt Hardy pinned K-Kwick at 4:17 with the Twist of Fate
Kurt Angle defeated the Undertaker via disqualification at 2:33 when Taker hit his opponent with the steel ringsteps; after the contest, X-Pac and Justin Credible interfered but were met with chokeslams and powerbombs
Test pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Rhyno to win the title at 6:33 by kicking a trash can into the champion’s face after Shane McMahon and Stacy Keibler came ringside and Stacy distracted Rhyno on the ring apron
KOTR Qualifying Match: Tajiri (w/ William Regal) pinned Crash Holly at 3:08 with the kick to the head
WWF IC Champion Kane pinned Albert with the chokeslam at 5:23 after avoiding the Baldo Bomb
WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned Spike Dudley (w/ Molly Holly) with the Stunner at 4:30; after the match, WWF Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Chris Benoit made the save with chairs


WWF (Smackdown!) @ Baltimore, MD – Arena – April 27, 2002 (9,500)
WWE Cruiserweight Champion Tajiri pinned Billy Kidman with a German suplex into a roll over and holding onto the ropes for leverage
Hardcore Holly pinned Randy Orton with the Alabama Slam
Mark Henry, the Hurricane, & Val Venis defeated Christian, Lance Storm, & Albert when Henry pinned Storm by catching him coming off the top and hitting a running powerslam
Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Sho Funaki with the brainbuster
Rikishi pinned D-Von Dudley with the Bonzai Drop
Farooq pinned Test by avoiding the boot to the face and hitting the spinebuster
Torrie Wilson defeated Ivory and Stacy Keibler in a swimsuit contest
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated Al Snow & Maven (w/ Big from Tough Enough) after Rico interfered and hit a spin kick on Maven
Kurt Angle pinned Edge in a No DQ match with a low blow and the Olympic Slam
Triple H pinned Chris Jericho with the Pedigree

WWE @ Baltimore, MD – Arena – August 5, 2002
Sunday Night Heat:
Shelton Benjamin pinned Shawn Stasiak with a reverse spin kick after Stasiak blocked a kick and grabbed Benjamin’s leg
Spike Dudley defeated Steven Richards via disqualification after a chair shot
Johnny Stamboli (sub. for Raven) (w/ Raven) pinned D-Lo Brown with the modified Rock Bottom after Raven used one of his crutches as a weapon
Sean O’Haire pinned Justin Credible with a modified Samoan Drop
Bubba Ray Dudley defeated the Big Show in a tables match after Trish Stratus distracted Show, Spike Dudley hit a spear wearing a football helmet, and Bubba finished it off with a flapjack through the table
WWE Hardcore Champion Tommy Dreamer pinned Bradshaw following the DDT onto the steel ring steps
Test fought Sgt. Slaughter to a no contest after knocking Slaughter off the ring apron before the bell with the boot to the face
Booker T & Goldust defeated William Regal & Christopher Nowinski when Booker pinned Regal with the scissors kick after an atomic drop from Goldust
Victoria pinned Trish Stratus by reversing a sunset flip and holding onto the ropes for leverage at 4:24; early in the match, Victoria appeared to injure her knee, with officials then coming out to help her backstage; moments later, Victoria knocked Trish to the floor, revealing the injury as a fake; after the match, Trish was double teamed by Victoria and WWE Women’s Champion Molly Holly, who provided guest commentary for the bout; moments later, Trish cleared both women from the ring (Victoria’s TV in-ring debut)
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & Christian via disqualification when Christian used one of the tag belts as a weapon and Test interfered; after the match, the Undertaker ran the Un-Americans out of the arena – chasing after them on a police motorcycle
Rob Van Dam pinned Chris Jericho with the Five Star Frog Splash after Ric Flair interfered and hit Jericho with a chair

WWE (Smackdown!) @ Baltimore, MD – Arena – November 16, 2002
WWE Cruiserweight Champion Jamie Noble pinned Billy Kidman after Nidia interfered
Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas defeated Redd Dogg & Doug Basham when Haas forced a submission
Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Sho Funaki
Shannon Moore, Crash Holly, & Chuck Palumbo defeated D-Von Dudley, Bull Buchanon, & Sean O?Haire when Palumbo pinned Buchanon
Albert fought Val Venis to a no contest when the Big Show interfered; after the match, Show challenged Brock Lesnar
WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar fought the Big Show to a no contest when the rest of the roster interfered
Rikishi defeated Matt Hardy in a Kiss My Ass match
Tajiri & Torrie Wilson defeated John Cena & Dawn Marie when Torrie pinned Dawn
WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Edge & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Chris Benoit & Kurt Angle when Edge pinned Angle with the spear after Angle suffered the 619 from Mysterio


WWE @ Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – May 13, 2003
Joey Matthews pinned Crowbar (w/ Daffney) at 5:13
The Legion of Doom defeated CM Punk & Doug Delicious at 4:14
Brian Kendrick pinned Crash Holly at 4:56
Rhyno pinned Bill DeMott at 4:46
Albert pinned Kanyon at 5:11
Chavo Guerrero Jr. fought JR Ryder to a no contest at 1:14 when the match was stopped following Chavo legitly tearing his bicep; the bout was not televised
Chuck Palumbo (w/ Johnny Stamboli) pinned Rikishi with the superkick after Rikishi kicked Stamboli out of the ring; after the bout, Brock Lesnar made the save and hit the F5 on Palumbo for the FBI’s actions the previous week
WWE Cruiserweight Champion Matt Hardy (w/ Shannon Moore & Crash Holly) pinned Tajiri with the Twist of Fate after the challenger kicked Crash off the ring apron; after the bout, Matt accepted Vince McMahon’s open challenge for Mr. America’s opponent at Judgment Day and, moments later, he and Moore were taken out by a Tajiri leap off the top rope to the floor
Chris Benoit defeated John Cena via disqualification at 10:33 when the FBI interfered as Benoit had the Crippler Crossface applied; after the bout, a brawl ensued between the FBI and Cena against Benoit, Rhyno, and Brian Kendrick
WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Eddie Guerrero with a kick after Charlie Haas distracted Guerrero from ringside; after the bout, Guerrero fought off the tag team champions by dropkicking a ladder in their face

