Reported by Paul Nemer of WrestleView.com
» On Monday, September 9, 2002 at 8:23 AM EST
WWE Sunday Night Heat Results – September 8, 2002
Commentators: D Lo Brown & the Coach
Reported by: Christopher Ouellette of WrestleView.com
Open with standard pyrotechnic display and right into the first match.
Victoria vs. Jacqueline
The match started of with both participants pulling another’s hair. A near fall is the result of Victoria power-slamming Jackie. Jackie responds with a sunset flip and Victoria kicks out. Victoria hits a sidewalk-slam on Jackie for another near fall. Jackie is on the offensive first belly to back suplexing Victoria out of the corner and then hitting three kicks in a row concluding with a roundhouse to the head, after that its an easy 1, 2, 3. The crowd was really behind this match and the return of Jacqueline to in ring action.
Earlier Today: Howard Finkel and Raven discuss their departures from WWE Raw. Raven’s only response is that Sunday Night Heat is his own “personal playground,” quote the Raven, never more.
Shelton Benjamin vs. Shawn Stasiak
Collar and elbow tie-up by both men. Reversals from both and Stasiak ends up on the outside. Upon reentering the ring Stasiak slams Benjamin for a near fall. Benjamin sunset flips Stasiak for a near fall of his own. Benjamin then reverses a vertical suplex by Stasiak into a neck breaker, resulting in a near fall for Benjamin. Near fall by Stasiak. Stasiak blocks a kick, but Benjamin hits a spinning kick (that the Coach called the “Money Clip” for the pin.
Winner: Shelton Benjamin
WWE Raw Recap Part I
Video package of Shawn Michaels v. Triple H at Summer Slam. Recap of the Shawn Michaels interview from last Monday’s WWE Raw. Michaels warns Triple H, that “what goes around comes around.”
Lugz Presents the WWE Boot of the Week
D Lo Brown promised to induct Raven into the Sky High Hall of Fame and he did just that last week right here on WWE Sunday Night Heat.
Raven vs. Spike Dudley
Raven from the outset has his mind on D Lo positioned at the announcer’s table. In the ring posturing by Raven leads to him going to the outside and receiving a cross-body block by Spike. Raven reenters the ring by clotheslining Spike from the top rope, resulting in a near fall broken up by the ropes. Sleeper hold by Raven, Spike reverses holds and is violently backed into a corner for his work. Both competitors our on the mat for a nine count. Once both are vertical Spike hits a running bulldog for another near fall. Raven quickly responds with a Powerbomb. Raven gets Spike over to the corner and is punching him while asking if D Lo is watching this. D Lo stands up on the announce table, thus distracting Raven. Spike takes full advantage with a backslide from the corner for an easy 1, 2, 3. Nice ECW chant to start off the match from the crowd.
Winner: Spike Dudley
During the break
Coach must restrain D Lo from going after a taunting Raven on the ramp.
WWE Raw Recap Part II
Triple H is awarded the World Heavyweight Championship (formerly the NWA/WCW World Title Belt). Flair challenges Triple H. After Triple H retains the title, Chris Jericho slaps the Walls of Jericho on Flair and RVD attempts to save Flair, but receives a beating from Triple H for his effort. Later on, Triple H & Jericho lose to RVD & Flair. Via the 5 Star Splash on Triple H for the win.
Booker T gives everyone at Raw what they came to see, the “Spinaroonie”.
Steven Richards vs. Goldust
Match starts off with both competitors trying to gain the advantage by punching and slapping. Goldust coming off the ropes hits (what the Coach called) the “Butt-Bump”. Both men trade punches in the corner. Richards hits a neckbreaker on Goldust for a near fall. Technical mat work results in another near fall for Richards. Sunset flip resulting in a near fall for Goldust. Richards misses a kick and Goldust rolls him up for another near fall. Goldust takes Richards to the corner for the 10 punches. Stevie Kick, but Goldust blocks it and returns with a clothesline. Goldust hits the Curtain Call for the 1, 2, 3. Goldust was very over with the crowd from the moment his music and lighting hit.
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