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Good SmackDown. Keep doing the PPV recap like things, so we see the card as things progress in the run up to the PPV's. I am really looking forward to the MITB matches, to see how big they are and just who wins. Try and come up with something cool, so it is hard to see who's getting the briefcase, just like you do with pin's at PPV's I guess. Is there certain days you are using, where we can expect the shows to be uploaded, like Raw on a certain day SD on a certain day etc. Or just when you can?
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Wouldn't have minded some more feedback for Smackdown, but eh, what can you do? On another note, I've written the two main events for Money In The Bank in extended endings (think everything but the first 1/4 of the match in the 200word=1minute style) and I'm very happy with how they've turned out. Anyway, here's some news for y'all before I post the Raw Preview in the next few days, followed by Raw itself.

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There are already starting to be doubts on whether booking John Cena versus The Rock for Wrestlemania 28 one year in advance was a good idea or not. They aren't mentioning the feud on television because they learned from Cena's feud with The Miz that if The Rock was involved, he would be detracting from the feud between the two active wrestlers. So far, Cena and Rock have continued their feud via social media, mainly twitter, but the WWE feel that this can only hype a Wrestlemania match for so long.

Some people backstage are under the impression that it was foolish to book the match to early because anything could happen until then. John Cena has been known for various injuries with different degrees of magnitude in the last few years so him being healthy next April is no guarantee. Also possible is The Rock finding a way out of the contract if he is offered a high profile movie during that time, such as the next installment in The Fast And Furious series, which would most likely take preference over the WWE for The Rock. Also in the back of everyone's minds is that John Cena is one hit movie away from becoming a Hollywood star like The Rock himself and turning his back on the WWE, but of course this is a far fetched scenario considering Cena's devotion to the business and Vince McMahon.
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TNA Wrestling, the second largest wrestling federation globally, has been slowly increasing ratings in the past few weeks with a spotlight being on the X-Division for the annual Destination X pay per view. TNA management have said to finally have realised the potential in their young stars and are set on pushing their younger talent and possibly letting go of some of their veterans in the future. There are no names being thrown out so far but any cuts TNA make will be reported as soon as possible.
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Monday Night Raw (July 04, 2011)
OFFICIAL PREVIEW


Feuding Foursomes

Two weeks ago, CM Punk became the number one contender to John Cena’s WWE Championship but with The Straight Edge Society in Punk’s corner, Cena essentially faced a four on one battle. This is why, last week, Cena rallied up Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne to be on his side against Punk’s henchmen to even up the odds. Much like Cena and Punk will do battle over the WWE title, Kofi Kingston will get a rematch for the United States Championship he lost to Mason Ryan at Capitol Punishment next week and Bourne and Mysterio have teamed up to challenge the WWE Tag Team Champions, Joseph Mercury and Seth Rollins. No members from either team are booked in a match, as of yet but there is no doubt that they will be on Raw tonight. In what matter though, remains to be seen.

Destiny’s Double Header

In almost two weeks time at Money In The Bank, Alberto Del Rio and Jack Swagger will go head to head for the second time in their heated rivalry. The stipulation of the match will be decided next week on the Monday Night Raw Supershow, where Swagger and John Morrison will take on Del Rio and Skip Sheffield. Tonight, as previews to that match, Alberto Del Rio will take on John Morrison and Jack Swagger will take on Skip Sheffield. Which side will gain the momentum going into next week’s big tag match and then the ultimate grudge match at Money In The Bank?

Awesome Aghast

In a moment The Miz would rather forget, Zack Ryder defeated him last week for the second time last week and “The Awesome One” was distraught. To make matters worse the match was a Money In The Bank Ladder Match Qualifying Match and now Ryder is heading to the pay per view with The Miz missing out on the match. The former WWE Champion is going to voice his concerns tonight on Raw, as he is set to open the show!

Fresh Meat

Tonight we’re going to be deciding a new #1 Contender for a different title, Kharma’s Women’s Championship! Last week the champ demolished Kelly Kelly in the latter’s rematch, defeating her confidently the second time in a row. This week there will be a battle royale to find Kharma’s next challenger, with Maryse, Brie Bella, Nikki Bella, Natalya, Gail Kim and Kelly all set to fight for a shot. Whoever wins beware though; there is a monster waiting for them.
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Monday Night Raw (July 4, 2011)

We open the show with The Miz’s music playing and “The Awesome One” coming down to the ring to heat. Miz takes the microphone and says that he hasn’t felt this down in a long time. He says that since he lost his WWE Championship all it seems like he’d been doing is losing. He says that losing twice to somebody like Zack Ryder is unacceptable and The Miz is finding it hard to live with himself after that pathetic loser beat him twice. The Miz says that he knows what he needs to get himself on a winning streak. He asks Jerry Lawler to give him a chance to earn the last spot in the Raw Money In The Bank Ladder Match. Lawler comes out and says that he doesn’t feel sorry for The Miz but he is going to give him another shot at getting a spot in the MITB Match, but at a high cost. Lawler says that on the Monday Night Raw Supershow next week, The Miz will compete and if he wins, he’s going to the pay per view, but if he loses, he’s fired!

The Miz doesn’t even second-guess himself, saying he’ll do anything and asking the GM who his opponent is. Lawler smiles and introduces The Miz’s opponent as none other than the man that has defeated him twice this month- Zack Ryder! The crowd pops as Ryder walks down to the ring and ‘woo, woo, woo’s in Miz’s face and the frustration of “The Awesome One” causes him to lash out but he restrains himself. “King” says that he can tell that The Miz is just itching to compete tonight so he booked a 6 man tag team match with both Miz and Zack Ryder involved. He says that it will be The Miz, R-Truth and Dolph Ziggler taking on Zack Ryder and The Colons Carlito and Primo, right now! The crowd pops and the other four men make heir entrances to prepare for the opener.

Match One: The Miz, R-Truth and Dolph Ziggler take on Zack Ryder and The Colons in the match that Raw General Manager Jerry Lawler announced mere minutes ago. The match is an entertaining affair with Miz trying to get his hands on Ryder throughout and it showcases the tension between Truth and Ziggler. Eventually the finish comes when Primo makes a hot tag to Zack Ryder and The Miz goes to tag a partner, but Ziggler and Truth are both bickering on the apron and not caring about the match. Ryder grabs Miz from behind and rolls him up, pinning him for the third time in a month!

