Welcome to tonight's report for ECW on Sy Fy. We are on the heels of WWE's Survivor Series with ECW Champion Christian and William Regal being eliminated on their respective teams. Tonight we will find out who Christian will be defending his ECW title against next.
Shelton Benjamin v.s. Zack Ryder - Number One Contender's Match
Ryder put up a good effort against the former US and IC champion Benjamin and even had his new valet Rosa Mendes try and help him. Nothing worked though as Shelton finished off Zack with the Pay Dirt for the victory. After the match Christian came into the ring, got on the mic and said he was tired of the ECW title being overlooked on PPV's. He challenged Shelton to face him for the title in the match he helped made famous... a LADDER MATCH!
Winner and NEW Number One Contender: Shelton Benjamin
Vance Archer v.s. Random Jobber Of The Week
Tramp Stamp Vance picks up another victory this week against a weakling jobber after hitting his Reverse DDT finisher.
Winner: Vance Archer
"The Abraham Washington Show" with guest Matt Hardy was another waste of my time... I grew tired of these segments nearly 2 weeks after he debuted and Matt Hardy proved that he can make a already bad segment even worse by sucking it up on the microphone. Abe and Matt insulted each other back and forth while getting across the point that Hardy will be on Scare Tactics as a guest next week. No real point here other than that.
William Regal v.s. Yoshi Tatsu
This match had been brewing for quite some time as Yoshi already holds a few wins over Bill. After Yoshi got his momentum going, Kozlov screwed up helping Regal which allowed Tatsu to hit his Kick To The Skull finisher for the win. After the match Regal got into Kozlov and Jackson's faces and began talking down to them for causing him to lose the match. Kozlov then pointed the finger of blame on Big Zeke who didn't take to kindly to being blamed for something he didn't do, so Jackson attacked both Kozlov and Regal and left them laying after hitting his finisher on them to the delight of the crowd. What will this mean for the Ruthless Roundtable? Find out next week!
Winner: Yoshi Tatsu