Armageddon 2007 News Archive

A Major revelation

PITTSBURGH -- Edge said during Armageddon that Vickie Guerrero's love has given him the "strength of three men." That statement rang true during the Triple Threat Match, as he had the help of a pair of Rated-R replicas en route to winning the World Heavyweight Title. As the Rated-R Superstar revealed in a WWE Mobile on AT&T exclusive video, it turns out that the doppelganger duo was none other than Brett & Brian Major. But just why would they agree to help Edge in the culmination of his master plan?

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Steal city?

PITTSBURGH -- With Armageddon -- and the fate of the World Heavyweight Championship -- just hours away, surely Batista, Undertaker and Edge must have thought about the significance of where tonight's Triple Threat Match is taking place. After all, it was in Pittsburgh's Mellon Arena last May when SmackDown history was made by all three Superstars -- and a Rated-R champion was crowned.

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Finlay def. The Great Khali

PITTSBURGH -- Over the past few weeks, Finlay has neglected his personal well-being to protect Hornswoggle from the clutches of The Great Khali. At Armageddon, however, the illegitimate son of Mr. McMahon finally repaid the favor, helping the Irishman slay the Punjabi giant, and earning one of the, literally, biggest wins of his career.

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Rey Mysterio def. U.S. Champion MVP (Count-out; MVP retains)

PITTSBURGH -- Rey Mysterio came into Armageddon hoping to beat some respect into MVP and walk out as the United States Champion. While he was unable to accomplish the latter -- the Master of the 619 won their match by countout, but did not win the gold because titles cannot change hands on a count-out -- he took a big step toward accomplishing the former once the bout was over.

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Women's Champion Beth Phoenix def. Mickie James

PITTSBURGH -- It's never easy battling a force of nature. And make no mistake, Women's Champion Beth Phoenix is most definitely a force of nature. The Glamazon's challenger, Mickie James, found that out the hard way as she tried to weather Hurricane Beth tonight in front of a sold-out crowd at Armageddon, only to find herself swept away in the end.

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Shawn Michaels def. Mr. Kennedy

PITTSBURGH -- Shawn Michaels had heard enough of the whispering in the locker room. He'd heard enough of the muttering behind his back that perhaps The Showstopper's best days were behind him, and that the younger guns of WWE were passing the four-time World Champion by.

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Chris Jericho def. WWE Champion Randy Orton (Disqualification; Orton retains WWE Championship)

PITTSBURGH -- For a while, it looked like Chris Jericho was indeed going to save us from Randy Orton and end his days as WWE Champion at Armageddon. But it took the divine intervention of a "wrestling god" to save the Legend Killer.

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Jeff Hardy def. Triple H

PITTSBURGH - Gaping mouths and wide eyes peppered throughout the capacity crowd at the Mellon Arena helped tell the tale. Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy pulled out a surprising, career-altering victory over the power and intensity of Triple H to earn an opportunity at the WWE Championship at Royal Rumble next month.

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Big Daddy V & Mark Henry def. ECW Champion CM Punk & Kane

The perfect storm of CM Punk and Kane touched down in the Mellon Arena but the unlikely pair could not overcome half-ton titans Big Daddy V and Mark Henry. With an intrinsic physical advantage, the mammoths prevailed after the 500-pound ECW Superstar managed to pin the ECW Champion.

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Edge wins Triple Threat Match for the World Heavyweight Championship (New Champion)

PITTSBURGH -- For the second time this year, Edge has transformed Pittsburgh into the "Steal City." Actually, highway robbery might be the best way to describe his heinous actions at Armageddon Sunday night, when he -- aided heavily by some shocking outside interference from "Edge" and "Edge" -- defeated Batista and Undertaker, and all but stole the World Heavyweight Championship.

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