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Note: This show has been written up in short form as per the request of some of my readers; the final SmackDown before Elimination Chamber will also be short form before I resume detailed writing for the PPV and weekly shows.

WWE Main Event - Wednesday 13 February 2013



Main Event begins with Lillian Garcia stood in the middle of the ring as Michael Cole and JBL welcome viewers to the show. Garcia introduced the new General Manager of Main Event, William Regal. Regal gets a full entrance and the crowd cheers as Regal, dressed in a smart suit, makes his way to the ring. Regal thanks Lillian and takes the mic, welcoming fans to his first night as Main Event GM. He announces that later on tonight the team of John Morrison and Daniel Bryan will face Big Show and Intercontinental Champion The Miz in a Tag Team match. Regal then calls Antonio Cesaro to the ring. After a short pause, Cesaro’s music hits and he makes his way to the ring. He is dressed to wrestle and holds the European Championship belt high as he makes his way to the ring.

Once in the ring, Regal feeds to a replay of Cesaro on Raw, where he states that “it is a joke that management do not recognise this title”. Regal says as a former European Champion and a traditionalist, he is inclined to agree. He says he is therefore exercising his new powers to re-sanction the European Championship, saying the title will be defended exclusively on Main Event. Cesaro is delighted by the news, he shakes Regal’s hand and looks to exit the ring. Regal asks him where he’s going and orders him back into the ring, before declaring that he will defend the title right here, right now, against this man…

There is a pause before Drew McIntyre’s music hits to cheers from the crowd. Cesaro sells fury in the ring as the announcers remind viewers that McIntyre defeated Cesaro this past Monday on Raw. JBL sells excitement at the European Championship been re-sanctioned as a Main Event exclusive and says we are in for an incredible title match.
Much like their match on Raw, Cesaro and McIntyre put on a solid performance that has the crowd fully-invested in the near-falls. The match goes long; but shortly after the first commercial break of the show Cesaro connects with the Neutraliser. He goes for the pin, but McIntyre shocks the crowd when he kicks out just before the 3! The crowd pops big and Cesaro sells shock, JBL says the only explanation is McIntyre’s desire to be European Champion. Cesaro continues to protest with the referee, and McIntyre sneaks up behind with the roll-up. 1… 2… KICK OUT! The crowd thought McIntyre had it won, but Cesaro powers out. Both men spring to their feet, but Cesaro walks into a vicious big boot. The crowd cheer as a passionate McIntyre picks up a prone Cesaro, hooks both arms and plants him with the Futureshock! 1… 2… 3!
Drew McIntyre def. Antonio Cesaro to become European Champion


The crowd goes wild as McIntyre’s music hits. He falls to his knees in celebration as the referee hands him the newly instated European Championship. Michael Cole says this has been the most dramatic match he has seen on Main Event and it is all down to the new GM William Regal!

Cesaro is shown looking heart-broken at ringside, the announcers note he will likely get a rematch down the line, but for now it’s all about McIntyre! As Drew poses on the turnbuckle with his new gold, the announcers feed to the Raw Rebound. It highlights Paul Heyman offering Triple H an I Quit match against Brock Lesnar at Elimination Chamber, with his job as COO on the line. Will Triple H accept? Find out on SmackDown!

Back from the break, Drew McIntyre is interviewed by Renee Young. He says winning the European Championship as a Scot is the proudest moment of his career, and that he will be a fighting champion that will not be shy of any challenger.

Live in the arena, Alex Riley’s music plays to a small babyface reaction. The announcers explain that William Regal has promised “forgotten talent” a platform to get noticed on Main Event as Riley hits the ring. The World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler is out as his opponent to loud boos. As he makes his way to the ring, we’re shown a replay of Ziggler beating down both Randy Orton and Chris Jericho with a steel chair on Raw, before a graphic previews Ziggler vs Orton for the World Title at Elimination Chamber.
Despite a small flurry of early offence, Riley is clearly no match for the World Champion. Ziggler hits the Fameasser at the 2 minute mark, but elects not to go for the cover. He cockily waits for Riley to stumble to his feet before dropping him with a vicious Superkick. Again, no cover. Instead Ziggler imitates Ric Flair before applying the Figure Four to Riley, who screams in pain as he taps desperately.
Dolph Ziggler def. Alex Riley


Dolph continues to apply the hold a little longer before relinquishing. He demands the mic and his title belt from the ringside. The crowd boo as Ziggler says the world saw a preview of what’s in Randy Orton’s future. He says Orton is a shell of the “old Viper” and that he will make Randy tap just like Alex Riley tapped tonight.

Backstage, Randy Orton is shown watching what Ziggler said. Renee Young asks for his response. Orton says he is still the same Viper and vows to Punt Ziggler in the head come Sunday and take back the World Title that Ziggler “stole”.

Another Raw Rebound follows, this time focusing on the latest in the feud between CM Punk and The Rock. Rock stands tall following a contract signing, but does the No DQ stipulation favour the sadistic and dangerous CM Punk?

Back from the break and the Prime Time Players are in the ring. The announcers feed to a graphic that shows it will be the Players, Fortunate Generation and Tag Champs Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara in the first ever Tag Championship Elimination Chamber match this Sunday. Rey Mysterio makes his entrance but, unlike O’Neil, is not accompanied by his tag partner Sin Cara. The announcers play up the continuing communication issues that Rey and Sin Cara have been having, before noting Rey is not 100% after suffering a beating at the hands of Fortunate Generation on Raw.
Rey’s weakened state is exploited by the powerful O’Neil, who dominates Rey for the opening five minutes of their match. Rey makes his usual comeback at the six minute mark and gets Titus in position for the 619, but Darren Young hits the ring and delivers a big clothesline to Rey, drawing the DQ.
Rey Mysterio def. Titus O’Neil (w/ Darren Young) via DQ


The Players begin a 2-on-1 attack on Rey as the crowd cheers for Sin Cara, but he is nowhere to be seen. Instead they watch on as O’Neil plants Rey with a Sky High. Young takes Rey’s Tag Title belt from ringside and yells into Rey’s face that the Prime Time Players are the next Tag Team Champions. The announcers question why Sin Cara didn’t make the save for his partner.

Backstage, William Regal is in his new office as GM of Main Event when an angry Antonio Cesaro enters. He says it was unfair for Regal to put him in a title match with no warning. Regal counters that Cesaro has been asking for big matches and for the European Title to be reinstated for months, and that he got both tonight. Cesaro continues to protest, before Regal calmly explains that he is a fair GM and that Cesaro will receive a rematch next week on Main Event.

A graphic on screen shows that Big Show & The Miz vs John Morrison & Daniel Bryan is up next. An advert for Elimination Chamber airs.

Back live, Daniel Bryan’s music hits to a major babyface reaction. He performs his usual entrance along with the screaming YES chants. The announcers note that Daniel Bryan is on a quest to prove he is not a “nearly man”, reminding fans that he came close to becoming World Champion at the last 2 PPVs but came up just short. Cole says Bryan can prove he belongs in the “big time” by winning the #1 Contendership Elimination Chamber match this Sunday.

John Morrison is then out as his tag partner. A graphic on screen shows that Morrison challenges The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship this Sunday. We are then shown a replay from Raw explaining how this Tag match came about: Bryan and Show were guests on MizTV before he was beaten down by Show and Miz. John Morrison makes the save.

The Intercontinental Champion then makes his way to the ring to loud boos. A graphic on screen shows he has held the Intercontinental Championship for 110 days as he looks to break Honky Tonk Man’s record as the longest reigning champion of all time. Big Show is the last entrant; he is also booed as the announcers note the history these two men share as a part of ShoMiz.
A fairly standard Tag Match takes place, with Big Show dominating John Morrison in the early-going. Daniel Bryan gets the hot tag at 6 minutes and delivers his running knee finisher to Miz, but Show breaks up the pin attempt. The match goes to commercials at the 8 minute mark.

We return with Show dominating Bryan, a replay showing Bryan took a massive Spear from Show during the commercials before Morrison broke up the pin. At the 11 minute mark, Show looks to splash Bryan in the corner but he avoids the contact. Bryan then delivers a running dropkick to Show, sending him down to one knee. A stiff kick to the head from Bryan, who then climbs the ropes and delivers the Flying Goat. The crowd is hot and both men slowly crawl to their partners. Morrison and Miz are tagged in, and it’s Morrison who takes control. A series of Clotheslines is following by a spinning heel kick. Morrison looks to have it wrapped up, an Enzeguri leaves Miz prone and in position for Starship Pain. With Bryan and Show still groggy on the outside, Morrison goes for his finisher… but Miz gets the knees up, before immediately rolling Morrison up. He gets the 3 by putting his feet on the ropes for leverage.
The Miz & Big Show def. Daniel Bryan and John Morrison


The crowd boo as Miz takes his Intercontinental Championship belt before ringside, he re-enters the ring and looks to smash Morrison with the belt. Morrison ducks however, and Miz walks into a running knee from Bryan! The crowd cheers loudly, but they are left disappointed as Big Show re-enters the ring and knocks with Bryan and Morrison out with WMDs.

Main Event goes off the air with Miz, Morrison and Bryan on the mat and the announcers wondering if anyone can stop the dominant Big Show winning the Elimination Chamber match on Sunday.

Quick Results

Drew McIntyre def. Antonio Cesaro to be crowned European Champion

Dolph Ziggler def. Alex Riley

Rey Mysterio def. Titus O’Neil (w/ Darren Young) via DQ

Big Show & The Miz def. Daniel Bryan & John Morrison

The Rock | Undertaker | Triple H | Chris Jericho | Stone Cold

CM Punk | Dean Ambrose | Mark Henry | Daniel Bryan | Dolph Ziggler

Austin Aries | Jeff Hardy | AJ Styles | Bully Ray | Christopher Daniels
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The Rock | Undertaker | Triple H | Chris Jericho | Stone Cold

CM Punk | Dean Ambrose | Mark Henry | Daniel Bryan | Dolph Ziggler

Austin Aries | Jeff Hardy | AJ Styles | Bully Ray | Christopher Daniels

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Friday Night SmackDown – 15th February 2013



The usual SmackDown into video opens the show before a pyro display inside the arena. Josh Matthews and JBL welcome viewers to the show and announce that CM Punk will take on Daniel Bryan in the main event tonight. The announcers then remind viewers that Triple H will decide whether or not to accept the rematch with Brock Lesnar for Elimination Chamber, an I Quit match with his job as COO on the line.

