1) Feast or Fired Battle Royal w/ Cute Kip, Sonjay Dutt, Jimmy Rave, Lance Rock, Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin, B.G. James, Consequences Creed, Curry Man, Shark Boy, Jay Lethal, and LAX – 5
2) Taylor Wilde, Roxxi, & O.D.B. vs. Angelina Love, Velvet Sky, & Sharmell - 3
3) Sheik Abdul Bashir vs. Eric Young – 5
4) Awesome Kong vs. Christy Hemme – 4
5) Matt Morgan & Abyss vs. Robert Roode & James Storm – 5
6) Kurt Angle vs. Rhino (Special enforcer: Mick Foley) – 6
7) Booker T, Sting, Scott Steiner, & Kevin Nash vs. Samoa Joe, A.J. Styles, & Team 3-D – 7
So I ordered this pay-per-view mainly because I had nothing else to do on a Sunday night. On paper, the card looked like crap but it actually turned out to be a halfway decent show. The abomination known as the Feast or Fired Battle Royal returned this year to zero fanfare whatsoever. However, it was better than last year’s debacle and had some talented workers featured this year such as Jay Lethal, LAX, Curry Man, Consequences Creed, and the Motor City Machine Guns, who I’ll talk about shortly. In case you forgot, the stipulation of the match is to climb a pole, grab a briefcase, and make it back to the floor. I though the match had a quicker pace, thanks to the aforementioned guys, who helped carry the match. Lethal stole a case from the Guns to end the match. Afterwards, the Guns were tormenting Jeremy Borash about how it wasn’t fair. Borash then laid into them with some harsh comments. By the way, Lethal won a tag team title shot.
The knockouts tag was decent but wasn’t anything I would go out of my way to see. Sharmell played a great cowardly heel. O.D.B. can sure excite a crowd but I never really was a fan of her work. Everyone involved held their own but the match turned out to be pretty non-descript and basic. The X-Division title match was better than I though it would be initially. Young and Bashir have some good chemisty together. Young was taking some serious bumps to the floor and stepped up his offense a bit. The evil-Arab gimmick is as old as the sport itself and Bashir really needs to drop it. The finish got it the way of the match as referee Shane Sewell got involved and cost Bashir the match and the title. Afterwards, Sewell got attacked by Bashir and “hulked up” with some shoddy punches and a really strange look on his face. Kong and Hemme was short but was really good. Hemme tried to do some-kind of crazy split leg drop on Kong and damn near tore a hamstring. Hemme bumped her little red-haired ass off in an effort to demonstrate Kong’s power. She did look better than she did in the past and could have a good series with Kong. Again, how Christy doesn't tear a muscle doing that flying split-leg guillotine leg drop is beyond me.