I don't know where you got that idea, but you were sadly misinformed. This is part two.
Whereas the last TWS dealt with January to June 2010, this will cover July to December.
Just to reiterate, this is not the same column appearing in two different datelines for some reason.
Please adjust your reading habits accordingly, and pass this information along to your friends and co-workers.
One thing that I am bringing back from last week, however, more photos from the official:
Now that that's out of the way, let's sit back and enjoy The True Wrestling Story Of 2010 (Part Two).
Kane totally ruins the concept behind the Money In The Bank pay-per-view, using his title opportunity about an hour after winning it to successfully dethrone Rey Mysterio. The name "Money In The Bank" implies you're going to keep it hidden away somewhere, collect interest on it, and possibly one day withdraw it to buy an iPad or something. But no.... The Big Red Machine has to go and use it the very first chance he gets. Didn't your parents (Paul Bearer and Undertaker's Mom) teach you about the idea of saving for a rainy day? Maybe they should change the PPV title next time to "Money Burning A Hole In Your Pocket".
Senatorial candidate Linda McMahon qualifies for the August primaries in Connecticut. And of course, the sole reason she's running is part of an evil plot, so that she can stop World Wrestling Entertainment from being guilty of anything, ever. Muhuhuhahahahahahaha!
Total Nonstop Action releases Scott Hall and Sean Waltman. Great move, geniuses - NOW who's supposed to turn this stinking promotion around?
Jay Lethal gives up his ridiculous gimmick of being a Macho Man Randy Savage impersonator, and instead becomes a Nature Boy Ric Flair impersonator.
Nexus, a group of rookies looking to wreak havoc on World Wrestling Entertainment, injures Ricky The Dragon Steamboat, Bret Hitman Hart and Vince McMahon. Oh well - one out of three ain't bad.
Former Olympic Hero Kurt Angle vows to retire if he loses even one of his matches going forward. Because that strategy worked out so well for fellow TNA competitor Ric Flair.
Speaking of Money In The Bank (a few paragraphs earlier), The Miz wins the Raw-branded ladder match, although what are the chances that some Tough Enough reject will ever become WWE Champion?
Remember when WWE brought you "ECW One Night Stand" five years ago? Now picture TNA presenting "ECW Last-Minute Fling Because We're Horny And Have Nothing Better To Do Tonight".
Hardcore Justice (the PPV, that is; not the all-male porno of the same name... um, so I've heard) features such ECW originals as Cojones, The Blue Tilly, Brother Runt and Tony Luke. However, TNA fails to bring in former owner Paul, Hey! Man.
WWE provides its fans with what they've been waiting for: Zack Ryder getting a WWE Championship shot.
A fake Hulk Hogan begins posting messages on Twitter, pretending to be the real deal. How can anyone tell? Because his Tweets aren't constanly about Bubba The Love Sponge, or making excuses about who's to blame for TNA's failures.
Team WWE is plagued by infighting ahead of their seven-on-seven SummerSlam match against Nexus. The confusion came because someone told them their name was Team WCW.
Lance Cade, Luna Vachon and General Skandor Akbar tragically pass on before their time. Senatorial candidate Linda McMahon says she never met any of them, didn't know who they were, and certainly didn't try to poison any of their coffees. Muhuhuhahahahahahaha!
Kaval (real name: Phil Kaval) wins the second season of NXT. The top of WWE is where this young man's headed, as I type this on December 22nd.
WWE releases Serena for drinking in public. In retaliation, TNA considers firing Jeff Hardy for staying sober in public.
Daniel Bryan returns to WWE, delighting stupid mark fanboys everywhere. And possibly Michael Cole.
Mike "Makhan Singh/Norman The Lunatic/Trucker Norm/Friar Ferguson/Bastion Booger" Shaw and Jorge "El Gigante/Giant Gonzales" Gonzales pass away. All of a sudden, Wrestlecrap.com has absolutely nothing to talk about.
Randy Orton regains the WWE Championship in a six-pack challenge. Sean Waltman shows up, mistakenly thinking it was a Syxx-Pac challenge.
Showcasing its young up and comers, TNA pits Sting and Kevin Nash against Samoa Joe and Jeff Jarrett.
Senatorial candidate Linda McMahon begins closing in on favorite Richard Blumenthal. She does so by having Triple H and The Undertaker "poll" the electorate and physically threaten anyone who wouldn't support her. Muhuhuhahahahahahaha!
