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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Some people mark their 20th anniversary with a candlelit dinner at a quiet restaurant. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of SummerSlam, however, WWE took a slightly different approach. On Sunday, more than 17,000 roaring fans helped celebrate the Biggest Party of the Summer at the Continental Airlines Arena and witnessed two of the most exciting resurrections in sports-entertainment history, the return of Rey Mysterio and Triple H.

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"Old chicken makes good soup." No, Mr. McMahon's words at SummerSlam won't be a slogan for Campbell's Soup. But they summed up the Chairman's night as he opened an invitation to the woman who mothered his illegitimate son. Mr. McMahon had hoped the woman would show up at SummerSlam and reveal which WWE Superstar is his illegitimate son.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- John Cena was supposed to be a dead Champ walking. After he took three vicious RKOs -- including one on a steel chair -- in three days from Randy Orton, questions about the WWE Champion's health swirled. The Legend Killer believed the WWE Championship he so coveted was practically gift-wrapped for the taking at SummerSlam. With memories of his World Championship win at SummerSlam three years ago burned in his head, Orton was convinced he would experience déjà vu Sunday night.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- He blocked the Khali Vise Grip. He kicked out of a pinfall after a thunderous Khali Bomb. He even took the 7-foot-3, 420-pound Great Khali off his feet with an unbelievable spinebuster and went on to win the match. The one thing Batista didn't do at SummerSlam? Win the World Heavyweight Championship.

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The 10-time World Champion is back and better than ever. To the roar of the Continental Airlines Arena crowd, The King of Kings made his return to the ring after a eight-month absence due to a torn quadriceps. In typical Triple H fashion, he spewed water to the delight of a rabid crowd that chanted his name. With "Time to Play the Game," pulsating in the background, The Game smiled at the crowd as it was like he'd never left.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Welcome back, Rey Mysterio. After a career-threatening knee injury that kept him out of action for nearly 10 months, the sultan of the 619 treated our jubilant fans to his triumphant return at the twentieth annual SummerSlam, and dialed up much-deserved retribution against the opponent who nearly ended his career.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- For many weeks, CM Punk has been hot on the heels of John Morrison and the ECW Championship. The Straightedge Superstar headed into SummerSlam hoping that his momentum would carry him to victory and the gold, but Morrison put and end to that dream when he defeated Punk at the Biggest Party of the Summer.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- He was pushed to the limit -- and at times it appeared he was going to be bulldozed himself. But at the end of the night at SummerSlam, Umaga still firmly held the Intercontinental gold between his teeth after turning back the challenge of Carlito and Mr. Kennedy in a Triple Threat Match.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- At the twentieth annual SummerSlam Sunday night, United States Champion Montel Vontavious Porter attempted to "stoop down" to common people's level by challenging Matt Hardy to a beer-drinking competition. Instead, he tasted only defeat and embarrassment, thanks to a keg-crushing Stunner from Matt's imbibing proxy, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.

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At the end of the Divas Battle Royal at SummerSlam, Beth Phoenix remained the last woman standing. The beautiful — but deadly — Glamazon emerged victorious among the dozen Divas from across the WWE brands: Raw, SmackDown and ECW. In an impressive victory, Phoenix helped hurl her opponents over the ring ropes for the win and the opportunity to challenge Candice Michelle for the Women's Championship.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Fighting through injured ribs, two shillelaghs and a short appearance by Hornswoggle, Kane kicked off the Biggest Party of the Summer by defeating fighting Irishman Finlay with a thunderous chokeslam.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — "It's not me, it's not me," reiterated a stunned Thomas Mezzacappa as he was awarded the honor of Continental Airlines Arena's One Millionth Fan. In pure disbelief by what he had just been told, a wide grin quickly surfaced on his face as he became the one millionth WWE fan to attend a WWE event in the Meadowlands arena since 1984.

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Addtional seats just made avaiable for tomorrow's SummerSlam pay-per-view at Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, NJ.

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Since his WWE debut five years ago, SmackDown's Batista has become accustomed to stepping into the ring and using his Herculean strength to push past any obstacle placed in his path. He has impressed and amazed both our fans and fellow WWE Superstars with his astonishing ability to overpower any foe.

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Perhaps no one knows more about being a king in sports-entertainment than WWE Hall of Famer, Jerry "The King" Lawler. Since King Booker challenged the Hall of Famer's right to call himself "King," the two have spared verbally. King Booker even brutalized Lawler when he informed him that he would face The King of Kings, Triple H, at SummerSlam. As Lawler recuperated from injuries, it came as no surprise who he supports in Sunday's royal showdown.

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With a golden opportunity in the Diva Battle Royal this Sunday at SummerSlam, two of the Diva division's most formidable in-ring competitors, Michelle McCool and Victoria, intend on bringing the Women's Championship to SmackDown. On a hot night in New Jersey this Sunday, these two Divas and others from Raw, SmackDown and ECW will brawl to become the No. 1 contender against Women's Champion Candice.

