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Friday Night Smackdown (July 15, 2011)
THREE-HOUR SUPERSHOW


The pyro goes off and the commentators introduce us to the show as we start things off with a match. Wade Barrett, Tyson Kidd and Ted DiBiase make their way out one by one to form one team before Shelton Benjamin, Sin Cara and Daniel Bryan make their separate entrances to form the opposing team in this 6-man tag team match consisting of Money In The Bank Ladder Match participants.


Match One: 6-Man Tag Team Match (Grudge Match)
Wade Barrett, Tyson Kidd and Ted DiBiase w/ Michael Hayes vs. Shelton Benjamin, Sin Cara and Daniel Bryan

The match is as good as any on TV in the last few years with all six men getting periods of time to show off their respective skills. The momentum shifts many times but a long portion of the match towards the end is taken up by the heels isolating Daniel Bryan, which is typical in tag matches, as is the hot tag which he gave to Shelton soon after. The finish comes as Ted DiBiase enters the ring illegally to break up a pin, prompting Sin Cara to take him out of the ring with a head scissors takedown. This seemingly acts as an invitation to everyone else on the apron, who all enter the ring and amidst the confusion, the legal man Wade Barrett nails the other legal man Shelton Benjamin with a low blow, while the referee focuses on the other competitors. Eventually everyone else ends up on the outside, allowing Barrett to hit Shelton with The Wasteland for the victory.

Winners: Wade Barrett, Tyson Kidd and Ted DiBiase via Pinfall (17:05)


After the match, the heels all come into the ring to celebrate with Barrett, but the NXT Season One Winner suddenly grabs Tyson Kidd and throws him out of the ring, turning on his partner. Signifying the fact that there are no teammates this Sunday at Money In The Bank, Barrett also attacks DiBiase with a big boot, which sent him rolling out of the ring. Wade Barrett pointed at the Money In The Bank logo and smiles as we go to break.

***Commercial Break***

When we return, Sheamus’ music plays and “The Celtic Warrior” makes his way to the ring to a lot of heat. He gets in the ring, takes a microphone and tells the crowd that he made them a little video to watch, and he hopes Chris Jericho is watching as well. The video starts off with what looks to be a compilation of Jericho’s career, but only focusing on the negatives. It shows Jericho quitting to John Cena in 2005, losing his Intercontinental Championship to Kofi Kingston in 2008, getting knocked out my Mickey Rourke at Wrestlemania 25 and Jericho’s last match before he left where he faced Orton, Sheamus interfered and Jericho got punted in the head. The video continues, this time focusing on Sheamus and him winning the WWE Championship twice, becoming the King Of The Ring and also winning the United States Championship. The video finally ends and Sheamus is shown in the ring, grinning.

Sheamus gets on the microphone and he says that what the audience just witnessed pretty much sums up the careers of Chris Jericho and him. He says that Jericho is washed up, old, has already retired twice and his career has been going downhill for a long time. He says that his own career is just the opposite; he’s a young, fit athlete on the rise, winning more and more championships and more and more accolades. Sheamus says that in his two short years in the WWE he has already surpassed Chris Jericho. He calls Jericho a mere afterthought in the wrestling business of today and for that reason, he had no right interrupting him three weeks ago. Sheamus says that it was three weeks ago that Jericho made the biggest mistake in his tired old career when he challenged Sheamus to a match. He says that this Sunday at Money In The Bank he is going to break Jericho’s frail bones and show him… but he is forced to stop as Jericho’s music starts to play, much to the dismay of Sheamus.

Jericho makes his entrance to a great pop and “Y2J” is soon in the ring opposite Sheamus, ready to reply to his comments. Jericho says that yes, he is older than Sheamus, but with age comes experience and Jericho knows the ropes more than almost anybody else on Smackdown. He says that Sheamus is the typical young and foolish type, he says he’s seen them pass through in the over 15 years he’s been in the business and none of them have successful career. He says Sheamus is lucky to have won a championship or two while he’s been here. On the topic of accolades, he tells Sheamus that the subject is uncontested- Jericho has won a record number of 9 Intercontinental Championships and he was the first ever Undisputed Champion. He says that Sheamus knows this already and his accomplishments will speak for themselves this Sunday, when he will wrestle for every single member of the crowd, not for himself, and he will defeat Sheamus.

The crowd pops but all of a sudden Sheamus whacks Jericho in the forehead with the microphone and the reaction from the audience takes a 180. Sheamus begins to lay into Jericho with punches but “Y2J” rolls them over and begins walloping Sheamus himself. In fact, the relentless fury that Jericho is showing is enough to have Sheamus call it quits and roll out of the ring. “The Best In The World At What He Does” stands in the ring and motions for Sheamus to come back inside for more. Sheamus, however, simply shakes his head and continues walking backwards up the ramp. The crowd boos as Sheamus makes his exit with Jericho’s music playing, the two Money In The Bank opponents obviously itching to get their hands on one another this Sunday at the pay per view.


***Commercial Break***

We go backstage to where interviewer Jack Korpela is with the World Heavyweight Champion, Christian, and the crowd gives “The Instant Classic” a great pop. Christian says that this Sunday, the Randy Orton chapter in the story of his career finally ends and he couldn’t be more grateful for the breath of fresh air it will provide. He tells Randy Orton that just because tonight marks their last match as long as either is champion, he’s not letting his guard down. Korpela asks him about Cody Rhodes and Christian says that he’s not worried about Cody, who he calls a coward and weak. He says that he can deal with Cody Rhodes this Sunday but tonight his mind is all about Randy Orton.

*Cut to the Ring*

The #1 Contender to the Intercontinental Championship Justin Gabriel makes his entrance, accompanied by his manager Matt Striker, and he gets a solid amount of boos. The Champ Ezekiel Jackson is next and “Big Zeke” gets a strong pop as he carries his title to the ring and faces Gabriel, preparing to start the match.


Match Two: Singles Match (Intercontinental Championship)
Justin Gabriel w/ Matt Striker vs. Ezekiel Jackson ©

After the bell rings, Gabriel spends almost a minute avoiding Jackson, going to great measures to avoid the physical beast. The old saying “you can run but you can’t hide” applies here as after all the running, Jackson still catches him. He manhandles the cruiserweight for a few minutes before Gabriel rolls out of the ring and recuperates with Striker. The ref begins his count as Gabriel shockingly starts to retreat up the ramp with his manages. The count of 10 is reached and the referee rings his bell.

Winner and STILL Intercontinental Champion: Ezekiel Jackson via Countout (4:24)


The crowd boos and “Big Zeke” doesn’t look too happy either. Matt Striker takes a microphone and says that this doesn’t count. He says that Justin Gabriel wasn’t fit to compete tonight and a medical test will prove it. The crowd boos as Striker says that he will make sure with Theodore Long that Gabriel is still the #1 Contender and that he will still get his title shot. Striker reminds Jackson that Justin Gabriel is still superior to him and assures him that the next time they meet in the ring, Gabriel will defeat him for the Intercontinental Championship. The crowd boos as Gabriel and Striker leave, with Zeke still in the ring, not happy about what has transpired.

***Commercial Break***

We go backstage to where Roxxi is warming up in the divas locker room, doing some sit ups and the new diva gets a small pop from those in the arena that appreciate her unique look and style. Beth Phoenix walks in to a bigger pop and wishes Roxxi good luck in tonight’s Fatal 4 Way for the vacated Divas Championship. Roxxi ignores her, however, and Beth walks closer to her, waving her hand in front of “The Hardcore Knockout” to get herself noticed. Roxxi stops and reluctantly gets up before looking at Beth and simply saying ‘we shouldn’t be friends,’ before walking off leaving Beth looking puzzled.

*Cut to the Ring*

The Punjab Parallel make their way out to heat, accompanied by their manager and Khali’s translator and brother, Ranjin Singh. The Usos then make their entrance, consisting of them doing the Samoan Haka and the tribal dance gets a good pop from the crowd. The two teams end up in the ring, going up against each other and waiting for the bell.


Match Three: Tag Team Match (Grudge Match)
The Great Khali and Jinder Mahal w/ Ranjin Singh vs. Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso

The match starts off with Khali pretty much dominating both the Usos but once Jinder Mahal is tagged in, the playing field is leveled so to speak and Jimmy and Jey can get in some solid offense. In both teams’ first tag team match on Smackdown, they use the opportunity to showcase some unique double team moves. The Usos nail Mahal with a Superkick and Samoan Drop combination while Khali and Mahal put Jey Uso in a double submission, with Khali applying the Vise Grip and Mahal a single leg Boston crab. After some unique moves from both teams, the finish comes when Jey goes up top for a Splash on Mahal, only for Ranjin Singh to jump on the apron and distract the referee. As this happens, Khali pushes Jey back down to the mat and he crashes and burns. Jimmy then looks to get in the ring to help his partner, once again drawing the referee’s attention, as Jinder Mahal picks up Jey and nails him with the Sands Of Time for the pin, with the crowd by now booing heavily.

Winners: The Great Khali and Jinder Mahal via Pinfall (6:00)


Jey rolls out of the ring and The Usos gather themselves on the outside as Khali and Mahal celebrate in the ring with Ranjin Singh. The trio soaks up the heat and continues to celebrate as the faces are forced to retreat, defeated.