Lillian Garcia announces that the opening contest is a tag team match before Randy Orton’s music hits to a big pop from the crowd. The announcers note that Orton is just 48 hours away from his rematch for the World Title after Dolph Ziggler cashed in Money In The Bank to end Orton’s 10th World Title reign the day after he won the gold at the Royal Rumble. John Morrison is introduced as Orton’s partner. Intercontinental Champion The Miz is first out for the opposition, and the announcers note Miz defends the title against Morrison at Elimination Chamber. World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler makes his entrance as Miz’s partner.
A basic tag team match is intended to preview the two title matches between the four men at Elimination Chamber. Ziggler and Miz dominate the early-going of the match, working over Morrison. Morrison makes the comeback at 6 minutes and makes the hot tag to Orton, who clears house with his trademark moves. He performs an impressive double-slingshot DDT to both Miz and Ziggler, getting a big reaction from the crowd. With Miz the legal man, Ziggler bails to the outside and can only watch on in fear as Orton takes out Miz with an RKO. Orton gets the 3 while staring down Ziggler.
Randy Orton & John Morrison def. The Miz and Dolph Ziggler


The announcers put over the impressive performance of Orton and say Ziggler looks worried about losing his title this Sunday. Ziggler takes his title from ringside and holds it high from ringside as Orton stares down from the ring with a fired up look on his face.

We fade backstage, where Renee Young has Mark Henry for an interview. Henry says he is looking forward to his one-on-one match with Big E Langston at Elimination Chamber. Langston thinks Henry is no longer the World’s Strongest Man, but Henry vows to prove him wrong in “the most painful manor possible” this Sunday.

A graphic on screen shows that Jim Ross will take to the ring after the break to announce the next inductee into the WWE Hall Of Fame Class of 2013.

SmackDown returns from commercials to Jim Ross’s music. The crowd cheer as Ross, dressed in a suit, takes to the ring. Ross says it is an honour for him to interview this man, who will be inducted into the Hall Of Fame this year. Ross feeds to a video package… The Y2J countdown clock begins to strike and the crowd pops big. A video package on the career of Chris Jericho is shown, highlighting his early work in ECW and WCW before his WWF debut and becoming the first ever Undisputed Champion and his recent Royal Rumble win. Back live, the crowd are still cheering as JR introduces Chris Jericho!

Jericho’s pyro shoots and his music plays as he makes his way to the ring, dressed in jeans and a Fozzy t-shirt. Jericho has a big smile on his face as he enters the ring and shakes JR’s hand. Jericho is first asked how it feels to be inducted into the Hall Of Fame, Jericho answers that he is humbled and honoured. Before the interview can progress however, Alberto Del Rio’s music hits to big heat from the crowd. Del Rio struts out on stage confidently, dressed to wrestle. Del Rio says that taking up time on a “washed up has-been” is a disgrace to a man like Del Rio who isn’t booked for the show tonight. Jericho says that going into the Hall Of Fame doesn’t make him washed up and challenges Del Rio to a match “right here right now”. Del Rio retorts that Jericho is not dressed to wrestle, but Jericho says he doesn’t care. Jericho calls Del Rio disrespectful and vows to beat some respect into him. Del Rio laughs and hits the ring for the impromptu match as JR exits.
The announcers sell excitement at Jericho’s impending Hall Of Fame induction, but say Del Rio has shown no class in interrupting Jericho’s interview on his induction. Jericho fights Del Rio in his street clothes, delivering a series of chops and right hands to Del Rio. A flying forearm from Jericho is followed up by a Lionsault, and the crowd goes wild as Jericho rips of his shirt. Del Rio bails the ring before Jericho can mount any further offense and the crowd boo loudly as he quickly exits up the ramp, losing the short match via count-out.
Chris Jericho def. Alberto Del Rio


Jericho is clearly angry with Del Rio as his music plays and the referee raises his hand.

We transition ringside, where the announcers feed to the Raw Rebound: Kane Chokeslamming AJ following his loss to John Cena. Back live, Kane’s pyro hits to loud boos. The Big Red Machine is in action after the break.

An advert for Elimination Chamber airs before we return to the arena, where Kane hits his pyro in the middle of the ring. The announcers continue to put over disgust at Kane’s actions on Raw before Kofi Kingston hits the ring as Kane’s opponent.
Kofi fights valiantly, but Kane is at his destructive best. Kane hits his trademark spots; Sidewalk Slam, top rope Clothesline and a Chokeslam in succession to make short work of Kofi, picking up the win inside four minutes.
Kane def. Kofi Kingston


Kane pulls Kofi to his feet by his hair before throwing him over the top rope and out of the ring as the crowd boo. He then demands a mic from ringside. Kane cuts a promo saying he did what he did to AJ because he is a monster, and monsters are best left to their own evil thoughts. Kane then vows to destroy the other five entrants in the #1 Contendership Elimination Chamber match and go on to become WWE Champion at WrestleMania. The crowd boo as Kane exits the ring and his music plays.

We return to ringside and on the announcers, who remind fans that Triple H has an important decision to make regarding his match with Brock Lesnar. Will Triple H put his business career on the line to try and get vengeance for his broken arm and defeat at the hands of Lesnar at SummerSlam, or will he walk away from the match and accept that Lesnar was the better man? A video package on the feud then airs, focusing on Lesnar’s dominance over Hunter at SummerSlam last year.

Backstage, Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow enter Booker T’s office. Rhodes Scholars tell Booker that he has put their friendship on the line by adding Cody to Sandow’s United States Championship defence this Sunday, but Booker retorts that this is WWE and titles come before friendships. He goes on to inform Cody and Sandow that they will face the other two men in the Fatal Fourway – Zack Ryder and Christian – in singles action later tonight. Rhodes Scholars exit the office, selling disgust.

Back live in the arena, The Usos complete their entrance as Lillian Garcia announces that the following is a handicap match. Big E Langston makes his intimidating entrance as their opponents, and the announcers explain than Langston himself asked for a handicap match to prove his dominance to Mark Henry. A graphic on screen confirms that Henry and Langston will do battle this Sunday at Elimination Chamber.
In a basic squash match, Langston easily over-powers both Jimmy and Jey, using his sheer strength to beat down both men. The ending comes when he drapes one Uso over each shoulders and delivers a Double Big Engind. Langston pins both Usos simultaneously while staring into the hard camera with a mean look on his face.
Big E Langston def. The Usos


The announcers put over the dominant display from Langston before Mark Henry’s music hits to cheers from the crowd. Langston springs to his feet in anticipation of a fight, but instead Henry stands at the top of the ramp and applauds Langston’s performance. JBL calls it mind-games, the two men stare down as SmackDown fades to commercials.

SmackDown returns with a graphic on screen that confirms that Chris Jericho and Alberto Del Rio will meet in singles action on Sunday Night Heat, which begins 45 minutes prior to Elimination Chamber. Live in the arena, John Cena’s music hits to a big babyface reaction. Cena makes his usual entrance as the announcers note that winning the Elimination Chamber match on Sunday is Cena’s last chance to get a rematch with The Rock at WrestleMania 29. Big Show is out to boos as Cena’s opponent, the announcers questioning who is will stop the dominant Giant from winning the Chamber match on Sunday.
The match is given an entire 15 minute segment and follows Cena’s usual match layout. The men go for a test of strength early on which Show wins, and he spends the majority of the match beating down Cena. Cena makes his trademark comeback at eight minutes with flying shoulder tackles and a Five Knuckle Shuffle, but he can’t get Show up for the AA and The Giant collapses on top of Cena. Show makes the cover, but Cena kicks out at 2!

Further beat downs continue from Show before he signals for a Chokeslam at the 11 minute mark. He hoists Cena up high, but Cena slips out the back. He goes for the AA again, and this time managers to connect in a gutsy show of strength. The crowd pops for Cen’a determined strength as he gets the 3.
John Cena def. Big Show


The announcers note this is a major win for Cena and gives him excellent momentum going into what could be the biggest test of his career on Sunday. JBL reminds fans that Cena said he would do whatever it takes to get redemption and defeat The Rock at WrestleMania, and that in his mind Cena will win on Sunday.

Backstage, Paul Heyman is shown walking down the hall with a smirk on is face and a clipboard in his hands. Heyman presents Triple H will the contract for the I Quit match on Sunday, will The Game agree to put his COO status on the line? Find out when SmackDown returns…

Back live from commercials and the ring is set up with the red carpet with a table and two executive chairs. Lillian Garcia introduces Paul Heyman, who gets massive heat as he struts to the ring. Heyman takes a mic:

“Ladies and gentlemen, my name… is Paul Heyman. And you can boo that if you wish, it’s your prerogative, but I am out here to present Triple H with a contract that contains the signature of my client… Brock Lesnar. This contract is of course the one I discussed with Triple H this past Monday night on Raw, but for the benefit of those who may have missed that particular interaction, allow me to fill in a couple of blanks for you.”

“In Brock Lesnar, I have the most destructive and dominant client in the world of Sports Entertainment. And as such, I only accept big money matches for Brock Lesnar, marquee matches that will make the two of us a lot of money. And granted, a one on one match against Triple H at SummerSlam last year was one of those marquee matches, and it did make the two of us a lot of money. But in the end, Triple H was simply no match for Brock Lesnar. Brock man-handled Triple H, broke his arm and made him tap out fair and square in the middle of the ring. Now as far as I am concerned, that is as conclusive as conclusive gets, Brock Lesnar was and is the better man.”

The crowd boo but Heyman continues regardless.

“That should have sent a crystal clear message to Triple H. Hunter is without doubt one of the greatest performers this industry has seen, but his time has passed. He is no longer The Game, he is no longer the Cerebral Assassin, he is a beat-up forty-something year-old man who can’t let the past stay in the past. Hunter that broken arm should have told you that it was time to bow out gracefully and focus on what is a fantastic job opportunity, Chief Operating Officer of a multi-million dollar organisation with the distinct possibility that one day the entire company will be yours.”

“But you just couldn’t do that could you? You had to come back for more. And, like a good business man, when you proposed a rematch for this Sunday, my client and I declined on the basis that the match was not attractive – Brock has beaten you conclusively already and has no reason to step back into the ring with you. But then you made things personal. When you put your hands on me, you lit a fire in the eyes of Brock Lesnar that I have never seen, and quite frankly am scared to get in the way of. So Hunter, I do have the contract here, but from one man to another, I would strongly advise that you use your better judgement here. There is no way you can win an I Quit match against Brock Lesnar, by signing this contract you would not only be signing up for the biggest beating this company has ever staged, but you would be signing away your future… a job that will support your children, and their children…”


Before Heyman can continue, Triple H’s music hits to a big pop from the crowd. Hunter makes his entrance, dressed in street clothes, with a determined look on his face. He takes a mic from ringside and enters the ring, looking Heyman dead in the eye.

