Firstly, i will say that if there is anyone who i havent returned a review for SS or the previous raw then drop me a pm and then i will get the review to you. I have lost track of who i have and havent rewieved, so i may have forgotten one or two people
Secondly, unless you live in england or are aware of what is going on in england to a reasonable degree, you may not actually get some of the comments that are made on this show.
WWE RAW Ė 5th December
Raw is on the air, as the pyro for the show goes off. We scan around Earlís Court in London, England, and we see the fans who are on the feet, loving the fact that Raw is coming from England for the next two weeks
Then, *One Of A Kind*
hits, and out to the ring comes Rob Van Dam to the ring, to a reasonably good pop from the crowd. He comes out, and gives the crowd the RVD thumb taunt, and then gets into the ring, ready to get the show underway
*It wasnít my fault*
hits, and out comes Snitsky to the ring, to a small amount of heat. He comes down to the ring, and enters it, as the match is about to begin
Match 1 Ė Rob Van Dam vs. Gene Snitsky
Summary Ė A strange choice to start the night off, but it does signal that RVD may be in line for a push, with him getting to kick of the show. The match is a typical power vs. speed contest, with the speed of RVD allowing him to take an early advantage, with him kicking Snitsky all over the place, until a cross body is caught, and then Snitskyís power advantage in the middle of the match shows. He wears down RVD, but eventually RVD does enough to regain the advantage, and then he flies at Snitsky, doing all he can to ground the kick man. After a huge series of spinning kicks, he grounds him, and then after a rolling thunder and a five star frog splash, he gets the three count
Rob Van Dam wins by pinfall at 5:28
RVD celebrates the win, as he raises his hands in the air, and gets a nice reaction from the crowd, as the commentators remark on how impressive RVD looked, and how he really does appear to be fired up
We go backstage, and we see Eric Bischoff wondering around the backstage area, when we see John Cena walk into the shot, drawing a good pop from the crowd
Eric: Cena, what a pleasant surprise to see you here tonight.
John: What do you want Eric?
Eric: I just came by for a nice friendly chat between us, you know, just to clear the air. I mean, I donít think that what happened last week really went as planned. I didnít know that the Right To Censor were going to jump you, and for that I am sorry, so tonight, I have an idea, an idea that I think you will like. Tonight, I am going to give a new spirited debutant a match against you, just to see what they can do. Just thought Iíd let you know
John: What do you want me to say Eric? Jeez thanks for the match, great to see that you care about me, and hey, lets go out for a drink this evening? Or perhaps this is some kind of trick you have, some kind of attempt to keep me down at the bottom of the league. Well Eric, let me tell you this, it isnít going to work, because the chain gang of London, England wonít let it happen.
John: Now tonight, when I have the fans behind me, I will go into my match, and I will pick up the victory. Now you could be getting me to face anyone, but simply, it doesnít matter to me, because if they want some, then they can freaking come and get some
John: Oh and Eric, the offer still stands?
Eric: No chance Cena, I donít have to prove anything to you
John: You and me, one on one in the middle of the ring, on your terms. Now do you have the balls to face me, or are you going to be just going to be all talk and no guts
John: Because either way Eric, it is the mission of the chain gang to make Eric Bischoff, John Cenaís bitch!
Huge pop, as Cena walks off, with Eric looking furious
We return, as *5Ö 4Ö. 3Ö. 2Ö. 1Ö. Break The Walls Down*
hits, and out to the ring comes Chris Jericho, as we can see the ring is set up for the Highlight Reel. He comes down to the ring with the title around his waist in a cocky fashion, to a mixed reaction from the crowd, with them still seeing him as a tweener, which he now technically is
Chris: London is Jericho
Chris: And tonight, tonight is a very special night for every single one of you people, as tonight you are in the presence of the true special one, and I donít mean Jose Mourihno
Mixed Reaction with a few laughs
Chris: And anyway, what does he have on the ayatollah of rock and rolla anyway? He has never hat a hit single with the greatest rock and roll band of all time has he? And for those of you had the chance to check out Fozzy, I suggest you do so. Mourihno hasnít held every single title available to win in the WWE, and he certainly isnít here as the WWE champion, so we can safely say that Chris Jericho is the true special one
Chris: But last week, you saw Chris Jericho retain the WWE title in a gruelling contest against Christian. It a back and forth contest, which stretched both men to the limit, but I just had enough to retain the title in what was a stunning match.
