12-02-2013, 04:39 PM
Join Date: Feb 2011
Re: C3K Presents: WWE - Pride & War
^^ Can't wait to see which arena you choose for Mania 27 in over a year and a half in BTB time!
Taking a little break from my Supershow to drop you some feedback; my first in a while to anyone actually. Will be feedbacking each segment as I read it. I've been reading so I know what is going on.
Right let's get to it
OW MY FUCKING EYES!!!
Now that's over with we can begin...
Liking Orton referencing what he did to Punk, or what he didn't do, reinforcing his claims that he is actually the one in control of this feud. What Orton had to say was pretty much spot on really, acknowledging that he could have taken out Punk again last week and listing those who have fallen victim to the punt kick. I maybe would have liked to have seen Orton talk a bit more about the similarities to what happened last week and when he punted Punk last year a bit more, saying that he could crush his dreams out of nowhere again. Glad you made up for it though by saying that he wanted to do it on the gran stage, because remembering back to when he punted Punk in 08 it kinda just seemed very anticlimactic. I'm not sure I like Orton claiming he's a better wrestler than Punk; although it is a heelish thing to do; in no way, shape or form is Randy Orton a better wrestler than CM Punk. I'm enjoying Punk's rebuttal to Orton's claim, referring to his time in the indies and actually going as far to say that there are guys out there that are better wrestlers than Orton (which there are), kind of gives the promo another level and a shoot feel to it which I like. Punk was just perfect in this promo, and I'm glad you didn't give too much away in the brawl afterwards. Lawler channeling his inner Teddy Long is cool, and gives us a very solid main event. Strong start to the show.
If I'm honest I'm not too sure what's going on with the Divas.
Glad you kept what Rey had to say to a minimum because he isn't that great at talking and even less fun writing for. What he had to say was pretty generic as most things Rey says is, so I can't really fault you on that. Pretty much thought it was a given that Batista would be looking out for Rey, but it was okay to see their little exchange to just get Batista on screen and flesh out the segment a little bit.
Really good to see that Sheamus got his win back over Barrett. I know that Sheamus is a big guy which gives him an advantage in itself, but Barrett is also a pretty big dude so I guess that can be your defence for a guy Barrett's size winning his matches by actually cheating. I just think that maybe in the future you should stray away from cheating because he's meant to be the big man of The Monarchy and his wins should be decisive. I'll give what happened last week the benefit of the doubt because Sheamus is a big guy that is harder to beat cleanly, with this match proving that Barrett can't beat him cleanly... I think from now on Barrett should be built up as more of a badass that doesn't need to resort to using the tights for leverage.
Nice little segment with Legacy, and things like this really tease one of them just having enough of Orton's shit, as they're supposed to help him retain the title but he doesn't care less about guys who want to get them because they're in Legacy with Orton. If that is a route you're thinking of going down all I'd say would have improved this is maybe have them not looking so pleased about their leader not giving a fuck about them.
did enjoy Lawler just no-selling everything Miz had to say. The GM's decision for no contact makes good sense. I still think Michaels will SCM Miz though.
Kennedy made me giggle a bit with his piece before the match began. I'm really enjoying these two as champions; I wasn't sure about them winning the title at first but looking back it was a good move because it gives more depth if you do ever split them up and feud them. Solid win for Kennedy, and this along with McIntyre's win last week makes the two teams look very equal heading into Summerslam which makes the result that much more unpredictable, because at this point I can't tell which way is it going to go when these teams face each other.
Before I talk about Perkins... what the fuck happened to Jammy Fino?!?!? I want some answers!
I'm glad to see that you've been putting in a lot of effort into adding some more depth to the TJ Perkins character which I remember as being very cookie cutter when you first debuted him. There has been some real advancements due to his feud with Regal (Loved the promo last week), but I just think there is still something lacking in TJ's character. In terms of build and booking, he's been excellent and is a believable in terms of a threat to Regal's title. You're kind of hinting at something with him and Renee which is great because it gives him something added onto his character. It would be great if they did get together, only for Regal to screw with Renee in some way because then there's something to add a different side to TJ's character as well as building on the feud, which is quite textbook at the moment as in young and up and coming face wants to beat heel champion because it is his dream.
Surprised to see Punk turn up in the middle of this but it really worked well; complimenting what he said in the opening promo - that there's more to wrestling than the WWE. Great work using Punk to give a rub to TJ as well, and I liked Perkins' little line to end the promo.
