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As for Anonymous since he took out The Undertaker, he should take out Undertaker's brother Kane, if he takes out both Brothers of Destruction then he should go after Randy Orton, John Cena or even Chris Jericho if he wants to make an even bigger name for himself because Anonymous reminds me sort of like The Undertaker but he also reminds me sort of like Jason Voorhees meets Michael Myers in the sense of his supernatural character
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April 8, 2013

Barclays Center; Brooklyn, New York



You Have No Honor


The WrestleMania XXIX highlight reel is shown, recapping the events from last night’s pay per view in still images. Everything was shown from Mickie James and Cryme Tyme capturing the Diva’s and Tag Team Titles respectively to Dolph Ziggler and The Rock defending the World Heavyweight and WWE Titles. The Undertaker running his streak to 21-0 against Dean Ambrose, only to be attacked by WWE Anonymous shortly after the contest, each image bringing a quick commentary clip as well. The video package ended with Stone Cold Steve Austin’s return to the WWE ring being a successful one against CM Punk as the Texas Rattlesnake celebrated with his customary beers.


CULT OF PERSONALITY


The Straight Edge Superstar comes storming out from behind the curtains, the crowd booing loudly with a mixture of laughs from several fans as Punk stares around angrily, Paul Heyman following closely behind. Both men headed down to the squared circle and climbed inside, CM Punk immediately sitting down in the middle of the ring as Paul Heyman retrieved a microphone and handed it to his client.

CM PunkI know he’s in the building tonight and he knows that I requested he be out here…so I’m not entirely sure what’s taking Vince McMahon so long. So Vince, I know these fans don’t want me to sit out here all night. Hell, I know you don’t want me to sit out here all night, because then everyone goes home unhappy and nobody buys any of the merchandise, which means that your pockets get only slightly lighter. We know you don-


NO CHANCE


CM Punk is cut off by the theme music of the Chairman of the Board who struts his way out into view, his eyes focused in on CM Punk in the middle of the ring. Vince wastes little time heading down the aisle way before heading into the squared circle where he is handed a microphone from an outside attendant.

Vince McMahon “Alright Punk, you have what you requested. I am not present and accounted for so you may proceed with what you came out here to say.”

CM PunkWell Vince there are a couple of things I would like to get off of my chest and each one of them has to deal, in some way, with you. First off, several months ago you and I had our little disagreement over my contract and you rolled out the red carpet and offered me practically anything I wanted in order to get me to stick around, which I graciously accepted…out of the goodness of my heart. But lately, Vince, it has dawned on me that once the contract was signed, CM Punk was no longer the main attraction. I was under the impression that you were going to take care of my needs, give me every opportunity in the world to become the global icon, but instead I had to do everything on my own.

Vince stood still, staring down at Punk as he ranted on from his seated position. Meanwhile, Paul Heyman stood back in a corner and listened closely, nodding his head in agreement with everything Punk had to say as the crowd booed loudly at what Punk was telling the Chairman.

CM PunkI’m the one who had to make my own WrestleMania moment, Vince. You just couldn’t stand the fact that I was becoming the greatest WWE Champion this company had ever seen, so you desperately brought The Rock back to steal that Championship away from me and then you just hoped I would go away. You hoped I would fade into the daily grind of this company, but that’s not how CM Punk does things.

Vince McMahon “You called me out here…for this? All of this happened several months ago, Punk…”

CM PunkYou’re right Vince, all of this did happen several months ago and I am sitting out here right now STILL calling you a coward. While others were set in their WrestleMania moments I had to push Stone Cold Steve Austin over the edge before I could get my own WrestleMania moment, Vince. Over the past several months I have fought two of the biggest superstars your precious little ‘Attitude Era’ had to offer and I was screwed!

As the crowd continued to boo CM Punk he quickly climbed up out of his seated position, now standing as he stared Vince right in his eyes. The two men stared coldly toward one another, Paul Heyman taking a step forward, making sure he didn’t have to separate his client from Vince before anything got too out of hand.

CM PunkBut…I’m not mad. You see the more I thought about it the more I realized that I did not need Vincent Kennedy McMahon to make CM Punk into a global icon, because, quite frankly, I already am. What I have found out over the past several months is that I am better than you, Vince, I am better than this whole entire company. I have the one thing that you don’t have and you’ve never had a day in your life…Honor. It seems the only way to get what you deserve around here is to shake things up, consider the WWE on notice, Vince. Just remember one thing, you brought this all on yourself.

’Cult of Personality’ re-hit the P.A System as CM Punk dropped the microphone and he and Paul Heyman exited the ring, Heyman asking Punk what was going on, to which CM Punk just smirked and kept walking toward the back. Vince remained inside the squared circle, clearly angered by the disrespect CM Punk was showing him as Raw went to its first commercial.


