Taboo Tuesday

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Unforgiven (2004) - Aftermath
... Orton was however ineligible to face Triple H at Taboo Tuesday for the World Heavyweight Championship, as he was unable to win a match against Batista, which would have ... contenders for Triple H's World Heavyweight Championship at Taboo Tuesday Chris Benoit and Edge were revealed as two of the candidates ... At Taboo Tuesday, Michaels won the fans vote and faced Triple H for the World Heavyweight Championship, however, Michaels was unable to win the match after Edge interfered and speared Michaels ...
Taboo Tuesday (2004)
... Taboo Tuesday (2004) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and presented by AT T ... It was the first annual Taboo Tuesday event, marking the first time in which the fans were given the chance to vote on stipulations for the matches ... Taboo Tuesday grossed over $215,000 in ticket sales from an attendance of 3,500 and received 174,000 pay-per-view buys ...
Taboo Tuesday (2004) - Background
... The main event at Taboo Tuesday was a match between Randy Orton and Ric Flair where the online fan vote would determine whether the match was a steel cage match ... one of WWE's primary television programs — Orton was given an opportunity to face Triple H at Taboo Tuesday for the World Heavyweight Championship if he was able to win a match against Batista, but he was ... also announced that he and Orton would meet in a match at Taboo Tuesday and the fans would have the opportunity to choose what type of match they would compete in ...

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