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Vengeance (2006)
Promotional poster featuring Edge, John Cena and D-Generation X logo
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Promotion World Wrestling Entertainment
Brand (s) Raw
Date June 25, 2006
Attendance 6,800[1]
Venue Charlotte Bobcats Arena
City Charlotte, North Carolina
Pay-per-view chronology
ECW One Night Stand (2006) Vengeance (2006) The Great American Bash (2006)
Vengeance chronology
Vengeance (2005) Vengeance (2006) Vengeance: Night of Champions

Vengeance (2006) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), which took place on June 25, 2006, at the Charlotte Bobcats Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was the sixth annual Vengeance event. Eight professional wrestling matches were featured on the event's card. The buildup to the matches and the scenarios that took place before, during, and after the event were planned by WWE's script writers. The event starred wrestlers from the Raw brand: a storyline expansion of the promotion where employees are assigned to a wrestling brand under the WWE banner.[2]

The card featured eight televised matches, including two main events which resulted in Rob Van Dam defeating Edge to retain the WWE Championship and D-Generation X (DX) (Triple H and Shawn Michaels) defeating Spirit Squad (Kenny, Johnny, Mitch, Nicky, and Mikey) in a 5-on-2 Handicap match. One bout was featured on the undercard. In which John Cena defeated Sabu in an Extreme lumberjack match, which featured superstars from the Raw and ECW brands at ringside.

Vengeance grossed over $400,000 in ticket sales from an attendance of 6,800 and received 320,000 pay-per-view buys, which helped WWE increase its pay-per-view revenue by $21.6 million compared to the previous year. When the event was released on DVD, it reached the number one position on Billboard's DVD Sales Chart. The professional wrestling section of the Canadian Online Explorer website rated the entire event a 6.5 out 10 stars, higher than the 2005 event rating of 6 out 10.

Background[edit]

The event featured eight professional wrestling matches with different wrestlers involved in pre-existing scripted feuds, plots and storylines. Wrestlers were portrayed as either villains or fan favorites as they followed a series of tension-building events, which culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches. All wrestlers belonged to the Raw brand – a storyline division in which WWE assigned its employees to a different program, the other two being SmackDown! and ECW.[2]

The main rivalry heading into Vengeance was between WWE Champion and ECW World Heavyweight Champion Rob Van Dam who defending the WWE Championship against Edge in a singles match. The buildup to the match began on the television premiere of ECW on Sci Fi, in which Van Dam was awarded the ECW World Heavyweight Championship by Paul Heyman, thus making Van Dam a double champion, by holding both the ECW and WWE Championships. Van Dam's celebration was then interrupted by Edge and his girlfriend Lita. Edge, who was number one contender for the title,[3] informed Van Dam that they both had a lot in common, referring to them being both Money in the Bank winners and successfully becoming WWE Champions.[4][5] Edge concluded with giving Van Dam some kind words, in which afterwards he performed a Spear on Van Dam.[6] On the June 19 episode of Raw, in retaliation Van Dam attacked Edge, moments after winning a match against Ric Flair.[7] On June 20 episode of ECW, Rob Van Dam and Kurt Angle defeated Edge and Randy Orton in a tag team match when Van Dam pinned Edge after Five Star Frog Splash.

D-Generation X (Triple H and Shawn Michaels) who faced off against the Spirit Squad at Vengeance

Another predominant rivalry scripted into Vengeance was between D-Generation X (DX) Triple H and Shawn Michaels versus the Spirit Squad (Kenny, Johnny, Mitch, Nicky, and Mikey) in a 5-on-2 Handicap match consisting of one team of wrestlers facing off against a team of wrestlers with numerical superiority such as five against two. The buildup to the match began after Backlash, Raw's previous pay-per-view event, where The McMahons (Vince and Shane) defeated Michaels and "God" in a tag team match, with help from the Spirit Squad in a no disqualification match, a match where neither wrestler can be disqualified, allowing for weapons and outside interference. Throughout the weeks on Raw, Michaels got revenge on both Vince McMahon and the Spirit Squad,[8][9] until the May 22 episode of Raw, where the Spirit Squad were scripted to injure Michaels' left knee.[10][11] Then, by orders of McMahon, Triple H was to "break Michaels' skull",[10][11] with a sledgehammer. Triple H failed to do what McMahon ordered and instead attacked the Spirit Squad, thus turning into a fan favorite.[10][11] Two weeks later, McMahon booked Triple H in a gauntlet match, consisting of two wrestlers beginning the match, and replacing whenever one is eliminated, with the last person standing being named the winner, against the Spirit Squad.[12] In the match, Kenny grabbed a steel chair and inserted the chair on Triple H's left knee, similar to what the group did to Michaels.[12] Mitch, who was the only member not participating in the match, was thrown out from the backstage curtain by Michaels.[12] Following this, he joined Triple H in the ring as they began to beat down the four members of the group.[12] This saw Michaels and Triple H reform D-Generation X since their teased reunion in 2002.[12] That same night, McMahon scheduled the Spirit Squad and D-Generation X in a 5-on-2 handicap tag team match.[12] On the June 19 episode of Raw, DX marked their return, when the duo humiliated the Spirit Squad as DX dumped green slime onto the group and embarrassed the team afterwards, by beating them.[7]

