Chavo Guerrero FAQ by John Woodman
WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2006 on SuperCheats.com



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1.0) Introduction
    1.1) Legal
    1.5) About me
    1.2) Contact me
    1.3) Autorized publishing
    1.4) Aknowledgements

2.0) Version history

3.0) Bio

4.0) Moves
    4.1) Standard actions
    4.2) Standing
    4.3) Ground
    4.4) Corner
    4.5) Rope
    4.6) Diving
    4.7) Dash
    4.8) Tag Team
    4.9) Special

5.0) Statistics

6.0) Game review



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1.0) Introduction
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Hi. This is the WWE: Smackdown! vs RAW 2006 FAQ for Chavo Guerrero, relative of
the deceased legend Eddie Guerrero.



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1.1) Legal
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This document and all of its content is copyright of Woodman (myself). All
information in this document were written by me, and all contributions will
receive their credits as soon I'll enter them in the FAQ.

If you would like this FAQ on your site, please Email me requesting permission
to, and I will probably allow you to do so. However, the guide must not be
changed in any way.

This guide was made only for the purpose of helping other people, and I don't
intend to use it for profit, and I would really really appreciate it if no one
else does it too. This guide is as free as everyone of us is.

Copyright 2007 by Woodman



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1.2) About me
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I am a 30 years old man, and always liked wrestling, I started with WWF for a
lot of years, but after some years "TV Koper" stopped broadcasting it.

I passed a lot of years without wrestling (except for videogames), and now I
can only watch "Smackdown!" and NWE, because the other shows are on satellite
Pay TV, and I can't watch them.

I am Italian, and I live in a small town called Castelfranco Veneto. Right now
I am studying to became a sort of sanitarian operator (called O.S.S.)

My dream? To marry with my girlfriend Eleonor.



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1.3) Contact me
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If you want to contact me, write me to this address:

NOSPAM!woodman76   @   libero.it

Simply remove NOSPAM! and assemble my complete address, it's very simple.
Please write me, for suggestion, corrections and other things like this about
this FAQ. I will be happy to answer you.

By the way... sorry if sometimes my English is not perfect... after all, I am
Italian, and English it's not my first language.

You can write me in English or Italian with no problem.



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1.4) Autorized publishing
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There are the sites autorized to publish this FAQ:

www.supercheats.com

There are the sites that will NEVER be autorized to publish this FAQ:

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If you would like to host this FAQ on your site, please e-mail me requesting
permission to, and I will probably allow you to do so. However, the guide must
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See how to contact me at - 1.3 - section. Thank you.



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1.5) Aknowledgements
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Andre the Giant: for being the best legend of all time! (At least for me.)

Eddie Guerrero: for being a myth, and now a legend.

GameFAQs.com: my primary FREE source of FAQs and guides all over the web.

Goldust & Eugene: for being my favourite wrestlers. (Sad they are not on 2007.)

My friend Ariadna: for our long distance friendship (Italy - Mexico).

My girlfriend Eleonor: for loving me, even if she doesn't like Wrestling.

My Pc and Notepad program: for allowing me writing this guide.

Sony: For creating the PSX and PS2 consoles (and for the future PS3).

THQ: the creators of a lot of good wrestling games (some bugs apart).

WWE: for all the wrestling I love.

WWF: for all the wrestling I loved, and I will always love.



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2.0) Version history
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1.0 (20 September 2006): first complete writing, with the new layout for my
Wrestling FAQs. I hope you will like it.

1.1 (21 October 2006): now this guide is good for both PS2 and PSP, and I also
added the game review.

1.2 (30 January 2007): final version, updated the game review and the layout.