—Commercial Break—


Opening Contest – Beat The Clock Challenge – Singles Match
Antonio Cesaro vs. Daniel Bryan

-Both men stared off the contest locking up in the middle of the ring and then preceded to trade arm drags and hip tosses, before restarting and doing much of the same. It was a stale mate for the first few minutes until finally Cesaro managed to gain the offensive and ground Bryan. Then it was Daniel Bryan’s turn for some offense as he landed some brutal kicks to Cesaro and finished it off with a dropkick to Antonio. As the match wore on it was Bryan who was in control and looked to be close to victory when the stage suddenly erupted in flames, Daniel Bryan snapping his head that way. That little bit of a distraction allowed Cesaro to seize the advantage and deliver the Neutralizer before making the cover and getting the three!-
Winner – Antonio Cesaro @ 8:43

Cesaro celebrated his victory as Daniel Bryan was attended too by the official, the cameras heading into the backstage area. Ted DiBiase and his father, Ted DiBiase Sr. are standing by with Josh Matthews, DiBiase clutching the Money in the Bank briefcase in his hand. He’s asked about his Money in the Bank victory at WrestleMania, to which he responds that he has been telling the WWE Universe for weeks now that he was going to be victorious and further cement his family’s legacy. He was then asked about the end of the contest, where Orton and Cesaro both unhooked it before it favorably fell into DiBiase’s path. Ted’s demeanor changed to a look of disgust as he asked Josh if he was questioning the validity of his victory? When Josh shook his head, DiBiase then told him that if anyone had any questions about his victory, they need only watch tonight and see him beat Randy Orton to know that he fully deserves to be Mr. Money in the Bank.

Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler plugged that General Managers Vickie Guerrero and Stone Cold Steve Austin had issued a Beat the Clock challenge with the winner being crowned the new Number One Contender and would face The Rock at Extreme Rules for the WWE Championship. They also discussed that John Cena would be addressing the live crowd here at the Barclays Center, but John Cena had yet to arrive at the arena. A video package then played highlighting the recent videos involving WWE Anonymous before showing his arrival at WrestleMania XXIX where he took out The Undertaker, making a huge impact in his first night in the WWE.


—Commercial Break—


Back from the commercial break we have another handheld camera promo from The Shield. The three men introduced themselves before bringing up the match at WrestleMania with The Undertaker. They actually applauded the Deadman for everything that he endured, but then said that if the WWE thought they were just going to roll over and die because they finally failed at something, then they had another thing coming. Now, they would be turning their attention towards none other than the Tag Team Champions, Cryme Tyme. They said that it was embarrassing the way they conducted themselves and the fact that they immediately got a Tag Title chance the second their team was reformed was pathetic and one of the biggest injustices. With that being said, The Shield had decided to bring the gold home to a much more deserving team and they won’t stop until the gold is where it belongs. Believe In The Shield!

Match Two – Beat The Clock Challenge – Singles Match
Kurt Angle vs. Shelton Benjamin

-The two former teammates on Team Angle shook hands in the center of the ring before locking up and going into battle, Kurt Angle immediately taking control. He took the fight to Shelton from the get go and kept getting two counts as he tried to put this match away as quickly as possible. However, Shelton would not go down quietly as he continued to battle back and even mounted a sizeable offensive attack on the Olympic Gold Medalist. With Angle growing more and more frustrated as Cesaro’s time to beat drew closer, Shelton took advantage and delivered an Exploder Suplex quickly hooking the leg; One…Two…Th-Kick Out! Benjamin couldn’t believe it but pressed on with his attack. Finally it was Angle who managed to land an Angle Slam before immediately locking in the Ankle Lock! Benjamin writhed in pain as Angle stared at the timer winding down closer and closer, it being at only Ten Seconds. Kurt torqued the ankle before dropping down into the Grapevine, Shelton trying to hold on as time ultimately ran out and the buzzer sounded!-
No Contest

Angle released the Ankle Lock when the buzzer sounded; completely frustrated that he wasn’t able to beat the clock. He rolled over onto his knees staring toward Shelton who was still grasping at his ankle. Kurt just merely nodded his head, a mutual admiration for his former teammate of Team Angle before he rolled out of the ring and headed toward the back still showing his frustration.

The commentary team continued to plug the Beat the Clock challenge to determine the new Number One Contender for the WWE Championship while also showing a live feed view of the parking area, waiting on the arrival of John Cena as just then a limousine pulled up and out came John Cena. His arrival was met with a mixed reaction as he headed into the arena, the commentary team telling everyone that John Cena would be inside the squared circle when Monday Night Raw returns.