John Cena who was scheduled in a match against Sabu

One of the featured matches was between John Cena versus Sabu in an Extreme lumberjack match, a standard match with the exception that the ring is surrounded by a group of wrestlers not directly involved in it and competed under hardcore rules. On the television debut of ECW on Sci Fi on June 13, a brawl broke out between Rob Van Dam and Edge.[13] Edge, who stormed through the ECW crowd, was attacked by Cena, who cost Cena the WWE Championship at ECW's One Night Stand,[14] and written into the storyline, sought revenge against Edge.[13] Following the attack, Cena went to ringside where he knocked ECW Representative Paul Heyman unconscious,[6][13] after Heyman awarded the pinfall win to Van Dam at One Night Stand.[14] Following the attack, Heyman announced that all ECW superstars would be at Raw the following week.[6][13] The following week on Raw, Heyman appeared alongside ECW superstar, Balls Mahoney, who was booked to face Cena in a singles match. The match was won by Cena after he made Mahoney submit.[7] After the match, Cena was attacked by ECW superstar Sabu, who in the premiere of ECW on Sci Fi won a 10-man Extreme Battle Royal,[6][13] a multi-competitor match type in which wrestlers are eliminated until one is left and declared winner, where the winner would face Cena at Vengeance in a singles match.[6] Sabu assaulted Cena in which he performed a leg drop on Cena, diving onto him and putting Cena through the Raw announcers' table.[7] The following night on an episode of ECW on Sci Fi, Cena showed up in the ECW locker room, where he challenged Sabu to an Extreme lumberjack match, for which Sabu accepted.[15]

Event[edit]

Before the event went live on pay-per-view, Val Venis defeated Rob Conway in a dark match.[16]

Preliminary matches[edit]

Kurt Angle, who faced off against Randy Orton at Vengeance

The first televised match was a standard wrestling match between Randy Orton and Kurt Angle. In the early stages both competitors took the advantage over one another. Angle controlled most of the match, as Orton tried to avoid Angle's assaults. Angle tried to perform a suplex on Orton off the ring apron, but did not perform the move. This was followed by Angle performing a belly to back suplex on Orton on the outside ring floor. Mid-way in the match, Orton attempted to perform an RKO by jumping and grabbing Angle's head to drive it over his shoulders, but he countered by pushing Orton to the turnbuckle. Orton took the padding off the turnbuckle, leaving it exposed. Following this, Angle began performing a series of belly to back waist lock suplexes on Orton. Angle then applied the ankle lock hold. Orton, however, flipped over and sent Angle face-first into the exposed turnbuckle. As he turned around, Orton performed the RKO, and covered Angle to gain the pinfall victory.[2][17]

The next match was between Umaga and Eugene. Before the match got underway, Eugene invited Jim Duggan, Doink the Clown, and Kamala down to ringside. Umaga, who stood at 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) and weighed 350 pounds (160 kg), used his body size to his advantage as he squashed, or easily and quickly performed moves on, Eugene. The match concluded with Umaga performing the Samoan Spike, a high speed thumb thrust to the throat of Eugene. Umaga pinned Eugene to win the match. After the match, Umaga attacked Jim Duggan and Doink the Clown.[2][18]

The next match that followed was a Two out of three falls match, a match where not one, but two, decisions have to be won by a wrestler before the match is officially over, between Mick Foley and Ric Flair. Foley gained the advantage after he bended Flair forward and hooked each arm behind Flair's back, tucked his head under one of Foley's arms, and then fell back to pull Flair down flat on his face. Foley then began to taunt Flair and took out Mr. Socko, a dirty sock puppet, dressed like Flair. Foley controlled most of the match, until he attempted to apply the figure four leglock, a signature move of Flair's, but Flair countered it with an inside cradle over Foley to win the first fall.[2][19] The second match began, frustrated in losing the first match, Foley grabbed a trash can from under the ring and brought it to the ring to hit Flair with it. But, Flair avoided being hit, as he tripped Foley to apply the figure four leglock. The result of the match, saw Foley get disqualified when he hit Flair with the trash can. The referee awarded the win to Flair. After the match, Foley attacked Flair with a barb-wired bat, leaving Flair busted open.[2][19]