“No Paul, the mistake that is been made here is not by me, it’s by you and it’s by Brock. The man you faced at SummerSlam was a businessman, Hunter Helmsley, COO of this company. You faced a man who was more focused on the day-to-day running of this company than he was his in-ring work, and that was evident in the result of that match. But do not make the mistake of thinking that I am that same man now. Ever since Brock Lesnar broke my arm, all I’ve dreamed of was vengeance, a chance to prove to you, to Brock, and to the rest of the world that I am STILL The Game, STILL the Cerebral Assassin, STILL the same damn ass-kicker I’ve always been!”

The crowd cheers at Hunter’s passionate promo.

“Come Sunday, I am going to kick Brock Lesnar’s ass… and I’m going to enjoy watching him suffer. I am going to beat him so badly that tears roll down his face as he begs for mercy and utters those famous words… I QUIT!”

Hunter takes the clipboard from Heyman and signs the contract, the match is official. Heyman laughs.

“Sir, you have just made the single biggest mistake of your life. I hope your wife and children can forgive you for this selfish decision…”

Before Heyman can continue, Hunter delivers a stiff kick to the midsection and drops Heyman with the Pedigree! The crowd cheers, Hunter’s music hits and the announcers put over the intense rivalry on display. JBL says HHH just made Lesnar even angrier by hurting Heyman again, but Matthews argues that may be Hunter’s game plan.

Backstage, Ricardo Rodrigues hands Santino an envelope. Santino asks what it is, to which Ricardo responds that it is his resignation as Santino’s assistant. Ricardo says he needs to find an employer with more exposure, saying Santino hasn’t been on TV in weeks. Santino pulls a cartoonish sad face as Ricardo walks away.

Down a separate corridor, Sheamus is walking when he is interrupted by a smirking Vickie Guerrero. Vickie tells Sheamus she has just been told by Booker T that her clients, Ted DiBiase and Joe Hennig, will face Sheamus and Ryback in a tag team match later tonight. Sheamus smiles and says he loves to fight, but Vickie says her clients are the “perfect team” and that a “strong team will always overcome good individuals”.

Live in the arena, Damien Sandow’s music hits to bring out Sandow and Cody Rhodes. The crowd boo as Sandow holds his United States championship aloft, and Cody stares at the belt. They hit the ring and await the opposition as SmackDown fades to commercials.

SmackDown returns with Zack Ryder in the ring as the bell sounds to behind Ryder vs Sandow. Josh Matthews reminds viewers that it was Ryder who Sandow defeated to become US Champion, but that Ryder’s opportunity at a one-on-one rematch was taken from him by Teddy Long when he added Christian (and later Cody Rhodes) to the match.
Ryder and Sandow put on a fairly basic singles match. Ryder has the early-going before distraction from Rhodes allows Sandow to take control. At the 7 minute mark, Sandow hits the Elbow Of Distain. Before he can capitalise, Christian’s music hits! The crowd cheer as Christian walks down the ramp, and the distraction to Sandow allows Ryder to get a roll-up victory.
Zack Ryder def. Damien Sandow


The announcers make a big deal of Ryder beating Sandow in a non-title match and say if that had been the title rematch he had been entitled to he would have regained the title tonight. Sandow is furious as Ryder exits up the ramp, but Cody ushers Sandow out of the ring as the other two competitors in the Fatal Fourway prepare for singles action.
Cody and Christian share offense for the opening minutes, trading manoeuvres but neither man has a clear advantage. At 3 minutes, Rhodes hits an Alabama Slam and goes for the cover, but Christian kicks out. Cody ceases the opportunity to work over a grounded Christian, and for the next few minutes Cody continues to dominate. At six minutes, Christian hits a Killswitch out of nowhere but it too beaten up to take control and both men remain down. Christian is first to his feet, he has that look in his eye and crouches down in the corner as if to signal for the Spear. From the outside, Sandow desperately clings on to Christian’s ankle for long enough for Cody to connect with a Disaster Kick that is good for the win.
Cody Rhodes def. Christian


The announcers point out that if Cody pins Christian on Sunday then Sandow will lose the US Title to his best friend. Sandow enters the ring and holds the title belt up high, as Cody again stares as the belt looking conflicted about how to feel.

Backstage, SmackDown GM and his assistant Teddy Long are shown watching matters unfold in the ring. Booker tells Teddy that having the Fatal Fourway take place on Heat is not a good decision and says it should be on the PPV. Teddy Teddy disagrees, to which Booker replies "that's why I'm the GM and you're the assistant." Teddy storms out of the office, frustrated at how Booker has spoken to him.

A graphic on screen shows that CM Punk vs Daniel Bryan is still to come, before a second graphic shows that Ryback and Sheamus will team up to face Fortunate Generation after the break.

SmackDown returns with a replay of earlier tonight, where Randy Orton pinned The Miz as a worried Dolph Ziggler watched on. Backstage, Renee Young has Ziggler for an interview. She asks him if he is concerned about defending his World Title against Orton this Sunday. Ziggler now seems to have shaken off his worry and looks confident as he replies; “I have beaten Randy Orton once before to take the World Title from him and I will beat him again on Sunday. I will then go on to WrestleMania and retain my title against a Hall Of Famer in Chris Jericho. I’m the Show Off, I steal the show, it’s just what I do.”

Back live, Vickie Guerrero is in the ring with her clients Ted DiBiase and Joe Hennig, and a graphic on screen reminds fans that they will be two of the entrants when the Tag Titles are defended inside the Elimination Chamber for the first time ever this Sunday.

Ryback’s music hits to cheers from the live crowd, and they chant “feed me more” as Ryback makes his usual entrance. Sheamus gets a better reaction from the crowd as he is introduced as Ryback’s partner, the announcers questioning if these two men can work as a team 48 hours before they are opponents inside the Elimination Chamber.
Ryback and Hennig start the match off, and Ryback takes immediate control, throwing Hennig around the ring with ease. Hennig tags in DiBiase, but he fares no better as Ryback continues to dominate with hard-hitting blows and power moves. At 3 minutes, Ryback throws DiBiase into the corner and continues to beat him down before Sheamus tags himself in. Ryback is clearly not happy at this, but reluctantly exits the ring as Sheamus continues the beat down on DiBiase.

At 6 minutes, Sheamus attempts a High Cross but DiBiase escapes out the back and frantically tags in Hennig. Hennig charges at Sheamus, but is immediately greeted with an Irish Curse backbreaker. Sheamus backs into the corner and beats on his chest, signalling for the Brogue Kick, but before he can attempt the move Ryback blind-tags himself into the match.

Sheamus and Ryback stare down as the miscommunication continues. Sheamus exits the ring, clearly angry. Ryback charges at Hennig and attempts a Meathook Clothesline, but Hennig expertly ducks and rolls Ryback up from behind to get the surprise win!
Perfect Generation (Joe Hennig and Ted DiBiase) def. Ryback & Sheamus


Hennig and DiBiase quickly exit the ring and retreat up the ramp as Vickie Guerrero laughs. JBL claims that a good tag team will always beat two strong individuals and that’s what happened tonight. In the ring, Sheamus re-enters and gets in the face of Ryback. The pair trade shoves before Sheamus drops Ryback with a Brogue Kick! The announcers note there are no allies inside the Elimination Chamber this Sunday and Sheamus has sent a message to Ryback with the emphatic Brogue Kick!

The announcers then feed to a video package on the WWE Championship feud between CM Punk and The Rock, the following events are shown:
  • CM Punk wins the WWE Championship at the 2011 Survivor Series
  • CM Punk retains against Chris Jericho at WrestleMania 28
  • CM Punk retains against Daniel Bryan at Money In The Bank 2012
  • CM Punk retains against John Cena at Night Of Champions 2012
  • The Rock defeats John Cena at WrestleMania 28
  • Punk promo: “For 434 days I defended the WWE Championship against the best this company had to offer…”
  • The Rock defeats CM Punk to become WWE Champion at the 2013 Royal Rumble.
  • Punk: “… and with one lucky win, you took away the most important thing in my life.”
  • CM Punk attacks The Rock at the red carpet premiere of his latest movie.
  • Punk: “… for that I will never forgive you. Believe me Rocky, there is nothing I won’t do to take that title back!”
  • Punk attacks The Rock with a steel pipe and busts him open.
  • Punk: “… this Sunday, our No Disqualification match for the WWE Championship will not only be the end of your last hoorah here in the WWE, I’m gonna beat you so bad that Hollywood won’t recognise you.”

Punk is shown walking down the hall in his gear, he faces Daniel Bryan in the main event after the break.

SmackDown returns from it’s final commercial break to Cult Of Personality. The crowd boo loudly as CM Punk makes his way to the ring. Lillian Garcia begins to introduce him, but Punk snatches the microphone and orders her out of the ring. Punk then proceeds to cut a promo.

Punk: “The eagle-eyed among you stupid people will have noticed that I am out here alone tonight after my agent and close personal friend Paul Heyman was once again attacked by the Chief Operating Officer of this company. But I’m not out here to pick a fight with Triple H, I’ve been there and done that, and I know that Hunter will get exactly what is coming to him at the hands of Brock Lesnar this Sunday. No, I am out here to talk about Daniel Bryan, and The Rock.”

The crowd pops for the mention of the babyfaces.

Punk: “I’m actually going to compliment my opponent tonight, Daniel Bryan. I am a huge Daniel Bryan fan actually, I believe him to be the second best in the world. And against anybody else I would always back Daniel Bryan, but unfortunately tonight he is facing the very best, best of the best, best in the world, CM Punk. And when you step into the ring with CM Punk you are always going to be second best. I’ll get to the point. I believe that Daniel Bryan is better than The Rock, and when I defeat Daniel Bryan tonight it will prove beyond all doubt that I will also defeat The Rock and regain my WWE Championship this Sunday…”

Before Punk can continue, Daniel Bryan’s music cuts him off and the crowd goes wild with YES! chants. Bryan appears on the top of the ramp with a mic in hand, yelling NO! at the top of his voice.

Bryan: “No! No! No! No! I am SICK to death of people calling me second best, calling me the nearly-man, saying I’m not quite good enough. I am the most dangerous submission specialist in this industry today, there isn’t a man alive that I can’t hurt so bad that they tap out like a little girl. So here’s what’s going to happen. I am going walk down to that ring, and I’m going to make you tap. Then I’m going to enter the Elimination Chamber this Sunday and make the other five entrants tap. Then I’m going to head to WrestleMania, make the WWE Champion tap and prove to the world just how good I am! YES! YES! YES!”

Bryan’s music resumes and he makes his way to the ring for the main event.
As always, Punk and Bryan put on a top quality match. The early-going is spent with a series of back-and-forth grapples and technical holds, which each time end in stalemate. A sly thumb to the eye at the five minute mark gives Punk the advantage, and he works over Bryan with his signature moves. At 7 minutes, Punk scores with a top rope Elbow, but Bryan kicks out at 2 and gets a pop from the crowd. Punk attempts a GTS, but Bryan slips out the back and looks to apply the Yes Lock. Punk scrambles from the ring to big heat, but Bryan immediately takes Punk down on the outside with a suicide dive. The crowd goes nuts as Bryan begins his YES! chants again before Irish whipping Punk into the stairs.