Result: Zack Ryder, Carlito and Primo defeat The Miz, R-Truth and Dolph Ziggler


Commercial Break

When we return, we immediately cut backstage to where The Miz is rampaging around the corridors. He is knocking over equipment and pushing people out of his way as he shouts Zack Ryder’s name. He stops a worker and asks him where Ryder is and the man says that Zack left as soon as his match was over. The Miz throws the man into a wall and screams, knowing he’s too late to get revenge on Ryder and he’ll have to wait for his career-threatening match last week. Miz continues to rampage as we cut away to the ring.

We go to the ring, where Ricardo Rodriguez gets on the microphone and with the crowd already booing, he announces Alberto Del Rio and then Skip Sheffield in Spanish. Del Rio makes his usual vintage car entrance and a minute later the trio unites in the ring. Del Rio tells us his name, but we already knew that. He says that tonight he has been told that he will face John Morrison while his associate Skip Sheffield will face Jack Swagger. He says that it’s the perfect opportunity for Sheffield to soften up Jack Swagger before their match at Money In The Bank but he’s confused about why he is facing John Morrison. He says that Morrison has meddled in the affairs between Jack Swagger and himself and the only reason he can think of for him doing so, is ‘standing up for the good guy.’ Del Rio says that if Morrison were smart he would forget about Jack Swagger and start to focus on the Money In The Bank Ladder Match. He says that Morrison should be fighting the battles that personally affect him.

Del Rio says that it’s obvious Morrison’s been itching to fight R-Truth these last few weeks, so he urges Morrison to forget about Jack Swagger and him and go fight his true enemies. Morrison’s music plays and “The Monday Night Delight” makes his way down to the ring to a big pop. Morrison says that parts of what Del Rio just said are true; it’s true that he still has unfinished business with R-Truth and although he hasn’t mentioned him by name, he’s been talking about getting revenge for Truth injuring him these last few weeks. However, he says that Del Rio isn’t getting out of their match tonight that easily. He says that he’s formed a bond with Jack Swagger and he made a promise to his new friend that he would have his back until Money In The Bank. Morrison points out that Del Rio has his meathead Skip Sheffield and his fully-grown rodent Ricardo Rodriguez following him around and Swagger had nobody.

Morrison says that at Capitol Punishment it’s true that he was standing up for the good guy and he doesn’t regret what he did, even if it caught him up in all this extra drama. Del Rio reminds Morrison that he doesn’t have to do this; he could take the night off and prepare for his dream of winning a Money In The Bank Ladder Match and then go and sort out his own drama with R-Truth. Morrison says that as long as he’s been able to compete, he’s never taken a night off in his life. He says that tonight he will defeat Alberto Del Rio and next week he will take the final step in helping his friend Jack Swagger because they will defeat Del Rio and Sheffield on the Monday Night Raw Supershow. Morrison says that besides, it’s going to be a good warm-up for when he pulls down that shiny briefcase next Sunday and becomes Mr. Money In The Bank. Morrison poses and the crowd cheers as we are reminded that their match will be up next.


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Match Two: Alberto Del Rio takes on John Morrison and what they produce is a few minutes of very solid back and forth action. The finish comes when Morrison starts gaining an extended streak and after he nails the Chuck Kick, he goes up top for Starship Pain, only for Ricardo Rodriguez to push him down to the mat and cause the disqualification.

Result: John Morrison defeats Alberto Del Rio (Disqualification)

After the match, Rodriguez and Sheffield slide into the ring and begin to beat down on “The Shaman Of Sexy.” The crowd boos as Del Rio himself soon joins in on the beat down and there is a three on one handicap situation until Jack Swagger runs down from the back into the ring to a pop. He appears pumped up as he first throws Ricardo Rodriguez out of the ring and then Alberto Del Rio. He then tells Skip Sheffield to bring it and tells the referee, still there from the previous match, to start a new one.

Match Three: Jack Swagger takes on Skip Sheffield in a match that showcases a new level of intensity from Jack Swagger. Already on a roll from before the match, the first few minutes are all Swagger. However, another interference from Ricardo Rodriguez, this one unseen, makes the momentum in the match spin 180° until on the outside John Morrison takes Ricardo out with a roundhouse kick, distracting Skip Sheffield and allowing Swagger to nail him with the Gutwrench Powerbomb for the victory.

Result: Jack Swagger defeats Skip Sheffield

After the match, Swagger kicks Sheffield out of the ring and celebrates with John Morrison as Alberto Del Rio herds his two beaten lackeys and retreats up the ramp, pointing at Swagger and trash talking in Spanish.


Commercial Break

When we return, The Straight Edge Society make their entrance and CM Punk’s stable gets constant boos on their way to the ring. Once inside, Punk takes the microphone and says that it has come to his attention that Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne want shots at the WWE Tag Team Championships held by Seth Rollins and Joseph Mercury. Punk sarcastically says that he’s genuinely sorry, but what Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne want is irrelevant to him. Punk says that at Money In The Bank, The Straight Edge Society will achieve the goal that every single group in the WWE wants to achieve. He says that after next Sunday, they will hold every single title on Raw. Punk says that the last group to do this was Evolution and he says that The Society is miles better than Evolution. He calls Ric Flair a wrinkled bag of crap, Triple H a retiree who has almost as much grey hairs as Ric himself, Batista a quitter and Randy Orton a loser who can’t even defeat Christian out of all people. Punk says that The Straight Edge Society is bigger than Evolution, bigger than The Nexus, bigger than The Four Horseman and bigger than any other stable in the company’s history.

Punk is interrupted by Rey Mysterio’s music and to a huge pop; “The Littlest Big Man” walks out accompanied by his recent ally Evan Bourne. The duo makes their way down to the ring and steps inside with The SES. Mysterio asks if CM Punk has short-term memory loss. He reminds Punk that the last two weeks on Raw The Straight Edge Society has been sent packing up the ramp at the end of the show and it has been he, Evan Bourne, Kofi Kingston and WWE Champion John Cena standing tall. CM Punk says that it means nothing but Rey Mysterio disagrees and says that he thinks it means that he and Bourne deserve a shot at the tag titles. Punk says that once again, what Rey Mysterio wants doesn’t matter but this time Raw General Manager Jerry Lawler interrupts him.

Lawler says that he’s been listening to both sides’ arguments and he can’t really decide what to do. So he asks the fans whether they want to see Rey and Evan get a shot at the tag titles and there are resounding cheers. “King” shrugs and says that next week on the Monday Night Raw Supershow, it will be Joseph Mercury and Seth Rollins defending the WWE Tag Team Championships against Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne. Punk protests but King says that he’s willing to give Punk the chance to wear down the competition because tonight’s main event will be Mysterio and Bourne taking on United States Champion Mason Ryan and CM Punk! The crowd pops as the face team welcomes the challenge while Punk glares at King and he gathers up The Society, and they leave to end the segment.


