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WWE™ "Armageddon" - SmackDown™ Only Pay-Per-View

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

by "Rockin" Robin Drodge

Event Date:  December 12, 2004
Report Date:  December 16, 2004

Match Number One - WWE Tag Team Championship, WWE Tag Team Champions - Rob Van Dam and Rey Mysterio Vs. Rene Dupree and Kenzo Suzuki.  This was the first match at Armageddon.  Rey Mysterio and Rob Van Dam won the match to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship.

Match Number Two - Kurt Angle Invitational where he selects a hometown wrestler to wrestle against.  If they can defeat Angle, he will give them his Olympic Gold Medal.  Kurt Vs. Santa Claus.  Angle won this match.

Match Number Three - 1-million Tough Enough - Dixie Dogfight.  This was a boxing match with three rounds, one minute in length.  The two final Tough Enough contestants faced off in this boxing match - Daniel Puder Vs. Mike Mizanin.  The result saw both contestants go the three rounds without a Winner.  The fans got to decide who would win the Dixie Dogfight.  When it came down to it, Daniel Puder ended up getting the victory.

Match Number Four - The Basham's Vs. Hard Core Holly and Charlie Haas.  In this match it saw Dawn Marie come down to the ring while the match was going on.  Afterwards, Miss Jackie came down to the ring; both her and Dawn Marie went at it.  This led to Haas leaving the ring to try to break up both of the two Divas.  This resulted in the Basham's picking up the pin-fall victory.

Match Number Five - United States Championship Street Fight Match- John Cena, the United States Champion, Vs. Jesus.  Cena basically had full control of this match and he ended when he hit his finisher - the FU, to pick up the pin-fall victory to retain his championship.

Match Number Six - Dawn Marie Vs. Miss Jackie, with Charlie Haas as the Special Guest Referee for this match.  This match did not last long; it saw Dawn Marie picking up the pin-fall victory.

Match Number Seven - three-on-one Handicap Match - Kurt Angle, Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak Vs. The Big Show.  The Big Show hit the F5 to pick up the pin-fall victory.

Match Number Eight - WWE CruiserWeight Championship - Spike Dudley, WWE CruiserWeight Champion Vs. Funaki.  This match was ok.  Surprisingly it saw Funaki pick up the pin-fall victory to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.  This was Funaki's first ever championship in the WWE.

Match Number Nine - Fatal Four-Way WWE Championship match.  WWE Champion John "Bradshaw" Layfield Vs. Eddie Guerrero, Vs. Booker T and The Undertaker.  In this match all four Superstars were in the ring at the same time and the first person to score a pin-fall or a submission would win the match and to become the WWE Champion.  The Champion did not even have to be pinned or submit to lose the championship.  There were no rules in this match only that the match had to end either by pin-fall or submission.  At the end of the match Heidenreich interfered in the match and had attacked The Undertaker.  So this interference led to JBL hitting the "close line from hell", his finisher on Booker T to pick up the pin-fall victory to retain his championship.

This has been the Armageddon report written by your author here at The Canadian Connection, "Rockin" Robin Drodge.

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