Re: WWE 2013 - A New Path
Love the recap that you showed from last week's RAW as a way to open up RAW, gives us a glimpse of what's yet to come for this week's RAW
What a way to start off RAW by having a Triple-Threat Match for the WWE United States Championship featuring the WWE United States Champion Xavier Woods having to face Sin Cara and William Regal, and Woods retaining the title, it just goes to show you that Woods this kid is good, he's been great ever since debuting ever since winning that WWE United States Championship, it makes me wonder just who he will have to go up against next to defend his title? Because to me he is what a fighting champion is all about
But then cue The Shield who come out right on schedule to make their presence felt trying to circle Woods trying to attack him after Sin Cara and Regal leave, cue Cryme Tyme who come out to make the save evening the odds for Woods just when The Shield could have done damage, I love it, it makes things more personal for The Shield and Cryme Tyme heading into Extreme Rules when Cryme Tyme have to defend their WWE Tag Team Championships against The Shield but which members of The Shield? That is the million dollar question
Cena wants redemption and apparently he is going to get his chance at redemption when he faces The Rock at Extreme Rules, Twice in a Lifetime at Extreme Rules for the WWE Championship but I wouldn't be surprised if Kurt Angle ends up costing John Cena the WWE Championship at Extreme Rules therefore continuing Angle and Cena's feud
Ezekiel Jackson is back on RAW, I never thought that I would say that I am happy to see Big Zeke back but in his first match back after a long, long lay off Big Zeke beats Maddox with ease, this match was pretty much a squash when you think about it, but I wonder what plans you have for Ezekiel Jackson now that he is back on RAW?
Ted DiBiase Jr. and Ted DiBiase Sr. backstage segment with Austin, I definitely loved it because of the history that Austin has with Ted Jr.'s father because at one time way back when Austin used to be in The Million Dollar Man's Million Dollar Corporation stable when Austin was in his Ringmaster gimmick and he was The Million Dollar Champion, Austin then lets Ted Jr. know that he won't be facing Orton tonight but that his father Ted Sr. will be the one who faces Orton tonight, wow what a swerve, definitely did not see that coming at all but The Million Dollar Man is retired, why is Austin going to make him face Orton?
Cesaro he has sort of been on a spiral ever since WrestleMania ever since coming up short in MITB where he was this close to winning it only for it to be yanked out from under him by DiBiase, but Cesaro he needed this win against Mysterio if you ask me, and to tell you the truth a Cesaro/Mysterio match-up on paper to me screams main event worthy type match, and Cesaro beating Rey, I love it, because it puts Cesaro over as far as his push goes
Kurt Angle trying to talk to Vince about putting him in the WWE Championship match at Extreme Rules by facing Cena and The Rock, because what Angle wants more than anything is a shot at the WWE Championship but also he wants Cena in the same ring again, and I for one know I want to see them go at it once again especially since Angle made Cena tap like a little bitch at WrestleMania, and since Angle has history with The Rock as well, that's why he deserves a shot at the title in my opinion and not Cena
Mickie James retains her WWE Divas Championship beating AJ, great match but I definitely did not expect Anonymous to show up or make his presence felt, mind games already, and if Mickie was afraid of him, then everyone else in the WWE should be afraid of this man too especially after what he did at WrestleMania 29 he took out The Dead Man okay and we haven't seen Taker since, no one has
This whole Punk/McMahon feud I really wonder if this feud is even going anywhere because to me this feud reminds me all too well of Austin/McMahon but this time the only difference is that Punk is basically the rebel that Austin was, but I wonder if Punk will end up turning face as a result of all of this and McMahon is the one who ends up turning heel
Love the rundown for the Extreme Rules card
The Million Dollar Man being forced to face my man The Viper Randy Orton, Orton taking his sweet time destroying DiBiase, Sr. like this match wasn't even close at all in my opinion, Orton was focused, he beat the holy hell out of The Million Dollar Man and then when it was all said and done he lays out Ted Jr.'s old man with an RKO, what would have been even better is if Orton punted The Million Dollar Man right in his skull punting Ted's father in the head, then the feud would have become even more personal but it is already personal enough especially with the MITB briefcase already in the balance
Love The Rock's promo heading into Extreme Rules having to defend his WWE Championship against John Cena, Twice In A Lifetime, I am not worried and you wanna know why I am not worried about The Rock, it is because of Kurt Angle, I see Angle getting involved costing John Cena the WWE Championship therefore Rock ends up retaining the WWE Championship as a result of Angle inadvertently helping The Rock
Kane's promo about Daniel Bryan, that's why I see him facing Bryan at Extreme Rules and if they go at it at Extreme Rules, there needs to be a stipulation added for the match and I was hoping it would be Kane vs Daniel Bryan in an Inferno Match or even a Casket Match or even a Buried Alive Match, anything to turn Kane into the monster of old, the monster he used to be way back in the Attitude Era when he first debuted with Paul Bearer
And the main event with Kofi Kingston and John Cena teaming up together for the first time ever to take on the team of Brodus Clay and Kane, love it, it was a great match but Cena getting the win here for his team gaining momentum heading into Extreme Rules where he has to face The Rock for the WWE Championship, can't wait for that encounter