No Mercy 03 (Smackdown!) – Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – October 19, 2003
Sunday Night Heat – featured Tazz interviewing Doug & Danny Basham, in which they issued a challenge to the Acolytes to face them later in the night, which was accepted; included footage of John Cena arriving to the arena and getting heckled by a fan who did a freestyle rap on him, saying Kurt Angle would make him tap; moments later, Cena responded with a freestyle of his own, which responded with a chant of “Cena” from the fans:
Billy Kidman pinned Shannon Moore with a powerbomb off the middle turnbuckle
Pay-per-view bouts – featured Michael Cole & Tazz on commentary; included Josh Matthews interviewing Vince McMahon backstage about his match later in the night against his daughter Stephanie, in which he said if any wrestlers interfered on Stephanie’s behalf they would be fired and never allowed back; featured a backstage segment in which John Heidenreich attempted to rough up Shannon Moore backstage after “Little Johnny” told him Matt Hardy and Moore threw away his try-out tape he was trying to get to Stephanie, with Hardy then telling him they threw away a tape of Moore’s greatest matches instead; included Tony Chimel recognizing the US soldiers in attendance who would be returning to the Middle East the following day; featured a backstage segment in which Linda McMahon confronted Vince in his dressing room and asked him not to go through with the match, with Vince compromising that Stephanie could win via pinfall or submission while Vince could only win via submission and then added a no holds barred stipulation; several members of the Baltimore Ravens were in attendance:
WWE Cruiserweight Champion Tajiri pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 11:40 with the kick to the head after the referee and challenger were distracted by two “fans” that jumped the barricade and attempted to get into the ring but were held back by security; Mysterio had the champion down in the 619 just prior to the finish
Chris Benoit defeated Albert via submission with the Sharpshooter at 12:19 after Albert accidentally kicked a steel chair placed in the corner and was taken down with a dragon screw leg whip
Zach Gowen pinned Matt Hardy (w/ Shannon Moore) with a moonsault at 5:32 after knocking Hardy off the top
Doug & Danny Basham defeated the Acolytes at 8:54 when Danny pinned Bradshaw with a modified Fameouser after Shaniqua ran out and hit Bradshaw in the back with a baton immediately after Bradshaw dropped Doug with the Clothesline from Hell; moments later, Josh Matthews interviewed Shaniqua & the Bashams backstage in which she talked about the recent Clothesline from Hell Bradshaw gave her, then pointed to her chest to show the swelling it caused (she was returning from breast enlargment surgery) and said the effects could be permanent
Vince McMahon (w/ Sable) defeated Stephanie McMahon (w/ Linda McMahon) in an I Quit match at 9:24 when Linda threw in the towel as Vince was choking Stephanie with a pipe; due to pre-match stipulations, Stephanie lost her GM role on Smackdown!; had Vince lost, he would have lost his CEO position in the WWE; stipulations of the bout stated Stephanie could also win via pinfall; after the match, Vince grabbed Linda by her face and shoved her to the mat (Mr. McMahon)
Kurt Angle defeated John Cena with a victory roll into the ankle lock and then applying the heel hook for the submission at 18:28 (John Cena: Word Life)
The Big Show pinned WWE US Champion & WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Eddie Guerrero to win the title with the chokeslam at 11:26; Guerrero wrestled the bout with his back heavily taped up after Show hit a chokeslam on him onto his own low rider days before; after the bout, Chavo Guerrero Jr. came out to console Eddie on the loss; moments later, Josh Matthews interviewed Show backstage on his victory (The Big Show: A Giant’s World)
WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar pinned the Undertaker in a Biker Chain Match at 24:16 by hitting the challenger with the chain after Vince McMahon came out from under the ring and crotched Taker on the top rope immediately after Taker took possession of the chain; Nunzio, Johnny Stamboli, and Chuck Palumbo interfered at the 21-minute mark but were quickly thrown out of the ring by Taker


WWE (Raw) @ Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – March 7, 2004 (matinee) (5,300)
Included an in-ring interview with Stacy Keibler which led to a brawl between Mick Foley and Ric Flair, with Flair eventually sustaining the Mr. Socko Mandible Claw
Rico defeated Horshu
WWE Women’s Champion Victoria pinned Molly Holly at around the 2 minute mark with the Widow’s Peak
Matt Hardy pinned Nick Dinsmore with the Twist of Fate
Batista pinned the Hurricane with the sit-down powerbomb
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Booker T defeated Rene Dupree & Rob Conway and Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade in an elimination match; Cade pinned Conway; Booker pinned Cade after the scissors kick / Five Star Frog Splash combo
Chris Jericho defeated Christian via submission with the Walls of Jericho
Steven Richards pinned Test with a roll up after Test missed the boot to the face, crotching himself on the top rope in the process
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H defeated Shawn Michaels and Chris Benoit by pinning Michaels with the Pedigree after Michaels hit the superkick on Benoit as the champion was caught in the Sharpshooter

WWE (Smackdown!) @ Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – August 7, 2004
WWE Cruiserweight Champion Spike Dudley defeated Jamie Noble and Rey Mysterio Jr. by pinning Noble with the Dudley Dog
Johnny Stamboli defeated Rene Dupree via count-out when Dupree walked out of the match
WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Paul London & Billy Kidman defeated the Dudley Boyz when London pinned D-Von with the 450 splash
Charlie haas defeated Luther Reigns
The Undertaker defeated WWE World Champion John Bradshaw Layfield via disqualification when Orlando Jordan and the Dudley Boyz interfered; after the bout, Taker fought them all off
Rob Van Dam pinned WWE US Champion Booker T in a non-title match with the Five Star Frog Splash
John Heidenreich pinned Billy Gunn after using the ropes for leverage
Kenzo Suzuki defeated Nunzio
John Cena pinned Kurt Angle (w/ Luther Reigns) with a cradle; Angle originally won the match via pinfall after Reigns’ interference but Smackdown! GM Teddy Long had the match restarted