At 10 minutes, Bryan rolls Punk into the ring. Punk is on his knees as Bryan begins to pound at Punk’s chest with vicious left-and-right kicks. Punk ducks the big final swing and looks to roll up Bryan from behind, but Bryan rolls back to his feet and scores with the big kick to the head! Bryan goes for the pin, but Punk gets his foot on the bottom rope just before 3. Bryan sells frustration as the crowd buys into the nearfall.

Bryan stands in the corner of the ring as Punk pulls himself up on the opposite turnbuckle. Bryan performs a running dropkick, sprints back to his corner and looks to score with a second dropkick but this time Punk avoids contact; leaving Bryan straddled on the top turnbuckle. Punk follows up with a running knee to the lower-back of Bryan, before Punk joins Bryan on the top turnbuckle and lands a top rope backdrop. Punk drapes an arm over for the cover, but Bryan powers out at 2! The crowd pops again as Bryan shows heroic tenacity.

Punk is furious that he can’t put Bryan away, he slides his kneepad down and exposes his knee; he then scoops Bryan up and lands a vicious GTS in the middle of the ring. This time Punk gets the 3.
CM Punk def. Daniel Bryan


The announcers put over Bryan’s valiant effort before JBL notes that Bryan has once again fallen just short. SmackDown goes off the air with Punk standing tall over Bryan as the announcers put over the cynical act of Punk exposing the knee to cause further damage, questioning if The Rock can overcome the odds and retain the WWE Championship on Sunday.

Quick Results

Randy Orton & John Morrison def. The Miz and Dolph Ziggler

Chris Jericho def. Alberto Del Rio

Kane def. Kofi Kingston

Big E Langston def. The Usos

John Cena def. Big Show

Zack Ryder def. Damien Sandow

Cody Rhodes def. Christian

Perfect Generation (Joe Hennig and Ted DiBiase) def. Ryback & Sheamus

CM Punk def. Daniel Bryan

The Rock | Undertaker | Triple H | Chris Jericho | Stone Cold

CM Punk | Dean Ambrose | Mark Henry | Daniel Bryan | Dolph Ziggler

Austin Aries | Jeff Hardy | AJ Styles | Bully Ray | Christopher Daniels
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Chris Jericho being inducted into the 2013 WWE Hall of Fame, then that means you are having Jericho retire then? If that is the case...then I see no bigger stage for Jericho to retire on than at WrestleMania considering that you are having Jericho get inducted into the Hall of Fame but then it begs the question of who you will have induct Jericho? Jericho is a first-ballot Hall of Famer but since you are having him go in so early and you are ending Jericho's career so early then I wonder just what you have planned for him considering he did win the 2013 Royal Rumble Match and he is main-eventing Mania, his last Mania

Jericho vs Del Rio at Elimination Chamber in the pre-show, I have to admit is the right move, Del Rio is so damn disrespectful and here is hoping Jericho beats some respect into Del Rio and maybe then he will stop running his mouth

Orton & Morrison beating the team of Ziggler and Miz, if anything it gives Orton momentum heading into Elimination Chamber where he has to face Ziggler for the World Heavyweight Championship but can Orton win the title back? But with Miz I am sure he has to defend his WWE Intercontinental Championship against Morrison and if he does then the match I can definitely see it taking place at Elimination Chamber but if not at Elimination Chamber then definitely at WrestleMania 29

But it seems from your match card, the only match that is presented so far is CM Punk vs The Rock for the WWE Championship in a No DQ Match but I swear there should be more matches on this card so I wonder if you have even posted your full match card yet because I am confused

Kane pretty much destroying Kofi Kingston in impressive fashion just goes to prove to us that Kane is a monster and after what he did to A.J. Chokeslamming her straight to hell, I wonder who can stop Kane now? Kane is evil and vicious the way he was always meant to be and I hope Kane becomes more like his Attitude Era self in the sense that he starts to display his supernatural powers and perhaps starts playing mind games with his opponents similar to what his brother The Undertaker does

Punk is ready for Elimination Chamber and it showed when he beat Bryan, more like he dominated Bryan even though Bryan took Punk to the limit but it was to no avail considering Punk needs all the momentum he can get right now after not only losing the WWE Championship but having to face The Rock in less than 48 hours, that's why I can't wait to see him and Rock go at it again

Cena beating Big Show was great only because of the fact that we barely see or rarely see Cena ever on Smackdown but Cena on Smackdown is sure to boost ratings so with him facing the former World Heavyweight Champion Big Show, I admit it is a great match for Cena to go over but at the same time Big Show has just been on a downward spiral ever since losing his World Heavyweight Championship so I wonder what you have planned for Show heading into Mania? While Cena on the other hand he wants redemption and he is showing us that he is willing to do anything so with that said I wonder if Cena if he does lose his chance at redemption, will it cause Cena to turn heel?

Big E. Langston dominating both The Usos in a squash match was definitely the right call because I am sure you want to put Big E. over as the next big great monster heel of the WWE but at the same time Big E. he could be a great babyface if you were to ever turn him heel but I can't wait until he and Henry cross paths because you have the Clash of the Titans quite literally in a matter of speaking, the present vs the future, I can't wait

But the segment that I definitely loved the most was Triple H accepting Brock Lesnar's challenge for Elimination Chamber, HHH vs Brock II, the rematch, I Quit, this match is going to be a real war, brutal all the way throughout, I won't be surprised if one or both of these men end up bloody and battered so much so to the point that neither one of these 2 will probably make it to WrestleMania because I am sure they will give each other all that they can handle but I wonder if Triple H just made an enormous mistake Pedigreeing Paul Heyman because by doing that that will just fire Brock up even more

Perfect Generation DiBiase and Hennig beating Sheamus and Ryback, that puts DiBiase and Hennig over huge because with a win like this, it elevates DiBiase and Hennig but at the same time DiBiase and Hennig I'm surprised that these 2 aren't even WWE Tag Team Champions or they aren't even in contention for those titles because with a win like this they should be but Sheamus and Ryback I knew these 2 wouldn't be able to get along and it showed with Ryback blind-tagging Sheamus and then Sheamus turning on Ryback after the match was over, I wonder if a heel turn will happen for either Sheamus or Ryback?

But what I would suggest next time is posting up your actual match card of your Elimination Chamber pay per view since you only have one match one graphic posted which is Punk/Rock and if anything you should for next time post up more graphics to show just what matches are happening at your pay per view so then that way people don't get confused when they think that there is only one match on the card, just for future purposes
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FINAL WWE ELIMINATION CHAMBER CARD

No Disqualification Match for the WWE Championship
The Rock (c) vs CM Punk

I Quit Match
Brock Lesnar vs Triple H
Triple H's job as Chief Operating Officer on the line

Elimination Chamber Match
Daniel Bryan vs Ryback vs John Cena vs Big Show vs Sheamus vs Kane
Winner receives a WWE Championship match at WrestleMania 29

World Heavyweight Championship
Dolph Ziggler (c) vs Randy Orton

Elimination Chamber Match for the Tag Team Championships
Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara (c) vs Perfect Generation (Ted DiBiase & Joe Hennig) vs Prime Time Players (Darren Young & Titus O'Neil)

Intercontinental Championship
The Miz (c) vs John Morrison

Mark Henry vs Big E Langston

Fatal Fourway for the United States Championship
Damien Sandow (c) vs Cody Rhodes vs Christian vs Zack Ryder

Sunday Night Heat pre-show match
Chris Jericho vs Alberto Del Rio

The Rock | Undertaker | Triple H | Chris Jericho | Stone Cold

CM Punk | Dean Ambrose | Mark Henry | Daniel Bryan | Dolph Ziggler

Austin Aries | Jeff Hardy | AJ Styles | Bully Ray | Christopher Daniels

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Chris Jericho being inducted into the 2013 WWE Hall of Fame, then that means you are having Jericho retire then? If that is the case...then I see no bigger stage for Jericho to retire on than at WrestleMania considering that you are having Jericho get inducted into the Hall of Fame but then it begs the question of who you will have induct Jericho? Jericho is a first-ballot Hall of Famer but since you are having him go in so early and you are ending Jericho's career so early then I wonder just what you have planned for him considering he did win the 2013 Royal Rumble Match and he is main-eventing Mania, his last Mania

Jericho vs Del Rio at Elimination Chamber in the pre-show, I have to admit is the right move, Del Rio is so damn disrespectful and here is hoping Jericho beats some respect into Del Rio and maybe then he will stop running his mouth

Orton & Morrison beating the team of Ziggler and Miz, if anything it gives Orton momentum heading into Elimination Chamber where he has to face Ziggler for the World Heavyweight Championship but can Orton win the title back? But with Miz I am sure he has to defend his WWE Intercontinental Championship against Morrison and if he does then the match I can definitely see it taking place at Elimination Chamber but if not at Elimination Chamber then definitely at WrestleMania 29

But it seems from your match card, the only match that is presented so far is CM Punk vs The Rock for the WWE Championship in a No DQ Match but I swear there should be more matches on this card so I wonder if you have even posted your full match card yet because I am confused

Kane pretty much destroying Kofi Kingston in impressive fashion just goes to prove to us that Kane is a monster and after what he did to A.J. Chokeslamming her straight to hell, I wonder who can stop Kane now? Kane is evil and vicious the way he was always meant to be and I hope Kane becomes more like his Attitude Era self in the sense that he starts to display his supernatural powers and perhaps starts playing mind games with his opponents similar to what his brother The Undertaker does

Punk is ready for Elimination Chamber and it showed when he beat Bryan, more like he dominated Bryan even though Bryan took Punk to the limit but it was to no avail considering Punk needs all the momentum he can get right now after not only losing the WWE Championship but having to face The Rock in less than 48 hours, that's why I can't wait to see him and Rock go at it again

Cena beating Big Show was great only because of the fact that we barely see or rarely see Cena ever on Smackdown but Cena on Smackdown is sure to boost ratings so with him facing the former World Heavyweight Champion Big Show, I admit it is a great match for Cena to go over but at the same time Big Show has just been on a downward spiral ever since losing his World Heavyweight Championship so I wonder what you have planned for Show heading into Mania? While Cena on the other hand he wants redemption and he is showing us that he is willing to do anything so with that said I wonder if Cena if he does lose his chance at redemption, will it cause Cena to turn heel?

