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"the highest point of development or achievement"


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Kurt Angle returned and won the Royal Rumble
NXT, Slam, Main Event and Superstars are put on hold until further notice(OOC)
Booker T went back to announcing
Some superstars were brought back to FCW
Others are unassigned but not shown due to contract negotiation
Others were ultimately laid off
As far as Dolph's MITB, it was successfully cashed in at TLC, then it was lost at the Royal Rumble
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Backstory(Half-OOC): Starting at the Royal Rumble, Kurt Angle made an enormous return after WWE broke the bank for Angle. The Rock faced CM Punk and won the WWE Championship. Punk wasted his rematch clause the week after. Chris Jericho came back and won the World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber. John Cena won the WWE Championship Elimination Chamber. The main event of Wrestlemania, was

The Rock© vs John Cena vs Kurt Angle
Chris Jericho vs Undertaker© vs Brock Lesnar vs The Miz

Undertaker lost his championship in a legitimate injury at Wrestleamnia. KENTA, Zema Ion, Gangrel, Lesnar, Kharma, Styles, Carlito, Haas, David Hart Smith, Hardy Boyz, Motor City Machine Gunz, The Beautiful People, Shelton, London, MVP have debuted during the duration of October to April as part of a "Roster Reunion/Boom" This period of a boost in the Roster will include atleast 15 more contract signings.


ROSTER


World Heavyweight Championship: Vacated
United States Championship: AJ Styles
Unified Tag Team Championship: Hardy Boyz
Cruiserweight Championship: Sin Cara

AJ Styles
Big Show
Brian Kendrick
Brock Lesnar
Carlito
Charlie Haas
Chris Jericho
Curt Hawkins
Damien Sandow
Daniel Bryan
Darren Young
David Hart Smith
Jack Swagger
Jeff Hardy
Justin Gabriel
Kurt Angle
Matt Hardy
Paul London
Rey Mysterio
Ryback
Shelton Benjamin
Sin Cara
The Miz
Titus O'Neal
Zema Ion

Tag Teams and Stables
Hardy Boyz (Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy)
Prime Time Players (Titus O'Neal and Darren Young)
World's Greatest Tag Team (Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas)

General Manager: Theodore Long
Announcing Team: Booker T, Josh Matthews and ???




WWE Champion : John Cena
Intercontinental Champion : KENTA
Unified Tag Team Championship : Hardy Boyz
Divas Champion : Kharma

Alberto Del Rio
Alex Shelley
Angelina Love
Beth Phoenix
Chris Sabin
CM Punk
Dolph Ziggler
Gangrel
Jey Uso
Jimmy Uso
John Cena
Kaitlyn
Kane
KENTA
Kevin Thorn
Kharma
Mark Henry
Masked Man
Masked Woman
Mr. Kennedy
MVP
Primo
Randy Orton
Velvet Sky
Wade Barret

Tag Teams and Stables
Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin)
Evolution Youth (MVP and Dolph Ziggler)
The Usos (Jimmy Usos and Jey Usos)
The Brood 3.0 (Gangrel and Kevin Thorn)

General Manager: AJ Lee
Announcing Team: Jerry Lawler, Micheal Cole and ???


Unassigned
Christian (injured)
The Rock (injured)
Undertaker (injured)
Super Crazy (yet to debut)
Dean Amberose(yet to debut)
Ricochet (yet to debut)
Tommy Dreamer (yet to debut)
Chris Hero (yet to debut)
The Great Khali (taking time off)
Britani Knight (yet to debut to main roster)
Crimson (taking time off)
Drew McIntyre (bouncing on FCW and Main Roster)
Yoshi Tatsu (bouncing on FCW and Main Roster)

PPV Schedule(dates not yet announced for some)
January – Royal Rumble
February – Elimination Chamber
March – Wrestlemania
April 29th – Extreme Rules
May – Unforgiven
June – Money In The Bank
July – The Great American Bash
August – Summerslam
September – Night Of Champions
October – Hell In A Cell
November – Survivor Series
December – Tables, Ladders and Chairs

March – The Draft
May – King Of The Ring
September – Slammy Awards
December – Tribute To The Troops

Other Non Annualy Scheduled Evnts
July - Raw Roulette/Sin City Smackdown
Aug - Commercial Free
Nov - Old School

Current PPV


WWE Championship|Extreme Rules Match
©John Cena vs CM Punk



OOC; Hence how unrealistic this is, I will still continue with this and try my hardest to build a backstory on why each superstar joined or rejoined
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The WWE Intro rolls through first. THEN|NOW|FOREVER Then the RAW Intro shows with all the Raw Superstars in it featuring CM Punk to Motor City Machine Guns to Alberto Del Rio to John Cena. The scene fades to a neatly lit arena full of fans. A capacity crowd gives a loud reaction to the usual opening pyrotechnics then the announcers Jerry “The King” Lawler and Micheal Cole announce that with the 3 hour episode, not only will there be action packed matches mixed in with memorable segments there will also be another commentator giving top notch commentary to each match. Jerry tells Micheal Cole, sarcastically, that it is his biggest fan. As Micheal Cole, stands up and starts clapping hoping its “I Came To Play” about to blast on the PA system it is actually “Boomer Sooner”. Everyone cheers as Micheal Cole slows his clapping to a stop and Jerry Lawler springs up and starts to clap. Micheal Cole then nods his head and slumps back into his chair, both humiliated and appalled.

“Good Ol” J.R. appears walking down the ramp and around the ring, tipping his hat occasionally, and shakes hands with “The King”. He extends his hand to Micheal Cole who doesn't react to him .Jim Ross shrugs and sits beside Jerry Lawler. He greets them both, talks about Wrestlemania and discusses with Jerry Lawler that he is excited to start off Raw, respectively. Cole then blurts out the fact that he is always stuck with a commentator that he hates. Jerry Lawler tells him to shut up in a humorous tone and in the midst of all this comical reunion, CM Punk theme song hits the speakers and the crowd erupts into a wave of pop. “The Best In The World” appears on stage and soaks up his pop. He is wearing his T-Shirt and is currently holding a microphone. He is standing on stage looking out at the crowd in a sardonic fashion then gets down on one knee and looks at his wrist before springing up and taunting while walking down the ramp and talking down the near ringside crowd. He goes up to one crowd member and shouts in his face “I'm the best in the world... not you so show some respect!”

He slides in the ring and looks around at the crowd who are still fiery hot with the reaction to CM Punk and his attitude. As his theme song fades, the pop becomes increasingly louder. He begins to state how at Wrestlemania not only did John Cena defeat The Rock and Kurt Angle but he also won the WWE Championship after The Rock defeated himself at the Royal Rumble. But after the Royal Rumble was finished and returning Kurt Angle stole another victory, he was determined to get his title back the second he lost it. He emphasizes how he was cheated out of a Wrestlemania match and how General Manager AJ Lee is doing a horrible job on purpose. He then calls John Cena the luckiest man alive because he has been successful in ducking out of every challenge he sent him successfully. He then would go on to say how he already knows what would happen if he stood in the ring and refused to leave so not only that he will not try that old scheme, he assures the crowd that he will make Cena's life a living hell. He assures the crowd that every three hour episode of WWE RAW would always include a segment of CM Punk (third person) either beating the crap out of Cena or screwing his matches over. The crowd boos immensely at his alleged plans. He then goes to say that he knows that Cena is listening and he tells his reason why he does this. CM Punk waits a second to absorb the pop before stating that every second he listens to Cena's music play and this crappy crowd go nuts for a phony like Cena and the fact that his belt is on John's waist is a living hell. He would then rant for a few more lines using adjectives such as vile, and inhumane to describe the crowd. Punk then would begin to say that Cena is full of-

“My Time Is Now” hits the speakers and the crowd goes nuts as CM Punk grins to himself watching what he just describe happen as example. John Cena then bursts out of from behind the stage and comments to the camera man that he saved the crowd from 15 more minutes of torture. Cena salutes to the crowd who welcomes him in with a massive pop. He runs down the ramp and slides into the ring. He is also wearing his casual clothes: his T-Shirt, arm bands and his cap, which he promptly throws to the crowd. Cena first calls him a self-contradiction. Cena accuses Punk of whines too much. Cena then tells CM Punk that his reign is over and he needs to accept that even the (with the use of his fingers to gesture quotes) “best in the world” would lose and this was his time. He then switches the conversation over to compliment this wonderful crowd for cheap pop. CM Punk calls him out on his recent cowardly actions, from ducking out of matches from not only him but the entire WWE backstage. He assumes that either he is scared or very anti-social. He then asks the WWE universe “Since when is Cena ever anti-social?” He gives examples such as Facebook, Tout and being in every major non-wrestling event that he can get to in time. Cena then asks Punk why is he worthy to even be considered to be in a match with himself for the WWE Championship without one, any momentum on his side, two, no Wrestlemania match and three, no number one contendership match won. CM Punk, once more, states that he was cheated out of Wrestlemania and cheated out of his championship. Cena just laughs, tells Punk “maybe next time” and proceeds to walk out of the ring before CM Punk grabs his wrists and turns him around. The crowd cheers loud as Cena stares down Punk for touching him. Punk and Cena stare at each other before Cena unhooks his belt and raise it high. Cena asks him if he wants this championship he will have to earn it. If he wants this championship so bad, he has one shot to prove himself. Tonight, in the ring, Cena agrees to face Punk. If Punk wins there will be a contract signing for Extreme Rules. Cena begins to exit the ring again and walks down the ramp. He stops midway and says if Punk touches him again then he won't be able to make it to the main event, let alone Extreme Rules. Punk smiles smug and lets his little comment slide.

Commercial Break; Video Package of Wrestlemania

The scene fades into Jimmy Uso warming up to his theme while his partner Jey Uso is giving him advice. The arena then goes dark with flashing shades of a dark reddish color. The commentators give background information on Gangrel. Gangrel's entrance music plays and the crowd gives less heat for Gangrel than expected. They say that Gangrel was a part of the Ministry and that he teamed up with people like Edge and Christian and the Hardyz. Jim Ross says that he has one of the most interesting and ritual like entrances but doesn't give it away. Gangrel appears rising out of a ring of fire. He stands there and laughs while he holds a jug in his hand. Jerry Lawler comments how scary he looks. Gangrel walks out of the ring of fire unharmed. He walks down the ramp looking at the crowd he probably once wrestled in front of. Micheal Cole suggests how evil this man is and how much potential this guy has. Jerry Lawler says that this is a fair match just as long as Jey doesn't have any plans. Gangrel looks at a cameraman and literally yells incoherently to the viewers to get out of his face with gestures aside from his somewhat eerie reprimanding. Gangrel walks up the ramp, turns to face the crowd and drinks the liquid before spitting it out. Jerry Lawler literally shrieked at that and Ross stays silent. Gangrel grabs a microphone and introduces himself once again to the crowd. The crowd gives little reaction. Gangrel then says that he is here to dominate, he explains that he is only eligible to win five out of the seven championships: the WWE Championship, the World Heavyweight Championship, Intercontinental Championship, United States Championship and the Tag Team Championship. The crowd cheers appropriately for each title said. He vows that he will try to win every single championship. Jimmy Uso yawns and tells the ref to start the match, the ref talks to both of them then starts the match.

Match #1|Non-Title
Gangrel vs Jimmy Uso
Singles Match


RECAP: This match was basically a standard match between evenly skilled people. Meanwhile Gangrel focused more on grappling, he was moderately blocked by Uso's strikes. Gangrel grabbed what was going to be a kick to the head and turned it into a boston crab. The Uso screams in pain as the referee constantly asks him if he wants to give. The more he refuses the louder the crowd appears. The louder the crowd is the more momentum both the Usos and Gangrel have. The more momentum the crowd gives the more Gangrel arches his legs to give more pain. Its a chain reaction. Finally though, he breaks out of the hold by turning this eeire behemoth over. He tries to get momentum by thrust kicking Gangrel on his chin which causes him to stumble back. He rushes to the ropes and bounces off them and dropkicks Gangrel out of the ring. The referee starts to count as the crowd cheers and Jey cheers in approval for his brother. Gangrel is dazed on the floor and Jimmy looks at the crowd and gets pumped up. The adrenaline is pumping in his body, he runs to Gangrel, jumps on the ropes and dives off the ring! But no! He misses and eats the concrete floor as the program fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

8! The referee yells. Gangrel stumbles to his feet and slides into the ring. He then collapses on a corner and breathes heavily leaning on the corner watching Jimmy Uso follow him back in the ring. Jimmy rushes to the cornered Gangrel and connects a clothesline. Gangrel falls to the floor and Jimmy pins him. 1...2... kick-out! The crowd goes aww as Jey is pissed off that his brother has not won yet. The enraged Uso picks up Gangrel but is surprisingly locked into a Impaler DDT but he breaks out and Gangrel goes for a punch and Jimmy sweep kicks him down. He goes to the top rope and dives off connecting the Superfly Splash! He pins Gangrel successfully!

