WWE Sunday Night Heat Results - 8/29/04 (Benoit vs. Tomko, Maven and more)
Reported by Adam Martin of WrestleView.com
On Monday, August 30, 2004 at 1:04 AM EST
WWE Sunday Night Heat Results - 8/29/04
Taped From: Anaheim, California
Commentators: Al Snow & Todd Grisham
Quick Report By: Adam Martin of WrestleView.com
- Rodney Mack w/ Jazz defeated Maven. The match ended when Jazz knocked Maven off the top rope, allowing Mack to roll up Maven for the win.
- Highlights of RAW this past Monday night was shown of the RAW Diva Search contest that saw The Coach get kicked out of the ring by The Rock. During his surprise appearance, The Rock has the remaining contestants eat pie brought out by Tajiri. Soon after, The Coach & La Resistance hit the ring to take out The Rock and Tajiri. Rhyno joined soon after to even it up which led to The Rock giving The Coach a People's Elbow.
- Highlights of RAW this past Monday night was shown of the remaining members of Evolution coming to the ring (Triple H, Ric Flair & Batista). Triple H demands that Randy Orton come out to the ring and hand him what is rightfully his, the World Heavyweight Championship. Orton comes out, title in hand, and looks to hand over the belt to Hunter. Orton then spits in Triple H's face and high tails it out of the ring into the crowd. Orton then smiles at Triple H, holding up the World Title as an enraged Triple H looks on. They then show footage of Triple H confronting Eric Bischoff backstage about what happened. Bischoff announces Orton vs. Triple H at Unforgiven for the World Title.
- Chuck Palumbo defeated Ollie John. The match ended when Palumbo hit a big Samoan Drop on John for the win.
- Highlights of RAW this past Monday night was shown of the "Wedding From Hell" between Kane and Lita. Despite interference from Matt Hardy, who got a chokeslam off the ramp by Kane for his troubles, both Kane and Lita officially wed.
- Chris Benoit defeated Tyson Tomko w/ Trish Stratus. The match ended with Benoit hitting six german suplexes on Tomko followed by locking on the Crossface, allowing Tomko to tap out for the win.