Commercial Break

Match Four: In a match announced to determine the #1 Contender to Kharma’s Women’s Championship, a battle royale is organized between the remaining Raw divas; Maryse, The Bellas, Natalya, Gail Kim and former champion Kelly Kelly. The match is the usual clusterfuck in the first few minutes with Maryse first eliminating Kelly and then The Bellas being eliminated by Nattie and Gail. Neidhart then eliminates Maryse and Natalya and Gail are left to go at it. What they produce is a few minutes of very high quality divas action that eventually ends with Gail Kim taking Natalya over the top rope with a head scissors.

Result: Gail Kim wins; new #1 Contender to the Women’s Championship

After the match Natalya gets back in the ring and shakes Gail’s hand and it is announced that Kim will receive her title shot next week on the Monday Night Raw Supershow. All of a sudden Kharma begins to make her entrance, her Women’s Championship slung over her shoulder. She reaches the ring, but instead of getting in and facing two highly competitive divas, she instead locks eyes with Gail and death stares her as we cut away to backstage.

We go back to Scott Stanford and his guest this evening is none other than the WWE Champion John Cena! The crowd pops as Cena is asked about his match at Money In The Bank against CM Punk and he immediately replies by saying that there’s isn’t too much to say apart from the obvious. Cena says that anybody that’s been watching Raw this past month has seen the rise of The Straight Edge Society, they’ve seen CM Punk’s group capture the tag team and US titles and they’ve seen them retire both Kane and The Big Show. Cena says that their rise has been almost unparalleled and almost unstoppable… until now. He says that at Money In The Bank, their time of domination is going to be over. Cena says that the only thing he can do to stop CM Punk from taking over Raw is by keeping his WWE Championship and he assures the fans that it is going to happen. Cena says that what will essentially be a four on one match will not be easy, but he has defied the odds all throughout his career. Cena says that he can count on his friends: Kofi, Rey and Evan to have his back and together, he says, they can- no they will conquer The Straight Edge Society. Cena walks off all fired up and the crowd cheers as we cut to our final break.


Commercial Break

Main Event: Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne go up against CM Punk and United States Champion Mason Ryan in the closing match of the night and to ensure the action is as entertaining as possible, Ryan is kept out of the ring for the most part. Eventually Evan Bourne plays face in peril as his two opponents beat him down, and Rollins and Mercury on the outside don’t exactly help things, constantly injecting themselves into the match to help their stable mates. The finish comes when Evan gets a hot tag to Rey who ends up hitting Mason Ryan with the 619, but when he goes for the springboard, Seth Rollins pulls him to the floor and the referee catches it and rings the bell.

Result: Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne defeat CM Punk and Mason Ryan (Disqualification)

After the match, Rollins grabs Rey and throws him into the ring barricade as the crowd starts booing. He and Joseph Mercury start laying into Rey with kicks as Evan Bourne hops off the apron to help his tag team partner, only to be taken out by a roundhouse from CM Punk that almost takes his head off. Joseph Mercury picks up Rey and nails him with the Virginia Necktie, on the hard outside floor! The crowd pops as perhaps a little too late, Kofi Kingston runs down to the ring but he is instantly met by Rollins and Mercury who begin to double team him as elsewhere Mason Ryan meets Evan Bourne on the outside and slams him to the floor with the House Of Pain!

With things looking bleak, WWE Champion John Cena runs down the ramp to a great pop and aids Kofi Kingston, but alas Mason Ryan and CM Punk are there to stop him in his tracks. Rollins and Mercury do a good job disposing of Kofi as they ram him into the ring post before Seth hits him with the God’s Last Gift, again on the floor. This means that all four members of The SES can focus on John Cena, who is indeed struggling under the numbers. They roll Cena into the ring, where he is helplessly raised onto Punk’s shoulders, and almost ceremoniously, Punk lifts up the WWE Champion and nails him with the GTS. The crowd goes crazy with boos as all four men have been laid out by CM Punk and The Straight Edge Society, who pose to close the show.





WWE Championship
John Cena (c) vs. CM Punk

World Heavyweight Championship
Christian (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes

Raw's Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. R-Truth vs. Zack Ryder vs. John Morrison vs. ???

Smackdown's Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Tyson Kidd vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. ??? vs. ???

Grudge Match
Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger (Stipulation TBA)

Grudge Match
Sheamus vs. Chris Jericho

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Another good show, like seeing when the card at the bottom is updated, looking forward to the MITB matches and who will win them.
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X-Power, you really have a good BTB going on. Glad that I started reading when you weren't like really far. I like the style in which you write in, recap-style. Even if the matches aren't as entertaining, it's still a good read and can still make the mind imagine how the match went and what else happens.

I really like how Smackdown is going. I prefer it over Raw but Raw is damn good as well. Cody Rhodes being in the WHC match, that's gold right there! MITB is looking really good. Looking forward to that Sheamus/Jericho match-up as it is comprised of my favorite wrestler of all time in Chris Jericho, and my favorite right now, Sheamus! Will be reading as always man, keep it up!
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Back to give you my two cents:

Well Mr X-Power, your doing a great job building your BTB. Your mitb ppv is set to explode...i like how you added rhodes to the triple threat..Also i cannot wait on how your finish for Cena/Punk will be like. As JamJam22 said that he looks forward to Sheamus/jericho...i also look forward to it as well as your card is stacked and this match can be a great opener or a mid ppv match. I suppose and predict that your mitb winners will be Daniel Bryan and John Morriosn...or maybe even 1 not counting the ??? contestants. Heres my main predicts


WWE Championship
John Cena (c) vs. CM Punk Winner CM PUNK

World Heavyweight Championship
Christian (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes Winner Christian

Raw's Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. R-Truth vs. Zack Ryder vs. John Morrison vs. ??? Winner Morrison

Smackdown's Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Tyson Kidd vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. ??? vs. ???
Winner DB

Grudge Match
Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger (Stipulation TBA) Winner Del Rio

Grudge Match
Sheamus vs. Chris Jericho Winner Shemaus
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Friday Night Smackdown (July 8, 2011)
OFFICIAL PREVIEW

Old Rivals, New Match


Last week, Randy Orton defeated Christian, Chris Jericho and Ezekiel Jackson in a three on one handicap tornado match with some help from Sheamus and Justin Gabriel. Leaving himself one on one with Christian, Orton pinned the World Heavyweight Champion, earning himself another shot at the title. This means that at Money In The Bank, Christian will defend his title against both Randy Orton and also Cody Rhodes in a triple threat match. Cody last week stated he wouldn’t be appearing on Smackdown until after he says he will win the title next Sunday, but tonight, Randy Orton and Christian are both in the building. With Orton himself opening the show, anything could go down.