Winner: Jimmy Uso

As soon as Uso wins their entrance music was actually not played. On opposite “Motor City” plays on the PA system and a team of Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin appear on the ramp. Shelley is clapping while Sabin is holding two microphones. Gangrel is rolling out of the ring, The Usos are confused in the ring and the crowd is cheering for both teams. Sabin gives Alex a microphone and the music fades down. Off camera, The Usos also have a microphone. Sabin begins to congratulate Jimmy based on his battle. Shelly adds that Gangrel wasn't probably much of a fight anyway. Sabin then says that guys like them deserve to have a challenge and that is where they come in. Alex personally like the Usos and asks the Usos for a match next week. The Usos look at each other and think about it. They nod to each other and say “We accept the match!” in unison. The crowd cheers loud as the scene changes to a video package.

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The background happens to be a empty ring with only one light shining down the middle, flickering.

They said that I would never make it.

A shady figure appears in the ring, voice obviously edited to sound different. The scene pans slowly to the left.

Upset victory? I think not.

A world heavyweight championship is shot close-up on.

For the people who remember me would say that I was second-rate to him. I got less publicity. Well, he's gone now and I'm the leader.

The shady figure is seen picking up the world heavyweight championship.

To be a leader you must lead by example.

He poses with the championship.

April 16th. Reality check for the WWE Universe. I didn't come alone.

The figure is seen turning his head to the championship.
Commercial Break

The scene fades to Beth Phoenix.

The commentators talk about the video package a bit before changing the subject over to the divas. Ross talks about how each diva is powerful in their own way. Cole talks about how Phoenix is one of the most powerful divas today. Lawler just leans on the desk and constantly compliments them. Kaitlyn's theme song hits and Kaitlyn looks a bit nervous diving into this. She walks down the ramp slowly before sliding into the ring.

Match #2|Non-Title
Kaitlyn vs Beth Phoenix
Singles Match


RECAP: This was a short match. Beth dominated this match. A high point of this match would have to be Kaitlyn jumping off and the Glamazon catching her in mid-air, getting her in military press position and throwing her out of the ring towards the announcing table. Phoenix would then exit the ring and stomps on her lifeless body. The referee is counting and Kaitlyn is thrown into the ring and Phoenix follows behind her. She pins Kaitlyn but she kicks out. “Wow” is heard off the speakers. “Is this supposed to be the top-notch diva action that everyone was boasting about?” Is also heard off the speakers. The titantron changes to see Angelina Love sitting down, grinning at the two divas. She explains how the diva division went from RAW only with one championship to both Smackdown and RAW with two championships to both brands still with one championship and then RAW only with one championship. She blames Phoenix who totally forgot Kaitlyn who is getting up. She then insults Phoenix based on her power with no brains and her lack of skill. She then says that she will give an example. Once said, Kaitlyn flats Phoenix out with an inverted DDT. Kaitlyn pins Phoenix as Angelina counts along with the ref as the titration fades back to its original camera.

Winner: Kaitlyn

Kaitlyn rushes out of the ring, not wanting to deal with the aftermath but Beth grabs her foot just in time and holds her so she would not escape. She then ends up tripping Kaitlyn so they both would get up at the same time. As scared as Kaitlyn is, she decides to accept fate and stay in the ring. Beth then extends her hand for Kaitlyn to shake. Kaitlyn then laughs at her self-cowardliness and shakes her hand. In the middle of sighing in relief, Beth gets her in chickenwing position and lifts her in the air reverse. Kaitlin screams and nods fanatically. Beth slams her face into the mat, performing a Glam Slam before soaking up the pop and leaving the ring.

Commercial Break

The scene fades back to Matt Striker. He introduces himself and his interviewee : The Viper, Randy Orton. The crowd cheers for Orton. Striker asks Orton about his match against “The World's Strongest Man” Mark Henry. Orton starts off by saying that everyone is vulnerable and “The World's Strongest Man” is a plaque on the wall for Henry. He says how he's RKO'ed so many people in so many ways that Henry isn't a challenge. He then says that even with the menacing stature of Henry, ironically, with the right game plan, he is not a threat to anyone. From the cruiserweights to even the divas, anyone can beat Henry. The crowd pops after he is done. Striker then asks if he is chasing after any champion. Orton just looks at him and begins to walk away. As he is walking, he bumps into Ricardo Rodriguez who bumps into Del Rio. Del Rio turns around and smiles at Orton. The Viper apologizes and walks around them. Ricardo asks Del Rio if he is going to get even with Randy Orton in Spanish and the camera fades.

The scene fades to the crowd. BOOM! Kane's entrance music hits and the pyrotechnics explode in a fire-like motion. Kane walks out with his mask and vile stature. Jerry Lawler comments on how Kane has been on a roll lately and about the hottest Asian prospect KENTA, how this team could be unusually effective. Kane enters the ring and stares at the crowd through his red lighting. He raises his hands then throws them down to motion his in-ring pyrotechnics. “Hard In The Paint” by Waka Flocka Flame plays on the PA System and the camera stays focused on the stage. We wait for the beat to actually kick in and KENTA does not appear on the stag-Oh wait! One camera spots him walking through the crowd. Ross acknowledges this before the camera cuts. KENTA jumps over the crowd barrier and slides into the ring. He gets a longer pop than Kane. Barrett’s theme hits the speakers and both The Bare Knuckle Fighter, Wade Barrett and The Head Asshole In Charge, Mr. Kennedy walk fast down the ramp and charge into the ring. Mr. Kennedy gives his world-known self-given entrance.

Match #3|Non-Title
Kane and KENTA vs Mr. Kennedy and Wade Barret
Tag Team Match


RECAP: The match was between 2 evenly matched teams. Current Intercontinental Champion, KENTA and Kennedy are currently in the ring. Mr. Kennedy is getting his challenge as KENTA is leaving few, if any spots for Kennedy to come back. Mr. Kennedy gets hit with a hard double underhook suplex in the center of the ring. He then tags in Kane, who doesn't waste time and climbs to the top of the turnbuckle and waits for Kenned to get up. He does and Kane jumps of the ropes but wait! Kennedy dives out of his way and rolls over to Barrett and tags him in. Barrett rushes in and clotheslines Kane. Kane gets up and Barrett clotheslines him again. Barrett motions for Kane to get up and when he does, he lifts Kane up in powerbomb position. Kane can't believe Barrett's strength and to add insult to injury, Barrett stands there lifting Kane for a few more moments before getting cut by the back of the knee by KENTA. Kennedy gets in and gets hit with a cutter. KENTA then goes to the outside ropes while Barrett tries to recover. The referee tries not to start counting until Kennedy shows signs of life. KENTA taunts for the crowd to get on their feet. Kane is on one knee brawling with Barrett, while Kennedy runs over to them. KENTA jumps off the ropes and dropkicks Kennedy on the back of his head causing him to roll out of the ring and hold the back of his head in pain. KENTA, then gets on the top rope and dives out of the ring and hits another missile dropkick on the back of Ken Kennedy.

Barrett gets to his feet and goes to the top rope. He looks at the crowd, then the announcers then KENTA and Mr. Kennedy before jumping off the ropes and getting caught in by Kane! Kane has his evil fingers gripped around the neck of Barrett but Barrett kicks out and lifts Kane for a Wasteland, but Kane elbows out and connects with a throat thrust. KENTA gets back to his spot and motions Kane to tag him. Kane walks slowly and tags in his partner. KENTA enters the ring and walks almost sinister to Barrett. He locks him in an GAME OVER! Barrett yells in pain! Kennedy slides slowly into the ring and tries to break it up but Kane already knew something like that would happen so he steps in and grabs Kennedy by the throat. He hits a devastating chokeslam! Barrett taps out to GAME OVER.


Winner: Kane and KENTA

The music hits and they celebrate as it fades to commercial.
Commercial Break

KENTA is walking down a hallway with equipment. The commentary members compliment the match that previously took place. KENTA bumps into Ken Kennedy who spills his coffee on The World's Strongest Man, Mark Henry. Henry grabs Kennedy literally by his face and smashes it into KENTA's head. Henry then challenges them both to a handicap match before rubbing some of the coffee off his attire and walking away.

The commentators start talking about how WWE Champion, John Cena and CM Punk will compete in a match tonight. Ross states that the GM has been awfully quiet but the reason is because she is not in the arena. She will be here next week to talk about the Diva's, Tag Team Division and much more! Micheal Cole talks about how the GM confirmed that Henry will face KENTA and Ken Kennedy in a No Disqualification Handicap match. Lawler says that a part of RAWactive, next week the WWE Universe will choose what match will happen next week for the Divas. A graphic shows

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“Voices” hits the PA system and the crowd goes crazy as “The Viper” appears on the stage, looks around at the crowd and smirks before slowly walking down the ramp. Cole talks about how Randy Orton bumped into Ricardo who bumped into Del Rio. Ross talks about how he just smiled. The Viper slithers into the ring. He waits for Henry to appear. Henry's music hits and the crowd has a massive pop. Ross talks about how Henry litterally smashed KENTA and Kennedy's skulls into each other just a while ago. The music is playing but no one is coming out, and Lawler confirms that. Orton watches the ramp an music stops. The crowd goes on fire but OH! Smack! Mark Henry hits Orton with a chair from the back before the match starts! He continuously hits Orton with the chair. As it fades to commercial, Henry taunts and hits him with the chair again.

Commercial Break

The chaos appears to be over as the match has started.

Match #4|Non-Title
Mark Henry vs Randy Orton
Singles Match


RECAP: This was a one sided match but Orton is making a comeback during the match. A high point would be when Orton was dazed in the corner after being thrown and Henry rushes for a body avalanche and misses then gets hit with a massive RKO! Orton pins him. 1! 2! 3-No! 2.999999! Orton can't believe his eyes! He looks at the ref who backs away. Orton then pulls the behemoth to the center of the ring and executes the Garvin Stomp. He then goes to the second rope nearest to “The World's Strongest Man” and dives off for a falling splash pin! But Henry catches Orton horizontally and Orton eyes widen! The crowd goes wild! Henry gets up with Orton in “The World's Strongest Slam” position but Orton, being the Viper he is, slithers out of the hold with squirms and strikes. Orton recovers and hits Henry with a European Uppercut! He connects another uppercut and ends with a dropkick which has no effect. Orton runs on the ropes and bounces back, and attempts a Lou Thesz Press but Henry headbutts the wind out of Orton who rolls out of the ring and leans on the crowd barrier. Henry tries to leave but the ref is stopping him and now Mark and the referee is having an argument. Orton then sneaks around the ring and slides in. Orton turns Henry around and punches him dead center in the face which sort of blinds him then throws him to the ropes. Orton then hits the snap scoop slam! Orton then swings his arms wildly and hits the ref by accident! He doesn't know and taunts for the RKO again. He stalks “The World's Strongest Man” who seems to get up slowly. RK-NO! No! Alberto Del Rio and Ricardo Rodriguez rushes into the ring and attempted to hit Orton with a chair but Henry gets it! Randy Orton RKO's Rodriguez and Alberto exits the ring then pulls Ricardo out of the ring! The referee is getting up and Henry is getting up, The Viper connects another RKO and pins Henry successfully!

Winner: Randy Orton

Orton kicks Henry out of the ring and watches him, Del Rio and the beaten down Ricardo Rodriguez as the scene fades to commercial.

Commercial Break


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Commercial for Smackdown

Scene of Chris Jericho hitting the codebreaker on Brock Lesnar in slow motion

“The Best In The World”

Scene of Brock Lesnar hitting the F-5 on Kurt Angle in slow motion

“The Beast”

Scene of Kurt Angle locking the Ankle Lock on Chris Jericho in slow motion

“The Olympian”

Scene of the World Heavyweight Championship

“A vacated World Heavyweight Championship”

Friday Night Smackdown


You see John Cena in the ring, his theme song half-way playing before fading away. Cena grabs a microphone and begins to speak about how the moment really caught up with him this time. Honestly, he claims that he did not want it to go that far but he will commit to his word. He then ends it by saying that Punk will not be taking this championship with all of his blind fury. Strategically, Punk will not be defeating Cena, as so he says, not only because of that but because CM Punk has the wrong intentions to win this. He wants to win this to feel like a man, Cena says, which makes an impressive pop. Cena then says he will end it there so the match will start. -Static- “Cult Of Personality” plays on the speakers and “The Best In The World” appears on the stage, absorbing the pop from the crowd. CM Punk looks at Cena and motions the Go To Sleep. Punk then walks down the ramp with Paul Heyman following near him. Punk then slides into the ring and takes off his shirt, throwing it at Cena.