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3.0) Bio
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Real name: Salvador Chavito Guerrero III

Ring name: Chavo Guerrero

Height: 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm)

Weight: 213 lb (97 kg)

Born: 20 October 1970, El Paso, Texas

Professional debut: 20 May 1994

Finishing moves: Gory Bomb, Frog splash, Tornado DDT, Brainbuster

Career Titles:
- WWE Cruiserweight Champion (3)
- WWE Tag Team Champion (2 with Eddie Guerrero) 
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion (2)
- WCW World Tag Team Champion (2 with Cpl. Cajun) 
- Pro Wrestling Illustrated ranked him #385 of the best 500 singles wrestlers
of the PWI Years in 2003. 
- Wrestling Observer Newsletter 2002 Tag Team of the Year (with Eddie Guerrero) 

Salvador Chavito Guerrero III also known as Chavo Guerrero, Jr. (born October
20, 1970 in) is a third generation wrestler and member of the famed Guerrero
wrestling family. He is the grandson of Gory Guerrero; the son of Chavo
Guerrero, Sr.; the nephew of Eddie Guerrero, Hector Guerrero, Mando Guerrero
and Enrique Llanes; and the cousin of Javier Llanes and Hector Mejia. He is
currently working on the SmackDown! brand of World Wrestling Entertainment.

His grandfather Gory Guerrero was one of the most famous wrestlers in Mexican
history. His father, Chavo Guerrero, Sr., was also a legendary wrestler in
Mexico, and worked in WWE as a part-time wrestler and full-time manager. One of
his uncles, Eddie Guerrero, was one of WWE's biggest stars. Eddie performed for
the SmackDown! brand, as did Chavo Sr. (aka Chavo Classic) Chavo Jr. has two
other uncles (Mando and Hector) who have had successful careers in the
business, although not at the level of Gory, Chavo Sr., or Eddie.

Chavo Jr. started wrestling in 1994, and very quickly joined WCW. While in WCW,
Chavo shared the limelight with his uncle Eddie, becoming a reluctant ally of
his uncle's. As part of their storyline, Eddie would continually try to make
Chavo adopt Eddie's cheating tactics, but Chavo often refused to do so.
Eventually, his treatment at the hands of Eddie would drive him "bonkers" and
Chavo adopted the gimmick of a psycho fixated with a hobby-horse he dubbed
"Pepè." This led to an infamous feud with Norman Smiley, which resulted in
Smiley tossing Chavo's horse into a wood chipper. Another result of his
insanity, he was disallowed from joining his Uncle Eddie's stable of the
Latino World Order, a take-off of the famed WCW stable nWo. The stable
included every Latino wrestler in the WCW except Chavo. He was also a member
of the comedy stable the Misfits in Action, billed as "Lieutenant Loco".

After the demise of WCW, Chavo was eventually signed by the WWF where he was
known simply as Chavo Guerrero. He spent time as an undercard wrestler before
becoming a trainer for one of WWE's Tough Enough competitions. Soon after
returning to the active roster, Chavo was aligned with his uncle Eddie, forming
the successful tag team "Los Guerreros." In contrast to his previous WCW
storyline with his uncle, Chavo fully adopted his uncle's policy of "Lie, Cheat
and Steal" to win matches as part of the gimmick. The duo would soon win the
tag titles. The tag team eventually turned face and as Eddie's popularity grew,
Eddie began seeking the WWE Title.

In a storyline, his uncle's singles title ambitions made Chavo jealous and
Chavo turned on Eddie, broke from the team, and became a heel. He was soon
joined by his father Chavo Sr. who sided with his son instead of his brother.
Eddie Guerrero defeated Chavo at The Royal Rumble 2004. After the feud with
Eddie finished, Chavo became a wrestler in the cruiserweight division soon
capturing the WWE Cruiserweight title on several occasions.

On an August 26, 2004 episode of SmackDown!, Chavo Guerrero suffered a 
oncussion due to Billy Kidman's Shooting Star Press and had to be taken to
the hospital.

Chavo returned several months later as a face, exacting revenge from Kidman,
but shortly returned to his heel persona with no real explanation. Chavo went
on to become Cruiserweight Champion once again at No Way Out on February 20,
2005 after eliminating Paul London in a 6-way cruiserweight gauntlet match.
London eliminated the other 4 members of the match, including the cruiserweight
champion Sho Funaki. He would lose the title to Paul London in a battle royal a
few weeks later (a few days earlier, he had suffered a broken orbital bone that
would sideline him for several weeks, so he had to lose the title).