The Real American Challenge is a good way to keep Swagger relevant after his feud with Punk. I knew Jim Duggan would come out last week, but I didn't call Tatanka at all.
I'm laughing to myself because of something to do with my BTB, PM me if you're that desperate to know why. No doubt Swagger was winning this match so nothing else to really say here.
Maryse vs Trish will be a sweet match; kudos for making that.
I'm torn about having Mysterio go over Rhodes, but I think that given Rey only just coming back next week it was the right move; glad that you put over how Rhodes is improving in the ring though. Rhodes needed a strong and competitive performance at the very least to make him look good. I do share sentiments that ever since Del Rio's introduction to the group that Rhodes and DiBiase's stock has fallen quite a bit. Some works definitely needs to be done to build them back up, and with the tag titles tied to MVP/Kennedy & The Monarchy for the time being, I'm not sure how you can achieve that at the moment, but this feud with Rey is a start. Even though the segment earlier between Batista and Rey pretty much gave away what was going to happen afterwards I don't mind. Is Del Rio's finisher the Cross Armbreaker?? I can't remember if it is because if so it makes no sense to target Batista's leg. Good segment to show Legacy following Orton's orders and make them, especially Del Rio, look strong; but to be honest I am concerned about Cody and Ted.
Not sure about pairing Tomko with Miz; it doesn't feel very natural and screams Christian rip off. Miz naturally heeling it up by putting his own show over is good. I like being reminded of the struggle that Miz has faced to become a WWE Superstar; his backstory makes you want to support him but because he's such an annoying turd you just can't like him. Although I did notice that Miz puts over his albeit brief history with Jericho, but he put down The Highlight Reel at the start of the promo? Doesn't quite fit in right as now I'm not sure whether Miz is sincere in his feeling towards Jericho. Great stuff from Michaels wanting to get straight down to business and making it clear for those who could sympathize with Miz why they shouldn't. I thought it was good that you had Michaels tell Miz he was a jackass when Miz was acting like a total jackass by trying to interrupt him. You really did a good job with this promo, especially playing off how Miz thinks so much of himself that he has the right to mention the Montreal Screwjob and use it against HBK like that. It is safe to say that Miz has gotten under Michaels' skin; shown by the fact that he went against Lawler's ruling and SCM'd both Miz and Tomko (Called it!) The Loser Leaves Town stipulation is good as it give it something else to set it aside from the other singles matches on the card, other than just being a grudge match or a title match.
I really enjoyed the main event, and I think Perkins can't have anything taken away from him after being pinned by the WWE Champion AFTER being poked in the eyes. The finish definitely gives the face team an out though so neither Punk or Perkins look at all weak despite losing. Regal cheating Perkins out of the win works with keeping him on top over Perkins to set up the potential for Perkins to finally get the win at Summerslam after overcoming all the odds. Although him not winning the match is fine due to Regal's actions, Orton getting Punk after the match is the only booking decision of the entire show that I don't agree with. I think that Punk was the undoubted star of this show and he should have ended it looking strong in my eyes. Although it does follow the basic booking formula of the heel champion getting the better of the face challenger during the build, ultimately leading to the face winning the title at the PPV, which works perfectly fine with Regal/TJ, I don't think you should have gone that route with Punk and Orton, and a GTS to Orton once the match was over would have been spot on. But that is just me and other might see it a different way.
In all mate I actually really enjoyed this show; there are some issues mainly regarding character development to do with Rhodes, DiBiase and Perkins, but in terms of the writing and booking of the show you did a very good job. You did well in advancing your feuds which is vital with a PPV coming up, so well done for that. Onto the next one!
Also remember how pissy you got when I got the 100th reply? You'll be happy to know I've bagged 200 as well <3 Cheers Terry.
01-31-2014, 06:55 AM
Join Date: Dec 2008
Re: C3K Presents: WWE - Pride & War
Thanks to TWG for the feedback. Appreciate it. Jammy Fino was a mistake, one of many, but my biggest one for sure, he's gone for good. Feel free to take him. Didn't get 100, didn't get 200, didn't even get the OP.
Anyway, I had written these shows out in full, but I lost a lot of due to a computer issue, and I couldn't bring myself to rewrite everything.
Feel free to predict on the PPV, I expect it will be posted sometime in the next two weeks. I'll post a preview next week.
