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Old 06-20-2011, 06:12 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Hey i just read ur first raw. It was pretty good. I liked the swagger face turn. It has a lot of potential. The nexus to sos transition was also cool. It brings up seth rollins and is certainly better than nexus. Anyways, keep it up. Ill read the other shows at another time. Ill be reviewing.
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Monday Night Raw (June 13, 2011)

The show opens with Alberto Del Rio coming to the ring in a luxury car as Ricardo Rodriguez announces his entry. Del Rio says that at Capitol Punishment he will be taking on Jack Swagger and he’s not exactly sure why he’s wasting his time with the match. Del Rio says that Swagger challenged his manliness last week and in a rush of adrenaline, Del Rio accepted his challenge.

He says that he has nothing to prove to Jack Swagger because he is definitely a man and he has the biggest cojones on the Raw roster. Del Rio says that he should be competing for the WWE Championship with John Cena, not wrestling against somebody who calls him a coward. Del Rio says he is a lot of things: rich, successful, handsome, skilled, smart and powerful but he is not a coward.

Jack Swagger comes out to a pop and he says that Del Rio is a whole lot of talk. He says that three weeks ago when they both lost the chance to face John Cena at Capitol Punishment to R-Truth, Swagger took it on the chin but Del Rio found an excuse and blamed him. Swagger says that at Capitol Punishment it will finally be Alberto’s chance to show everyone that he doesn’t need excuses.

Del Rio says that everybody already knows that he can beat Swagger but Jack replies by saying that once again, he is only using his words. He says that once they step into the ring together at the pay per view, the WWE Universe will really find out who can back up their words; the coward Alberto Del Rio, or the All-American American Jack Swagger.

Del Rio points out that Swagger’s knee is bandaged up pretty badly. Alberto says that if Swagger calls him a coward one more time then he won’t be walking on his two feet at Capitol Punishment. Swagger smiles, gets in Del Rio’s face and calls him a coward but out of nowhere Ricardo Rodriguez nails him with a chop block to the back of the injured knee.

The crowd boos as Swagger falls to the ground and Del Rio stomps on his knee and can be heard shouting “who’s the coward now?” The assault continues but then John Morrison runs down to the ring for the save, clearing it of Del Rio and Rodriguez before tending to Swagger. Jerry Lawler walks out on to the stage and says that he has the idea of making a match for tonight. He says that it will be Del Rio taking on John Morrison in the latter’s first match back from injury.


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Match One: Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre fight to a double disqualification after The Straight Edge Society attack both men and throw them out of the ring, before addressing Kofi Kingston at ringside. Punk says that Kofi has watched two worthless competitors face each other over the last few weeks. Punk says that at Capitol Punishment the only man that should be fit to take on the United States Champion is another champion. Punk proposes that Kofi defend his title against a member of the Society and Kofi hesitates. Punk asks if Kofi Kingston has seen what has happened to The Big Show, Kane and the two men lying outside the ring. He advises Kofi to have a think about his decision.

We go backstage to where John Morrison is standing with interviewer Scott Stanford. He is asked about his injury and Morrison is proud to say that he has fully recovered from his injuries. He says that his first match back will not be an easy one against Alberto Del Rio tonight but he says that he has respected Jack Swagger’s transformation over the last month and he has his back. Despite this, he says he has not forgotten the reason he has been injured for two months and he walks off looking very serious.


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Match Two: Zack Ryder defeats The Miz after a roll up in a massive upset. After the match, Ryder makes a quick exit as he celebrates in shock as Miz throws a massive temper tantrum, attacking the referee and knocking things over around the ring in rage.

We go backstage to where Kofi Kingston is speaking to interviewer Scott Stanford. Kofi says that he was going to defend his title against either Drew McIntyre or Dolph Ziggler but it looks like those two are out of the picture. Kofi says that it would be easy for him to reject CM Punk’s offer but that’s not how his mother raised him in Ghana. He says that he was raised to stand up to any fight and that he was also raised to take on the biggest challenges that he can. For that reason, he says that he has chosen to face The Straight Edge Society’s largest member in Mason Ryan at Capitol Punishment. Kofi says that he’s been an underdog all his life so it doesn’t worry him that he is the underdog once more when he will defend his United States Championship this Sunday.


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Match Three: Kelly Kelly, Eve Torres and Gail Kim defeat Melina, Maryse and Brie Bella after Kelly hits the K2 on Maryse. After the match, Kharma comes to the ring and is surrounded by all six divas. She gets jumped but fights them off, throwing most of the divas out of the ring. Just when she thinks all of them are disposed of she turns around to see Kelly on the top rope. The Divas Champion jumps off for a crossbody but Kharma catches her and sequences her momentum into a Samoan Drop! The crowd boos and cringes as Kharma stands atop the fallen Kelly and holds her Divas title up high, before laughing maniacally.

We go backstage to the person who will challenge John Cena for the WWE Championship at Capitol Punishment in R-Truth. Truth tells his interviewer Scott Stanford that last week his team won in the main event yet Raw still ended with the good guys celebrating. Truth says that the era of the good guy always winning is about to end. He says that life isn’t a fairytale and calls John Cena little red riding hood. Truth calls himself the wolf and says that this time the wolf is going to tear little red riding hood apart.


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Match Four: John Morrison defeats Alberto Del Rio after a Starship Pain. Before the finish, Jack Swagger comes out and distracts Del Rio, causing Morrison to nail him with the Pele Kick, which he followed up with his finisher for the pinfall. After the match, Swagger celebrates with Morrison as Ricardo Rodriguez pulls Del Rio out of the ring and the angry heels retreat up the ramp.

We go backstage to the WWE Champion John Cena who says that R-Truth’s done a lot of talking about how he hates playing to the fans and just hates the fans altogether. Cena says that he thinks it would be appropriate to dedicate his title defense at Capitol Punishment to all the fans that have supported him during his title reign. He says that if he wins, it will be because of all the fans and he thanks them for staying by his side and proving that their support really does matter. Cena says that he doesn’t need to worry about what will happen if he loses, because the fact is he won’t lose, and that’s the truth! Cena smiles at the jab at his opponent before we go to a break.


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Main Event: R-Truth defeats Rey Mysterio after a Shut Up. After the match he finds the lead pipe he has used in recent weeks and goes to attack Mysterio, only for the WWE Champion to come out to make the save. John Cena gets a massive pop as he makes his way to the ring, but R-Truth uses Rey Mysterio as a shield to protect himself from Cena. After a few seconds of pacing, Truth throws Mysterio’s dazed body at Cena and then takes advantage of the champ’s confusion, nailing him in the stomach with the lead pipe. Truth drops the weapon and then runs off the ropes to nail the champ with the Shut Up. R-Truth stands over John Cena and holds up the WWE Championship as the last Raw before Capitol Punishment ends.
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I read all your shows and TBH i'm enjoying reading this. Raw was really good this week, i am really interested to see how you would book Capitol Punishment. My only problem was John Morrison returning so quickly and his return not even clearly being for Truth, i think you could have waited till after CP to have Morrison return, setting up a straight JOMO/Truth feud. Currently Jomo is where he shouldn't be, involved in a feud between Swagger/Del-Rio. Also, Morrison came out of nowhere to save Swagger, he has no real beef with Del-Rio and he is definitely never been a friend of Swagger, seemed a bit pointless.
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Friday Night Smackdown (June 20, 2011)

Match One: Sin Cara defeats Cody Rhodes after a sunset flip in a rare occasion where a match starts off the show. After the match, Ted DiBiase gets into the ring and looks to attack Cara but he is taken care of with a head scissors take down, which sends him out of the ring.

We go backstage to where The Corre is talking. Barrett says that Slater and Gabriel don’t need to apologise for their actions last week because he accepts them back into the group. Slater is confused and says that Barrett should be the one saying sorry but Wade replies by saying that he’s the leader and he doesn’t need to apologise for anything. Gabriel says that he can’t be a leader if there’s nobody to lead, before patting him on the back and walking off with Slater.

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Derrick Bateman and Johnny Curtis come to the ring and Curtis says that ever since they chose to come to Smackdown they’ve received quite a hostile welcome, from two men in particular. Bateman says that Chavo Guerrero and Brodus Clay are two great forces and he respects that- even if Brodus happens to be both of those forces and Chavo is none. Curtis says that they’ve played around for long enough. They want Chavo and Brodus in the ring, right now!

