The main event at December to Dismember featured an Extreme Elimination Chamber match for the ECW Championship. On the October 24, episode of ECW, Rob Van Dam defeated the ECW World Champion, Big Show for the second consecutive time. Per the stipulation, if Van Dam were to defeat the Big Show. The edition of this event was the second of two ECW pay-per-views produced by WWE, the first being One Night Stand. It was also the first ECW brand pay-per-view since its revival on June 13, The edition of this event (scheduled to be held December 2 at the Cricket Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina) was. 12 Sep There's little dispute among wrestling fans and purists that the rebooted ECW's December to Dismember is considered among the worst pay-per-view Not just bad timing-the worst timing. December to Dismember took place on December 3, Makes sense. It's in December. What's the problem?.
28 Feb It's time to start doing some retro PPV reviews again. I'm not sure how often I'm going to do these, but I'd like to try to make it a regular thing on weekends. To start with, a reader named Nicholas Pruner suggested I re-live the abomination that was the WWE ECW December To Dismember PPV. Sport · ECW World Champion the Big Show defends his gold in the first ever Extreme Elimination Chamber match against 5 other competitors, And two great tag teams meet for the first time ever when The Hardy Boyz take on MNM and much more. 10 May ECW December to Dismember From James Brown Arena in Augusta, Georgia December 3, A video promo hypes the Elimination Chamber main-event for the ECW World Championship. MNM w/ Melina vs. The Hardy Boys. Matt and Mercury lock up to start things off. Matt gets a shoulder block and.
Name of the event: ECW December To Dismember Date: Promotion: World Wrestling Entertainment. Type: Pay Per View. Location: Augusta, Georgia, USA. Arena: James Brown Arena. Attendance: Broadcast type: Live. Broadcast date: TV station/network: PPV Sender. Commentary by. December to Dismember's failings began well before Sabu's exit and before announcers Joey Styles and Tazz kicked things off. A Poor Imitation. Despite the letters printed on the ring apron, this wasn't ECW. Extreme Championship Wrestling died in McMahon bought out the rival company that year. In , he.