WWE: Cyber Sunday 2007
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On Cyber Sunday, the fans take over the WWE. This unique interactive Pay-Per-View event allows WWE fans to act as general manager, with their online votes deciding matches, opponents and stipulations as their favorite Superstars of Raw, Smackdown, and ECW square-off.
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ECW Champion CM Punk vs. The Miz - You can tell this was the shock of the night for everyone as very few expected this guy to get picked. You can tell they were off at times such as when Punk did a move off the ropes but Miz wasn't in position to be hit. The match for just average (the dead crowd didn't help either) for the most part but Punk made it a better match than you would expect from someone like Miz.
Jeff Hardy vs. Mr. Kennedy - Since these two lost the main event vote (who didn't expect that though), they fought each other in a non-title match. The story behind this match was Kennedy grounding Hardy & not allowing him to do his daredevil offense. Nice match with good storytelling by Kennedy & selling by Hardy.
United States Champion MVP vs. Kane - Since Hardy got injured earlier in the week, Kane was picked as the replacement over Great Khali & Mark Henry. This match lasted less than 10 mins. & was mostly MVP working on Kane's rib injury before Kane rebounded & delivered twice the punishment on MVP's ribs with punches, kicks, and power moves to his ribs before MVP eventually got counted out. This match wasn't much at all but I'll give them credit for the storytelling & selling they did in their short time.
WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. Shawn Michaels - For WWE not knowing who was going to be picked, they sure did put together that Orton/Michaels history package together pretty quickly. This was a solid encounter as HBK kept working & beating on Orton's left arm thoughout the bout while Orton targeted HBK's back. Just like the previous match, the ending was disappointing but it opened the door for a rematch which nobody should object to after seeing this encounter. Great match.
Street Fight Match: Triple H vs. Umaga - I guess people were upset that they didn't get the cage match since you heard some boos after the results were announced. From the start, these two were tossing each other around & just beating each other down...and even went though the set wall within first 3 mins. This wasn't a non-stop weapons fest as the weapons were used to make the moves more impactful like Triple H's DDT onto the chair. Umaga targeted Triple H's ribs & gut at various times thoughtout this high impact non-stop action match. Great street fight.
World Champion Batista vs. Undertaker with Stone Cold Steve Austin as the special referee - Before this match even begins, we got a fights between J.B.L., Foley, and Austin that end with Austin stunning both men. Once that got out the way, Undertaker brought out the type of performance from Batista that he needed after that godawful series of matches with Khali. Just like their previous trilogy of matches, this was a awesome match from start to finish that had you on the edge. Match of the night, no questions asked.
Also throughout the night, each diva would show off their halloween costumes in various segments with the highlight for me being Victoria (and Kenny's) costumes of a former WWE Champion & Hall Of Famer. Also thoughout the night, you would see J.B.L. campaigning for votes whenever he had the chance...complete with a promotion video.
DVD extras include a backstage interview with J.B.L. after the event & the divas battle royal from the next night on RAW.
Bottom line is that after a bad year for WWE that heavily effected their talent, they started to really rebound here as not only did the main events deliver but the midcard was solid as well from top to bottom with only one exception (MVP/Kane). I recommend this PPV.
1. Stretcher Match
Finlay vs. Rey Mysterio
I felt this was a good choice for an opener but I wished the fans would have picked the no dq match but I was happy with the stretcher match. Finlay was more of the brawler in this match and using the stretcher to toy with rey. Rey was working with his high flying style to counter and use the stretcher against finlay. A decent opener but I felt the no dq rule would have fitted in better with these two. 3/5
At this point in the ppv, the divas start sharing with everybody their Halloween costumes and this will continue throughout the night. I felt Jillian had the best, entertaining, and amusing one out of the bunch by being Britney Spears. I thought she was the most entertaining and funny one.
2. Ecw World Title
The Miz vs. Cm Punk
I was happy that the miz was voted in for this match. We haven't seen a lot of tying up between punk and miz. The miz really impressed me here, he actually looked pretty good in the ring. The miz applied some nice wrestling holds on punk and there was a couple of nice offensive exchanges between the two. A good match, I liked this one. 4/5
3. Mr. Kennedy vs. Jeff Hardy
Kennedy and Hardy were the two who was left out after HBK won the votes to face Orton later in the ppv. This was another match that was very good. Kennedy and Hardy wrestled a nice match up and they both added a little brawling here and there. Hardy was at his usual with his unorthodoxed and high flying offense while Kennedy tryed to wear down Hardy with holds and other wreslting moves. This was a good match and I felt Kennedy deserved this one. 4.25/5
4. United States Title
MVP vs. Kane
These two had way better matches in the past. Mvp was focusing on the ribs of Kane for the majority and tryed to injured them more. Kane turned the tables on mvp and he too worked on the ribs of mvp. It got dissappointing once it became a count out. This match could have been better. 2.5/5
5. WWE Title
Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Orton
This was a very good title match but it was more of a revenge match for HBK for when Orton took him out earlier in the year at Judgment Day. It mostly stayed a wrestling match in the ring but it got more physical once the match went outside. Orton tryed to cease and target the mid-section of HBK after suplexing him on the guard rail. This too became disappointing after the dq but it had a good after match segment with HBK delivering sweet chin music. Pretty good match for the championship. 4.5/5
6. Street Fight
Triple H vs. Umaga
I was so glad that the fans voted for the street fight and not the cage match. These two men just brawled the hell out of each other early in the match on the outside where they would even crash through a wall around the enterance area. Once they made their way back to the ring, only more brawling and physicality would take place. HHH really gets his mid-section and ribs worked on here by Umaga. The match had a good table spot with Umaga splashing HHH through it. It had a good finish with the sledgehammer shot and the pedigree. An excellent street fight. 5/5
7. World Heavyweight Championship with Stone Cold Steve Austin as the Special Referee
Undertaker vs. Batista
Before the match got underway, JBL addressed the crowd which would lead to Mick Foley to come out. JBL and Foley would have a mix up until the texas rattlesnake made his enterance. Austin came out, stunned Foley right of the box, and then had a little brawl with JBL. A pretty good segment before the match started.
Once the match started, it was nothing but a fight and a slugfest. Austin just stood back and just let Taker and Batista brawl the hell out of each other. The match had some very good counters and hard impactive moves. An awesome match and this was a fantastic choice to close out the show. Great title match from smackdown. 5/5
I recommend yall on purchasing Cyber Sunday 2007. It had a pretty good card. A very good ppv from Washington DC.
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