Chris: But that leaves us without a number 1 contender to my title, which is the first reason I am out here tonight. You see, earlier tonight Eric Bischoff told me to announce that there will be a battle royal for the number 1 contendership taking place
Chris: Next week on Raw
Heat, as the crowd thought they would see the match tonight
Chris: But even though this battle royal will be taking place, as I have to ask myself what frankly the point it? I mean, Iíve beaten everyone who is going to be in the match anyway
Chris: John Cena? The man I beat 4 times for the title in the last few months. Christian, the guy I beat last week, and the man who I have kicked his ass more times than Arsenal have lost away this year
Mixed reaction, with some arsenal fans clearly in the crowd
Chris: Triple H, The Undertaker, Rob Van Dam, Matt Hardy, AJ Styles, Mohammed Hassan, Kurt Angle, they all have one thing in common, and that is that when faced with Chris Jericho, they all have lost
Chris: And trust me, whichever jackass comes out of the battle royal with the win with have to face me at New Years Revolution, and the chances of them taking the belt away from gorgeous waist are about the same as James Blunt releasing a decent record
Chris: But now, I shall introduce my guest. He is a former WWE champion, emphasis on the former, and he is an Olympic hero, just like Englandís own Eddie the Eagle was. Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome Kurt Angle to the highlight reel
hits, to boos from the crowd, as Kurt Angle comes down to the ring. We strolls out, ignoring the you suck chants from the crowd, and enters the ring, ready to be the guest of the show
Chris: Kurt, welcome to the highlight reel. Now, I know you had an announcement that you wanted to make, so please, be my guest
Kurt: Thank you very much Chris, and itís great to finally be given the kind of reaction that I deserve in this pathetic country
Kurt: I mean, this country is seriously lacking something, I think I know what the exactly that is. You see, I have the three Iís, integrity, intelligence and intensity, and when I look around England I donít see any of them being evident
Kurt: Intelligence we can start of with simply, as letís face it, a country who spends most of its time watching reality TV such as Big Brother and the X Factor canít really be that intelligent.
Kurt: Then we have integrity, and again, when I look at this country I donít see a lot of that. I mean, I picked up a newspaper today as I wanted to sit down and see what is going on the world, but I found very little evidence that anything was happening, because I could find nothing of any note, as all they talk about is who is doing what to who, and when I think of a newspaper, I want news some pathetic gossip
Kurt: And intensity, well, a country that spends a great deal of its time playing a sport such as cricket, which appears to have as much point as Rey Mysterio does have height canít be very intense
Kurt: But you see, these three qualities, in addition to the fact that I am an Olympic gold medallist will help me next week, when I go into the battle royal and win the match
Kurt: And then Jericho, I will go onto New Years Revolution and I will take that title off your waist. Oh itís true, itís damn true
Chris: Iím sorry assclown, but the chances of you taking this title off me are about as real as Jordanís breasts
A few laughs from the crowd
Chris: Yeah sure, you may have been an Olympic champion, but what the hell have you done in the last few years Kurt? What have you done? Letís take this year as an example shall we see, so we can see what little you have actually achieved. Yeah, you may have made Shawn Michaels tap out at Wrestlemania, but I did that to him at Survivor Series. But then you lost to Booker T at Judgement Day, then to HBK twice, something that I never did in a one on one match. And yeah, you did beat Rob Van Dam at Unforgiven, but you then lost to the washed up ECW spot machine the next month. Not very impressive is it?
Kurt: So yeah, I may have lost a few matches this year, I was the main reason why Paul Heyman is no longer the GM of Raw
Kurt: Oh itís true, even though I may have not been the last man left in the 6 on 6 match, the only reason that Christian had the chance to pin John Cena was because I kicked his ass so badly in the early part of the match.
Chris: But you still lost to him, didnít you? And Kurt, I donít give a flying monkeys about how many times you have done this, or have done that, because when it comes down to it I know that I can beat you one on one. So Kurt, if you do win the battle royal next week, then I have no problems with facing you at New Years Revolution, and if I do, then I take you down so much that you will never, ever be the same again!
*5Ö 4Ö. 3Ö. 2Ö. 1Ö. Break The Walls Down*
hits again, as Jericho walks out of the ring to a mixed reaction from the crowd, leaning towards boos and he strolls up the ramp with the title belt in his hands, staring at Angle in the ring as the two of them talk trash at each other.