Match #5|Non-Title
CM Punk vs John Cena
Singles Match


RECAP : High caliber match. A stunning performance by both of these competitors. Cena dominated early in the match until Punk reversed a corner clothesline and connected with a roundhouse kick to Cena who holds onto the ropes dazed. Punk slides his face, literally burning his face on the ropes, and then slamming his head on the turnbuckle. Cena elbows Punk who then low blows Cena. Cena is dazed in the corner until “The Best In The World” places Cena on the top ropes and Punk stands on the second rope. Punk attempts to take John Cena out with a Superplex. Cena then punches Punk's sides. The crowd are waiting to see who is going to fall. Cena then turns the table on Punk and hits the Superplex onto the concrete floor! The crowd goes crazy. The referee counts! 1! Punk is squirming in pain. 2! 3! The referee exits the ring and observes Punk and Cena. The scene fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

The scene fades back to Punk giving Cena a Boston Crab. Cena is crawling to the ropes and Punk is trying to keep him away from the ropes. Cena gets his hands on the ropes! Punk keeps the submission on for 2 seconds before letting go. As Punk lets go he runs to the ropes and when he bounces off, charging at Cena but Cena tries to throw him over but Punk holds on for dear life and gets on the apron. With the referee's. obstructed view, Punk rakes the eye of Cena, and as a result Cena moves back and pokes at his face, not fully concerned with Punk who jumps off the ropes and flattens Cena with a Springboard Clothesline. He pins Cena. 1! 2! No! Cena kicks out and he doesn't even know how. Punk then picks him up but Cena bursts out with unbelievably surprising strength and energy by unloading a barrage of strikes. Cena punches his head and chest. Punk gets brutally forced into the corner and Cena keeps beating down CM Punk. Eventually, the referee separates Cena from Punk. Punk clotheslines Cena once and bounces off the ropes and tries to connect a bulldog but Cena throws Punk off of him and Punk bounces off the ropes and skids across the floor nearly unrealistically painful. Cena picks up Punk and flattens him out even further with a Gutwrench Suplex.
Cena then nods at Punk knowing that he isn't really going to win this with the flow of how the match is going. Cena then pins Punk. 1! 2! No! Punk gets his foot on the ropes. The WWE Champion picks up his challenger and throws him to the ropes and hits a shoulder block! Punk gets up and Cena hits another shoulder block! Cena then ducks a hook by Punk and John Cena connects with a spin-out powerbomb. Cena then goes throw his whole momentum taunts.

“You Can't See Me!” the crowd goes as Cena runs on the ropes, Five Knuckle Sh-NO! Punk moves out of the way, and rolls out of the ring. Cena follows him out of the ring and Punk gets the advantage by stunning and weakening Cena with kicks. Punk then Irish Whips Cena into the steel steps! 3! 4! Punk then rolls Cena into the ring and CM Punk pins Cena. 1! 2! 3-NO! 2 and a half! CM Punk then stumbles into the corner and goes to the second rope and taunts. He waits for Cena to get up and leaps off! Cena catches Punk in mid-air! Cena holds him in the air for an AA! The crowd goes absolutely crazy! Cena walks around with him but Punk keeps hitting Cena with elbows. Cena is forced to let him go after “The Best In The World” grabs the ropes and refuses to let go. Cena drops him and forces him to let go of the ropes. John Cena then tries to throw Punk to the corner but Punk reverses and connects with his shining wizard to the cornered WWE Champion. After finishing the move with a bulldog, Punk then locks in the Anaconda Vise! Cena is wrenching in pain! The crowd is chanting “Lets go Cena” and “Cena sucks”. Cena is inching slowly to the ropes. He can't hold on for much longer. Paul Heyman goes on the apron and distracts the referee. The referee turns around but Cena grabs the ropes. Awful timing for Cena who gets pulled back to the center of the ring and locked back into the Anaconda Vice. Unfortunately, it doesn't take much longer for Cena to tap out.


Winner and Number 1 Contender For The WWE Championship : CM Punk

Punk celebrates and slides out the ring with Heyman. They both walk up the ring as the commentators argue about the controversy surrounding that match and as the camera shows the results and how Cena grabbed the
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Confirmed For Next RAW

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The Usos vs Motor City Machine Guns

Non-Title|Handicap
Mark Henry vs KENTA and Mr. Kennedy

Also...

Gm has an important announcement about the Diva and Tag Team Division

Orton openly talks about interference

CM Punk and John Cena, WWE Championship, Extreme Rules; Contract Signing




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This was one of the three ideas I was throwing around before I started my TNA thread. Ultimately decided against it because doing two shows would probably end up driving me insane! Glad to see someone doing the same sort of time frame as I am, be interesting to see the contrast in what you come up with.

Anyway onwards and upwards, the show!

I do usually prefer matches to be written out in full because I'm a bit of a pedant for those sorts of details but I really enjoyed the recaps. I think they worked and flowed very smoothly. It's actually nice to see a recap that isn't just "so and so dominated the match but then so and so hit the such and such and won". Basically, the recaps are good and worked well so well done on that.

The only thing I would criticise a little is the segments (or lack thereof). Segments, I'm a killer for detail on. If you're not a great match writing then writing recaps is fine but segments are the biggest part of story progression on these shows and recaps for segments don't really do the best job in developing storylines. It IS your first show so it's not a huge deal but that might be a small something worth trying to develop going forward.

All in all, really enjoyed the show and like the look of the roster. Pretty stacked. definitely looking forward to see what you do with it.
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The roster is looking pretty awesome; no matter how unrealistic it is, and the Extreme Rules poster is a little plain, but I've definitely seen worse.

Glad that we get JR on commentary, who usually lights up the sometimes unpopular team of Cole & Lawler. Looking through Punk's promo, the crowd is changing between cheers and boos with pretty much every line he says? I guess he really is the best in the world! Cena & Punk looks like it'll be a good feud heading into the future.

Gangrel's obviously going to be a jobber in this thread if he loses clean in a singles match with an Uso... Looking forward to MCMG vs The Usos next week, should be a great match, but I think the Guns should get over.

Not sure who the mystery man is; it could be Miz because of the reality check line, but its hard to be sure at this point.

Good way to have Love get one over Phoenix, but still have Beth looking dominant. Just one question; Phoenix was acting like a heel during the match, but then she was being cheered. Is she a face or a heel? Love-Phoenix should be a pretty good Diva's feud.

Orton got a good message across, but saying that the Divas could beat Mark Henry is a bit questionable. Del Rio will definitely interfere somehow here; and so I think Henry should win.

Good tag match, somehow KENTA and Kane make an effective team. Is GAME OVER just the LeBell Lock? These recaps are good; I can see what you meant in your review. Henry just showcasing his power; next weeks match is pretty hard to pick, but I'll go with Henry after Kennedy turns on KENTA.

Wow, Henry will definitely be angry about this, as will Orton. Del Rio has definitely just got himself two enemies that no-one wants.

Great ending to the main event (although Cena would never tap out in reality); and the contract signing next week promises to be explosive.

A very good first show of the thread; the Punk-Cena match was easily MOTN, and the two also had the best segment of the night. Next week looks like a great show as well, with the contract signing as a main point, as well as a great tag match to back it up. Keep up the good work! 84/100 (A-)
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A Vacated Championship

Three Superstars have a general ambition.

Brock Lesnar. "The Beast". Chris Jericho. "The Best In The World At What He Does". Kurt Angle. "The Olympian". After Undertaker suffered a legitimate injury at "The Grandest Stage Of Them All" the World Heavyweight Championship has been up for grabs for anyone to reach. Three wrestlers on the Smackdown Brand had not been reserved or held their tongue in their opinion for who should be the next World Heavyweight Champion. Chris Jericho, Brock Lesnar and Kurt Angle, all former World Champions, have had their eye on this prestigious belt since the second they heard it was vacated. All of these returning main eventers will obviously be enganging in competition, but the question is which one of these superstars will challenge who? Expect one of these three to be verbal about their say on who should hold this title, tonight on Smackdown.

#MillionsOfDollars debut show

Titus O'Neal and Darren Young debut a new interview segment

This exciting tag team open up their new weekly interviewing show. This currently unnamed segment will debut on the next Smackdown. Their first guests will be none other than the current WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Jeff and Matt Hardy. We asked the Hardy Boyz on their opinion for this new announcement and they had replied [Jeff] "To be honest, since we are the Tag Champions we have a target on our backs but that doesn't stop low level tag teams such as Prime Time Players." [Matt] "Prime Time Players are merely a phase in the Tag Team Division. The reason I say this is because they don't show potential at all. At whatever the show will be called, I hope they keep their hands to themselves because they will be biting off more then they could chew."

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Jack Swagger vs Big Show Booked On SmackDown

The Giant has had a problem with Swagger lately. If you have witnessed this behemoth's rivalries before, you should know that this giant doesn't let go of things lightly. Jack Swagger has had a rough year last year and came back with a new flame. His eye is on taking out his competition. He has not yet revealed which championship he is going after but be assured that on Smackdown these superstars will be leaving a mark.



SD Card (so far)

Singles Match
Jack Swagger vs The Big Show


Cruiserweight Division Match
Justin Gabriel vs Sin Cara


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Prime Time Players Interview Segment Debut Featuring The Hardy Boyz
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The WWE Intro rolls through first. THEN|NOW|FOREVER Then the Smackdown Intro shows with all the Smackdown Superstars in it featuring Kurt Angle to The Hardy Boyz to Chris Jericho to AJ Styles. The scene fades to a neatly lit arena full of screaming fans. A capacity crowd gives a loud reaction to the usual opening pyrotechnics then the announcers for Smackdown Booker T and Josh Matthews announce that there will be three commentators on Smackdown as well as on RAW last week. Booker T introduces the man who is to be the new Smackdown commentator.

“Longhorn” plays on the PA system as a limo appears on the side stage. The crowd roars in pop as JBL exits the limo wearing his traditional black suit, white tie, black pants and black dress shoes. He gives the crowd a smile as he stands on the stage absorbing the pop. He waits for a while before walking down the ramp, still smiling with his hands outstretched. He then walks around the ring, shaking hands with the ringside crowd. He then reaches the announcers desk, where Josh Mathews and Booker T are standing up ready to shake his hand. Once all that is said and done, JBL sits down next to Josh Mathews and places a headset on. He begins to say that he is excited to be on Smackdown and he would rather be on Smackdown than RAW any day. After John Bradshaw Layfield high-fives Booker T and Josh Mathews, he begins to talk about how Titus O'Neal and Darren Young are debuting their show, which is still unnamed and will feature a very huge tag team at the moment. Josh Mathews adds on to the fact that in addition to being a huge tag team prospect, they are the Unified Tag Team Champions which means of all the teams on Smackdown and RAW they have proved to be the better team. Booker T talks about Jack Swagger is facing the Big Show tonight and how it will be an explosive match that will probably result in an all-out brawl between these two Superstars that will probably end in a baker's dozen of referee's and superstars splitting these two apart.

The lights go out. The crowd pops. The titantron countdown of Jericho appears on the camera. 5...4...3...2...1...0! The crowd reacts louder. The scene fades to the dark arena and the lights of Jericho's jacket appear in front of the camera. “Break The Walls Down” by Adam Morenoff plays on the PA system and the lights come back on. Chris Jericho appears, posing on the stage, still as the ring itself. Booker T talks about how Jericho is in the World Heavyweight Championship chase, then adds that Jericho has some major competition and probably is going to talk about his two biggest obstacles to his path to the most prestigious title in Smackdown. Jericho walks down the ramp with a focused look. He is looking directly at the ring, wearing his T-Shirt and holding a microphone. He slides into the ring and looks at the crowd react to him. His entrance music fades and Jericho looks at the crowd not his usual smug happy, mischievous look or his other extremely aggravated look but more of a focused look.

He begins to talk about how the other two obstacles to his title isn't even an obstacle. He begins by saying that former World Heavyweight Champion, Kurt Angle is past his prime. He doesn't deserve “one more run” and he wouldn't be able to beat Brock Lesnar or himself. In fact, after absorbing the pop off his last statement, Jericho adds that Kurt Angle was a no body entering the WWE, leaving WWE and entering WWE again. Y2J claims that no bodies shouldn't represent this company because WWE isn't a no body company unlike those other independent promotions. The crowd gives a huge mixed reaction. Jericho then realizes that he can't hold it back and reveals his trademark smug grin. Chris Jericho then goes on to say that when he entered this promotion he was already in the main event scene. He asks the crowd where was Angle during his first years in WWE. Angle was this, using his fingers to imitate quotes, “amazing Olympian” that is the first wrestler to become an Olympian gold medalist professional wrestler. He then states “If Kurt Angle could do it, how hard could it be?” The crowd gives a larger than expected “Ooh!' which makes him absorb the pop, feeding his own ego. Jericho lastly adds that he was the first WWE Undisputed Champion which is bigger than Kurt Angle's petty achievement that he attempts to stretch and stretch as the only great achievement in his life.

Chris Jericho then begins to talk about Brock Lesnar. Jericho thinks that Lesnar is a passing fad and he is just another musclehead with no strategy except to use brute force. He then goes on to say that brute force is one of the most pathetic ways that someone can go up to someone as highly-skilled as himself. Chris Jericho tells the crowd that no one can match up to Jericho and fortunately he has had his experience with people bigger and tougher than him and the fact that Jericho was a World Heavyweight Champion and Brock hasn't also put Jericho at a better view to be a champion. Jericho then turns to the ramp and tells the GM that he might as well just give him the championship now because there is no one in the Smackdown locker room that could match up to Jericho's talent. He lowers the microphone from his face. The crowd gives a small pop as JBL states that Jericho isn't leaving without a response from the general manager.