*Cut to Backstage*

We go to Smackdown General Manager Teddy Long’s office as Y0UTH, the team of Derrick Bateman and Trent Barreta, walks in to a pop. Long says that he knows that they have a match against Chavo Guerrero and Brodus Clay later, so he’s not going to take long. Bateman reminds Teddy that whoever gets pinned in their match is fired and Teddy says he has he paperwork already sorted, he just needs somebody to fire. The GM says that the reason they are here is because, as one of Smackdown’s finest tag teams, he wanted them to be the first to know that he is bringing back Smackdown its own set of tag team titles. Bateman and Barreta look genuinely shocked and the crowd pops as Teddy says that he is bringing back the World Tag Team Championships and he is bringing them to Smackdown! He says that they’ll be crowning a champion shortly and he’ll be in contact with them later- that is, if neither of them get fired.


***Commercial Break***

We return from commercial and Melina and Michelle McCool are already in the ring and are apparently already bickering. Michelle says that in mere minutes she is going to win the Divas Championship in a Fatal 4 Way containing her and three other divas that don’t deserve to be in the same ring as her. Melina calls her talentless but McCool reminds her that she defeated her to unify the two titles last year. Beth Phoenix walks out to a pop and says that the crowd cares about neither Melina nor Michelle. She says that “The Glamazon” is going to win the Divas Championship and restore some pride into the butterfly belt but Melina replies by saying that Beth would probably crush the title with her manly arms. Beth says that she wouldn’t mind crushing Melina and some more bickering starts but then Roxxi’s music plays and “The Hardcore Knockout” walks down to join the other three in the ring. She grabs Michelle’s microphone off her and simply says ‘good luck, ladies’ before dropping it and readying herself for the match. All four women suddenly forget about the childish arguing and circle each other, waiting for the match to start, and Beth throws some confused glances at Roxxi as she waits for the bell.

Match Four: Fatal 4 Way Match (Divas Championship)
Melina vs. Michelle McCool vs. Beth Phoenix vs. Roxxi

The match starts in chaotic fashion with brawls erupting everywhere and the heels getting manhandled by Beth and Roxxi, the two more physically superior divas in the match. The chaos in the match continues and only slows down as different vixens are thrown outside of the ring at different times, allowing different one-on-one and triple threat bouts to go on inside the ring. After almost ten minutes of very high quality divas action, Roxxi and Beth find themselves in the ring alone for the first time and “The Glamazon” manages to get herself on a roll. She even gets Roxxi incapacitated enough to pull her up for the Glam Slam, but she hesitates before raising her into the air. This moment of uncertainty is enough for Melina to slide into the ring behind Beth and nail her in the back with a dropkick. She drops Roxxi and bends over, winded, allowing Melina to climb on top of her and impressively nail her with the Last Call! Landing in the pin, Roxxi tries to break it up but is too late as the referee counts the one, two and three!

Winner and NEW Divas Champion: Melina via Pinfall (9:43)


After the match the crowd boos as Melina grabs her Divas Championship and hugs it, before rolling out of the ring and celebrating up the ramp. Inside the ring, Roxxi recovers and looks over Beth Phoenix, almost stopping to check on her, but instead walking away.

*Cut to Backstage*

We go backstage to where Randy Orton is sitting alone in the men’s locker room. A trainer walks in and Orton immediately grabs him by the collar and aggressively gets in his face, asking him whether he’s going to defeat Christian for the World Heavyweight Championship tonight. The man says he doesn’t know and Orton shoves him to the ground. The poor man squirms around in pain as Orton shouts at him, telling him he should know. Randy says Christian is too old to handle two championship matches in two days. He says that tonight is his last one on one match against Christian, probably while he’s still on Smackdown. Orton says that he’s going to make it special for him. He says that Christian might be bruised after tonight but after Sunday he’s going to be broken- a broken man with Randy Orton wearing his World Heavyweight Championship. Orton smiles and walks off, leaving his victim looking genuinely scared as he lies there in pain.


***Commercial Break***

When we return, we go backstage to Jack Korpela who is with the new Divas Champion, Melina. The champ looks ecstatic and before Jack can say anything, she takes the microphone from him and says that she is now the diva with the most Divas Championship reigns of all time. She also says that she is the diva with the second most overall title reigns, now one behind Trish Stratus. Melina says that along with being the prettiest diva in the WWE it’s pretty impressive and she asks Jack what he thinks. He attempts to say something but Melina steals the microphone again, saying that tonight is all about her and nobody cares what anybody else thinks. Melina says that it’s her time to rule Smackdown and her reign is only going to get better.

*Cut to the ring*


With the crowd booing from that earlier promo, the heat continues as the team of Chavo Guerrero and Brodus Clay make their way out. Their opponents, Y0UTH, get a nice pop as the make their way out and before long, the two teams are on either sides of the ring, getting ready for the match and praying that they aren’t the ones that will be pinned.

Match Five: Tag Team Match (Superstar who gets pinned must retire)
Chavo Guerrero and Brodus Clay vs. Derrick Bateman and Trent Barreta

The match is structured in a similiar way to the one earlier where The Great Khali and Jinder Mahal defeated The Usos. Bateman and Barreta are dominated by Big Brodus but when Chavo is introduced, the playing field is leveled and the faces are given some opportunities to give themselves some momentum. Chavo, however, realises this soon enough and allows Brodus to do the majority of the work for his side and he eventually traps Barreta on his side of the ring, isolating him from his partner. The heels utilize quick tags to keep themselves fresh as they wear Trent down and while Chavo is in the ring, he makes a comeback with Bateman riling up the crowd in support. Barreta gets the hot tag and Chavo crawls to do the same but Bateman dropkicks Clay off the apron. The crowd pops as Bateman then grabs Chavo and hits the Mantastic, a modified snapmare driver! Barreta is then tagged in and he hits Chavo with the Dudebuster DDT, before covering him and getting the win!

Winners: Derrick Bateman and Trent Barreta via Pinfall (7:51)


The crowd pops as Chavo rolls out of the ring to Brodus Clay, leaving the faces to celebrate in the ring. Trent Barreta and Derrick Bateman celebrate possibly their biggest win in their careers and Chavo is fired because of it! On the outside, Brodus helps bring “Chavito Heat” to his senses and he realises what has just happened. Chavo grabs a microphone and protests the ruling, saying that he was just joking when he agreed to the match. Teddy Long appears on the stage and apologises to Chavo, saying that he agreed to the match and the ruling is official: Chavo is fired! There is a pop as Y0UTH continues to celebrate as the crowd sings the ‘nana nana goodbye’ song to Chavo, who looks as depressed as ever as he walks back up the ramp for the final time on Smackdown.

***Commercial Break***

When we return, we go to the ring where Randy Orton makes his entrance to a lot of heat from the crowd. Next out is the World Heavyweight Champion Christian who gets a nice pop from his Peeps and the two rivals get inside the ring, allowing Tony Chimel to announce both of them formally. The preparations conclude and Orton and Christian stare at each other dead in the eyes as they prepare for what is their last singles match while either is champion.

Main Event: Singles Match (World Heavyweight Championship)
Randy Orton vs. Christian ©

The match starts off with a brawl and no time is wasted, as both the competitors just want to get stuck into each other and punish one another. Neither superstar really gains much momentum, as there is an abundance of counters used, both men very much suited to the other’s style by now. After a few minutes the action spills to the outside and Orton shows his aggressiveness by slamming Christian into the ring post. From this point, he targets Christian’s back, utilising parts of the ring and the outside to make “Captain Charisma” hurt as much as possible. Christian looks to make a comeback on a few occasions but Orton continues to focus on the back to take his opponent down, even nailing him with his signature inverted headlock backbreaker for a very near fall. He goes for the RKO after a few more minutes of controlling the match but out of nowhere Christian reverses it into the Killswitch, only for Orton to kick out. Christian takes a while getting up to the top rope and he jumps for a Frog Splash, only for Orton to this time reverse it into an RKO and for Christian to kick out. The finish comes a minute later as Orton reverses a Killswitch into a second RKO attempt but Christian pushes Orton away and hits the Spear. “The Instant Classic” then goes up top and pays homage to Eddie Guerrero with a perfect Frog Splash, which is enough to put Orton away for the victory.

Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Christian via Pinfall (15:27)


After the match, the crowd pops as Christian staggers to his feet and holds up the World Heavyweight Championship in triumph. The champ beams, knowing that he is heading into this Sunday’s Money In The Bank with the title and that he will not have to face Randy Orton again in singles competition as long as either is the champion. Christian kisses his title and the commentators put over his hard earned victory some more before Christian is suddenly knocked down from behind with a dropkick to the back of the head! The crowd boos as Cody Rhodes is shown to be the intruder and he picks up Christian before planting him down to the mat with the Cross Rhodes! The champ rolls out of the ring in pain as Cody Rhodes celebrate in the ring with his partner and Smackdown Money In The Bank Ladder Match participant Ted DiBiase walking out onto the stage, apparently as shocked by Rhodes’ appearance as the rest of us.

In the ring, Rhodes turns his attention towards Randy Orton, who put him through a table three weeks ago. He kicks Orton to the outside of the ring, closest to the announcers, before sliding out of the ring and dismantling the announcers’ table as the crowd murmurs. He slides Orton on to the table before joining him on top and lifting Orton to his feet. He goes for the Cross Rhodes but Christian stumbles up to him to try and put a stop to him only for Rhodes to grab him and pull him into his knee. Rhodes then changes his plan, letting go of Orton and heaving Christian onto the table as well. He then grabs both men in a headlock and slams them onto the table with a double DDT! The crowd boos as the table breaks, sending Christian and Randy Orton head first through it. Cody’s music plays as he slides into the ring to celebrate, now with Ted DiBiase with him. Rhodes celebrates as we are shown images of Christian and Orton lying in a heap on the outside and the commentators hype this Sunday’s Money In The Bank.