Chavo and Clay come out and Guerrero reminds them who they are going face to face. Chavo says that they go all the way back to NXT Season Four with Brodus Clay and although Curtis won, Clay was the real star and that’s why he has been on Smackdown ever since then. Bateman says that they aren’t scared of Brodus and they definitely aren’t scared of Chavo. He says that it is about time they went head to head in the ring and Chavo nods, accepting their challenge.

Match Two: Chavo Guerrero and Brodus Clay defeat Derrick Bateman and Johnny Curtis after Chavo hits a Frog Splash on Curtis, although the damage had already been done courtesy of Brodus Clay. After the match, Big Brodus assets his dominance by nailing Curtis with the ICU and throwing him out of the ring into the ring barricade. Bateman escapes but is forced to watch his partner being wheeled out on a stretcher.


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We go backstage to where Heath Slater and Justin Gabriel are talking. Wade Barrett runs onto the scene and they don’t look happy to see him. Wade, however, looks apologetic and says that he is sorry for the things he said. He says that he hasn’t been grateful for their help over the last few weeks. Barrett says that he hopes that they’ll be in his corner at Capitol Punishment when he defends his title against Big Zeke. Slater and Gabriel still seem reluctant until Wade says that he will offer them Intercontinental title shots if they help him win his match on Sunday and this makes them much happier to be on Barrett’s side.

We go to the ring where Tyson Kidd makes his entrance accompanied by Michael Hayes. Hayes says that last week Tyson’s loss to Alex Riley was by all means a fluke. He says Tyson was having an off day and was in fact sick. Hayes says that tonight, Kidd is ready to fight properly and show everybody why he had the skills to graduate the fabled Hart Dungeon. Hayes invites Riley to the ring for a rematch from last week.

Alex’s music plays to a pop and Riley stands on the stage, before saying that he would love to beat Tyson one more time as he accepts the challenge. He runs down to the ring but as he stands on the apron and steps through the ropes, Hayes grabs his leg and trips him up. Kidd takes advantage and begins showering Riley with kicks and elbows as his manages slides him a steel chair just like last week. Again like last week, Kidd nails Riley in the back with a chair shot, laying him out. Hayes slides into the ring and raises Tyson’s arm as the crowd boos.


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Match Three: Daniel Bryan defeats Sheamus after ducking the Brogue Kick and rolling him up. After the match, a furious Sheamus attacks Bryan, clotheslining him to the ground. Cody Rhodes runs down to the ring and stares off against Sheamus and Bryan, before aiding the Celt in his assault of the former NXT Season One Contestant. Sin Cara then runs out onto stage and points his finger at the ring, before running down and clearing the ring of Rhodes and Sheamus. He helps Bryan up and the faces in the ring stare down the heels retreating on both sides of the ring as the four men to face each other at Capitol Punishment stare at each other the last time before Sunday.

We go backstage to where The Great Khali is walking with Ranjin Singh but out of nowhere Singh gets taken down with a chair shot from behind. Khali turns around to see Jinder Mahal, who immediately nails Khali squarely in the head with the chair but it hardly seems to faze him. Khali grabs Mahal but takes a shot to the stomach with the chair, doubling him over. Mahal takes Khali being winded as an opportunity to strike him in the back with the chair, forcing him to his knees. He then hits his back once more, sending Khali to the floor. Mahal smacks him a few more times for good measure before stomping on his head and leaving, pleased with what he has done.


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Match Four: Ezekiel Jackson defeats Jimmy Uso in a squash match. After the match, The Corre run out to the ring and surround Big Zeke. Nexus style, they all hop onto the apron at the same time and then get into the ring. Ezekiel starts of strong attacking Gabriel but eventually the numbers catch up to him. After a moderate beat down, Shelton Benjamin runs down to the ring to a pop and for a while he manages to turn the tables, but 3 on 2 is still an advantage and he soon falls to the same fate as Big Zeke. Shelton ends up being hit with the Sweetness (Jumping Russian Leg Sweep) from Heath Slater and is kicked out of the ring. Ezekiel’s fate is worse as he first suffers the Wasteland from the Intercontinental Champion and is then crushed with a 450° splash from Justin Gabriel. The crowd boos as The Corre stands over Ezekiel to end the segment.

We go backstage to where Jack Korpela is with World Heavyweight Champion Christian. Christian says that all that needs to be said was said last week. He knows that Orton is mad and he has one last chance to see that Christian is worthy of being champion. He says that tonight he faces Mark Henry in a non-title match and he knows Randy Orton will be there, he just doesn’t know what the unpredictable Viper will do. One thing he isn’t though, Christian says, is scared of Orton.


Commercial Break

Main Event: Christian defeats Mark Henry with a Reverse DDT in a match where Randy Orton started on commentary but soon left the booth and stalked the ring, watching the match from a closer proximity. After the bell sounds Orton stays on the outside, smiling at Christian. The World Heavyweight Champion stares at him warily for a while before starting to exit through the ropes, only for Orton to slide into the ring and grab him. Randy pulls Christian onto the second rope before smiling at him once more and hitting him with a devastating DDT. The crowd boos as Orton celebrates and kisses the World title to end the final Smackdown before Capitol Punishment.
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WWE Championship: John Cena © vs. R-Truth

Almost a month ago on Raw, R-Truth won the right to face John Cena for the WWE Championship in a triple threat match also containing Alberto Del Rio and Jack Swagger. The subsequent feud he built with Cena was about the fans just as much as the two wrestlers themselves. Truth has said lots about how he doesn’t care about the fans anymore and how the fans never got him anywhere, while Cena has been on the fans’ side, as he has been for the majority of his career. Truth has been causing trouble on Raw these past few weeks, smoking cigarettes and attacking others with a lead pipe, which he used to lay out Cena this past Monday. Truth is out to capture the WWE Championship in his first title match while Cena is out to shut R-Truth up and show him that the fans are what matter. Who will walk away a champion?

World Heavyweight Championship: Christian © vs. Randy Orton (30 Minute Ironman Match)

This rivalry started off after Extreme Rules, where Christian won his first ever World Heavyweight Championship, beating Alberto Del Rio after previous titleholder Edge was forced to retire. On Christian’s first Smackdown as champion, Randy Orton defeated him for his title and he was shattered, his boyhood dream crushed after a few measly days. At the Over The Limit pay per view last month, Christian won his title back though and Randy has not been happy about it. Orton immediately invoked his rematch clause on the first Smackdown after the event and Teddy Long decided to heat things up this time, making the match a 30 Minute Ironman match. That night ended with an RKO to Christian but the next week the champ outsmarted Orton and ended the show with him celebrating. Their contract signing a week later heated things up, bringing up topics such as passion, age and success and it ended with Christian putting Orton through a table. Two days ago though, the final Smackdown before tonight ended once again with Randy Orton kissing the World Heavyweight Championship after laying out Christian with the Rope Hung DDT. Tonight, for half an hour, these two enemies will face each other in the ring with no excuses, but who will prove himself as the ultimate champion?

United States Championship: Kofi Kingston © vs. Mason Ryan

Kofi Kingston was originally going to face either Drew McIntyre or Dolph Ziggler at Capitol Punishment but this past week on Raw, The Straight Edge Society made it clear that Kofi would be facing one of them. After being threatened by their leader CM Punk, Kofi agreed to defend his title against the Society’s largest member, Mason Ryan. Will Kofi be able to keep his United States Championship going up against literally his biggest competition so far?

Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © vs. Ezekiel Jackson

A few months ago, The Corre looked like one of the most powerful groups that the WWE had seen in a long time. However, Wade Barrett’s unfulfilled promise of having “no leader” made Ezekiel Jackson leave the group and rebel against Barrett. Big Zeke had a title match at Over The Limit but Barrett kept his title after a disqualification ending, and Jackson immediately made it clear he wanted another title shot. He eventually did get his shot but not until he defeated Corre members Heath Slater and Justin Gabriel in a handicap match. Barrett has had some issues with his stable mates in the past few weeks but they look to have been resolved, as the trio beat down Big Zeke on the last Smackdown before Capitol Punishment. Once friends, now foes, either Wade Barrett or Ezekiel Jackson will walk out of the pay per view as the Intercontinental Champion, but which one will it be?