Big E. Langston dominating both The Usos in a squash match was definitely the right call because I am sure you want to put Big E. over as the next big great monster heel of the WWE but at the same time Big E. he could be a great babyface if you were to ever turn him heel but I can't wait until he and Henry cross paths because you have the Clash of the Titans quite literally in a matter of speaking, the present vs the future, I can't wait

But the segment that I definitely loved the most was Triple H accepting Brock Lesnar's challenge for Elimination Chamber, HHH vs Brock II, the rematch, I Quit, this match is going to be a real war, brutal all the way throughout, I won't be surprised if one or both of these men end up bloody and battered so much so to the point that neither one of these 2 will probably make it to WrestleMania because I am sure they will give each other all that they can handle but I wonder if Triple H just made an enormous mistake Pedigreeing Paul Heyman because by doing that that will just fire Brock up even more

Perfect Generation DiBiase and Hennig beating Sheamus and Ryback, that puts DiBiase and Hennig over huge because with a win like this, it elevates DiBiase and Hennig but at the same time DiBiase and Hennig I'm surprised that these 2 aren't even WWE Tag Team Champions or they aren't even in contention for those titles because with a win like this they should be but Sheamus and Ryback I knew these 2 wouldn't be able to get along and it showed with Ryback blind-tagging Sheamus and then Sheamus turning on Ryback after the match was over, I wonder if a heel turn will happen for either Sheamus or Ryback?

But what I would suggest next time is posting up your actual match card of your Elimination Chamber pay per view since you only have one match one graphic posted which is Punk/Rock and if anything you should for next time post up more graphics to show just what matches are happening at your pay per view so then that way people don't get confused when they think that there is only one match on the card, just for future purposes
Hi Terry, thanks again for the review.

On Jericho's Hall Of Fame induction: Jericho's pending induction is an interesting development in his road to WrestleMania. Does that mean retirement is looming? More will be revealed on Jericho's story in my next few shows, but what is certain is that WrestleMania 29 is set to be the biggest of Y2J's career.

Miz vs Morrison: Miz will be defending the Intercontinental Championship against Morrison at Elimination Chamber.

Elimination Chamber Card: I can only put one picture on my sig so went with the main event. All the matches have been announced throughout my last few posts, but I've put a final line-up in the above post to avoid any confusion.

Kane: I've always preferred the "monster" Kane - I have big plans for Kane and AJ over the next few shows that needed them to split up and go their separate ways. I felt Kane Chokeslamming AJ was the best way to put him over as a monster and go it alone.

Cena: Cena has become more desperate with each passing month to get his rematch with The Rock. He could have done it by becoming WWE Champion at TLC when he knew Rock was facing the champion at the Royal Rumble, but he failed. He could have won the Royal Rumble and challenged the WWE Champion The Rock, but he failed. Elimination Chamber is his last chance...

HHH / Lesnar: I'm glad you like my HHH/Brock angle. I wasn't keen on where they went with it in real life, I have major plans for the conclusion of this I Quit match. You're right in predicting a bloody and brutal war between these warriors.

DiBiase & Hennig: Fortunate Generation are involved in the Tag Title match at Elimination Chamber and have to be considered the favourites after this big win over Sheamus and Ryback.

Thanks again for the feedback; I'll take on board what you've said about posting the card sooner.

The Rock | Undertaker | Triple H | Chris Jericho | Stone Cold

CM Punk | Dean Ambrose | Mark Henry | Daniel Bryan | Dolph Ziggler

Austin Aries | Jeff Hardy | AJ Styles | Bully Ray | Christopher Daniels
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FINAL WWE ELIMINATION CHAMBER CARD

No Disqualification Match for the WWE Championship
The Rock (c) vs CM Punk

I Quit Match
Brock Lesnar vs Triple H
Triple H's job as Chief Operating Officer on the line

Elimination Chamber Match
Daniel Bryan vs Ryback vs John Cena vs Big Show vs Sheamus vs Kane
Winner receives a WWE Championship match at WrestleMania 29

World Heavyweight Championship
Dolph Ziggler (c) vs Randy Orton

Elimination Chamber Match for the Tag Team Championships
Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara (c) vs Perfect Generation (Ted DiBiase & Joe Hennig) vs Prime Time Players (Darren Young & Titus O'Neil)

Intercontinental Championship
The Miz (c) vs John Morrison

Mark Henry vs Big E Langston

Fatal Fourway for the United States Championship
Damien Sandow (c) vs Cody Rhodes vs Christian vs Zack Ryder

Sunday Night Heat pre-show match
Chris Jericho vs Alberto Del Rio


Elimination Chamber Predictions

For Sunday Night Heat pre-show, Chris Jericho vs Alberto Del Rio, the 2013 Royal Rumble Match winner Jericho is winning this match and why I am picking Jericho is because this is Jericho's last Mania, and not to mention Jericho being in the main event there is no doubt that Jericho if he is retiring then his match will go on last at WrestleMania 29 and that his match will close out the pay per view so if that is the case then Jericho needs all the momentum he can get right now so with that being said that is why I see him going over Del Rio whereas Del Rio he has been on a downward spiral for a very long time and I see it continuing

Fatal 4-Way for the WWE United States Championship, Damien Sandow defending his WWE United States Championship against his best friend Cody Rhodes, Christian and Zack Ryder I somehow see Sandow retaining his title and why? Because even though he has a 25% chance of retaining his title I somehow see him sneaking out a victory by stealing the victory away from Cody when Cody has the match won which then will cause Rhodes to turn face on Sandow turning his back on Sandow and their friendship then ending as a result of that but then again I could also see Ryder somehow winning the title back but I am sticking with Sandow

Battle of the Behemoths, Mark Henry vs Big E. Langston, I see Big E. beating Henry with Big E. keeping his undefeated streak still in tact

WWE Intercontinental Championship, The Miz defending his WWE Intercontinental Championship against John Morrison, this rivalry has so much history behind it because it was Miz who took out Morrison by giving him a Skull Crushing Finale on the steel steps and then we didn't see Morrison again after that until Morrison came back to the WWE making his triumphant return and since then Morrison has been after Miz but ever since Morrison has come back Miz has been on an awesome run as the WWE Intercontinental Champion restoring prestige and credibility to the IC Title, something that title has seriously lacked in recent years and how long has Miz been champion now? If anything Miz is halfway to Honky Tonky Man's record so I can't see him dropping the title to Morrison so I say Miz retains

Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE Tag Team Championships, this is the first time that I think I have ever seen this kind of match especially for the Tag Titles but at the same time as for who wins, I see it being The Perfect Generation, DiBiase & Hennig becoming the new WWE Tag Team Champions and why I say that? It is because I see Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio breaking up right here with this being the start of Cara vs Mysterio at Mania 29 with the seeds being built up right here

For the World Heavyweight Championship, Dolph Ziggler defending his World Heavyweight Championship against the former champion Randy Orton, the 10-time World Champion? Can Orton make it 11 times here by beating Ziggler to win back the title? Or can Ziggler overcome The Viper? Either way this match has serious repercussions as far as WrestleMania 29 goes because the winner of this match will face the 2013 Royal Rumble Match winner Chris Jericho at WrestleMania 29 so it will be interesting to see who comes out with the win here...but at the same time I love how you are building back up the prestige and the credibility of the World Heavyweight Championship something that title has seriously lacked for the longest time and I am happy you are bringing the World Heavyweight Championship back to relevancy back on to the same level as the WWE Championship but as for who wins this match...I see this match being a draw...which means Ziggler will retain but since it ends up being a draw I see this match turning into a Triple-Threat with Jericho at Mania 29 for the World Heavyweight Championship

Elimination Chamber Match for the #1 Contendership for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 29...Bryan vs Ryback vs Kane vs Sheamus vs Cena vs Big Show, as for who wins...the odds on favorite has definitely got to be Cena since it is obvious that Cena will get his redemption here inside the Chamber to set up Twice in a Lifetime at WrestleMania 29 for the WWE Championship...Cena vs Rock II at Mania 29 is what is going to happen...I mean it's destiny

Brock Lesnar vs Triple H in an I Quit Match with Triple H's job as COO on the line in this match, the stakes are high here in this match because if Triple H loses to Lesnar not only will he lose his job as COO but he would have quit to Lesnar but if Triple H wins he gets his much needed revenge for Lesnar breaking his arm not once but twice and for attacking Triple H's father-in-law Vince...I see Triple H beating Lesnar making Lesnar utter the words I Quit...the first time we will ever hear Brock say those words I see him saying them

And for the main event, for the WWE Championship, No DQ for the WWE Championship, The Rock defending his title against CM Punk the former WWE Champion, Rock ending CM Punk's 434 day reign at the top and Punk desperate to win the title back, I see Rock retaining his title here to set up Rock/Cena II and as for Punk, I see him challenging The Streak challenging Taker's streak, if not then I definitely see Punk facing off against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 29 or Brock ends up challenging The Streak

But as for Undertaker's 20-0 streak which superstars are worthy of facing Taker at WrestleMania 29? There's Punk, there's Brock, there's Orton if Orton loses to Ziggler, Sheamus he's also worthy, there's Ryback he's also worthy, there's Big Show he's also worthy, there's Daniel Bryan he is also worthy, there's Kane he is also worthy, so many worthy people including Cena if he doesn't get his redemption
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FINAL WWE ELIMINATION CHAMBER CARD

No Disqualification Match for the WWE Championship
The Rock (c) vs CM Punk

Winner: The Rock, it's just gotta be Cena and Rock at Mania, so I'm taking Rocky to retain.

I Quit Match
Brock Lesnar vs Triple H
Triple H's job as Chief Operating Officer on the line

Winner: Triple H, when you put something like that on the line, he can't lose.


Elimination Chamber Match
Daniel Bryan vs Ryback vs John Cena vs Big Show vs Sheamus vs Kane
Winner receives a WWE Championship match at WrestleMania 29

Winner: John Cena, we gotta see the rematch. I mean, unless you have somebody different win, then I'll pick CM Punk to win the Championship match.


World Heavyweight Championship
Dolph Ziggler (c) vs Randy Orton

Winner: Ziggler or some funky draw/no contest. I can see it, that way it'll be a triple threat match at WrestleMania


Elimination Chamber Match for the Tag Team Championships
Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara (c) vs Perfect Generation (Ted DiBiase & Joe Hennig) vs Prime Time Players (Darren Young & Titus O'Neil)

Winner: Perfect Generation, Mysterio and Sin Cara are just falling apart as a tag team.


Intercontinental Championship
The Miz (c) vs John Morrison

Winner: The Miz


Mark Henry vs Big E Langston

Winner: Mark Henry


Fatal Fourway for the United States Championship
Damien Sandow (c) vs Cody Rhodes vs Christian vs Zack Ryder

Winner: I like Sandow to retain, but it could be anyone's game here.


