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Week of WWE Wrestling: 09/20/2009 to 09/26/2009

Batista and Rey MysterioFor this  WWE week in review article was hard for me to come up with. Reasoning is, I don’t really think much has happened this week. Fredrick the Entertaiment, I mean, Credric the Entertainer was the Raw General Manager this past Monday Night, I didn’t find that news worthy other than this sentence of this week’s week in review.

I don’t watch ECW; I haven’t since Paul Heyman was fired, and since Bobby Lashley defeated the Big Show for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship several months after ECW was started. To me, the biggest news worthy story to come out this week was…

At Hell in a Cell, the Undisputed WWE World Tag Team Championship is up on the line when champions the JeriShow takes on the former WWE Tag Team Champions, Batista and Rey Mysterio.

One thing I want to get off my chest before I get more into why I am excited for that match at Hell in a Cell, it pissed me off that they gave away their ppv match on Smackdown this week! They had CM Punk and Undertaker face each other! Yes, it ended by a count-out, but really? I find this absolutely stupid! I do. I give Vince McMahon, the storyline writers, and Smackdown a “bad job” on booking this match “nine days” before their pay-per-view match. Don’t give away their main event match from Smackdown until the actual pay-per-views, if they want high pay-per-view rates. Come on now!

Back to the Undisputed Tag Title match at the next pay-per-view. Why am I excited for this match? Like said, both Mysterio and Batista are former WWE Tag Team Champions. All four men held some kind of World Championships in their careers. Together, they’ve held sixteen World Championships. If these four men faces Ric Flair in his prime, they would be even for the number of times they’ve held the World Title.

Anyways, these four men have been main eventers for the past decade, at least. They all held a World title during their career up to this pay-per-view, Hell in the Cell. I believe with the Big Show and Chris Jericho defending the Undisputed Tag titles against Mysterio and Batista, this helps build the tag team titles and the tag division back up to where it should be. With the success of the Undisputed Tag Team titles, why not unify the WWE and World Heavyweight Championships? Reasoning behind such an idea is, to help bring up the Tag Team title division, and to help make the United States and Intercontinental titles mean something.

But enough on that rant of unifying the WWE and World Heavyweight titles, back to the main topic of this article for the week. Chris Jericho and Big Show, the team I deem the “JeriShow,” I am happy that so far it seems like the WWE is doing great on making these two men seem like they’re a great tag team. If they make this match at Hell in a Cell a believable match and even extend this feud several months and let Mysterio and Jericho do their majic that they were working with in their feud for the Intercontinental Championship earlier this summer, this feud for the Undisputed Tag titles can and will help everyone and the tag division.

This is Eric Darsie from Minnesota, sitting at work, looking at my orange Powerade, in a content, but great, mood, goodbye!

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Eric G.

Eric is the owner and editor-in-chief of the Camel Clutch Blog. Eric has worked in the pro wrestling industry since 1995 as a ring announcer in ECW and a commentator/host on television, PPV, and home video. Eric also hosted Pro Wrestling Radio on terrestrial radio from 1998-2009. Check out some of Eric's work on his IMDB bio and Wikipedia. Eric has an MBA from Temple University's Fox School of Business.

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