All About The Money

Due to Orton putting him through a table two weeks ago, Cody Rhodes is avoiding Smackdown to rest his body, but his “protégé” or what some might call lackey, Ted DiBiase will be in action. “The Fortunate Son” will take on Yoshi Tatsu where the winner will qualify for one of two spots still open in Smackdown’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match.

Closing Out The Sextet

Speaking of that very match, the final spot will also be determined tonight as Wade Barrett takes on Trent Barreta. Barrett has been on a losing streak recently after losing the Intercontinental Championship to Ezekiel Jackson and having The Corre disband, while Barreta has found some success teaming with Derrick Bateman in the tandem they call Y0UTH. Only one man, however, will go to Money In The Bank and it remains to be seen who that man will be.

Diva Duos Do Battle

Next week will be a three hour Smackdown Supershow showcasing some great matches with Smackdown’s superstars. Titles will also be decided, as four divas are set to compete for the vacant Divas Championship. Melina, Michelle McCool, Roxxi and Beth Phoenix will do battle next week in a fatal four way, but this week Melina and McCool will take on Beth and Roxxi in a tag team match. The latter team has formed a weird bond over the last few weeks since Roxxi joined Smackdown and tonight will be a test of their relationship.

Undefeated… Until Now?

In another match announced for tonight, Tyson Kidd will take on Sin Cara. Both men are participants in Smackdown’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match and will want to carry some momentum going into the match. Kidd’s manager Michael “PS” Hayes should accompany him while Cara has made an ally in fellow MITB competitor Daniel Bryan over the last few weeks. With Sin Cara still undefeated in singles competition, Kidd faces a tough test, but “The Hart Dungeon Graduate” is no easy competition for the Mexican superstar.
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Friday Night Smackdown (July 8, 2011)

We start off the show with “The Master Of The RKO” Randy Orton and as soon as his music plays boos immediately ring out. Orton comes to the ring with a microphone, but instead of saying anything, he gestures towards the titantron and we see footage of two weeks ago when Orton interrupted the contract signing between Christian and Cody Rhodes and put Cody through a table. We then see footage of last week when Orton was put in a handicap match against Christian, Ezekiel Jackson and Chris Jericho, only to call Sheamus and Justin Gabriel to take out two thirds of his competition, leaving him with Christian, who he pinned to put himself in the World Heavyweight Championship match at Money In The Bank. Orton finally takes the mic and tells the audience that what they just saw means that at Money In The Bank, Christian will have to defend his title against both Cody Rhodes and Randy Orton in a triple threat match.

Orton says that both Teddy Long and Christian underestimated him and because of it, he’s going to win the World Heavyweight Championship next Sunday. Orton says that he defeated three men last week and then fairly pinned the champ in the middle of the ring. Orton says that he’ll do it again at the pay per view and he’s not playing games anymore. Orton says that he knows Cody Rhodes quite well and brings up some of their past with Legacy. He says that he’s not worried about Cody Rhodes at Money In The Bank, he says that he was always an underachiever and the only reason Ted DiBiase’s his lackey now is that he was more pathetic still. Orton says that he doesn’t know what he ever saw in either of the two but what he does know is that Cody Rhodes isn’t even going to get a whiff of the World Heavyweight Championship. Orton moves on to Christian, saying that he’s not worried about him either after he exposed him in last week’s main event and pinned him 1 2 3 in the middle of the ring.

Christian’s music plays and The World Heavyweight Champion walks out onto the stage, his title draped over his shoulder. Christian walks to the ring and takes a mic, before looking Orton dead in the eyes. He says that Orton’s sounding like a broken record- ever since Extreme Rules it’s been the same, it’s all been talk. Christian says that they’ve pinned each other numerous times each and next Sunday they’re going at it again. He says he’s tired of facing Orton one on one and he’s tired of hearing the same old speeches. Christian challenges Orton to a match for next Friday’s Smackdown Supershow, adding that it will be the last time that they face each other one on one as long as either of them are the World Heavyweight Champion.

Orton agrees, on one condition, that Christian puts the title on the line. The champ agrees and we have our main event for next week! The crowd pops as Teddy Long comes out and says that the match that Christian and Orton agreed to is now official but we’re still going to need a main event for tonight. He proposes for what he calls a do-over from last week: Randy Orton teaming with Sheamus and Justin Gabriel to take on Christian, Intercontinental Champion Ezekiel Jackson and Chris Jericho! The crowd pops as Christian and Orton both nod their heads in acceptance of the match and Long’s music plays as the GM walks backstage to close the segment.


Commercial Break

Match One: Ted DiBiase takes on Yoshi Tatsu where the winner qualifies for the Smackdown Money In The Bank Ladder Match. The match is little more than a squash as DiBiase dominates most of it, eventually hitting his opponent with the Dream Street, halting a brief comeback by Yoshi, and gaining the three-count.

Result: Ted DiBiase defeats Yoshi Tatsu; qualifies for MITB Ladder Match

After the match, the crowd boos as DiBiase grabs a microphone. He says on behalf of Cody Rhodes that Cody isn’t going to be appearing on Smackdown until after Money In The Bank, where he will make his return as the World Heavyweight Champion. The crowd boos as DiBiase says that after he was put through a table two weeks ago, Cody is resting his body for it to be in pristine condition next Sunday, while both Christian and Randy Orton will be bruised and battered after their match next week. DiBiase says that not only will Cody Rhodes end up the World Heavyweight Champion; he himself will be the next Mr. Money In The Bank. The crowd boos as DiBiase poses to some more heat as we cut to backstage.

We go back to the locker room where Shelton Benjamin is talking to The Usos, Jimmy and Jey. He thanks them for having his back last week and they in turn congratulate him for qualifying for the Money In The Bank pay per view, before saying that it was no problem. Shelton excuses himself and The Usos start to walk down an empty backstage corridor before out of nowhere Jinder Mahal and The Great Khali, The Punjab Parallel, ambush them from behind. The crowd boos from the arena as we see Ranjin Singh instructing Khali and Mahal to attack The Usos, and they throw them into some objects lying around before leaving them slumped down on the floor. Ranjin shouts at them, saying that they should never have messed with “The Punjabi Giant” and Jinder Mahal. Ranjin says that if The Usos are really men, they will see Khali and Mahal in the ring next week. The Punjab Parallel then walk off, leaving The Usos looking very uncomfortable as they try and get up from their beatings as we go to break.