“MacMillitant” plays on the PA system and Theodore Long appears on the stage. The crowd pops as Josh Mathews talks about how Long has to deal with Jericho, Kurt Angle and Brock Lesnar's demands. JBL wonders what Theodore is going to do with Jericho. Jericho stays on the stage, holding the microphone in his hand, wearing a brown tuxedo suit and smiling to the capacity crowd. Teddy Long brings the microphone to his face and beginning to say that this is a wonderful crowd on the first Smackdown after Wrestlemania. The Smackdown GM then says that he feels Jericho's view but he will not be giving a championship to anyone without a winner to a fair competition. Jericho cuts him off by saying that he is the “Best In The World At What He Does” and that he will face any chump in the Smackdown locker room to further prove that not only is he championship material but he is the only person on Smackdown worthy of the World Heavyweight Championship. Theodore Long replies that he is delighted to hear Chris Jericho's open challenge and that he will be facing a former world champion...Brock Lesnar! The crowd erupts in pop before Chris Jericho grins and Teddy's theme long hits. As Teddy turns around and exits the stage, Chris Jericho smiles deviously exiting the ring and the crowd giving a massive pop, the camera cuts to the announcers who are talking amongst themselves. Booker T said that Teddy had something to say and he never disappoints. Josh Mathews states that Jericho may be biting off more than he could chew as Brock Lesnar isn't your average powerhouse. JBL then tells the crowd and the viewers watching at home that the first cruiserweight division match of the Post-Wrestlemania stage is about to happen so tune back in to Friday Night Smackdown as we have way more to offer.

Commercial Break

As the scene fades back to Friday Night Smackdown, Sin Cara is just finishing his entrance and Justin Gabriel is watching unaffected. Booker T informs the viewers just tuning in that Justin Gabriel and Sin Cara will be engaging in singles competition and this will be an impressive match between two skilled cruiserweight athletes.

Match #1|Non-Title
Sin Cara vs Justin Gabriel
Singles Match


RECAP : This was a fast paced match between two skilled high-fliers. This was a balanced match. The high point of this match would have to be when Sin Cara avoided a high from Gabriel then Justin avoided a dropkick who avoided another high kick from Gabriel. Sin Cara then kicks Gabriel in the stomach and runs to the ropes for a springboard moonsault attack which misses but Cara lands on his feet only to be kicked in the back of the head by Gabriel. Sin Cara goes down and the South African pins Sin Cara. 1! Kickout at 1.5 JBL states that Justin will have to do better than that to defeat a high-flier like Sin Cara. Justin Gabriel picks up Sin Cara who snaps back to life, pushes him away and pele kicks him across the skull! The crowd pops as Josh Mathews overreacts to the impact that Sin Cara gave Gabriel through his contribution of the commentary. Justin Gabriel goes down slowly and lifeless. Sin Cara pins him. 1! 2! 3-NO! The South African gets an elbow up. The crowd can't believe their eyes as they thought the match was all over! Sin Cara then pins Justin again. 1! 2-No! 1.5! The international sensation picks up his opponent and throws him to the corner. Sin Cara rushes him and hits a corner dropkick which makes Gabriel get pressed into the turnbuckle then bounces off the corner and eats the ring floor. Sin Cara then locks in a headlock. Justin Gabriel screams in pain but refuses to give up. Sin Cara gives no mercy for a minute or so until Gabriel breaks out of the submission. Justin connects with some kicks and silences the crowd with a massive spinning heel kick that could end Sin Cara in this match. Justin Gabriel goes to the top ropes and Sin Cara isn't showing any signs of life. The South African goes to the tope rope and hits a 450 Splash but he eats the ring floor again when Sin Cara rolls out of the way. Sin Cara turns Gabriel over and goes to the top rope himself. He nails Gabriel with a super effective Senton Bomb. He pins Gabriel, 1! 2! 3!

Winner: Sin Cara

As we fade back to Friday Night Smackdown, we see the set of the debut show of Prime Time Players. Darren Young and Titus O'Neal are doing their trademark dance in the middle of the set. JBL talks about how Prime Time Players have been building up this show for weeks and the show is finally going to happen and with none other than the Hardy Boyz being their first guests. Titus O'Neal and Darren Young stop dancing and O'Neal grabs a microphone and talks about how people are witnessing the greatest history since the Prime Time Player's first tag team match. Titus then says that the name of this show is called “Prime Time Talk”. Darren Young then says that since they have a later tonight they will now introduce their guests, Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy, The Hardy Boyz.

It takes a while but eventually The Hardy Boyz's theme song plays and Jeff and Matt appear on stage, raising their titles high for the entire capacity crowd to see. Titus smirks at the champions who are now walking down the ramp. Booker T asks JBL and Josh Mathews if Titus O'Neal and Darren Young would be most likely the number one contenders for the Unified Tag Team Championship. While JBL says that there is nothing stopping this exciting team from not being in the range to be number one contenders for the tag titles, Josh Mathews stays undecided not trying to create a bias. By this time Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy are in the ring, sitting down. Once the theme music fades away and the crowd settles down a bit, Darren Young first asks Jeff and Matt their predictions on the tag team with the greatest potential other than themselves, respectively and individually. Jeff Hardy thinks that the Motor City Machine Guns. Titus O'Neal and Darren Young smirks. O'Neal says “Are you serious?”, off the microphone to get a nod of approval from Jeff. Matt Hardy thinks that The Usos have great potential. The crowd gives a positiev response to that. Titus O'Neal then asks The Hardyz if they have seen them in competition. While Matt says yes, Jeff says no, which causes Darren Young to ask Matt to explain why the Prime Time Players aren't at the top of his list of the greatest tag teams ever. Matt Hardy then replies that he actually sees potential but he believes O'Neal carries Young. Jeff replies the opposite. The Prime Players stand up and state that they both know that you guys can't carry each other, no offense to Matt, but the Hardyz is trash and will always will be. Titus then tells them to exit the ring and watch their match later. The Hardyz smirk and raise their titles before exiting the ring. The crowd chants “Hardyz! Hardyz!” before the scene fades to a video package.

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They say that WWE should scrap the Divas division

A shady feminine figure appears in the ring, voice obviously edited to sound different. The scene pans slowly to the left.

Divas? This isn't a talent show, its a competitive sport.

A pan from left to right shows pictures of Velvet Sky, Kaitlyn and Angelina Love, respectively.

For the people who don't know me, you don't know women's wrestling, for those who do know me...

The shady figure stops and grins, almost seductively.

I am what a diva should stand for. I am-

The shady figure is seen picking up a replica of the Diva's championship.

I am your savior in high-heels.

She poses with the championship.

April 16th. Reality check for the WWE Universe, including the supposed Divas. I didn't come alone.

The figure is seen turning her head to the championship.
The scene fades to an empty ring. The crowd gets hyped up when they hear “Feed Me More”. The song plays and Ryback enters the stage. The scene fades from Ryback signaling his pyrotechnics to commercial.

Commercial Break

Fading back to David Hart Smith warming up in the corner. Josh Mathews claims that Ryback is unstoppable and is leaving quite a wreck in his trail of merciless and brutal destruction. Booker T states that David Hart haves a chance if he has the right gameplan.

Match #2|Non-Title
Ryback vs David Hart Smith
Singles Match


RECAP : Ryback dominated this entire match. At first, Ryback charged at David Hart Smith with a devastating Meat Hook. Ryback then picks up David Hart and throws Smith to the opposite corner as hard as he can. On impact David hits the ground brutally. Ryback then picks up David Hart who breaks out of his grasp and attempts to stun the behemoth with some forearm smashes. David then runs to the ropes, bounces off them and gets launched in the air with a military press slam. Ryback then says “Feed Me More! Feed Me More! Feed Me More!” Eventually the crowd follows him while Ryback stalks the grounded David Hart Smith. David Hart Smith then gets up dazed while Ryback rushes into him and lifts him in the air for a shell shock. Ryback marches around the ring before slamming David Hart into the ground and pinning him. The ref counts 1! 2! 3!

Winner : Ryback

Ryback picks up David Hart and lifts him up for a military press. He sends him flying out of the ring and onto the floor. Ryback screams “Feed me more”! Booker T says that Swagger vs Big Show will be happening later tonight, as well as Jericho vs Lesnar. JBL says that you cannot miss either of these two great matches as we go to commercial. The scene fades from the impressive Ryback still screaming “Feed Me More” to commercial.

Commercial Break

The scene fades back to The Miz standing in the middle of the ring, wearing his usual gear and T-Shirt with a microphone. He is absorbing the pop of the crowd with his smug “I don't care what you think” look. He is in the middle of the ring with his entrance music playing and his lighting fading back to the normal lighting. As the music fades, he brings the microphone to his face. He begins to pace and say “Really”. With each repetition of the trademark phrase the crowd mimics him. He looks at the crowd with a disgusted and almost appalled face. He begins to say how surprised he is that people actually think that AJ Styles is a skilled competitor. He then stops pacing and stops talking. He then says that he will tell this differently. He claims to have watched AJ Styles back in his early years and sees nothing phenomenal about him. He gets a moderate pop of of that statement. He doesn't know why he was in the United States Championship chase in the first place. He then insults him by saying that Styles clings on to that title because he can't do any better than winning a champion by a fluke. Miz gets a huge pop off of that. The Miz then informs the fans that he is a former WWE Champion and Styles can only dream of getting that prestigious belt. The Miz then says that Styles is a disgrace to the word champion. The crowd gives a large pop for The Miz. The pop eventually crossfades into a “We want Styles!” The Miz then lets them continue and smirks confidently. He then says his trademark phrase a few times before telling the crowd that Styles isn't man enough to confront me. Asking the crowd why AJ Styles would not come out, he looks around before saying “Because I'm the Miz...” Waiting a few, absorbing the crowd's reaction. Continuing, “...and I'mmmmm-” No! Wait! “I Am” by Dale Oliver hits the PA system. The Miz doesn't look to happy about being interrupted by the United States Champion.

Nevertheless, AJ Styles stops on the stage, microphone in one hand. He begins to bring the microphone to his face to begin to respond to The Miz's kind words. He would remind Miz that talking will not win a championship. He then would add on it takes commitment, determination and hard work to be a good champion. Styles says that The Miz lacks in all of the categories. He then would continue by saying that being a whiny bitch wouldn't get him far, let alone give him a championship. The crowd gives a massive “Oooh!” with some laughs noticeably heard around the arena. The Miz smirks and replies that giving terrible comebacks doesn't make a champion either. He quickly follows up by saying if anyone here should be called a bitch it would be Styles. The crowd gives a surprisingly detectable mixed pop. The Miz then explains how Styles isn't worthy of a championship or a contract in the WWE. Styles says he will prove that he is worthy right here, right now. Styles walks down the ramp and slides into the ring. Taking off his shirt, AJ Styles drops the mic and places his championship in a corner. The Miz takes off his shirt too and looks at Styles ready to fight. The crowd erupts in a larger than expected pop. AJ Styles is ready to fight. The Miz then smirks and exits the ring being overwhelmed with boos. Styles then opens the ropes for him and motions him to come back and fight him. The Miz grins sinister-like and ignores Style's challenges to fight him. Styles then picks up his championship, goes on a turnbuckle and poses for the crowd. He absorbs the pop before the scene fades to a commercial.

Commercial Break

The scene fades to Zema Ion and Curt Hawkins warming up and talking to each other. The camera cuts over to the announcers table. Booker T is talking about how Smackdown is on a roll and still has three more matches to go. John Bradshaw Layfield is talking about how the Prime Time Players started their first show tonight with the special guests being the Unified Tag Team Champions, The Hardyz. Josh Mathews talks about how Jericho talked himself into a match against Brock Lesnar tonight. Adding onto his previous announcement, Mathews says that he originally wanted the GM to give him the World Heavyweight Championship. Booker T abruptly says that if Jericho wins tonight he may impress Teddy Long. “Move” plays as Titus O'Neal and Darren Young, appear on stage very energetic and arrogant. They do their trademark entrance. They walk over-confidently down the ramp and slide into the ring. Right before the match starts “Loaded” plays on the PA systems and the tag team champions appear on stage. The crowd erupts in a pop as Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy walk down the ramp and around the ring. They then pose and tag hands with the ringside crowd. After walking around the ring, they each grab a headset and sit beside the announcers. JBL comments that it is becoming a party at the announcers table.

