If you didn't know any better, you would've thought that Chris Benoit and Chavo Guerrero had been lifelong enemies. The two former best friends and virtual family members relied on years of experience and mountains of toughness in providing one of the most physical battles of the night. In the end, misplayed interference from an "ailing" Vickie Guerrero contributed to another successful title defense for the Rabid Wolverine. 

Perhaps motivated by constant accusations of abuse, Chris Benoit was as determined as ever to stick it to SmackDown's devious duo at Armageddon. The U.S. Champion used his entire arsenal, including an incredible string of eight straight German Suplexes in mounting his offense and controlling the action.

Late in the match, Benoit appeared poised to put Chavo away when Vickie entered the ring with the U.S. Title in hand. As the crowd chanted, "Vickie sucks," Benoit turned around and stopped the Guerrero matriarch in her tracks. Vickie crumbled to the canvas, retreating from the hungry Wolverine. Ever the opportunist, Chavo attempted to take advantage of the situation. The challenger rolled Benoit up from behind, pulling on the tights for extra leverage, but the momentum was too much and Benoit was able to reverse the roll up into the Sharpshooter. Stuck in the middle of the ring and suffering from excruciating pain, Chavo was forced to tap out. 

After the match, a livid Vickie Guerrero offered the following comments to WWE.com.

"I am more upset than ever," said Guerrero. "I can't believe he tried to abuse me again. I was scared for my life out there. He will never be a part of the Guerrero family."

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If you didn't know any better, you would've thought that Chris Benoit and Chavo Guerrero had been lifelong enemies. The two former best friends and virtual family members relied on years of experience and mountains of toughness in providing one of the most physical battles of the night. In the end, misplayed interference from an "ailing" Vickie Guerrero contributed to another successful title defense for the Rabid Wolverine. 

Perhaps motivated by constant accusations of abuse, Chris Benoit was as determined as ever to stick it to SmackDown's devious duo at Armageddon. The U.S. Champion used his entire arsenal, including an incredible string of eight straight German Suplexes in mounting his offense and controlling the action.

Late in the match, Benoit appeared poised to put Chavo away when Vickie entered the ring with the U.S. Title in hand. As the crowd chanted, "Vickie sucks," Benoit turned around and stopped the Guerrero matriarch in her tracks. Vickie crumbled to the canvas, retreating from the hungry Wolverine. Ever the opportunist, Chavo attempted to take advantage of the situation. The challenger rolled Benoit up from behind, pulling on the tights for extra leverage, but the momentum was too much and Benoit was able to reverse the roll up into the Sharpshooter. Stuck in the middle of the ring and suffering from excruciating pain, Chavo was forced to tap out. 

After the match, a livid Vickie Guerrero offered the following comments to WWE.com.

"I am more upset than ever," said Guerrero. "I can't believe he tried to abuse me again. I was scared for my life out there. He will never be a part of the Guerrero family."

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