WWE Sunday Night Heat
June 8, 2003
Commentators: Jonathan Coachman and Al Snow
Reported by: Dave Missert of wrestleview.com
Hey everyone after a long, long weekend, I’m here to put the cap on another week of WWE TV with the best show in the lineup, Sunday Night Heat. Let’s do it to it.
Before I start, has anyone noticed that the opening graphics for Heat are pretty lame? That’s what my thought is.
Val Venis vs. Rosey
Val cuts a promo about starting his own porn company and how he needed hot chicks to try out. And here comes Rosey. Rosey starts the match with a body slam and a leg drop, followed by a two count. Rosey hits his head on the turnbuckle, and Val counters with some kicks and punches. Val attempts a Russian Legsweep, but is blocked by Rosey. Val goes for a slam, but Rosey falls on him for a two count. Big splash by Rosey, he tries again, but is met with a boot to the face. Val hits a dropkick and a body slam, as well as a couple of elbow drops. Val climbs to the top rope and hits the Moneyshot for the victory.
Winner by Moneyshot: Val Venis
Chris Nowinski is shown approaching Teddy Long and Rodney Mack, saying that he helped them last week because he too is a minority. He now wants to Back the Mack. Baleedat.
Maven vs. Mike Knox
Collar and elbow to open and the rookie shoves Maven into the corner. Collar and elbow again, and now Maven shoves Knox. Deep arm drag by maven as he locks in the dreaded arm bar. More arm bars by the Tough Enough alum, but Knox breaks the hold, and punches Maven in the back. Dropkick by Maven and more arm bars, followed by a two count. Snake eyes by Knox and a neckbreaker as the rookie goes for the cover. Knox to the middle rope and misses the flying elbow drop. Maven unleashes a flurry of moves, including a flying burrito and a dropkick. Maven hits a missile dropkick resulting in a three count.
Winner by pinfall: Maven
Classy Freddie Blassie Tribute video
This was a great tribute to a great man. He’ll be missed
Highlights from Raw
Highlights of the Rock showing up to be on Chris Jericho’s Highlight Reel are shown.
Lance Storm vs. Lance Cade
Tie up to open the match, followed with some basic mat moves. The two Lance’s try to exchange arm drags, but they block each other. Lance Storm goes to work on the legs of the newcomer, but Cade hits an Insiguri (can someone please tell me how to spell that). Back drop by Cade, followed by a big clothesline and a two count. Bulldog by Cade for another two count, as Coach and Al compare him to Barry Windham. Storm locks in the modified Boston Crab, but Cade breaks the hold and rolls up Storm in a small package for a two count. Lance Storm locks on his Sharpshooter as Cade taps out.
Winner: Lance Storm
Highlights from Raw
Highlights of the Jericho/Christian vs. Goldust/Booker T match are shown. Goldberg had a run in after the match and as he went to spear Jericho, he missed and speared the ref.
Chris Nowinski & Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long) vs. Spike Dudley & Tommy Dreamer
The match opens in the aisle, as Mack and Nowinski attack the good guys on their way to the ring. Battering Ram by Tommy Dreamer to open. Tommy with a Dragon Screw Whip to Nowinski as he tags into his partner Spike. Chris Harvard and Mack double team Spike for a while and Mack hits an Ultimate Warrior splash for a two count. Spike gets tossed to the floor and gets attacked by Nowinski. Spike with a rollup and a two count. The bad guys are abusing Spike as Tommy Dreamer keeps trying to interfere but gets stopped by ref. Chris Harvard misses a flying elbow as Spike makes the hot tag to Tommy Dreamer, who hits a spine buster and a DDT for a near fall. Tag to Spike who climbs to the top and jumps onto Chris Harvard’s chest. Spike tries to punch Teddy Long, who was standing on the apron as Nowinski hits Spike with his facemask. Bubba Ray and D’Von come to the rescue as the bell rings. The Dudley’s get the tables, and set up Mack for a 3D, but Nowinski makes the save as the show ends.
Winner: No Contest