WWE NYR PPV Results (1/7):HHH Injured, Cage Match, More

WWE NYR PPV Results (1/7):HHH Injured, Cage Match, More

Event: WWE New Years Revolution Pay-Per-View Results
Airdate: Sunday, January 7th, 2007
Location: The Kemper Arena in Kansas, City MO
Results by PowerWrestling.com

WWE New Years Revolution Opener:

They went immediately to the arena, and showed the steel cage being lowered for the Intercontinental Title match, which will open the PPV. They then went to the usual pre-PPV video package for the show.

Intercontinental Championship Match
Steel Cage Match
Referee: Chad Patton
Johnny Nitro vs. Jeff Hardy (c)

The start:

There was a Hardy chant at the start. Nitro hit a knee to the gut and worked over Hardy with kicks and punches in a corner. Hardy returned fire, stomping Nitro down. Hardy whipped Nitro hard into the opposite corner, and they continued to throw punches. Hardy got on the second rope, punched Nitro down in the corner, then swung down off the top rope with a kick to the chest. Nitro came back with a faceplant takedown for a two count. Nitro tried to ram Hardy into the cage, but Hardy put the brakes on and delivered a gourdbuster.

Mid-match notes:

Hardy missed a charge in the corner, and Nitro hit a springboard kick off the middle rope for a two count. Nitro started to climb up the cage, but Hardy pulled him back down. Nitro went for a backdrop after reversing a whip, but Hardy kicked it away and hit a clothesline. Hardy crawled for the door, but Nitro pulled him back in by the leg. Hardy gave Nitro a mule kick to break free, then began to climb up the cage. He kicked Nitro away once, but Nitro dropkicked Hardy so he would fall between the ropes and cage wall. Nitro hit some knees to the trapped Hardy, then dropkicked him.

Nitro climbed up, but Hardy grabbed him, and soon they were both fights on the ropes. Hardy jumped off the top rope and dropkicked Nitro, who was seated on the top rope, and they both fell hard to the mat. Nitro reversed a whip, and Hardy lept to the top rope, then went to go over the cage, but Nitro managed to grab his pants and stop him. Nitro delivered a second rope back superplex, laying out both men. Nitro mounted Hardy and hit some forearm shots. Nitro charged Hardy, but Hardy flung Nitro over his head, and Nitro went face first into the cage. Hardy then started to climb, and Nitro joined him. They slugged it out on the top rope, and Hardy hit a side Russian legsweep, driving both men to the mat.

Hardy climbed up, and Nitro followed. Nitro actually stepped on Hardy's back to get above him on the cage. They battled it out, with Nitro sitting on the cage and Hardy standing on the top rope, and Nitro gave Hardy a sunset flip into a powerbomb. Nitro started to climb up again, but Hardy got behind him, and Nitro ended up hung upside down with his legs entwined in the scaffolding that ran along the top of the cage. Nitro managed to free himself and fall back into the cage. Hardy climbed up another side, but Melina (ass shots below)whipped the cage with a belt, catching Hardy's fingers and sending him stumbling back into the ring, where Nitro nailed him with a top rope dropkick.

Nitro delivered a neckbreaker, then went to the top rope for a flying bodypress, but Hardy caught it and planted Nitro with a powerslam. Hardy then hit a Swanton Bomb off the top rope. He was slow to cover and Nitro got his foot on the bottom rope to break up the pin. Hardy hit a forearm and a trio of clotheslines. Hardy backdropped Nitro, but ran into a boot in the corner. Nitro climbed up the cage, but Hardy followed him up. Nitro got one leg out of the cage, but Hardy grabbed him by the hair and pulled him back in. Hardy tried a top rope Twist of Fate, but Nitro held onto the cage and Hardy fell to the mat.

The Finish:

Nitro regained his footing on the top rope, and went to climb out. Hardy went to crawl for the door, and Melina stood between the outside referee and the door. By the time the ref moved her and unlocked the door, Nitro was coming down the cage, right over the door. Hardy dropkicked the door, it swung open, and Nitro crotched himself on the top of the door. With Nitro crotched on the door, Hardy crawled out of it and got to the floor for the win at the fifteen minute mark.