Grudge Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger

This match stemmed from the aforementioned triple threat main event almost four weeks ago on Raw. Alberto Del Rio only had Jack Swagger to blame for his loss and he got his revenge, attacking Swagger backstage that night. At this point Del Rio was done but Swagger wasn’t going to let him get away with it, challenging him to a match at Capitol Punishment and Del Rio accepted after Swagger called him a coward. This last week on Raw saw Del Rio say that accepting the challenge was a mistake and Jack Swagger came out to talk some sense into him, only to be beaten down by Del Rio and his personal ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez. Later, Swagger cost Del Rio a match against the returning John Morrison and now both men are out for revenge. This match is only about one thing, making the other man suffer, but who will get the pinfall in what is sure to be a violent affair?

#1 Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan (Fatal 4 Way Match)

This match was made after Sheamus complained to Smackdown General Manager Teddy Long that nobody was getting title shots apart from Randy Orton and Christian. Long immediately announced a Fatal 4 Way match for Capitol Punishment where the winner would get the next shot at the World Heavyweight Championship. Sheamus was the first to qualify for the match, defeating The Great Khali, before Sin Cara defeated Ted DiBiase to qualify. The next week Daniel Bryan defeated Mark Henry and Cody Rhodes defeated Shelton Benjamin and Wade Barrett in a Triple Threat match to also qualify. A brawl with the four men followed the next week before this last week on Smackdown, Cara defeated Rhodes and Bryan defeated Sheamus. With all four men vying for a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship, the question is: who wants it most?

Divas Championship: Kelly Kelly © vs. Kharma

It was a childhood dream for Kelly Kelly to win the Divas Championship, and everybody was happy for her when she did so at Over The Limit, defeating Brie Bella. However, Kharma was also a force running through the divas division, laying out everyone and not sparing a soul. Kelly managed to avoid Kharma for a while before she was eventually caught and Kharma’s intentions at a title match were made known. The final Raw before Capitol Punishment ended with Kharma holding up the Divas Championship and laughing. Will Kharma’s first ever WWE match see her end Kelly’s dream title run, or can the champion defy all the odds and slay the beast?


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WWE Championship: John Cena © vs. R-Truth

World Heavyweight Championship: Christian © vs. Randy Orton (30 Minute Ironman Match)

United States Championship: Kofi Kingston © vs. Mason Ryan

Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © vs. Ezekiel Jackson

Grudge Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger

#1 Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan (Fatal 4 Way Match)

Divas Championship: Kelly Kelly © vs. Kharma

Bonus Questions

1. Predict the match order.

2. Which matches will be the shortest and the longest?

3. How many title changes will there be (if any)?

4. Will there be any surprise appearances?

5. What will be the final score in the 30 Minute Ironman match (winner is irrelevant here)?

6. Who will be pinned in the Fatal 4 Way match?



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I just want to say that yes I have been taking notice of this thread however because of how late I was in noticing this thread and sitting up and paying attention, I felt I had to wait until CP to catch up and review for the first time, in this thread. However, after spending an hour or so catching up on everything that's happened in this thread, I generally am impressed with everything you have done. I'll leave my predictions and I'll review CP, for sure. After that, you can expect me to be reviewing and giving feedback a lot more regularly


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7 - WWE Championship: John Cena © vs. R-Truth
I really can't see R-Truth winning this match, much like the match in real life and I really do hope you write the match better than it actually was in real life Chances are, you're going for an ADR/Cena feud heading in to the summer which should be good, to be honest. I can see Swagger getting the slower build but i'll explain later. This is probably the easiest match to predict, to be honest.

6 - World Heavyweight Championship: Christian © vs. Randy Orton (30 Minute Ironman Match)
This is a bit harder but I can see Christian picking up the victory here as I feel you're "righting the wrongs" so to speak regarding his title reign. I feel Orton will pick up another feud for the Summer which doesn't involved the title but I'm not certain but I'll go with Christian picking up the W here.

5 - United States Championship: Kofi Kingston © vs. Mason Ryan
If Kofi's going to lose the belt, to either be brought in to the WWE title picture or even becoming a more credible superstar then he needs to lose it to someone more credible and a better wrestler than Ryan. Yes he's got presence, just not the skills. However you might be giving him a little bit of a push, but i'll stick to my guns and say KK to retain.

1 - Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © vs. Ezekiel Jackson
The only title change of the night. I think Barrett will be propelled in to the ME scene soon enough and losing the IC title will be the first step in doing so. Obviously he'll have his rematch at MITB possible, but whatever. Zeke needs the title more than Barrett does and Zeke looks like a threat unlike Mason Ryan - Just don't let him speak, have him be a "chris benoit"'esue type characters and let his actions do the talking, or give him a mouthpiece. But yeah, I digress - Zeke to win, Barrett to be screwed out of his rematch some how and he then moves further up the card.

2 - Grudge Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger
I feel Jack Swagger will eventually be competing for the WWE title, but not yet. He needs his credibility to be built up again after a very poor year. And personally I think that this match will spark the feud for Swagger's eventual title win, with Del Rio screwing him out of the opportunity, only for Del Rio to win the title and Swagger to become number on contender later on after overcoming the odds to so to speak. What i'm saying is that in a couple months time, towards the end of the year (if you get that far, which hopefully you will ) this match will be for the WWE title. I can see it now... But ADR to win through a screwy finish.

4 - #1 Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan (Fatal 4 Way Match)
When I say I don't have a clue about this match, I genuinely do mean it. I think it's far too early for Sin Cara and Daniel Bryan needs a slower build. Cody Rhodes and Sheamus however, have equal chances. Sheamus is obvious simply because he's the one who brought this match about, pleading to T'Long but I seriously think Rhodes is the Dark Horse in this, in that he's good in the ring, decent enough on the mic and he's a hateable character and I could see more of an interesting feud between him and Christian than Sheamus and Christian. That being said, I think you're going to save that and give Sheamus the shot, leading up to a Summerslam/

3 - Divas Championship: Kelly Kelly © vs. Kharma
Patience is a virtue my friend, and the longer you wait the bigger the pay-off. Kharma to get DQ'd for some reason. Dunno, tbh.

Bonus Questions

1. Predict the match order. Done

2. Which matches will be the shortest and the longest? Longest: Orton/Christian....... Shortest: Kingston/Ryan

3. How many title changes will there be (if any)? One - The IC title

4. Will there be any surprise appearances? The Rock will show up in the ME

5. What will be the final score in the 30 Minute Ironman match (winner is irrelevant here)? 2-1 after five minute overtime.

6. Who will be pinned in the Fatal 4 Way match? Daniel Bryan



I must say, a bit disappointed that there's no tag matches in this baring in mind i'm a huge fan of Tag Team matches, but i'm still looking forward to it and I really do hope you write a better show than what it was IRL - not that that's hard, not much to live up to tbh. Good luck and i'll definitely give you feedback
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6.WWE Championship: John Cena © vs. R-Truth

7.World Heavyweight Championship: Christian © vs. Randy Orton (30 Minute Ironman Match)

1. United States Championship: Kofi Kingston © vs. Mason Ryan

3.Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © vs. Ezekiel Jackson

4.Grudge Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger

5. #1 Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan (Fatal 4 Way Match)

2. Divas Championship: Kelly Kelly © vs. Kharma

Bonus Questions

1. Predict the match order. Done

2. Which matches will be the shortest and the longest?
Shortest: Kelly vs Kharma Longest: Randy vs Christian ()

3. How many title changes will there be (if any)? 1

4. Will there be any surprise appearances? yes

5. What will be the final score in the 30 Minute Ironman match (winner is irrelevant here)? 2-1

6. Who will be pinned in the Fatal 4 Way match? Daniel Bryan

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5 - WWE Championship: John Cena © vs. R-Truth

7 - World Heavyweight Championship: Christian © vs. Randy Orton (30 Minute Ironman Match)

1 - United States Championship: Kofi Kingston © vs. Mason Ryan

3 - Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © vs. Ezekiel Jackson

2 - Grudge Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger

4 - #1 Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan (Fatal 4 Way Match)