Sunday Night Heat pre-show match
Chris Jericho vs Alberto Del Rio

Winner: Chris Jericho, gotta be with all that momentum.


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Thanks for the predictions guys, certainly some interesting opinions on where you think I'm headed with my road to WM29. I think you'll be very surprised with some of the results going off what you're predicting!

My Heat pre-show will be posted tomorrow then hopefully Elimination Chamber will be done by the end of the week.

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Re: WWE: Road To WM30

WWE Sunday Night Heat (Elimination Chamber pre-show) – Sunday 17th February 2013




Sunday Night Heat begins with the camera panning the New Orleans Arena, the majority of seats are filled though some fans still making their way to their seats. “Temper Temper” by Bullet For My Valentine (the Elimination Chamber theme music) plays through the arena and fans cheer as Josh Matthews and JBL welcome fans to the show.

Matthews: “We are less than one hour away from the final stop on the road to WrestleMania 29! Welcome ladies and gentlemen to Sunday Night Heat, live from the New Orleans Arena in New Orleans, Louisiana as we begin the countdown to Elimination Chamber! Myself Josh Matthews joined by John Bradshaw Layfield, John it’s going to be one hell of a night.”

JBL: “Careers will change tonight Josh, we have first-time-ever matches and jobs on the line and that’s before we get to the main event!”

Matthews: “The Rock defends the WWE Championship against CM Punk, Triple H puts his job as COO of the WWE on the lines, 6 men battle it out to be named number one contender to the WWE Championship, Dolph Ziggler defends his World Heavyweight Championship against Randy Orton, and the Tag Team Titles will be defended inside the Chamber for the first time ever tonight. Almost every championship will be defended tonight and as JBL stated, careers will certainly change! But before then we have an action-packed edition of Heat to bring you; 3 matches on the way for you including the 2013 Royal Rumble winner Chris Jericho in action against Alberto Del Rio.”


Kofi Kingston’s music hits to cheers from the crowd; Kofi and R-Truth appear on the entrance way as Lillian Garcia stands in the ring to handle ring introductions. Truth and Kofi are sporting black gear; Truth is his usual denim while Kofi sports his traditional short tights, kneepads and boots with kickpads.

Garcia: “The following tag team contest is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, the team of R-Truth and Kofi Kingston!”

Matthews: “So we’re going to kick things off with a little tag team action as two former champions go head to head; Truth and Kingston set to face Epico and Primo here tonight.”

JBL: “Two teams who I’m sure will have a keen eye on that Elimination Chamber three-way match for the Tag Titles later tonight. I’ve been on Twitter all day as we travelled to the arena and I’ve not seen the WWE Universe this excited about a Tag Title match in years!”

Matthews: “And with the eyes of the WWE Universe firmly on the Tag Team division, this is a great opportunity for these two teams to force their way into the title picture.”

JBL: “Absolutely. Truth and Kofi were Tag Champions less than a year ago, as a former champion I can tell you they’ll still be hurting from that loss to Team Hell No at SummerSlam.”


Kofi’s music ends and Truth starts yelling “What’s Up?”; the crowd joining in. Epico and Primo’s music hits to bring out the opposition to light boos from the crowd.

Garcia: “And their opponents; the team of Epico and Primo!”

Matthews: “Epico and Primo themselves are former Tag Team Champions but have found themselves drifting further and further away from the title picture, a win over Truth and Kofi would give them valuable momentum as this Tag Division heats up.”

JBL: “We’re in for a good match here Josh, looking forward to it.”

Matthews: “And of course as Sunday Night Heat rolls on we will bring you build up and exclusive interviews ahead of all our major matches here tonight for Elimination Chamber.”

Kofi and Primo begin the match with a collar and elbow tie up – Primo Irish Whips Kofi into the ropes but is knocked straight down with a shoulder tackle. Primo gets up only to run into a dropkick from Kofi. Primo scrambles back into his corner and tags in Epico, who slowly enters the ring as a fired up Kofi gets cheers from the crowd. Epico makes the same mistakes as Primo; walking into Kofi’s high-flying offense. Kofi throws Epico into their corner and tags in R-Truth, who gets light cheers from the crowd. Kofi and Truth perform a double-back body drop on Epico before Truth thrusts and break dances in the ring; finally landing a leg drop on Epico. Truth goes for the cover, but it’s broken up by Primo.

At 2 minutes, Truth whips Epico into the corner and charges at him, but Epico gets the boots to the face of Truth before landing a clothesline. He tags in Primo, and the pair deliver stomps to Truth in the corner. Primo works over Truth on the mat, focusing on his legs to keep him grounded.

At 4 minutes, Primo attempts a Backstabber but Truth clings on to the top rope. Primo charges at Truth, but Truth scores with a spinning forearm smash. Both men are down as their respective partners call for the tags, the crowd urging Truth on. They make the tags; the crowd cheer as Kofi leaps into the ring and goes to work on Epico. Kofi delivers a dropkick to Epico before giving the same move to Primo, sending the latter to the outside. Kofi scoop slams Epico and follows up with the Boom Drop.

At 5 minutes, Kofi signals for Trouble In Paradise, but Primo grabs his leg from the outside. R-Truth is soon on the scene, delivering right hands to Primo on the outside. The distraction allows Epico to hit a Hurricanrana on Kofi and he looks to have the match won, but Kofi kicks out of the pin at 2. Both men are straight to their feet when Kofi scores with a Trouble In Paradise out of nowhere. With Primo still selling the effects on Truth’s beat-down on the outside, he is helpless to break up the pin and Kofi gets the 3!
Kofi Kingston & R-Truth def. Epico & Primo in 5:20


The crowd cheer as Kofi’s music hits; Truth joins him in the ring and the pair have their arms raised by the official.

Matthews: “Impressive win for Kofi and Truth over Epico and Primo. John, that Trouble In Paradise can come out of nowhere.”

JBL: “It’s a dangerous move and one Kofi can pull out of the hat quickly. Epico didn’t see it coming, he took it right in the face and it gives Kingston and Truth the victory here on Heat!”

Matthews: “Kofi and Truth sending a message to the General Managers; they want to be noticed in the Tag Division! What a way to start off Sunday Night Heat, and of course we’ve still much more to come as we move closer and closer to Elimination Chamber. Let’s switch gears now and focus on the World Heavyweight Championship match between Randy Orton and the champion Dolph Ziggler tonight…”


The camera moves to the announcers as Matthews continues.

Matthews: “… In an eventful 24 hours between the Royal Rumble and the following nights Raw; the title changed hands twice as Randy Orton defeated Big Show to become Champion at the Rumble, only for Ziggler to cash in his Money In The Bank briefcase and defeat Orton for the title the next night.”

JBL: “And also at the Rumble; Ziggler’s arch rival Chris Jericho returned and won the Royal Rumble match, guaranteeing himself a World Championship match at WrestleMania.”

Matthews: “Let’s take a look back and remind ourselves of those very eventful 24 hours.”


A video package airs with the following events taking place:
  • Randy Orton defeats Big Show and Daniel Bryan in a Triple Threat Match for the World Title at Royal Rumble, pinning Bryan after a mid-air RKO.
  • Big Show angrily demands his rematch the next night after losing his title without been pinned.
  • Later that night, Chris Jericho wins the 2013 Royal Rumble by last eliminating Dolph Ziggler.
  • The next night on Raw, Jericho “dares” Dolph to cash in his MITB so that Jericho can take the World Title from the man who cost him his job.
  • In the main event of the same Raw, Randy Orton successfully defends against Big Show but is knocked out by The Giant after the match.
  • Dolph hits the ring and cashes in, but Orton kicks out of the immediate pin attempt and Ziggler looks worried.
  • Orton connects with the RKO but is too groggy to immediately cover; Dolph just kicks out before the 3!
  • Ziggler lands a massive Superkick on Orton as he attempts a Punt, and Ziggler gets the win.
  • Last week on SmackDown, Chris Jericho announced as a member of the 2013 Hall Of Fame class. Dolph Ziggler says he will defeat a Hall Of Famer at WrestleMania and once again steal the show.
  • Randy Orton says Ziggler won’t make it to WrestleMania; The Viper will finish what he started and Punt Ziggler’s head off to reclaim the title that Dolph “stole”.

Backstage, Renee Young is on camera.

Young: “Ladies and gentlemen my guest at this time is the man who will challenge Dolph Ziggler for the World Heavyweight Championship tonight… Randy Orton.”

The crowd are heard cheering as Orton steps into shot.

Young: “Randy, the WWE Universe is intrigued by the World Heavyweight Championship picture right now. There’s Dolph Ziggler holding the title, yourself with a championship match tonight, and Chris Jericho who has announced that he has elected to challenge for the World Title at WrestleMania after he won the Royal Rumble. There’s a lot of moving parts there, does that effect your preparations going into this match?”

Orton: “No. I couldn’t care less about Chris Jericho tonight. Tonight I am focused on one thing and one thing only, that’s reclaiming MY World Heavyweight Championship. Credit where credit is due, Dolph Ziggler picked his moment to cash in expertly, he saw me in a vulnerable position and he beat me… just. And I know that’s playing on Dolph’s mind; he almost blew it when he cashed in the night after the Royal Rumble. But tonight there will be no kicking out of the RKO. Dolph has this fairytale in his head of walking into WrestleMania as the World Champion and ‘stealing the show’, but I’m sorry to say that by the time I’m through with him tonight, he isn’t going to make it to WrestleMania. For him, it will be show… off.”


Orton walks away and Heat fades to commercials.

Heat returns live in the arena as Drew McIntyre’s Broken Dreams music hits to a babyface reaction from the crowd. McIntyre appears on stage with the European Championship across his shoulder.

Garcia: “The following contest is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, he is the NEW WWE European Champion… Drew McIntyre!”

Matthews: “It’s been an eventful week to say the least for Drew McIntyre. As you see there McIntyre holding the European Championship belt that was re-sanctioned by the new General Manager of Main Event William Regal.”

JBL: “McIntyre defeated Antonio Cesaro in one of the matches of the year so far, you could see just how happy he was to win that title as a proud Scotsman.”

Matthews: “Cesaro extremely upset that he was put in that title match just moments after his campaign to have the European Championship reinstated was approved by William Regal, he has been granted a rematch for this coming Wednesday on Main Event. But right now McIntyre is set to go one-on-one with Wade Barrett.”


With McIntyre in the ring, Barrett’s music hits to loud boos. He slowly makes his entrance with a sour look on his face.

Garcia: “And his opponent… Wade Barrett!”

Matthews: “While it’s been a great week for Drew McIntyre, things couldn’t be going worse for Wade Barrett. He failed to qualify for tonights number one contendership Elimination Chamber match, he has since lost several high-profile matches, Barrett just doesn’t look like he knows where the next win will come from.”