WWE @ Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – November 29, 2004 (5,300)
Chris Masters defeated Julio Dinero
Sunday Night Heat:
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Steven Richards at 6:42 with the Exploder suplex
Val Venis pinned Viscera with a roll up at 4:09 after Viscera missed a splash in the corner
Gene Snitsky pinned Danny Morrison with the pumphandle slam at 3:44
Christian & Tyson Tomko defeated Rhyno & Tajiri at 6:50 when Christian pinned Tajiri with the Unprettier after avoiding a kick
Raw – included Randy Orton as GM for the night; featured Orton hosting a lingerie fashion show featuring Melina, Candice Michelle, Maria, Christy Hemme, and Stacy Keibler:
Chris Benoit and Edge co-won a 21-man battle royal at 18:46 when both men fell off the apron and hit the floor at the same time; other participants included: Batista, Chris Jericho, Ric Flair, Maven, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Eugene & William Regal, Gene Snitsky, Rhyno, Tajiri, Steven Richards, Val Venis, Tyson Tomko, the Hurricane, Rosey, Rob Conway, Sylvian Grenier, WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin, Viscera, and Christian; due to pre-match stipulations, both earned a world title match later in the broadcast; the original stipulation for the battle royal stated that the winner would win the world title, with Triple H also being a participant in the match, but Vince McMahon revoked that stipulation
Lita & Victoria defeated WWE Women’s Champion Trish Stratus & Molly Holly at 6:50 when Lita pinned Trish
Ric Flair defeated Jerry Lawler via submission with the figure-4 at 6:18
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Eugene & William Regal defeated Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier at 3:45 when Eugene pinned Conway
Chris Benoit, Edge, and World Heavyweight Champion Triple H fought to a no contest at 14:27 when Edge submitted to the Crippler Crossface at the same time Benoit, with Edge on top of him, was pinned; the show went off the air with a referee declaring Edge the winner and another referee delcaring Benoit the winner


WWE (Smackdown!) @ Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – February 21, 2005 (4,000)
Torrie Wilson won a best body contest over Jackie Gayda, Dawn Marie, Lauren, Michelle McCool, and Rochelle
WWE Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Sho Funaki, Spike Dudley, Shannon Moore, and Scotty 2 Hotty in an elimination match; Spike pinned Moore; Spike pinned Scotty; Chavo pinned Spike; Chavo pinned Funaki
WWE US Champion John Cena pinned Rene Dupree with the FU
Orlando Jordan pinned Charlie Haas with a reverse roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage
The Undertaker & Booker T defeated Kurt Angle & Luther Reigns
WWE World Champion John Bradshaw Layfield pinned the Big Show with the Clothesline from Hell after Orlando Jordan pulled the referee out of the ring following the challenger’s chokeslam
Hardcore Holly pinned Mark Jindrak with the Alabama Slam
WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Eddie Guerrero & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Doug & Danny Basham when Guerrero scored the pin with the Frog Splash

WWE @ Baltimore, MD – First Mariner Arena – July 19, 2005 (5,500; heavily papered)
Nunzio & Big Vito defeated Trevor Rhodes & Garrison Cade when Vito pinned Rhodes with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage
Velocity – 7/23/05:
Christian pinned Sho Funaki with the Unprettier
Stevie Richards, the Blue Meanie, & Nova defeated Nick Berk, Jason Static, & Scott Fowler when Meanie pinned Berk with the moonsault
Frankie Kazarian pinned Scotty 2 Hotty with the Wave of the Future
WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Joey Mercury & Johnny Nitro (w/ Melina) defeated Danny Doring & Roadkill when Doring was pinned after sustaining the Snapshot; MNM’s original opponents were scheduled to be Axl Rotten & Balls Mahoney but the Maryland State Athletic Commission would not allow Rotten to compete and WWE agreed with the decision
Smackdown! – 7/21/05 – featured vignettes before and after most of the commercial breaks in which JBL was portrayed as an American icon; included an in-ring segment in which Melina interrupted Candice Michelle and, after mentioning that Michelle would be the guest referee for her match with Torrie Wilson at the Great American Bash, attacked Candice and stripped her down to her bra and panties until Torrie made the save; featured footage from the Great American Bash press conference in Buffalo, NY; featured a vignette promoting the debut of the Boogeyman; included the announcement that the bWo would face the Mexicools at the Great American Bash; included a Great American Bash victory speech from JBL, dressed as Uncle Sam, in which he unveiled a mock Smackdown! magazine cover with him standing over Batista holding the World Heavyweight Title; moments later, Batista came out to counter JBL’s prediction of victory; the incident led to Batista fighting off both JBL and Orlando Jordan, hitting the spinebuster on Jordan, scaring JBL out of the ring, and then putting on his Uncle Sam garb as the show came to a close:
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Super Crazy (w/ Juventud Guerrera & Psychosis) via disqualification at 16:59 when Eddie Guerrero, who came out early in the match to do guest commentary, stole away Psychosis’ lawn rake and broke it over Mysterio’s back
John Heidenreich & Road Warrior Animal defeated Julio Dinero & Nick Berk at the 31-second mark when Animal scored the pin following the Doomsday Device
Chris Benoit (mystery opponent chosen by Teddy Long) defeated Eddie Guerrero via count-out at 17:33 when Guerrero walked out of the match after being briefly locked in the Crippler Crossface; after the bout, Rey Mysterio jumped Guerrero from behind in the aisle and assaulted him until officials and referees pulled him away
Booker T (w/ Sharmell) pinned Simon Dean with the scissors kick at 1:41; after the bout, Booker threw Dean out of the ring, grabbed a mic, and cut a promo on facing Christian at the Great American Bash
Dark match after the show: World Heavyweight Champion Batista, the Undertaker, & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Triple H, Eddie Guerrero, & John Bradshaw Layfield when Taker pinned Triple H with the tombstone


