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D'Lo gets his belt


Three shots of D'Lo's European title victory celebration
 It's been a while since we've seen anyone as happy to win a belt as D'Lo was last night on Raw.

Pure, unbridled joy describes it best.

D'Lo Brown took the European title from Hunter Hearst Helmsley, furthering the Nation vs D-X feud.

Near the end of the match, HHH had things under control, and was about to Pedigree D'Lo when The Rock came in a slam HHH. Chyna and the referee were on the rampway keeping Mark Henry from getting involved.

The ref returned, and counted the 1-2-3, giving D'Lo the win, a title, and new legimacy in the WWF.

Make no mistake about it, this elevates D'Lo to a new level. He's a pro's pro in the WWF, willing to lay down if asked, and always getting better in the ring.

Helmsley was a two-time Euro champ, and the most-recent reign had lasted since March 16, when he beat Owen Hart.

-- GREG OLIVER, SLAM! Sports