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 WWE SmackDown Results 2/4/2011 
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WWE SmackDown Results 2/4/2011
by: The Reporter




Green Day and pyro open the show and Josh Matthews welcomes us. Alberto Del Rio won the Royal Rumble, and there is a Wrestlemania 27 piñata hanging above the ring.

Can you dig it? SUCKA! Booker T is here to another great ovation and Tony Chimel introduces him as the newest member of the Smackdown announce team. In the ring, he takes off his blazer and gives us a Spinaroonie. As he heads to the announce booth, we are interrupted by Excuse her! Vickie Guerrero and Dolph Ziggler make their way to the ring as Matthews informs us that we may never see Teddy Long on Smackdown again. Vickie has assembled Elimination Chamber Qualifying matches. Also tonight, the uncrowned World Heavyweight Champion will team with LayCool to take on Edge and Kelly Kelly with said championship on the line. Speaking of that "tramp," Vickie wants Kelly to come out here right now And she does. Who does Kelly think she is? Kelly is the reason that Ziggler is not the champion right now. Vickie has thought about how easy it would have been to just fire Kelly. However, she would rather humiliate Kelly and break her down piece by piece instead. Kelly blames Vickie for trying to constantly destroy both her character and her personal life (What??). Maybe Kelly should just quit. Vickie has no idea what she is talking about. Kelly thinks Vickie is a vindictive, paranoid, power-hungry BITC…WITCH! Ziggler doesn't care what Vickie did, he cares that Kelly is the reason he is not World Champion. She allowed Edge to hit him with the illegal Spear. We get a screenshot as proof. While Vickie can't reverse the ref's decision, we should know he is the uncrowned champion. The only reason Kelly is allowed to stand in the ring, is that she may be the reason Ziggler officially becomes World Champion- tonight. Until then, Ziggler and Vickie have no use for her, so she should get out. Instead, Kelly slaps Ziggler and knocks Vickie on her cougar ass. LayCool run to the ring and back Kelly into a corner. Edge comes in soon after, scaring LayCool away and dropping Ziggler with a right hand. Edge and Kelly leave to end the segment.

At ringside, we hear from Booker for the first time. He has replaced Matt Striker.

Match One: Santino Marella (0-0)/Vladimir Kozlov (0-0) vs. Heath Slater (0-1)/Justin Gabriel (1-0)

Gabriel starts with a go-behind on Kozlov. Kozlov gets a takedown and grabs a side headlock. Another takedown and Kozlov transitions into a chinlock. Slater tags in but is dropped with a shoulderblock. Kozlov continues with a hiptoss and tags in Marella. Marella covers for one twice and applies a side headlock. Slater fights it off with clubs and backs him into a corner. Marella floats over but goes down to a strong right hand as Booker puts over The Chaperone. Slater covers for two and slugs away in the corner. He retreats and charges but misses a splash. Kozlov tags in and knocks Slater down with a head smash then a boot to the chest. Back up, he gets in a headbutt to the chest and a nice powerslam for two when Gabriel interrupts the count. Marella comes in to even up the odds but gets tossed to the outside. Kozlov does the same to Gabriel, allowing Slater to attack him from behind and hit an inverted DDT. Gabriel regroups, tags in and hits the 450 Splash for the win.

Winner: Heath Slater/Justin Gabriel in 3:00

Rating: *1/2 (When I see Slater and Gabriel, I still think Nexus. They haven't done anything to distinguish themselves, although Slater's inverted DDT is 10x better than that garbage finisher he had before.)

Post-match, we get another shot of the piñata as Michael Cole hypes Alberto Del Rio's fiesta later tonight.