The opening match consisted of Mickie James and Gail Kim defeating Katie Lea and Michelle McCool.
Then, Alberto Del Rio defeated a local talent in a two on one handicap match.
Kaval and Finlay fought for over ten minutes with Kaval picking up the victory.
Before the show began, we got an “Earlier Today” video where Jeff Hardy was walking into the arena, before being brutally attacked by his brother, Matt Hardy. Multiple chair shots were shown as Jeff lay, knocked out, on the solid concrete.
Team Jericho made their way down the ramp, and spoke about the bias that runs through SmackDown, calling people hypocrites – cheering what Edge did last week, when if it was any of them, they would be booed out the building. Team Teddy, led by Edge, would interrupt and enter the ring. They retorted by saying that maybe it’s not bias, maybe it’s just because they just aren’t good enough to have the success that they had/have.
Things started to get heated, but Brian Kendrick tried to calm things down, only to sock Daniel Bryan with a microphone. This transcended into a massive brawl, which ended with Edge and co standing tall, as Jericho and his team left to lick their wounds.
After the break, we’d get a tag team match where Evan Bourne and Kelly Kelly would defeat Dolph Ziggler and Layla, with a somewhat lucky roll up, revenge for a few weeks ago.
Backstage, John Cena was welcomed to the interview set, and talked about how he’s been stabbed in the back countless times, and that he’s sick of it. He also says that Lashley signed with the devil, and he challenged Lashley to meet him in the ring after his match. Leaving, he said that he’ll teach Lashley why you don’t cross John Cena.
Again, backstage, where Matt Hardy was walking, before being interrupted by Gregory Helms. The two former friends engaged in an argument, with Helms stating that what he did to Jeff was sick and disgusting. Matt told Helms to get out of his way, but Greg stood still, which prompted a shot to the jaw from the World Champion. A small brawl started, with Matt coming out on top, telling Greg to mind his own business.
Match time. Natalya and Nikki Bella faced off, with The Hart Dynasty/PTP at ringside. They would eventually get ejected for fighting, which left the two divas to face off. It looked like Natalya was about to wrap things up, until Brie Bella sprinted down the ramp. She hopped onto the apron, with feigning tears, Natalya walked over to her and asked what’s wrong, but then Brie’s face changed and she slapped Natalya! The Canadian stumbled around into a roll up. Second match, second roll up. Nikki joined her sister and they backed away, smiling, the crowd booing.
Backstage, John Bradshaw Layfield was interviewed and told Cena that he would be taught a lesson later tonight, when Bobby Lashley meets him in the ring.
Kane and Jamie Noble would face off again, but the result was much the same, Kane dominating and putting Noble away with a Choke Slam.
We’d then get the SummerSlam hype video.
John Cena was in action next, as he battled Mike Knox, who put up a good fight, but eventually fell to a fired up Cena.
Then, Lashley would make an appearance, walking onto the ramp then sprinting down to the ring. Lashley and Cena would trade blows until Lashley backed Cena into a corner and whipped him across the ring. He went for a corner clothesline but Cena side stepped and then yanked Bobby onto his shoulders, only for The Real Deal to slither off. Suddenly, JBL was in the ring and went for Clothesline from Hell, but Cena ducked as did Lashley who was pretty close. Cena then threw Lashley over the top, before clotheslining JBL over as well.
Backstage, Team Teddy were in Long’s office. They reassured Long that his job was safe, before leaving with Edge as the main event was close. AJ Lee stayed behind though, and asked Long what the Divas were meant to do on SmackDown, stating that she was signed to be a competitor, but their isn’t a belt to fight for. Long said that the title was exclusive to Raw, but he’ll talk to Jerry Lawler about possibly doing something about that. That was good enough for AJ who skipped away.
Again, backstage, Lashley was walking backstage, with JBL by his side, a camera man following him. Striker asked him to stop and answer a question, but Lashley wheeled around and grabbed him by the collar, forcing him into the wall. Lashley held him up, fuming, and JBL asked Matt if it was wise to come up to them right now. Matt pleaded that he was just doing his job, so Lashley – after a nod from JBL – hurled Striker off to the side and the two men walked away.
In the arena, Team Jericho, namely Chris Jericho made their/his entrance for the main event.
In the main event, it was utter chaos as Edge and Jericho fought to a no contest, as the referee threw the match out because of too much interference. The brawling continued after the match, with security having to rush down the ramp and separate the two teams from one another.
