WWE House Show Results (2/1/04) - Youngstown, Ohio

WWe House show from Youngstown Ohio 2/1/04
Report by: Marquise Mims, rajahwwf.com reader

Your Ring Announcer is The Coach, Jonathan Coachman.

(1)Jon Heidenreich & Mike Bucci vs. La Resistance
Rob Conway wins with Rope suplex pin
Rene Dupree is a pretty big guy and has pretty nice move keep ur Eye on him.
Winners: La Resistance

Coach then invites Rob Van Dam to the ring and asks RVD to forfeit his
Intercontinental Title match against Randy Orton. RVD refuses and knocks down Coach.
Orton runs to ringside and delivers the RKO to RVD, leaving him in the middle
of the ring

(2)Hurricane vs. Matt Hardy
Hurricane gives his mask to a kid in front row
Hurricane wins with eye of The Hurricane
Winner: "The SuperHero" Hurricane

(3)Lita Victoria vs. Molly Holly Jazz
Lita & Victoria defeated Molly Holly & Jazz. Teddy Long accompanied Jazz to
the ring. The near capacity crowd picked up big time for this one. Victoria
absorbed a lot of punishment from both Molly and Jazz but was able to pull out
the win as she pinned Molly while Lita and Jazz brawled on the outside of the
ring. Great effort and the first decent match of the night from the near sellout
Winners: Lita & Victoria

(4)Val Venis & Lance Storm vs. Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak
Lance took most of the punishment and Jindrak got the win after and school
roll up.
Winners: Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak

(5)Chris Benoit vs. Mark Henry (w/ Theodore Long)
Fisrt off I must say Mark Henry is so BIG I can't believe it
Mark controlls most of match Chris Benoit wins after a crossface.
Winner: Chris Benoit

Some thing new The coaches conner his 1st guess is none other then Christian
he gets on the mic and say's Y2J needs to leave that slut Trish alone that
brings out Chris Jericho he tell the C-man that he should kick his ass here in
Youngstown Coach gets in between them C-man hits Y2J that stats a match .

(6)Christian vs Chris Y2J Jericho
Very good match Christian goes to get a chair about to hit Y2J then runs out
Trish from the back she distracted C-man Jericho hits the walls on C-man .
Winner : Y2J

World Tag Team Championship:
(7)Dudley Boyz vs. Ric Flair & Batista
What can I say about Ric Flair he is a class act he grabs the mic an tell
Bubba the he is going to stick a cruch up his ass Bubba is pissed off he chease
him back stage the curtins fall down I got to see Kane back to the match they
run back to the ring Flair an Batista works on Bubba leg D'Von is tagged in he
cleans house he tags Bubba back in he pulls down Flair trunks I saw Ric Flair
ass whooo. Flair distracte's Bubba then knock him out with a right hand
Batista hits this hard ass spine buster on D'von to pick up win. Post match Flair
poses he is really that greatest its not just talk he's the best and world
Winners: Ric Flair & Batista

(8)Booker T vs. Kane
Kane is a monster and Booker his is longer then it is on tv
Kane controlls the match up untill Spike Dudleys runs out makes Kane chase
around the ring Booker Low blows Kane hits a school boy roll up.
Winner: Booker T "Can u dig it"

(9) Intercontinental Championship:
RVD vs. Randy Orton
Great match Orton won with RKO as Coach distracted RVD to keep his I-C Title.

This was a pretty good house show I really paid my money worths. Great card
I can't wait for nice time.Ric Flair is a site to see Live .Was really happy
to ge to see Christian Y2J Trish and Spike none of them were on the card.I am a
Coach fan he did a graet job they need to stop holdin a bro down u feel me

Biggest pops:
Ric Fliar
Chris Benoit

Biggest Heat:
Teddy Long
La Resistance
Randy Orton
Mark Henry

WWE House show from Youngstown Ohio 2/1/04
By: Michael Crans, rajahwwf.com reader

The Ring Announcer: "The Coach" Jonathan Coachman

Jon Heidenreich & Mike Bucci vs. La Resistance:

Not a great match to start off with, but that is nothing new. I have not heard of
Mike Bucci and I have never seen Jon Heidenreich before (though I have heard of
him). La Resistance is the team the WWE created to take advantage of the fact that
France did not get involved in the war. One is actually from Canada and one is from
the USA, but they carry the French flag with them, which is enough in wrestling to
get you booed. To make the crowd hate them even more, they interrupted the Star
Spangled Banner at the start of the show. La Resistance won the match when Jon
Heidenreich messed up a suplex attempt and one of La Resistance fell on top off him
for the pin.

Coach then invited Rob Van Dam to the ring for an interview. Coach told RVD to
forfeit his Intercontinental Title match against Randy Orton later on the card. RVD
refused and knocked down the Coach. RVD then tried to deliver his Five Star Frog
Splash to Coach, but Orton ran to ringside and delivered the RKO to Rob Van Dam
which left RVD hurt in the middle of the ring. On a side note, only two matches for
this show were advertised: RVD vs. Randy Orton and Kane vs. Chris Jericho...As you
will see later on, only RVD vs. Orton actually happened (again...nothing new.)