6 - Divas Championship: Kelly Kelly © vs. Kharma

Bonus Questions

1. Predict the match order.
Done above

2. Which matches will be the shortest and the longest?
Shortest: Kelly Kelly/Kharma Longest: Christian/Randy Orton

3. How many title changes will there be (if any)?
One (Divas)

4. Will there be any surprise appearances?
The Real Barack Obama

5. What will be the final score in the 30 Minute Ironman match (winner is irrelevant here)?

1-0

6. Who will be pinned in the Fatal 4 Way match?
Sheamus
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(6) WWE Championship: John Cena © vs. R-Truth (Cena Wins)

(7) World Heavyweight Championship: Christian © vs. Randy Orton (30 Minute Ironman Match) (Draw, Chrisitan retains)

(2) United States Championship: Kofi Kingston © vs. Mason Ryan (Kofi wins)

(4) Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © vs. Ezekiel Jackson (Zeke wins)

(3) Grudge Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger (Del Rio wins)

(1) #1 Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan (Fatal 4 Way Match) (Sheamus wins)

(5) Divas Championship: Kelly Kelly © vs. Kharma (Kharma wins obviously)

Bonus Questions

1. Predict the match order. I'll write the numbers before every match

2. Which matches will be the shortest and the longest? longest (Ironman) shortest (Divas Championship)

3. How many title changes will there be (if any)? two Zeke wins IC Title and Kharma wins Divas Championship

4. Will there be any surprise appearances? yes

5. What will be the final score in the 30 Minute Ironman match (winner is irrelevant here)? hhmm 2-2

6. Who will be pinned in the Fatal 4 Way match? Cody Rhodes


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We are welcomed to the nation’s capital by our commentary team tonight, consisting of Michael Cole, Josh Matthews, Booker T and none other than Jim Ross. They run down the card for the night, hyping up the dual main events of John Cena taking on R-Truth for the WWE Championship and also Christian taking on Randy Orton for the World Heavyweight Championship in a 30 Minute Ironman Match.

We then go to the ring for our first match of the night, where the new Number One Contender to the World Heavyweight Championship will be decided.

Match One: #1 Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship - Fatal Four Way
Sheamus vs. Cody Rhodes w/Ted DiBiase vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan


We come into the match after a few minutes have elapsed, where if you could choose one word to sum up the action so far, it would be ‘chaotic.’ Bodies were flying all over the place and now thanks to a strategic teaming up by Sheamus and Cody Rhodes, the other competitors have been dumped from the ring leaving them to fight it out one on one for the time being. At the moment, Sheamus has his adversary under his control as he applies a sleeper hold to the struggling Rhodes. Showing that there are no friends in a match where the stakes are this high, Sheamus tightens his grip around Rhodes’ neck as the second-generation star shows signs of fighting back. Sheamus laughs as the crowd boos but he takes one step too far back and Ted DiBiase manages to take advantage from the outside by grabbing Sheamus’ leg from under the bottom rope. This startles The Celtic Warrior enough for him to release his grip on Rhodes and turn around to scold DiBiase, who takes a step back and shrugs his shoulders innocently and as soon as Sheamus turns back around he cops a shoot kick to the chest from Daniel Bryan!

The crowd pops as The American Dragon has found his way back into the action and the blow from the kick sends Sheamus staggering backwards onto the ropes. Bryan then grabs Cody Rhodes, who is still in a bit of a daze, and spins him around before promptly sending him to the mat with a snap suplex. The crowd pops but Sheamus is back to balancing on his own two feet and he hastily goes to behead Bryan with a clothesline. The Indy Veteran dodges the move, however, and buckles Sheamus with a no-nonsense kick to the back of his knee. The former WWE Champion goes down to one knee and Bryan follows up by nailing him with a hard European uppercut that sends him to his hands and knees, clutching at his jaw. Bryan then kicks Sheamus once more, this time right in the stomach and it sends The Celtic Warrior rolling out of the ring in pain. The crowd is no doubt surprised at just how much Daniel Bryan is making the much bigger Sheamus look like ragdoll but he has no time to celebrate, as out of nowhere Sin Cara springboards into the ring and WITH PERFECT ACCURACY, FLIPS AND TAKES HIM DOWN WITH A DRAGONRANA! Bryan’s shoulders are down!

ONE!

TWO!

CODY RHODES BREAKS UP THE PIN!

The crowd pops at the sheer magnificence of the move but their excitement is short lived as Cody Rhodes grabs Sin Cara and pulls him up to his feet, before bringing him up for a front suplex, only for Cara to flip through the move and land on his feet! The crowd pops at the feat of athleticism but Cody isn’t so impressed as he charges at Cara only to be taken down with an arm drag, and then another as he gets back to his feet. Rhodes gets up a second time, noticeably slower and Sin Cara pushes him backwards into the ropes, before catching him with a drop toehold on the rebound. Cara gets to his feet, only to be grabbed out of nowhere by Daniel Bryan WHO TWISTS HIM INTO PLACE FOR THE LEBELL LOCK! The crowd pops as Bryan gets Cara down onto the mat in the devastating finishing maneuver and there’s nowhere to go for the WWE’s newest Mexican import! He struggles for a few seconds BEFORE RAISING HIS ARM TO TAP OUT- SHEAMUS KICKS DANIEL BRYAN IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD! SHEAMUS BREAKS UP THE HOLD!

There is a sigh of relief from the crowd, who don’t want this action packed match to end, however the crowd’s mood then turns sour as Sheamus picks up Daniel Bryan and tosses him into the corner, where he connects with the turnbuckles and hits the mat with a sound as sharp as the lash of a whip. The Celtic Warrior raises an arm in celebration, only for Cody Rhodes, who was on the outside getting a drink from Ted DiBiase and laying low during this time, to sneak back into the ring behind him and nail him with a dropkick to the back of the head. Sheamus staggers forward and Cody sees it as his advantage to attempt to take the big man down with a bulldog, only for Sheamus to block the move and send Cody running forward into the corner face first. Lucky for Cody, his face is protected by his opaque mask but no headgear will save him from Sheamus, who runs and ABSOLUTELY TAKES HIS HEAD OFF WITH A BROGUE KICK TO THE BACK OF THE HEAD! Cody slumps to the floor as Sheamus covers him!

ONE!

TWO!

THRE- NO! DANIEL BRYAN BREAKS UP THE PIN AT THE LAST MILLISECOND!

The crowd pops; obviously none of them want Sheamus to be the victor in this thrilling opener. Bryan gets to his feet puffing but Sheamus is soon to follow and he doesn’t look happy. Sin Cara then also ascends to his feet and we have a three-way showdown in the centre of the ring. After a few seconds of heavy breathing, Sheamus lunges at Bryan and begins to hammer away at him with punches but Sin Cara comes to his aid and pulls Bryan down to the immediate safety of the mat, leaving himself to face the wrath of Sheamus. The Celtic Warrior smiles arrogantly but the humble Mexican superstar responds with a dropkick that immediately stuns his opponent. Cara knows that he can waste no time as he kicks Sheamus in the knee and then runs and springboard off the ropes to HIT HIM WITH A FLYING MOONSAULT- BUT SHEAMUS CATCHES HIM!

The crowd boos like crazy as Sheamus shifts Cara into position before THROWING HIM OVER HIS HEAD WITH A FALL AWAY SLAM! Cara flies through the air like a paper airplane and somehow manages to CONNECT WITH A GROGGY DANIEL BRYAN, SENDING HIM TO THE MAT WITH SOME SORT OF CROSSBODY! The crowd cheers as Cara somehow lands with a pin on Daniel Bryan, although not even he may realise at this stage!

ONE!

TWO!

SHEAMUS BREAKS UP THE PIN!