On June 30, 2005, Chavo became one of the last minute trades in the 2005 WWE
Draft, which saw him jump from SmackDown! to RAW. The next week, on RAW, he
denounced his Hispanic heritage in favor of the Anglo-American way. This came
after two weeks of being battered by the Mexican faction, The Mexicools. This
led to him changing his persona to Kerwin White, a stereotypical, middle-class
white Anglo-American man. His new catchphrase became the pun, "If it's not
white, it's not right." Though the phrase would later change to "If it's not
Kerwin White, it's not right" because the original version sounded racist, but
the catchphrase would later be phased out completely. Many references to the
Chavo Guerrero name was edited to Kerwin White and at one time, The RAW roster
page referring to the Kerwin White character was the most looked at page on
WWE.com during the month of June 2005.

Soon after his debut, White started making suggestive remarks towards
African-Americans, specifically directed towards Shelton Benjamin. On an
episode of RAW, Kerwin cost Shelton a match against Rob Conway. Shelton
Benjamin defeated Kerwin White by disqualification the following week when
Kerwin attacked Shelton with his golf club. At WWE Unforgiven 2005, White was
beaten by Benjamin. White then hired Nick Nemeth to help him in his matches.

However, following the death of his uncle, Eddie Guerrero, Chavo's Kerwin White
persona was abandoned immediately.
 
Chavo performs in honor of uncle Eddie on WWE SmackDown!On the morning of
November 13, 2005, Chavo Guerrero checked into the same hotel with uncle
Eddie Guerrero due to a planned WWE "Supershow" in which both RAW and
SmackDown! would be filmed from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Chavo was alerted by
hotel security that Eddie did not respond to a wake-up call and after security
opened the locked door to the room, Chavo found his uncle, but as he said in
his video tribute to Eddie, someone who he saw as "his brother," unconscious.
Chavo attempted CPR but Eddie was declared dead when paramedics arrived on the
scene. Eddie's death sent shockwaves worldwide throughout the entire wrestling
community.

Later that afternoon, Chavo appeared in a press conference with WWE Chairman
Vince McMahon to address Eddie's sudden passing. They announced that both shows
that week would be tributes to Eddie. These events resulted in Chavo reverting
to his previous ring name Chavo Guerrero to continue the Guerrero legacy. As
Chavo Guerrero, he defeated John Bradshaw Layfield on the November 18, 2005
episode of WWE SmackDown!, using the "Three Amigos" triple suplexes and the
Frog Splash in tribute to Eddie. He also used the cheating tactic of throwing a
steel chair to an opponent who catches it (while laying down himself) as the
referee turns around and disqualifies the opponent, which Eddie made famous.
The atmosphere of the match was very emotional and high-energized.

Chavo even began using the "Three Amigos" and the Frog Splash as a tribute to
his Uncle Eddie. On the January 9, 2006 edition of RAW, Chavo beat Rob Conway
to qualify for the Royal Rumble. He was the 22nd man in the Royal Rumble, and
was the 11th contender eliminated. He was eliminated by Triple H rather
quickly, much to the confusion of fans who believed that Chavo was set to have
a push. Triple H challenged Chavo to a match the next night on RAW, HHH claimed
that he couldn't get revenge on Rey Mysterio or Eddie Guerrero, Chavo was the
next best thing. Chavo put on a fantastic effort but ultimately fell victim to
HHH's pedigree.

A month later, on the February 24, 2006 edition of Friday Night Smackdown!,
Chavo attacked Randy Orton with the Three Amigos and the Frog Splash when Orton
began to insult Eddie Guerrero, and talk about the heritage of the Ortons.
Chavo was soon dragged out by security, but kept yelling to Orton that he
"forgot about the Guerreros; the greatest wrestling family".

On the February 27, 2006 edition of RAW, Chavo faced off against Shelton
Benjamin in a qualifying match for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match at
Wrestlemania 22. During the match, Randy Orton interfered and hit Guerrero with
the R.K.O. This allowed Shelton to get the pinfall victory. Shelton only
answered by pointing at him in a "I don't care" way, which may digust fans.