Winner and still Intercontinental Champion, Jeff Hardy

Backstage:

Backstage, Todd Grisham interviewed Edge and Randy Orton. Edge said they needed to take out DX to assume their spot at the top of the company. He said tonight they would show DX that their run is over. Orton bragged about busting open Ric Flair and DX. He said they were fighting for their future. Edge said the DX reunion was "fun while it lasted, and sold a lot of t-shirts" but it would end tonight.

In the ring:

Lilian Garcia announced we would get a "bonus match", a Tag Team Turmoil match with the winning team receiving a future tag title match.

Tag Team Turmoil Match
Referee: Marty Elias
The Highlanders vs. The World's Greatest Tag Team

The Start:

Haas started out with Rory, going for a hiptoss, but getting his eyes raked. The Highlanders hit a double suplex, and Robbie scored a two count. Robbie hit an uppercut, then tagged in Rory. Haas ducked a double elbow, but was caught with a drop toe hold/elbow drop combo. Rory missed a charge in the corner when Shelton pulled Haas out of the way. Haas hit Rory with a clothesline and tagged Benjamin. Benjamin straddled Rory on the top rope as Haas held him, and scored a two count as Robbie ran in to break it up.

Mid-Match Notes:

Benjamin slammed Rory across Haas' knee into a backbreaker for a two count. Haas decked Rory with a right hand, then tagged Shelton, who kneed Rory in the back. Shelton put Rory in a rear chinlock, driving his knee into Rory's back. Shelton went for a slam, but Rory managed to shift his weight and fall on top of him. Rory went for some quick pins, but Shelton tripped him. Rory managed to break free and tag Robbie, who slammed Shelton and Haas. Robbie dropkicked both opponents, then clotheslined Shelton to the floor. Robbie slammed Haas, then went to the top rope for a rocket launcher, but Haas rolled away.

The Finish:

Rory went after Haas, and Haas pulled Rory through the ropes and to the floor. Meanwhile, Shelton got on the apron, jumped to the top rope, and grabbed Robbie with a superplex for the pin at the six minute mark.

Winners: The World's Greatest Tag Team

Tag Team Turmoil Match
Referee: Marty Elias
The World's Greatest Tag Team vs. "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan & Super Crazy

The Start:

Hacksaw and Benjamin traded punches, and Haas clipped him from behind. Haas & Benjamin worked over Hacksaw in their corner. There was actually a chant for Super Crazy as Hacksaw was being worked over. Duggan battled back against Haas, and hit the three point stance clothesline.

Mid-Match Notes:

Super Crazy got tagged in and dropkicked Haas twice. Haas then snapmared Haas and dropkicked him in the face. On the floor, Shelton rammed Hacksaw into the steps. Crazy hit a standing moonsault on Haas for a two count.

The Finish:

Crazy went to jump on the ropes, but Benjamin clipped him, and Haas hit a German supelx with a bridge for the win at the three minute mark.

Winners: The World's Greatest Tag Team

Tag Team Turmoil Match
Referee: Marty Elias
The World's Greatest Tag Team vs. Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch

The Start:

Cade and Murdoch ran down and immediately ambushed Haas & Benjamin. Cade slammed Benjamin, and they gave him a reverse atomic drop/boot to the face combo. Murdoch then unloaded with punches on Benjamin. Murdoch put Benjamin in an armbar. Cade tagged in and hit a neckbreaker for a pair of two counts, then dropped an elbow for another two.

Mid-Match Notes:

Cade slammed Benjamin, then dropped Murdoch into a legdrop on top of Benjamin for a two count. Murdoch went for a vertical suplex, but Benjamin floated over and hit a neckbreaker. Benjamin tagged in Haas, who cleaned house with punches. He dropkicked Murdoch, backdropped Cade, gave Murdoch a boot to the face, and gave Cade an exploder suplex. Haas gave Murdoch a top rope dropkick. The match degenerated into a brawl.

The Finish:

Haas put Murdoch in the Haas Of Pain, but Cade jumped off the ropes and nailed Haas while Benjamin was being escorted out of the ring by the referee. Murdoch crawled onto Haas for the pin at the four minute mark.

