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ECW:  Viewer Beware
Tuesday, September 25th, 2007


Another Tuesday night of ECW. . .

Show kicks off with Tommy Dreamer vs Kevin Thorn vs Elijah Burke, the second match in the championship chase series.  This seems like the exact same match was what they had last week with, minus Stevie Richards.  The heels started going at it with each other until they realized that there would be two winners in the match anyway, so why not double team Tommy??  This match seemed like it was in slow-motion.  Elijah gets the pin on Thorn after Dreamer finished him off, so it's Burke vs Tommy, winner faces CM Punk at No Mercy.

Remember when this show had something of interest on it every once in awhile??

CM Punk shakes hands with stagehands in the back and is confronted by Matt Striker and Big Daddy V.  Striker says he can better himself by going back to school.  Punk and V have a staredown. . .

Remember when this show had something of interest on it every once in awhile??

Mike Knox vs Little Guido. . .squash win for Knox. . .looks like he's getting the big push for a title match with Punk.  Afterwards, we cut to the back with Miz and his rats. . .they're up next. . .

The Miz vs Silas Young. . .looks like an old school type squash.  Kelly still has the Balls teddy bear.  Win for Miz with the reality check.  Balls music hits, he wants an answer from Kelly about going out on the date.  Miz says Kelly will give him an answer and he hits him in the face with the microphone.  Mahoney sells it like someone broke a baseball bat over the face.  Think of some of the stuff Balls did in the ECW version of ECW, and now he's selling pussy shots from the Miz.  Please. . .twenty minutes until this garbage is over. . .

Main event is CM Punk vs Matt Striker. . .another nothing match that fans really weren't into because Striker was wrestling.  Punk goes over the the GTS, Big Daddy runs in post match and leaves Punk laying.  Thank God it's over, this is the worst wrestling show on television. . .


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