After realising how Sin Cara has landed, Sheamus hastily kicks him in the back to break up the pin before lifting up The International Sensation and PUTTING HIM IN PLACE FOR THE HIGH CROSS- NO! CODY RHODES NAILS HIM WITH A BULLDOG FROM BEHIND! The move sends both Sheamus and Cara to the mat as all four men are in the ring for the first time in a while. Cody Rhodes picks up Sin Cara and GRABS HIS HEAD IN POSITION FOR THE CROSS RHODES- DANIEL BRYAN PULLS HIM AWAY! The crowd pops as Bryan grabs Rhodes around the waist and plants him down with a German suplex! He keeps the waistlock intact and raises Cody for what could be another but Sheamus steps in front of Rhodes and NAILS BOTH MEN WITH A DOUBLE SPINEBUSTER! There is chaos everywhere as Sheamus stands up but has no time to make any further movements as Sin Cara appears and GOES FOR THE SPRINGBOARD MOONSAULT ONCE MORE- THIS TIME NAILING IT PERFECTLY! Sheamus falls to the ground under the momentum into a cover!

ONE!

TWO!

THRE- SHEAMUS KICKS OUT!

The crowd truly thought it was over but alas, the match continues with the shot at the World Heavyweight Championship still up for grabs with any of the competitors. Sin Cara gets to his feet wearily and senses that it’s his time to really capitalise on the three other men in the ring being down on the mat. The crowd cheers as he slowly makes his way to the top rope and the anticipation is building by the second. He waits for someone to get to his feet and the first person he spies is Cody Rhodes, who groggily gets first to one knee and then his feet as he sways a few metres in front of Cara. The cheers are at a climactic peak as SIN CARA LEAPS OFF THE TOP ROPE- AND FALLS TO THE MAT! TED DIBIASE HAS TRIPPED CARA AND SENT HIM CRASHING TO THE HARD RING BELOW! Rhodes realises what has happened and he quickly dives on top of Cara for the cover with deafening boos coming from the crowd.

ONE!

TWO!

THR- NO! DANIEL BRYAN BREAKS UP THE COUNT!

The crowd pops as Bryan gets to his feet and waits for Rhodes on his hands and knees, before hooking his arm and TWISTING HIM INTO THE LEBELL LOCK! There is a pop as Bryan manages to secure the hold on Rhodes but out of nowhere Sheamus breaks it up with a knee to the back of the head and the crowd’s excitement is short lived. Rhodes rolls out of the ring for another breather and presumably another drink courtesy of Ted DiBiase giving him a VIP ringside treatment. In the ring, Sheamus aggressively pulls Daniel Bryan to his feet right before bringing him back down onto his knee with a spine-shattering inverted facelock backbreaker! The crowd cringes as Sheamus once again brings The American Dragon to his feet, this time lifting him back up INTO POSITION FOR THE HIGH CROSS! Sheamus turns around, ready to execute the move AND SEES SIN CARA PERCHED UPON THE TOP TURNBUCKLE! THE CROWD POPS AS CARA LEAPS AND TAKES DANIEL BRYAN OFF SHEAMUS’ SHOULDERS WITH A MASSIVE HURRICANRANA!

The cheers continue to ring throughout the arena as Bryan rolls across the ring before coming to a halt under the ropes. Sin Cara walks over and pulls him to the centre of the ring to make a cover, but Sheamus clubs the luchadore from behind with a clothesline. He then lifts up Sin Cara and wears him down with a quintet of forearms to the chest, before capping it off with a knee lift right to the sternum, the impact of which sends Cara falling back to the mat. Sheamus continues his relentless assault with a trio of knee drops to the head as the referee is forced to watch and is pushed away as he tells Sheamus to ease off, the rules of a singles match not applying here.

The Celtic Warrior lifts Cara to a shaky upright position, before whipping him into the corner, although with such force that it looks like Sin Cara has simply been tossed like a scrunched up ball of paper into a trash can. Cara staggers away from the turnbuckle, his mind in another state, as Sheamus puts his head between his thighs and ONCE AGAIN LIFTS HIM INTO POSITION FOR THE HIGH CROSS! The crowd boos like crazy as Sheamus rotates to gloat to the entire arena, ONLY TO SEE DANIEL BRYAN STANDING IN FRONT OF HIM! Sheamus drops Cara behind his back and runs at Bryan, only for him to duck and run off the opposite ropes. Daniel turns around and prepares to face Sheamus BUT THE CELTIC WARRIOR GETS THERE FIRST AND TAKES BRYAN’S HEAD OFF WITH A SICKENING BROGUE KICK! The entire arena cringes as Daniel Bryan’s neck snaps back and the force of the boot sends him straight to the mat and then rolling out of the ring.

The crowd, still sickened, boos the living hell out of Sheamus as he raises both arms and laughs, only to turn around right into Sin Cara who CLOCKS HIM RIGHT IN THE CHIN WITH A SUPERKICK! There is a huge pop as Sheamus staggers backwards and rests on the ropes. Cara attempts to use the ropes to whip him to the opposite side of the ring but Sheamus easily reverses the momentum, due to his superior physique, flinging Cara away. Sheamus stands up off the ropes and prepares to face Cara, but he is COMPLETELY SURPRISED BY CARA JUMPING UP AND CATCHING HIM IN A TILT-A-WHIRL, WHICH HE SEAMLESSLY TRANSITIONS INTO A TORNADO DDT! The crowd goes wild for what the commentators call the ‘Hilatura Loca’ but Sin Cara isn’t done, as he heads right for the top rope. The cheers somehow grow even louder as CARA POINTS TO THE ECSTATIC AUDIENCE AND LEAPS WITH ALL HIS ENERGY OFF THE TURNBUCKLE WITH A FLAWLESS MOONSAULT! THE CROWD IS GOING MENTAL AS SIN CARA COVERS SHEAMUS!

ONE!

TWO!

THREE?

WAIT! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! CODY RHODES HAS PULLED SIN CARA OFF SHEAMUS! CODY RHODES PULLS HIM OFF THE COVER AND BREAKS UP THE PIN ATTEMPT!

The crowd’s reaction turns a complete 180 degrees as CODY RHODES PICKS UP THE SHOCKED SIN CARA AND PLANTS HIM DOWN WITH THE CROSS RHODES! The heavy boos pick up even louder as Rhodes then disrespectfully kicks Cara out of the ring and to the outside! And the chorus of heat could not get any louder as Rhodes smirks and lies down to cover Sheamus. Rhodes hooks the leg with the entire arena wanting him dead.

ONE!

TWO!

THREE!

Winner and the NEW #1 Contender to the World Heavyweight Championship: Cody Rhodes via Pinfall (22:35)

Cody Rhodes, the new #1 Contender, celebrates with his lackey Ted DiBiase to a great amount of heat before they head to the back on a high.

We go backstage to where Scott Stanford is with R-Truth for one final interview before his first ever WWE title match. Truth repeats what he has said on Raw this last month about how he is the underdog and how he turned his back on the fans to win the title. He concludes by saying that he will become champion for the first time, tonight, in the country’s capital.

We go to the ring for the second match of the night, and our first title match as Kofi Kingston prepares to defend his United States Championship.

Match Two: United States Championship
Mason Ryan w/The Straight Edge Society vs. Kofi Kingston ©


A few minutes into the match and after an initial period where Kofi Kingston used his speed to control the action, Mason Ryan has kept the United States Champion off his feet, taking out the majority of his arsenal. At the moment he holds Kofi down with a sleeper hold and The Dreadlock Dynamo looks to be fading. However, with the support of the crowd, he manages to start shaking his right fist and get up to one knee. As the crowd’s cheering crescendos, Kofi’s escape seems to grow closer and closer. Suddenly he pulls himself up to two feet and runs Ryan back into the ropes, releasing himself from the hold. He goes to whip Ryan into the opposite ropes but the SES enforcer has other ideas as he reverses the Irish whip to fling Kofi into the ropes himself. Ryan ducks down, looking for a back body drop, but Kingston reads the move and jumps over his opponent to catch him in a sunset flip! Ryan’s shoulders are down!

ONE!

TWO!

NO!

Kofi isn’t going to retain his title that easily as he is thrown off Ryan who kicks out of the pin with great force. Kofi gets to his feet puffing and panting and waits for Mason to get to his knees before laying into him with some punches, trying to get him to stay down. Kofi looks back and then runs off the ropes looking for a flying forearm smash but Ryan manages to get to his feet and meet The Ghanaian Superstar on his way back with a clothesline that turns him inside out and sends him crashing to the mat. The crowd cringes at the sight of their fan favourite being turned into a limp mess sprawled out in the ring and they groan when Ryan looks to inflict further punishment. He grabs Kofi and hooks his arm, before lifting him for what at first looks like a vertical suplex- only for Kingston to be dropped forward and land stomach first on the top rope! Kingston dangles there, not quite knowing where he is, before Ryan runs at him from the side and CRACKS HIM IN THE SIDE OF THE HEAD WITH A BIG BOOT!