Daniel Bryan defeats The Miz to win the United States Championship, proving that if you pay your dues, travel around the world to improve your craft and strangle a ring announcer at just the right time, dreams CAN come true.
Hulk Hogan is hospitalized and warns that he may have to have surgery. Oh no - now how is he supposed to get in the ring and barely wrestle?
To stop treating its women's division as a joke, WWE unifies its Women's and Divas Championships. Then it has Michelle McCool share the belt with Layla.
Huge douche canoe Matt Hardy informs fans that he was NOT sent home from WWE's European tour! He was just told not to show up at a live event because he wasn't in condition to compete. Stupid, know-nothing fans!
After months of speculation, TNA reveals on 10/10/10 that the force threatening to destroy the company is.... the force that's been threatening to destroy the company for the past year.
Also after months of speculation (only this storyline is somewhat more interesting), the Anonymous General Manager running my Complete and Utter Bulldog audio show on ClubWWI is revealed to be.... Aaron Stupid Wood.
John Cena loses to Wade Barrett and is forced to join Nexus, triggering his long-awaited heel turn and a true turning point for the heel faction. Well, everything except the last two parts.
Following weeks of campaigning on Twitter and YouTube, Matt Hardy gets his wish of being fired (and likely blackballed) by the only profitable wrestling promotion in North America.
Kevin Nash's TNA contract expires without the company re-signing him. Why is this promotion just lettingThe Band fall apart?
Senatorial candidate Linda McMahon claims she had absolutely nothing to do with her husband's "Stand up for WWE" campaign, and she certainly didn't hold their granddaughter hostage until he agreed to launch it. Muhuhuhahahahahahaha!
Paul Bearer turns on The Undertaker and sides with Kane. Who would have seen this coming, other than everyone?
TNA newcomer Mickie James causes a stir backstage by allegedly refusing to wear the referee's costume the company asked her to. What a short fuse Mickie has - if it's not this, it's getting upset over being excluded from The History Of The WWE Divas Championship DVD.
Kurt Angle loses a match, forcing him to retire. Of course, he decides not to retire after all. Hopefully John Cena doesn't hear of this precedent.
TNA provides its fans with what they've been waiting for: a Jeff Hardy heel turn.
The Miz cashes in his Money In The Bank shot and defeats Randy Orton for the WWE Title, proving he didn't read my earlier bullet point in the July section.
WWE wishes Shad Gaspard, Luke Gallows, Vance Archer, Caylen Croft, Tiffany and Jillian Hall the best in their future endeavors. The move is clearly budgetary, as they use the cost savings to hire Latin newcomer Juan Cena.
After eight years, TNA finally gets mainstream publicity... as a result of The Jersey Shore's J-Woww slapping Jersey Shore impersonator Cookie.
Senatorial candidate Linda McMahon loses the seat in Connecticut by a margin of 11 percent. Of course, she never wanted to win in the first place; this was all part of an evil plot to get Vince McMahon to bare his ass on national television. Muhuhuhahahahahahaha!
Kaitlyn wins Season 3 of NXT. In a related story, who the f*ck cares?
John Cena spends his time "fired" by WWE making just as many appearances on WWE television as usual, if not more.
Erasing the memory of his uncle Hector being The Gobbedlygooker once and for all, Chavo Guerrero debuts as Jack Swagger's Eagle.
Pee-Wee Herman is a hit as guest host on Monday Night Raw. TNA retaliates by signing Chairy, Jambi The Genie and The King Of Cartoons to long-term contracts.
John Cena returns to WWE, changing the entire landscape. Oops, sorry, that was a typo. Replace "the entire landscape" with "absolutely nothing".
Aaron Stupid Wood accomplishes the seemingly impossible. But besides him taking his yearly bath, Captain Suck also steals away my long-time Complete and Utter Bulldog co-host The Big Rybowski. Revenge will be mine in 2011; BANK ON IT!!!
WWE releases going-nowhere performers MVP and Kaval from their contracts.
TNA publicizes the serious issue of concussions to the head by making light of Mr. Anderson's.
Jerry The King Lawler receives his first WWE Championship match ever, and loses because of interference from Michael Cole. Reminds me of that time in 1989 when Gorilla Monsoon lost his championship match to Macho Man Randy Savage when Jesse The Body Ventura interfered.
Former Senatorial candidate Linda McMahon stays quiet the entire month, indicating that she isn't really up to anything. OR IS SHE? Muhuhuhahahahahahaha!
Sheamus becomes King Sheamus. Because that career move worked out so well for Haku.