Since ECW and SmackDown came to an agreement, the Land of the Extreme has been rumbling toward a hurricane. ECW on Sci Fi shook as Kane and Big Daddy V, along with two other beasts, competed in ECW's Monster Mash Battle Royal. Last Tuesday night, our fans witnessed even more commotion when Kane and Matt Striker faced off. On Sunday, Miami roared as the monsters were on opposing sides in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match. Now, it seems the collision is coming.
The rivalry between the Big Red Machine and Daddy began when the two met in the ring after ECW Champion CM Punk selected Kane as his partner in a 3-on-2 Handicap Match against ECW's behemoth, John Morrison and The Miz. SmackDown Acting General Manager Vickie Guerrero agreed to supply ECW with Friday-night Superstars in return for ECW General Manager Armando Estrada sending from the Land of the Extreme to SmackDown.
Just as Kane helped CM Punk to a victory in the Handicap Match, he also got the better of Daddy when he eliminated him from ECW's Monster Mash Battle Royal.
Kane and Big Daddy V continued to one-up the other since their hatred was born. When Daddy didn't show up on the last ECW on Sci Fi, allegedly because he suffered from the flu, his mentor Matt Striker announced to our fans to expect his monster to dominate at Survivor Series. Kane responded with a lesson of his own for Striker, leaving him on his back.
When the beasts met again, Big Daddy V stayed true to Striker's words, eliminating Kane from the Traditional Survivor Series Tag Team Elimination Match, but ultimately falling as Triple H & Jeff Hardy went on to win.
The Big Red Machine backs down from no challenge, but perhaps no challenge is larger than Big Daddy V.
The rumbling has increased and it's become a matter of time before these two Superstars explode into a collision between just the two of them, but when will that be? Be sure to watch ECW on Sci Fi on Tuesday at 10/9 CT to find out more.