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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WWE Money In The Bank

As we go to the arena the commentators join us, but after they greet the audience instead of hyping up the crowd they say that there is some important footage that needs to be shown. They say that something rather significant occurred before tonight’s event and it has changed one of the matches.

A video immediately plays on the titantron showing Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase backstage in Teddy Long’s office. The footage shows us Rhodes forbidding DiBiase from participating in Smackdown’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match tonight and says that when he qualified for the match, he wasn’t present at Smackdown and if he were then he wouldn’t have allowed it. DiBiase protests but Cody says that Ted has to be there for his match for the World Heavyweight Championship later. DiBiase is very reluctant but Cody says that if he participates in that match, their alliance and friendship is over. With his friend still not warming to the idea, Cody says that if Ted participates in his match then he will call his father. This seems enough to make Ted change his mind as he droops his head and gives in to Cody, who thanks him and tells him that they have a match to win later tonight. Cody and Ted leave and Teddy Long shouts after them saying that he can’t have a five man Money In The Bank Ladder Match. Cody replies by saying that Teddy still has half an hour before the show starts and it’s not his problem to solve.

We go back to the arena where the commentators say that Teddy Long quickly grouped together all the Smackdown stars he could find backstage and organised a spontaneous battle royale to decide the new sixth competitor for Smackdown’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match.

Another video plays on the titantron, showing the participants of that pre-show battle royale in the ring. Superstars seen are Brodus Clay, Justin Gabriel, Heath Slater, The Great Khali, Jinder Mahal, Intercontinental Champion Ezekiel Jackson, Alex Riley, Derrick Bateman, Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu. The highlights of the 10-man battle royale are shown and the final four competitors are shown to be Brodus, Gabriel, Big Zeke and Alex Riley. Brodus throws Riley out of the ring and in an incredible feat of strength; Jackson picks up Brodus and tosses him clean over the top rope to the floor below. However, Gabriel, who was playing possum this entire time, suddenly sneaks up behind Big Zeke and bundles him over the top rope. Zeke’s feet hit the ground and Gabriel is declared the winner. A shot of him celebrating with manager Matt Striker is shown before the clip ends.

We go to the ring where it is time for the other Money In The Bank Ladder Match! The commentators hype all six Monday Night Raw superstars as they make their entrances, walking down to the ring that is already surrounded with at least half a dozen ladders.


Match One
Raw Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Dolph Ziggler w/Vickie Guerrero vs. The Miz vs. R-Truth vs. John Morrison vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Zack Ryder


The match is very much frantic from the get-go as all six men try their hardest to find possession of the briefcase hanging above the ring. Some big spots throughout the match include The Miz taking out Zack Ryder with a Skull Crushing Finale off the top of a ladder onto another ladder lying in the ring; Kofi Kingston hitting a Boom Drop from a ladder inside the ring onto R-Truth, who was on a ladder stretched out between the ring barricade and the canvas; and John Morrison nailing the Starship Pain on Dolph Ziggler and Kofi Kingston who both stood on the outside. Eventually The Miz is left alone in the ring as he climbs the ladder, but before he can retrieve the briefcase Zack Ryder, who had been out of the match for over five minutes, slides into the ring and climbs onto the ladder. Rivals Miz and Ryder slug it out until The Miz throws Ryder off the ladder and to the outside, where he lands on Kofi and Ziggler, taking all three down to the canvas. Miz goes to grab the briefcase until John Morrison slides into the ring. The former tag team champions trade punches until out of nowhere JoMo hits The Miz with a Pele Kick that sends him off the ladder and down to the canvas below! In a few short seconds Morrison climbs an extra rung or two and grabs the Money In The Bank briefcase!

Winner and NEW Mr. Money In The Bank: John Morrison via Event (18:52)

There is a great ovation for “The Monday Night Delight” after the match as Morrison celebrates with the crowd. He soon makes his way to the back, holding his briefcase, on top of the world.

We go backstage to where Alberto Del Rio is arguing with Raw General Manager Jerry Lawler. From their conversation we gather that Skip Sheffield and Ricardo Rodriguez have been banned from Del Rio’s parking lot brawl with Jack Swagger later tonight and Alberto isn’t happy about this at all. He protests the decision but Lawler says that he has to make the match fair and this is the only way to do so. He says that if either Sheffield or Rodriguez appear during the match then Del Rio is suspended from Raw indefinitely, and to this, Del Rio storms off with his ‘entourage’ still unhappy with the decision.

We go back to the ring where Sheamus and Chris Jericho make their respective entrances, and the commentators hype Jericho’s return a month ago and the feud he has developed with Sheamus since then.


Match Two
Grudge Match
Sheamus vs. Chris Jericho


The match starts with Jericho using some face momentum to get off to an early start as he gets the crowd into the match. After a minute or so of being in control, Sheamus takes Jericho down with a clothesline that almost beheads him and thus begins a period of domination from “The Celtic Warrior”. Sheamus keeps Jericho grounded; using a lot of power moves to wear his opponent down, also gaining an array of nearfalls. However, like with all beatdowns, Jericho gets the stadium behind him and manages to make a comeback, hitting Sheamus with a few signature moves, only for Sheamus to, out of nowhere, take Jericho’s head off with a Brogue Kick that gets a very near fall. The domination begins again and after a few minutes Sheamus goes for the Irish Curse backbreaker, only for Jericho to counter the move and end up hitting his opponent with the Codebreaker, only for Sheamus to kick out! Jericho tries putting Sheamus into the Walls Of Jericho but doesn’t have the effort to roll his opponent over and gets kicked into the ring post. Both men meet in the centre of the ring and Sheamus charges for a second Brogue Kick, only for Jericho to duck and hit his opponent with a second Codebreaker, this time sealing the victory!

Winner: Chris Jericho via Pinfall (11:08)

The crowd pops as Jericho celebrates after the match. “Y2J”, still on a high from his victory, makes his way to the back, leaving a very frustrated and very angry Sheamus in the ring.

We go backstage to where John Morrison is with interviewer Scott Stanford and Raw’s Mr. Money In The Bank gets a big pop from the crowd! He says that he’s on top of the world and he’s going to discontinue the trend of cashing it in while the champ is weakened. Morrison says that he doesn’t know when he will cash in, but when he does, he will announce the match beforehand and win his first WWE Championship fair and square. The crowd pops but then Wade Barrett walks into the picture to heat. Barrett says that Morrison’s time in the limelight is going to end shortly as Barrett will become Smackdown’s Mr. Money In The Bank in mere minutes. He says that unlike Morrison he doesn’t care about fairness, he just wants a World Heavyweight Championship. Barrett says that he will win that briefcase and then he will become champion. The crowd boos as Barrett walks off, leaving a confused Morrison standing with the interviewer.

We go to the commentary team who hype up the next match, the parking lot brawl between heated rivals Alberto Del Rio and Jack Swagger. A video package plays, highlighting their two-month feud, before we say goodbye to the inside of the arena and cut away to the parking lot. Swagger is walking around with a referee, looking for Del Rio, but instead a different familiar face pops up a few metres away. Ricardo Rodriguez surfaces behind a car and Swagger’s interest is caught. He takes a few steps towards Ricardo before Skip Sheffield suddenly ambushes him from behind. Sheffield knocks Swagger to the concrete floor and stands over him as Del Rio walks into the frame. He shouts at the referee to start the match but the referee protests, saying that Sheffield and Ricardo can’t be there because of General Manager Jerry Lawler’s orders. After some arguing, Del Rio tells his allies to leave and goes back to his opponent, allowing the official to finally ring the bell.


Match Three
Grudge Match: Parking Lot Brawl
Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger


The match starts with Del Rio aggressively beating down Swagger, even getting help from the ring bell that the referee used to start the match. Jack manages to dodge a few attacks from Alberto and gets the cars involved as he slams Del Rio face first into a few of them. Del Rio is Irish whipped into the back of a fire engine and then the hood of the car, but he then pulls Swagger head first into the hood of the car, chipping the windshield and busting Swagger open! After a few suplexes on top of a limo, Del Rio decides its time to end things as he locks in the Cross Armbreaker on Swagger, only for “The All-American American to grab a dislodged bumper from a car and nail Alberto across the head with it. Swagger then nails Del Rio with a powerslam on the concrete before climbing the ladder on the back of the fire engine. After getting to the top of the red truck, a few metres in the air, Swagger looks to jump off but Del Rio begins climbing up the ladder as well. The arch-rivals meet on top of the fire engine and go at it for a while before Swagger gets an advantage and lifts Del Rio for the Gutwrench Powerbomb, before he slams Del Rio off the fire engine and onto the hood of an adjacent car, completely caving in the roof of the car! Swagger doesn’t even have to make a pin as the referee deems Del Rio unable to continue the match after checking on him, rendering Swagger the winner!

Winner: Jack Swagger via Knockout (8:11)

Swagger looks shocked at the scene below him, but nevertheless he hops down to the road and has his arms raised by the referee, as he watches Ricardo Rodriguez, Skip Sheffield and various medical personnel check on Alberto Del Rio, still incapacitated on the hood of the car.