Winners: Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch

Tag Team Turmoil Match
Referee: Marty Elias
Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch vs. Cryme Tyme

The Start:

Shad ran in and immediately went to work on Cade. JTG came in for a cannonball type move on Cade for a two count. Cade and Murdoch pulled JTG into their corner to work him over, but JTG grabbed Murdoch with a backslide for a two count. Murdoch kicked away a backdrop attempt, and Cade & Murdoch hit a legsweep/clothesline combo for a two count.

Mid-Match Notes:

Cade worked over JTG with elbows and punches, then Murdoch tagged in and hit a back elbow. Cade & Murdoch continued to work over JTG, tagging in and out and pounding him. JTG managed to grab Murdoch in a small package, but the referee was busy with Cade. Murdoch slammed JTG, but then jumped off the second rope into a boot. Cade cut off the hot tag to Chad, and set up JTG for a double suplex. He floated over and made the hot tag to Shad, who hit a double clothesline and began cleaning house. Shad eventually succumbed to the two-on-one, but Shad dodged the legsweep/clothesline combo.

The Finish:

Murdoch was sent from the ring, and Cryme Tyme hit a Samoan Drop/neckbreaker combo on Cade for the pin at the seven minute mark.

Winners: Cryme Tyme

Backstage:

Vince McMahon was backstage chatting with Jonathan Coachman about the Donald Trump-Rosie O'Donnell feud. They both commented that it was like something out of WWE. Vince said they should settle it with "physical violence". Vince said he was going to put together Donald Trump vs. Rosie O'Donnell for Monday Night Raw tomorrow. Coach kissed up to Vince for inventing the "You're Fired" line, and Vince got bored with him and walked off. Coach then turned around, and Ron Simmons was standing there. Ron said "Damn".

In the arena:

Dykstra came out in a poor man's version of a Ric Flair robe, then had them air footage of Flair being attacked by Rated RKO last Monday night on RAW. Dykstra said everyone was tired of watching Flair get beat down every week, but Dykstra said that was too bad, as he was going to beat him down again. Flair's music interrupted Dykstra, and Flair made his entrance.

Referee: Michael Chioda
Kenny Dykstra vs. "Nature Boy" Ric Flair

The Start:

Dykstra grabbed a headlock at the start and hit a shoulderblock as Flair shoved him into the ropes. Kenny did the Flair strut. Flair hit a shoulderblock of his own, then Kenny leapfrogged Flair and dropkicked him. Kenny hit a fistdrop, and pounded Flair in a corner. Flair responded with some chops, and they went back and forth. Flair hit some chops, then a back elbow. Flair chopped Kenny over the top rope and to the floor.

Mid-Match Notes:

Kenny got on the apron, and Flair yanked him throat first across the top rope. Kenny fell back to the floor, but grabbed Flair by the foot and dragged him to the outside. Kenny suplexed Flair on the floor, then rolled him into the ring for a two count. Dykstra hit a suplex for a two count, then elbowed Flair in the back three times.

Kenny went for a Boston Crab, turning it over and Flair initially fought it off. Flair struggled in the hold, stuck in the center of the ring. Flair managed to move a little towards the ropes, really selling the pain of the move. Flair finally made the ropes for a break. Kenny hit a fistdrop, then stomped Flair. Kenny hit some punches in the corner, but Flair returned fire with punches and chops. Kenny got the better of the exchange, and went for a figure four, but Flair rolled him into a small package for a two count. Flair hit some punches, then chops. Kenny ran into a Flair elbow, then Flair went to the top rope. Kenny caught him, and slammed him off the top rope. The announcers pointed out how rarely that move works for Flair.

Kenny hit a top rope dropkick for a two count. Kenny went after Flair in a corner, but Flair poked him in the eyes and chopblocked his leg out. Flair hit another chopblock, then delivered a kneedrop. Flair grabbed Kenny by the leg, paused to stand on Kenny's groin, then applied the figure four leglock. The crowd, which was into Flair throughout the match, chanted for Kenny to tap. Kenny's shoulders went down, but he lifted them up at two. Flair slapped Kenny while maintaining the hold. Kenny eventually made the ropes, forcing a break.

The Finish:

Flair pounded Kenny in the corner with chops and punches. The referee kept getting in Flair's way. Flair moved the ref to the side, and Kenny hit Flair with a low blow (that the ref didn't see). Kenny rolled Flair into a small package for the pin at the ten minute mark.

