Gregory Helms went on WWE.com Unlimited and said that there's a conspiracy in WWE to hold him down. And he accused Jerry "The King" Lawler of being the biggest culprit. He said that Lawler has always made a joke of his career, especially when referencing his former Hurricane character. Helms could not take it any longer and confronted The King face to face on an edition of RAW. Lawler didn't back down and challenged the angry Superstar to a match at New Year's Revolution.

Helms dominated this match early on and seemed to be backing up his tough words. But Lawler is a wily veteran, and you can never count out someone with that much experience. Helms was so cocky, though, that he even joined in for some color commentary during his own match. His cockiness caught up to him, though, and he missed a running charge. Lawler took advantage of the miscue and hit the fistdrop for the win.

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Gregory Helms went on WWE.com Unlimited and said that there's a conspiracy in WWE to hold him down. And he accused Jerry "The King" Lawler of being the biggest culprit. He said that Lawler has always made a joke of his career, especially when referencing his former Hurricane character. Helms could not take it any longer and confronted The King face to face on an edition of RAW. Lawler didn't back down and challenged the angry Superstar to a match at New Year's Revolution.

Helms dominated this match early on and seemed to be backing up his tough words. But Lawler is a wily veteran, and you can never count out someone with that much experience. Helms was so cocky, though, that he even joined in for some color commentary during his own match. His cockiness caught up to him, though, and he missed a running charge. Lawler took advantage of the miscue and hit the fistdrop for the win.