Kofi looks well and truly out of it as the force sends him back over the top rope and he slumps over the apron, hitting the outside floor with a sickening thud. The young children in the audience are close to crying as the referee begins his count. Ryan stands in the ring and taunts the audience for some cheap heat before CM Punk shouts at him to go after Kofi, reminding him that he can’t win the title by a countout. Punk’s ringside advice prompts Ryan to hurriedly slide out of the ring and walk towards Kofi, before rolling his semi-conscious body into the ring. He takes his time to get back into the ring, opting to go the long way via the stairs, before Punk once again shouts at him, this time simply screeching, “cover him, cover him, cover him”! Ryan hurries up upon realising that he may be wasting time and he almost dives over to Kofi to hook his leg for the cover.

ONE!

TWO!

KOFI RAISES A SHOULDER!

Mason Ryan’s inexperience may have cost him the win as he waited too long to cover the United States Champion was down for more than a three count a few seconds ago. Slightly discouraged, Ryan lifts Kofi up and out of nowhere cops an elbow to the jaw from the gutsy Ghanaian. This angers Mason enough to violently whip Kofi into the corner, where the back of his head rebounds off the top turnbuckle with a painful looking whiplash. Ryan charges at his prey, only for Kofi to raise a boot in the nick of time and connect with Mason’s jaw! He staggers back as Kofi pulls himself up to the second and then top rope as the crowd starts cheering in anticipation.

Suddenly, however, CM Punk jumps up on the ring apron on the other side of the ring and the crowd boos like crazy as he draws the referee’s attention, all while Seth Rollins and Joey Mercury attempt to push Kofi off his perch on the top turnbuckle. The Controlled Frenzy isn’t going to be taken down so easily, however, as he kicks both his adversaries away before focusing his attention back on Mason Ryan. He leaps off the top rope with a magnificent cross body but Ryan CATCHES HIM IN MID AIR! Kofi wriggles for a second or two but it is useless as Mason Ryan shifts his body, before SLAMMING HIM DOWN TO THE MAT WITH THE HOUSE OF PAIN! The crowd looks on in horror as Ryan makes the cover.

ONE!

TWO!

THREE!


Winner and the NEW United States Champion: Mason Ryan via Pinfall (8:06)

The crowd boos as Mason Ryan celebrates and the rest of The Straight Edge Society joins him in the ring. They raise the monster’s arms before making their exit, leaving Kofi Kingston down and out inside the ring, now without the title that was his a few minutes ago.

We go backstage to where Alberto Del Rio and Ricardo Rodriguez are with Scott Stanford. Del Rio says that Jack Swagger has signed up for more than he has bargained for tonight. Ricardo promises a surprise package but before he can say any more, Del Rio shushes him and tells him that it’s going to be a secret.

We go to the ring for our third match and our second consecutive title defense; this time Wade Barrett will be defending the Intercontinental Championship.

Match Three: Intercontinental Championship
Wade Barrett © vs. Ezekiel Jackson


We join the match a few minutes passed, and after Ezekiel Jackson having an early period of domination the tables turned. This came after Barrett used Gabriel and Slater as distractions, taking away the referee’s attention as he nailed Zeke with a low blow. Currently Ezekiel is still feeling the effects and Barrett has him on the mat, where he can’t use the full extent of his bountiful strength. Barrett wrenches Zeke’s arm around his back with an armlock and every time the former ECW Champion tries to get to a knee, Barrett halts his efforts with a kick to the upper back. The crowd manages to get behind Zeke however and the big man is forced to find a new way to escape the hold, and he does so by pushing himself and Barrett backwards, closer to the ropes. Wade tries as hard as he can to pull Zeke away from the side of the ring but to no avail, as Jackson manages to grab the middle rope with his free arm as the crowd pops. Despite this, Barrett holds on to the submission for the four seconds he is able to before he lets go, leaving Ezekiel clutching his right arm as he pulls himself to one knee with his left.

Barrett isn’t about to let him recover easily though, as he pulls him to his feet with his injured arm, before wrenching it around, attempting to pull him into another submission. Zeke is much more wary this time, however, as he pulls Barrett with all his might and the sheer force sends him hurtling into the ropes behind him. Barrett rebounds and Zeke nails him with a clothesline on the rebound and Wade hits the mat to a pop. However, because of his positioning, Ezekiel needed to use his right arm for the move and it obviously took a lot out of the big man as he clutches his injured limb and grimaces. An injury isn’t about to stop The Guyanese Goliath’s chance of obtaining the Intercontinental Championship though, as he grabs the recovering Barrett and pulls him closer, only to suffer a sneaky poke to the eyes! The crowd boos as the temporarily blinded Zeke stumbles back as Barrett gets away with the dirty tactic, the referee’s vision obscured. Barrett takes a few steps back before RUNNING AND CLOCKING HIS VISUALLY IMPAIRED OPPONENT IN THE SIDE OF THE JAW WITH A SICKENING BIG BOOT! The crowd boos as Wade covers!

ONE!

TWO!

KICK OUT!

The crowd is relieved as Zeke manages to escape the pin, though he still blinks frantically, trying to regain his sight. Barrett isn’t going to waste time though, as he grabs Ezekiel’s right arm and slides out of the ring to the outside. He drags across the ring to the corner, where he violently smashes Zeke’s arm into the ring post, not once but four times in quick succession! The pain shoots through Ezekiel’s body as he quickly pulls his arm away in reaction to the cruel move. Wade reaches into the ring and grabs Zeke’s arm again, this time lifting it and then smashing it back down onto the edge of the ring apron. Ezekiel yells in pain as Barrett continues his assault by weaving his injured arm through the bottom two ropes. He lets go and the ropes hold the limb in place, allowing Barrett to step back and then viciously kick Zeke in the elbow. The pain sends Ezekiel rolling backwards as the ropes unwind and the referee finally cautions Barrett about his use of the different parts of the ring, threatening disqualification. Heeding the official’s warning, Barrett slides into the ring and immediately pounces onto Zeke, hooking both legs in a cover!

ONE!

TWO!

ANOTHER KICK OUT!

The crowd is once again very relieves as Barrett isn’t too happy about the result. He gets to his feet and steps out onto the apron, before heading up to the top rope. Looking over his downed opponent, he slaps his elbow and prepares for his signature elbow drop, only for Zeke to start stirring. Barrett realises that he needs to change his game plan as he waits for Big Zeke to get to his feet before LEAPING OFF FOR A DOUBLE AXE HANDLE- ONLY FOR ZEKE TO CATCH HIM IN A BEAR HUG! The crowd pops as Wade struggles in Jackson’s grip, but because of his arm injury he can’t put much pressure into the hold and instead he runs forward and slams Barrett back first into the turnbuckles, the added weight of himself also adding to the blow. Winded, Barrett staggers forward and Zeke spins him around and puts him in a half nelson with his good arm, before pulling him backwards into a backbreaker, where he hits Ezekiel’s knee spine first, possibly causing paralysis. The suffering isn’t over for Wade, however, as Zeke brings him to his feet and PULLS HIM UP INTO THE TORTURE RACK! Barrett squirms for a second but then Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater jump up onto the apron! The crowd boos but Ezekiel walks over to them and laughs, BEFORE THROWING WADE BARRETT ON TOP OF HIS STABLEMATES, SENDING ALL THREE CRASHING DOWN TO THE FLOOR!

There is a massive pop as all of The Corre is now sprawled out on the outside and Zeke wastes no time in getting to the outside. He grabs Wade Barrett and lifts him up, only to be blindsided with a drop toehold! He hits the mat face first as the crowd boos and Barrett slides into the ring, having bought himself some time. A very angry Zeke climbs into the ring a few seconds later and like a bull seeing red, he charges at Barrett, ONLY TO BE GRABBED AND HAVE HIS OWN MOMENTUM USED AGAINST HIM WITH A BLACK HOLE SLAM! Wade lands in a cover with heat pouring out from the crowd!