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This Sunday before SummerSlam, WWE Divas Mickie James, Michelle McCool, Jillian and Victoria will be on hand at Continental Airlines Arena for a special fundraiser with former Giants defensive end George Martin and his "Journey for 9/11."

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Greetings from under the 200X, black Resistol hat from soggy Oklahoma where the barbecue at J.R.'s is smoking, pigskins are in the air, and the Biggest Party of the Summer, SummerSlam, is just days away.

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Well I hope everyone's summer has been a good one. Even though it's almost over, you can still make the best of your time for the rest of summer. Here in New Jersey we've been dying for rain, so of course, this past week the rain decided to show up for five straight days. A little too much for me, but we needed it. Anyway, let's get started with the picks and see how it goes.

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As a former member of King Booker's royal court on SmackDown, Raw GM William Regal knows the former World Heavyweight Champion well. And as a native of England, Regal is a unique authority on what makes a true king. As Regal sipped Earl Grey tea, WWE.com recently caught up with him and got his thoughts on Sunday's SummerSlam matchup between King Booker and The King of Kings, Triple H.

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- The ringing in WWE Champion John Cena's ears was louder than ever. He held the back of his throbbing head and grimaced as WWE officials tended to him after Raw. At first, The Champ shrugged away the officials. But then he sighed and reluctantly let them flash a light in his eyes.

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It is said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Apparently, someone forgot to inform Chavo Guerrero. For two weeks running he has mocked his former amigo Rey Mysterio using a replica of the Master of the 619's mask. All the animosity Guerrero feels is certain to boil over when the two Mexican warriors meet up again at Sunday's SummerSlam.

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WWE's Biggest Party of the Summer is taking over with the Biggest Block Party of the Summer!

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The party to end all parties

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Some people mark their 20th anniversary with a candlelit dinner at a quiet restaurant. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of SummerSlam, however, WWE took a slightly different approach. On Sunday, more than 17,000 roaring fans helped celebrate the Biggest Party of the Summer at the Continental Airlines Arena and witnessed two of the most exciting resurrections in sports-entertainment history, the return of Rey Mysterio and Triple H.

Read Full Story»

No mom for Mr. McMahon, instead gets Mae

"Old chicken makes good soup." No, Mr. McMahon's words at SummerSlam won't be a slogan for Campbell's Soup. But they summed up the Chairman's night as he opened an invitation to the woman who mothered his illegitimate son. Mr. McMahon had hoped the woman would show up at SummerSlam and reveal which WWE Superstar is his illegitimate son.

Read Full Story»

WWE Champion John Cena def. Randy Orton

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- John Cena was supposed to be a dead Champ walking. After he took three vicious RKOs -- including one on a steel chair -- in three days from Randy Orton, questions about the WWE Champion's health swirled. The Legend Killer believed the WWE Championship he so coveted was practically gift-wrapped for the taking at SummerSlam. With memories of his World Championship win at SummerSlam three years ago burned in his head, Orton was convinced he would experience déjà vu Sunday night.

Read Full Story»

Batista def. World Heavyweight Champion The Great Khali (DQ, Khali retains)

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- He blocked the Khali Vise Grip. He kicked out of a pinfall after a thunderous Khali Bomb. He even took the 7-foot-3, 420-pound Great Khali off his feet with an unbelievable spinebuster and went on to win the match. The one thing Batista didn't do at SummerSlam? Win the World Heavyweight Championship.

Read Full Story»

Triple H def. King Booker

The 10-time World Champion is back and better than ever. To the roar of the Continental Airlines Arena crowd, The King of Kings made his return to the ring after a eight-month absence due to a torn quadriceps. In typical Triple H fashion, he spewed water to the delight of a rabid crowd that chanted his name. With "Time to Play the Game," pulsating in the background, The Game smiled at the crowd as it was like he'd never left.

Read Full Story»

Rey Mysterio def. Chavo Guerrero

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Welcome back, Rey Mysterio. After a career-threatening knee injury that kept him out of action for nearly 10 months, the sultan of the 619 treated our jubilant fans to his triumphant return at the twentieth annual SummerSlam, and dialed up much-deserved retribution against the opponent who nearly ended his career.

Read Full Story»

ECW Champion John Morrison def. CM Punk

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- For many weeks, CM Punk has been hot on the heels of John Morrison and the ECW Championship. The Straightedge Superstar headed into SummerSlam hoping that his momentum would carry him to victory and the gold, but Morrison put and end to that dream when he defeated Punk at the Biggest Party of the Summer.

Read Full Story»

Intercontinental Champion Umaga def. Mr. Kennedy and Carlito

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- He was pushed to the limit -- and at times it appeared he was going to be bulldozed himself. But at the end of the night at SummerSlam, Umaga still firmly held the Intercontinental gold between his teeth after turning back the challenge of Carlito and Mr. Kennedy in a Triple Threat Match.