Match #3|Non-Title
Prime Time Players (Titus O'Neal and Darren Young) vs Zema Ion and Curt Hawkins
Tag Team Match


RECAP: This was an explosive match. Prime Time Players never took their eyes off the Unified Tag Team Champions. In fact, it cost them the momentum. Darren Young, the active competitor for the Prime Time Players was watching Jeff and Matt and Zema Ion turns him around. Zema Ion nails Young with a Gory Bomb. Ion then tags in Curt then goes to the top rope. Curt Hawkins picks up Young and connects a belly to back suplex then Zema nails Young with a Mary Lou Retton Splash (Corkscrew somersault splash). The Hardyz comment that Darren is pretty gullible if he thinks that we would interfere in the match. Matt Hardy adds that he is already losing. Hawkins would then attempt to pin Young who kicks out at 1! Hawkins then picks up Young and hits a snap suplex. Hawkins then goes to the top rope to execute a diving elbow drop. He dives off and unsuccessfully connects with the elbow drop. Jeff Hardy criticizes Curt for missing the dive after he flattened Young with an impressive suplex. Darren Young inches towards Titus O'Neal but Curt Hawkins springs up and pulls his leg towards Ion. He tags Zema Ion and Zema and Curt pick up Darren Young. Ion punches Young in the stomach. While doubled over, Zema Ion takes a few steps back and hits Darren Young with a devastating One Night Stand. Ion then pins Darren. 1! 2! Titus O'Neal breaks it up! Matt Hardy says that if Titus needs to clean up Darren Young's mess then he was right and Titus carries Young, then he goes on to say that this match is the reason why Jeff and himself are the dominant tag team. He says that his tag team is balanced and that he doesn't need to save Jeff from trouble because he can handle himself when the odds come to him and Jeff doesn't need to save him from any mess either regardless of the circumstances. Jeff Hardy agrees with Matt and adds on that Young can take a lot of punishment. Curt Hawkins stuns Titus O'Neal with an enzuigiri. Curt Hawkins connects with a few forearm smashes and a clothesline which sends him and Titus O'Neal out of the ring and hitting the floor. Zema gets up first and leans on the ropes. Darren gets up eventually and runs towards Ion who eludes a clothesline by ducking down to the ground which sends Young over the ropes. Jeff states that Darren Young is a highly flawed wrestler. Zema then stumbles into the corner. The referee starts to count as the scene fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

Fading back to Friday Night Smackdown, chaos has been restored during the commercial break. Titus O'Neal has returned to his apron spot, Curt Hawkins returned to his team's apron spot and Zema Ion and Darren Young are brawling dead center in the ring. Young gets the advantage and hits a nasty haymaker then connects a painful Gut Check which grounds the stunned Ion. Darren then thrust kicks Curt Hawkins off the apron and onto the ground. Darren then pins Zema Ion. 1! 2! 3!

Winner : Prime Time Players (Darren Young and Titus O'Neal)

Jeff and Matt Hardy claps. Titus O'Neal enters the ring and meets up with Darren Young who do their trademark dance. Before taking off the headsets, Matt recalls that Titus has not been in this match so Jeff could be right about who really carries who. The Hardy Boyz raise their championship belts in the air while the Prime Time Players do their trademark taunt. The scene fades to Todd Grisham who introduces himself to the WWE Universe and tells the capacity crowd and the hundreds of thousands of viewers watching at home that his guest is “The Olympian” Kurt Angle. The camera zooms out to fit both Angle and Todd in the camera. Todd Grisham asks Angle on his opinion of what Jericho said about him. Kurt first starts to say that if anyone is out of their prime it is Chris Jericho. He doesn't exercise regularly because “Mr Hollywood” is so busy with movies, television and his own band. Kurt Angle says that Y2J is way past his prime because Y2J hasn't won any titles in a long time. Coming back to WWE, Chris Jericho hasn't won the Money In The Bank match that he made and the only major title that he has won in a while is the tag team titles, states Angle. Angle then says with no disrespect to the tag team division but if Jericho can't win a title by himself and needs someone to constantly carry him then he doesn't need to spend 20 minutes eating up the crowd's time and money whining and ranting subliminally about himself. Kurt Angle then states that Jericho thinks that being an Undisputed WWE Champion is a great achievement and agrees with Jericho's belief. Angle then says that he won that title in his prime. Angle then ends his reply by saying that he doesn't have a match tonight but he will be watching Jericho get his ass handed to him by Brock Lesnar and possibly next week by him to take him out of the chase for the World Heavyweight Championship. Kurt Angle walks away. Todd thanks Kurt Angle and the scene fades from Todd Grisham to commercial.

Commercial Break

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Commercial For Monday Night RAW

A scene of John Cena and him saying that CM Punk is not worthy of the WWE Championship.

A scene of CM Punk in an annoyed state talking about how John Cena dunks all of CM Punk's challenges.

The scene's tone turns darker as CM Punk grabs Cena's hand in an attempt to stop him from leaving.

The scene fades into the main event where Cena does his usual two shoulder blocks and a spin-out powerbomb while Cena is saying that he would give CM Punk one shot to beat Cena and if he does he would give CM Punk a title match at Extreme Rules.

CM Punk locks in an anaconda vise which John Cena reaches the ropes for but Paul Heyman distracted the referee and gives Punk the opportunity to send Cena back into the center and lock in the submission hold again, thus eventually tapping out.

CM Punk

CM Punk posing in a different scene

John Cena

John Cena posing in the same scene but without Punk anywhere near.

What will happen next week on RAW when Punk and Cena have to sign a contract for a WWE Championship match at Extreme Rules? Monday Night RAW!

The scene fades back to Big Show and Jack Swagger in the ring. The ring announcer introduces the “World's Largest Athlete” and the “All-American American” who get their respective pops. Before the match starts Big Show and Jack Swagger approach each other and start to argue. Big Show then pushes Swagger. Swagger stumbles back and grins before lunging at Show. Swagger and Show start to brawl! Swagger hits a load of punches to the head of Big Show. The referee is stunned and a bit scared. Exiting the ring, the referee calls for other referees and possibly even superstars to come separate the anarchy in the ring. Big Show pushes Swagger away from him and spears the hell out of him! He then unloads a few punches on him before tons of referees and lower card superstars run out and try to separate these two beasts! Swagger elbows a few referees and throws some out the ring before getting sucker punched by the Big Show who managed to escape the referees and superstars restraint. Swagger manages to turn around and hits a rapid fury of punches to the head of the giant. He then goes to lock in the Gutwrench powerbomb but the referees, superstars and even security guards separate these two animals. This chaotic anarchy fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

The scene fades back to Brock Lesnar walking down the ramp, marching up the ramp and entering the ring. Josh Mathews announces that the next Prime Time Talk will have both Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas as guests as well as face them later on that night. Lesnar warms up as JBL talks about the anarchy seen a moment ago with The Big Show and Jack Swagger. Josh Mathews states that it took nearly the whole locker room and all the referees and security guards to separate those two. In fact, Booker T says, The Big Show bled from his mouth due to the teeth-shattering hooks from The All-American. The lights go out. The crowd pops. The titantron countdown of Jericho appears on the camera. 5...4...3...2...1...0! The crowd reacts louder. The scene fades to the dark arena and the lights of Jericho's jacket appear in front of the camera. “Break The Walls” plays on the PA system. Chris Jericho appears on the stage as the lights turn back on. JBL comments that Kurt Angle had some frivolous comments on Jericho. Josh Mathews gives his two cents by saying that Jericho and Kurt Angle are in their prime. Booker T says that Josh is right but Angle backed up what he said with facts. Jericho's achievement and Angle's achievement made an impact on their history. After bickering for a while, the camera cuts to Chris Jericho entering the ring and looking at Lesnar focused. The referee rings the bell and starts the match.

Match #5|Non-Title
Brock Lesnar vs Chris Jericho
Singles Match


RECAP : The main event was astonishing. During the beginning of the match, Jericho had the advantage dodging the strikes of Lesnar and weakening the “Perfect Storm” with his own strikes. Jericho kicks Lesnar on the back of his leg and takes the “War Machine” down. Jericho then smirks and locks in an armbar. Brock Lesnar tries to pry Chris Jericho off of his arm but has no effect as Jericho is wrenching his arm for dear life using all of his strength. Brock attempts to crawl to the ropes but the more he moves, the more painful Y2J wrenches his arm. Lesnar screams as loud as he can and begins to get up, grabbing Jericho in powerbomb position. Brock Lesnar is on his feet holding Jericho in powerbomb position. Jericho gets slammed into the canvas! Brock picks him back up and slams him back down for a second time. Jericho gets lifted up and slammed back into the ring floor for a third and final time and pinned. The referee counts. 1! 2! Kick out! Jericho then rolls out the ring. Not noticing that Brock Lesnar followed behind him and gets hit with a forearm strike, Jericho turns around and attempts to punch Brock in the face but Lesnar blocks it and connects with an uppercut. The referee is already at 3! Brock then attempts to throw Jericho to the ring post but Y2J counters and Lesnar eats ring post. The “War Machine” goes down with a thud and Jericho falls to the ground himself giving all of his might throwing Lesnar. The referee counted. 4! 5! 6! 7! 8!

Jericho shows signs of life and slides in the ring and Lesnar isn't far behind. Jericho gets the advantage by elbowing Lesnar as he was getting to his feet. Jericho then locks in a headlock then runs across the canvas and flattens Brock with a one-handed bulldog. Jericho taunts for the crowd. Booker T warns Jericho if he takes too long – Before he finishes his statement Jericho tries to lock in the Walls Of Jericho but Lesnar pushes Jericho away with his tremendous leg strength! Brock Lesnar springs up before Jericho does and when Y2J rushes Brock, he counters with a rebound backbreaker. Brock then picks up Jericho and throws him hard into the opposite turnbuckle. Jericho hits the ground with a thud. This match fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

Brock then picks up Jericho again and throws him to the opposite turnbuckle, this time without as much force. Brock approaches Jericho and nails him with a few punches. He then nearly breaks Jericho's abdomen with multiple shoulder thrusts. The referee breaks up Jericho and Lesnar. While Jericho is recovering, the referee moves out of the way after a few moments. Brock goes back to inflicting pain on Jericho but Jericho dunks a hook and when Brock turns around Chris performs the codebreaker, sending Brock into the corner dazed. Brock then gets hit with a corner enzuigiri. As Brock falls on his back to the floor, Chris Jericho runs to the ropes and connects with a Lionsault! The crowd pops as Jericho pins Brock Lesnar! 1! 2! 3-NO Jericho gets launched across the floor. Brock gets up slower as the wear and tear of this match has caught up with him. Jericho rushes towards Lesnar again but Brock catches Jericho and tries to lock in the Kimura lock which has broke the arm of many other wrestlers. Chris Jericho tries to escape the hold by squirming and striking the back of the neck of Lesnar. Eventually, Y2J escapes the hold of the “War Machine” and rolls out of the ring, standing on the apron. He looks at the crowd and taunts. He waits for Brock Lesnar to get up. Lesnar is on one knee, standing up and Chris Jericho jumps on the ropes and dives off only to get caught in an F-5 by Lesnar! Lesnar has him locked in regardless of how much he squirms. Brock Lesnar marches around the ring with Chris Jericho on his shoulders. He then connects the F-5 near the ropes! He goes to pin Jericho! 1! 2! The referee stops because Jericho's leg is on the ropes. Brock waits for a few seconds before getting up and arguing with the referee. He argues with the referee a little too much, giving Jericho enough time to connect a schoolboy pin. 1! 2! 3!

Winner : Chris Jericho

Jericho slides out of the ring and celebrates smug-like. JBL comments that Jericho took advantage of his opportunity. Booker T argues that he caught Lesnar off guard. JBL replies that it was a fair match since Lesnar turned his back on him. Josh Mathews catches Kurt Angle jump over the crowd barrier. Kurt Angle turns around the enraged Lesnar and hits an Angle Slam. Kurt then grabs a microphone in the middle of the confusion. Angle then tells Jericho since he wants to run his mouth, he talked to the GM. He says that he will be facing Jericho next week in a no disqualification match. He then tells Jericho to get ready because this is your fate. The referees are tending to Brock and Angle grabs a referee and locks in the ankle lock. The scene fades from Jericho watching Angle wrench the ankle of a referee, from both Jericho's point of view and Kurt's.




Confirmed For Next SMACKDOWN

Non-Title|Street Fight
Kurt Angle vs Chris Jericho

Non-Title|Tag Team
Prime Time Players vs World's Greatest Tag Team
Darren Young and Titus O'Neal|Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas

Also...

Prime Time Talk with The World's Greatest Tag Team

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RAW PREVIEW

April 9th, 2012

An Extreme Contract Signing

Cena and Punk sign for a match at Extreme Rules.