We go back to the arena with the crowd buzzing after Swagger’s win and cut backstage to where Jerry Lawler is with The Straight Edge Society. He talks to Punk about how he banned Del Rio’s allies from his match and it made it fair and tells Punk that he will do that same for the WWE Championship match. He says that he has told John Cena that Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne may not be at ringside and now he is telling Punk that the rest of The Straight Edge Society may not be there either. Punk protests but Lawler replies with a stiff lip and says that his decision is final. Punk says fine, he knows he can beat John Cena on his own anyway. He leaves with The SES, mentioning before he goes that walking out tonight will be a new WWE Champion.

We go to the ring where it is time for the second Money In The Bank Ladder Match of the evening, this time Smackdown’s version of the match. The announcers hype up the high stakes affair as all six participants make their way to the ring and get ready for the match.


Match Four
Smackdown Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Justin Gabriel w/Matt Striker vs. Tyson Kidd w/Michael Hayes vs. Wade Barrett vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Sin Cara


Like the Raw Money In The Bank match that John Morrison won earlier in the night, the match begins with a frantic pace that sees all six men have their efforts showcased. With lighter men involved, the match seems to be even more of a spot fest with even faster flowing action than the night’s opener. Some big spots include Shelton Benjamin replicating his famous ladder run clothesline on Wade Barrett; Justin Gabriel hitting a 450° Splash from inside the ring atop a ladder onto the other five men standing outside the ring; Sin Cara hitting a Moonsault from a ladder inside the ring onto Tyson Kidd on the outside, sending him through the announce table; and Shelton Benjamin nailing a Paydirt from the top of the ladder on Sin Cara, sending the undefeated lucha down to the mat. Eventually Daniel Bryan finds himself atop the ladder, mere inches from the briefcase, with the crowd heavily behind him to win the match, only for Wade Barrett to come into the ring out of nowhere and push Bryan’s ladder over, sending “The American Dragon” hurtling to the outside of the ring, where he lands on a ladder stretched between the announce table and ring apron, snapping the ladder clean in half! The crowd is positively shocked as Barrett then places the ladder back into position, before climbing it, the heat increasing with ever step, and grabbing Smackdown’s Money In The Bank briefcase!

Winner and NEW Mr. Money In The Bank: Wade Barrett via Event (16:45)

After the match, the crowd boos as Wade Barrett descends from the ladder and holds his newly won briefcase into the air. He makes his exit to a lot of heat, making sure to shout out World Heavyweight Champion Christian’s name a few times before he leaves.

We go backstage, where WWE Champion John Cena is ready for his final interview before the big title match tonight. Cena says that he’s happy it’s going to be a true one on one match because he wouldn’t want to win or lose any other way. He says luckily the fans don’t need to worry about him losing because it simply won’t happen. Cena says that the one thing he values more than his WWE Championship is doing it for the fans and he says that they won’t be disappointed tonight. He says that Punk is getting his ass kicked and walks off to a big pop.

We go to the ring for the first of two title matches tonight. The World Heavyweight Championship is on the line as first Cody Rhodes, accompanied by Ted DiBiase, then Randy Orton, then the title holder Christian make their way to the ring after a video package plays. When all three are in the ring the announcements are made and the commentators get their last minute hype out of the way before the match begins.


Match Five
World Heavyweight Championship: Triple Threat Match
Cody Rhodes w/Ted DiBiase vs. Randy Orton vs. Christian ©


The first few minutes of the match go by with archrivals Orton and Christian at each other’s throats, and Cody Rhodes uses this to his advantage. He spends much time at ringside with Ted DiBiase drinking from a water bottle; recovering or simply watching the other two go at it. Whenever Cody Rhodes does inject himself in the action, it is usually to capitalise on one of the other two being down and going for a pinfall. However, after about five minutes of playing this game, Orton and Christian team up for a miniscule amount of time to catch Cody and make sure he stays in the ring and plays an active role in the match. However, “The Viper” and “Captain Charisma” then go back to slugging it out with each other, the small moment of teamwork simply done for their own benefits and not out of any mutual positive feeling for each other.

At the present moment, Randy Orton is the one that is outside the ring as Christian previously clotheslined him over the top rope. The World Heavyweight Champion is in control of Cody Rhodes in the ring as he has him in a headlock, which he transitions into a snapmare. Christian then kicks Cody in the side of the head, rolling him onto his stomach in the process. He lifts him to his feet before Irish whipping him into the corner and moving to the opposite corner to take a run up. Christian starts running at Cody but out of nowhere Randy Orton LEVELS HIM WITH A MASSIVE LARIAT! The crowd boos as Orton covers Christian, seeking the title that once belonged to him.

ONE!



T- NO!

Christian kicks out and Orton almost half-expects it as he is already dragging “The Instant Classic” to his feet, keeping him under control. Orton pulls Christian down onto his knee face first before putting him in a front facelock, only to be forced to break the hold after Cody Rhodes clubs him in the back. Rhodes spins Orton around before nailing him with an uppercut to the jaw. “The Master Of The RKO” staggers backwards from the impact and Cody then knocks him down to the mat with a dropkick. He then focuses his attention to Christian, who is overcoming his drowsiness, and he goes for another dropkick, only for Christian to swat his legs away. The crowd pops as Cody hits the mat and Christian brings him up to his feet before Irish whipping him into the corner once again, looking to complete the move he sought moments ago. To his own dismay, Christian is once again halted by Orton who spins him around- except this time he manages to grab Orton and whip him into a same corner! The two heels collide as the crowd cheers and Christian runs at them before NAILING BOTH ORTON AND RHODES WITH A MASSIVE LEAPING CLOTHESLINE!

Orton, who received the majority of the impact, staggers away from the corner and falls to the canvas, leaving Cody Rhodes exposed against the turnbuckles. Christian mounts Rhodes and gets up on the second rope, before he begins to punch Rhodes right in the head, first once, then twice, then more and more times! The crowd pops as Christian gets to a tally of eight blows before Rhodes musters up some strength and grabs Christian, before stepping away from the ropes. Cody grabs the champ in position for the Alabama Slam, but before he can hit his former partner Hardcore Holly’s move, Christian saves himself by grabbing onto the nearest thing he can find- a recovering Randy Orton! Realising what is going on, Orton turns around and takes full advantage of the situation as HE LEAPS AND TAKES CHRISTIAN OFF RHODES’ SHOULDERS WITH AN RKO! The crowd boos as “The Instant Classic” hits the canvas and Orton immediately goes for the cover!

ONE!



TWO!



RHODES BREAKS IT UP!

Luckily for the World Heavyweight Champion, he is saved by the triple threat stipulation of the match, as Cody Rhodes is there to break up the pin attempt. Unhappily that Orton ‘stole his prey’ in a sense, Cody drops a knee on “The Viper” before wrenching him to his feet. “Disfigured” Cody Rhodes then grabs Orton in a headlock and kicks him in the midsection before PLANTING HIM DOWN ON THE MAT WITH A DDT! Rhodes makes the cover!

ONE!



TWO!



T- KICK OUT!

Orton kicks out with mere milliseconds left before Rhodes would have been crowned the new World Heavyweight Champion. Cody slaps the mat in frustration as he gets to his feet, before stomping on Orton twice to make sure he stays down. Cody grabs Orton’s legs and he twists them around his own, pulling “The Viper” onto his stomach AND CONTORTING HIM INTO A FIGURE FOUR LEG LOCK! The crowd boos as what could be a tribute to Ric Flair, they see as disrespect from the young Cody Rhodes. He wrenches on Orton, who writhes in pain and attempts to claw himself towards the bottom rope, but to no avail as Rhodes pulls him towards the centre of the ring. Orton is on the verge of quitting and HE RAISES AN ARM TO TAP- WAIT!

The crowd pops as Christian is in the ring and he breaks up the submission with a dropkick on Rhodes! There are more cheers as a very frustrated Cody Rhodes charges at Christian, who is standing in the corner, only for “Captain Charisma” to dodge and for Rhodes to eat turnbuckle! Adding insult to injury, Christian then uses the ropes TO NAIL CODY RIGHT IN THE NOSE WITH THE PENDULUM KICK! Cody staggers back but Christian makes sure he isn’t going anywhere as he grabs him in a headlock and PULLS HIM FACE FIRST INTO THE MAT WITH A ROPE ASSISTED TORNADO DDT! There is a huge cheer as Christian makes a cover!

ONE!



TWO!



THRE- NO! NO! NO!

Orton has managed to break up the pin at the very last second, preventing Christian from retaining his World Heavyweight Championship. Christian curses and he ducks down in the corner, waiting for Orton get to his feet. We see mannerisms reminiscent of Christian’s friend and former partner Edge and the crowd cheers, knowing what is coming. After a few seconds, Orton finally manages to get to his feet and CHRISTIAN RUNS FOR THE SPEAR- ORTON DODGES! The crowd boos as Christian’s momentum carries him shoulder first into the ring post of the opposite corner and Orton feebly manages to pull him away and ROLL HIM UP IN A SMALL PACKAGE!

ONE!



TWO!



KICK OUT!