Commercial Break

When we return, Tyson Kidd’s music plays and the crowd boos as “The Hart Dungeon Graduate” makes his way down to the ring accompanied by his manager Michael Hayes. Hayes takes a microphone and introduces Kidd as the first man that qualified for Smackdown’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match and also the man that will walk away from next Sunday’s pay per view with that career-changing briefcase. He also says that tonight Kidd has been booked to face Sin Cara and he isn’t pleased. Nevertheless, he says that Tyson Kidd can add to his accolades the fact that he will be the person to end Sin Cara’s streak of being undefeated in singles competition. Kidd gets on the mic and says that he survived the Hart Dungeon and that this is just playtime in comparison. He drops the mic and gets ready for his match as his opponent Sin Cara makes his way down to the ring, accompanied by newfound ally Daniel Bryan.

Match Two: Sin Cara takes on Tyson Kidd and the two Money In The Bank Ladder Match participants produce what could only be described as an excellent match in their given time, with their cruiserweight styles blending well. Kidd emphasises the mat wrestling and submissions in his style so as to not fight fire with fire and it almost pays off as Sin Cara grabs the ropes in the Sharpshooter, as he appeared seconds from tapping. The finish comes a few minutes later at the end of a fast paced sequence as Cara manages to surprise Kidd with the tilt a whirl tornado DDT known as the Hilatura Loca, and it is enough to get the pin.

Result: Sin Cara defeats Tyson Kidd

We go backstage after the match to where Derrick Bateman is sitting with a nervous looking Trent Barreta. Derrick brings up Barreta’s match with Wade Barrett later on tonight with the winner qualifying for Money In The Bank. Barreta seems pessimistic about the match but Bateman says he’ll be out there supporting him and making sure there’s no funny business going on outside the ring. Trent seems a little more confident after the reassurance as he tells himself that he is going to Money In The Bank.


Commercial Break

After the break we go backstage to where Jack Korpela is with the man who returned to Smackdown two weeks ago, “Y2J” Chris Jericho. The crowd pops as Korpela mentions Jericho’s big return where he was immediately caught up in a match against Sheamus at Money In The Bank. Jericho says that he waited too long after he left the WWE; he did some dancing and he did some hosting but all he wanted to be doing was wrestling. He says that Sheamus’ teary tirade two weeks ago was crying out for some Chris Jericho. He says that his triumphant return started two weeks ago and ends at Money In The Bank where he defeats Sheamus and afterwards, Smackdown will never… ever… be the same again! The crowd pops as Korpela mentions tonight’s main event and Jericho says that he has a lot of history with Christian and therefore knows his skills and he’s seen how much of a monster Ezekiel Jackson is so he couldn’t ask for a better team. He tells the opposing team of Randy Orton, Justin Gabriel and especially Sheamus to watch out because as of right now, Smackdown… is… Jericho! There is one more pop as Jericho walks off and we go to the ring.

We go to the ring where Michelle McCool is already in the ring. She says that she spent many months together with Layla, who was just dragging her down. She mentions that she was forced to leave the WWE but she just signed a contract and she’s back to win the Divas Championship. Melina makes an entrance and she says that there’s no diva on Smackdown that is more experienced than her. She says that she’s defeated such legends as Trish Stratus and so her competition next week for the title is nothing. Beth Phoenix then walks out to a big pop as “The Glamazon” says that she is the strongest and most dominant diva on the Smackdown roster and she’s going to steamroll her opponents next week. Melina suggests that Beth might have meant steam bun because it looks like she’s been eating a lot of them recently. The crowd ‘ooh’s at the cheap shot but Beth calmly replies by saying that maybe Melina could lend a bun- before stopping and saying that she probably doesn’t want to be eating silicon. It looks like a catfight is about to erupt in the ring when suddenly Roxxi runs down the ramp and interrupts the commotion. The other divas seem stirred by her presence and immediately separate into two sides for their tag team match.

Match Three: Beth Phoenix and Roxxi take on Melina and Michelle McCool in a tag team match and who are probably Smackdown’s four most talented divas manage to produce a surprisingly good match. Tension is showcased between both teams as next week’s fatal 4 way is on their minds but the dissention between the heels costs them the match after Beth rolls up Michelle as she argued with Melina on the apron.

Result: Beth Phoenix and Roxxi defeat Melina and Michelle McCool


Commercial Break

When we return from the break, Justin Gabriel is backstage with Matt Striker. Striker introduces Gabriel as the man who will defeat the Intercontinental Champion Ezekiel Jackson next week. He says that last week Gabriel did a favour to Randy Orton when they came out to take Ezekiel Jackson out of his match in last week’s main event. Striker calls Gabriel a nice guy. He says that Gabriel is nice to people unless they piss him off. He says that Big Zeke has pissed him off because he is holding Gabriel’s title. He also says that Ezekiel Jackson is stupid and stupid people piss Gabriel off. Striker says that the world would be a better place if everyone were like Justin Gabriel. Gabriel takes the mic and basically reiterates, saying that he’s better than Ezekiel Jackson and his superiority will take him all the way to being Intercontinental Champion.

Match Four: Wade Barrett takes on Trent Barreta in a match to qualify for the last slot in the Smackdown Money In The Bank Ladder Match for next Sunday’s pay per view. The match starts off in Barreta’s favour but Barrett soon uses his size to dominate. A face comeback ensues but suddenly Chavo Guerrero and Brodus Clay begin to walk down the ramp. Derrick Bateman runs towards them to hold them off but in the ring, Trent is distracted enough for Wade Barrett to nail him with a Black Hole Slam for the pin.

Result: Wade Barrett defeats Trent Barreta; qualifies for MITB Ladder Match

After the match, Barreta lies defeated in the ring as Barrett leaves up the ramp, passing Derrick Bateman who has bravely gone up against both Brodus and Chavo and he has been thrown into the ring barricade and left lying in a slump because of it. The heels enter the ring and Chavo says that they accept Bateman and Barreta’s challenge for a tag team match on next week’s Smackdown Supershow. Chavo says that he’s so confident they will win, that he’ll even accept the condition that the person that pins loses. He says that next week this will happen, as he watches Big Brodus hit the running splash called the ICU on Trent Barreta. Chavo counts a mock pinfall and says that either Bateman or Barreta will be getting pinned next week and they’re going to be booted of Smackdown. The crowd boos and the heels celebrate as we go to break.