No Way Out 06 (Smackdown!) – Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – February 19, 2006 (11,000; sell out)
Heat: The Boogeyman pinned Simon Dean at 1:55 with the pumphandle slam
Pay-per-view bouts – featured Michael Cole & Tazz on commentary; included a backstage segment in which WWE US Champion Booker T & Sharmell tried to convince Teddy Long Booker was too injured to defend his title later in the show, with Long telling Booker he had to either defend the title or forfeit it; featured a surprise in-ring promo by Batista in which he said his torn triceps weren’t torn anymore and he was working hard in rehab so he could return to the ring and take back the World Heavyweight Title; included a backstage confrontation between Randy Orton and World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle:
WWE Cruiserweight Champion Gregory Helms defeated Scotty 2 Hotty, Psychosis, Nunzio, Super Crazy, Brian Kendrick, Paul London, and Kid Kash by pinning Psychosis at 9:42 after Psychosis sustained the brainbuster from Kash and a moonsault from Crazy, as Kash covered Psychosis
John Bradshaw Layfield (w/ Jillian Hall) pinned Bobby Lashley at 10:58 with the Clothesline from Hell after Finlay came ringside, threw ring announcer Tony Chimel in the ring, and hit Lashley in the head with his shilleleigh; prior to the bout, Kristal attempted to interview Finlay backstage until he stole the mic away and said since he didn’t have a fight scheduled he would pick one; Finlay then threw Kristal over his shoulder and carried her to the ring until Lashley came to make the save, with the two brawling for several moments until JBL made his entrance (the end of Lashley’s undefeated streak)
Matt Hardy & Tatanka (mystery partner) defeated WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Johnny Nitro & Joey Mercury (w/ Melina) in a non-title match at 10:26 when Tatanka pinned Mercury with the Samoan Drop after Hardy dropped Nitro with the Twist of Fate
Chris Benoit defeated WWE US Champion Booker T (w/ Sharmell) via submission with the Crippler Crossface to win the title at 18:11 after the challenger accidentally knocked Sharmell off the apron to the floor; prior to the match, Booker said he was too injured to compete and wanted to forfeit the title to Benoit, prompting Teddy Long to come out; moments later, Booker attacked the challenger from behind after Sharmell twice slapped Benoit across the face; after the bout, Benoit was congratulated backstage by Rey Mysterio Jr., Teddy Long, Matt Hardy, Tatanka, Bobby Lashley, Scotty 2 Hotty, Sho Funaki, Paul London, Brian Kendrick, Pat Patterson, Super Crazy, Psychosis, Chavo Guerrero Jr., and Vickie Guerrero, with Benoit then giving Mysterio a pep talk for his match scheduled next
Randy Orton pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 17:28 with a roll up and grabbing the middle rope for leverage immediately after avoiding the 619; due to pre-match stipulations, Orton won Mysterio’s WrestleMania world title shot; prior to the match, Mysterio’s daughter was shown in the crowd; after the contest, Orton cut a promo from the aisle bragging about main eventing WrestleMania while Mysterio wouldn’t be; several minutes later, Mysterio apologized to Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Vickie Guerrero backstage for letting everyone down, with them saying he did the best he could and didn’t let anyone down; Mysterio then angrily walked past several of the same names who congratulated Benoit earlier in the show
World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle pinned the Undertaker at 29:37 with a roll over as the challenger had a triangle choke applied; after the match, Taker helped Angle to his feet, said he wasn’t done with him, and then left the ring (The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

WWE @ Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – November 20, 2006 (6,500)
Robbie & Rory McAllister defeated Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch
Shelton Benjamin defeated Super Crazy
Charlie Haas defeated Russell Simpson
Jim Duggan defeated Rob Conway
Raw – featured an opening in-ring segment with WWE World Champion John Cena, Kane, Bobby Lashley, Rob Van Dam, & Sabu in which Cena addressed the attack he sustained the previous week from Umaga and the Big Show and then challenged Show’s team to come out and face his own; moments later, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Edge & Randy Orton, Johnny Nitro, Melina, WWE Cruiserweight Champion Gregory Helms, and Mike Knox appeared in the crowd, with Edge & Orton putting over the fact they won the tag team titles the previous week and that Nitro would regain the WWE IC Title later in the show; moments later, Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, Arn Anderson, & Sgt. Slaughter appeared from another part of the building and said Orton & Edge were pathetic and won the titles in a glorified handicap match; the Spirit Squad then appeared in another area of the crowd and said Flair was pathetic for thinking his team could beat the Squad at Survivor Series; just as Kenny prepared to debut a new cheer, the DX team of Shawn Michaels, Triple H, CM Punk, Matt & Jeff Hardy appeared with Michaels saying they should start the Royal Rumble right now, before Triple H corrected him; Triple H then said Flair’s team could beat up the Spirit Squad anytime they wanted and Big Show wasn’t coming out because there was an open case of Twinkies backstage; ECW World Champion the Big Show, MVP, Finlay, Umaga, Armando Allejandro Estrada, and Test then walked out on the stage to respond to Cena’s challenge; after all of the teams prepared to do battle in the ring, Vince McMahon appeared and stopped the fight, saying the captains of each team would compete in an 8-man tag team match – Cena, Flair, Michaels, & Triple H vs. Show, Orton, Edge, & Kenny – and that there would be other individual matches involving Survivor Series opponents; included Chris Masters confronting Torrie Wilson in the ring as Torrie shot t-shirts into the crowd; moments later, Carlito Caribbean Cool made the save and knocked Masters to the floor but Masters jumped Carlito after he helped Torrie out of the ring and locked him in the Masterlock until Jerry Lawler got in the ring; featured Todd Grisham interviewing Johnny Nitro & Melina backstage about Nitro’s first-ever ladder match later in the show, which Melina dedicated to Kevin Federline; Melina then said she and Nitro couldn’t wait to see Federline beat John Cena on January 1 in Miami; included a backstage segment in which Johnny volunteered to face Dusty Rhodes later in the show but Kenny turned him down and appointed Nicky instead; moments later, Kenny confronted Ric Flair about the mystery man Flair would get to replace the injured Roddy Piper, with Flair saying he had two words for Kenny – “Whoo” and Ron Simmons then appeared to finish with “Damn;” featured a “This Week in Wrestling History” focusing on the Undertaker’s debut on Nov. 22, 1990 at the Survivor Series, as well as his string of WrestleMania victories, his WWE World Titles, and the various stipulation matches he introduced; several members of the Baltimore Ravens sat ringside for the event; included Todd Grisham conducting a backstage interview with Dusty Rhodes about his match later in the show; featured a backstage confrontation between Cryme Tyme and WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Edge & Randy Orton in which Edge said he was down with black people and that he would leave DX looking like Cryme Tyme – black and blue; included a look at the gore in “See No Evil,” newly released on DVD; featured the announcement Rob Van Dam would face Hardcore Holly the following night on ECW in an extreme rules match:
Umaga (w/ Armando Allejandro Estrada) pinned Sabu with the thumb strike to the throat at 3:04
WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy defeated Johnny Nitro (w/ Melina) in a ladder match at 18:29 following a leapfrog legdrop from the top rope and over the ladder, then placing the ladder over Nitro – preventing him from getting up – as Hardy climbed up; prior to the bout, it was announced Matt & Jeff Hardy would team for the first time in over 4 years the following night on ECW (The Ladder Match)
Dusty Rhodes pinned Nicky with the Bionic Elbow at 3:48
WWE Women’s Champion Lita pinned Mickie James in a non-title match at 1:22 with the DDT and moonsault; Mickie was forced to wear a blindfold for the duration of the match; after the contest, Lita cut an in-ring promo saying that was proof of how dominant she has been in the past 7 years with the WWE; she then said before her there were no women doing moonsaults or hurricanranas, she sacrified a lot – including breaking her neck – and that without her there would be no Mickie James or Trish Stratus; she then said Survivor Series would be her last match and she would retire as WWE Women’s Champion
WWE World Champion John Cena, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, & Ric Flair defeated ECW World Champion the Big Show, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Edge & Randy Orton, & Kenny at around the 8-minute mark when Cena pinned Kenny with the FU; after the bout, every wrestler scheduled for a Survivor Series elimination match brawled in the ring as the show came to a close (the bout began during the commercial break)