Match Two: Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match- Drew McIntyre (2-2) vs. Kofi Kingston (4-1)

Michael Cole informs us that Vickie Guerrero has given Dolph Ziggler a bye into the Elimination Chamber. When asked for a comment, Booker is without one. Lock-up to start and McIntyre backs Kingston into the corner. Kingston escapes with an armdrag and covers for one. McIntyre stalls for a bit before striking Kingston with a right hand and covering for two. He follows up with a second strike and a couple stomps to the head. He hits a bodyslam for one and drops Kingston with a shoulderblock. They do the over/under running spot and Kingston connects with a spinning back elbow for one. Kingston slows things down with an armbar. McIntyre tries to armdrag his way out but is unsuccessful. He eventually fights out and slams Kingston to the mat. Meanwhile, Booker humorously refers to Kelly Kelly as Kevin Kelly. In the corner, Kingston hits McIntyre with the pendulum kick but misses a top rope crossbody. Kingston regroups and clotheslines McIntyre to the outside. He follows and connects with some uppercuts before being dropped onto the steel steps as we go to commercial.

Back from break, McIntyre drops Kingston with a shoulder and covers for two. He applies a shoulder stretch to ground Kingston. Kingston punches his way out and ducks a clothesline but runs into a tilt-a-whirl gutbuster. McIntyre covers for two. Kingston tries for a comeback with shots to the gut, but McIntyre avoids a float over with a kick to the midsection. He covers for two and punches away. In the corner, McIntyre hits a few clotheslines then drops Kingston with another in the middle of the ring. He continues with a nice dropkick and covers for two. McIntyre tries for another clothesline but Kingston counters with a DDT. The late cover gets two. Back up, the trade blows with Kingston getting the advantage with an aggressive series of strikes in the corner. Cole shouts for the ref to disqualify him. Kingston follows up with a Superman punch and the Boom Drop. He calls for a Trouble in Paradise but McIntyre swats it away and retreats to the apron. As Kingston tries to drag him into the ring, Ricardo Rodriguez appears on the TitanTron to introduce Alberto Del Rio. Del Rio doesn't say anything, but McIntyre takes advantage of the distraction by sweeping Kingston's legs and hitting the Future Shock DDT for the win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre in 13:00

Rating: **1/2 (This ended just as it kicked into 2nd gear. I usually like McIntyre's work, but he was especially boring on offense here. Good win for him nonetheless.)

Still to come, Edge/Kelly Kelly vs. Dolph Ziggler/LayCool for the World Heavyweight Championship.

Match Three: Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match- Rey Mysterio (3-1) vs. Jack Swagger (1-1)

Anyone remember when Swagger ended up in the Gulf of Mexico in a match against Mysterio? That's pretty much where his "main event" run ended. At least he has cool new boots now. According to Michael Cole, Cody Rhodes will be undergoing reconstructive surgery next week. Mysterio goes low with a kick and slides underneath Swagger. He gives him a couple more kicks and rolls him up for one. Swagger gets in a boot of his own but Mysterio responds with one to the chest. We go to commercial as Mysterio sends Swagger to the outside.

Back from break, Swagger and Mysterio are in an apparent stand-off. They lock-up and Swagger powers Mysterio into the corner. Mysterio avoids a clothesline and gives him some shoulderblocks. In the opposite corner, Mysterio gets a boot up and climbs. Swagger stops him but ends up getting bulldogged. Cover gets two. Mysterio ducks a clothesline and hits a crossbody for two more. He leaps over Swagger and connects with a kick before setting him up for a 619. Swagger retreats to the outside and avoids it. Mysterio tries for a springboard, but Swagger takes his legs out and tangles him in the ropes. Swagger takes advantage and ties him up, putting pressure on the leg. Back in, Swagger drops the knee on the mat. He heads back out and rams the leg into the ringpost. Inside, he covers for two and takes Mysterio to the corner. He wraps the knee around the middle rope and kicks at it. Mysterio falls to the outside and Swagger follows. He rams him into the announce table, prompting Booker to pull a CM Punk: "There goes my Red Bull." Swagger taunts before tossing Mysterio back inside where he connects with the Running, Leaping Swagger Bomb for two. He slows things back down with a legbar. He drops an elbow on the knee and clubs at the head. Cover gets two. Swagger gives Mysterio a big biel, something Booker knows a lot about. He tries to follow up with another Running, Leaping Swagger Bomb, but Mysterio rolls out of the way. He climbs to the middle rope and comes down with a tornado DDT. Cover gets Mysterio two. Back up, Mysterio gets Swagger into position for the 619 but Swagger catches him by the legs on the execution. He applies the Anklelock in the ropes then pulls him into the ring. Mysterio flips out of it and kicks Swagger in the shoulder. Cover ends it.