On the April 3, 2006 edition of RAW, Chavo came out to address the crowd. He
thanked the fans for all the support they had given him and his family and for
keeping his Uncle Eddie's spirit alive, but he expressed his disappointment in
not having a title match at WrestleMania 22. He felt tonight would become his
WrestleMania and he was going to dedicate his match to his Uncle Eddie. He
proceeded to challenge Shelton Benjamin for the Intercontinental Championship,
but ended up losing after he missed a Frog Splash, allowing Benjamin to connect
with his T-Bone Suplex finisher. Shelton only answered by pointing at him in a
"I don't care" way, which may digust fans. In a segment that aired on WWE
Unlimited, an emotional Chavo Guerrero decided to quit the WWE after believing
he had let his family, Eddie, and the fans down and expressed his doubts about
being a wrestler.

On May 13, 2006 Chavo appeared at a SmackDown! house show in El Paso, TX,
defeating Finlay. Chavo also appeared at WWE Judgment Day 2006 to support Rey
Mysterio, confronting JBL backstage, and celebrating with Mysterio after his
victory. Chavo again was at Rey's side on the May 26, 2006 edition of
SmackDown! helping Rey beat JBL. Guerrero also interfered in Rey's match with
Mark Henry getting Henry disqualified.

At the The Great American Bash 2006, Chavo interfered in Rey Mysterio's World
Heavyweight Title match, ostensibly to help Rey. However, Chavo turned heel by
bashing Rey with a steel chair, which allowed challenger King Booker to win the
match. On the episode of SmackDown! before the Great American Bash, during a
backstage segment with Chavo, King Booker and Teddy Long, if you looked
closely, you could notice Chavo and Booker making eye contact in a rather
strange way while Teddy was talking to the both of them. This was obviously
somewhat of a hidden sign of what was to come at that Sunday's pay per view.

On the August 4, 2006 episode of SmackDown!, Chavo accused Rey of using Eddie's
name to succeed, claiming that Rey disrespected Eddie's memory. Chavo went on
to beat Rey Mysterio with a frog splash at SummerSlam 2006.

On the August 25, 2006 edition of Smackdown!, Vickie Guerrero came down to
appologize to Rey Mysterio and Chavo. Vickie ended up turning on Rey by hitting
him in the back with a steel chair.

The following week on the September 1, 2006 Smackdown!, Vickie Guerrero
announced herself as being the new manager of Chavo Guerrero.



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4.0 Moves
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Here is the legend for all the moves:

O:  Circle
X:  Cross
T:  Triangle
[]: Square

H: Head damage
A: Arms damage
B: Body damage
L: Legs damage

Sta: Stamina requirements
Mom: Momentum charge

Blood: Blood move
Dirty: Dirty move
Fav:   Favorite move
Pin:   Pin move
Sub:   Submission move



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4.1) Standard actions
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Ring In Move            Jumping 02

Ring Out Move           Quick

Taunt:
- Right analog down     Chavo 1
- Right analog left     Cut the air
- Right analog up       Chavo 2
- Right analog right    Eddie Gurrero 1

Fighting Stance         Wrestling 1

Walking Motion          Normal

Running Motion          Normal



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4.2) Standing
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Strike Attack:                
- Down + X             Dropkick 2         - H 4, A 1, L 1, B 4, Sta 6, Mom 6
- Diagonal down + X    Toe Kick 1         - H 1, A 1, L 1, B 2, Sta 4, Mom 4
- Left + X             Back Chop 4        - H 2, A 1, L 1, B 2, Sta 4, Mom 4
- Diagonal + up + X    Dropkick To Knee 1 - L 4, Sta 6, Mom 6
- Up + X               Enzuigiri          - B 4, Sta 6, Mom 6
- Right + X            Elbow Smash        - H 4, A 1, L 1, B 4, Sta 6, Mom 6

Grapple moves:

(clean)
- O                Arm Drag 2      - H 4, B 6, Stam 8, Mom 10
    - Down + O     Small Package 1 - H 1, A 1, L 1, B 1, Sta 6, Mom 8, Pin
    - Left + O     Suplex 11       - B 10, Sta 8, Mom 10
    - Up + O       DDT 14          - H 16, Sta 16, Mom 18
    - Right + O    Back Chop 8     - B 8, Sta 8, Mom 10