WWE @ Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – May 15, 2007
Chuck Palumbo pinned Daivari
ECW – featured an opening promo by ECW World Champion Vince McMahon, from Stamford, CT; included a CM Punk vignette; featured a backstage segment with Elijah Burke, Marcus Cor Von, & Matt Striker in which they discussed their handicap match later in the night against Bobby Lashley; during the segment, Burke spoke down to Striker after his series of losses; included a look at “The Condemned,” with comments from CM Punk, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Carlito Caribbean Cool, WWE World Champion John Cena, John Bradshaw Layfield, Ashley, Torrie Wilson, Candice Michelle, Ken Kennedy, and others; featured an in-ring Extreme Expose with Kelly Kelly, Layla, and Brooke; included a backstage promo by Bobby Lashley regarding his ECW World Title shot at Judgment Day and his handicap match later in the show:
Rob Van Dam defeated Snitsky via disqualification at 6:12 when Snitsky hit RVD over the head with a steel chair as both men fought on the floor
CM Punk pinned Stevie Richards with the Go To Sleep at 4:35; Punk’s ribs were heavily taped for the bout following the attack he sustained the previous week from Elijah Burke and Marcus Cor Von
Kevin Thorn (w/ Ariel) pinned Nunzio with the Dark Kiss at 3:57; the match was originally planned for Sabu vs. Thorn, though not mentioned on commentary, but that was changed when Sabu refused to lose the match and was then fired
Bobby Lashley defeated Elijah Burke, Matt Striker, & Marcus Cor Von in a handicap match at 7:02 by pinning Striker with the spear
Smackdown! – featured several Edge vignettes throughout the broadcast promoting his inagural address later in the show; several members of the Baltimore Ravens were shown ringside; included footage shot the previous week after the show went off the air in which several druids appeared ringside and carried the Undertaker’s limp body backstage following his attack at the hands of Mark Henry and loss of the World Heavyweight Title, spliced with clips from Taker’s 16-year career in WWE; featured a Mark Henry vignette in which he discussed attacking Taker the previous week; included a backstage segment in which Jillian Hall tried singing for Ozzy Osbourne as he made his way out to perform; featured Ashley introducing Ozzy Osbourne, who performed “I Don’t Wanna Stop;” included a look at Timbaland’s new music video – “Throw It On Me” – starring several WWE divas; it was announced video would make its network premiere the following week; featured a backstage segment with Teddy Long and Vickie Guerrero in which Long granted her an interview for the role of assistant GM; included a closing in-ring segment in which Long introduced the new World Heavyweight Champion Edge, who said he got no respect on Raw and would defend against all comers; Edge then told Long he wasn’t afraid of facing Batista at Judgment Day, with Batista then appearing, welcoming Edge to Smackdown!, and telling him the title belonged to him and he would be needing it back:
MVP pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Matt Hardy with the Play Maker at 13:52 after reversing the Twist of Fate and sending Hardy face-first into the ringpost; after the bout, Michael Cole conducted an in-ring interview with MVP about his US title shot against Chris Benoit at Judgment Day
Jimmy Wang Yang, Paul London & Brian Kendrick defeated WWE Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr., WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Deuce & Domino (w/ Cherry) at 4:05 when Yang pinned Guerrero with a moonsault onto a standing Guerrero
Mark Henry pinned Sho Funaki with the standing powerslam at 1:05 after catching Funaki coming off the top (Henry’s TV in-ring return after a 10-month absence)
WWE US Champion Chris Benoit defeated Finlay via disqualification in a non-title match at 13:49 when MVP attacked Benoit as Finlay was in the Crippler Crossface; after the bout, Finlay hit Benoit in the knee with his shillelagh, with MVP assaulting Benoit and hitting a boot to the face in the corner
Mike Mizanin pinned Christian York at 1:46 with a modified reverse DDT
Kane (w/ the Boogeyman & Little Boogeyman) pinned William Regal (w/ Dave Taylor) with the chokeslam at 4:12 as Regal attempted to get at Little Boogeyman in the ring
Dark match after the taping: Batista & WWE US Champion Chris Benoit defeated World Heavyweight Champion Edge & MVP

WWE (Smackdown! & ECW) @ Baltimore, MD – First Mariner Arena – December 29, 2007 (5,500)
Jimmy Wang Yang defeated Elijah Burke
Mark Henry defeated Tommy Dreamer
Kelly Kelly & Michelle McCool defeated Victoria & Layla
Festus defeated WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion John Morrison; it was to be a tag team match but Jesse was out injured
ECW World Champion CM Punk pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. with the Go To Sleep
WWE US Champion MVP pinned Chuck Palumbo with the Playmaker after Palumbo became distracted by Jamie Noble talking to Michelle McCool at ringside; after the bout, Palumbo turned heel on the crowd and blamed Michelle for the loss
The Undertaker & Kane defeated the Great Khali & Big Daddy V when Khali was pinned following a double chokeslam
World Heavyweight Champion Edge defeated Batista in a last man standing match when – as both men struggled to their feet – Zach Ryder & Curt Hawkins tripped Batista and prevented him from getting to his feet before the referee’s 10 count; after the bout, the Undertaker appeared and laid out Ryder & Hawkins alongside Batista


