Standard Match

Some articles on match, standard match:

Backlash (2008) - Event - Preliminary Matches
... Following the dark match, the pay-per-view event began with a standard match for the WWE United States Championship, in which the champion, Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP ... Throughout the match, both Hardy and MVP performed a number of offensive maneuvers on each other, but Hardy eventually gained the advantage when MVP charged Hardy and Hardy dodged him, followed by ... The second bout was a standard match for the ECW Championship, in which the champion, Kane defended his title against Chavo Guerrero, who was accompanied by Bam Neely ...
Over The Edge (1999) - Aftermath
... The evolving feud culminated into a standard match at King of the Ring, the WWF's June pay-per-view event, after The Rock defeated The Undertaker and Triple H in a standard match ... in retaliation for their interference during his match at Over the Edge ... Austin, Vince and Shane scheduled Austin in a standard match against The Undertaker for his title on June 28, however, Austin won the match and the title ...
Summer Slam (2003) - Event - Preliminary Matches
... After Sunday Night Heat, the pay-per-view event began with a tag team match for the World Tag Team Championship, where the champions, La Résistance (René Duprée and Sylvain Grenier), defended their titles ... Throughout the match, both teams performed many offensive maneuvers, though The Dudley Boyz were able to gain the upper hand when they executed a 3D ... The following bout was The Undertaker versus A-Train in a standard match ...

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    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

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