We return and we see MNM are in the ring, as Melina is ready for her Taboo Tuesday rematch with Trish Stratus
Then, *Ooh, its time to rock and roll*
hits, and out to the ring comes Trish Stratus, to a pretty decent pop from the crowd, which is increased when they see that Punked for Kash are coming out with her, to act as helpers to ward off the threat from Nitro and Mercury
Match 2 Ė Melina w/MNM vs. Trish Stratus w/Punked for Kash
Summary Ė A good womens match here, which follows a similar pattern to the one that they had at Taboo Tuesday. The two women give a good account of themselves, as they put on a good match for the crowd as they try to both show why they should get a shot at the womens title at some point in the future. After a good few minutes of action, the end comes when Trish goes for the stratusfaction. She bounces off the ropes, but Nitro pulls the rope down, causing Trish to fly to the outside. Melina then distracts the referee, as Nitro and Mercury try to attack Trish. But Kash flies over the top rope, taking both members of MNM down with a flying cross body, and then Punk rolls Trish back into the ring. Melina goes over to Trish, who rolls her up and manages to get a three count
Trish Stratus wins by pinfall at 7:48
Trish celebrates the win, while MNM and Punked for Kash are brawling on the outside, when Eric Bischoff comes out onto the stage
Eric: You know what, I have had enough of you two teams fighting it out with each other, so next week, I am going to set up a pair of number 1 contendership matches. You see, Trish Stratus will face Melina, with the winner facing off against Alexis Laree the following week on the supershow. And Punked for Kash will take on MNM, with the winners going to New Years Revolution to face the Teachers for the tag team titles
Eric: But if there is anyone interference from anyone of you lot in either match, then you will both me suspended without pay for a full year. Now get out of my ring, because coming up next is John Cenaís match.
*MY Time is now*
hits, and out to the ring comes John Cena to a huge pop from the crowd. He comes down to the ring, with a focused expression upon his face, as he stares straight at Bischoff, wondering what kind of a match he has put him in tonight. He enters the ring and stands there, waiting
We return, and we see Bischoff still standing on the ramp
Eric: Cena, Cena, I promised you a match against a spirited debutant earlier tonight, but I have to admit, I may have lied when I said that. You see, tonight you will not face 1 debutant, but 5 of them
Eric: Everyone, please welcome John Cenaís opponents for tonight, the SPIRIT SQUAD
hits, as out to the ring come all 5 members of the spirit squad, to a reasonable amount of heat from the crowd, but to quite a few bemused faces. They come down to the ring, and they do a special cheer, before starting the match
Match 3 Ė John Cena vs. The Spirit Squad
Summary Ė Cena is given an impossible task, having to face all 5 members of the spirit squad in one match, especially as the match is taking place under tornado rules. Cena does his best in the early going, showing the greater experience that he has, taking down one member at a time, until the greater numbers of the spirit squad manage to overpower him. The spirit squad beat down Cena, doing a series of heel moves to Cena, keeping him down and generally just not letting him get anywhere in the match. However, after a missed leg drop from Kenny, the tide of the match begins to turn. Cena manages to regain some momentum, and he blocks the attacks of the spirit squad, and then starts to nail then with right hands of his own. He manages to nail the killswitch and the 5 knuckle shuffle to a pair of cheerleaders, before he goes for the F-U to Nick. He hits the move, and covers, but Mitch nails Cena over the head with the steel chair, causing the DQ
John Cena wins by DQ at 6:27
The spirit squad then all just beat down on Cena, giving him no chance of breaking free and defending himself after the chair shot. They all take it in turns to nail their finisher to Cena, as Bischoff comes out to the stage and smiles at what he is seeing
Eric: Cena, Cena, hope you can hear me down there, but I have a little message for you. You see, it concerns the little challenge that you made to me early tonight. Cena, I have decided to accept your challenge for a match, you and me, one on one, at the Supershow in two weeks time. On one condition, that condition being that you do not compete in the number 1 contenders battle royal that happens next week.
Eric: And Cena, you may have the chain gang, but I have the power in my hand, and just like that, I can destroy you.
Eric: The Spirit Squad, you guys did a great job out their, but Cena, they arenít the only oneís who I have to call on if things get a little bit tough. But you Cena, youíve got no-one worth a penny
Eric: So Cena, next week, you will give me an answer, and John Cena, see you next week, bitch!