Winner: Kenny Dykstra by pinfall

Backstage:

Backstage, Johnny Nitro was having his shoulder iced down. He told Melina to call Mercury, and promise him that the Hardys would pay for this. As Melina went to go make the call, Victoria approached her. Victoria told Melina her name isn't on her checklist. Victoria told Melina that they could work together, and if Melina helps Victoria win the Women's Title, she would get the first title shot. Victoria told Melina to think about it and walked off.

WWE Womens Championship Title Match
Referee: Jack Doan
Victoria vs. Mickie James (c)

The Start:

Before the match started, a video package was shown how Victoria has been decimating the Women's division on Raw over the past six weeks en route to her title shot tonight. They locked up, and Victoria shoved Mickie to the mat. Victoria took Mickie down with a waistlock and applied a chinlock with a bridge. Victoria went into a front facelock, but Mickie reversed into an armbar. Victoria reversed into her own armbar, and Mickie cartwheeled out of it and hit a monkeyflip.

Mid-Match Notes:

They exchanged arm wringers, then Victoria grabbed a side headlock. Mickie shoved Victoria into the ropes, and Victoria hit a shoulderblock, but Mickie tripped her. Mickie hit a pair of armdrags, then a dropkick for a two count. Mickie kicked Victoria in the corner, but Victoria reversed a whip. Victoria ran into an elbow. Mickie went for a headscissors and slipped completely out. Her entire left nipple was clear-as-day on camera and the crowd popped loud for it. We've got 9 EXCLUSIVE photos at the link at the very bottom of this post. You **MUST** we 18+ years of age to view as they are considered pornographic material. Victoria tossed her off onto the ring apron, then kicked her to the floor. Victoria hit a baseball slide dropkick, then dropped Mickie face first on the security wall.

Victoria yelled something at Lilian Garcia as she got back in the ring, and Mickie grabbed Victoria into a small package, but Victoria kicked out. Victoria stomped Mickie, then choked her against the ropes. Victoria flung Mickie across the ring by the hair and got a two count. Victoria went to the middle rope for a moonsault, but Mickie rolled out of the way. Mickie hit some right hands, then a series of reverse elbows. Mickie threw some jabs, then decked Victoria with a punch for a two count. Mickie gave Victoria a back elbow and caught her with a rana. Victoria rolled to the apron. Mickie gave Victoria a forearm, knocking her to the floor. Melina came out to help Victoria up.

Mickie rolled out of the ring and decked Melina, then kicked Victoria and threw her back into the ring. Mickie went for a DDT, but Melina hooked her foot. Maria and Candice came out to counteract Melina, engaging in a brief brawl, as Mickie rolled up Victoria for a two count.

The Finish:

Victoria lifted Mickie for a slam, but Mickie reversed it into a DDT for the pin at the seven minute mark. Maria, Candice and Lilian celebrated with Mickie as Melina yelled at them from ringside.

Winner and Still WWE Womens Champion, Mickie James by pinfall

A video package highlighting the history between D-Generation X and Rated RKO was shown before D-Generation X made their way to the ring.

In the ring:

Shawn Michaels ran around the ring with the microphone in hand before giving it to Triple H to do their pre-match ritual promo of "Are You Ready?".

WWE Tag Team Championship Title Match
Referee: Marty Elias
D-Generation X vs. Rated RKO (c)

The Start:

DX charged Edge & Orton in the aisle as they came out and they began brawling at ringside. Triple H suplexed Edge on the floor. Michaels chopped Orton on the outside. Triple H backdropped Edge on the rampway. Michaels floated over a suplex attempt by Orton and rammed him into the ring steps. Triple H rubbed Edge's face across the ramp, then tossed him into the ring to officially start the match.

Mid-Match Notes:

DX worked over Edge in their corner, with Triple H tearing at Edge's face. Triple H hit a clothesline in the corner, then stomped his hand. Triple H continued to try and rearrange Edge's face. Triple H rammed Edge into the outstretched boots of Shawn Michaels, then tagged him in. Michaels hit a chop, but missed a charge in the corner.