Backlash 08 – Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – April 27, 2008 (9,000; sell out)
WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions John Morrison & Mike Mizanin defeated Jimmy Wang Yang & Shannon Moore when Mizanin pinned Moore with the Reality Check
Pay-per-view bouts – featured Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler on commentary for Raw, Michael Cole & Mick Foley on commentary for Smackdown!, & Mike Adamle & Tazz on commentary for ECW (Foley’s debut as the new Smackdown! color commentator); included a text poll to determine who fans thought would win the WWE World Title match later in the show; featured Eve conducting a backstage interview with WWE US Champion Matt Hardy regarding his title win, during which Hardy said it was the biggest win of his career and then said he was better than MVP; included Todd Grisham conducting a backstage interview with WWE World Champion Randy Orton regarding defending the title against Triple H, John Cena, and John Bradshaw Layfield later in the show; featured Orton confronting Cena backstage, as Cena was speaking with Jimmy Wang Yang, and claimed Cena would go home without the belt just like at WrestleMania; Cena responded by saying one way or another, Orton would leave a broken man; included a backstage segment with Orton and Triple H in which Orton claimed he would leave Triple H broken in the ring later in the show; several members of the Baltimore Falcons were shown in atteandance; featured a backstage segment in which Orton knocked on John Bradshaw Layfield’s door, with CM Punk then approaching with his Money in the Bank briefcase and wishing Orton good luck; included the results of the text poll, with Cena leading at 48%, then Triple H at 36%, Orton at 12%, and JBL at 4%; featured a music video to hype the night’s main event to the tune of Mark Collie’s “In Time”:
Matt Hardy pinned WWE US Champion MVP to win the title at 11:25 with the Twist of Fate after avoiding the boot to the face while in the corner
ECW World Champion Kane pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Bam Neely) at 8:49 with the chokeslam after catching Guerrero coming off the top as the challenger attempted the frog splash
The Big Show pinned the Great Khali with the chokeslam at 8:06 after avoiding the double choke throw
Shawn Michaels pinned Batista with the superkick at 14:56, moments after avoiding the sit-down powerbomb but landing awkwardly, appearing to injure his knee; WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho was the guest referee for the bout; after the contest, Jericho and two other referees helped Michaels backstage
Beth Phoenix, Jillian Hall, Melina, Layla, Victoria, & Natalya Neidhart defeated WWE Women’s Champion Mickie James, Michelle McCool, Kelly Kelly, Ashley, & Cherry at 6:31 when Phoenix pinned Ashley with the cradle suplex after Ashley knocked Layla to the floor
World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker defeated Edge via submission with the leglock choke at 18:24, after countering Edge’s attempt of a sunset flip reversal of the powerbomb; late in the bout, both Curt Hawkins & Zach Ryder interfered on behalf of the challenger; after the bout, Teddy Long wheeled Vickie Guerrero ringside, with Vickie then tending to a bloody Edge; moments later, medics helped Edge onto a stretcher and took him backstage
Triple H defeated WWE World Champion Randy Orton, John Cena, and John Bradshaw Layfield in a No DQ, No Count-Out elimination match to win the title at 28:12; JBL submitted to Cena’s STFU at 10:31; Orton pinned Cena with the kick to the head at 10:42; Triple H pinned Orton with the Pedigree following a series of reversals

WWE @ Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena – December 16, 2008 (4,500)
Lawrence Knight defeated Sho Funaki
ECW – featured an opening in-ring promo by ECW World Champion Matt Hardy regarding Jeff Hardy being the new WWE World Champion; moments later, Chavo Guerrero Jr. interrupted, claimed that Edge would regain the title from Jeff, and that Chavo would take Matt’s title later in the night; Teddy Long then appeared, dressed as an elf, and said he spoke to both Vickie Guerrero and Matt about the match and said it wouldn’t be later in the night – it would take place immediately; Long then made a joke about Vickie being fat before the match began; included ads for the following Saturday’s “Tribute to the Troops” on NBC; featured the same backstage promo from Smackdown! with Triple H & Shawn Michaels in which they advertised their DX holiday merchandise, including their sweatshirt and stuffed bears; included a backstage segment in which DJ Gabriel & Alicia Fox danced until Mark Henry, dressed as Santa Claus, and Tony Atlas, as Rudolph, scared them off and Henry cut a rhyme promo on seeking revenge on Finlay & Hornswoggle; featured a backstage segment with Tiffany, CM Punk, Kofi Kingston, & Ricky Ortiz in which Tiffany wished the three good luck in their main event; during the segment, Ortiz gave Tiffany one of his rally towels for Christmas; after Punk joked that Kingston wanted one too, Ortiz gave Kingston another; included an ad for “Behind Enemy Lines: Columbia”:
ECW World Champion Matt Hardy pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. at 9:52 with the Twist of Fate as the challenger attempted the Three Amigos
Finlay (w/ Hornswoggle) pinned Gavin Spears with the Celtic Cross at 3:58; prior to the bout, Hornswoggle stole Todd Grisham & Matt Striker’s Slammy award from the commentary table; moments later, footage was shown of Finlay defeating Mark Henry at Armageddon
Jack Swagger, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions John Morrison & Mike Mizanin defeated CM Punk, Kofi Kingston, & Ricky Ortiz at 10:21 when Swagger pinned Ortiz with the gutwrench into the powerbomb after kicking Ortiz as he attempted a springboard into the match; prior to the bout, still photos were shown of Morrison & Mizanin beating Punk & Kingston for the titles Saturday in Hamilton, Ontario; during the bout, a crawl at the bottom of the screen read an uninterrupted version of the show would air at 4 p.m. EST the following day on
Smackdown! – featured an opening backstage promo by WWE World Champion Jeff Hardy, following clips of him winning the title at Armageddon, in which he said “Here I come;” included an in-ring promo by Hardy, accompanied by fireworks and confetti, in which he commented on his title win after a decade in the company; moments later, Edge appeared and claimed Hardy got lucky while it was hard luck that got Edge to the title; after Hardy said Edge was a liar, Edge claimed he had nothing to do with jumping Jeff before Survivor Series because he was already better than him and had always been a better performer; Edge then said he would be facing ECW World Champion Matt Hardy later in the show and that Jeff would face Vladimir Kozlov; after Edge said Jeff would always be the screw up, Jeff dropped Edge with the Twist of Fate; featured a backstage segment with Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Vickie Guerrero in which Vickie knocked a cup of coffee out of Chavo’s hands after claiming the coffee he made for her wasn’t hot; moments later, Edge came in and said he wanted to hurt Jeff later in the night; included a backstage segment in which Shawn Michaels & Triple H tried to sell more DX merchandise, including clothing, toys, video games, and the new “History of the Intercontinental Championship” DVD and the Summer Slam anthology set; the two chopped each other throughout the segment and eventually brawled and choked each other as the segment ended; featured Eve conducting a backstage interview with Matt Hardy regarding Jeff winning the world title and facing Edge later in the show; included ads for the following day’s “Tribute to the Troops” special on NBC; featured a backstage segment with MVP and Ken Kennedy in which Kennedy told MVP to keep his chin up before plugging his upcoming film, “Behind Enemy Lines: Columbia;” included an ad for “Edge: A Decade of Decadence;” featured the announcement that Batista sustained a severe concussion Monday during Raw and would be out for an unknown period of time; included Eve conducting a backstage interview with the Great Khali, with Runjin Singh, regarding kissing Mae Young at Armageddon, with Singh saying Khali found his soulmate in Mae:
Hurricane Helms & R Truth defeated WWE US Champion Shelton Benjamin & MVP at 5:41 when Helms pinned Benjamin with a modified Unprettier, moments after MVP accidentally kicked his partner when Helms moved out of the way; prior to the bout, it was announced Helms would face Benjamin the following week in a title match
WWE Raw Tag Team Champion John Morrison (w/ WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Mike Mizanin) pinned Festus (w/ Jesse) with the Moonlight Drive at 2:42 after Jesse, in possession of the ring bell, tried to hit Mizanin with the weapon on the floor but hit the ringpost, ringing in the process, and turning Festus into a comatose state; prior to the bout, still photos were shown of Morrison & Mizanin winning the titles the previous Saturday in Hamilton, Ontario
Edge pinned ECW World Champion Matt Hardy in a non-title match at 15:12 with the spear after sending Hardy shoulder-first into the ringpost
Ezikial Jackson (w/ The Brian Kendrick) pinned WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Carlito (w/ WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Primo Colon) at 3:31 with a uranage after clubbing Carlito in the back as he attempted a springboard back elbow
Maryse pinned Maria with the DDT at 3:38 after Maria injured her ankle while coming off the middle turnbuckle; stipulations stated the winner would receive a title shot against WWE Divas Champion Michelle McCool; McCool sat ringside for the contest; after the match, Maryse and McCool had a confrontation on the floor, with McCool slapping Maryse’s hand away from the title belt when she went to touch it
WWE World Champion Jeff Hardy defeated Vladimir Kozlov via disqualification in a non-title match at 9:45 when Edge interfered after the champion hit the Whisper in the Wind; after the contest, Kozlov held Jeff as Edge landed several blows; moments later, Triple H was shown on the big screen as Edge grabbed a steel chair, anticipating Triple H coming out for the save; moments later, Triple H appeared, dropped Edge with the Pedigree, and then brawled with Kozlov at ringside until chasing him backstage with the sledgehammer; Hardy then hit Edge with the Swanton