—Commercial Break—


When Monday Night Raw returned from the commercial break ‘My Time Is Now’ hit the P.A System, signaling the arrival of John Cena. He came out from the backstage area a lot differently than in past months, hell even past years, still looking rather disappointed in himself from last night as he headed to the ring. The commentary team noticed this demeanor as well and made a few notes of it too as he got into the squared circle. John opened by apologizing to the WWE Universe for his performance last night, telling them that he failed in his attempt to exact revenge on the people who cost him his chance at headlining WrestleMania. But, he promised that he would not let the WWE Universe down again and vowed that tonight, against the big monster Brodus Clay, he would beat the time set by Antonio Cesaro and go on to Extreme Rules where he could get some redemption from last year’s WrestleMania and once again become the WWE Champion!

Vince McMahon is shown walking backstage, undoubtedly towards his office or perhaps even his limousine to usher him out of the building, but first he was stopped by Vickie Guerrero, who looked rather worried. She asked Vince just what was going on with CM Punk and wondered just what he meant with his comments earlier. While Vince could not give her a clear answer, he told her not to worry because if the time came where CM Punk tried ANYTHING over the line, then Vince would personally handle it himself.

Match Three – Singles Match
Randy Orton vs. Ted DiBiase w/ Ted DiBiase Sr.

-It seemed like a night for old teammates to get reacquainted inside the squared circle as this time two former members of Legacy squared off. The Viper took it right too DiBiase as soon as the bell sounded, drilling him with stiff right hands and various slams and suplexes, clearly out to prove a point that he deserves to be Mr. Money in the Bank. While Ted could not find an answer for the first couple of minutes, he soon managed to right the ship and pull himself back into the contest with various cheap tactics, even the help of his father on the outside. It was all of this that allowed DiBiase to show off his versatility, his mixture of power and technical gifts on Orton to ground and wear him down. From there, Randy began to fight back and take it right back to DiBiase and even managed to get his hands on Ted Sr., only to be blasted by Junior just before he could do any sort of damage. The action went back and forth, seeing Orton slowly gain the momentum and rile up the crowd as he looked for the finish only to see Ted Jr. once again slither out of harm’s way, rolling Orton up and hooking the tights as he got the three count!-
Winner – Ted DiBiase

As the official’s hand slammed down for the third time, DiBiase immediately released the tights and bolted from the squared circle. He celebrated on the outside with his father, who handed his son his Money in the Bank briefcase, Orton staring on, once more, in utter shock. The Viper looks at the official trying to explain to him what happened and even get a few answers himself, both DiBiase’s grinning arrogantly as they back up towards the backstage area. Both Ted Jr. and Randy Orton stare toward one another, The Million Dollar Man belting out one of his infamous laughs as Raw faded to commercial.


—Commercial Break—


A quick shot is shown of the Barclays Center once Raw returns from commercial break before suddenly seeing the lights dim down inside the arena. Several screams can be heard coming from the crowd as the same eerie tune begins playing that played at WrestleMania XXIX.



The theme song ’Nightmare’ hit the P.A System, signaling the arrival of WWE Anonymous. While the seconds past the crowd began to grow restless as there was no sign of him. Instead, the TitanTron lit up with the Extreme Rules logo and the words ‘He Will Be Revealed’ as both Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler question if it truly means that WWE Anonymous is going to reveal himself at Extreme Rules.

With all the action and drama that had transpired already tonight, the WWE Universe was buzzing with excitement as more video packages were shown from WrestleMania Axxess and more still images of the WrestleMania pay per view itself. Antonio Cesaro was shown standing by a monitor, waiting anxiously for the final Beat the Clock Challenge as Josh Matthews comes up. He asks Cesaro about John Cena and Brodus Clay and his prediction on the contest, to which Cesaro replies that he does not care about the outcome of the match as…only that it doesn’t beat his time, so that he will be the new Number One Contender for the WWE Championship. Before Josh could ask him another question Cesaro just turned his back to him and the camera, eyeing the monitor intently.

Main Event – Beat the Clock Challenge – Singles Match
Brodus Clay vs. John Cena

-The bell sounded as the match began, the timer ticking down from 8:43 as both men eyed the timer before locking up in the center of the ring. Normally Brodus which show off his strength and toss Cena, but instead the two men traded headlocks, Cena actually showing some nice reversal skills to drop toe hold Clay before landing a harsh elbow. It was Cena who got the offense first and landed several big moves, each time going for the cover but only getting a two count. Now it was Clay’s turn to show off his massive size and athletic ability as he squashed Cena in the corner and on the canvas with several slams, followed by splashes of some kind, he too going for pin attempts but only getting two counts. As the timer reached three minutes remaining, that’s when you saw the frustration growing on Clay’s face as he continued to try and put John Cena away, only to see him fight back and fight him off before delivering multiple shoulder blocks and connecting with his back suplex. John then hit the ‘You Can’t See Me’ fist-drop and when Clay stumbled up to his feet he was lifted and nailed with an impressive F-U! However, instead of going for the cover, Cena quickly synched in the STF with two minutes left on the clock, the commentators plugging how Angle did this exact same thing and it cost him. They questioned if Clay could hold on, but those were soon answered as his hand smacked off the canvas, John Cena beating the time set and becoming the new Number One Contender!-
Winner – John Cena @ 8:08

