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After attempting to use his business savvy to forge a deal with Shawn Michaels that would have brought JBL to WrestleMania as a World Champion, the Longhorn Loudmouth is now sitting on the losing end for once in his life. Not only is he not World Champion, but the self-made millionaire lost the "All or Nothing" Match against HBK at No Way Out, which releases The Showstopper from being his employee and forces JBL to pay Michaels the rest of his contract in full.

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SEATTLE -- After months of fighting a moral battle within himself as JBL's employee, Shawn Michaels finally broke free from the grasp of the self-made millionaire. Playing the time-tested tune of Sweet Chin Music, HBK defeated his former boss to win their All or Nothing Match. Preserving ownership of his namesake and earning himself a "buyout" from JBL, The Showstopper is now no longer under contract to the Longhorn Loudmouth.

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Despite letting the WWE Championship slip from his clutches to The Game hours earlier, the Rated-R Superstar found his way back in at No Way Out. The Ultimate Opportunist forcibly, yet masterfully, manipulated entry into Raw's Elimination Chamber Match to capture the World Heavyweight Title.

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In front of the thunderous capacity crowd at No Way Out, ECW Champion Jack Swagger triumphed over Finlay to retain his ECW Championship. Although the Belfast Brawler hoped that Irish eyes would be smiling upon him in his quest for gold at the end of the rainbow, it was the new face of ECW that would have the last laugh.

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Saliva has returned to thrill the WWE Universe again. The band, who has provided theme songs for five past pay-per-views, ECW and several WWE Superstars, is back with this year's No Way Out theme, "Hunt You Down."

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Special thanks to Saliva, whose "Hunt You Down" is the official theme song of No Way Out, which airs live, only on pay-per-view Feb. 15. The song can be found on the album Cinco Diablo, which in stores now on Island Records.

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CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. -- Mike Knox made yet another monstrous impression as he became the latest Superstar to qualify for the World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber Match at No Way Out.

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At No Way Out, one of the most treacherous, brutal contests in WWE makes its return: The Elimination Chamber Match. Six Superstars will enter this vile structure - which is composed of two miles of chain and 10 tons of unforgiving steel - but only one can emerge the victor.

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What's up everybody out there in WWE land. I'm back once again to try and use my superior knowledge (haha) in picking these PPV matches. Didn't do great last month, but I was easily over .500 so I guess it wasn't too bad. Alrighty then, let's get going and try to figure out who's getting their hand raised.

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After attempting to use his business savvy to forge a deal with Shawn Michaels that would have brought JBL to WrestleMania as a World Champion, the Longhorn Loudmouth is now sitting on the losing end for once in his life. Not only is he not World Champion, but the self-made millionaire lost the "All or Nothing" Match against HBK at No Way Out, which releases The Showstopper from being his employee and forces JBL to pay Michaels the rest of his contract in full.

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Shawn Michaels def. JBL (All or Nothing Match)

SEATTLE -- After months of fighting a moral battle within himself as JBL's employee, Shawn Michaels finally broke free from the grasp of the self-made millionaire. Playing the time-tested tune of Sweet Chin Music, HBK defeated his former boss to win their All or Nothing Match. Preserving ownership of his namesake and earning himself a "buyout" from JBL, The Showstopper is now no longer under contract to the Longhorn Loudmouth.

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Edge wins World Heavyweight Title Elimination Chamber Match

Despite letting the WWE Championship slip from his clutches to The Game hours earlier, the Rated-R Superstar found his way back in at No Way Out. The Ultimate Opportunist forcibly, yet masterfully, manipulated entry into Raw's Elimination Chamber Match to capture the World Heavyweight Title.

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Triple H wins WWE Championship Elimination Chamber Match

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Randy Orton def. Shane McMahon (No Holds Barred Match)

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ECW Champion Jack Swagger def. Finlay

In front of the thunderous capacity crowd at No Way Out, ECW Champion Jack Swagger triumphed over Finlay to retain his ECW Championship. Although the Belfast Brawler hoped that Irish eyes would be smiling upon him in his quest for gold at the end of the rainbow, it was the new face of ECW that would have the last laugh.

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Saliva returns to rock the WWE Universe

Saliva has returned to thrill the WWE Universe again. The band, who has provided theme songs for five past pay-per-views, ECW and several WWE Superstars, is back with this year's No Way Out theme, "Hunt You Down."

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The history of Saliva & WWE

Special thanks to Saliva, whose "Hunt You Down" is the official theme song of No Way Out, which airs live, only on pay-per-view Feb. 15. The song can be found on the album Cinco Diablo, which in stores now on Island Records.

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Knox: One in the Chamber

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. -- Mike Knox made yet another monstrous impression as he became the latest Superstar to qualify for the World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber Match at No Way Out.

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Elimination Chamber Match rules

At No Way Out, one of the most treacherous, brutal contests in WWE makes its return: The Elimination Chamber Match. Six Superstars will enter this vile structure - which is composed of two miles of chain and 10 tons of unforgiving steel - but only one can emerge the victor.

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Droz's picks for No Way Out

What's up everybody out there in WWE land. I'm back once again to try and use my superior knowledge (haha) in picking these PPV matches. Didn't do great last month, but I was easily over .500 so I guess it wasn't too bad. Alrighty then, let's get going and try to figure out who's getting their hand raised.

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