Commercial Break

Main Event: Randy Orton, Sheamus and Justin Gabriel take on World Heavyweight Champion Christian, Chris Jericho and Intercontinental Champion Justin Gabriel in a 6-man tag team match. All six men are itching to get in the ring with their own particular nemeses and it results in frequent miscommunication, mostly in the form of people tagging themselves in and refusing to be tagged in. Momentum shifts a few times during the match and the ending proves to be chaotic, as is the norm in these matches, and after almost all the men are thrown from the ring, legal men Chris Jericho and Justin Gabriel are left inside and Jericho nails Gabriel with the Codebreaker for the win.

Result: Christian, Chris Jericho and Ezekiel Jackson defeat Randy Orton, Sheamus and Justin Gabriel

After the match the faces celebrate together in the ring, but Sheamus and Randy Orton, who both wield steel chairs, take them all out from behind. They begin to beat on the winners as Matt Striker tosses Justin Gabriel a chair for himself and he recovers, before aiding his teammates in the assault. The crowd boos throughout the heinous attack and after a minute, all three faces are laid out and the heels raise each other’s arms in triumph. The show looks like it’s about to end, but suddenly Orton lays out both Gabriel and Sheamus with a pair of RKOs. The crowd boos as Orton celebrates to truly end the show, with everyone learning the lesson that nobody can trust “The Viper” Randy Orton.





WWE Championship
John Cena (c) vs. CM Punk

World Heavyweight Championship
Christian (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes

Raw's Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. R-Truth vs. Zack Ryder vs. John Morrison vs. ???

Smackdown's Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Tyson Kidd vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Wade Barrett

Grudge Match
Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger (Stipulation TBA)

Grudge Match
Sheamus vs. Chris Jericho


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Monday Night Raw (July 11, 2011)
THREE-HOUR SUPERSHOW


We start off the show with a bang as The WWE Champion John Cena’s music plays and he makes his way to the ring to a great ovation. Cena takes a mic and does his trademark catchphrase of ‘the champ… is here!’ The crowd pops before Cena says that he was just practicing for next week, after he defeats CM Punk at Money In The Bank. Cena says that we’re about to enter an unpredictable time on Monday Night Raw. He says that it’s the middle of the year and that there’s going to be two people with briefcases running around that can cash them in at any time they want. Cena says that there’s going to be a degree of uncertainty in the WWE but he assures the fans that the one thing that they can be certain about is that John Cena will not let go of the WWE Championship. The crowd pops as “The Chain Gang Soldier” poses with his treasured title but then the mood changes as CM Punk’s music plays and The Straight Edge Society appear and begin to make their way to join Cena in the ring.

Punk takes a microphone and says that John Cena’s been making a lot of bold claims in the past few weeks. He mentions that Cena said that he will destroy The Straight Edge Society and that he will not let go of his WWE Championship through this “time of trial.” Punk says that it would be a sheer disappointment to all of John Cena’s loyal fans if he didn’t happen to fulfill any of his promises. Punk says that The Straight Edge Society isn’t going anywhere and they showed it at the end of last week. Footage rolls of The SES laying out Cena, Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne and when the tape ends all Punk does to reinforce his point is smile. Punk says that Cena’s lucky he’s not competing tonight because he’s going to need the rest. He says that Cena’s going to lose that WWE Championship this Sunday and Money In The Bank and it doesn’t matter if he doesn’t let go because The Straight Edge Society will pry it from his hands.

Cena replies by saying that he should really fear The Straight Edge Society. He says there’s four of them and only one of him and any normal human being wouldn’t be stupid enough to go up against them. He recalls the footage that Punk just played and says that it’s reason enough to be afraid of The SES. Cena says there are three reasons he isn’t scared and isn’t backing down. Kofi Kingston’s music plays and the crowd pops as “The Dreadlock Dynamo” makes his entrance accompanied by the tag team of Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne. Cena says that they together make a group that is better than CM Punk and The Straight Edge Society, one that has the power to destroy the other. Cena says that it begins tonight because in the main event, Rey and Evan are going to win the WWE Tag Team Championships off Joseph Mercury and Seth Rollins. The crowd pops before Cena says that before that happens, Kofi Kingston is going to win his United States Championship back off Mason Ryan. There’s another pop as Kofi and Ryan begin to get ready because their match is next.


***Commercial Break***

We return to see Kofi and Mason ready to compete in the ring with the other six men on the outside.

Match One: Singles Match (United States Championship)
Mason Ryan © w/ The Straight Edge Society vs. Kofi Kingston w/ John Cena, Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne


The match starts off with Kofi appearing especially rejuvenated in his quest to win back the United States title and he runs rings around Mason Ryan, confusing the big man with his quick movements and high speed attack. This can only go on for so long though, as a SES distraction allows Ryan to knock Kofi to the ground with a powerful lariat. A period of domination from the champ ensues and is littered by sporadic comebacks from Kofi, that are always either thwarted by other members of the Society or by Ryan himself. Cena, Rey and Evan end up temporarily containing the rest of the SES and Kofi eventually makes a comeback that surpasses the others, even nailing the champ with a Trouble In Paradise but before he can make the cover, Joseph Mercury distracts the referee. Bourne knocks him off the apron but the time that he bought Ryan allows him to kick out at two. Following this Kofi’s momentum is never quite the same and he goes up top for a crossbody only for Mason Ryan to catch him and nail him with the House Of Pain, in the exact same ending as their Capitol Punishment match. However, unlike that match Kofi gets a foot on the rope at the last second to a massive cheer. This only angers the champ however and he picks up Kofi to nail him with a second House Of Pain, this time getting the pin and win.

Winner and STILL United States Champion: Mason Ryan via Pinfall (9:35)

After the match, the rest of The Straight Edge Society gets in the ring with Mason Ryan and they celebrate. Ryan kicks Kofi out of the ring and his allies go and tend to him as the heels continue parading around in the ring.

*Cut to Backstage*

Alberto Del Rio is with interviewer Scott Stanford and as usual, his entourage of enforcer Skip Sheffield and personal ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez. Stanford asks Del Rio about his tag team match later, with him and Sheffield taking on Jack Swagger and John Morrison. Del Rio says that the winning team gets to choose the type of match that he and Swagger will have at Money In The Bank. Del Rio says that his team is winning tonight at then this Sunday; Swagger will have to compete in a three-on-one handicap match with no disqualifications and no countouts. Stanford asks whether Del Rio is scared about what Jack Swagger could choose if he wins but Alberto says that it isn’t even an issue. He says that it is his destiny to win the WWE Championship and disposing of Jack Swagger tonight and then this Sunday are the first steps to achieving his destiny. Del Rio says that by next Monday, he will be done with Jack Swagger and moving on to bigger and better things. The crowd boos as Del Rio leaves with his entourage and we go to a commercial.