John Cena rolled off of Clay as soon as the bell sounded and he just laid on the ring canvas, resting his arms across his head as his name was announced as the winner, signaling that he would be taking on The Great One at Extreme Rules for the WWE Championship. He slowly got up to his feet and had his arm raised in victory, not showing much emotion or celebration as he knew that this was just the first step on his road to reclaiming the WWE Title.


WWE Extreme Rules Card

Sunday, May 19, 2013

card subject to change

WWE Championship – Singles Match
The Rock© vs. John Cena

PLUS

WWE Anonymous Revealed


I've decided to shoot for the moon and do this storyline I've been thinking about for awhile now. It might blow up in my face, but if I can write it the way I've thought it up...I think it should come out very nicely.
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It seems Rock vs Cena II is happening at Extreme Rules for the WWE Championship but what type of match stipulation though? Could it possibly be Last Man Standing, Steel Cage, Extreme Rules, Ladder, or a TLC Match? Either way I actually want to see Rock vs Cena II for the WWE Championship at Extreme Rules in the main event because I have no doubt that it will close out the show

For Anonymous he will reveal himself at Extreme Rules, I should have known better than to think that he would show up on RAW especially when the night before on the grandest stage of them all, WrestleMania 29 he took out The Undertaker but at the same time Anonymous showing up at Extreme Rules is perfect but I wonder what type of an impact he will make again

The Shield setting their sights on the WWE Tag Team Championship, they could always go about it by using the Freebird rule should they win the titles from Cryme Tyme

As for Punk, why do I get the feeling that he is preparing to quit WWE or that he will threaten to quit

But as for Cesaro beating Bryan, it was a nice match all be it that Kane distracted Bryan

And DiBiase proves himself after winning MITB the night before by beating Orton, DiBiase with that briefcase it guarantees him gold either at becoming the next WWE Champion or the next World Heavyweight Champion because he could cash it in on either champion which is really to his advantage
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For the World Heavyweight Championship I wonder who Ziggler's opponent will end up being since Ryback came up short and since Del Rio got his rematch clause and failed, who else is there for Ziggler to face? There's Orton, Sheamus, Big Show, Jericho again, Kane, but then there's Punk he could even set his sights on Ziggler's title if he wants to, endless array for Ziggler but Ziggler's reign I don't see it lasting long

How about Swagger or Henry
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Monday Night Raw News & Notes

-The WWE has decided to plunge full speed ahead into a storyline they have been on the fence about for weeks. While the full details have yet to be clear, it obviously will revolve around CM Punk and Vince McMahon. Look for further details next week on Raw and for the culmination of this storyline to happen sometime around the TBD Pay Per View that the WWE have set up following Extreme Rules.-

-John Cena was given the nod to become the new #1 Contender on Raw, but this decision was not finalized until minutes before Raw went on the air. There was talk of giving Antonio Cesaro the title shot, but WWE Creative felt that this was the blockbuster Main Event that would draw more buys. Plus, WWE is already planning a huge push for Cesaro sometime in the coming months.-

-While John Cena vs. The Rock is the only current match scheduled for Extreme Rules, the prevailing theme is that Ted DiBiase and Randy Orton will square off for DiBiase's Money in the Bank briefcase at the PPV. The more interesting note is that the WWE plans on stretching this feud out, possibly even taking it 2-3 months down the road. Other matches that have been pretty much solidified but not announced are; The Shield vs. Cryme Tyme & Daniel Bryan vs. Kane.-

Friday Night SmackDown Preview

-Dolph Ziggler escaped WrestleMania XXIX still the World Heavyweight Champion, but now the question is who will his opponent be for Extreme Rules? Several superstars are chomping at the bit to impress Interim General Manager Teddy Long in the hopes of becoming the new #1 Contender.-

-Cryme Tyme will be live on SmackDown to address the recent challenge set out by The Shield for their Tag Team Titles. Will the challenge be accepted? Will The Shield make an appearance? These questions will hopefully be answered when the newly crowned Tag Team Champions show out LIVE on SmackDown.-

-Already announced for this week's edition of SmackDown, the Intercontinental Champion, Wade Barrett, will go one on one with the United States Champion, Xavier Woods. Many other top stars will be in action including; Dolph Ziggler, Ryback, Jack Swagger, Mark Henry and The Shield. All of this plus more!-

