Judgment Day News Archive

Undertaker def. Edge (World Heavyweight Championship Match)

OMAHA, Neb. -- Undertaker came, he saw, he conquered. However, his victory over Edge came by way of a count-out, and therefore The Phenom was unable to walk away with the gold. After a battling inside the ring, the two Superstars carried their war out into the stands. But...

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WWE Champion Triple H def. Randy Orton (Steel Cage Match)

OMAHA, Neb. - When Randy Orton met WWE Champion Triple H in a Steel Cage Match at Judgment Day on Sunday night, the Legend Killer had hoped to recapture the title and resuscitate the Age of Orton. Unfortunately for Orton, however, The King of Kings pulled the plug on his plans.

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Shawn Michaels def. Intercontinental Champion Chris Jericho

OMAHA, Neb. -- Intercontinental Champion Chris Jericho and Shawn Michaels have been in a battle of wits the past few weeks, ever since Michaels' controversial victory over Batista at Backlash. When all was said and done, HBK broke down the walls by reversing Y2J's Walls of Jericho into a roll-up for the three-count.

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John Cena def. JBL

John "Bradshaw" Layfield said he'd introduce John Cena to a world of pain at Judgment Day. But after Cena defeated the self-made millionaire in stunning fashion at the Qwest Center Sunday night, JBL was the one left hurting in the latest chapter of their intense rivalry.

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WWE Tag Team Champions The Miz & John Morrison def. ECW Champion Kane & CM Punk

WWE Tag Team Champions The Miz & John Morrison were primed for their moonlight meeting Sunday night as the champions retained the titles against ECW Champion Kane & Mr. Money in the Bank CM Punk.

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Doom with a view

All souls, beware; Judgment Day is at hand — and we're not talking about this Sunday's pay-per-view in Omaha, Neb. Perhaps that's why prime ministers from five nations recently began work hundreds of miles away from the North Pole — on a remote Norwegian island — to create a "Doomsday vault" that will protect seeds belonging to varieties of food crops from destruction.

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Women's Champion Mickie James def. Beth Phoenix & Melina (Triple Threat Match)

Mickie James was the ultimate Triple Threat Diva at Judgment Day, when she retained the Women's Championship against Beth Phoenix and Melina. While James came out on top, Phoenix and Melina -- both former Women's Champions -- were skilled, powerful challengers for her.

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Jeff Hardy def. MVP

OMAHA, Neb. -- Former United States Champion MVP came to Judgment Day Sunday and issued an open challenge to any WWE Superstar, intent on proving that he is better than everyone else. Instead, what MVP got was a rude awakening from Jeff Hardy.

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Is it over for HBK?

ST. LOUIS -- For any WWE Superstar, suffering two concussions in a short span of time is a dangerous scenario. But for someone with a history of concussions like Shawn Michaels, it may end up being career-threatening. HBK has a history of concussions going back to 1995, when he was assaulted and forced to relinquish the Intercontinental Title. Since then, HBK has been no stranger to brain trauma, even nearly losing a chance at achieving his boyhood dream of winning the WWE Title thanks to a concussion.

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Career-ending concussion?

ST. LOUIS -- Last night, Shawn Michaels suffered a severe concussion at the hands of Randy Orton during their match at Judgment Day. WWE's Dr. Ferdinand Rios told WWE.com that HBK has been sent home for further evaluation after suffering what is his second concussion in three weeks.

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