Read Full Story»

Beer Drinking Contest

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- At the twentieth annual SummerSlam Sunday night, United States Champion Montel Vontavious Porter attempted to "stoop down" to common people's level by challenging Matt Hardy to a beer-drinking competition. Instead, he tasted only defeat and embarrassment, thanks to a keg-crushing Stunner from Matt's imbibing proxy, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.

Read Full Story»

Beth Phoenix wins Divas Battle Royal

At the end of the Divas Battle Royal at SummerSlam, Beth Phoenix remained the last woman standing. The beautiful — but deadly — Glamazon emerged victorious among the dozen Divas from across the WWE brands: Raw, SmackDown and ECW. In an impressive victory, Phoenix helped hurl her opponents over the ring ropes for the win and the opportunity to challenge Candice Michelle for the Women's Championship.

Read Full Story»

Kane def. Finlay

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Fighting through injured ribs, two shillelaghs and a short appearance by Hornswoggle, Kane kicked off the Biggest Party of the Summer by defeating fighting Irishman Finlay with a thunderous chokeslam.

Read Full Story»

Continental Airlines Arena's one millionth WWE fan

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — "It's not me, it's not me," reiterated a stunned Thomas Mezzacappa as he was awarded the honor of Continental Airlines Arena's One Millionth Fan. In pure disbelief by what he had just been told, a wide grin quickly surfaced on his face as he became the one millionth WWE fan to attend a WWE event in the Meadowlands arena since 1984.

Read Full Story»

Superstar Turning Points in WWE history

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Additional tickets made available

Addtional seats just made avaiable for tomorrow's SummerSlam pay-per-view at Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, NJ.

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Batista looks to break free

Since his WWE debut five years ago, SmackDown's Batista has become accustomed to stepping into the ring and using his Herculean strength to push past any obstacle placed in his path. He has impressed and amazed both our fans and fellow WWE Superstars with his astonishing ability to overpower any foe.

Read Full Story»

Point-Counterpoint: Lawler says Triple H is King of Kings

Perhaps no one knows more about being a king in sports-entertainment than WWE Hall of Famer, Jerry "The King" Lawler. Since King Booker challenged the Hall of Famer's right to call himself "King," the two have spared verbally. King Booker even brutalized Lawler when he informed him that he would face The King of Kings, Triple H, at SummerSlam. As Lawler recuperated from injuries, it came as no surprise who he supports in Sunday's royal showdown.

Read Full Story»

SmackDown Divas feel en-titled

With a golden opportunity in the Diva Battle Royal this Sunday at SummerSlam, two of the Diva division's most formidable in-ring competitors, Michelle McCool and Victoria, intend on bringing the Women's Championship to SmackDown. On a hot night in New Jersey this Sunday, these two Divas and others from Raw, SmackDown and ECW will brawl to become the No. 1 contender against Women's Champion Candice.

Read Full Story»

WWE makes 'Journey for 9/11'

This Sunday before SummerSlam, WWE Divas Mickie James, Michelle McCool, Jillian and Victoria will be on hand at Continental Airlines Arena for a special fundraiser with former Giants defensive end George Martin and his "Journey for 9/11."

Read Full Story»

J.R.'s Superstar of the Week - SummerSlam Special

Greetings from under the 200X, black Resistol hat from soggy Oklahoma where the barbecue at J.R.'s is smoking, pigskins are in the air, and the Biggest Party of the Summer, SummerSlam, is just days away.

Read Full Story»

Picking SummerSlam

Well I hope everyone's summer has been a good one. Even though it's almost over, you can still make the best of your time for the rest of summer. Here in New Jersey we've been dying for rain, so of course, this past week the rain decided to show up for five straight days. A little too much for me, but we needed it. Anyway, let's get started with the picks and see how it goes.

Read Full Story»

Point-Counterpoint: Regal says King Booker is real royalty

As a former member of King Booker's royal court on SmackDown, Raw GM William Regal knows the former World Heavyweight Champion well. And as a native of England, Regal is a unique authority on what makes a true king. As Regal sipped Earl Grey tea, WWE.com recently caught up with him and got his thoughts on Sunday's SummerSlam matchup between King Booker and The King of Kings, Triple H.

Read Full Story»

The Champ wounded and vulnerable

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- The ringing in WWE Champion John Cena's ears was louder than ever. He held the back of his throbbing head and grimaced as WWE officials tended to him after Raw. At first, The Champ shrugged away the officials. But then he sighed and reluctantly let them flash a light in his eyes.

Read Full Story»

Chavo (un)masks his contempt

It is said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Apparently, someone forgot to inform Chavo Guerrero. For two weeks running he has mocked his former amigo Rey Mysterio using a replica of the Master of the 619's mask. All the animosity Guerrero feels is certain to boil over when the two Mexican warriors meet up again at Sunday's SummerSlam.

Read Full Story»

Summer Beach Events

WWE's Biggest Party of the Summer is taking over with the Biggest Block Party of the Summer!

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