Winner: Rey Mysterio in 11:00

Rating: **1/2 (On par with the McIntyre/Kingston match, with a very similar structure. Again, this ended just as it was getting good and would have benefitted from a few more minutes. I did appreciate some of the few subtle touches- i.e. Mysterio only climbing to the middle rope with his messed up knee.)

At ringside, Josh Matthews sends it to a video on Alberto Del Rio choosing his Wrestlemania opponent. He picked Edge.

Later tonight, Alberto Del Rio's fiesta!

In the back, Edge is with Kelly Kelly. The odds are against them tonight. Kelly is upset that he doesn't have faith in her. He is just like Drew McIntyre. Edge apologizes, but it's not good enough for Kelly. She walks away. Weird…

Back to ringside, where Michael Cole insults Jerry Lawler.

At ringside, Hornswoggle and Rosa Mendes hand out shirts to the crowd. Stacks of yellow balloons decorate the ring and a red carpet covers the mat. Ricardo Rodriguez introduces Alberto Del Rio from the entrance stage. Del Rio appears in a white BMW and makes his way to the ring. It was his destiny to win the biggest Royal Rumble match in history; it's his destiny to go to Wrestlemania; and it's his destiny to be World Heavyweight Champion. He was planning on having his celebration later on, but when he saw his little amigo, Horny, he decided to come out. He has a present for him. That piñata hanging above is filled with candy and toys- it represents the goodness he wants to share with his friends here in…here in…(Rodriguez whispers in his ear) Here in New Jersey! Is Horny ready for the piñata? Del Rio instructs Rodriguez to cover Horny's eyes with a blindfold. He is then given a red, white and green kendo stick and spun around. He whacks away, but the piñata is too high. Del Rio has the piñata lowered, but Horny ends up hitting Del Rio in the gut. Del Rio drops Horny with a kick to the side of the head and mounts with punches. Kofi Kingston makes the save and clotheslines Del Rio out of the ring. Rodriguez distracts Kingston and Del Rio attacks from behind. He hits him with the Mexican kendo stick a few times and applies the Cross Armbreaker. Refs run in and break it up.

Later tonight, a Mixed Handicap Match for the World Heavyweight Championship!

Stone Cold will host Tough Enough. At ringside, Booker informs us that he too will be there, but as a coach.

Match Four: Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match- Chavo Guerrero (0-0) vs. Kane (0-2)

We all know Kane is going to beat Guerrero, so why not have a dance contest instead? Guerrero meets Kane with some rights but Kane grabs him for a bodyslam. Guerrero avoids it and drop toe holds him into the top rope. He climbs to the top but Kane goozles him. Guerrero drops himself to the outside, ramming Kane's upper-body into the top rope. He climbs up again and comes down with a Frog Splash but Kane grabs him by the throat on impact. Chokeslam. Finished.

Winner: Kane in 1:00

Rating: ¼* (Step in the right direction for an aimless Kane who has been invisible in 2011.)

The Chaperone…looks terrible. I'm not part of its target audience though, so that's only natural.

Already qualified for the Smackdown Elimination Chamber: Drew McIntyre, Rey Mysterio, Kane, Dolph Ziggler and Edge.

Match Five: Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match- Big Show (2-1) vs. Wade Barrett (0-1)

Barrett backs himself into the corner to avoid Show but Show greets him with a big chop anyway. He gets in another chop on the adjacent corner, but Barrett blocks a third. Barrett connects with a few strikes and dropkicks the knee. In the corner, Barrett tries attacking the knee but Show shoves him off. Barrett charges and runs into a back elbow. Show gets another chop and sends him into the same corner, knocking out the ref. Show goozles Barrett and tosses him into Heath Slater on the apron. Justin Gabriel distracts Show slowing Ezekiel Jackson to sneak in and knock Show down with a clothesline. Barrett covers as the ref comes back to life but only gets two. Barrett collects himself and hits a DDT on a kneeling Show for the win.