WWE @ Baltimore, MD – First Mariner Arena – July 28, 2009
Drew McIntyre pinned Slam Master J
ECW – featured a backstage segment with Tommy Dreamer and Tiffany talking about Dreamer’s ECW World Title run; after Dreamer left, Shelton Benjamin walked in and asked to be on the Abraham Washington Show, with Tiffany saying Abraham said Benjamin wasn’t entertaining enough to be on the show; Gregory Helms then walked in wanting to speak to Tiffany as well, with Benjamin then saying he would give entertaining if that’s what Washington needed to see; included an ad promoting “Allied Powers: The World’s Greatest Tag Teams”:
Tyler Reks pinned Paul Burchill (w/ Katie Lea) with a springboard dropkick at 4:10; prior to the bout, Reks cut an insert promo on the match
Vladimir Kozlov pinned Bill Baine with the Iron Curtain at 1:19; on his way to the ring, Kozlov smiled and waved to the crowd; after the contest, Ezekiel Jackson came out and dropped Baine with the uranagi as Kozlov watched
Sheamus pinned Goldust at 5:09 with a uranagi into a backbreaker
ECW World Champion Christian pinned Zach Ryder in a non-title match; prior to the bout, Christian cut an in-ring promo on winning the title at Night of Champions; moments later, Tommy Dreamer came out and announced he would get his rematch the following week in an extreme rules match; moments later, Ryder interrupted, leading to the scheduled match (WWE Superstar Collection: Zack Ryder)
WWE Superstars – 7/30/09: William Regal pinned Yoshi Tatsu with the running knee to the head at 4:19; Josh Mathews & Matt Striker provided commentary for the match
Smackdown! – 7/31/09 – featured footage of CM Punk shaking the hand of World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy after Night of Champions went off the air the previous night; included an opening in-ring promo by Hardy in which he thanked the crowd for their support and said Punk could get his rematch anytime he wanted; Hardy then spoke about defending the title later in the night against John Morrison; moments later, Cryme Tyme came out for their match and hugged Hardy; featured Josh Matthews conducting a backstage interview with Punk in which he said Hardy beating him at Night of Champions was an upset and he would be facing the winner of the Hardy vs. Morrison match; included Matthews conducting a backstage interview with Morrison regarding his title shot later in the show against Hardy; featured a “Did you know?” graphic which read more males under the age of 65 watched the previous week’s show than any show on ABC, NBC, Fox, or CBS:
Cryme Tyme defeated Tyson Kidd & David Hart Smith (w/ Natalya Neidhart) at 8:33 when JTG pinned Kidd with the Sout Out clothesline as Shad held Smith back on the floor; stipulations stated the winners would receive a WWE Unified Tag Team Title shot at Summer Slam; after the bout, WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & the Big Show appeared at the entrance stage, with Jericho reminding them that even though they won their match they would not get past them at Summer Slam; Shad then referred to them as Han Solo and Chewbacca, with JTG leading the crowd in a chant of “Christina;” Show then said he and Jericho’s credentials are better than any other tag team in history
Melina & Eve defeated WWE Women’s Champion Michelle McCool & Layla at 3:14 when Melina pinned McCool with the sunset flip / powerbomb
WWE IC Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Finlay defeated Dolph Ziggler & Mike Knox at 9:45 when Mysterio pinned Ziggler with a roll up as Ziggler attempted the jumping reverse bulldog on Finlay
The Great Khali (w/ Runjin Singh) fought Charlie Haas to a no contest at around the 1:30 mark when Kane came into the ring, slid out, and then briefly dragged Singh up the aisle before letting him go
World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy pinned John Morrison with the Twist of Fate and Swanton at 22:12 after lifting his knees to block Starship Pain; after the bout, CM Punk came out, passed Morrison in the aisle, and raised Hardy’s hand in victory inside the ring; moments later, Punk took the mic, started to speak, and then jumped Hardy, threw him to the floor, and into the ringside barrier; Punk followed by assaulting Hardy at ringside for several minutes; Punk eventually left ringside and walked up the aisle, where he said he would challenge Hardy for the belt the following week (John Morrison: Rock Star)
Dark match after the taping: World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy pinned CM Punk in a steel cage match with the Twist of Fate and Swanton at 3:18 after kicking out of the Go To Sleep