The crowd breathes a sigh of relief as Christian keeps himself in the match. Orton gets up, his leg slightly buckling under the pressure put on them by Cody’s Figure Four Leg Lock, but he maintains his stability and lifts Christian up as well. Orton takes a moment to stare in the eyes of his nemesis, before leaping into the air for a pinpoint dropkick, that connects with Christian’s chest and knocks him back down to the canvas. Orton gets back to his feet and sadistically looks over Christian, before once again leaping up, this time hitting a double knee drop, once again targeting the ribs. Punishing Christian has come at an expense to Orton’s knees, however, as “The Viper” tries to get up but needs to rest against the ropes to get through the pain. What Randy doesn’t realise, however, is that Cody Rhodes is on the outside taking another break and he grabs Orton’s legs, pulling his opponent down to the mat. Cody doesn’t stop there however as with all his might, he pulls Orton out of the ring and HE LANDS ON THE HARD OUTSIDE FLOOR FACE DOWN AND UNPROTECTED!

There is a mixed reaction from the crowd as Rhodes gets to work at Orton, pummeling him with boots to the back and limbs as he tries to wear down his opponent as much as he can. He lifts Orton to his feet and slams him back first into the ring apron and “The Viper” winces in pain. Rhodes takes a swig from DiBiase’s water bottle before rolling Orton into the ring. Instead of following him, he drags Orton by his leg across the ring until he reaches the ring post. Rhodes then slams Orton’s injured leg into the post not once, not twice, but three unforgiving times! Cody climbs up the steps and gets on the apron but before he can get in the ring, CHRISTIAN DROPKICKS HIM BACK TO THE OUTSIDE! Cody hits the floor as Ted DiBiase immediately goes and checks on him, as inside the ring, Christian pulls Orton into the centre of the ring and covers him!

ONE!



TWO!



TH- KICK OUT!

There are boos as Orton is still not done with this match, and the commentators take a moment to praise the resilience of all three men. Christian almost can’t believe it as gets to his feet and for the second time in the night crouches in the corner. The response is even louder this time as you can see the desire in The World Heavyweight Champion’s eyes as he waits for Orton to get to his feet. When Randy ascends to a vertical base, Christian ONCE AGAIN RUNS FOR THE SPEAR- THIS TIME IT CONNECTS! The crowd goes wild as Christian points to the ‘Peeps’ at ringside before pinning Orton!

ONE!



TWO!



THRE- NO WAIT! ORTON KICKS OUT!

The atmosphere in the arena is electric and when Christian gets to his feet he almost can ‘t believe his eyes. “Captain Charisma” ducks through the ropes onto the apron before slowly climbing up to the top rope. The entire crowd buzzes with cheers as Christian points to the sky, paying homage to the late, great Eddie Guerrero. He takes one last look around the arena before LEAPING FOR THE FROG SPLA- WAIT A MINUTE! TED DIBIASE HAS PUSHED CHRISTIAN DOWN TO THE MAT! THE CHAMP CRASHES AND BURNS! There could not be any more boos as the referee turns around and berates Ted DiBiase, who protests. The ref then points towards the stage and DiBiase can’t believe it as THE REFEREE EJECTS HIM FROM RINGSIDE! The crowd pops but their reaction suddenly changes abruptly as the referee turns around to see that Cody Rhodes is on top of Christian, hooking both legs!

ONE!



TWO!



TH- KICK OUT!

There is a roar from the crowd as the veteran, “Captain Charisma” has once again kicked out to stay in the match. Cody Rhodes, so close to winning his first World title, scowls as he gets back to his feet. He turns to look at DiBiase, who is already half way up the ramp and when he focuses his attention back on the match, RANDY ORTON JUMPS UP AT HIM AND CATCHES HIM WITH THE RKO- NO! CODY PUSHES ORTON AWAY, SAVING HIMSELF! Orton stumbles away before Cody Rhodes runs towards him, ONLY FOR RANDY TO CATCH HIM WITH A SNAP POWERSLAM! After the initial impact, Orton springs back up to his feet- BUT CHRISTIAN GRABS HIM FROM BEHIND AND PULLS HIM TO THE MAT WITH THE EDGE-O-MATIC! There is a pop as Christian lands covering Orton!

ONE!



TWO!



THRE- CODY RHODES BREAKS IT UP!

The crowd boos but they’re all on their feet at this point as they watch both Christian and Cody Rhodes get to their feet. Cody goes for a punch but Christian blocks it and hits one of his own! Cody staggers backwards as Christian grabs him, only for Rhodes to rake the eyes! The crowd boos as Rhodes Irish whips Christian, only for the champ to reverse the momentum and send Cody flying face first into the corner! Rhodes staggers back, still facing the corner, AS CHRISTIAN TWISTS HIM INTO POSITION FOR THE KILLSWITCH- HE NAILS IT! The crowd goes crazy as Christian covers!

ONE!



TWO!



THREE- OH MY GOD! ORTON BREAKS IT UP AT THE LAST POSSIBLE MOMENT!

The crowd isn’t happy, as Orton has only just managed to softly club Christian in the back and break the count. “Captain Charisma” gets up, lifting Orton with him, and LOOKS TO PUT HIS OPPONENT AWAY WITH THE KILLSWITCH- ORTON TWISTS OUT OF THE MOVE! HE JUMPS UP FOR THE RKO- CHRISTIAN PUSHES ORTON AWAY! The roof is being raised of the arena as CHRISTIAN PULLS ORTON INTO POSITION ONE MORE TIME- CHRISTIAN HITS RANDY ORTON WITH THE KILLSWITCH! The ‘Peeps’ are going absolutely mental as for what seems like the hundredth time, Christian covers Randy Orton!

ONE!



TWO!



THREE!


Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Christian via Pinfall (16:02)

There is a huge pop for “Captain Charisma” as Christian holds on to his title! He raises his World Heavyweight Championship into the air as both Rhodes and Orton leave the ring and begins exiting without attention being drawn to them. Christian celebrates with his ‘Peeps’ some more until Wade Barrett’s music plays to heat. The new Mr. Money In The Bank walks out onto the stage, briefcase in hand, with a referee next to him, and makes his way down to the ring. However, before Barrett can cash in his shot, Christian slides out of the ring and gets to the outside. He begins retreating up the ramp and shaking his head, having outsmarted Barrett, who stands in the ring shouting and pointing at Christian. The World Heavyweight Champion’s music plays once again and he makes his way to the back, his title safely in his hands.

We cut to a split screen shot backstage of both CM Punk and John Cena walking in separate corridors, both of them alone. The crowd pops as the commentators remind us that the WWE title match is mere minutes away. After an impressive as usual video package on the feud, Punk makes his entrance to a mixed reaction leaning on boos, followed by WWE Champion Cena, to a mixed reaction leaning on cheers. The two competitors, without their allies, step into the ring and stare each other down as the referee announces them both. The announcers do one final round of hype for the main event of Money In The Bank 2011 before the match finally gets underway.


Main Event
WWE Championship
CM Punk vs. John Cena ©


The match begins with some trash talking, with Cena asking if Punk can win without help from The Straight Edge Society and Punk replying by saying that Cena’s title reign is over. The banter is replaced by some brawling, which Cena gets the better off, prompting Punk to roll out of the ring and take a breather, getting a break from the match. The next few minutes see the match progress from a brawl to an actual wrestling bout and Punk’s little breaks also cease to exist after a few minutes, as he matches the champ’s aggression. He even manages to get the upper hand over Cena after a crafty eye rake that the ref missed, and following the illegal move the entire dynamic of the match shifts in Punk’s favour.

Punk has Cena on the outside under his control, after clotheslining the WWE Champion over the top rope. He picks up Cena and grabs the back of the head before slamming him down face first into the ring apron. The crowd boos as Cena ricochets backwards but Punk doesn’t waste any time as he grabs Cena and this time leads him over to the ring post, where once again he pushes his head into the steel. Punk slides in and out of the ring to reset the referee’s count, showing that he’s fully aware of what’s going on in the match. He grabs Cena once again and once again slams him face first, this time into the ring barricade, right next to the announcers. The crowd continues to boo as Cena clutches his possibly broken nose in pain while Punk pulls him towards the announce table. For the fourth consecutive time, he grabs the back of Cena’s head and slams him down onto the table- wait! Cena outstretches an arm and blocks the impact!

The crowd pops as Cena counters Punk with a back elbow to the forehead that sends him staggering backwards. He turns around and meets Punk with a stiff right hand to the temple that sends him staggering backwards into the ring apron. The crowd pops as Cena rolls Punk into the ring and “The Straight Edge Saviour” uses the ropes to get himself back to his feet, still feeling slightly dazed. Cena gets up onto the apron but Punk immediately grabs him and pulls him through the top two ropes. Cena dangles on his stomach on the middle rope as Punk takes a step back BEFORE VICIOUSLY KICKING CENA RIGHT IN THE FACE WITH A MASSIVE FRONT SNAP KICK! The crowd boos as the impact sends Cena back through the ropes and onto the ring apron before he rolls to the outside, where he impacts on the floor with a thud.

Punk looks to immediately capitalize on the situation as he rolls under the bottom rope and meets Cena on the outside. He kicks Cena softly in the face, not to harm him but just out of disrespect for his opponent. Punk then brings Cena up to his feet and tosses him over onto the announce table, which garners a cheer because the crowd loves it any time a table gets involved. The announcers all move backwards to get out of the way and Punk quickly ducks in and out of the ring once more. He moves over to The WWE Champion and slaps him in the face as he lies on the table, causing a great roar of displeasure from the crowd. Punk trash talks his opponent as he gets onto the table and lifts Cena to his feet, before grabbing him to keep him under control. Punk lifts Cena up for what looks like a snap scoop powerslam- Cena slides off and lands behind Punk! The crowd cheers as Cena then grabs Punk and RUNS FORWARD TO HIT CM PUNK WITH A ONE HANDED BULLDOG ONTO THE TABLE!