(dirty)
- O                Eye Rake 1 - H 10, Sta 8, Mom 10, Dirty
    - Down + O     Low Blow 2 - B 16, Sta 16, Mom 18, Dirty
    - Left + O     Eye Rake 2 - H 10, Sta 8, Mom 10, Dirty
    - Up + O       Eye Poke 4 - H 8, Sta 8, Mom 10, Dirty
    - Right + O    Head Pound - H 10, Sta 8, Mom 10, Dirty

- Down + O         Submission
    - O            Trailerhitch           - L 18, Stam 3, Mom 10, Sub B
    - Down + O     Sleeper Hold 1         - H 10, Stam 3, Mom 10
    - Left + O     Snapmare & Neck Lock 2 - H 10, Stam 3, Mom 10, Sub A
    - Up + O       Armbar 4               - A 12, Stam 3, Mom 10, Sub A
    - Right + O    Leg Lock 4             - L 12, Stam 3, Mom 12, Sub B

- Left + O         Speed category
    - O            Jawbreaker 1          - H 10, Sta 8, Mom 10
    - Down + O     Snapmare & Dropkick 1 - H 6, B 4, Sta 8, Mom 10, Fav
    - Left + O     Neckbreaker 10        - H 10, B 2, Sta 8, Mom 10
    - Up + O       Snapmare & Dropkick 2 - H 8, B 4, Sta 8, Mom 12, Blood
    - Right + O    Arm Drag 5            - B 10, Sta 8, Mom 10

- Up + O           Luchadore category
    - O            Gory special 2        - B 12, Stam 3, Mom 12, Sub A, Fav
    - Down + O     Cruiserweight Moves 6 - A 3, B 3, Sta 8, Mom 12
    - Left + O     Hopping Sunset Flip 1 - H 2, B 2, Sta 6, Mom 8, Pin
    - Up + O       Cruiserweight Moves 5 - B 2, Sta 8, Mom 16
    - Right + O    Hurracanrana 4        - H 8, B 4, Sta 12, Mom 14

- Right + O        Old School category
    - O            European Uppercut   - H 8, Sta 8, Mom 10, Fav
    - Down + O     Airplane Spin       - H 3, Sta 3, Mom 10
    - Left + O     Knee Breaker 1      - L 16, Sta 16, Mom 18
    - Up + O       Russian Leg Sweep 1 - H 6, B 4, Sta 8, Mom 10
    - Right + O    Running Neckbreaker - H 8, B 4, Sta 12, Mom 14

- X                Grapple Attack
    - X (1st)      Grapple Elbow Strike 1 - H 3, Sta 2, Mom 3
    - X (2nd)      Grapple Elbow Strike 1 - H 3, Sta 2, Mom 3
    - X (3rd)      Grapple Body Attack 1  - B 4, Sta 2, Mom 4

Grapple from behind:
- 0             Backslide Pin        - H 3, B 1, Sta 6, Mom 10, Pin
- Down + O      Abdominal Stretch 1 - H 2, A 2, L 2, B 4, Sta 3, Mom 10, Sub A
- Left + O      Russian Leg Sweep 1 - H 7, L 2, B 3, Sta 8, Mom 12
- Up + O        Backbreaker 6       - B 14, Sta 12, Mom 16
- Right + O     Sidewalk Slam 3     - B 10, Sta 8, Mom 12

(With groggy opponent)
- 0             School Boy Roll Up - H 2, B 2, Sta 7, Mom 11, Pin, Dirty
- Down + O      Bow & Arrow 4      - A 2, B 8, Sta 5, Mom 10, Sub A
- Left + O      Back Suplex 6      - H 2, B 8, Sta 8, Mom 12, KO
- Up + O        Octopus Stretch 2  - H 2, A 2, L 2, B 8, Sta 3, Mom 10, Sub B
- Right + O     Bulldog 5          - H 6, B 6, Sta 8, Mom 12