Scheduled Matches

Non-Title Singles Match
Chris Jericho vs. Dolph Ziggler

Champion's Showcase - Non-Title Singles Match
Wade Barrett vs. Xavier Woods

Tag Team Match
PrimeTime Players vs. Ryback & Sheamus


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Punk/McMahon feud hopefully leading to a Punk vs McMahon match at a PPV

As for Cesaro getting a huge push, I wouldn't be opposed to it

DiBiase vs Orton for the briefcase, I love it because of their history together in Legacy when Orton was DiBiase's mentor and DiBiase was the protege, sort of like Orton/HHH in a way

Shield vs Cryme Tyme vs Team Hell No in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship, I wouldn't be opposed to it

And as for the #1 Contender for the World Heavyweight Championship, Ziggler defending his title, I wonder just against who? But whoever it is, it will make for a great match
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April 12, 2013

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A Night of Redemption
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The opening pyrotechnics erupt all around the staging area as the sold out crowd cheers and claps loudly for the start of Friday Night SmackDown. Just like on Raw, several still images of Sunday’s WrestleMania XXIX Pay Per View are shown, highlighting what the SmackDown-Brand Superstars did at the biggest spectacle in sports entertainment. When the video package is complete and the commentators are finished discussing the pay per view…


I’M HERE TO SHOW THE WORLD


The World Heavyweight Champion, Dolph Ziggler, accompanied by AJ Lee and Big E Langston, steps forward out from behind the backstage curtains. The Champion arrogantly shows off for the booing audience as he proudly shows off the fact that he is still the World Heavyweight Champion while they all three head down and climb into the squared circle. Once inside the ring, Ziggler takes the microphone and explains to everyone listening that he did just what his nickname implies, he was…a show off. With all the odds stacked against him, he managed to beat both Alberto Del Rio and Ryback to retain his World Heavyweight Title. Now, with Extreme Rules a little over a month away, Dolph Ziggler demanded Teddy Long come out and announce who his next challenger would be. He didn’t have to wait long as only a few moments passed before…


MACMILLITANT


It was a nice ovation for the Interim General Manager as he strolled casually out from the back and into view of everyone, his eyes fixed down at the ring. Instead of heading all the way down, Teddy simply stopped at the entrance way and once his theme music died down began to speak. He told Ziggler that what he accomplished at WrestleMania was quite impressive, albeit very fortunate. While he did retain the World Heavyweight Championship, judging from where Teddy was, it seemed as though Ryback had done all the work for him. That’s where Ziggler cut him off and told Teddy that it didn’t matter who did what, all that mattered was that he still had the gold. The GM couldn’t argue with that, but told Dolph that he thought long and hard about it and could’ve gone the conventional way of determining a #1 Contender, but that’s just not his style. Instead, Teddy Long had decided to name Ziggler’s opponent for Extreme Rules and he told the Champion that this time, he would have to do all the work, because his opponent was…Ryback! The crowd erupted in cheers as Ziggler went crazy in the ring, not liking the decision made by Long in the slightest. However, Teddy was not finished. Considering it was the Extreme Rules Pay Per View, Long decided that the stipulation added would be that Dolph Ziggler would take on Ryback, one on one, inside a Steel Cage!


—Commercial Break—


Opening Contest – Singles Match
Alex Riley vs. Mark Henry

-This contest was never in doubt, nor was it really a contest. The World’s Strongest Man used it to show off his incredible size, brute force and strength. While Riley managed to land a couple of punches and kicks here and there, he did his part in selling the tremendous force behind each move from Henry. The match lasted longer than it really should’ve because Henry just toyed with Riley, landing the World’s Strongest Slam on two separate occasions, before finally pinning Riley and getting the victory.-
Winner – Mark Henry

After the bell had sounded, Mark Henry stood on his feet yelling out at the crowd as they booed him. He then turned his attention back towards Alex Riley, forcing the medical personnel to abandon the ring as he dragged Riley back to his feet and delivered a THIRD World’s Strongest Slam. Mark wasn’t done there, as he slowly began to drag Riley into one of the nearby turnbuckles before slowly climbing up to the middle rope. But, before he could inflict anymore damage Written In My Face hits the P.A System and The Celtic Warrior, Sheamus came storming out from the back and sprinted toward the ring. Just as he slid underneath the bottom rope, that’s when Mark Henry climbed out of the ring, grinning from ear to ear as he walked away, Sheamus urging him to get back inside the ring.

