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What was your favorite WWE pay-per-view match of 2009 besides Taker-Michaels at WM 25?
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Old 22 Jun 2010, 07:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What was your favorite WWE pay-per-view match of 2009 besides Taker-Michaels at WM 25?

My pick is the Raw Chamber at No Way Out.















Smackdown Chamber was boring. The Raw chamber was good because they pretty much got rid of all the bad people right away, and it was just Rey, Jericho, and Edge having a great match.
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Sorry, RAW chamber was worshipped only cause Edge's shocking win. It was overrated.































SD! chamber anytime, anyday.































Edit: Oh, really?































Edge starts out with Jeff Hardy and the biggest shocker of the night was his quick elimination. Hilarious and shocking at the same time to say the least. Jeff then had to deal with both Kozlov and Big Show, who double-teamed him and battled with each other throughout. Then Triple H came in to even the score and took it to both of the big men. Finally the Undertaker graced us with his presence and eliminated Kozlov with a last ride. Following Kozlov, the Big Show was triple-teamed and finally Hardy hit a Swanton from the top of a pod to get rid of him. This then left the three major players of the match, Hardy, Triple H and Undertaker. Jeff went for a lot of high flying moves, which cost him when he got caught into a tombstone by the Undertaker. Once Jeff was out, we were left with two former WWE Champions in Triple H and Undertaker. They took it to each other for a little under seven minutes. Undertaker kicked out of a pedigree and Triple H kicked out of a Tombstone. Then in the end as Undertaker went for a tombstone, Triple H got out and hit a pedigree to become a 13 time World Champion. Match of the night, with a fantastic list of participants and a great finish.
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