The World Heavyweight Champion came down to the ring. Matt Hardy cut a promo about how disrespectful it was for Jeff to choose a TLC match, knowing that he already lost at Backlash. He said he sent a message to Jeff earlier, and that he’d be surprised if Jeff even was fit to compete at SummerSlam.
Suddenly, a large pop came as Jeff Hardy’s music played, and the man himself stepped out, stitches in his forehead but he looked relatively fit. He sprinted down the ramp and attacked his brother, eventually Matt slithering out from underneath him and exiting the ring and backing up the ramp. But, Helms would get involved, grabbing Matt from behind and sliding him into the ring to where Hardy was waiting and hit the Twist of Fate!
He put an exclamation point on things by hitting a Swanton to end the show.
Kicking off the show with a different approach, we head straight backstage, where Renee Young is standing, alongside TJ Perkins. He gets a solid pop from the crowd and speaks about the upcoming IC Title match at SummerSlam, before being interrupted by Wade Barrett! Barrett starts to get under the skin of Perkins, eventually resulting in TJ about to swing at him, but then Wade pulls Young in front of him, which stops TJ. Perkins restrains himself – and Barrett smiles before letting go of Young and backing away.
In the ring, Jack Swagger is standing with a microphone. He states that tonight the Real American challenge continues, so he challenges any one to come out and face him. Then, SGT. Slaughter makes a grand entrance – receiving a good pop!
The match begins, and Slaughter gets some solid offense in before falling to the younger, more ferocious man, as Swagger wrapped things up with The Patriot Lock.
Swagger again got on the microphone, and announced that the challenge will continue, this Sunday at SummerSlam, and he challenged any WWE Legend that believes he’s what a true American should be to come and face him.
Backstage, Montel Vontavious Porter and Mr. Kennedy are talking about last week, with Porter asking what was with the jibes. Kennedy brushes it off and tells Porter that they need to get ready for their match later tonight.
In the second match of the night, the Women’s Champion, Maryse would successfully compete against Michelle McCool, defeating her with The French TKO.
After the match, Trish Stratus made an appearance, coming down to the ring and getting in the face of the champ. The two exchange in some heated words before Maryse slaps Trish right in the mouth, but Trish comes right back with a slap of her own. The force made Maryse fall to the ground and she leaves the ring, grabbing her belt as she does.
The usual SummerSlam video is shown.
Then, the Legacy locker room is shown, with Randy Orton preparing for his verbal encounter with Punk later tonight, and DiBiase preparing for his match against Rey Mysterio.
MVP and Mr. Kennedy made their entrances.
The World Tag Team Champions faced off against Charlie Haas and Chris Masters, defeating them soundly as Drew McIntyre and Nigel McGuiness watched on from the commentary table. After the match, McGuiness and McIntyre stood up and attacked Porter and Kennedy, brutally beating them down and then holding their titles up high.
Backstage, Shawn Michaels was shown walking through the halls.
Shawn Michaels faced off against the rarely seen Sim Snuka and defeated him easily. But, after the match, The Miz appeared on the titan tron, and cut a promo about how he was going to end the legacy of Shawn Michaels at SummerSlam. Then as The Miz continued to talk, Tyson Tomko entered the ring through the crowd, and when Michaels turned around he was flattened by a big boot. Then, Tomko pulled him up and planted him with a power bomb.
In the doctors office, Batista was getting a check up on his leg, with Mysterio beside him. Mysterio asks if he’ll be alright, and the doctor said he will, which allowed Mysterio to leave for his match.
Mysterio and Ted DiBiase fought to a no contest, as Mysterio was attacked by Cody Rhodes and Alberto Del Rio.
They beat him down, but just like last week, Batista came down to the ring, this time with a led pipe, evening the odds as he scattered Legacy.
Backstage, Batista and Rey Mysterio burst into Jerry Lawler’s office and demanded a match with the three of them. Lawler suggested that a handicap match would be the only way, and Batista and Rey accepted, so the match was set up for SummerSlam.
The main event came, with TJ Perkins defeating Wade Barrett in a very good match. But, after the match, Perkins was attacked by William Regal, who hit him with the Intercontinental Title belt. Wade then held Perkins in place as Regal held the title up to his face and screamed at him that he won’t win on Sunday.
