Power 25 du 5 Avril 2008
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Thanks for 36 years, Naitch. WOOOOOO!
16-0. The Deadman finally was able to overcome Edge and increased his WrestleMania streak by one. Though, now that he's carrying the World Heavyweight Championship again, he's the target.
Orton retained his title by impressively outplaying The Game at his own... game. Then on Raw, he snuffed the return of Matt Hardy with an RKO and another victory. The Age of Orton is upon us.
The Animal proved SmackDown is superior with an impressive victory over Umaga on Sunday. Now, what's his problem with The Showstopper ?
Though his Pedigree put Cena down, The Game missed out on the title win thanks to a punt from Orton. The King of Kings must be fuming over losing what he seemed to have won.
It's in the Bank. CM Punk won perhaps the biggest match of his career when he retrieved the briefcase. Now the Academy wants to know: Who? What? Where? When ?
The Rated-R Superstar pulled out all the stops in an attempt to end Undertaker's streak. The fact that the title is gone and 'Taker is 16-0 might tell you exactly how Edge is feeling.
The Showstopper stopped the Nature Boy's show. For some reason, we think Michaels would have been happier if he didn't move up a spot on this week's Power 25.
For the second time since returning from his injury, Cena tried to regain the WWE Championship that he never lost. For the second time since his return, Cena came up short to Randy Orton.
After earning a match against the ECW Champion in the FreeView Battle Royal, Kane won the ECW Championship in record fashion. Big week for the Big Red Machine.
The Intercontinental Champion may have missed out on the Money in the Bank, but he redeemed himself the next night on Raw with a big win over CM Punk.
BunnyMania was no match for The Glamazon. With Melina, she was able to dominate Ashley & Maria in a convincing victory on The Grandest Stage of Them All.
Chavo lost his title before he even knew what happened. Hopefully next time he faces the Big Red Machine one-on-one, he'll last more than eight seconds.
Big Show fell hard. All it took was Mayweather's posse, a few chair shots, and a set of brass knuckles to do it. We still wouldn't want to get in the ring with him.
Finlay fought the good fight, but still ended up losing. Though MIA this week, we hope he spent his time properly reacquainting himself with his son.
The Samoan Bulldozer ran out of gas against Batista on Sunday. His absence this week must be due to him refueling the tank. Prepare for him to return with a fury like never before.
The "Franchise Playa" got played, twice. Thanks to a returning Matt Hardy, the United States Champion puts two tallies in the loss column. It seems MVP was unable to get rid of the thorn in his side after all.
Mr. Kennedy did not live up to his word leaving with neither the Money in the Bank, nor either championship on Sunday. With nothing to say since, it seems he is having trouble extracting his foot from his mouth.
ECW's Gold Standard's week has left a bad taste in the Academy's mouth. After walking out of both WrestleMania and ECW without a victory, Benjamin looks closer to being fool's gold.
After a hard fought win over Finlay in 'Mania's Belfast Brawl, JBL let his intentions be known on Raw. With his sights now on the WWE Championship, the Age of Orton may be near its end.
With a quiet week after WrestleMania, the Jamaican Superstar seems to have been enjoying the Florida sun. Maybe next week he will be prepared to get back on the winning track.
Khali fell short of an ECW title opportunity at WrestleMania, and backed down from Big Show on Raw and SmackDown. Does this mean that the Punjabi giant is afraid to pick on somebody his own size?
If it was a 23-Man Battle Royal, the World's Strongest Man might have fought for the ECW Championship. Instead, Kane won the title and Henry was nowhere to be seen, perhaps hiding in embarassment.