The fourth match was a standard match involving three wrestlers, termed as a Triple Threat match, for the WWE Intercontinental Championship, in which champion Shelton Benjamin defended the title against Carlito and Johnny Nitro. The match began with Carlito performing a springboard moonsault from the ring apron hitting both Nitro and Benjamin in the process. A spot in the match saw Carlito set up Nitro in a Tree of Woe, a move in which a wrestler suspends his opponent upside down on a turnbuckle, with the opponent's back being up against it, Carlito stood on the turnbuckle, in which Benjamin followed by jumping up with Carlito. Nitro lifted Benjamin on his shoulders and threw him down, while Benjamin dropped Carlito, making both men hit the mat. Later in the match, Carlito performed a backcracker on Benjamin. Nitro, who was thrown out of the ring, returned and removed Carlito from making the cover on Benjamin. He instead covered Benjamin for the pinfall victory, thus becoming the new Intercontinental champion.[2][20]

Main event matches[edit]

Rob Van Dam who defended the WWE Championship against Edge.

The first main match was for the WWE Championship, in which champion Rob Van Dam defended the title against Edge accompanied with Lita. In the beginning of the match, Edge performed a sunset flip powerbomb on Van Dam outside the ring. Van Dam, however, managed to execute a crossbody on Edge inside the ring, resulting in the two landing on the outside of the ring floor. Both men took the upper hand in the match, until Van Dam was scripted to knock the referee unconscious. Edge took advantage, as Lita gave him the title. Edge tried to hit Van Dam with the title, but Van Dam dodged the hit as he performed a spinning kick on the title, resulting in hitting Edge's face. Edge, however, got the advantage as he attempted to perform a shoulder block takedown on Van Dam, while Lita propped a chair on a ring corner. Edge went for the shoulder block takedown, but Van Dam moved out of the way, resulting in Edge to crash head-first onto the chair. Capitalizing on the situation, Van Dam then performed a body splash from the top turnbuckle on Edge, which he followed with a cover and a pinfall, thus retaining the WWE Championship.[2][21]

The sixth match was a singles match between Kane versus Impostor Kane. The match began with Impostor Kane executing a sidewalk slam on Kane, a move in which a wrestler stands side-to-side and slightly behind with the opponent, and reaches around the opponent's torso with his near arm across the opponent's chest and under both arms and places the other arm under the victim's legs. The Impostor tried to grab and lift Kane by the throat and slam him down into the mat, termed as a chokeslam, but Kane countered with driving Impostor Kane's head onto the wrestling mat. The match concluded with Impostor Kane performing a chokeslam on Kane and pinning him for the pinfall victory.[2][22]

The seventh match was the Extreme lumberjack match between Sabu and John Cena. Before the match began, the ECW and Raw superstars made their way to ringside to take their place as lumberjacks. The match quickly began with Cena throwing Sabu out of the ring onto the Raw lumberjacks, in which they assaulted Sabu and threw him back in the ring. Sabu would later get the upper hand and throw Cena out onto the ECW lumberjacks, at ringside. Throughout the match, Sabu took the advantage over Cena as he performed a somersault leg drop, driving a steel chair onto Cena's face. Cena got the upper hand when he was able to counter a flying crossbody attempt by Sabu. Mid-way in the match, the ECW and Raw lumberjacks started brawling at ringside. At ringside, the ECW lumberjacks began their assault on Cena, after he was hit with a steel chair by Sabu. They laid his head on a table, in which Sabu attempted to perform a high-flying maneuver. The Raw superstars, however, gave Cena the upper hand to hit Sabu with a kendo stick in mid-air. Back in the ring, Cena lifted Sabu over his shoulders and threw him down on a table that was at ringside to execute the FU. Following this, Sabu was thrown back into the ring where Cena applied the STFU, a move in which the wrestler wraps his arm around the neck of the opponent in a sleeper hold instead of pulling back on the head of the opponent, in which Sabu submitted to and giving Cena the win.[2][23]

The last match on the card was the five-on-two handicap match between D-Generation X (DX) versus the Spirit Squad. During the beginning of the match, Michaels quickly took control of Mitch, before tagging in Triple H. Johnny was tagged in the match, after encouragement from his team, to face off against Triple H. The match was then controlled by the Spirit Squad, after Johnny performed an enzuigiri on Michaels. Nicky, who was tagged in, distracted the referee, allowing the other squad members to pull Michaels out of the ring and hit Michaels with a steel chair. Back in the ring, the assault continued, as each member took the upper hand over him. Michaels came back after countering a double team maneuver and drove both Nicky and Mikey's heads to the mat. Michaels then tagged Triple H into the match. The match concluded with Triple H tucking Kenny's head between his knees and jumped up to slam his head to the mat, a move that Triple H calls the Pedigree and Michaels performed a superkick, which saw the sole of his foot strike Mikey's chin, a move in which Michaels calls Sweet Chin Music. Both Triple H and Michaels got the pinfall victory respectively over the Spirit Squad. After the match, the three remaining members tried to attack DX, but were unsuccessful in doing so.[2][24]