WWE @ Baltimore, MD – First Mariner Arena – November 30, 2009 (6,800)
Chris Masters defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. via submission with the full nelson; Masters worked the match as a babyface
Raw – featured an opening in-ring promo by WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & the Big Show in which they said Triple H & Shawn Michaels weren’t the greatest tag team in the WWE, as fans thought; moments later, still images appeared on the big screen of their matches against Ted Dibiase Jr. & Cody Rhodes, Cryme Tyme, MVP & Mark Henry, and World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker & Kane, with Jericho noting DX had never worn tag team gold despite having been around since 1997; Show then noted there were 42 championships between he and Jericho and images then appeared on the big screen showing Show as a former WCW, WWE, and ECW World Champion; highlights of their dominance continued to air as the show spoke about their accomplishments and Jericho noted DX had never been in a TLC match while he had won TLC; eventually, Triple H & Michaels interrupted, with DX saying they would make history in Michaels’ hometown of San Antonio, TX by winning the tag team titles in their first TLC match; Triple H then noted that if DX won then Jericho would be stuck on Smackdown!, as the only reason he appeared on Raw was because he was a tag team champion; Jericho then said Raw would be nothing without him and said he and Show were better than DX; Triple H then challenged Jericho to a match later in the show, as – according to Triple H – Jericho only had two weeks left on Raw; Jericho accepted but Show said the stipulation would be the loser would face the opposing team the following week in a handicap match; Jericho then said he had four words for DX – “I’m never leaving Raw;” included a “Did you know?” graphic which read fans from 50 states and 22 countries had already purchased tickets to WrestleMania 26; featured a backstage segment with Jericho, Show, and guest host Verne Troyer; included Troyer at the entrance stage welcoming the fans and saying he enjoyed being at Summer Slam and meeting all the WWE talent except for WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin; moments later, Mizanin interrupted and made several Dr. Evil jokes until Troyer said he was surprised Miz wasn’t in the Jackass movies; eventually, Mark Henry came out, with Miz calling him Fat Bastard; Troyer then said he wanted to slap Miz but instead would Henry do it for him; featured a backstage segment in which Troyer and MVP were shown watching “Smackdown vs. Raw 2010;” moments later, Henry and Jillian Hall walked in; MVP eventually suggested to let Jillian sing so Henry could show off his own personality; when Jillian began to sing, Henry danced around her until he accidentally fell and squashed her; moments later, Troyer said “I think she’s dead;” included backstage footage of Cena arriving to the arena; featured the announcement that the Batista vs. World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker match at TLC would be a chairs match; featured an in-ring promo by Cena in which he said he wanted his match with Sheamus to be later in the night for the world title; moments later, a clean shaven Carlito appeared and said he didn’t like Sheamus but he liked what he represented because all the wrestlers on Raw, ECW, and Smackdown! were tired of Cena and wanted their own share of the spotlight; Carlito then said Cena might represent the fans but Sheamus represented the wrestlers; Cena responded by calling Carlito out, with Carlito then going to bite his apple but Cena punched it in his face, followed with the FU, and knocked Carlito to the floor; Sheamus then appeared at the entrance stage, with Cena challenging him as well; eventually, Sheamus opted to go backstage instead; included a segment on the entrance stage with Troyer, MVP, and Henry in which Henry rapped on his match later in the show against Miz; featured an ad promoting “Jeff Hardy: My Life, My Rules;” included the announcement Mark Cuban would host the following week’s show; featured a backstage segment with Triple H & Michaels in which they thought their summons the previous week was a dream; moments later, Hornswoggle appeared and – with the use of subtitles on the screen – said he would be seeking further legal action; DX then said he had nothing on them and left; moments later, Troyer appeared and said Hornswoggle should sue them for everything they have:
Maryse & Jillian Hall defeated WWE Divas Champion Melina & Gail Kim at 2:55 when Maryse pinned Melina with the DDT after grabbing onto the ropes to avoid the sunset flip / powerbomb; prior to the match, Josh Matthews conducted a backstage interview with Maryse & Jillian regarding Maryse attacking Melina from behind the previous week
Sheamus fought Santino Marella to a no contest; prior to the match, Sheamus cut an in-ring promo on challenging WWE World Champion John Cena in a tables match at TLC; following his entrance, Marella took the mic and said Sheamus was overlooking him and was jealous of him for being tan; eventually, Marella called Sheamus a “lame ass,” with Sheamus then assaulting him and laying him out with the boot to the face; moments later, Sheamus dropped Marella with the crucifix powerbomb; Sheamus then pulled a table out from under the ring, set it up in the corner, and rammed Marella through it
Randy Orton pinned Kofi Kingston with the RKO at 3:09; during Kingston’s entrance, he was jumped from behind by Cody Rhodes, thrown into the steel ring steps, and assaulted until Rhodes was sent backstage; moments later, the referee asked Kingston whether he wanted to continue with the match and he said yes; Orton’s music then hit but Ted Dibiase Jr. came out of the crowd, clipped Kingston from behind, and assaulted his legs before he too was sent backstage; after Kingston again told the referee he wanted to continue, Orton finally came out; after the contest, Orton set Kingston on the top rope and dropped him with a DDT
Mark Henry pinned WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin in a non-title match at 2:03 after catching Mizanin coming off the top and hitting the powerslam; after the match, Henry met with Verne Troyer at the entrance stage and the two danced with Kelly Kelly, Eve, Brie & Nikki Bella to celebrate the win
Triple H pinned WWE Unified Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho with a roll up at 11:13 after Jericho hit his head on the top turnbuckle; both Shawn Michaels and WWE Unified Tag Team Champion the Big Show provided guest commentary until late in the match when, after Show knocked Triple H out with a punch behind the referee’s back and Michaels knocked Jericho out with a superkick behind the referee’s back, referee Mike Chioda ejected them from ringside for being too close to the action; stipulations stated the loser would face the other team in a handicap match the following week; after the contest, Triple H & Michaels stood at the entrance stage as Michaels told Jericho the following week would be Jericho’s last on Raw (Triple H: Thy Kingdom Come)
WWE Superstars – 12/3/09: Ted Dibiase Jr. & Cody Rhodes defeated Evan Bourne & Primo Colon at 12:33 when Rhodes pinned Primo with Crossroads after Bourne hit a crossbody from the top rope to the floor onto Dibiase; Michael Cole & Jerry Lawler provided commentary for the match