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WWE: Breaking Point 2009
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Unified Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Big Show vs M.V.P. & Mark Henry. As I have mentioned before, I am not really big on the whole "Jeri-Show" tag team while I can care less about the M.V.P./Henry duo. Although, I am happy to say that this was a good opener that the crowd actually got into with the action getting better when Jericho took on M.V.P. while the action slowed when Show was working with Henry.
United States Champion Kofi Kingston vs The Miz. This was one of those matches that was better than what it looked on paper as the action was getting better as time went on with both men doing counter after counter to the point that the crowd made no noise at the start but slowly got into the action. Definitely the "sleeper" match of the night & both men's best match up to this point.
Submissions Count Anywhere: D-Generation X vs Legacy. Before the match, there was some comedy as the crowd quickly cheered but then turned in the "You Screwed Bret" chants towards Shawn Michaels (they are in Montreal) with Triple H pulling off the quick one-liner that had everyone laughing. Anyways, this was a brawl that went all over the building with moments of both teams using innovative submission attempts like the camel clutch & boston crab on a folded chair by DX, Cody doing the Gory Guerrero special, the double figure four in the aisle way before Legacy was able to take out Triple H & dominate HBK in the ring including the finishing move of the figure four around the ringpost combined with the million dollar dream.Read more ›
Unified Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Big Show vs. M.V.P. & Mark Henry - The opening match was contested between two similar teams. Both weren't established as a long term tag team and both teams contested of one individual who was the speed & more agile wrestler while the other was the bigger & strong member of the team and you saw that similarites in this match as the match really picked up whenever Jericho & M.V.P. were in the ring while it was more of a slower power style whenever Henry & Show were in the ring. It was a solid opening tag team match.
United States Champion Kofi Kingston vs. The Miz - When you take into concideration how both men have been used all year with the Miz being a comedy act for weeks after months of buildup going to waste by being buried by John Cena while Kofi constantly being an uneventful champion booked in last minute multiman matches...this was the shock of the night for just how good this match was. It started off slow but picked up over time with the crowd getting into it as both men kept pulling out counter after counter for various moves. This was definately a "sleeper" match that was way better than you expected it to be going in.
Submissions Count Anywhere Match: D-Generation X vs. The Legacy - This is the first of 3 different types of submission matches throughout the night with a special type of twist on a normal "falls count anywhere" match as for those who know their WWE history in regards to the city of Montreal, you'll get a laugh out of DX's introduction.Read more ›
1. WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Chris Jericho (c) & Big Show (c) vs. MVP & Mark Henry
Decent opener. Match was not good when either Henry or Show were in it, but Jericho and MVP worked together nicely and made up for it. Nothing to go out of your way and see, but this was a perfectly fine wrestling match. "Jerishow" go over clean after Show KOs Henry. **1/4
2. WWE United States Championship Match
Kofi Kingston (c) vs. the Miz
Crowd wasn't really into it, but they had a good match. Lots of nearfalls and the finish was well executed. Both guys worked hard and they had the crowd pretty into it by the end. Kofi wins clean with the Trouble in Paradise. ***1/4
3. Submissions Count Anywhere Match
Shawn Michaels & Triple H vs. Cody Rhodes & Ted Dibiase
Long match and very sloppy in spots.Read more ›
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WWE Tag Team Champions Big Show & Miz VS Mark Henry & MVP: A decent opener, nothing different from what you'd watch on Raw or Smackdown. Read morePublished on December 26, 2013 by A. Pierre
I enjoyed the matches of DX vs. Legacy and the "I Quit" match between John Cena and Randy Orton. Most Pay Per Views dissapoint outside of Wrestlemania but not this one.Published on May 17, 2010 by Luke Johnson
The Christian-William Regal rematch was much better then their SummerSlam bout.The Legacy-DX Submissions count anywhere match was not as good as their SS match but still a good... Read morePublished on April 7, 2010 by J. Perez
Wasn't the greatest wrestling DVD but definitely not the worst. Would watch this again so it wasn't a waste of money.Published on March 7, 2010 by M. Deschaine
I'll get right to the reviews and give some final thoughts at the end.
Jerishow vs MVP & Mark Henry
Standard tag opener. Read more
Watching this PPV was Kind of like Eating Something You Know You Shouldn't, because You Know You'll Get Sick. Read morePublished on September 14, 2009 by Carlos Hurtado
Unified WWE Tag Team Championship Match: Chris Jericho and The Big Show (Champions) vs. Mark Henry and MVP
A nice opener, but I expected more out of it. Read more
This pay per view was Ok. i cant see myself watching this again. here are the matches
1) Chris Jericho& Big Show vs MVP& Mark Henry for the unified tag titles
great... Read more