Top of cell attack:
(forward)
- O                    Downward Trust - H 15, A 15, L 15, B 15, Sta 16, Mom 40
- O + Any direction    Downward Trust - H 15, A 15, L 15, B 15, Sta 16, Mom 40

(backward)
- O                    Downward Trust - H 15, A 15, L 15, B 15, Sta 16, Mom 40
- O + Any direction    Downward Trust - H 15, A 15, L 15, B 15, Sta 16, Mom 40




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4.3) Ground
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Strike Attack:
- X                   Angry Stomp          - H 2, A 2, L 2, B 2, Sta 3, Mom 2
- Up / Down + X       Flip Senton Attack 1 - H 4, A 4, L 4, B 4, Sta 5, Mom 4
- Left / Right + X    Elboiw Drop          - H 4, A 4, L 4, B 4, Sta 5, Mom 4

Grapple Moves:
(upper)
- O            Raise
- Double O     Sit Down
- Down + O     Pin Fall     - H 1, A 1, B 1, Sta 3, Mom 3
- Left + O     Knee Drop 5  - A 12, Sta 8, Mom 12
- Up + O       Fury Punch 6 - H 10, Sta 8, Mom 12, Dirty
- Right + O    Fury Punch 7 - H 10, Sta 8, Mom 12, Dirty


(lower)
- O            Raise
- Double O     Sit Down
- Down + O     Pin Fall       - H 1, A 1, B 1, Sta 3, Mom 3
- Left + O     Stomp On Leg   - L 12, Sta 8, Mom 12
- Up + O       Punch To Groin - H 10, Sta 8, Mom 12, Dirty
- Right + O    STF 1          - H 4, L 8, B4, Sta 3, Mom 10, Sub A



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4.4) Corner
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Strike Attaks:
- X                    Turnbuckle Clothesline 1 - H 7, Sta 7, Mom 7
- X + any direction    Turnbuckle Dropkick 1    - B 7, Sta 7, Mom 7
(sit)
- X                    Turnbuckle Dropkick 2    - B 7, Sta 7, Mom 7

Grapple Moves:
- O                    10 Punch           - H 10, Sta 8, Mom 12
- Down + O             Mudhold Stomping 1 - B 10, Sta 8, Mom 12
- Left + O             DDT 22             - H 16, Sta 12, Mom 16, Blood
- Up + O               Superplex 2        - B 10, Sta 8, Mom 12
- Right + O            Corner Choke       - H 12, Sta 8, Mom 12, Dirty
(sit)
- O                    Raise the Opponent Up
- O + any direction    Pushes Turnbuckle  - B 10, Sta 8, Mom 12, Dirty

Grapple From Behind:
- O            Forearm Smash      - B 10, Sta 8, Mom 12
- Down + O     Illegal Pin        - H 2, B 2, Sta 6, Mom 10, Pin, Dirty
- Left + O     Lucha DDT          - H 14, Sta 12, Mom 16, KO
- Up + O       Super Back Suplex  - H 10, B 6, Sta 12, Mom 16
- Right + O    Tie to Tree of Woe - L 8, B 2, Sta 8, Mom 12, Dirty



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4.5) Rope
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Groggy on ropes:
- O + any direction    Acrobatic Clothesline - H 12, B 2, Sta 12, Mom 16

Rebound Attack:
(opponent up)
- T + X    Kitchen Sink 1        - B 6, Sta 7, Mom 7
(opponent down)
- T + X    Dropkick To Knee 3    - H 7, A 7, L 7, B 7, Sta 8, Mom 7
(opponent outside ring)
- T + X    Vaulting Body Press 2 - H 12, A 6, L 1, B 12, Sta 12, Mom 20

Diving out of the ring attack:
- [] + X   Rope Flip 2           - H 12, A 6, L 1, B 12, Sta 12, Mom 20



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4.6) Diving
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Vs standing Opponent
- Left + X     Front Drop Kick 3    - H 10, A 6, L 6, B 10, Sta 10, Mom 12
- Right + X    Flying Clothesline 2 - H 14, Sta 14, Mom 20

