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Grim Plays SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth

Grim

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Following the shocking attack on Vince McMahon on RAW, Scott Anderson was going to be taught a lesson. Vince threw him to the wolves... the big dogs. After intentionally getting DQ'd in a handicap match against Kurt Angle and Edge, they laid the SmackethDown upon the rookie upstart, nobody there to save him. However, Scott Anderson would go on to have one of the biggest upset victories in wrestling history when he defeated Kurt Angle with a handful of tights (with Vince as special guest referee... Taker was watching on, methinks). However, the story heated up even more; at SummerSlam, it would be Scott Anderson, Test, and Chris Benoit vs. The Rock, Kurt Angle, and Edge in the main event... nothing on the line but Scott Anderson's job. It was Benoit who pulled through for his team, tapping out Edge to cap off the night. But some enemies have returned from older times... from HEAT... and from King of The Ring...
Interesting Character Notes:

Feuds:
We're feuding right now with Vince McMahon, Kurt Angle, Edge, The Rock, Rikishi, and even Eddie Guerrero (who finally returned from "injury" to seek revenge for the KOTR finals).

Allies: Well, for the most part, Ric Flair is our ally behind the scenes, but Test pulled through garnering the biggest win of his career (in a time loop... in a video game... poor, poor Test). Undertaker is still our ally but off doing other stuff; we also have Benoit and Kane as semi-allies, as Benoit won the SummerSlam match for us, and Kane tagged with Scott for a match.

Championship Contention: Anderson did not defend the Hardcore Championship this episode.
 

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The Rivalry between Ric Flair and Vince McMahon heats up. Stephanie McMahon makes her return; and Scott Anderson looks to recruit for Flair... but he went and threw that all away. He joined Jazz on SmackDown, betraying Test, Undertaker, and everyone who was his ally. What will happen now that Anderson betrayed RAW?
Interesting Character Notes:

Feuds:
Anderson betrayed everyone and is now feuding with Test, Booker T, William Regal, and Rhyno. Ric Flair is too busy fighting Vince to realize it.

Allies: It's only Jazz now; Jazz is legit my only ally in this festering place.

Championship Contention: Scott Anderson's record Hardcore Championship reign is over. At No Mercy he lost the championship to Christian, marking Scott Anderson's reign at 155 consecutive days. He is officially the longest reigning Hardcore Champion in history.
 
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Survivor Series is coming and the stakes are never higher, as Vince McMahon and Ric Flair vie for sole ownership of the WWE. Scott Anderson and Brock Lesnar become the worst rivals imaginable, both of them involved in one of the greatest "I Quit" Matches ever at Rebellion, and a surprise victory against the Undertaker in the works for Scott. However, going up against an all-star Survivor Series RAW team of Steve Austin, Chris Jericho, and Lesnar... can Anderson pull through for SmackDown! and lead his team to victory?
Interesting Character Notes:

Feuds:
Brock Lesnar is the big one, but I'm also feuding with Christian still, Undertaker, Steve Austin, and Chris Jericho at the moment, as well as Ric Flair.

Allies: Vince McMahon and Stephanie are my biggest benefactors, but Kurt Angle and The Rock are my allies as well. William Regal reluctantly helps me.

Championship Contention: Scott Anderson is at a weird point where he is too big for the midcard titles, but not big enough to challenge for the Undisputed Title. As such, he's still involved in big storylines regardless.
 
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