The crowd holds their breath but the table remains intact, to their disdain. Cena rolls off the table and grabs Punk, before pulling him off and then rolling him into the ring. Cena then follows him, sliding into the ring moments before the referee would have counted him out. Cena crawls over to Punk and drapes an arm over him in the cover!

ONE!



TWO!



PUNK KICKS OUT!

The crowd boos as the time it has taken for Cena to move Punk into the ring has allowed his body to recover and therefore kick out. A disappointed John Cena slowly gets up before grabbing a recovering CM Punk and trying to Irish whip him, only for Punk to hold onto the top rope. He then reverses the momentum and manages to whip Cena into the corner. Punk runs at “The Chain Gang Soldier” but out of nowhere CENA RUNS AT PUNK AND TACKLES HIM TO THE GROUND WITH A LOU THESZ PRESS! The crowd pops for the sudden aggressive outburst from Cena and it continues as he mounts Punk and nails him with lefts and rights to the head as Punk tries to shield himself. Cena keeps hitting blow after blow until the referee forces him off and Cena complies, not wanting to get himself disqualified. Cena then stands up and runs off the ropes before standing in front of Punk, and with the crowd already cheering, does his usual theatrics and “you can’t see me” hand wave before HITTING THE FIVE KNUCKLE SHUFFLE- PUNK ROLLS OUT OF THE WAY!

The crowd boos as Cena hits the mat and shakes out the pain from his fist, before going after Punk, only to see that his opponent has continued to roll all the way out of the ring and is recovering on the outside. Cena walks over towards the edge of the ring but as he approaches Punk, “The Second City Saint” grabs his legs and pulls them, forcing Cena to hit the mat back first and then hit the floor, also back first, as Punk pulls him out of the ring. Cena rolls onto his stomach and Punk lifts him up by the back of his head, before stomping him back to the floor, again targeting the face, as he was minutes earlier. Punk then wrenches Cena back up to his feet, before picking him up for a flapjack and sending Cena face first into the ring apron with the move! The crowd boos as Cena ricochets backwards and stumbles, trying to stay on his feet, but Punk puts an end to it AS HE SMACKS CENA RIGHT IN THE FACE WITH A BRUTAL ROUNDHOUSE KICK!

The crowd boos as Cena immediately hits the floor like a sack of potatoes and it can now be seen that blood is pouring from his nose after sustaining many blows to the region. Punk smiles and wipes some of Cena’s blood onto his finger, before raising his finger high into the air, showing the crowd what he has done, and this gesture is met with thunderous heat. CM Punk lifts Cena to his feet before throwing him into the ring. He soon follows himself and leaps onto Cena as he hooks both legs in a cover!

ONE!



TWO!



TH- KICK OUT!

The crowd cheers as The WWE Champion manages to stay in the match! Punk on the other hand isn’t as joyful regarding the kick out and he berates the referee, telling him that the pinfall was too slow. Punk, looking noticeably more pissed off then before, lifts- no, yanks, Cena to his feet. He Irish whips Cena into the nearest corner and Cena slams into the turnbuckles, with drops of blood falling from his upper lip to the ground after being shaken from the impact. Punk paces back before running and nailing Cena with the STEP UP HIGH KNEE TO THE JAW! The crowd boos as Punk latches on to Cena and moves away from the turnbuckle, FOLLOWING UP WIT THE RUNNING BULLDOG! The boos increase as Cena’s nose is no doubt broken by now, after two more high impact moves, and Punk looks to capitalise on the pain with a cover!

ONE!



TWO!



THR- NO! CENA KICKS OUT!

The crowd is finally given a reason to cheer as the resilience of The WWE Champion is shown, Cena not being ready to give up his title that easily. Punk stands up and looks down at Cena, staring daggers at him, before sitting by him and grabbing his arm… PUNK TWISTS CENA INTO THE ANACONDA VICE! The crowd goes crazy as the referee checks up on John Cena, who is wincing under the pain. A ‘Cena’ chant starts up and within seconds the arena is flooded with every single person chanting the name of the WWE Champion. Punk keeps applying pressure but Cena hears the support, and suddenly starts shouting, almost roaring and he even begins to stir. There are some huge cheers as Cena shakes his arm and gets some momentum going, BEFORE HE IS ABLE TO TURN PUNK ONTO HIS STOMACH! The crowd pops but then Cena changes his grip and SOMEHOW MANAGES TO REVERSE THE ANACONDA VICE INTO THE STF! CENA HAS PUNK IN THE STF!

The crowd pops like crazy as Punk finds himself trapped and “The Second City Saint” tries clawing himself towards the ropes! Cena tries with all his might to pull back with the hold and wrench on Punk’s neck but all that time in the Anaconda Vice took a lot of energy out of him and after a few seconds of crawling Punk reaches out… AND GETS A FINGERTIP ON THE BOTTOM ROPE! The crowd is white hot as Cena is forced to break the hold and he rolls onto his back, physically incapable of moving, and it looks like Punk is in the same state as he lies on the canvas, panting and unable to move.

ONE!

The referee begins his count and the crowd heats up, trying to spur the contestants to get up so the match can go on.

TWO!

THREE!

A distinct ‘Cena’ chant is heard but it is dueling with a slightly quieter ‘CM Punk’ chant, showing that “The Straight Edge Saviour” has his fair share of smark fans in the crowd.

FOUR!

FIVE!

Both men begin to stir now and the crowd only gets louder for it.

SIX!

Punk manages to get to a seated position as he has a hold of the rope and tries using it to pull himself up.

SEVEN!

Cena manages to get himself up to one knee!

EIGHT!

Punk pulls himself to a standing basis while Cena manages to get to two knees!

NINE!

With about a second left in the referee’s count, John Cena gets to his feet and there is a true ovation as the two competitors come face to face in the centre of the ring again! Punk nails Cena with a right hand, but Cena blocks it and hits one of his own to a pop! Punk goes for another but it is blocked again and this time Cena retaliates with a trio of hard right hands! Punk staggers backwards, swaying on the spot as Cena runs backwards off the ropes and hits Punk with his signature leaping shoulder block! The crowd pops as Cena waits for Punk to get up and then picks him up, before planting him down on the canvas with his modified spin out powerbomb! The cheer from the crowd crescendos as Cena runs off the ropes one more and does his trademark theatrics before HITTING THE FIVE KNUCKLE SHUFFLE, THIS TIME SUCCESSFULLY!

Cena stands up before doing the ‘you can’t see me’ taunt one more time and waiting for Punk to get up. A few seconds later he does so and CENA LIFTS HIM INTO HIS SHOULDERS FOR THE ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT! The crowd goes mental AS CENA LIFTS HIM OVER HIS SHOULDERS- WAIT! PUNK FLIPS THROUGH AND LANDS ON HIS FEET! He and Cena turn around to face each other once again and Punk rakes the eyes- THE REF MISSES THE BLATANT FOUL! Punk lifts Cena onto his shoulders with the heat from the crowd reaching blowing point! He raises Cena into the air… NAILING THE GTS! CENA COMES CRASHING DOWN BROKEN NOSE FIRST ONTO PUNK’S KNEE! The heat is crazy as Punk covers the WWE Champion!

ONE!



TWO!



THREE!



WAIT JUST A FUCKING MINUTE! CENA HAS HIS HAND UNDER THE BOTTOM ROPE! THE REF SEES IT! THE MATCH CONTINUES!

There is an unparalleled pop as John Cena has survived by the skin of his teeth and Punk can’t believe what he has just seen. “The Straight Edge Saviour” gets back to his feet and looks legitimately stunned that his trademark GTS couldn’t put Cena away. He suddenly has an idea and picks up Cena’s leg before he starts dragging him across the ring to the edge closest to the announcers. Punk slides out of the ring before pulling Cena to the outside as well and immediately grabbing him and throwing him onto the announce table once more. Punk steps onto the announce table and lifts Cena onto his feet before bringing him up onto his shoulders. The commentators bring up that a GTS can’t put Cena through the table but then Punk’s intentions are clear AS HE LIFTS CENA IN THE AIR FOR THE ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT- CENA CHANGES DIRECTION! HE LANDS ON HIS FEET BEHIND CM PUNK! Punk turns around as Cena musters up all his strength and lifts Punk onto his shoulders… BEFORE DOING A 360° ROTATION FOR THE FANS AND SLAMMING CM PUNK THROUGH THE ANNOUNCE TABLE WITH THE ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT!

The crowd goes absolutely crazy as both men just lay there in the wreckage of the table for a few seconds as we hear the ref counting from inside the ring.

ONE!

TWO!

THREE!

FOUR!

FIVE!

Cena finally begins to make it up, as he gets to his knees.

SIX!

Cena gets to his feet and begins trying to pull Punk up to a standing base.

SEVEN!

EIGHT!

Cena gets Punk up and drags him over to the ring apron, before rolling him into the ring.

NINE!

Cena himself slides into the ring before flopping an arm to cover the brutalized CM Punk!

ONE!



TWO!



THRE- NO! PUNK KICKS OUT!

