The Worst PPV Event in WWE History
Based on buy rates and the build of the event there is no doubt that this event is the worst PPV in the history of WWE. This really was the beginning of the end for the brand and the sad part is that the brand had begun just 6 months ago. Though the brand did have a good balance between both originals and new faces it just didn't garner the interest needed to run an exclusive PPV should. The event is a dark spot on the history of WWE as it is more known for talent leaving then anything else.
Following this event both Big Show & Paul Heyman would leave the WWE for an extended period of time. Show would head for the door and really go on a hiatus from the company returning in February 2008 to start his feud with "Money" Mayweather. Paul on the other hand would leave after growing tired of butting heads with Vince especially on the booking of this event and wouldn't return for six years. When Brock Lesnar made his WWE debut some knew it was only a matter of time before Paul would join him once again in the company.
December to Dismember 2006
Stevie Richards def. (pin) Rene Dupree dark
Jeff Hardy & Matt Hardy def. (pin) Joey Mercury & Johnny Nitro
Balls Mahoney def. (pin) Matt Striker "Striker's Rules
Elijah Burke & Sylvester Terkay def. (pin) Little Guido Maritato & Tony Mamaluke
Daivari def. (pin) Tommy Dreamer
Ariel & Kevin Thorn def. (pin) Kelly Kelly & Mike Knox
Bobby Lashley def. (pin) C. M. Punk, Hardcore Holly, Rob Van Dam, Test, The Big Show (c) "Extreme Elimination Chamber" ECW World Heavyweight Title
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