***Commercial Break***

When we return we go backstage where Gail Kim is training in the women’s locker room. Zack Ryder walks in and wishes her luck for her Divas Championship match against Kharma later tonight. Gail says that she’s a little scared but Ryder holds her and tells her not to be. She wishes him luck in his match later against The Miz and mockingly asks him if he’s scared. Ryder laughs and says that he’s walking away with the victory. He woo, woo, woos but this time it is Gail that replies with the ‘you know it!’ The crowd pops and Gail walks off, leaving Ryder smiling like a doofus.

*Cut to the Ring*

R-Truth and then the couple of Dolph Ziggler and Vickie Guerrero make their entrances, both getting heat, before Ziggler and Truth prepare for their previously announced match.

Match Two: Singles Match (Grudge Match)
Dolph Ziggler w/ Vickie Guerrero vs. R-Truth


The match starts off with some trash talking as the Money In The Bank Ladder Match participants look to get in each other’s face and mind. Ziggler makes the first move with a cheap shot but Truth fires back with an aggressive array of strikes. The aggression is apparent in both superstars’ offense as Ziggler fires back with punches of his own and the match progresses into an all out brawl. Some Vickie Guerrero interference allows Ziggler to put Truth in a sleeper hold for a while but Truth backs Dolph into a corner to escape. He then nails Ziggler with a few of his signature moves and sets Dolph up for the Shut Up corkscrew scissors kick, but Ziggler rolls out of the ring and begins to retreat up the ramp with Vickie, as the referee counts to 10.

Winner: R-Truth via Countout (5:10)

The crowd boos as Truth stands in the ring and is announced the victor, but he doesn’t seem satisfied as he watches Dolph and Vickie walk backstage. Truth gets out of the ring and begins to exit as well.

*Cut to Backstage*

We go to Scott Stanford, ready for his second interview, this one with The Miz. The crowd boos as Stanford asks Miz about his match tonight against Zack Ryder, a man that has defeated him twice in the past few weeks. Miz says that he’s putting everything on the line in his match tonight because if he loses, he has to leave Raw. The Miz says that he wouldn’t have made that stipulation if he weren’t so confident. He says that when he wins, it won’t be a case of ‘third time lucky,’ it will be a case of him being better than Ryder all along. The Miz says that when he defeats “Long Island Iced Z,” he will be crushing the hopes of all his pathetic fans on the Internet. He says that when they’re crying they might actually go outside though, so he’s probably helping them after all. The Miz says that if- no when- he wins, he qualifies for Money In The Bank. He says he knows how much that briefcase is worth and he’s going to capture it for a second time this Sunday at the pay per view. The crowd boos as Miz smiles smugly before leaving as we go to another break.


***Commercial Break***

When we return, Ricardo Rodriguez is on the microphone and the crowd is already booing as he announces Alberto Del Rio, who makes his way to the ring in a modern Audi. Del Rio gets out of the car as Ricardo announces Skip Sheffield as well, and the big man is shown walking down the ramp. Del Rio and Sheffield hit the ring and wait as Jack Swagger and John Morrison both make their entrances. The two teams do their final stretches and preparations before their high stakes tag team match.

Match Three: Tag Team Match (Winners choose the match type for Swagger/Del Rio’s match at Money In The Bank)
Alberto Del Rio and Skip Sheffield w/ Ricardo Rodriguez vs. Jack Swagger and John Morrison


The match starts with Money In The Bank opponents Del Rio and Swagger in the ring but after Swagger comes out of the blocks with more energy than Alberto anticipated, he decided he’d rather let Skip Sheffield handle things to start off. For the next few minutes, the action flows with both teams tagging frequently and exchanging periods of them having momentum. However, Ricardo Rodriguez proves to be the factor that lets the heels truly get on a roll as Rodriguez knocks Jack Swagger him off the apron behind the ref’s back when Morrison was in desperate need of a tag. The heels isolate Morrison for a few minutes with Sheffield bringing in a power game that wears his opponent down. Eventually, Swagger rallies up the crowd though and Morrison gets the hot tag after defying all the odds. Swagger comes in the ring and clears house, looking almost unstoppable for a minute, even hitting Skip Sheffield with a running powerslam, only for Del Rio to break up the count. Morrison however takes Del Rio down with a springboard roundhouse kick and he rolls out of the ring. Swagger then nails Sheffield with the Gutwrench Powerbomb and tags Morrison in, allowing “The Shaman Of Sexy” to hit Starship Pain on Sheffield for the three!

Winners: Jack Swagger and John Morrison via Pinfall (13:01)


There is a big pop after the match as Swagger and Morrison celebrate in the middle of the ring. They shake hands and Morrison leaves, signifying the end of their partnership but doubtless not their friendship. Swagger gets on the mic and talks to the trio of heels that is now recuperating on the outside. He tells Del Rio that he will see him this Sunday at Money In The Bank. Swagger says that their match will be no ordinary match. He says that this Sunday, he won’t be seeing Alberto in the ring; he’ll see him in the parking lot! The crowd pops as Swagger leaves as his announcement that Jack Swagger will take on Alberto Del Rio at Money In The Bank in a Parking Lot Brawl is hyped by the commentary team.


***Commercial Break***

We go to the ring when we come back and witness the entrances of first The Miz and then Zack Ryder as they have their last few moments of preparations in the ring before the bell rings for their high stakes match.

Match Four: Singles Match (If Miz wins he qualifies for the Raw MITB Ladder Match; if he loses he is fired)
The Miz vs. Zack Ryder


The match starts off with The Miz being extremely aggressive, possibly too much so, because Ryder manages to dodge Miz’s moves and use his frustration against him. The Miz only gets angrier however and when he eventually catches Ryder he throws him viciously into the corner and begins attacking him, forcing the referee to start a count of 5. The next few minutes continue like this with “The Awesome One” almost getting himself disqualified on a few occasions as he tries to use everything in and around the ring to punish Zack Ryder. However, with the help of the crowd, “Long Island Iced Z” manages to get a comeback and even nails Miz with the Rough Ryder leg lariat for a two and a half count. From there on, the match shifts in momentum a few times before after another Ryder comeback, he hits the Zack Attack but The Miz cleverly rolls out of the ring to avoid being hit. Ryder goes to the outside but Miz rams him into the ring post and rolls him into the ring. Although still reeling from being hit with Ryder’s finisher moments earlier, The Miz musters all his energy to grab a recovering Zack from behind and nail him with the Skull Crushing Finale for the three!