In the backstage area we see The PrimeTime Players standing by talking with Teddy Long. Both men have their doubts about having to face Ryback and Sheamus later in a tag match, telling Teddy Long that the more important issue is their rematch for their Tag Team Titles. Teddy Long halts them there, telling them that if they are ‘PrimeTime’ like their team name suggests, then they should have no problem taking down two superstars who don’t even team together. Then, Long told them that if they were victorious tonight, then they could further discuss this rematch for the tag team titles.

Chris Jericho is the next superstar shown as the cameras switch over, showing Y2J standing next to Striker. He asks Jericho about his match tonight with the World Heavyweight Champion, but Y2J cuts him off telling him that he’s stepped inside the ring with Ziggler in the past and he’ll have no problem beating that generic assclown tonight. However, the more pressing matter is what Teddy Long will do about WrestleMania where he was clearly screwed out of the chance to once again become the Intercontinental Champion. Jericho continues by saying Wade Barrett got the victory at WrestleMania, but nobody in their right mind could think that he deserves to carry that Championship and after he goes discusses things with Teddy Long, he has no doubt that Teddy will see things his way and grant him a rematch against Wade Barrett at Extreme Rules.

Match Two – Tag Team Match – Normal Tag
PrimeTime Players vs. Ryback & Sheamus

-The former Tag Team Champions had their hands full with Ryback and Sheamus both out to build momentum. While they were blasted out of the ring in the early going, no matter which one of them was the legal man, eventually they slowly got back into the contest and actually grounded both Ryback and Sheamus. For the most part they kept Ryback on the canvas, trading tags in and out to keep the fresh man in so that they could keep him away from Sheamus. Anytime the #1 Contender for the World Title was close to tagging in his partner, the legal man for PTP would knock Sheamus off the apron, before dragging Ryback back into the far corner. Ultimately Ryback made the tag and Sheamus cleaned house, disposing of both men before seeing the finish as he delivered the Brogue Kick to Darren Young, getting the victory.-
Winners – Ryback & Sheamus

Once the bell sounded we suddenly see Mark Henry at ringside dragging Sheamus out of the ring before throwing him violently, shoulder first, into the steel ring steps. He stands tall over Sheamus before slowly dragging him over to the announce table and ripping it apart. From there, the World’s Strongest Man climbs up onto the table, pulling Sheamus with him, before planting him straight through the announce table with the World’s Strongest Slam! Again Mark Henry yells out at the audience, getting even more heat than earlier in the night as the cameras faded to commercial.


—Commercial Break—


Back from the commercial break we have the WWE Tag Team Champions, Cryme Tyme, standing inside the squared circle, celebrating with their newly won Tag Team Titles. They get a loud ovation of cheers before having everyone settle down so they can discuss the recent challenge laid out by The Shield. Shad starts by telling everyone that Cryme Tyme doesn’t back down from any fight, they welcome any and all challengers, but he feels as though they have been disrespected by The Shield. That’s when he hands the microphone over to JTG who goes into further detail, saying that The Shield didn’t seem so eager to go after the Tag Team Titles when the likes of Team Hell No and the PrimeTime Players had the belts, so they must look at Shad and JTG like a couple of chumps that will just roll over and hand them the titles. Well, that’s not how Cryme Tyme operates and if The Shield want to be the first victims, then Cryme Tyme gladly accepts their challenge.

Ryback was standing by backstage with Matt Striker and was asked about being named the Number One Contender for the World Heavyweight Title. He told Josh that it was something he deserved more than any other superstar in this company. At WrestleMania, he goes on to say, he was the man who deserved to walk out the World Heavyweight Champion, but instead it was ripped away from him. Ryback tells Matt that at Extreme Rules, he gets Dolph Ziggler all to himself and nobody, not Big E Langston, not AJ Lee not even God himself can save Dolph from the beating and punishment he is going to receive.

Match Three – Champions Showcase – Nontitle Singles Match
Wade Barrett vs. Xavier Woods

-The two Champions did exactly what the title of the contest suggested; they put on a showcase of their talents. Each man got a lengthy spell on offense to show off their individual skills and what led them to being the Intercontinental and United States Champions, respectively. First it was Barrett who showed off his brute force and power, before giving way to the speed and quickness of Xavier Woods, who wowed the crowd with his aerial abilities. Then it was Barrett grounding the high flyer and motioning out to the crowd for some cheap heat throughout. After both superstars got lengthy shots on offense, it was then time for them to trade counters and reversals, bringing the crowd onto the edge of their seats but ultimately Woods was caught jumping off the top rope, Wade Barrett catching him in mid-air with the Bull Hammer! He covered Xavier and picked up the victory in the battle of Champions.-
Winner – Wade Barrett

While Wade Barrett celebrates inside the squared circle, he is immediately interrupted as Break the Walls Down hits the P.A System. Barrett stares towards the entrance way as Y2J comes out to a loud ovation of cheers. He stops near the aisle way, microphone in hand, as he first congratulates Wade Barrett on his impressive performance tonight. However, he then tells Wade that come Extreme Rules it’s going to take a lot more than that for him to walk out with the Intercontinental Championship. The crowd cheers loudly as Barrett looks on, confused by what Jericho means. Y2J then explains it too him that he went and talked to Teddy Long and they both agreed that the little stunt you pulled at WrestleMania might have been clever enough to get you the victory then, but it also means you face the consequences. Now, Wade Barrett will be defending his Intercontinental Championship against Chris Jericho, once again, only this time it will involve a little bit…more. It will involve Tables, Ladders and Chairs!