As you already know, CM Punk isn't one to hold his tongue. Last week on Monday Night RAW, CM Punk called out John Cena after saying that he was cheated out of his Wrestlemania match and that he wants a match on RAW. After a long moment of ranting, "The Champ" finally "saved" the capacity crowd and originally was going to calmly decline his offer until CM Punk physically "influenced" him. After a long fought main event high-caliber match, some would say that CM Punk won fair and square but in fact John Cena would have won if the referee had saw his complete hand grasped around the ropes but the referee had his attention set on the devious Paul Heyman who, arguably, distracted the referee so that he wouldn't see that John Cena reached the ropes. This victory has made Punk the number one contender which means that CM Punk's stipulation to have a contract signing will happen next week on RAW! WWE.COM EXCLUSIVE: Cena did not want to comment on his match against Punk, but the only thing he said was "Get ready for RAW and reserve an ambulance on Extreme Rules."

Handicap Grudge

The World's Strongest Man meets KENTA and Kennedy

The World's Strongest Man didn't end up victorious last night against Randy Orton who previously had comments against the Goliath even though Alberto Del Rio and his manager Ricardo Rodriguez. Orton said "He's RKO'ed so many people in so many ways that Henry isn't a challenge." Even as this wasn't enough Randy Orton, controversially said that, "the cruiserweights to even the divas, anyone can beat Henry-" and that "everyone is vulnerable and “The World's Strongest Man” is a plaque on the wall for Henry". If that wasn't enough, Henry was backstage minding his own business. Some say he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Others say that he should have looked around. Ultimately, after smashing Kennedy's and Henry's head in, litterally, a match is confirmed and set for next week. Who will win this handicap match? Find out next week on RAW!

The Usos take on the MCMG

Jimmy and Jey Uso vs Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin Booked On RAW

Jimmy, one half of the exciting tag team, the Usos faced the vampire-like Gangrel in singles competition and was victorious. Just after the match, Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin, challenged the Usos in friendly competition. There is also a rumor going around that Gangrel is forming a tag team with Kevin Thorn. Of course not all rumors end up to be true, but could Gangrel be entering the tag team division because he wants to win the tag team championships first based on what he said at RAW?Tune into Monday Night to find out!



RAW Card (so far)

Tag Team Match
The Usos vs MCMG

Jimmy and Jey Uso|Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin

Handicap Match
Kane vs KENTA and Ken Kennedy


Also

Gm has an important announcement about the Diva and Tag Team Division

Orton openly talks about interference

CM Punk and John Cena, WWE Championship, Extreme Rules; Contract Signing

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WWE Refresher
  • Jim Ross was the third commentator
  • Jimmy Uso defeated Gangrel
  • Vignettes of the Mystery Man is shown
  • Kaitlyn defeats Beth Phoenix with Interference from Angelina Love
  • Kane and KENTA defeats Wade Barrett and Mr. Kennedy
  • Randy Orton defeats Mark Henry after Botched Interference from Alberto Del Rio
  • CM Punk defeats John Cena after Manger Interference
  • CM Punk won the stipulation of a contract signing of Extreme Rules
  • OOC: I will be building up the tag, diva and the mic-card areas with more people. I most likely will not be pushing Barrett into the WWE Championship Chase anytime soon
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A shot of CM Punk in the ring telling John Cena who is also in the ring that he is the future WWE Champion.

A shot of John Cena telling him that his reign is over.

A shot of CM Punk grabbing the hand of the departing Cena then having a stare off.

A shot of John Cena's pissed off face then a scene of him accepting the challenge.

A shot of the match between these two. CM Punk punches Cena. Cena punches CM Punk. Cena superplexes CM Punk off the turnbuckle to the concrete floor. CM Punk locks in the anaconda vise. John Cena grabs the ropes but the referee doesn't see it because of Paul Heyman's distractions. Cena taps out and CM Punk leaves the ring.
WWE RAW
4|9|13
St. Louis, Illinois


The WWE Intro rolls through first. THEN|NOW|FOREVER Then the RAW Intro shows with all the RAW Superstars in it featuring Randy Orton to John Cena to Motor City Machine Guns to Alberto Del Rio. The scene fades to a neatly lit arena full of screaming fans. A capacity crowd gives a loud reaction to the usual opening pyrotechnics then RAW's announcers, Jim Ross, Jerry Lawler and Micheal Cole give a standard introduction. Jim Ross is excited (or well...his...version of excited) to give the news that tonight, CM Punk and John Cena will be signing an official contract that will confirm the Extreme Rules match at Extreme Rules. Jerry Lawler is currently telling Jim Ross that the contract signing is a high point on our show just as high as KENTA and Mr. Kennedy taking on the “World's Strongest Man” alone. Micheal Cole says that KENTA and Kennedy must have a game plan to defeat this monster. Jim Ross says that the Usos will also be facing the exciting tag team prospect of Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin, or better known as the Motor City Machine Guns. Micheal Cole then says that the GM has something to say about the exhilarating tag team and diva divisions. Jim Ross then says that this night's RAW will be spectacular.

“Voices” by Rev Theory plays on the PA system. The lighting changes to its golden start and the crowd erupts in a immense pop that the Viper will open up Monday Night RAW. Randy Orton appears on the stage. He stares at the crowd with a cold attitude. Orton then takes some steps slowly down the ramp staring at the ring. Once reaching ringside, he stares into the camera for a while before turning towards the ring steps and marches up them. Upon entering the ring, he climbs up the turnbuckles and poses for the crowd. Jerry Lawler says that last week Randy Orton was in a singles match with Mark Henry and out of nowhere Alberto Del Rio and his manager attempted to attack Orton but ultimately failed. Randy is now in the center of the ring with a microphone ready to speak.

Randy Orton then begins to talk about how last week he was originally supposed to face the “World's Strongest Man” but instead almost got whacked with a chair. He shows the scene on the titantron. Fading back to Randy Orton, he then states that Henry got hit in the line of fire. The crowd pops remembering what happened on the last RAW episode. Randy then says that not only did Del Rio tried to attack him but Alberto tried to put him on the sidelines with that steel chair. He then begins to call Del Rio a coward because of his poorly-planned, unsuccessful, hit and run endeavour. Randy Orton absorbs some pop before saying that the WWE Universe knows Orton to be the “Apex Predator” and if Alberto Del Rio wants to attack him, Orton isn't mad. Randy accepts his challenge because he knows why he was almost smacked with a chair. He points to the titantron and it shows Orton walking away from an interview with Matt Striker and bumping into Alberto's manager, Ricardo Rodriguez who bumps into Alberto Del Rio. Although smiling at “The Viper”, obviously that wasn't the end of that altercation. Fading back to Orton, the “Apex Predator” challenges Del Rio to a match.

“Realeza” plays and Ricardo Rodriguez appears. Ricardo walks down the ramp alone. The crowd gives a small yet confused pop. Ricardo slides into the ring with a microphone in his hand. He raises it to his face and while the entrance music, he starts to say how pathetic Orton is. He informs the “Apex Predator” that Alberto laughed at his challenge and will not be fighting you because he doesn't have any reason to. The crowd pops. Cutting Orton off, Ricardo shouts at him telling him he wasn't done talking which makes Orton laugh at the fact that he isn't a wrestler but he is so close to irritating him. Ricardo then continues to say that Alberto thinks that Orton is a peasant and doesn't want to touch him, let alone fight a peasant because it won't benefit him. He already made his status as the new “Apex Predator” and if you want to fight him you better find a better reason than revenge. Ricardo smirks as the crowd pops. Randy Orton says if Alberto needs a better reason then he will give him the perfect one. He drops the microphone and RKO's Ricardo Rodriguez! He takes off his merchandized shirt and moves to the opposite corner! Jim Ross says that he is going to punt Alberto's manager for that match. “Wait! Wait!” Alberto Del Rio says as he runs down the ramp. At ringside, he says if he punts Ricardo Rodriguez then he will regret it. Jerry Lawler tells Orton to punt Ricardo! Micheal Cole calls Lawler a soul-less menace. Randy looks at Alberto Del Rio then his manager and punt kicks him! The crowd goes nuts as Alberto tells Orton that the match is on, but it isn't a singles match. It is a last man standing match because he is going to (in Spanish) beat his ass! Del Rio pulls Ricardo out of the ring and walks him up the ramp. The scene cuts to the announcers who talk about what just happened. Jim Ross talks about how Orton and Alberto Del Rio are going to be fighting in a last man standing match and how violent the match will be can't even be expressed in words. Micheal Cole says that in addition to the huge match that we also have the huge contract signing. Jerry Lawler adds not to forget the Handicap match of Henry vs KENTA and Mr. Kennedy and the Tag Team Match of The Usos and the Motor City Machine Guns. Jerry Lawler also says that the #AngelinaVsKaitlyn option in RAWactive received the highest vote, along with a graphic on the screen to confirm that the #AngelinaVsKaitlyn was in the lead. Jim Ross adds that that isn't even it, the GM also has some things to say about the tag team and diva's division, so don't turn the channel! The scene fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

“Papercut” by Linkin Park plays and the crowd pops. Angelina Love appears on the stage and walks down the ramp. The commentators inform the viewers watching at home that Angelina Love interrupted the match between Kaitlyn and Beth Phoenix by appearing on the titantron and distracting Beth Phoenix who lost the match and took her anger out on Kaitlyn with an impressive Glam Slam. Angelina walks up the steel steps and enters the ring. “Spin The Bottle” by Ashley Jana plays and Kaitlyn appears on the ramp. Kaitlyn appears on the ramp walking down and sliding into the ring, faster than last week. She shakes the hand of Angelina Love and warms up in her corner.

Match #1|Non-Title
Kaitlyn vs Angelina Love
Singles Match


RECAP: An exciting match-up to say the least with an even competition between two skilled females. Kaitlyn would have the upper-hand in the first half but it would all change after a bad diving splash by Kaitlyn results in a thud to the canvas. Angelina Love rolls out onto the ring apron and goes to the top rope. She waits for Kaitlyn to get up and completes a diving hurricanrana! The crowd gives the move its respected pop as Kaitlyn gets hit with three forearm smashes to the skull followed by a snapmare. Angelina runs to the ropes and bounces off to connect with a dropkick to the seated Kaitlyn. Angelina goes for the pin. The referee counts 1! 2! Kick out on 2! Angelina picks up Kaitlyn and Love throws her to the corner but Kaitlyn reverses. Kaitlyn walks to the corner and slaps Angelina Love. Kaitlyn then throws Angelina to the other corner who reverses it on her! Angelina rushes into Kaitlyn but gets speared in the process! Kaitlyn goes to pin Angelina and the referee counts 1! 2! 2.5 Kaitlyn gets frustrated and begins to pick up Angelina. Angelina Love breaks out and runs to the ropes and coming back she goes for a spontaneous hurricanrana but Kaitlyn traps her in powerbomb position. She takes a running start and slams Angelina love down to the canvas. She then locks in the Lotus Lock! Angelina has no choice but to tap!

Winner : Kaitlyn

Kaitlyn celebrates by going to the top ropes. Out of nowhere, Beth Phoenix and Kharma slides into the ring! She waits for Kaitlyn to turn around. Kaitlyn turns around and dives onto Phoenix but Phoenix grabs her and hits a Samoan Drop. Kharma goes to the top rope and flattens Kaitlyn with an amazing splash. Beth Phoenix turns her attention over to Angelina Love who is seated in the corner confused and frightened. She wants no part of the 2 on 1 assault. Unfortunately, Beth gets her hands on Angelina Love and locks in the Glam Slam. Kharma taunts Angelina because she has no means of escape. Beth slams Angelina into the ring with a Glam Slam and pose. The commentators say that the Diva's division is having an all-out war and no one in that locker room is safe from these two women. The scene fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

The scene fades back to Mark Henry lifting a massive weight faster than the average man. The camera zooms out and Mr. Kennedy walks into the shot. He watches the focused behemoth lift up the weight. Mr. Kennedy asks Henry if it is heavy. Henry obviously ignores him but Kennedy keeps talking. Kennedy tells Henry that strength isn't everything because Kennedy isn't exactly a self-proclaimed strongman but he is a former world champion just like him. Kennedy then continues to say that Henry dug himself into his own trap with this handicap match. Henry then puts the weights down and goes to do push ups. Mr. Kennedy grins and keeps talking trash. Kennedy tells Henry that all this exercise won't help him because KENTA and himself are actually a surprisingly effective combo and that Henry's career may end tonight. Kennedy then gives him the opportunity to to back out of the match with his limbs still intact. Henry gets up and goes over to the punching bags and punches with full force. Kennedy smirks and leaves calling Henry “The World's Strongest Fluke”. This time, Kennedy's insults get to him to the point of him stopping and watching Mr. Kennedy leave. The scene fades to The Usos in the ring warming up .The announcers tell the viewers at home that this is the tag team division match of the night. Jerry Lawler says after Jimmy Uso defeated Gangrel last week on RAW, the Motor City Machine Guns challenged the Usos to a friendly match. “Motorcity” plays on the PA system and the exciting duo run onto stage. The crowd erupts as Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin run down the ramp and slides into the ring. Jim Ross says that he likes this exciting young tag team. Micheal Cole says that they are OK.