ONE!

TWO!

TH- ZEKE KICKS OUT!

The crowd pops as Barrett senses that it’s time to end things and he lifts Big Zeke to his feet. He musters up all his strength to try and get Zeke onto his shoulders AND HE DOES SO, PUTTING HIM IN POSITION FOR THE WASTELAND! Barrett smiles but then it appears the strain on his shoulders is too much as HE FALLS BACKWARDS AND EZEKIEL LANDS ON HIM IN A PIN!

ONE!

TWO!

KICK OUT!

Barrett kicks out and rolls away from Ezekiel as both get up at around the same time. In his frustration at not being able to retain his title so far, Wade runs at Zeke, only to be caught with a knee to the gut. He stands there groggily as ZEKE GRABS HIM AND LIFTS HIM HIGH IN THE AIR, BEFORE PROMPTLY PLANTING HIM DOWN WITH THE BOOK OF EZEKIEL! The crowd pops madly as Zeke makes the cover!

ONE!

TWO!

THR- WAIT! THE REF STOPS HIS COUNT!

It turns out that Justin Gabriel has hopped onto the apron and the crowd boos like crazy as he distracts the referee, saving Barrett’s skin. Zeke gets up off the cover and decides to deal with it himself, RUNNING AT GABRIEL AND NAILING HIM WITH A BIG BOOT! Gabriel falls back off the apron AND LANDS ON HEATH SLATER WHO IS STANDING AT RINGSIDE! The crowd pops like crazy as Zeke lifts Wade Barrett to his feet and ONCE AGAIN LIFTS HIM UP INTO THE TORTURE RACK! THE CROWD IS GOING CRAZY! ZEKE ROARS LIKE A LION AND WRENCHES WADE DOWNWARDS WITH ALL HIS STRENGTH AND AFTER THREE SECONDS… HE TAPS OUT! WADE TAPS OUT!


Winner and the NEW Intercontinental Champion: Ezekiel Jackson via Submission (12:49)

It’s the second title change of the night, but the crowd is much happier with this one, as Big Zeke celebrates with his new championship gold. He walks to the back ecstatically as Gabriel and Slater try and help up Wade Barrett in the ring. After they do so, however, Barrett shouts at them and then leaves the ring without his stable mates.

We go back to Jack Korpela who is with Randy Orton for an interview. Orton says that Christian doesn’t realise what an Iron Man match entails. He says that Christian is old and he doesn’t have what it takes to step into the ring with someone as young and vicious as Randy Orton for half an hour. He says that Christian got not one, but two pity title reigns but now the fun is over. He says that after tonight, there are going to be a lot of Peeps that will be visiting the hospital, because that is where Christian is going to be staying the night.

We go back to the ring where Ricardo Rodriguez does his announcing for Alberto Del Rio, who makes his way out in a vintage Jaguar to take on Jack Swagger.

Match Four: Grudge Match
Alberto Del Rio w/Ricardo Rodriguez vs. Jack Swagger


We come to the match a few minutes into play and the action has been fairly even so far, with both men getting a fair share of the action. At this point in time, Del Rio has ducked to the outside to get a breather while Ricardo Rodriguez protects him from Jack Swagger, who is following him on the outside. Ricardo ushers Alberto around a corner of the ring and when Swagger turns the corner Del Rio blindsides him with a forearm shot to the head, that knocks him to the hard outside floor. The crowd boos as Ricardo Rodriguez laughs and Del Rio follows up the cheap shot via kicking Swagger while he is down, getting some boots to the shoulders before he alerts himself to the referee’s count. He rolls Swagger into the ring and follows himself, before propping Swagger onto the bottom rope and pushing down on him with his boot, the rope effectively choking Swagger out! The crowd is pouring out some great heat as the referee forces Del Rio to back off, but not before one more especially violent kick to the upper back, slingshotting Swagger off the ropes. Jack lies on the mat, gasping for air as Alberto covers hooking both legs!

ONE!

TWO!

KICK OUT!

The crowd can breathe a sigh of relief as Swagger kicks out, but at the cost of some valuable energy and he is helpless to Del Rio, who pulls him to his feet. Alberto then whips him into the corner, where he connects with the turnbuckles so strongly that the blow sends him staggering forward, RIGHT INTO A STEP UP ENZUGIRI FROM DEL RIO, HIS BOOT SLAMMING INTO THE SIDE OF SWAGGER’S JAW WITH PINPOINT ACCURACY! The crowd boos as Swagger slumps to the canvas into another cover from Del Rio!

ONE!

TWO!

TH- SWAGGER KICKS OUT!

The All-American American manages to kick out again, though this time only by a hair. Del Rio gets up and stomps angrily on Swagger, frustrated at his efforts to stay in the match. Del Rio drags Swagger over to the corner, where he grabs him by his hair and pummels him nose first into the bottom turnbuckle! The crowd boos as the referee starts another 5 counts and Del Rio breaks it in time to stay in the match, hoping to do some more damage. He lifts Swagger to his feet and pushes him stomach first into the ropes before catching him by the waist on the rebound and THROWING HIM BACK WITH A BRIDGING GERMAN SUPLEX! SWAGGER’S SHOULDERS ARE DOWN!

ONE!

TWO!

SWAGGER ROLLS THROUGH!

There is a pop as Swagger escapes the pin, and he uses Del Rio’s confusion against him by DIVING ONTO HIM WITH A COVER!

ONE!

TWO!

DEL RIO KICKS OUT!

Alberto Del Rio gets to his feet, furious that he allowed himself to be pinned. He heaves Swagger to his feet and grabs his arm, PULLING HIM IN FOR THE CRUCIFIX ARMBREAKER! He prepares to lock in the submission but SWAGGER ESCAPES ALBERTO’S GRIP AND LATCHES ON TO HIM, BEFORE HURLING HIM ACROSS THE RING WITH A BELLY-TO-BELLY SUPLEX! The crowd pops madly as Del Rio writhes in pain on the mat and Swagger slowly gets to his feet. He notices that Del Rio is lying near the corner so he paces over to the opposite corner, BEFORE RUNNING AT ALBERTO AND BOUNCING OFF THE SECOND ROPE, HITTING HIM WITH THE SPRINGBOARD CROSSBODY SPLASH! The crowd pops madly and Ricardo Rodriguez has a panic attack at ringside as Swagger makes the cover!

ONE!

TWO!

THR- ALBERTO RAISES A SHOULDER!

We once again are shown Ricardo Rodriguez at ringside and he is frantically pressing buttons on his mobile phone. In the ring, Swagger lifts Del Rio to his feet, having finally gained some momentum in the match. He whips The Mexican Aristocrat into the corner before running and connecting with a knee lift to the face. He doesn’t let go of Del Rio, however, as he moves away from the corner and he pulls him into place BEFORE LIFTING HIM UP FOR THE GUTWRENCH POWERBOMB! The crowd goes crazy as Swagger- WAIT! SWAGGER GETS KNOCKED TO THE GROUND WITH A SPEAR! AN UNKNOWN INDIVIDUAL HAS JUST SPEARED JACK SWAGGER! The crowd is absolutely shocked, and the referee has no choice but to ring the bell and throw the match out!


Winner: Jack Swagger via Disqualification (7:44)

With the crowd still irate, the man keeps punching The All-American American and the commentators announce him to be none other than former Nexus member Skip Sheffield! Sheffield continues to beat him down with the help of Del Rio but then the crowd goes crazy as John Morrison runs down to the ring! The heels retreat to the outside as Morrison tends to Jack Swagger in the ring. There is heat as Ricardo Rodriguez, Alberto Del Rio and Skip Sheffield raise each other’s arms on the ramp, happy with what they have achieved.

We go backstage to where John Cena is with Scott Stanford. The WWE Champion spouts off his usual crap about hustle, loyalty, respect, fighting fair and doing it for the fans. He says that R-Truth has been running his mouth for months and now it’s his time to finally be shut up. Cena says that he will walk out of tonight, still the WWE Champion.

We go to the ring, as Kelly Kelly prepares to defend her Divas Championship against Kharma, in the latter’s first ever WWE Match.