—Commercial Break—


Match Four – Singles Match
Jack Swagger vs. Justin Gabriel

-The All American-American made quick work of his opponent tonight as he had a new Manager in his corner during the contest. The commentators announced that his name was Zeb Coulter. Swagger dominated Gabriel from start to finish, only receiving a couple of hard kicks to his legs and chest before catching an attempted kick and turning it into the Patriot Lock. Gabriel struggled and fought to try and get to the ropes but ultimately he taps out!-
Winner – Jack Swagger

After several seconds of keeping the Patriot Lock synched in, Swagger finally releases the hold as the official tends to Justin Gabriel. Zeb Coulter joins his client inside the squared circle where he raises Jack’s arm high into the air in victory as both men repeatedly yell out ‘We The People’. The crowd showers them both with boo’s as they continue to stand there, Swagger staring coldly straight ahead after his impressive victory over Gabriel.

The commentators are up next on the SmackDown telecast as they discuss what all has transpired this evening. They talk about the Mark Henry/Sheamus confrontation before showing the replay of Henry’s assault on Sheamus after his tag team victory. They then discuss the Main Event for tonight involving Dolph Ziggler and Chris Jericho before breaking to the television audience that Interim GM Teddy Long has indeed announced the following contests for Extreme Rules: Jericho vs. Barrett, Cryme Tyme vs. Rollins & Reigns & Mark Henry vs. Sheamus to go along with Dolph vs. Ryback.

Match Five – Tag Team Match – Normal Tag
Epico & Primo vs. The Shield

-Teddy Long wanted to give everyone a preview of just what they could expect from the team of Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns as they took on Epico and Primo. Both members of The Shield looked impressive when they were inside the squared circle, Rollins showing off his all-around wrestling ability while Reigns showed off his power. Both Epico and Primo looked overmatched throughout the contest, but still managed to gain a little bit of offense before being completely overrun by The Shield. The finish saw Rollins take out Epico to the outside while Roman Reigns drilled Primo with a Spear before covering him and getting the win for his team.-
Winners – The Shield

Dean Ambrose joined his fellow Shield teammates inside the ring as they celebrated, Ambrose getting a microphone and waiting for their theme to die down. Once it did he told the audience that this team had been the most dominant force this company had ever seen up until this point. Now, all that remained was for them to take it to the next level and become the new Tag Team Champions. The three men stood there in unison, Ambrose raising the microphone back up one last time to simply say ‘Believe In The Shield’!


—Commercial Break—


Just before his Main Event contest with Chris Jericho, Dolph Ziggler was stopped backstage by Matt Striker. He was asked about Teddy Long’s decision to grant Ryback another shot at Ziggler’s World Heavyweight Title to which Ziggler told him that it didn’t matter. While he isn’t happy with the fact that Ryback gets whatever he wants, Dolph understands that people are jealous of him and his abilities and because of that they want to see him lose. But, what they don’t seem to understand is that he’s the greatest superstar this company has, or has ever seen and if he has to go through Ryback to prove it to everyone else, so be it.

Main Event – Nontitle Singles Match
Chris Jericho vs. Dolph Ziggler

-The two circled the ring when the bell sounded before locking up in the middle of the ring before trading headlocks, reversing one another right after the other, a virtual stalemate to begin the contest. Dolph gained the offense first, using his athletic ability to take Jericho down to the ground, before keeping him there with multiple submission holds, all in an attempt to wear down Y2J. He managed to do just that before seeing Jericho battle his way back into the contest and gain several near falls in the process. From there it was Ziggler’s turn to go on the attack only to see Jericho counter shortly after and land a Lionsault. It was a back and forth affair of pay per view quality material, Jericho having to deal with the outside distractions of AJ Lee and Big E Langston, but ultimately delivering a Codebreaker to Big E on the outside to take him out of the match. Back inside the ring Y2J looked to have the match won but AJ Lee put Ziggler’s boot on the bottom rope after he was nailed with the Codebreaker. Then it was Dolph’s turn to almost be victorious when he landed the Zig Zag, only to have Jericho kick out after two! The finish saw Dolph go for another Zig Zag but Jericho countered and Ziggler landed against AJ Lee before ultimately nailing him with another Codebreaker, getting the cover and the win!-
Winner – Chris Jericho

Y2J has his arm raised in victory, but the Intercontinental Champion soon hits the ring, looking for a cheap shot on his Extreme Rules opponent. Wade Barrett tugs his elbow pad down and waits before charging once Jericho gets to his feet only to have him duck underneath and trip him to the canvas. Jericho tries to lock in the Walls of Jericho but Barrett manages to escape and roll out of the ring, Y2J looking on in his direction as Friday Night SmackDown fades off the air.