Match #2|Non-Title
The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Uso) vs Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin)
Tag Team Match


RECAP: This was a chemistry-filled tag team match which starts off with Alex Shelley and Jey Uso. Jey took most of the punishment. Alex Shelley Irish whips Jey to the corner and tags in Chris Sabin. Both Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin takes some steps back before nailing a double super kick to the cornered Jey Uso! The Uso falls to the floor lifeless and Sabin goes to pin Jey. The referee counts. 1! 2! Kick out! Chris Sabin picks up Jey and goes for a suplex but Jey counters and flips Sabin over connecting a reversal suplex in his corner. Jimmy gets tagged in by Jey and Jey picks up Sabin and throws him to the ropes. Bouncing back, Jey flings Chris Sabin in the air with a Back Body Drop. Alex Shelley seems frustrated as he wants to be tagged in. As Jey is exiting to the ring apron, Jimmy Uso goes to the top rope and completes a diving headbutt to the gut of Sabin. He then picks up the battered Sabin and completes a full nelson bomb. The crowd cheers for the Usos but still gives an overall mixed pop as both teams are fan favorites. Jimmy pins Sabin. The ref counts. 1! Kick out! Sabin gets picked up by Jimmy Uso and thrown back into the Usos corner but Chris Sabin hits a brutal enzuigiri to Jey Uso who flies off the ring apron. Chris then lands a few punches on Jimmy Uso then dropkicks Jimmy. He then goes to the ring apron and waits for Jimmy to get up and once at a vertical base, Sabin hits a springboard tornado DDT. Both of them are down. The crowd cheers as Shelly has been out of most of the match and Sabin took most of the beating. Jimmy tags Jey and Chris tags in Shelley! Shelley jumps into the ring and thrust kicks Jey in the gut and connects with two middle kicks then finishes with a super kick! Jey goes down to the canvas! Shelley stomps on his shoulders wildly before the referee separates him. Jimmy springs up and goes for a super kick but Alex Shelley reverses with a leg sweep before picking him up and throwing him to the corner and connecting with a Sliced Bread #2! He pins Jimmy Uso! The referee counts. 1! 2! 3!

Winner : Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley)

The Usos roll out of the ring, defeated and walk up the ramp when Gangrel and Kevin Thorn run down the ramp and run past the Usos and slide in the ring. The lights go out for a while. The crowd goes crazy. Micheal Cole says that the Motor City Machine Guns are probably getting their asses handed to them. Jim Ross says that the lights are off and that it isn't definite. Jerry Lawler says that Gangrel and his debuting partner are beating down the probably exhausted Motor City Machine Guns but why not the Usos? The lights go on and the Motor City Machine Guns had a massive blood bath. Gangrel has a microphone in his hand. He says that this was a message to the Usos. Gangrel says that Thorn and himself are the dominant tag team in the WWE today. Gangrel says that they will be facing the Motor City Machine Guns next week and drops the microphone. Gangrel picks up Chris Sabin and lands a Impaler DDT while Kevin Thorn picks up Alex Shelley and lands a Crucifix powerbomb. A graphic appears saying that the General Manager, AJ will be making an announcement about the Diva and Tag Team Division. This scene fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

The scene fades to the General Manager, AJ Lee in the center of the ring, dressed casual, with a microphone in her hand. AJ Lee then begins to say that the diva and tag team division is explosive. The crowd pops as the first two matches were very exciting and were full of twists, turns and even blood! AJ Lee then says that on behalf of Smackdown and RAW, with the written approval from Theodore Long, both RAW's tag teams and Smackdown's tag teams will be competing for the next weeks or so to qualify for the fatal four way elimination tag team match for the Unified Tag Team championships. AJ Lee stops and lets the crowd pop .Jerry Lawler then says that the tag team division has been great these weeks and that he hopes to see the best of RAW's tag teams to represent RAW. AJ then says that on behalf of the Diva's division that she will be booking a fatal-four way for the diva's at Extreme Rules. The crowd cheers! AJ then ends by saying that next week there will be two tag team matches, Angelina and Kaitlin will be facing Kharma and Beth Phoenix. The crowd cheers as this is a heated match up. AJ then says that the winners of the match will be two of the four divas in the Extreme Rules fatal-four way divas match. Jerry Lawler says that this is an amazing idea by RAW's General Manager. AJ then says that Gangrel and Kevin Thorn will be taking on the team of Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin in a tornado tag team match and the winner of the match will be one of the teams will secure their spot in the Extreme Rules Fatal-Four Way match. The crowd pops as AJ dismisses herself and the screen fades to a video package:


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The background happens to be a empty ring with only one light shining down the middle, flickering.

They said that I would never make it.

A shady figure appears in the ring, voice obviously edited to sound different. The scene pans slowly to the left.

Upset victory? I think not.

A world heavyweight championship is shot close-up on.

For the people who remember me would say that I was second-rate to him. I got less publicity. Well, he's gone now and I'm the leader.

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To be a leader you must lead by example.

He poses with the championship.

April 16th. Reality check for the WWE Universe. I didn't come alone.

The figure is seen turning his head to the championship.
The video package fades to Wade Barrett walking down the ramp. The crowd are giving him an immense shower of pop. Wade Barrett has a microphone in his hand and he slides into the ring. He begins to say that the RAW locker room will be experiencing the Barrett Barrage. What he means by that is that, while pacing back and forth speaking, he will be issuing an open match to night to anyone who thinks that they can defeat Wade Barrett (speaking in third person). He drops the microphone and waits for his opponent.







BOOM! The arena's lighting goes red and the stage explodes in pyrotechnics. The crowd knows that there could be only one man who could be accepting this match: The Big Red Monster! Kane's theme song hits the PA system and the crowd erupts in pop! With a referee behind him, Kane is walking slowly and sinister down the ramp and into the ring. He stares Barrett cold in the face and raises his hands in the air before swinging them down and the ring corner's explode in fiery-red flames. The arena's lighting goes back to normal. Micheal Cole says that the “Big Red Machine” wants to take on Barret's challenge. The referee rings the bell for the match to get started.

Match #3|Non-Title
Wade Barret vs Kane
Singles Match


RECAP: Wade Barrett dominated most of the match with his punches and grapples. Wade Barrett then took the match outside the ring. The referee counts 1! Wade Barrett throws Kane over the barricade and runs into the ring. 2! 3! 4! 5! Kane gets over the barricade. Jerry Lawler questions if Wade Barrett issued the open challenge why would he want to win via count out. Micheal Cole says that all Wade wants to do is show that he could win against anybody. Kane slides into the ring and uppercuts Wade Barrett which makes him stumble back. Kane then connects with a snapmare then continues with a dropkick. Kane then goes to the top rope and waits for Wade Barrett to go to the top rope. Kane dives off for a flying clothesline but Barrett grabs Kane for a Wasteland. The crowd pops but Kane elbows Barrett. Barrett lets him go and Kane goes for a chokeslam but Wade Barrett elbows the back of Kane's head which makes Kane release his grip. Kane rushes Wade Barrett and tries to go for another chokeslam but Wade Barrett big boots Kane and nearly fractures the “Big Red Machine”'s skull. Both Barrett and Kane falls to the canvas as the announcers says that the match will be continuing on RAW as they fade to commercial.

Commercial Break

As the commercial break ends and it fades back to Monday Night RAW, Kane has “The Bare Knuckle Brawler” in a bear hug .The announcers says that Barrett took a devastating blow to the head from Kane. The replay video shows that during the commercial break, Wade Barrett was running over to the cornered and dazed Kane for a clothesline but ended up eating the turnbuckle, Kane then connected by running to the ropes, bouncing off the ropes and flattening Barrett with a running DDT. As the video replay moves off the screen, Barrett is resisting this massively effective bear hug. Kane isn't giving any signs of weakening his hold and Barrett may be tapping out! Barrett then gets back to his senses and elbows Kane while probably knocking out some teeth in the process. Kane has to let go as Barrett then connects with some punches. Wade Barrett then takes a few steps then hits a big boot but Kane ducks and the referee gets knocked out by mistake. Th referee is down and Kane goes for a chokeslam and connects! Kane pins Wade Barrett but no one is there to count the pin. Kane then goes over to wake up the ref. It takes a while but eventually the referee recovers and as soon as Wade Barrett did. Barrett then picks up Kane and slams him down with a pumphandle falling powerslam. The crowd cheers as this match has come down to who has more energy and heart, The “Big Red Machine” rolls out of the ring. Barrett isn't too far behind. Barrett then goes to Irish whips Kane into the steel steps but Kane reverses it! Kane rolls Barrett into the ring and slides in the ring himself. He leans on the corner and poses in anticipation for the chokeslam. He grabs Barrett by the throat, lifts him in the air and slams him down for a chokeslam. The referee recovers Kane pins Wade Barrett. 1! 2! 3!

Winner: Kane

Kane celebrates as Barrett slides out of the ring disappointed. The scene then fades to a graphic of RAWactive showing a poll of which out of the blue match would be exciting to see on RAW.


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PrimoVsKENTA
ZigglerVsKennedy
DanielVsMVP
Micheal Cole adds in his two cents by saying that he would like to see Dolph Ziggler take on Kennedy. Jerry then says that it isn't his choice, it is the WWE Universe's choice. The graphic fades away as Jim Ross then adds in that Alberto Del Rio will be facing the “Apex Predator” Randy Orton in a last man standing match. Micheal Cole then adds in that the WWE Champion and the number one contender will be signing an official contract to face each other in an extreme rules match at Extreme Rules. The camera then cuts over to KENTA walking down the locker room hallway and entering a locker room. The scene fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

Fading back, Lillian Garcia is in the ring. She tells the crowd that this match is a Handicap match. “Airbourne” plays as Mr. Kennedy walks down the ring, cutting off Lillian Garcia. Kennedy walks down the ramp and marches up the steel steps then enters the ring. Motioning Garcia to exit the ring, the arena lights dim and Kennedy reaches in the air for the falling microphone. He asks for everyone's attention. He informs the crowd that he weighs 246 pounds and hails from...Green...Bay...Wisconsin! He is...Mr....Kennedy! He goes to the top rope and absorbs some pop before saying...”Kennedy”. “Hard In Da Paint” plays as the camera is set on the stage waiting for KENTA to appear. The camera cuts to KENTA jumping over the barricade. KENTA slides into the ring. Micheal Cole says that Kane and KENTA were victorious and the intercontinental champion could continue his streak because of the numbers advantage. Mark Henry's theme hits the PA System as Henry comes out focused an a bit pissed at Mr. Kennedy's previous taunt of Henry up-close. Jerry Lawler disagrees with Micheal Cole's previous statement by saying that Mark Henry is the “World's Strongest Man” and that he faced more than 2 people not to mention that he can lift KENTA and Kennedy at the same time. Jim Ross adds that he may be targeting Mr. Kennedy after he obligated to taunt Henry while he was warming up before the match. The referee rings the bell.

Match #4|Non-Title
Mark Henry vs KENTA and Mr. Kennedy
Handicap Match


RECAP: This match wasn't as one sided as it seems. Henry did not dominate the two but Kennedy and KENTA did not have a huge advantage as they thought. The match started off with KENTA and Henry. KENTA lands some kicks on The World's Strongest Man in an attempt to weaken the behemoth. Henry grabs his head and headbutts him which makes KENTA stumble an impressive distance back. Henry then approaches KENTA and throws him into the opposite corner of Mr. Kennedy. He then connects with an explosive body avalanche which KENTA screams in pain and falls to the ground. Henry pins KENTA to the ground and pounds him with his massive hooks to the face. The crowd pops as Jim Ross talks about how KENTA needs to make a tag to his fresh partner. The referee separates Henry from KENTA and KENTA crawls over to Mr. Kennedy but Kennedy surprisingly drops to the floor not wanting to be tagged in yet. KENTA gets pissed off as he is greeted again by Henry's strength. Henry lifts him up for a military press drop but KENTA squirms his way out of the grapple and kicks Henry's head which makes him stumble into the corner. He then starts to kick the chest and skull of Henry. Henry then drops, being seated in the corner. KENTA then looks at Kennedy and starts to walk over to him but then smirks before running back over to Henry and booting him across the skull. Kennedy smirks. Cole then argues about how KENTA had the opportunity to tag in Kennedy but he didn't. Ross says that maybe he didn't need to tag in someone else. Lawler says that RAW will return shortly after their commercial break.

Commercial Break

Fading back to the match between KENTA and Kennedy vs Mark Henry, Henry has gotten the advantage with both KENTA and Kennedy grounded at ringside. The replay shows that after KENTA tagged Mr. Kennedy during commercial break, Henry literally collided into KENTA and made both KENTA and Kennedy fall out the ring with a spear. Coming back to the match itself, the referee is on 5! Mark Henry exits the ring and grabs Kennedy by the head and hits his head on the steel steps. Kennedy goes down lifeless as KENTA tries to make an effort and hits a punch to the back of Henry who turns around and headbutts KENTA. The referee is on 8! Henry slides Kennedy into the ring and slides into the ring himself. Henry picks up Kennedy and tries a World's Strongest Slam but Kennedy elbows Henry. Henry lets Kennedy go and Kennedy kicks The World's Strongest Man in the guy before landing a snap DDT. Kennedy then goes to tag KENTA but KENTA drops to the concrete floor. Micheal Cole says KENTA gave Kennedy payback. Kennedy gets turned around and slammed to the ground for an World's Strongest Slam. Henry pins Kennedy .1! 2! 3!

