WWE Breaking Point 2009 Matches


WWE has another pay per view event. WWE Breaking Point 2009 is a pay per view event which will be held on September 13, 2009, 8PM ET/5PM PT at Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec. As early as now, buy tickets for this event so you will not miss it


The following are the WWE Breaking Point 2009 matches:
1. Randy Orton vs. John Cena in a “I Quit” match for the WWE Championship
2. Chris Jericho and The Big Show vs. MVP and Mark Henry in a Tag team match for the Unified WWE Tag Team Championship
3. CM Punk vs. The Undertaker in a Submission match for the World Heavyweight Championship
4. D-Generation X (Triple H and Shawn Michaels) vs. The Legacy (Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase) in a Submissions Count Anywhere match
5. The Great Khali vs. Kane in a Singapore Cane match
6. John Morrison vs. Dolph Ziggler in a Singles match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship

WWE The Bash 2009


WWE The Bash 2009 is an upcoming wrestling ppv event produced by WWE, which is scheduled on June 28, 2009 at ARCO  Arena in Sacramento, California. The Bash 2009 will feature talent from the Raw, SmackDown, and ECW brands. The Bash  2009 WWE Theme song is “Whyyawannabringmedown” by Aranda. The 2009 The Bash WWE Poster features Batista.

WWE The Bash 2009 Matches

 Randy Orton vs. Triple H in a Singles match for the WWE Championship.


CM Punk vs. Jeff Hardy in a Singles match for the World Heavyweight Championship.


The Colóns (Carlito and Primo) vs. The Legacy (Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase) in a Tag team match for the Unified  WWE Tag Team Championship.


Tommy Dreamer vs. Jack Swagger vs. Christian vs. Mark Henry vs. Finlay in a Championship Scramble for the ECW Championship


Melina vs. Michelle McCool in a Singles match for the WWE Women’s Championship


Chris Jericho vs. Rey Mysterio in a Mask vs. Title match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship


John Cena vs. The Miz in a Singles match


WWE Extreme Rules 2009

WWE Extreme Rules 2009 is an upcoming professional wrestling PPV event produced by WWE, which will slated for June 7, 2009 at the New Orleans Arena in New Orleans, Louisiana. There are currently 7 matches scheduled for the 2009 WWE Extreme Rules PPV featuring Superstars from Raw, SmackDown, and ECW brands.


2009 WWE Extreme Rules Matches

Randy Orton vs. Batista in a  Steel Cage match for the WWE Championship.


The fued for WWE Championship between Randy Orton and Batista never quite settled at Judgment Day 2009 as Orton lost his match against Batista by getting himself intentionally disqualified for hitting the referee and thus retained the WWE Championship. As a result, Vickie Guerrero, had decided that Orton would face Batista in a steel cage match at Extreme Rules 2009, once again defending his WWE Championship Title.

The Big Show vs. John Cena in a Submission match


At WWE Backlash 2009, Big Show interfered in John Cena’s Last Man Standing match against Edge and chokeslammed him though a spotlight, causing Cena to lose the match and the World Heavyweight Championship to Edge. John Cena had his revenge at Judgment Day 2009. Then, on the May 18 episode of Raw, it was announced Big Show would have a rematch with Cena at Extreme Rules in a submission match, which can only be won by a wrestler forcing their opponent to submit.

Edge vs Jeff Hardy in a Ladder match for the World Heavyweight Championship.


WWE Champion Edge retained his championship against Jeff Hardy at Judgment Day 2009. Theodore Long, the SmackDown general manager, announced on the May 22 episode of SmackDown that, due to Matt Hardy’s interference in the title match at Judgment Day, Jeff Hardy would get a rematch (Ladder Match) against Edge

Rey Mysterio vs. Chris Jericho in a No Holds Barred match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship


CM Punk vs. Umaga in a Samoan Strap match.


Umaga continued to attack CM Punk even after defeating him at Judgment Day 2009. On May 22 episode of SmackDown he interfered in CM Punk’s match against Chris Jericho by assaulting Punk with a leather strap, and issuing a challenge to Punk for what he called a Samoan strap match at Extreme Rules.

Vickie Guerrero vs. Santina Marella in a Hog Pen match for crown of “Miss WrestleMania”


Christian vs. Tommy Dreamer vs. Jack Swagger in a Triple Threat match for the ECW Championship


On the May 26 episode of ECW, Swagger announced that Christian would be defending the championship against him again at Extreme Rules, but the ECW general manager, Tiffany stated that Dreamer had been added to the match, making it a triple threat hardcore match, a match with no disqualifications or countouts, and the first man to score a pinfall or submission would win.