Huge heat, as *Iím Back*
hits, and Eric Bischoff walks up the ramp, along with the spirit squad, while a bloodied Cena is left lying in the ring.
We return, and we see the teachers (Striker, Nowinski, and Alexis) sitting around a desk set up on the ramp, ready for the teacherís classroom
Striker: My name is Matt Striker, and today, our lesson will be about respect. Now respect is an issue which I feel that is one that needs to addressed for two reasons. Firstly, we are here in England this week, and that is a country that doesnít show any respect to anyone
Striker: I mean, letís take the example of, well, anyone to be honest, anyone who is famous. All that they ever get is hounded by the press who are trying to get some story about what kind of makeup they buy, and that frankly is an invasion of privacy and disrespectful
Striker: And secondly, because the teachers are the kind of people who you should be respecting
Nowinski: As a graduate of Harvard UniversityÖ.
Striker whispers something into his ear
Nowinski: Iím sorry, but I forgot that you people here donít have the intellectual capacity to ever know what a university is like
Nowinski: But basically, being a graduate of Harvard means that I am a hell of a lot smarter than every single one of you in this arena tonight
Alexis: People, people, you really donít seem to know how to respect someone, so what we are going to do tonight is give you a lesson in how to give someone some respect
Striker: Now Christopher, is it okay if I use you as an example here?
Nowinski: Yeah, sure
Striker: You see, what I just did was show some respect to my friend here, as I asked his permission to use him as an example
Heat, with some asshole chants
Striker: People, people, its not asshole, its anus
Nowinski: You see, people like us here are those who deserve to be respected, simply because, well we are better than all of you
Nowinski: We are better then the common citizens of this world, the CM Punkís, the Kid Kashís and Trish Stratusís, they canít even hold a candle up to us
Alexis: I wouldnít hold a candle up though because you might burn your fingers on the hot wax. Itís better to be safe than sorry
Striker: Those kinds of people, they donít deserve to get any respect from the likes of us. In fact, when we beat them down in the middle of the ring at Survivor Series to retain the tag team titles and for Alexis here to become the new womenís champion, we were showing them the respect that they deserve
Striker: And MNM, they are really no better than Punked for Kash. They may act like they are some kind of superstars from Hollywood, but in Hollywood they donít know what respect is
Nowinski: So to sum up todayís lesson, you should show respect to everyone, its just the way that respect is shown that differs. To people like us, you should show us a positive respect, and should basically be in our debt. And for the other kind of people that we have mentioned, they should respected by having their ass kicked
All three: So respect us three, your teachers!
Huge heat, as*Striker*
hits, as the teachers get up from their desk and the go backstage, holding the title belts up in the air.
We return, and we see Charlie Haas warming up in his dressing room, preparing himself for the stretcher match that he has later this evening
We go back to the ring, and *Masterpiece*
hits, and out to the ring to a decent amount of heat comes Chris Masters. He comes out, flexing his muscles in his usual long entrance for the crowd, before getting into the ring, ready to face Matt Hardy
Then, *Oh Yeah*
hits, to a hugeish pop from the crowd, which is steadily increasing by the week. Hardy comes out to the ring, throwing the version 1 sign to the crowd, and he gets down to the ring, ready to fight with Masters
Match 4 Ė Matt Hardy vs. Chris Masters
Summary Ė A solid match between the two, despite the clash in styles which seems to go over well with the crowd. The early stages of the match are very back and forth, before the match settles into a nice rhythm, with the power and strength of Masters managing to control the match. He works over Hardy, trying to stop the speed and quickness that he has over him, and succeeds, managing to knock down Hardy every time that he gets to his feet. However, a missed clothesline by Masters allows Hardy to counter with a dropkick, which turns the tide for him. He attacks Masters with a series of right hands, and nailing him with his usual set of Ďhotí moves. He goes for the twist of fate to Masters, but he counters it, and he manages to lock in the masterlock on Hardy. He has the hold locked in, and the match appears to be over, with there being nothing Hardy can do to stop the submission. But before Hardy passes out, AJ Styles comes down to the ring and starts to unload on Masters, causing a DQ
Chris Masters wins by DQ at 7:09
AJ and Masters start to brawl with each other, as AJ has come out to save Matt, just like Matt did for him the previous week. AJ takes down Masters, nailing him with a series of high impact moves, and eventually, Masters is knocked out of the ring and he retreats up the ramp signifying that soon he will be the new champion
We go backstage, and we see Todd Grisham, ready to interview Triple H right before his upcoming match
Todd: Triple H, in a few moments time you are about to go one on one with William Regal, a native of England. Your thoughts please
Triple H: You know Todd, let me spell this one out to you. Iím about to face William Regal, a man who has achieved nothing in his career when compared to me. I am a 10 time WWE champion, the man who single handedly retired Ric Flair, and who better believe it Todd as at the moment I am the man in this business
Triple H: So you know what, William Regal is as much as a threat to me as Peter Crouch is to scoring a goal
Todd: Last week, on your victory speech for your win over Ric Flair who were interrupted by Christian, and I take it you didnít take kindly to that happening, and you said you plan to add his name to the list of people you have beaten.
