WWE PRESENTS: NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS 2012
Live from the TD Garden in Boston, Massaschusetts
Sunday, September 16th, 2012
Boston has had its fair share of revolutions, most notably the 1773 Boston Tea Party as residents rebelled against taxes. This past Sunday Night at the TD Garden, another revolution has hit Boston. CM Punk
retained his WWE Championship over John Cena
with the assistance of Jack Swagger
and Matt Morgan
all apparent clients to the diabolical Paul Heyman
. Cena was overcome by incredible odds leaving him prey to the GTS and pinned in his own hometown. Paul Heyman defiantly declared that the future of World Wrestling Entertainment is officially on the brink of a revolution. Heyman called out to anyone in the back that wants to finally take back what is rightfully theirs, who wants to stop being buried by politics or because you don’t have the right “look” and anyone who wants to take over WWE to come to Raw tomorrow night as the Revolution begins.
had his own personal revolution as he not only defeated Randy Orton
but then cashed in with his Money in the Bank contract over Alberto Del Rio
who took a Brogue Kick from a frustrated Sheamus
after Del Rio with the assistance of Ricardo won the Championship.
left his former partner, Kofi Kingston
unconscious in the middle of the ring shouting “Jimmy told me to do it!” after Prime Time Players
won the Tag Team Championships.
The only other title change from Night of Champions took place when Eve
was triumphant over Kaitlyn
. Meanwhile, Antonio Ceasara
defeated his rival Kane
and two Champions walked away with their titals in tact as The Miz
and Antonio Ceasara
walked away with the Intercontinental and United States championships respectively. The Miz, however, was left wondering how much longer he will remain Champion as Ryback
interrupted the celebration chanting “Feed Me More!”
It is fitting that in Bridgeport, Connecticut close to where the WWE Heaadquarters are located that the so-called Revolution is beginning tomorrow night at RAW.