The crowd goes crazy, many not caring who wins anymore, just wanting this epic match to continue. Both men take another few moments to just lay on the canvas, before Cena gets to his feet once more, although he needs to use the ropes to do so, the match having taken so much out of him. He stands and catches his breath for a moment, before pulling Punk up to his feet and doing the one thing he can think of to finally end this match. Once more, he brings Punk onto his shoulders and the crowd goes crazy! CENA LIFTS PUNK INTO THE AIR FOR ONE MORE ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT- NO, WAIT! PUNK WRAPS HIS FEET AROUND THE TOP ROPE, STOPPING THE EXECUTION OF THE MOVE!

Cena is forced to drop Punk, who lands on his feet and breathes heavily after his intelligent counter, no doubt saving him from losing the match. Punk turns around to face Cena, whoever is already waiting for him though as HE PICKS UP PUNK AND DROPS HIM WITH A FISHERMAN’S SUPLEX! Instead of covering though, Cena gets to his feet and makes his way over to the corner, where he slowly pulls himself up- first onto the bottom rope and then onto the second. The crowd pops as Cena prepares for his diving leg drop bulldog, but CM Punk sees The WWE Champion perched and ready to jump and he immediately staggers towards the corner. Punk steps up onto the second rope to join Cena, shouldering him into the gut to wind him. Cena replies with a stiff duo of punches but out of nowhere PUNK KICKS HIM IN THE HEAD WITH AN RVD-ESQUE ROUNDHOUSE OUT OF NOWHERE! Cena sways around on the second ropes and Punk grabs him in double underhook position AND LEAPS BACKWARDS OFF THE SECOND ROPE, IMPLANTING CENA INTO THE CANVAS WITH THE PEPSI PLUNGE!

There is a huge mixed reaction as Punk, instead of going for the cover, wearily gets to his feet and with a big heave, pulls Cena back up to his feet and “The Champ” looks like he doesn’t know where he is. With a new stream of blood coming from Cena’s nose, Punk looks him dead in the eyes and lifts him up, one more time, onto his shoulders. With the arena at fever pitch, Punk raises Cena into the air AND SLAMS HIM DOWN WITH A SECOND GTS! Cena collapses onto the mat and Punk collapses on top of him, the execution of that last move taking all energy out of him!

ONE!



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Winner and NEW WWE Champion: CM Punk via Pinfall (21:33)

After the match there is a surge of heat from the crowd as Punk holds up his newly won WWE Championship. His music plays as The Straight Edge Society all appear on the stage, and Intercontinental Champion Mason Ryan and WWE Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins and Joseph Mercury join Punk with the in-ring celebrations. All four men in the Straight Edge Society now have titles and they raise them all in the air simultaneously as the PPV comes to a close and the commentators thank us for joining them.
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I'm glad you started again, it was good... Keep going man..
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Monday Night Raw (July 18, 2011)

We open the show with new WWE Champion CM Punk and The Straight Edge Society, also consisting of United States Champion Mason Ryan and WWE Tag Team Champions Joseph Mercury and Seth Rollins. They brag to the audience about holding all the titles on Raw and preach their lifestyle until General Manager Jerry Lawler comes out and says that to liven up Raw he is going to have each member of The SES defend their titles tonight! The crowd pops as he says that right now Mercury and Rollins will defend the tag titles against Evan Bourne and Rey Mysterio and in the main event CM Punk will defend his WWE Championship against Jack Swagger.

Match One: Evan Bourne and Rey Mysterio defeat Joseph Mercury and Seth Rollins by countout after The SES bails mid-way through the match, therefore the titles don’t change hands.

We go to Scott Stanford and an interview with former WWE Champion John Cena. He says that he’s interested to see who wins the big title match in tonight’s main event and that whoever wins should watch out because he still has a rematch clause to cash in. He says he secretly hopes that Punk retains his title so he can personally get revenge on The Straight Edge Society and win back the WWE Championship that is rightfully his.

Match Two: Natalya defeats Maryse in a squash match with the Sharpshooter. After the match Kharma comes out and The Women’s Champion has a staredown with Natalya, the reigning #1 Contender.

We go backstage to Kofi Kingston pleading to Jerry Lawler to give him a US Title match against Mason Ryan tonight. The GM obliges but says that this is Kofi’s last chance and if he loses he will be suspended from Raw for 30 days and Kofi agrees to this clause, determined to retain his title.

Match Three: Drew McIntyre defeats Primo after an eye poke and the Future Shock DDT. After the match Carlito gets into the ring to have words with McIntyre about the dirty finish but the Scot simply smiles as Paul Burchill and Finlay make their way to the ring and align with Drew in beating up The Colons. The three pose to end the segment as the crowd boos.

John Morrison comes down to the ring with his Money In The Bank briefcase and he thanks the fans for supporting him and being the motivation he needed to win the match last night. He says he doesn’t know when he is cashing in and before he even considers that he has unfinished business with someone and he calls out R-Truth. He says that he wants Truth in the ring right now and the crowd pops but there is no answer and Morrison is forced to walk off alone.

Match Four: Mason Ryan defeats Kofi Kingston in a good match after the House of Pain to retain his United States Championship and ensure that Kofi is suspended from Raw until after Summerslam.

We go backstage to Scott Stanford who is with R-Truth for an interview. Truth talks about Morrison calling him out earlier and him not responding. He says that Morrison’s not giving him a reason to come out and accept his challenge- he dares The Monday Night Delight to put his briefcase on the line and says that if he does, then he might respond to his challenge.

Main Event: CM Punk defeats Jack Swagger in a long, impressive match after interference from Joseph Mercury and then a GTS. After the match John Cena walks out onto the stage and says that Punk’s reign isn’t going to last long because at Summerslam he will be seeing him in his rematch for the WWE Championship… but this time it will be a last man standing match!
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Well I'm glad to see this thread back. Whooo! Here's a review for you. I'll be mixing it up as I read the RAW you just posted along with MITB.

I like the simpleness of your shows. Even if it's not a long read, I believe that it gives us the same entertainment than a really long show so kudos to you for being able to do that.

Your MITB PPV was pretty awesome. Match of the night had to be the World Heavyweight Championship Match. I've always preferred Smackdown over Raw so maybe that swayed my decision. I like how you've made Christian a FACE champion. I think that WWE should've done it this way so as to make Orton HEEL and Christian FACE.

The SES looks even more powerful than ever with them having all the championships. Mercury and Rollins are a pretty good team, I could see those two working well together. But their opponents Bourne and Mysterio are no pushovers. It's interesting that you've paired these two up actually as I don't think WWE would ever do that. So that's a good change, it certainly revamps the tag team division a little.

Your whole Divas division is way better than WWE already and that can be attributed to booking Natalya vs. Kharma. When these two ladies meet in the ring, we'll surely get a pretty good divas match. Can't wait for that one.

Looks like you'll be giving McIntyre something to do. What a pair of veterans to learn from in Paul Burchill and Finlay. Surely this can mean nothing but success for the Scotsman.

Giving Morrison the briefcase was a good move especially in the fashion that he won it in MITB, against the Miz. Hopefully we see the true potential that I believe Morrison has. And hmm, you have him say that he'll announce when he'll cash the briefcase in. Does he pull a “Daniel Bryan” and turn heel?

Kofi is now suspended? I don't really get this move. Maybe it was just a way to find Mason Ryan a new opponent. Whoever that may be, I think we'll find out sooner rather than later.

Punk retains his title against Swagger but Cena comes out and reveals that it'll be him and Cena at Summerslam for the title in a Last Man Standing Match. Maybe for the main event, you could have written some details cause you know, it's the main event. But I guess your style is really keeping it all simple and that isn't necessarily a bad thing.

Overall, I like what you've produced so far. Your storylines are way different from WWE during this time period and I applaud you for that. Kudos also for bringing in Seth Rollins who I've been dying to see on the main roster. Now all I can do is wait for Smackdown, can't wait for that!

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Friday Night Smackdown (July 22, 2011)

We open the show with World Heavyweight Champion Christian who says that he defied the odds to beat Christian and Randy Orton and defend his title last Sunday. He praises his fans but Cody Rhodes cuts him off mid-way through his promo. Cody makes his way to the ring with Ted DiBiase and says that he wants a title match because he wasn’t pinned last Sunday and therefore deserves one. The two trade words before Theodore Long comes out and says that Cody won’t get title shots handed to him on a silver platter- he will need to earn them. He says that Rhodes can take a step in the right direction tonight because he and DiBiase will be taking on Daniel Bryan and Sin Cara in the main event!

Match One: Tyson Kidd, accompanied by Michael Hayes, defeats Johnny Curtis in a squash match after making him tap to the Sharpshooter. After the match Hayes gets on the mic and introduces Kidd’s new tag team partner, David Hart Smith! Smith walks down to the ring and poses with Kidd as Hayes introduces them as the next World Tag Team Champions.

We go backstage to Jack Korpela who has an interview with Sheamus, who says that later tonight he has a no-disqualifications no-countouts match against Chris Jericho and unlike last Sunday at Money In The Bank, this time he will be the victor and Jericho will feel his wrath.

Match Two: Beth Phoenix defeats Michelle McCool after the Glam Slam with Melina at ringside and after the match The Divas Champion attacks Beth and soon Michelle McCool joins in and it’s a 2 on 1 attack. Roxxi’s music hits and she walks out onto the stage and stands there for a while before ultimately running down to the ring to make the save and help Beth to her feet.