Triple H: Your damn right I did Todd, and Todd, that is exactly what I will be doing. Itís not a question of if I can add him to the list, itís a question of when I do. But Todd, at the moment, Christian isnít the main priority for me, and frankly, why should he be? I mean, he hasnít even done the half of what I have done
Triple H: You see, after I go out to that ring, and I beat the living hell out of William Regal, I will set my sights on the main event for next week, the battle royal. I will go into that match, and I take out each and every one of the competitors one by one. I will throw them over the top rope, and I will be the one who goes onto New Years Revolution to face Chris Jericho for the WWE championship. And do you know why Todd? Because I am the game, andÖ.
???: Thatís how I roll!
The camera pans back as we see Christian and Tyson Tomko walk into the shot
Christian: Hunter, another good speech there, but please, you winning the battle royal next week, itís just not going down like that. You see, itís Christianís time to shine, and become the champion. I mean, last week, I had the match against Jericho done and dusted, me winning the belt was a given until Shawn Michaels turned up and decided to retire upon us
Christian: But next week, I will earn my chance to become the number 1 contender, not by complaining and telling people that I should be it like some people hereÖ
Triple H: The reason I have been the champion 10 time is because I deserved every single on of those belts
Christian: And the reason that lost each of those 10 belts is because when it comes down to the crunch, you just donít have what it takes do you Hunter? You rise to the top because you get more chances than a game of monopoly, but when you are at the top, you fall down like a stack of dominos
Christian: And next week, I shall prove it by beating your ass in the battle royal, and personally eliminating you myself, because thatís how I roll!
Pop for Christian, as he and Tomko walk out of the shot and down along the hallway
Triple H: And I will show Christian exactly why I am the game, and I am that damn good!
We return, and William Regal is on his way out to the ring, to a good pop from the crowd in his native country. He enters the ring, waving at the fans, ready to face Triple H
Then, *Time to play the game*
hits, and out to the ring comes Triple H to a huge amount of heat, as he appears to getting back towards his main event position. He comes down to the ring, with the water bottle in hand as he spits water into the air. He casually steps into the ring, not looking concerned at all about the match
Match 5 Ė Triple H vs. William Regal
Summary Ė Nothing more than a filler style match, designed to give HHH a match on the show. HHH dominates the majority of the match, working Regal over and generally not allowing him to get much offence in. Although Regal does manage to make a brief comeback near the end of the match, it isnít enough to make much difference though, when HHH returns the offence by nailing a pedigree to the Regal. He covers, but after the count of two, *Just Close Your Eyes* hits, causing HHH to release the cover, thinking that Christian is coming out for some reason. He stands up the ropes, awaiting his arrival, when Tyson Tomko comes out instead, and as he comes down to the ring. The referee tells Tomko to go back to the dressing room, and while he is doing this, Christian enters the ring, and nails the unprettier to HHH. Christian quickly exits, while Regal covers HHH, and gets the three count
William Regal wins by pinfall at 5:34
Regal celebrates the win in the ring in front of him home crowd, while Christian and Tomko run up the ramp, staring at HHH after costing him the match
We go backstage, and there is Shelton Benjamin, doing some final warm ups in preparation for the main event match that we have this evening
We return, and we see Mohammed Hassan in his locker room along side Daivari
Hassan: So last week I ran away from the Undertaker Ė big deal! I wasnít scared of the old Taker appearing once every few weeks act. I wasnít frightened by the possibility of him coming to get revenge on me for Survivor Series. No, what I was doing is beaten the Undertaker at his own game. Yeah thatís right, I was out smarting the Undertaker. You see, if the Undertaker thought he had an edge on me, that he forced me to run away, then maybe, just maybe the deadman will show enough guts to come back and face me in a rematch. Not because he deserves it, and not because I need to prove I am better than him. No, so that I can finally get the respect that I deserve from every single one of you in this building tonight. Even though I have beaten almost every one there is to beat on the Raw roster, even though I have yet to be pinned or made to submit since my debut almost 1 year ago, I am still treated as a second class citizen, not only in America, but right here in London, England. Today, me and Daivari, we tried to go on a sightseeing tour of London, we tried to ride one of the buses, but we were thrown of because they thought we were suicide bombers, and they thought that there could be another incident of 7/7 happening, and that is the kind of prejudice that I have had to put up with, and I have had enough. But after next week, when I win the battle royal and become the new number 1 contender, surely people will realise that I am the great, Mohammed Hassan!