Edge tagged in Orton, who went to work on Michaels with right hands. Orton ran into a boot by Michaels, then hit a chop, snap mared Orton, then stomped him in the face. Michaels kicked Orton in the midsection, then stomped him in the side of the head. Triple H tagged in and decked Orton with a right hand. Triple H dropped a knee, then pulled Orton across the ring apron and elbowed him from the outside. Michaels then hit a ring apron legdrop. Triple H covered Orton for a two count. Michaels tagged in and chopped Orton, then stomped him in the head again. Orton was busted open. Michaels bit the forehead of Orton. Michaels tagged in Triple H, and the took turns slugging Orton. Triple H worked over the cut with punches. Edge tried to knee HHH from the apron, but Triple H grabbed Edge and pulled him into the ring. Triple H worked over both men, but Edge clipped his knee, taking him down.

Orton legally tagged in Edge, who began pounding the leg of Triple H. Edge kept kicking at the leg, then wrapped it around the middle rope and yanked it. Edge pulled Triple H's leg from the outside and whipped it into the ringpost. Edge let out a "Whoo" and went for a figure four, but Triple H kicked him off into a corner. Michaels tagged in and gave Edge a flying forearm, kipped up, and gave Edge a reverse atomic drop. Michaels knocked Orton off the apron. Michaels slammed Edge, then went to the top rope and hit the elbowdrop. Orton ran in and clotheslined Michaels. Triple H clotheslined Orton over the top rope to the floor. The referee got Triple H out of the ring. Michaels backdropped Edge to the floor, then hit a tope con hilo onto Edge and Orton. Michaels tossed Edge back in. As Michaels got on the apron, Orton grabbed his leg, and that allowed Edge to spear Michaels between the ropes, knocking him back to the floor. Orton nailed Michaels with one of the tag title belts. Triple H ran over and hit Orton, but Michaels was busted open.

Michaels was a bloody mess as he crawled back onto the apron. Edge pulled Michaels up on the apron and hit a series of right hands. Orton tagged in and hit a side neckbreaker for a two count. Orton stomped Michaels, then hit a kneedrop to the back of the head for a two count. Edge tagged in and worked over Michaels with punches. Edge whipped Michaels hard into a corner, then hit a backbreaker for a two count. Orton tagged in and gave Michaels repeated forearms to the back. Orton stood on Michaels' chest and posed. Michaels battled back, exchanging shots with Orton. Orton raked Michaels eyes when he started getting the better of the exchange.

Edge tagged in and they hit a double backbreaker on Michaels. Triple H broke up the count. Edge put Michaels in a surfboard. Michaels hulked up and broke out of it, then exchanged shots with Edge. Michaels hit a back suplex on Edge, but Edge scored with a kick before Michaels could go make the tag. Orton tagged in and trash talked Michaels, measuring him for the RKO. Orton went for the move, but Michaels tossed him away and made the hot tag to Triple H as Orton tagged in Edge.

HHH nailed Edge with clotheslines and a jumping knee. Triple H pounded both Edge and Orton. Triple H gave Edge a facebuster on the knee, then clothesline him out of the ring. Triple H gave Orton a spinebuster for two (even though he isn't legal). Triple H got up limping, and gave Edge a spinebuster as he ran back in. Triple H got up limping again, and went for a Pedigree on Edge. Orton grabbed Triple H and gave him a sloppy RKO. Michaels superkicked Orton, but Edge shoved Michaels through the ropes and to the floor. Edge then crawled onto Triple H for a two count. Edge measured Triple H for a spear, but Triple H moved out of the way and Edge hit the corner.

Triple H went for a Pedigree on Edge. Orton ran in with a chair, in front of the referee, looked like he was about to hit Triple H, then turned around and ran back out without using it. That was bizarre. Triple H hit a weak pedigree on Edge, and Edge kicked out of it. Shawn Michaels got into the ring, ran across it, and hit Orton with a tope on the other side. Michaels then grabbed the referee and decked him. Michaels and Triple H then grabbed some chairs and beat the crap out of Edge and Orton. Orton was a bloody mess.