Aftermath[edit]

On the July 3 episode of Raw, a Triple Threat match was booked between Rob Van Dam, Edge, and John Cena for the WWE title, after Van Dam made the stipulation.[25] Edge, as part of scripted events, defeated both Van Dam and Cena to become the new WWE champion, after pinning Van Dam.[25] The following night on ECW on Sci Fi, Van Dam lost the ECW title to The Big Show, after the Big Show received assistance from Paul Heyman, who declined to make the three-count for Van Dam, but instead gave the pinfall to the Big Show.[26] Later on WWE's official website, it was announced that Heyman suspended Van Dam for 30 days without giving a reason. This angle was written after WWE suspended Van Dam for his recent drug possession arrest.[27][28]

At SummerSlam, a singles match was booked between Edge and Cena for the WWE title. The stipulation of the match was that if Edge disqualified himself, he would have lost the WWE title; The following month at Saturday Night's Main Event, a title match was scheduled between Edge and Cena. Cena won the match by disqualification, after Lita interfered on behalf of Edge.[29] At SummerSlam, Edge retained the title after he hit Cena with a pair of brass knuckles, this occurred when the referee was not looking.[30]

In a July episode of Saturday Night's Main Event, DX defeated the Spirit Squad in a 5-on-2 Elimination match.[29] The McMahons (Vince and Shane) continued their feud with DX, as they became frustrated with DX's antics.[31][32][33] McMahon scheduled a tag team match, where he would team up with Shane to take on DX at SummerSlam in August.[34] Before the match got underway at SummerSlam, the Spirit Squad, Mr. Kennedy, William Regal, Finlay, and The Big Show all interfered on behalf of the McMahons. DX, however, won the match.[35]

Reception[edit]

The Charlotte Bobcats Arena usually can accommodate 20,000, but the capacity was reduced for the event.[36][37] This event grossed over $400,000 from an approximate attendance of 6,800 – the maximum allowed.[38] It also received 320,000 pay-per-view buys.[38] Vengeance helped WWE earn $21.6 million in revenue from pay-per-view events versus $19.9 million the previous year, which was later confirmed by Linda McMahon, the CEO of WWE, on August 31, 2006 in a quarterly result.[38] Canadian Online Explorer's professional wrestling section rated the event 6.5 out of 10.[18] The rating was higher than the Vengeance 2005 event which was rated 6 out 10.[39] The WWE title, Intercontinental title, and 5-on-2 handicap match were all rated an 8 out of 10.[18] Additionally, the singles match between Kane and Impostor Kane was rated a 3 out 10.[18]

The event was released on DVD on July 25, 2006.[40] The DVD was distributed by the label Sony Music Entertainment. The DVD ranked number one on Billboard's DVD Sales Chart for recreational sports during the week of August 19, 2006, although falling thereafter.[41] It remained in the chart for three months, until the week of November 4, 2006, when it ranked 17th.[42]

Results[edit]

No. Results Stipulations Times
Dark match Val Venis defeated Rob Conway Singles match Unknown
1 Randy Orton defeated Kurt Angle Singles match 12:45
2 Umaga (with Armando Alejandro Estrada) defeated Eugene (with Jim Duggan, Doink the Clown, and Kamala) Singles match 01:37
3 Ric Flair defeated Mick Foley 2-0 Two out of three falls match 06:57
4 Johnny Nitro (with Melina) defeated Shelton Benjamin (c) and Carlito Triple Threat match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship 12:09
5 Rob Van Dam (c) defeated Edge (with Lita) Singles match for the WWE Championship. Van Dam's ECW World Championship was not on the line. 17:55
6 Kane defeated Kane Singles match 07:07
7 John Cena defeated Sabu by submission Extreme Lumberjack match[Note 1] 06:46
8 D-Generation X (Triple H and Shawn Michaels) defeated the The Spirit Squad (Kenny, Johnny, Mitch, Nicky, and Mikey) Handicap match 17:48
(c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  1. ^ The lumberjacks were: Viscera, Trevor Murdoch, Lance Cade, Rob Conway, Snitsky, Matt Striker, Charlie Haas, Val Venis, Tommy Dreamer, Balls Mahoney, Stevie Richards, Little Guido Maritato, Roadkill, Danny Doring, Justin Credible, Al Snow, and The Sandman.

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