We go backstage to an interview with Cody and Ted who say that tonight they will defeat Daniel Bryan and Sin Cara and then it will be a travesty if GM Teddy Long doesn’t announce Cody Rhodes vs. Christian for Summerslam. Ted DiBiase goes to say some words but Cody cuts him off and says that this coming month is all about him.

Match Three: Chris Jericho defeats Sheamus in a brutal No-DQ/No-Countout match after a chair shot and then making “The Celtic Warrior” submit to the Walls of Jericho. After the match Jericho celebrates after struggling to get to his feet but all of a sudden Randy Orton runs in out of nowhere and hits Jericho with an RKO, before “The Viper” slithers off to boos.

Justin Gabriel comes out with Matt Striker and Striker says that Gabriel will be the next Intercontinental Champion and that Jackson has no chance whatsoever in keeping his title. Wade Barrett comes out and says that he is the holder of a Money In The Bank briefcase and is therefore above tagging with a loser by the likes of Gabriel. He says to get on with the demolition of their opponents.

Match Four: Justin Gabriel and Wade Barrett defeat Ezekiel Jackson and Shelton Benjamin after Striker distracts the faces and Barrett hits Shelton with The Wasteland. After the match he lays out Jackson but then Gabriel attacks Barrett and his respective 450° Splashes on Barrett and Ezekiel.

We go back to an interview with Derrick Bateman and Trent Barreta who say that they will be the new World Tag Team Champions once the titles are introduced back to Smackdown. The Punjab Parallel of The Great Khali, Jinder Mahal and Ranjin Singh walk up to them and the two tag teams have a silent stare down.

Main Event: Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase defeat Daniel Bryan and Sin Cara after Cody threw DiBiase into Bryan and then hit him with the Cross Rhodes. He gets on the microphone after the match demanding Christian/Cody Rhodes be made for Summerslam but Teddy Long comes out and says that he will get the match if next week Christian is defeated by Ted DiBiase!
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Your way of writing is pretty much like a reporter that's at the actual event. It isn't a bad thing as we get straight to the point, plus its an easy read. I'll comment that I like how the World Heavyweight Championship picture is going with Christian being the center. Christian is one of my favorite superstars so it's pretty cool to see him being world champ, just like in Wolfy's BTB.

I'm really excited for a Orton/Jericho feud as they could really bring the house down. The feud between the two could be something special if booked right. Hopefully you go into more details because that's a dream feud right there.

Interesting enough that you bring Smackdown their own world tag team titles back. I think that the teams are extremely better than on Smackdown and should get better time than on Raw since Smackdown is more of the wrestling show. However, I hope to see more tag teams signed on as you simply don't have enough. The tag team division can be really good and with your booking skills, I bet they'll be awesome.

The last thing I'll comment on is your Money In The Bank briefcase holder, Wade Barrett. Now, with the title scene just getting hot at the moment, I'm sure you wouldn't let Barrett cash in just yet. So hopefully you have some feuds that could establish him even more before injecting him into the main event scene. Wade Barrett should be really fun to work with as he has the mic skill and the in-ring ability to lead a brand like Smackdown. Good show!
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Monday Night Raw (July 25, 2011)

Raw opens with Cena in the ring, reminding everyone that last week he invoked his rematch clause for Summerslam and he will be facing Punk in a Last Man Standing match. He talks up the match and Jerry Lawler comes out and says that tonight, Cena will get a shot at The SES as in the main event he will go one on one against United States Champion Mason Ryan!

Match One: Kharma defeats Kelly Kelly in a squash match and afterwards Natalya runs out and gets into the ring opposite the Women’s Champion and the two stare down before shoving each other and Natalya actually manages to push Kharma out of the ring before they stare at each other some more.

John Morrison comes down to the ring and says he heard what R-Truth said last week and that he is willing to put his Money In The Bank briefcase on the line for a one-on-one match against Truth at Summerslam. He says that Truth will finally get what he deserves for injuring him months ago.

Match Two: John Morrison defeats Tyler Reks in another squash after Starship Pain. After the match R-Truth runs out and attacks Morrison with the Shut Up, before shouting at his fallen body and saying that the briefcase will be his.

We go backstage to The Straight Edge Society and Punk has a special message for John Cena. He says that The SES is dominating Raw and thanks to them Kofi Kingston won’t be seen around for a while. He says that at Summerslam the same thing will happen to Cena- he will be defeated and will never show his sorry face on Monday Night Raw again.

Match Three: Zack Ryder defeats Dolph Ziggler after a good match with a rollup and as he celebrates after the match The Miz runs out and starts double teaming him with Ziggler as Vickie Guerrero urges them on, until Jack Swagger runs out for the save and clears the heels from the ring before tending to Ryder.

We go to the ring where Finlay walks out with Drew McIntyre and Paul Burchill. He introduces the tandem as The Isles of Power and says that they will be dominating the tag division on Raw and for other teams to take note.

Match Four: The Isles of Power defeats Milan 2 Moscow after McIntyre pinned Santino following the Future Shock DDT. The heels beat up Kozlov and Santino after the match with Finlay joining in but then The Colons run out and clear them from the ring. Carlito and Primo point at the heels saying that they want revenge and they have words with each other.

We go backstage to where The Miz is talking to Dolph Ziggler and Vickie Guerrero. They agree that Zack Ryder and Jack Swagger are pests on Raw and they’re going to have to be taken care of if either of them wants title shots. Miz extends his hand to Ziggler who looks at Vickie but walks off instead of sealing the partnership with a handshake.

Main Event: John Cena defeats Mason Ryan after the Attitude Adjustment. After the match The SES attack Cena in a four-on-one assault and Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne try to make a save but succumb to the numbers game as well. The show ends with Punk and The SES standing tall.
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I do like the way that you present your work, as it makes it all very easy to read and understand.

The main story on Raw is good, and the SES have really come across as a dominant group under Punk's leadership and this proven by what they have done to Kofi Kingston. The story with Cena is good, and I think that Punk will win at Summerslam, with a lot of help from his society.

The Truth/Morrison rivalry was one that real WWE didn't properly address and finish and it is good to see the MITB involved too, as it makes the feud seem a lot more important.

My main issue with this show was that there was something that happened after EVERY match. There was a run in each time and something happened. I think it got a little excessive and other than the variation of post match events, it was a solid Raw that developed all of the storylines. Keep it up
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Friday Night Smackdown (July 29, 2011)

The show starts off with Theodore Long on the stage and the GM says that he is proud to announce a tournament to crown new World Tag Team Champions to occur over the next three weeks and conclude with the final at Summerslam. He also says that tonight Justin Gabriel will be challenging Ezekiel Jackson for the Intercontinental Championship. Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase interrupt Teddy and say that more importantly he should be announcing Cody versus Christian for Summerslam because tonight Ted DiBiase is going to beat The World Heavyweight Champion in the main event.

Match One: Y0UTH (Trent Barreta and Derrick Bateman) defeats the team of Heath Slater and Darren Young after Barreta hits Young with the Dudebuster DDT, meaning Y0UTH progress in the tag title tournament.

We go backstage to an interview with Randy Orton and interviewer Jack Korpela asks him why he hit Chris Jericho with an RKO last week. Orton says that he was pissed about losing his chance to win the World Heavyweight Championship and he had to take it out on somebody. Christian was out of the equation so he figured he would go for one of the champ’s best friends and former partners in Jericho. He says it’s nothing personal and smirks before walking off.

Match Two: Beth Phoenix and Roxxi defeat Alicia Fox and Tamina after Roxxi hits Alicia with the Inverted Front Powerslam she calls the Barbie Crusher. After the match the referee raises the winning team’s hands but Roxxi pulls herself away and walks away without looking back.

Justin Gabriel and Matt Striker come out for a promo and Striker says that everyone is about to witness history, as Gabriel is about to become the Intercontinental Champion. They talk themselves up some more before Ezekiel Jackson makes his way out and says that nothing is changing- nobody is going to tame the beast and the title will stay in his possession.

Match Three: The Intercontinental Championship match turns into a no contest after Wade Barrett runs out and attacks both Justin Gabriel and Ezekiel Jackson, laying them both out with The Wasteland before posing over them in the ring with his MITB briefcase in his arms.

Michael Hayes makes his way down to the ring and introduces The Hart Dynasty as Tyson Kidd and David Hart Smith then make their entrance to heat. Hayes says that they will restore glory to the Hart name and capture the World Tag Team Championships on Smackdown.

Match Four: The Hart Dynasty defeats The Usos in a match that went back and forth after hitting Jimmy with The Hart Attack, advancing further into the World Tag Team Championship tournament.

We go backstage to Chris Jericho who is there for an interview with Jack Korpela. He says that he doesn’t buy into the ‘nothing personal’ remarks that Randy Orton made earlier today and that he knows why Orton attacked him- he was on a roll winning two straight matches against Sheamus and Orton was down in the dumps with no World Heavyweight Championship. Jericho says that Orton wants a fight and he has found one.

Main Event: Ted DiBiase defeats Christian after the referee gets knocked out halfway through the match and Rhodes uses the opportunity to illegally hit Christian with a steel chair shot to the skull. When the referee covers DiBiase pins Christian for the win and the crowd boos, as Christian vs. Cody Rhodes for the World Heavyweight Championship is now official for Summerslam.
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