Winner: Mark Henry

Kennedy slides out of the ring and turns KENTA around and they start to argue. Jim Ross says that they had the number advantage and they still lost. Lawler says that the Intercontinental champion will have some competition. KENTA walks away then nails a super kick on Kennedy! KENTA then gets a mixed pop and the scene cuts to AJ Lee talking to John Cena. AJ Lee is saying that she must keep her professionalism but that she is giving luck to Cena. Cena shifts his championship on his shoulder and thanks AJ. Cena then walks away. Lawler says that obviously that was the last bit of the conversation but AJ picked sides on this one. The scene fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

Fading back, the ring is designed with a decorated wooden table, a chair on opposite sides and a contract on the center of the table. John Cena's music plays and Cena bursts out of from behind the stage. The WWE Champion salutes to the crowd who welcomes him in with a massive pop. He runs down the ramp and slides into the ring. “Cult Of Personality” plays on the PA system and CM Punk enters from behind the stage. CM Punk appears and walks down the ramp. Lawler says that he has been waiting for this all night. Punk slides into the ring with a microphone.

As CM Punk's theme song fades away, AJ Lee is seen walking down the ramp but CM Punk has no patience and begins to speak. He says that he respects Cena now for actually giving him the opportunity and prove him wrong. Punk adds that he recalls Cena saying that his best in the world reign was over. CM Punk insults Cena by saying his “Best In The World” reign will end when Cena's “Five Moves Of Doom” ends. The statement gets a moderate pop. Cena replies to Punk by saying that Punk didn't win the match. CM Punk along with Paul Heyman won the match. The crowd gives a small mixed pop. Cena adds that this only proves that a man, (correcting himself by saying little boy) would do anything to win the match including cheat.

Cena says that Punk really needs to grow up and face the facts that if he needs Paul Heyman to help him win the number one contendership match, then imagine an extreme rules match where there isn't any disqualifications which means if Paul Heyman touches him or the referee then he will drive Paul through a goddamn table! The crowd pops. Cena and Punk leans over to sign the contract simultaneously and they both stop and back away letting each other sign. Punk then raises the microphone to his mouth and tells him to sign it first since he is the champion. Cena then smirks and signs the contract. Cena then puts the pen down and backs away. Punk signs the contract and AJ says that it is official. Cena then nods and raises his championship. Once turned around, CM Punk rushes to Cena who turns around just in time and dunks so that Punk goes over the ropes and touches the floor. Jerry “The King” Lawler then says that Punk failed at trying to cheap shot Cena. Jim Ross states that Punk better get ready for Extreme Rules. The scene fades to commercial.

Commercial Break

The scene fades back to Randy Orton and Alberto Del Rio currently in the ring. Lillian Garcia introduces both Del Rio and Orton. The referee rings the bell and the match starts.

Match #5|Non-Title
Randy Orton vs Alberto Del Rio
Last Man Standing Match


RECAP : The match started out with Alberto Del Rio hitting a clothesline to Orton which made both of them fall to ringside. Alberto Del Rio then Irish whips Orton into the steel steps. Orton hits the steps and collapses on the floor. Orton tries to get up again but Del Rio picks him up and slams his head multiple times on the steel steps. Jerry Lawler says that Del Rio was ready for this match. Micheal Cole says that the “New Apex Predator” is giving revenge for that nasty kick to Ricardo Rodriguez which is why Lilian Garcia introduced Del Rio. Del Rio then goes under the ring and receives a steel chair. He then goes for a swing but the Apex Predator moves out of the way then drop kicks the chair into the chest of Del Rio! They both go down. The crowd cheers as Micheal Cole says that even with the punishment to the skull Randy Orton took he can still pull off moves like that! Randy gets up and picks up the chair. He places it strategically in between Del Rio's leg. He takes a few steps back, takes a running start and hits a knee drop onto the chair! Alberto Del Rio grabs his leg in pain and squirms in agony. Orton goes to pin Del Rio. 1! 2! Kick out by Del Rio! Randy then picks up Del Rio and slides him into the ring. Orton then gets into the ring and stomps on his legs. Randy Orton then picks up Del Rio who explodes with energy and kicks Orton's legs. Del Rio goes to the ropes, bounces off and gets hit with a Lou Thesz Press by Randy Orton! Jerry Lawler emphasizes how Orton is unloading punches onto the skull of the self-proclaimed Apex Predator. Randy then slides out of the ring and rummages under it. He picks up a table and slides it into the ring. Alberto is up by this time and he goes for a surprise cross arm-breaker. This works for all of 3 seconds until Randy Orton grabs the ropes. The referee has no choice but to separate the “Apex Predator” from the “New Apex Predator”. Del Rio then throws Randy Orton to the corner and hits an enzuigiri which makes Randy Orton fall lifeless to the floor. Alberto holds his head and walk to the table before setting in up in the opposite corner of Randy Orton. He picks up Randy Orton before Irish whipping him into the table but no! He reverses but no he reverses the reverse but no! RKO! RKO! Randy Orton RKO's Alberto Del Rio! Randy pins Alberto .1! 2! 3-NO! The referee sees the leg on the ropes. Randy then goes in the corner and taunts Del Rio. He is waiting for Del Rio to get in position for a Punt Kick but Del Rio rolls out of the ring. Randy Orton nods and exits the ring goes after him but Del Rio smacks Orton across the skull with a chair! Jim Ross says that the chair shot could have put Randy Orton into an concussion! Micheal Cole says that, the tactic the “New Apex Predator” used was flawless and brilliant. Jerry Lawler says that RAW will be back shortly.

Commercial Break

The scene fades back to Randy Orton giving Alberto Del Rio a wrenching chin lock. The referee asks Del Rio, if he wants to tap but Alberto Del Rio declines and declines. Alberto physically breaks the lock of Orton then hits a high kick to the side of Randy Orton's face. Alberto then slides out of the ring and walks up the ramp apparently giving up. Randy Orton then slides out the ring and follows him. Alberto Del Rio turns around and ducks a clothesline from Orton, when Orton turns around Alberto goes for a high kick but Alberto ducks and Orton throws Del Rio off the ramp and he hits the concrete floor with a thud. The crowd roars as Orton goes to the stage and stalks Del Rio. The referee runs up the ramp and checks on the condition of Del Rio. Randy Orton steps down to the concrete floor and pushes the referee away. He then picks up Alberto Del Rio and slides him onto the stage then places him in powerbomb position. The crowd pops as Micheal Cole worries about where Orton is planning to slam him: Off the stage or possibly even through the stage. Out of nowhere, Ricardo Rodriguez comes out with a neck brace and crutches. The crowd erupts in pop and Ricardo literally dives at Randy Orton. Orton goes down with a thud! Alberto then runs down the ramp. Randy Orton then pushes Ricardo Rodriguez off of him. He chases Alberto down the ramp and Del Rio slides into the ring. Randy Orton slides into the ring but Alberto Del Rio stomps on the back of the Viper. Del Rio then stares at the table. He then looks down at the battered Randy Orton. He then picks Orton up who still has some energy left in his tank. Orton hits an inverted headlock backbreaker. Jerry Lawler questions who is going to be put through the table. Orton then stumbles back near the table and taunts for an RKO. Ricardo is at ringside! Orton locks eyes with Ricardo Rodriguez. He keeps his attention on Ricardo Rodriguez. Alberto gets up and rushes at Randy Orton but bad timing. Randy Orton hits a flapjack through the table! Randy pins Alberto Del Rio and the referee counts! 1! 2! 3!

Winner : Randy Orton

Randy Orton celebrates by sliding out of the ring and going to the crowd. Jim Ross congratulates Randy Orton on his victory. Jerry Lawler says that his wife and their daughter is at ringside. Orton gives a quick kiss to his wife then turns back to Alberto Del Rio. He searches under the ring and grabs another chair. He slides that into the ring then finds the previous chair. He places one chair under the face of Del Rio and grips the second chair. Micheal Cole barks at Orton telling him that this isn't needed, plus he already won the match! Randy Orton lifts the chair in the air until Del Rio springs up and tackles Orton into a corner and unloads punches. They brawl across the ring! Randy Orton hits Alberto across the face and makes him bleed! This bloody mess fades away as RAW ends.



Confirmed For Next RAW

Non-Title|Tag Team Match
Kaitlyn and Angelina Love vs Beth Phoenix and Kharma

Non-Title|Tag Team
MCMG vs The Brood 3.0
Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin|Gangrel and Thorn

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Wade Barret's Open Challenge
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April 13th, 2012

A Street Fight Of The Ages

Kurt Angle and Chris Jericho fight with no restrictions.

Last week, the man who is "The Best In The World At What He Does" was using the beginning of Smackdown to rant about two men who is in his way of the vacated World Heavyweight Championship. Chris Jericho called Kurt Angle a "No-body" and his achievement as the only Olympic Gold Medalist Wrestler, "an poor excuse to carry his career." He would then call Brock Lesnar a "useless musclehead" and said that he beat people bigger and tougher than Lesnar. Chris Jericho even went out of his way to say that Brock has not even won the World Heavyweight Championship. Nonetheless, after waiting in the ring for Teddy Long to "give him the championship" but ultimately Chris Jericho was forced to compete in a singles match with Brock Lesnar. After arguing with the referee, Chris Jericho scored a huge victory with a schoolboy pin. After an enormous victory, Kurt Angle jumped the crowd barrier and nailed a huge Angle Slam on Brock Lesnar than told Angle that he will be facing Angle in a street fight!

Prime Time Players vs World's Greatest Tag Team

Two rising tag teams face each other on SMACKDOWN

As we heard for many, many, many weeks about the debut of the new show from Titus O'Neal and Darren Young (aka the Prime Time Players). Upon debut of their show, they had a surprisingly entertaining segment with the tag team Champions, the Hardy Boyz. After not getting the praise for being an arguably great tag team, the Prime Time Players defeated Zema Ion and Curt Hawkins later that night. After defeating two superstars, the GM Theodore Long booked a match between the World's Greatest Tag Team who do not have much momentum on their side. WWE Exclusive: Todd Grisham caught up with the World's Greatest Tag Team and asked them their final thoughts about their match and Shelton said "Wrestlemania is behind us and this is a new era. We will become the new Unified Tag Team Champions but for now, leave us be." Chris Harris had no comment.

This Weeks Cruiserweight Showcase

Rey Mysterio vs Zema Ion Booked On SmackDown

Last week the international sensation, Sin Cara and the amazing South African, Justin Gabriel showcased the first cruiserweight division match of the post-Wrestlemania Era. This week cruiserweight champion Sin Cara's mentor, Rey Mysterio will take on Zema Ion in singles competition. Not much is known about Ion but he will have his hands full with his opponent, a former cruiserweight champion and a veteran high-flier and if Ion wins he will be coming off a loss from last week.



SD Card (so far)

Non-Title|Street Fight
Chris Jericho vs Kurt Angle

Non-Title|Tag Team
Prime Time Players vs World's Greatest Tag Team
Titus O'Neal & Darren Young|Shelton Benjamin & Chris Harris

Also

Prime Time Players Interview Segment Featuring The World's Greatest Tag Team
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I must say I like the 'WWE Refresher' thing, it lets me know if I've missed anything without having to go and browse the previous episode.

Big main event for tonight here, but don't you think its a little early in the feud for a Last Man Standing match? That match type is usually used as a blow-off match to a big feud rather than the first match of one. Other than that, good opening segment.

Nice match between the two divas, I'm assuming they're faces? The post-match beatdown was pretty good, and should set up a nice divas feud for the time being.

Kennedy getting in the head of Henry early, I still reckon Henry'll win though, with Kennedy ditching KENTA.

Wow, this was a really good tag match, but another post-match beatdown? At little much, but you've got another good feud for the foreseeable future.

Good idea to spice up the stale Diva's/Tag Team divisions. My early picks are MCMG and Beth & Kharma.

Still don't know who this vignette could be about. Maybe a former Nexus member, but it's still really up in the air.

Another good match, and no post-match beat-down this time When Barrett accidentally knocked out the ref, I thought he would win it for sure, but you proved me wrong.

A championship feud now between KENTA & Kennedy? My pick was half right...

Nice contract signing, and everybody knows whenever there's a contract signing in WWE, there'll be a fight, and this one wasn't much different. How far away is Extreme Rules in BTB time?

The main event was a very good match, but are pinfalls allowed in Last Man Standing matches? Going back to my previous point, I think this should have been a No Holds Barred match or something, as you could have had the same finish and then built up to a Last Man Standing match sometime in the future.

This was a good show; my only real complaint is about the unneeded Last Man Standing stipulation, but otherwise it was a good show; I think you slightly improved on last week's show.

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