—End of Show—


WWE Extreme Rules Card

Sunday, May 19, 2013

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WWE Championship – Singles Match
The Rock© vs. John Cena

World Heavyweight Championship – Steel Cage Match
Dolph Ziggler© vs. Ryback

Singles Match – Stipulation TBD
Mark Henry vs. Sheamus

Intercontinental Championship – TLC Match
Wade Barrett vs. Chris Jericho

WWE Tag Team Championships – No Disqualifications – Tornado Tag
Cryme Tyme© vs. The Shield


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WWE Anonymous Revealed


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Love that it's going to be Ziggler vs Ryback for the World Heavyweight Championship in a Steel Cage Match but I wonder if Rock/Cena will have any special stipulation for it because if it does, then it settles Rock and Cena once and for all but love even better that it is going to be Jericho vs Barrett for the Intercontinental Championship in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match and building up to Cryme Tyme defending their WWE Tag Team Championships against The Shield in a Tornado Tag Team Match NO DQ, that is great but I wonder what the stipulation for Sheamus/Henry will be

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Friday Night SmackDown News & Notes

-The WWE higher-ups have looked at the SmackDown Roster and understand just how deep it goes as far as 'Main Event' talent. While the Dolph/Ryback feud should continue on past Extreme Rules, there has been talk internally of holding a Draft Show to possibly even out the rosters a bit more.-

-As it's been stated before and since it's now officially booked, The Shield look like they will be capturing there first bit of gold as a team. This has nothing to do with the WWE being displeased with Cryme Tyme, in fact the company is quite high on them as a tag team, but considering the huge impact The Shield have had, Creative feel it's time to put the straps on them.-

-Friday Night SmackDown has already booked some impressive matches for the Extreme Rules pay per view but the word going around is that this will be all of the matches this brand will have to offer. Considering the WWE are still planning the DiBiase/Orton & Bryan/Kane matches which would already bring the total match tally up to seven and they're thinking of keeping it there, but at the very most adding one more contest.-

Monday Night Raw Preview

-CM Punk laid out a pretty hefty threat toward Vince McMahon and, really, the entire WWE. This week on Raw the Chairman will once again be in attendance and will be looking to get to the bottom of all of this with Punk. Nobody quite knows what Punk's endgame is in all of this, but with him not scheduled to be in the building this Monday, nobody should be expecting any answers. Or should they?-

-WWE Diva's Champion Mickie James will be defending her newly won title against the woman she defeated at WrestleMania XXIX, AJ Lee. These two women have grown to know one another quite well over recent weeks and now it's time to see if Mickie can walk out of Raw still the Champion, or if AJ Lee can become a Two-Time WWE Diva's Champion.-

-Following last weeks controversial loss to Ted DiBiase, The Viper surely could not have been too happy over the past week. This Monday on Raw Randy Orton will be live to address his former Legacy teammate and many feel that he will be issuing a challenge to 'The Fortunate Son', to a match at Extreme Rules.-

-The United States Champion has issued a challenge to any and all comers as he wants to go down in history as the greatest US Champion. Or, at the very least, be considered a fighting Champion. So this week on Monday Night Raw he makes yet another title defense as he is involved ina Triple Threat Match with Sin Cara and William Regal. Has the young superstar perhaps bitten a little bit more than he can chew?-

-The WWE Champion will be live on Monday Night Raw as he builds momentum toward his next title defense at Extreme Rules, against John Cena. Speaking of Cena, he too will be on Raw as he will be teaming up with Kofi Kingston to take on Kane and Antonio Cesaro.-

Scheduled Matches

Tag Team Match - Normal Tag
Brodus Clay & Kane vs. John Cena & Kofi Kingston

WWE Diva's Championship - Singles Match
Mickie James(c) vs. AJ Lee

WWE United States Championship - Triple Threat
Xavier Woods(c) vs. Sin Cara vs. William Regal

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Great last couple of Raw's and Smackdown your Card is looking really solid! Looking forward to seeing Anonymous and can't wait to see how you would do a draft sounds like a great idea and hope you keep the strap on Xavier Woods though I see promise in him.

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