A video package for the Shelton/Haas feud is shown
We see the early days of WGTT, before Shelton was drafted to Raw in 2005
We see Haas get drafted to Raw this year, and then his attempts to re-strike the team up
We see Haas try to help Shelton win his matches, but the attempts generally backfiring
We see the disagreements between them, with Shelton on the verge of his heel turn
We see the heel turn at Unforgiven, after the WGTT lose the tag title match
We see the match at Homecoming, where Haas sneaked the win
We see the build to the match at Taboo Tuesday, and then the match itself where Shelton took the win
We see the match on the last show before SS, where Haas beat Shelton after interference from both SS teams
We see Shelton win Haas in the 6 on 6 match at SS
We see Haas cost Shelton his match last week, and then the match for tonight made
We go to the ring, and *Worlds Greatest*
hits, and out comes Charlie Haas to a good reaction from the crowd. He comes down to the ring, looking at the finish line and the stretcher, before composing himself, ready for the challenge of the match against Shelton
Then, *Aint no stopping me now *
hits, and out comes Shelton Benjamin to the ring, to a decent amount of heat. He comes down to the ring quickly, ignoring the heat from the crowd he is getting, before going face to face with Charlie
Match 6 Ė Shelton Benjamin vs. Charlie Haas Ė Stretcher Match
Summary Ė A very good TV match here, with the two men giving it all they have in the feud ender. The match kicks off with a sustained period of technical wrestling, each one trying to show the other one that they are the better man in this department, as just as Haas manages to gain an advantage, Shelton rolls out of the ring, and introduces the weapons into the contest. The first major spot of the match comes when Haas nails the superkick to Shelton, while he is holding a chair in front of his face. We then get a few generic spots in NO DQ matches, with the trash cans coming into play, with the best of the spots being the springboard bulldog hit by Shelton onto one of them. The match then spills to the outside, and the stretcher comes into play for the first time, when Shelton rams Haas with it continuously, and then he manages to nail a T-Bone suplex onto the floor. He tries to put Haas on the shelter, but he has some strength left, and nails Shelton with right hands. They then fight towards the announce tables, where Shelton gains the advantage after a bell shot, but he misses the 450 splash off the top rope through the table where Haas was lying. Haas then takes control, and he nails a german suplex onto the steel steps, before putting Shelton on the stretcher, and taking him up the ramp. Shelton manages to recover from it though, and tries to hit a T-Bone onto the stretcher, but Haas flips out of it, and then nails the superkick to Shelton, knocking him through the barricade (which collapses) and into the crowd. The crowd are in awe of the match, and Haas puts Shelton back onto the stretcher, and takes him up the ramp. He gets within a foot of the line, when Shelton rolls of the stretcher, and to the ramp. Haas goes to put Shelton back on the stretcher, but Shelton low blows him, and goes to put Haas on the stretcher, and succeeds. He tries to push him over the line, but Haas is countering this, by steering the stretcher away from the line, and to the edge of the stage. The stretcher is on the edge of the stage now, as Shelton tries to push Haas over the line for the win. Haas however manages to pull Shelton down to the stretcher, and tries to roll it over the line. He almost manages it, when Shelton from nowhere springs up, and nails the T-Bone Suplex off the stretcher to Haas, and off the stage to the floor below. The crowd cannot believe it, as Shelton then throws the stretcher off the stage as well, and down to the floor. Shelton then climbs down off the stage by the proper route, and puts a knocked out Haas onto the stretcher, and pushes him over the line, to claim the win
Shelton Benjamin wins by pushing the stretcher over the line at 23:43
Shelton manages to stand up and claim the win, as Raw goes off the air, with it running short on time this week