JBL: “And it’s not forced to be tonight either Josh. Like you said, McIntyre is on a roll here at the moment, and let me tell you there is nothing that gets a Scotsman more fired up than a fight against an Englishman!”

Barrett and McIntyre circle the ring before the lock up. Barrett comes out on top, getting McIntyre in an arm bar before whipping him into the ropes. Barrett drops his head and looks for a back drop, but Drew hooks both Barrett’s arms. The crowd pop as Drew looks to hit the Futureshock DDT early; Barrett however wriggles free and flees from the ring under the bottom rope.

The crowd boo loudly as the referee begins to count Barrett out. Barrett doesn’t seem interested in getting back in the ring though, instead snatching a microphone from ringside before heading up the ramp. He is counted out by the referee and the crowd’s boos grow louder.
Drew McIntyre def. Wade Barrett via count-out in 0:25.


Garcia: “Here is your winner as a result of a count-out…”

Barrett: “… Oh shut up Lillian!”


Major heat for Barrett as he cuts off Garcia.

Barrett: “I don’t give a monkeys about Drew McIntyre, his European Championship or bloody Sunday Night Heat. I am a major player, I should be on the bloody pay-per-view! I aren’t wrestling for free, this quite frankly is beneath me. Goodnight New Orleans.”

Barrett drops his mic and heads up the ramp and through the curtain as the crowd continue to boo. McIntyre’s music then plays as he has his arm raised in victory.

Matthews: “Wade Barrett runs away from the fight as Drew looked for an early Futureshock…”

JBL: “…What are you talking about Josh? The man just explained himself perfectly, he feels the match was beneath him and he gracefully wished us all a good night.”

Matthews: “Well we’re each entitled to our opinions John but personally I think Barrett was scared of eating that Futureshock and taking yet another loss. Either way we’re now going to switch gears and focus on the WWE Championship match that will take place tonight at Elimination Chamber – The Rock defends against former Champion CM Punk… and there will be No Disqualifications.”


The video package that also aired on SmackDown is then shown:
  • CM Punk wins the WWE Championship at the 2011 Survivor Series
  • CM Punk retains against Chris Jericho at WrestleMania 28
  • CM Punk retains against Daniel Bryan at Money In The Bank 2012
  • CM Punk retains against John Cena at Night Of Champions 2012
  • The Rock defeats John Cena at WrestleMania 28
  • Punk promo: “For 434 days I defended the WWE Championship against the best this company had to offer…”
  • The Rock defeats CM Punk to become WWE Champion at the 2013 Royal Rumble.
  • Punk: “… and with one lucky win, you took away the most important thing in my life.”
  • CM Punk attacks The Rock at the red carpet premiere of his latest movie.
  • Punk: “… for that I will never forgive you. Believe me Rocky, there is nothing I won’t do to take that title back!”
  • Punk attacks The Rock with a steel pipe and busts him open.
  • Punk: “… this Sunday, our No Disqualification match for the WWE Championship will not only be the end of your last hoorah here in the WWE, I’m gonna beat you so bad that Hollywood won’t recognise you.”

We return to ringside with the camera on the announcers.

Matthews: “Ladies and gentlemen we have just received some quite shocking footage from WWE.com. As you are aware Triple H is scheduled to go one-on-one with Brock Lesnar in an I Quit match which will see Hunter lose his job as COO of WWE if he loses. As you’re not about to see, Brock Lesnar was at WWE HQ earlier today…”

We are shown footage of Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar at WWE HQ, where Brock finds Triple H’s office and tears it apart.



(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZaDOMmmYvo)

Following the conclusion of the video, Renee Young is in the interview area.

Young: “My guest at this time is the man you have just seen alongside Brock Lesnar at WWE Headquarters, Paul Heymnan.”

Heyman walks into shot with a smug look on his face.

Young: “Mr Heyman with all due respect, is what you and Brock did today not taking it a bit too far?”

Heyman: “What me and Brock did? I did nothing, I simply videoed Brock Lesnar helping Triple H clear his office. After all, it won’t be his office this time tomorrow will it? This time tomorrow the mighty King Of Kings will have fallen, he will have uttered those immortal words after sustaining the beating of a lifetime at the hands of Brock Lesnar, he will have said “I QUIT” and relinquished his job as the COO of this company.”

Young: “But Mr Heyman…”

Heyman: “Don’t ‘but’ me Renee, I’m not finished. After tonight the landscape of WWE will change forever as Vince McMahon’s golden boys fall and are replaced by two Paul Heyman guys. The heir apparent to Vince’s throne will fall and Triple H will lose his job as Chief Operating Officer of the WWE, and then CM Punk will destroy the movie star that Vince spent 7 years begging to come back so badly that he will never work here or in Hollywood again. CM Punk and Brock Lesnar will be at the top of the food chain, and there isn’t a man alive who can stop them.”

Young: “Okay, but…”

Heyman: “I’m still not done. So, in answer to your earlier question, no I do not think what Brock did was taking it too far. I think when The Rock Rock Bottomed me, a mere advocate, 2 weeks ago on SmackDown that that was taking it too far. I think when the Chief Operating Officer of a multi-million dollar organisation puts his hands on one of its employees and gives him a Pedigree, that is taking it too far. Tonight is just payback… and much like Triple 's wife... payback’s gonna be a bitch.”


Heat fades to commercials with Heyman looking angry and passionate with Renee not daring to speak further.

We return live in the arena, where Alberto Del Rio’s music hits to boos from the crowd. Del Rio appears wearing his gold-coloured ring attire, and he makes his way to the ring.

Garcia: “The following contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first… Alberto Del Rio!”

Matthews: “We’re all set here for Alberto Del Rio versus Chris Jericho, let’s take you back to this past Friday night on SmackDown and show you how this match came about.”


We are shown a replay from SmackDown, where Chris Jericho was announced as an inductee into the 2013 Hall Of Fame class. Jericho was been interviewed by Jim Ross when Del Rio interrupted. An impromptu match was ended quickly when Del Rio walked away from the match and lost via count-out.

Matthews: “So Chris Jericho very upset at Del Rio interrupting what was an emotional interview about his now Hall Of Fame career, he was granted a match with Del Rio here tonight on Heat.”

JBL: “A big test for Jericho, six weeks away from his World Heavyweight Championship opportunity at WrestleMania. Jericho has looked in the best form of his career since winning the Royal Rumble.”

Matthews: “On the other hand, if Del Rio can pick up the victory here tonight it is bound to thrust him into the title picture. A win over a Hall Of Famer and Royal Rumble winner will always get you noticed with men like Jerry Lawler, William Regal and Booker T running things.”


As Del Rio’s music ends, a “Y2J” chant breaks in the ground before the lights go out. The crowd pops as Jericho’s light-up jacket appears at the top of the ramp, his pyro hits and Jericho’s music plays.

Garcia: “And his opponent… he is the 2013 Royal Rumble winner… Y2J, Chris Jericho!”

Jericho turns around, takes off his jacket and sprints to the ring. The crowd cheer as Jericho takes down Del Rio and begins raining down right hands. The bell rings to begin the match.
Jericho is pulled away from a fired up Del Rio, but Jericho goes right back to work with a series of stomps. Del Rio begs off as he gets to his feet in the corner, but Jericho replies with a series of loud chops that get the “woo” treatment from the crowd. Jericho whips Del Rio into the corner and runs at him; Del Rio counters with a boot to the face, but Jericho recovers and lands a backdrop.

Del Rio again rolls from the ring and the crowd boo loudly as he looks to walk away from the match, but Jericho exits the ring and clatters Del Rio from the behind. The crow cheers as Jericho delivers right hands, followed by a whip into the ring apron. Jericho rolls into the ring to break the ref’s count before exiting again. He looks to whip Del Rio into the stairs, but Del Rio counters and it’s Jericho who eats the steel.

Del Rio mounts the offence, rolling Jericho into the ring and working over his arm in methodical fashion. At 4 minutes, Del Rio lands a stiff kick to the head of Jericho. He goes for the cover, but Y2J kicks out at 2. Del Rio applies a grounded headlock and looks to wear Jericho down. Jericho is inspired by the cheering fans however, he struggles to his knees and delivers a series of elbows to Del Rio’s mid-section. Jericho pushes Del Rio into the ropes and scores a dropkick. Both men are down at the 6 minute mark.

As both men get to their feet, they trade right hands before Jericho takes control with a big chop. Jericho whips Del Rio hard into the corner and immediately follows up with a running bulldog. The crowd is fired up as Jericho goes for the Lionsault, but Del Rio gets the knees up. Del Rio gets to his feet as Jericho sells the effects, he grabs the arm of Jericho and looks for the Cross Arm Breaker. Del Rio spins over and hits the mat the same way he always does to apply his finisher, but Jericho manages to get his arm free, hooks both of Del Rio’s legs and apply the Walls Of Jericho in the middle of the ring. The crowd cheers as Del Rio is left with no choice but to tap out.
Chris Jericho def. Alberto Del Rio via submission in 7:45


Jericho’s music hits and the referee raises his hand as the crowd continues its cheers.

Matthews: “What an expert counter by Chris Jericho, we’ve never seen anyone escape the Cross Arm Breaker like that before.”

JBL: “And that’s exactly why he is a Hall Of Famer Josh, what an excellent performance from Chris Jericho.”

Matthews: “Del Rio taps out, Jericho picks up the win here on Heat.”

JBL: “And now all he has to do is sit back and enjoy Dolph Ziggler versus Randy Orton on the pay-per-view tonight.”

Matthews: “Jericho is heading to WrestleMania 29, we’ll find out later tonight if it will be Orton or Ziggler standing between Y2J and the World Heavyweight Championship.”


The camera shifts to ringside with the announcers.

