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ECW One Night Stand (2006)

TV-MA | | Sport | TV Special 11 June 2006
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John Cena defends the WWE Championship against Rob Van Dam in a very hostile ECW environment. Also: Mick Foley, Edge, Sabu, Rey Mysterio, Terry Funk and much more.


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Kurt Angle ... Kurt Angle
Terry Brunk ... Sabu
John Cena ... John Cena
Adam Copeland ... Edge
Nick Dinsmore ... Eugene
Tommy Dreamer ... Tommy Dreamer
Amy Dumas ... Lita
Randy Felix Randy Felix ... Extra
Mick Foley ... Mick Foley
Jim Fullington ... The Sandman
Terry Funk ... Terry Funk
Trisa Hayes ... Beulah McGillicutty
Paul Heyman ... Paul Heyman
Mike Iorio ... Big Guido


John Cena defends the WWE Championship against Rob Van Dam in a very hostile ECW environment. Also: Mick Foley, Edge, Sabu, Rey Mysterio, Terry Funk and much more.

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Release Date:

11 June 2006 (USA) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA

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Alternate Versions

The DVD version has very little editing when compared to the original pay-per-view broadcast, though thankfully no music was changed (a major complaint of last years DVD release). One change that was made, is that when Jerry Lawler and Randy Orton each come out, originally their names were placed on an ECW name plate graphic. This was changed to a RAW name plate graphic on the DVD, which makes sense when compared to the other non-ECW wrestlers. The other noticeable change is that most of the commercials have been edited out the DVD (including on-screen graphics listing upcoming live tour dates), but in an effort to make it look like a continuous broadcast (instead of fading in and out), some shots and commentary dialog have been edited out from these spots. The brief list is as follows:
  • After the F.B.I. vs. Tajiri & Super Crazy match (at 54:30 on the ppv/53:51 on the dvd), while on a shot of Big Guido on the floor outside the ring, Tazz said "I'll tell you what. I never saw anybody do that to Big Guido, that's for sure. He has no idea what hit him." The last sentence was edited from the DVD. Following that was a commercial, then a two-shot of Tazz and Joey Styles showing Tazz taking off the tape on his hands while he and Joey Styles talk about it. This bit of the shot was edited out of the DVD, which immediately cuts to the conversation about the championship matches.
  • After John Bradshaw Layfield addresses the crowd (at 1:00:00 on the ppv/58:51 on the dvd), the crowd shot from the live broadcast has been replaced with a wide shot of the ring to mask the removal of a commercial.
  • After Sabu enters the ring for his match (at 1:01:42 on the ppv/59:49 on the dvd), there was originally a "brought to you by X-Men The Game" ad. By taking it out, the DVD also removed a few shots of Sabu in the ring warming up.
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Satisfactory Sequel to the 2005 One Night Stand
6 January 2009 | by jts0405See all my reviews

One Night Stand 2006 wasn't as good as the 2005 installment, but it still was a great event in it's own right.

Match 1: Taz vs Jerry Lawler - The shortest match of the evening. Lawler portrays himself as a jack*** the entire 35 seconds of this match. He slaps Joey Styles on the way out and then Joey goes for revenge only with a bad ending. Taz then plays off of that and locks in the Tazmission for the submission win.

Match 2: Kurt Angle vs Randy Orton - This match was literally not right on this card. Kurt Angle may have been a new ECW talent at this time, but he should have waited for the new show ECW instead of holding an open challenge at the pay per view. This is a great match either way. Orton plays the invading bad guy, even though Angle was an invader last year (strange right?). They go for a good 15 minutes until Angle finally locks the ankle lock for the tap out win. The ECW crowd taunts Orton after his loss.

Match 3: The F.B.I. vs Super Crazy & Yoshihiro Tajiri - Tajiri uses his ECW name unlike last year this time around. These guys stole the show again only with Tony Mamaluke added in this time. The match was very fast paced and great for a time filler sort of match. The F.B.I. scores the win in the end. After the contest Big Show comes out and assaults all four men.

Match 4: Rey Mysterio (c) vs Sabu for the World Heavyweight Campionship - The greatest dream match to ever come to life. They did not let us down at all. Sabu looks dominate early on, but Mysterio finds his way into countering Sabu's moves. The crowd was behind Sabu the entire time, with select Mysterio chants added in at the right time. The ending was a little to predictable, because Sabu wasn't headed for the World Heavyweight Championship and Rey wasn't ready to drop it. Also the ending was predictable because they wouldn't let a WWE guy beat an ECW fan favorite like Sabu. They would have rioted if Mysterio retained. So they both go through a table and the match is called to a close.

Match 5: Mick Foley, Edge & Lita vs Tommy Dreamer, Terry Funk & Beulah McGillicutty - An awesome intergender extreme rules match. Funk and Foley can still entertain as if they were in their prime again. They all take it to the max with a ton of tables, barbed wire covered weapons, chairs, etc. The ending really sucked when Edge speared Beulah for the win. The team of Dreamer, Funk and Beulah should have taken the win in this one. But still a great match.

Match 6: Balls Mahoney vs Masato Tanaka - Just a basic simple time filler. Not Mahoney's best and not Tanaka's best either. They both plant each with a few chair shots and then the match is shortly over. So they do a decent job filling the time, but the match wasn't a grade A standard in ECW's hardcore style. Mahoney takes the win after a simple chair shot.

Match 7: John Cena (c) vs Rob Van Dam for the WWE Championship - Incredible main event. The fans were on Van Dam's side the whole time. I think it was about time for Cena to drop the belt because he was champion for a little bit close to a whole year, with only a brief stopping portion thanks to Edge. Van Dam dominates the whole time, if they would have given Cena offense it would have made the crowd go crazy. In the end Van Dam hits the five star frog splash. Paul Heyman comes out to fill in for the referee and counts to three. Rob Van Dam is the new WWE Champion.

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