The Hurricane vs. Matt Hardy:

I am a pretty big fan of Matt Hardy, so it was good that he was on the card. While
Matt Hardy was walking around outside the ring, I held the notebook I had brought
and asked him to sign it. He looked up at me...half smiled...and walked on by
(typical bad guy move.) Hurricane won the match, which is somewhat of a surprise,
with his finishing move called "The Eye Of The Hurricane." Tonight on Raw, WWE
announcers made a big deal about the fact that Matt Hardy has not won a match since
jumping from Smackdown to Raw, which means they are setting up something for him,
but it is too early to tell what.

Lita and Victoria vs. Molly Holly and Jazz with Teddy Long:

Nothing overly exciting in this match. Lita and Victoria won when Victoria pinned
Molly Holly. During this match, Teddy Long came over and started talking to us, so I
decided to ask him to sign my book. He told me he couldn't now, but would later. At
that point, I figured out that wrestlers, managers and everyone else must not be
allowed to sign autographs while the actual card is taking place. I put my notebook
away and resumed taking pictures for the rest of the card.

Mark Henry vs. Chris Benoit:

Chris Benoit also recently made the jump from Smackdown to Raw. This match was ok
and I have to say that Mark Henry is one big guy. Although Mark Henry controlled the
match most of the way,including a huge backbreaker, Chris Benoit captured Mark Henry
in the cross-face and forced him to submit.

Val Venis & Lance Storm vs. Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak:

Although the WWE makes it difficult because they don't do anything with him, I am
also a Lance Storm fan. Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak are relatively new, though they
have had some time on Raw. Mark Jindrak also wrestled for WCW shortly before Vince
McMahon bought it. Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak won this match when one of them
rolled up Lance Storm from behind for the pin.

At this point, there was a brief intermission. During this time a referee came out
to work on the ring. Several people came over and asked for his autograph. Since he
was right beside me and so I wouldn't feel like I brought my note book for nothing,
I got his autograph as well.

When the card started again, the Coach called for Christian to come out for an
interview. Christian got on the microphone and said that Chris Jericho should leave
Trish Stratus alone and focus on their tag team. This brought out Chris Jericho and
the two had a verbal confrontation. Coach then got in between them and said that he
had the authority to make the match if both men want it. Christian proceeded to hit
Chris Jericho and that started the match.

Christian vs. Chris Jericho:

This was a very good match. The end came when Christian went to get a chair and
returned to the ring. He was about to hit Chris Jericho with it, when Trish ran out
from the back and distracted Christian long enough for Jericho to apply his
finishing move, "The Walls of Jericho" forcing Christian to submit.

World Tag Team Championship:Dudley Boyz vs. Ric Flair & Batista:

I am big Ric Flair fan, so this was the highlight of the afternoon for me. I got
some good pictures of Ric Flair as he was walking around the ring right in front of
us. At one point, Ric Flair came in the ring illegally and the referee forced him to
leave. I yelled to the referee, "Ric Flair is a 16 time World Champion...He can do
whatever he wants." Bubba Dudley looked down at me and said, "Yeah, I'm a 17 time
World Champion, you $%@*?" Of course, he is referring to his WWE, WCW, and ECW World
Tag Team titles. Bubba Dudley is nowhere near the same league as Ric Flair and
should not try to compare himself to him. Ric Flair and Batista won this match when
Ric Flair hit Bubba Dudley with a pair of brass knuckles and Batista hit an awesome
spinebuster on D-Von Dudley.

Booker T vs. Kane:

Kane controlled this match up until Spike Dudley ran out and Kane started chasing him
around the ring. Booker T hit a low blow on Kane and rolled up Kane for the win.

Intercontinental Championship: RVD vs. Randy Orton:

This was also a great match. Rob Van Dam was getting ready to hit his "Rolling
Thunder" move when the Coach jumped on the ring apron to distract him. Randy Orton
tried to hit his finisher, the RKO, but RVD countered and hit Orton with a kick. Rob
Van Dam then climbed the top rope to hit the Five Star Frog Splash. The Coach
attempted to pull Orton out of the ring, but RVD dove off the top rope and hit a leg
drop on the Coach. While RVD was throwing Coach out of the ring, Randy Orton
recovered and got up behind RVD. As soon as RVD turned around, Randy Orton hit the
RKO and pinned RVD to hold onto the Intercontinental Championship. After the match
is over, the Coach decided to confront RVD and laugh at him for loosing the match.
To no ones surprise, RVD bodyslamed the Coach. RVD then climbed the ropes and
finally hit the Five Star Frog Splash on someone to close out the show.

All in all, it was a good show that was made great because Paul and I were in the
front row. Once the show was over, the WWE senior referee, Earl Hebner, came back
and signed my book---my autograph total for the afternoon: 3 referees 8-)---and took
a picture with me (which was nice of him, since he didn't have to do that.) The
Coach and Teddy Long both said they would come back, but neither did. As Earl Hebner
was returning to the locker-room, a group in one of the high sections all chanted
together "HEY EARL...YOU SCREWED BRET!! (there is a back story you must be familiar
with here to understand what they meant.) Earl proceeded to give them a double
middle finger and walk away. It was a funny way to end the show.