Winners: and Still WWE Tag Team Champions, Rated RKO by Disqualification

The Aftermath:

DX cleared off both of the announce tables. Triple H set up Edge for a pedigree on one table, while Michaels put Orton on the other. Triple H gave Edge a pedigree on the table, but the table didn't break. Triple H pointed at Michaels, and Michaels came off the top rope with an elbowdrop, putting Orton through the table (that one did break) at the twenty four minute mark. Michaels and Triple H then celebrated and walked off triumphant.

Backstage:

Todd Grisham interviewed the WWE Champion John Cena about his match against the undefeated Samoan Bulldozer Umaga. Cena intentionally overhyped the match, making jokes about Umaga. Cena then got serious, noting that Umaga has never been pinned or forced to submit. Cena said he wouldn't just hand over the WWE Title because Umaga is supposed to be unbeatable. He said nothing lasts forever, nothing is impossible, and nothing would stop him from walking out the WWE Champion.

Referee: Chad Patton
Chris Masters vs. Carlito

The Start:

As Carlito made his entrance, they showed the recent events between Carlito and Masters. Chris Masters stalled at the start, then locked up and pushed Carlito into the ropes. Carlito came right back with a double leg takedown and hit some right hands and chops. Carlito hit a shoulderblock in the corner, then booted Masters in the face and hit a facebuster off the second rope. Masters reversed a whip and hit a backdrop, then flexed his muscles for Torrie at ringside.

Mid-Match Notes:

Masters slammed Carlito, then kicked him in the gut. Masters went for a back suplex, but Carlito flipped over it and hit a dropkick. Masters backdropped Carlito to the ring apron and tried to ram him into the ringpost, but Carlito blocked it and kicked masters. Carlito then hit a double springboard moonsault onto a standing Masters for a two count. Masters grabbed Carlito by the trunks and pulled him into the middle turnbuckle.

Masters went for the Masterlock, and Carlito reversed it, then Masters reversed it, but couldn't get the hold locked in, so he gave Carlito a one armed back suplex instead. Masters dragged Carlito around the ring by the hair, then hit a backbreaker for a two count. Masters hit a backbreaker and pushed down on Carlito's chin to stretch him across his knee. Carlito kicked up his knee into Master's head to break free.

Carlito leapfrogged Masters, but got caught with a clothesline for a two count. Masters trash talked Carlito, saying he was trying to impress Torrie. Carlito ducked a clothesline and hit a springboard reverse elbow. Carlito hit a kneelift and a clothesline, then gave Masters a flapjack for a two count.

The Finish:

Masters reversed a whip, and Carlito went for a bodyscissors, but Masters blocked it and went for the Masterlock. Carlito dropped down to avoid it, trying to grab a bodyscissors for a rollup again, but Masters dropped down on him and grabbed his trunks for the win at the six minute mark.

Winner: Chris Masters by pinfall

The Aftermath:

After the match was over, Masters laid out Carlito and put him in the Masterlock. After the referee got him to break the hold, Masters started to make his way up the ramp. Halfway up the rampway, he turned around and saw Torrie attempting to revive Carlito in the ring. Masters turned back towards the ring and teased going back to get Torrie, but then smirked and turned back around and left.

A video package highlighting the recent events between Umaga and John Cena was shown before the challenger made his way to the ring. The music of John Cena hit the arena as he made his way to the ringside area for the main event.

WWE Championship Title Match
Referee: Michael Chioda
Umaga vs. John Cena (c)

The Start:

From the ring apron, Umaga tossed the world champ over the top rope. Umaga rammed Cena into the ring steps, as senior referee Mike Chioda started to count. Umaga hit a samoan drop at 3:15. Umaga rammed Cena's head into the battered announce table. Umaga hit a side walk slam, but Cena put his foot on the bottom rope at the 7 minute mark. Cena tried the FU, but his legs gave out and he was crushed by Umaga's weight. Umaga continued his offensive assault with very little crowd reaction. A "Cena, Cena" chant could be heard at 12:00, as Umaga worked over Cena's left arm. Umaga missed a thumb off the middle rope, which allowed Cena some time to recover. Five knuckle shuffle by Cena, but couldn't hit the FU. Belly to belly suplex by Umaga. Umaga headbutted Cena as he was tied up in the ropes.

Cena won with a roll up at 17:16 to retain the WWE title.

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