CM Punk and Randy Orton made their respective entrances and engaged in a back and forth promo about the WWE Championship and who would win at SummerSlam. Punk maintained that he was the better wrestler, but then Orton took it to personal levels as he began to talk about Punk’s family, his addicted family and called Punk a fraud. This led Punk on to a tirade, with Punk verbally beating down Orton, spitting out venom as he talked about his life and the fact that he would lose the WWE Championship. The show went off the air with Punk and Orton, forehead to forehead.
End of Show
In the opening contest of the night, Beth Phoenix defeated Mickie James after five minutes of action.
Then, Carlito and Primo defeated a local team, who cut a promo attempting to get heat from the crowd.
Finally, David Hart Smith competed against Kenny King, with King picking up the victory after help from Shelton Benjamin.
Before the opening video, Theodore Long appeared on the screen and welcomed everybody to Friday Night SmackDown with a forced smile.
Then, after the opening video, two ladders were set up in the ring, and Jeff Hardy made his entrance. He grabbed a microphone and then climbed to the top of one of them. He asked Matt to come out and face him on the top of the ladders. Matt did come out, and the two brothers engaged in a back and forth over who was the better man, especially in Ladder matches where Matt claimed to have revolutionised the match. Eventually, the promo would end with both men laying claim to being the top TLC match performer, and Matt held up the World Title as Jeff looked on.
After the break, Kofi Kingston and Chris Jericho faced off, with Jericho picking up the victory after a very long match which done enough to show how talented Kofi Kingston is.
Backstage, Nikki Bella and Brie Bella were walking through the halls.
Nikki Bella was at ringside as Brie Bella competed with Natalya, with Brie picking up a dirty win by rolling her up and using the tights.
We then get a SummerSlam video.
Backstage, Nikki and Brie were congratulated by Kenny King and Shelton Benjamin, it appearing that Brie and King were now a thing.
Kane and Gregory Helms were up next, and after a solid seven minutes of action, The Big Red Monster won again, continuing his recent hot streak.
After the match, Kane exited the ring, and grabbed hold of Paul Heyman, saying that he needs a sacrifice, but Heyman pleaded and begged, telling Kane that Ross would be a better choice. Kane let go and pulled Jim Ross into the ring, but just as he was about to Choke Slam him, CHRISTIAN made his return, sprinting down the ramp and battling against Kane. Eventually knocking him out of the ring and following, before smashing him with a Kendo Stick over and over.
Backstage, Christian had a very intense interview, where he announced that he and Kane, per orders of Long, would compete in an Extreme Rules match at SummerSlam.
John Bradshaw Layfield and Bobby Lashley hit the ring and, and JBL cut a promo about how Lashley would destroy Cena, but they were interrupted by the man himself. Cena kept it short, telling Lashley that he’s in way over his head, before sprinting down the ramp and attempting to get into a fight, but both Layfield and Lashley slid out of the ring, Lashley following orders.
Backstage, Edge had a brief interview about the upcoming four on four match at SummerSlam.
The Brian Kendrick and Ezekiel Jackson faced off against Daniel Bryan and Kaval. With, the latter picking up the victory, with a little help from Edge, who helped stop R-Truth from interfering.
Backstage, Evan Bourne was interviewed by Matt Striker, only to be interrupted by Dolph Ziggler, as Ziggler berated Bourne and told him that he would not be leaving as WWE Cruiserweight Champion.
In the main event, Matt Hardy defeated John Morrison after a good ten minute match with Jeff Hardy on commentary.
After the match, Matt left the ring and went face to face with his brother, holding up the title again, but Jeff pushed him away, resulting in a brawl. Eventually, Jeff got the better and planted Matt with the Twist of Fate, before heading to the top of a Ladder, hitting a Swanton for the second time in a row.