Vs downed Opponent
- X            Diving Elbow Drop  - H 1, A 1, L 1, B 9, Sta 9, Mom 20
- Left + X     Near Elbow Drop    - H 4, A 1, L 1, B 8, Sta 8, Mom 20
- Right + X    Diving Moonsault 1 - H 1, A 1, L 1, B 11, Sta 11, Mom 24, Pin



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4.7) Dash
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Running Strikes:
- X                    Clothesline 8  - H 6, Sta 7, Mom 7
- Any direction + X    Kitchen Sink 1 - B 6, Sta 7, Mom 7

Running Grapples:
- Down + O    Head Pound  - H 10, Sta 8, Mom 10, Dirty
- Up + O      DDT 3       - H 14, Sta 13, Mom 15, Blood

Rear Techniques:
- O             Bulldog 5         - H 10, Sta 8, Mom 10, Blood
- O (groggy)    School Boy Pin 2  - H 2, B 2, Sta 6, Mom 8, Pin

Running Ground Attack:
- [] + X                  Elbow Drop 5       - H 7, A 7, L 7, B 7, Sta 8, Mom 7
- [] + any direction + X  Dropkick To Knee 3 - H 7, A 7, L 7, B 7, Sta 8, Mom 7

Counter Attack:
- O                   Tilt A Whirl Sideslam 2 - B 12, Sta 12, Mom 14
- Up / Down + O       Hip Toss 1              - B 10, Sta 8, Mom 10
- Left / Right + O    Samoan Drop 1           - B 12, Sta 12, Mom 14



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4.8) Tag Team
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Standing Tag Team:
- O            Double Flapjack    - B 13, Sta 13, Mom 15, Blood
- Down + O     Double Punches 2   - H 11, Sta 10, Mom 13
- Left + O     Double Suplex      - B 14, Sta 14, Mom 16
- Up + O       Double Clothesline - H 12, B 4, Sta 14, Mom 16
- Right + O    Double Beat Head   - B 14, Sta 13, Mom 14

Corner Tag Team:
- O            Kick To Gut 1         - B 14, Sta 12, Mom 12
- Down + O     Whip & Lay Down       - B 10, Sta 12, Mom 14
- Left + O     Double Slide Leg Lock - L 18, Sta 16, Mom 18
- Up + O       Double Arm Whip       - B 12, Sta 16, Mom 18
- Right + O    Kick To Gut 1         - B 14, Sta 12, Mom 12



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4.9) Special
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Finisher:
- L1    Gory Bomb   - H 4, B 14, Sta 16, Mom 18, KO
- L1    Train Wreck - B 16, Sta 16, Mom 18, KO

Signature Moves:
-       Gory special 2        - B 12, Stam 3, Mom 12, Sub A, Fav
-       European Uppercut     - H 8, Sta 8, Mom 10, Fav
-       Snapmare & Dropkick 1 - H 6, B 4, Sta 8, Mom 10, Fav

Chair Finisher:
- L1                    DDT 23 - H 20, Sta 18, Mom 30, Blood
- Any direction + L1    DDT 23 - H 20, Sta 18, Mom 30, Blood

Combination Attack:
- X (1st)    Snap Jab            - H 2, A 1, L 1, B 2, Sta 4, Mom 4
- X (2nd)    Back Chop 4         - H 2, A 1, L 1, B 2, Sta 4, Mom 4
- X (3rd)    Shuffle Side Kick 1 - H 4, A 1, L 1, B 4, Sta 6, Mom 6



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5.0) Statistics
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Strength:    7
Submission:  8
Durabillity: 8
Tecnhique:   8.5
Speed:       8
Charisma:    8.5
Hardcore:    8
Stamina:     8.5
Overall:     88
Show:        Smackdown!



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6.0 Game review
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This is mi personal review for this game. I hope it can help you to decide if
to buy it or not. You can find this review on www.Supercheats.com, my favourite
source of faqs all over the web.



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Time to walk the ring one more time!

Here I am, to talk about another game about the WWE universe. But is that a
good game? On a first look this game can be taken as an update of his
predecessor, Smackdown! vs RAW, but it offers more on every aspect, like
gameplay and value that you will like it. Keep reading, if you want to know
more.



