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Staying on top
September 16, 2008

ECW Champion Matt Hardy had the last laugh, yet again, after he and Finlay, with Hornswoggle, defeated Mark Henry & Mike Knox, leaving them both bloodied, battered and bruised on ECW on Sci Fi.

After a distraction by Hornswoggle, Finlay hit Henry with his shillelagh, while Knox was leveled by a Twist of Fate by the ECW Champion. While Hardy and Finlay came out on top, once again, Henry was not pinned for the win, leaving the World’s Strongest Man still hungry to regain the ECW Championship. But before he can continue his quest to win back championship gold, Henry must face Finlay one-on-one this week on ECW. What will happen when the Belfast Brawler collides with the World’s Strongest Man?

With the help of The Miz, John Morrison got revenge on Evan Bourne for defeating him and the self-proclaimed “Chick Magnet” on Raw the previous night. Thanks to The Miz’s distraction, Morrison pinned Bourne for the win. Will the devious “Dirt Sheet” duo continue to brawl with the high-flyer? Will Bourne find a way to get back at Miz & Morrison for his loss?

“The All-American American” Jack Swagger made his ECW debut on Tuesday night, defeating a local competitor, Josh Daniels. Swagger, who joined ECW as part of General Manager Theodore Long’s New Superstar Initiative, made a strong impression on the Land of the Extreme. Who will this newcomer face next? Will Swagger continue to dominate in his “All-American” fashion?

Find out the answers to these questions and more on ECW on Sci Fi Tuesday night at 10/9 CT. Don’t forget, ECW on Sci Fi will begin airing at 9/8 CT on Sept. 30.

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