End of Show
Date: 30th August 2009
Location: Aloha Stadium; Hawaii
Randy Orton © vs. CM Punk
World Heavyweight Championship
Tables, Ladders & Chairs II
Matt Hardy © vs. Jeff Hardy
Loser Leaves Town
Shawn Michaels vs. The Miz
One on One:
Bobby Lashley w/John Bradshaw Layfield vs. John Cena
Christian vs. Kane
Three on Two Handicap Match:
Batista & Rey Mysterio vs. Legacy; Alberto Del Rio, Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase
Four on Four; Teddy Long’s Job in Peril
Team Teddy; Edge, Kofi Kingston, Daniel Bryan & Kaval w/AJ Lee & Theodore Long vs. Team Jericho; Chris Jericho, R-Truth, The Brian Kendrick & Ezekiel Jackson
William Regal © vs. TJ Perkins
WWE Tag Team Championships
The Hart Dynasty; David Hart Smith & Tyson Kidd © vs. The Prime Time Playas; Kenny King & Shelton Benjamin
World Tag Team Championships
Mr. Kennedy & MVP © vs. The Monarchy; Drew McIntyre & Nigel McGuiness
Dolph Ziggler © w/Layla vs. Evan Bourne w/Kelly Kelly
Undisputed Women’s Championship
Maryse © vs. Trish Stratus
05-18-2014, 02:03 PM
Join Date: Dec 2008
Re: C3K Presents: WWE - Pride & War
WWE Tag Team Championship
The Hart Dynasty; David Hart Smith & Tyson Kidd def. The Prime Time Playas; Kenny King & Shelton Benjamin @ 9.13
Christian def. Kane @ 12.56
World Tag Team Championship:
The Monarchy; Drew McIntyre & Nigel McGuiness def. MVP & Kennedy @ 8.06 after a miscommunication between MVP and Kennedy
Handicap Match 3 on 2:
The Legacy; Alberto Del Rio, Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase def. Batista & Rey Mysterio @ 10.37 via Cross Rhodes to Mysterio.
*After the match Batista returned to the ring and chased off Legacy with a Steel Chair after they attempted to continue assaulting Rey after the match.
WWE Cruiserweight Championship:
Evan Bourne w/Kelly Kelly def. Dolph Ziggler w/Layla @ 13.56 after the match of the night (so far) ended with Bourne connecting with a Shooting Star Press.
Loser Leaves Town:
The Miz def. Shawn Michaels with Skull Crushing Finale on a chair after Tyson Tomko interfered whilst the referee was knocked out @ 16.03.
*Shawn Michaels must leave Monday Night Raw – After the match he thanks the crowd for their support over the years and states it won’t be the last time he’s wrestling in a WWE ring.
WWE Intercontinental Championship:
William Regal def. TJ Perkins @ 10.47 after Wade Barrett appeared on the titan tron – threatening to throw Renee Young from the top of a production truck and William Regal took advantage by locking in the Regal Stretch.
Four on Four; Theodore Long's Job At Stake
Team Edge; Edge, Kofi Kingston, Daniel Bryan & Kaval w/AJ Lee def. Team Jericho; Chris Jericho, R-Truth, The Brian Kendrick & Ezekiel Jackson @ 9.29 when The Brian Kendrick pinned Edge after The Rated R Superstar took finishers from each of his opponents whilst his team were incapacitated at ringside.
*Theodore Long looked dejected at ringside whilst Jericho’s team stood tall after the bell.
WWE Woman’s Championship:
Maryse vs. Trish Stratus ended in a No Contest @ 3.07 when Beth Phoenix interfered and laid out both Divas.
*Beth continued the assault, but putting a lot more emphasis on Trish, brutally attacking her.
One on One:
Bobby Lashley def. John Cena @ 14.53 after Lashley hit three Dominators to keep the popular star down.
Jack Swagger’s Real American Challenge:
*Accepted by Hawaii native – Ricky Steamboat
Jack Swagger def. Ricky Steamboat @ 4.23
*Jack Swagger tried to continue the assault of Ricky Steamboat, but *REAL AMERICAN* played, earning a massive pop and HULK HOGAN made the save. He sent Swagger on his way and posed in the ring with Steamboat, rejuvenating the crowd.
World Heavyweight Championship – Tables, Ladders & Chairs:
Matt Hardy def. Jeff Hardy after placing his brother on a table outside the ring and climbing a ladder inside the ring – hitting a leg drop from a massive height. As the medical team checked on Jeff, Matt struggled but managed to bring down his World Title @ 24.21
*After the brutal contest, the medical staff tried to help Jeff but in a fit of rage he pushed them away, one of them stumbling backwards into the steel steps. A moment of compassion crossed his face, but then he staggered around the ring and up the ramp, receiving a standing ovation from the crowd but not really noticing.
CM Punk def. Randy Orton @ 19.36 after countering the second RKO into the GTS.
End of Show.
Decided to give this another shot. Apologies for the condensed results.
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