Graphics: 9/10

Every game they improve the graphic. Smackdown! vs RAW 2006 is no exception,
they scan the wrestler faces, and you can see the results with your own eyes.
The only thing I don't like, it's a problem I see every WWE game. I am talking
about the "create a wrestler" section. I know that a Playstation 2 has some
power limits, but I hate when I see my creation almost perfect, and when it
goes to ring is graphically downgraded to spare console power. It's simply
frustrating (if you have a lot of created wrestlers like me.)

The arenas are detailed, well done... but they looks exactly like the last year
arenas.

Another good addition to the graphic side are the entrances, this year they are
very well detailed, and almost all of them are marvellous reproductions of real
WWE superstars entrances. With some exceptions, of course (Batista and others).
The create an entrance section this year gives you more tools to prepare a
better entrance, allowing you to choose lights, pyros and moves for every
section of the stadium. That is a very good thing, but when I prepared my first
entrance, it took almost one hour to check every single camera position!



Sound: 10/10

This time you will hear a lot of voices from your favourite wrestlers, music
are very good, and entrance music are reproduced very well, in an almost
perfect way. This time is a professional work that won't disappoint you in any
way. Unfortunately the commentary can't be described as above. It will give you
a bad feeling of repetition, hearing all the times you do a finishing move the
same words and phrases repeated over and over again.



Controls: 9/10

Controls are well distributed on the gamepad, and they work fast. The only
thing I never liked is the targeting system. Almost every time I try to target
a different opponent I target my own partner, or the referee or even the wrong
enemy. In a single match it's not a real problem, but on multi-opponent
matches, like the Royal Rumble, it's a real pain.



Gameplay: 8/10

No doubt that Smackdown! vs RAW 2006 is a really great game. So, why I gave
only 8 points on gameplay? It's sad to say that, but... if you play that game
alone, it's not too fun. The core of the entire game, the season, it's made by
only a few episodes. You will play two episodes (not chosen randomly), the
Royal Rumble episode, and then the Wrestlemania Episode (and not for all
wrestlers, some of them won't be available for season play.) No more, no less.
There are no plots like title defence or parties, like Here Comes the Pain (the
best season of all WWE games). When I played the game for the first time I was
really disappointed of that, and I think it will be the same for you.

The roster is pretty good, a huge selection of WWE superstars and divas like
Trish Stratus, the Undertaker, Batista and John Cena. There is also a legend
selection that includes Andre the Giant, three (yes, three) almost identical
version of the legendary Hulk Hogan, and the usual "Stone Cold" Steve Austin
and the Rock. I was disappointed to have three different version of the same
wrestler, I think it's a waste of space than can be used for other wrestlers
and legends.

Another bad thing it's the idea to put Jake "the Snake" Roberts in the game,
but you have to connect your PS2 with a PSP with him unlocked in that, then
transfer it to your PS2. Sincerely, I find all this stuff nothing more than a
marketing manoeuvre to promote the PSP. Of course, if you have the old PS2
(not the slim version), you can't connect with a PSP, and it's very difficult
you will ever see Jake Roberts on your machine.



Lastability: 9/10

If you play this game with at least a friend... this changes a lot. I have
played with a multi-tap, and four friends, and I can assure you that I had the
time of my life! We shouted, insulted each other... we really enjoyed that.
Regarding the multiplayer option, I have the old PS2, and I can't play online,
so I don't know how is this game online, but a lot of people said me that is
slowed down.

There is also a new season type, called General mode. In that season you can
arrange your brand by yourself, creating a roster, deciding all the matches
every week. You decide your marketing strategies, creating feuds and 
nterfering with the other show. The only thing I don't like is that you can't
decide the match results by yourself, so, after all you don't have all the
control on the brand you will have as a real General Manager.



Overall: 9/10

If you want to play this game alone, I suggest you Here Comes the Pain or
Smackdown! vs RAW. But, if you will play this game with some friends, it will
give you one of the mostentertaining experience of your life, for you and all
your friends. If you are a fan of the WWE games then you should absolutely try
give game, it absolutely worth the effort.



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