Matthews: “One of the major stories of 2012 was the feud between John Cena and The Rock, a feud that culminated in their Once In A Lifetime clash at WrestleMania 28. As we know, John Cena lost that match to The Rock, let’s take a look now at the last 2 months in the life of John Cena…”

We feed to a video package where the following events are shown, with Cena’s voice narrating over the clips.
  • The Rock and John Cena shake hands and agree to face each other at WrestleMania 28 the night after Rock cost Cena the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 27.
  • Cena: “They called it the biggest match of my life. They said I had to beat The Rock to prove that I belonged in the same league as the stars of the Attitude Era.”
  • The Rock pins Cena at WrestleMania 28.
  • Cena: “And in the biggest match of my life… I lost. That loss caused my career to tailspin like it never has before.”
  • Cena is F5’d by Brock Lesnar the following night.
  • Cena: “I was beaten to a pulp by Brock Lesnar…”
  • Cena is pinned by John Laurinitis at Over The Limit.
  • Cena: “And embarrassed in front of the world.”
  • The Rock returns at Raw 1000 and announces he will challenge for the WWE Championship at the 2013 Royal Rumble.
  • Cena: “But when The Rock returned, I saw my chance for redemption.”
  • Cena steps into the ring with CM Punk at Night Of Champions 2012 with the WWE Championship on the line.
  • Cena: “If I could become WWE Champion, The Rock would have to face me again at the Royal Rumble.”
  • Punk stands tall following the match with Cena at Night Of Champions.
  • Cena: “But I couldn’t get the job done. Other opportunities presented themselves to me…”
  • Cena takes on Punk in a TLC Match for the title at TLC 2012.
  • Cena: “… but again I failed."
  • Cena takes a spike Piledriver from Punk in a rematch the next episode on SmackDown.
  • Cena: “I sustained an injury that could have ended my career, and I watched my chance at a Royal Rumble clash with The Rock slip by. But I looked at myself in the mirror and swore to come back stronger than ever.”
  • The Rock wins the WWE Championship at the 2013 Royal Rumble.
  • Cena: “And when The Rock won the WWE Championship, I knew that I could get my rematch by winning the Royal Rumble match.”
  • Cena enters the Rumble… but is eliminated by Dolph Ziggler toward the end.
  • Cena: “I came so close… but once again I lost out.”
  • Jerry Lawler announces a #1 contendership Elimination Chamber match with the winner facing the WWE Champion at WrestleMania.
  • Cena: “The Elimination Chamber is my last chance at redemption…”
  • Cena defeats Wade Barrett to qualify for the match.
  • Cena: “And I don’t care what I have to do to make it happen…”
  • Cena defeats Big Show in a singles match.
  • Cena: “I will win the Elimination Chamber on Sunday, I will look The Rock in the eye at WrestleMania 29 and he will know that his time is up… and my time is now.”

The package ends and we are backstage in the locker room area, where Triple H is taping up his wrists in anticipation of his match tonight. In enters Stephanie McMahon, who has a worried expression on her face.

Steph: “Hunter I don’t think this is a great idea…”

HHH: “We’ve been through this Steph, I’m going through with it and that’s final.”

Steph: “But think about everything that you’re putting on the line here. Your job, your health, I’m begging you to reconsider…”

HHH: “You’re acting like I’m about to lose…”

Steph: “No, I just worry about you as a wife and as a mother to our children. Brock Lesnar is a maniac, you’re walking into a trap Hunter. What good can come from this? You get to beat up Brock and feel like a man if you win? That’s great, but what if you lose? You’re throwing away an amazing career, you’re going to end up back in the hospital and I don’t think I can put our children through seeing you like that again.”

HHH: “It isn’t going to come to that Steph, I promise you.”

Steph: “Well I’m coming out there with you okay, Brock will have Paul Heyman and I…”

HHH: “No! Absolutely not. It’s not safe for you to be anywhere near people like Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar, they’re not above putting their hands on you. The best thing you can do for me is leave me to prepare and let me do this by myself. I need to do this Stephanie, try to understand.”

Steph: “But…”

HHH: “No, promise me you won’t go out there tonight.”

Steph: “Okay.”


Steph wipes a worries tear from her eyes and walks away, leaving Hunter to resume taping his wrists.

We return live in the arena, where Teddy Long’s music hits to a mixed reaction from the live crowd.

Matthews: “The Assistant to SmackDown General Manager Teddy Long? What’s he doing out here.”

Teddy: “As a former General Manager, I like to think I know what’s best for you people. That’s why, instead of a one-on-one match for the United States Championship tonight, I put together a triple threat between Damien Sandow, Christian and Zack Ryder. Now, Booker T is technically in charge of things on SmackDown and he added Cody Rhodes to the match to make it a Fourway. Fine, he’s the boss. But I aint letting him take all the credit for this match, so my gift to all of you people… that match aint gonna take place on the pay-per-view… it’s gonna happen right here, right now! Holla!”


The crowd cheer as Long’s music hits again and he exits through the curtain.

JBL: “What the hell? Teddy’s giving away a pay-per-view match for free!”

Matthews: “Great news for the fans watching us here tonight on Heat, but you can guarantee that Booker T is not going to be pleased about this when he finds out.”


Zack Ryder’s music then hits to a good cheer from the crowd and the bell sounds.

Roberts: “The following is a Fatal Fourway Match, and it is for the United States Championship! Introducing first, from the L I… Long Island Iced Z… Zack Ryder!”

Matthews: “Ryder walks into this match with a right to be upset. It was back at the Royal Rumble that Ryder lost the United States Championship to Damien Sandow, but Ryder never received the one-on-one rematch he is entitled to. Instead he was placed in this match by Teddy Long.”

JBL: “And to add insult to injury Ryder pinned Sandow on SmackDown this week, so he knows he can beat Sandow when given that opportunity!”

Matthews: “So we’re getting this Fourway live on Heat tonight, are we going to see our first title change on Sunday nights since Heat was re-launched?”

JBL: “The odds don’t look good for Sandow!”


Cody Rhodes’s music is next to play to bring out Cody to boos.

Matthews: “Normally I would agree with you, but look who’s on his way to the ring. One of the three men challenging Sandow for the title is his best friend, the big question going into this match is whether Cody is going for the gold or helping his friend retain.”

JBL: “And you can see Cody looks conflicted, I don’t think he even knows the answer to that question!”

Roberts: “On his way to the ring… Cody Rhodes!”


Rhodes waits on the outside of the ring as Sandow’s music hits to louder boos.

Roberts: “Introducing next, he is the self-professed intellectual saviour of the masses and the current United States Champion… Damien Sandow!”

Sandow holds the belt high with a smug smile on his face as he slowly walks down the ramp.

Matthews: “There’s no doubting this man’s ability and certainly his intelligence, but the odds are not in the favour of the champion here tonight.”

JBL: “The United States Championship changed hands at our last two pay-per-views, could it be three in a row tonight?”


Sandow joins Cody at ringside, takes off his robe and puts his arm around Cody. He shows him the belt before telling him “do the right thing Cody.” Cody and Sandow then slide into the ring and begin to beat down Ryder.

Matthews: “What the hell!? The match hasn’t even started yet.”

Sandow and Rhodes put the boots in on Ryder before Christian’s music hits to loud cheers from the crowd. Christian sprints to the ring and takes down Sandow, the bell sounding to begin the match.
Sandow continues to work over Ryder as Christian lays into Rhodes. Christian clotheslines Rhodes over the top rope before turning his attention to Sandow. Christian hits him from behind before delivering a series of chops in the corner. Ryder rolls from the ring in a clearly-hurt manor, leaving Sandow and Christian to go at it in the ring. Christian has the early momentum, a suplex is followed by an elbow drop before Christian makes the first pin attempt of the match, but Sandow kicks out early.

JBL: “Smart from Christian, looking for the pin while Rhodes and Ryder are on the outside.”

Christian is fired up and climbs to the top rope, waiting for Sandow to get to his feet. Christian scores with a missile dropkick, but Rhodes re-enters the ring and breaks up the pin attempt. Rhodes delivers a flurry of stomps to Christian.

Matthews: “And there’s Rhodes coming to the aid of his friend.”

JBL: “Did he come to the aid of his friend Josh, or did he want to save the title for himself?”


Rhodes connects with a Disaster Kick to Christian, but the impact sends Christian to the outside. Rhodes turns around to find Sandow has gotten to his feet. The pair slowly approach each other, Sandow yelling instructions at Cody, telling him to lay down for him. The crowd gets fired up behind Cody has he shakes his head to refuse. Sandow slaps Rhodes – Rhodes retaliates with a series of right hands! Rhodes attempts the Irish Whip, Sandow counters and lowers his head for a backdrop, but Cody takes a page out of his brother Goldust’s book by dropping to the mat and scoring with an uppercut. The crowd is on fire as Cody scores with the Alabama Slam… he goes for the pin… 1… 2…

Ryder pulls Rhodes from the ring and makes the save! The crowd boo as Rhodes and Ryder trade blows on the outside; Ryder looks to whip Cody but Rhodes reverses and sends Ryder crashing into the ringside barricade. Rhodes enters the ring at the same time as Christian does at the opposite side, and the crowd pops big when Christian lands a Spear! He goes for the cover… 1… 2… Sandow breaks up the count!

Big heat for Sandow from the crowd as he barely manages to save his title. Christian retaliates with right hands, backing Sandow into the corner. He climbs onto the second turnbuckle and delivers ten right hands, the crowd counting as Christian hammers down with the blows. He follows up with a tornado DDT and goes for the cover… 1… 2… Rhodes breaks it up!

Matthews: “Once again Rhodes saves Sandow!”

JBL: “That’s twice now Sandow has been beat and Cody has made the save!”


Sandow stays grounded as Cody and Christian once again go at it. Christian takes advantage, he looks for the Killswitch, but as he spins Rhodes around he counters into Cross Rhodes! The crowd’s cheers turn to loud boos however as Sandow throws Cody from the ring and makes the cover on Christian… 1… 2… 3!
Damien Sandow def. Christian, Zack Ryder & Cody Rhodes in 6:10 to retain the United States Championship


Roberts: “Here is your winner and still the United States Champion… Damien Sandow!”
The crowd boo as Sandow’s music hits. He has his arm raised before quickly snatching his title belt and retreating up the ramp. Cody sells shock and upset at ringside.

Matthews: “Cody had it won, Cody was going to win the title, Sandow stabbed him in the back and stole the win!”

JBL: “What are you talking about Josh? It’s every man for himself, Sandow did what he had to do to retain his title.”

Matthews: “Twice in this match Cody saved Sandow from defeat, only for Sandow to pick up on Cody’s Cross Rhodes to Christian.”

JBL: “Like an intelligent man should!”

Matthews: “Look at the look on Cody’s face.”

JBL: “Yeah I think this may be the end of Rhodes Scholars Josh.”

Matthews: “Folks that’s just about all we have time for here on Sunday Night Heat, we are just moments away from the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view! Rock vs Punk, Triple H vs Lesnar, two Elimination Chamber matches, we’ll see you soon!”


Heat goes off the air with Sandow standing at the top of the ramp with the title held high and Rhodes looks on desperately from ringside.

Quick Results

Kofi Kingston & R-Truth def. Epico & Primo in 5:20

Drew McIntyre def. Wade Barrett via count-out in 0:25.

Chris Jericho def. Alberto Del Rio via submission in 7:45

Damien Sandow def. Christian, Zack Ryder & Cody Rhodes in 6:10 to retain the United States Championship

The Rock | Undertaker | Triple H | Chris Jericho | Stone Cold

CM Punk | Dean Ambrose | Mark Henry | Daniel Bryan | Dolph Ziggler

Austin Aries | Jeff Hardy | AJ Styles | Bully Ray | Christopher Daniels
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