Winner: The Miz via Pinfall (13:02)

The crowd boos as after the match, The Miz holds the back of his head in pain but still has a wide smile on his face, knowing he has finally defeated Zack Ryder and also qualified for Raw’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match. The crowd boos as Miz lifts up Ryder’s limp body, looking to do some more damage, but suddenly Kofi Kingston starts running down the ramp! The crowd pops as Kofi and Miz start brawling while R-Truth runs down the ramp… followed by John Morrison… followed by Dolph Ziggler, sans Vickie Guerrero. Eventually all 6 of the Money In The Bank competitors are in the ring and they are brawling with each other as the crowd cheers. Zack Ryder is thrown out of the ring and the bodies of Kofi, Dolph and R-Truth then follow. In a nostalgic moment, Morrison and Miz are left in the ring and Morrison runs at The Miz to try and clothesline him over the top rope but Miz pulls the ropes down and JoMo is sent tumbling over instead. With 5 bodies outside the ring, The Miz celebrates as the temporary victor in the ring as the commentators hype Sunday’s Ladder Match.


***Commercial Break***

When we return we immediately go backstage, once again with Scott Stanford, who is now with Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne and the crowd pops as the fan favourites are shown on the screen. Scott hypes the tag team’s match in tonight’s main event for the WWE Tag Team Championships against Joseph Mercury and Seth Rollins of The Straight Edge Society. Rey says that tonight he and Evan are going to give it their all and go out there and make John Cena, Kofi Kingston and most importantly the fans proud. He says that they’re going home with two shiny new title belts at the end of the night. Evan Bourne says that John Cena and Kofi Kingston have their back and they in turn have theirs. He says that he and Rey, along with Kofi will be at ringside for John Cena’s WWE Championship defense this Sunday against CM Punk and they will be first hand witnesses of the second step of the fall of The Straight Edge Society. Scott asks them what the first step is and Rey says that it’s tonight’s main event, where Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne capture the WWE Tag Team Champions! The crowd pops as Rey and Evan walk away from the camera to prepare.

*Cut to the Ring*

The Women’s Champion Kharma makes her entrance to heat before her challenger Gail Kim enters to a pop and the commentators hype up the title match as the vixens get ready in the ring.

Match Five: Singles Match (Women’s Championship)
Kharma © vs. Gail Kim


For the first minute or so Gail doesn’t get any offense in whatsoever as Kharma just dwarfs her in every aspect and the crowd gets nervous that this match will be a squash like all of Kharma’s matches so far. About two minutes in however, Kharma goes for the Implant Buster but Gail pulls away and nails the Women’s Champion with a sweet kick to the jaw that knocks her towards the ropes. Kim manages to get the ball rolling from here as she uses a sequence of kicks to get Kharma down to her knees before sending her to the mat with a springboard bulldog. Gail covers but Kharma throws her off and warns her that she won’t be taken down easily with another few minutes of domination. While in a sleeper hold, Gail manages to rally up the crowd and make a comeback but when she tries for the Eat Defeat on Kharma, she is simply thrown to the mat. Kharma then lifts up Gail and matter-of-factly raises her into the air before slamming her into the mat with the Implant Buster and retaining her title with the pin.

Winner and STILL Women’s Champion: Kharma via Pinfall (7:36)

After the match, the crowd boos as Kharma lifts up the Women’s Championship and poses with it as she gives the camera a deranged look. However, Natalya’s music then plays and the daughter of Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart walks out onto the stage with the microphone. Natalya says that since Kharma joined the WWE, she’s decimated just about everybody. Natalya says that every single diva on Raw has fallen victim to Kharma at one point in time… except one. Natalya says that Kharma may have defeated all the Barbie dolls but she’s about to face a real woman. Natalya puts herself over as the only woman to have graduated the famous Hart Dungeon and she says that she will be more than Kharma ever bargained for. The crowd pops as Natalya poses and makes her way to the back while in the ring Kharma seethes.


***Commercial Break***

As soon as we return we begin the entrances for tonight’s main event. First out is The Straight Edge Society with Joseph Mercury and Seth Rollins ready to defend their tag titles. Next out is the team of Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne accompanied by WWE Champion John Cena and Kofi Kingston, and the two teams stand on opposite sides of the ring, ready to do battle for the WWE Tag Team Championships.

Main Event: Tag Team Match (WWE Tag Team Championships)
Joseph Mercury and Seth Rollins © w/ The Straight Edge Society vs. Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne w/ John Cena and Kofi Kingston


The match starts with Bourne and Rollins in the ring and the result is a fast paced and entertaining match with many counters. This fast paced style continues for many minutes with all four men in the ring being very mobile and neither side gaining a great advantage. CM Punk and Mason Ryan try to interfere on numerous occasions, but the intimidation factor of Kofi Kingston and primarily John Cena prevent them from getting involved in the match. Eventually, in the ring, the heel team gets an advantage after crotching Evan Bourne on the ropes and they begin to work him over with Bourne playing the face in peril. After a few minutes he makes a comeback after Cena, Kofi and Rey rally up the crowd and he gets the hot tag to Mysterio, who cleans house. He kicks Seth Rollins off the apron and to the outside before putting Joseph Mercury onto the ropes and nailing him with the 619! The crowd pops as Rey springboards off the ropes and hits him with a splash and he covers, only for CM Punk to grab Mysterio and pull him out of the ring! The bell is rung!

Winners: Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne via Disqualification: Joseph Mercury and Seth Rollins retain the titles (12:34)

The crowd boos as the match has ended with no title change and The Straight Edge Society ruining the result. John Cena and Kofi Kingston run towards Punk on the outside and Punk slides into the ring to avoid the WWE Champion. Cena follows him however and tackles him as the Money In The Bank opponents begin brawling to a big pop. On the outside, Mysterio brawls with Mason Ryan and Kofi Kingston is also having a fistfight with Seth Rollins. Elsewhere Joseph Mercury is going up against Evan Bourne and there are four separate brawls going on around the arena, three on the outside and the main one between John Cena and CM Punk in the ring. Eventually, in the ring, Cena gets an advantage and hoists Punk up for the Attitude Adjustment to a big pop, but Punk slips off Cena and leaves the ring. He calls The SES to him and the stable retreats up the ramp as Punk stares at Cena, who stands in the ring holding up his WWE Championship. John Cena’s music plays as “The Champ” poses to end the show.





WWE Championship
John Cena (c) vs. CM Punk

World Heavyweight Championship
Christian (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes

Raw's Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. R-Truth vs. Zack Ryder vs. John Morrison vs. The Miz

Smackdown's Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Tyson Kidd vs. Sin Cara vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Shelton Benjamin vs.Ted DiBiase vs. Wade Barrett

Grudge Match
Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger (Parking Lot Brawl)

Grudge Match
Sheamus vs. Chris Jericho

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