Judgment Day 2009 Results – Video

Judgment Day 2009 Results

judgement day 2009

John Morrison defeats Shelton Benjamin

Umaga defeats CM Punk


Christian defeats Jack Swagger

Rey Mysterio defeats Chris Jericho

John Cena defeats Big Show

Batista wins by disqualification over Randy Orton

Edge defeats Jeff Hardy



WWE Judgement Day 2009

2009 WWE Judgment Day is an upcoming professional PPV event produced by WWE, which will take place on May 17, 2009 at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago.


WWE Judgement Day 2009 Matches

Randy Orton vs. Batista in a singles match for the WWE Championship.


Christian vs. Jack Swagger in a Singles match for the ECW Championship.


Edge vs. Jeff Hardy in a Singles match for the World Heavyweight Championship.


The Big Show vs John Cena in a Singles match


WWE Backlash 2009

Here is a preview of WWE Backlash with predictions included.


C.M. Punk vs. Kane

These two were recently drafted to Smackdown. This should be a decent match as Punk has a very entertaining and athletic style, while Kane is one of the more athletic big men in the WWE. Punk beat Kane out in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match at Wrestlemania and then beat him again on Raw this week, while Kane beat him in a tag match on WWE Superstars. If they hope to rebuild Kane as a monster heel on Smackdown, he needs to win here. Punk has a world title match in his back pocket and really doesn’t need the win here.

Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat vs. Chris Jericho

Jericho, who was recently drafted to Smackdown, continues his feud with WWE legends this Sunday against Ricky Steamboat. Steamboat has looked pretty good in a couple of tag matches and it will be interesting to see if he can hold his own in a 1 on 1 match. Jericho is a consumate pro and can have a good match with just about anyone. Steamboat was one of the best pure wrestlers in his prime and he still has something left. This should be a fairly entertaining match. The legends rarely beat the current superstars and a loss here would kill Jericho’s momentum, so expect him to come out on top.

Jeff Hardy vs. Matt Hardy (I Quit Match)

These two real-life brothers will go at it once again. This has been an entertaining feud featuring an “extreme rules match,” a “stretcher match” and it will now culminate with an “I quit match.” The stipulation is a little unusual since neither of these two is a submission wrestler. However, these two pros are likely to put on another good match. Matt is on the biggest roll of his career and is on the verge of breaking into the main-event picture. A loss would kill his momentum so he needs another win here. Don’t expect Jeff to say “I quit,” though. That would make him look weak. Expect Matt to win on a referee stoppage.

Christian vs. Jack Swagger (ECW Title Match)

Nice to see the ECW title defended on pay per view. For some reason, it was not defended at Wrestlemania. Swagger is a very good young wrestler with a lot of potential, while Christian is a cagey veteran with a very entertaining style based on his great athleticism. If this is given enough time, it should be a nice match. Swagger has had very few successful title defenses and he needs a big pay per view win over a credible opponent. Expect him to pick up a dubious win.

Edge vs. John Cena (World Title Last Man Standing Match)

These two will write another chapter in their great rivalry. These two, along with the Big Show, are coming off a very strong match at Wrestlemania. They have great chemistry and always put on a fun match. Expect an entertaining back and forth match with numerous 8 and 9 counts. This type of match favors Cena and it is hard to pick against him in a big match, but considering the fact that Smackdown has no world title right now, expect the ultimate oportunist Edge to somehow figure out a way to pull it out and bring the title back to Smackdown.

Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, Ted Dibiase vs. HHH, Batista, Shane McMahon (WWE Title Match)


The stipulations in this match are that if anyone on Orton’s team pins anyone on HHH’s team, Orton wins the title, and if anyone on HHH’s team gets counted out or disqualified, Orton also wins the title. Wouldn’t expect a very good match here. Batista is likely to have some rust, Shane is a part-timer, Rhodes and Dibiase have never been in such a high profile match, and Orton and HHH had a very lackluster match at Wrestlemania. That’s not a good formula for a quality match. They have teased the possibility of Orton winning the title on a DQ but that would not be a good idea as it would make him look weak as the new champion. If he beat someone other than HHH, it would also make him look weak. Considering the fact that he beat HHH on Raw, don’t expect HHH to lay down for him once again. HHH’s team will win but someone other than Orton will take the loss in order to keep him as a strong challenger.