Match Five: Divas Championship
Kharma vs. Kelly Kelly ©


The match begins with Kelly pacing nervously around Kharma who just stares into her eyes, completely intimidating her. Kelly tries locking up but Kharma simply pushes her away into the ropes. Eventually the action gets underway as Kharma grabs Kelly and throws her into the corner. She charges at her, only to take a boot to the jaw. Kharma staggers away as Kelly props herself onto the second rope, jumping and nailing Kharma in the back with a missile dropkick. The crowd pops as Kharma is thrown forward onto her knees and Kelly kicks her in the back of the neck, forcing her onto all fours and making her look more vulnerable than ever before. Kelly places a leg on the back of her head, looking for the K2, but Kharma suddenly throws herself back, knocking Kelly off her. The Divas Champion staggers away and, not wanting to lose her momentum, runs back at Kharma only to suffer an elbow to the gut. Kharma stands up and headbutts Kelly, before whipping her into the ropes and NAILING HER WITH A SPINEBUSTER ON THE REBOUND! Kharma covers!

ONE!

TWO!

KICK OUT!

Kharma slaps the mat in frustration before lifting Kelly to her feet by her hair. She whacks Kelly in the forehead with a stiff punch before trying to ruin her centerfold good looks with another headbutt to the base of the nose. Kharma senses that it is time and she hoists Kelly onto her shoulders for the Awesome Bomb, but Kelly attempts to fight back with a few punches to the top of the head. Kharma staggers away towards the ropes and Kelly uses the opening to try and force Kharma to the outside with a head scissors takedown. She tries for a few seconds to get the near 300-pound vixen over the top rope, but Kharma pulls herself away before grabbing Kelly and pulling her through the ropes, back into the position with her head between her legs. She hoists her up once more into a different position, and although Kelly wriggles around trying to escape, Kharma DRILLS HER FACE FIRST INTO THE MAT WITH THE IMPLANT BUSTER! Kharma covers as the crowd reels back, sickened by the impact.

ONE!

TWO!

THREE!


Winner and NEW Divas Champion: Kharma via Pinfall (2:04)

The crowd is simply shocked as without words, Kharma has her arms raised by the referee, before she grabs her newly won Divas title… and throws it onto the mat! Kharma stomps on her title and kicks it out of the ring before leaving with a sour expression on her face and with the crowd puzzled.

We go backstage to the World Heavyweight Championship Christian, who is with Jack Korpela for an interview. He says that this is the last time he will say anything before he steps into the ring for 30 minutes and defends his title. He says that a half hour is a very long time but he has been in the business for a very long time and he has also wanted his title for a very long time. He says that this title reign isn’t going to end as quickly as the last one before walking off.

It’s finally time for our first main event and a video package of the Cena/Truth plays before Justin Roberts announces first the challenger R-Truth and then the WWE Champion, John Cena.

Match Six: WWE Championship
R-Truth vs. John Cena ©


At the get-go John Cena is able to use the initial hype of the crowd and his greater strength to dominate Truth for a while but a few minutes into the match Truth manages to grab the upper hand after an eye poke. A period follows where Truth uses dirty tactics to keep Cena down but after a while the WWE Champion makes his comeback and starts to his Truth with the “5 moves of doom” but when he goes for the Attitude Adjustment, Truth slips off and nails Cena with the What’s Up (Leaping Reverse STO) for a very near fall.

Truth once again begins to dominate but after a few minutes another comeback starts, only this time Cena accidentally is pushed into the referee who gets taken out of the match. Truth uses the opportunity to grab a lead pipe from the outside and take it into the ring but Cena manages to disarm Truth and put him in the STF. Truth taps out but the referee is incapacitated and therefore Cena has to break the hold. He lifts Truth up for the Attitude Adjustment again, but it turns out that the #1 Contender grabbed the lead pipe as he nails Cena in the back of the head. He throws the weapon away as the ref regains consciousness and Truth goes for the Shut Up (Corkscrew Scissors Kick), only for Cena to grab him while he runs and lift him up for the Attitude Adjustment! Cena nails the move and the fans chant along with the ref for the one, two and three!


Winner and STILL WWE Champion: John Cena via Pinfall (13:52)

After the match, John Cena celebrates with his fans to what is mostly a good reaction, although with some boos thrown in there as always. The celebration is ruined, however, by CM Punk’s music. The crowd boos as The Straight Edge Society walks out onto the stage and points at John Cena. CM Punk makes title belt motions and smiles as Cena motions for him to bring it. Punk simply shakes his head and is seen mouthing ‘not now’ as The Society leaves with Cena looking both concerned and also rather confused.

The commentary shifts over to our final match of the night, which will be a half hour spectacular. A video package airs for the Christian/Orton feud before both men make their entrances and then do their last preparations for their 30 Minute Ironman Match. Christian hands his World Heavyweight Championship to the referee as the competitors lock eyes and the bell rings, starting the main event of Capitol Punishment.

Main Event: World Heavyweight Championship - 30-Minute Iron Man Match
Randy Orton vs. Christian ©


The match begins very evenly with a lot of chain wrestling, submissions and reversals, both men trying to wear the other down without wasting too much of their own energy. The first shift in the match comes at around the six-minute mark when Orton goes for the RKO perhaps too hastily and Christian manages to roll him up for the first fall, creating a 1-0 lead for himself. This only seems to light a fire under Orton’s belly though and he transforms into the aggressive no-nonsense brawler that he has been known to wrestle as in the past. He begins to lay into Christian with lots of strikes that without a doubt soften up the World Heavyweight Champion and this is shown when Christian finally succumbs after five straight minutes of punishment as Randy Orton nails him with his signature inverted headlock backbreaker and levels the scores 1-1 after a quick cover.

Realising that his game plan is working, Orton continues the physical assault of Captain Charisma for another few minutes, as the “Peeps” start to rally behind Christian, allowing him to get a small comeback, only for Orton to nail him with an RKO out of nowhere and pick up a handy 2-1 lead at the halfway point of the match. His assault continues for another few minutes until another comeback starts, but this time is more successful as Christian manages to push Orton away from an attempted rope-hung DDT and nail him with a springboard tornado DDT for a very near fall. He manages to create a roll for himself, bringing himself back into the contest and at the 18-minute mark he levels the scores 2-2 after nailing Orton with a Frog Splash!

Christian tries to continue his momentum into the final third of the match but it proves difficult, as Orton isn’t giving up easily. He reverses a Killswitch attempt by pushing the World Heavyweight Champion forward into the corner and the impact with the turnbuckles is enough to stun Christian and allow Orton to gain the upper hand once again. The Viper stalks Christian for a while, only hitting him with moves here and there and forcing the crowd to wait impatiently, until he finally strikes with five minutes to go, nailing the champ with an RKO and giving himself a very valuable 3-2 lead into the final stretch.

The worried Peeps start to get behind their champion and give him arguably the largest cheers of the night as he escapes a chin lock from Orton, who is trying to slow the match down now that he is in the lead. Christian escapes, but isn’t able to give himself an advantage as Orton slides out of the ring to great heat. Orton continues the plan of avoiding Christian and he does so for a small amount of time, before his plan backfires and as he tries to get into the ring to avoid being counted out, Christian nails him with a baseball slide and he misses the 10 count. Christian gains a point due to countout and the scores are once again leveled at 3-3 with one minute left!

Orton gets into the ring, realising that he needs to score another fall to win. He goes for the RKO without thinking, but Christian reverses the move into the Killswitch! The crowd goes wild but Orton pushes Christian away into the ropes. He runs at Captain Charisma only to out of nowhere be nailed with a Spear! The crowd goes wild as Christian covers- but only for a count of two and a half! With ten seconds to go, the World Heavyweight Champion picks up Randy Orton and puts him into position for the Killswitch! He nails it! The Peeps go crazy as the referee counts to three! Christian is in the lead 4-3 and it will stay this way because the buzzer sounds after one final second!

Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Christian via Points (30:00)

The crowd goes absolutely ecstatic after the victory. Christian goes into the crowd and celebrates his Peeps as Capitol Punishment closes with the Washington Crowd chanting Christian’s name and the World Heavyweight Champion still celebrating.
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