Winner: Wade Barrett in 2:00

Rating: ½* (So let me get this straight: a month ago, Show could take 27 consecutive finishers and still kick out, but tonight, a routine DDT is enough. The crowd couldn't care less about the Corre and their act is already tired.)

Post-match, Big Show starts to take out the Corre, but Ezekiel Jackson stops it with a big bodyslam. He asks for a mic. The end has come; it has awakened against Show. Booker doesn't know what that means.

2.21.11…Paul Roma?

Before our main event gets underway, Vickie Guerrero has something to say. Excuse her. If Edge uses the Spear, he will be stripped of the championship.

Match Six: World Heavyweight Championship- Edge© (3-1)/Kelly Kelly (0-2) vs. Dolph Ziggler (1-4)/Michelle McCool (2-2)/Layla (1-2)

Ziggler can become champion two ways: 1) he pins Edge and 2) LayCool pins Kelly. We get main event style intros for this one, and Chimel has finally learned how to control his voice on "Rated-R Superstar." Ziggler starts off hot, unloading on Edge with strikes. Edge ducks a clothesline and drops him with a flying forearm. He continues with a clothesline and a flapjack. Edge pulls on his hair and is about to kneel before remembering he can't use the Spear. Ziggler rolls out of the ring and Edge delivers a low dropkick through the ropes. Edge tosses Ziggler back inside where he is able to tag in Michelle McCool. Edge must now tag in Kelly and we go to commercial.

Back from break, McCool is pounding on Kelly in the corner. Kelly rebounds with a kick before scissoring her legs around McCool's neck and choking her Tarantula style. She drops McCool on her face and drags her outside where she repeatedly slams her head into the floor. Kelly climbs on the apron and kicks Layla away. McCool sees a window and takes Kelly's legs out from under her. It doesn't stop Kelly from kicking at McCool and wrapping her legs around her head. She tries for a rana but McCool slams her into the barricade. That was forceful. Back inside, McCool covers but her legs are under the ropes. McCool stomps and rams Kelly into the corner where she tags in Layla. Layla connects with a clothesline for two. McCool back in and she hits a belly-to-belly suplex for two more. Back up, Kelly escapes from a suplex and slaps McCool across the face. McCool gets up before Kelly though, and stops a tag-in attempt. She drops a knee across the ribs and tags in Layla who gets a snapmare. She legscissors Kelly's head, much to Vickie's delight. Layla lets it go and stops Kelly from making the hot tag. She hits with an elbow but Kelly regroups and comes down with a K-Factor. Ziggler distracts the ref as Kelly tags in Edge. The ref never saw it, so Edge has to go back. He doesn't stand for that and attacks Ziggler, sending him into the barricade. Meanwhile, McCool accidently kicks Layla in the head. Kelly kicks McCool out of the ring and spears Layla for the win.

Winner: Edge/Kelly Kelly in 10:00, Edge retains the World Heavyweight Championship

Rating: ** (Nothing wrong with it, but it was mostly a Diva's match. Kelly showed some good fire and the finish popped the crowd nicely.)

Post-match, Vickie Guerrero gets in the ring with a mic. Kelly Kelly has just competed in her last match- she is fired! Kelly starts to cry. It's actually really convincing. Vickie doesn't give a damn about Kelly; this is her show. As for Edge, he will have a rematch with Dolph Ziggler next week. This time, there will be a difference- Vickie will be the Special Guest Referee. Ziggler sneaks into the ring and delivers a ZigZag to end the show.

(Mediocre show tonight. I don't know that I like what they're doing with Kelly Kelly. She is basically bi-polar: rebellious at the start, kinda psycho in the middle and submissive at the end. Come to think of it, that's actually a pretty accurate description of my experience with a certain woman, minus the submissive part. I do like what they are doing with the Edge/Ziggler feud, and wouldn't be surprised to see a Triple Threat at Wrestlemania. On that note, I can understand why they barely mentioned the Edge/Del Rio thing. They still have plenty of time to build a feud; they don't want to start too soon and sour people on it. As far as Booker T is concerned, he was okay. Michael Cole certainly didn't help, undermining him every chance he got. Oh, and the Corre sucks hard.)

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