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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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Opening the show with the World Champion is always good in my books. What Ziggler had to say was alright but when he demanded for a new challenger to be named, it just didn’t seem like something Ziggler would do. He’s a heel, what he did there seemed like a very face thing to do. Also, you have a formatting error, so you might want to edit that, no biggie. Not a fan of just naming someone the #1 contender to a title, a wrestler should always work for a shot imo. Also, I think it was too early to announce that the World Title match would be a steel cage match. You could’ve stretched it out to next week or to the last show before ER. A lot of storylines could’ve been made but they can’t be seen now that we know the stipulation of the match.

So you’re gonna go with a Henry/Sheamus feud too? I guess it’s fine but you’re going to need to make it different from the real life WWE which I’m sure you can do. These two are absolute beasts and are pretty good in the ring for their size so I hope they’re given a good stipulation at ER. I didn’t see the need for Cryme Tyme’s promo to be in the ring, would’ve been better as a backstage segment imo. Also, I wanted to see them do some fun things since that’s their gimmick, this serious change of nature all of sudden doesn’t fit their gimmick. So yeah, you might want to watch out for that next time.

And the World Champion loses CLEANLY on Smackdown? I just don’t get it. Even in BTB, Ziggler is booked to lose despite him being the World Champion I’m not saying that he shouldn’t lose but he’s your main champion and should be booked to look strong even in losses. Here, it looks as though the World Title is the midcard title and the IC Title is the main title since that feud is the one that closed the show.

Overall, there seems to be a pattern as to how some of these segments and matches relate to each other. You have an interview early in the show, then that person interrupts or gets interrupted in a match, then the two brawl. Not really a good way to have your shows btw. It’s predictable and can be seen as being redundant. You can definitely write but I think you could work on your storylines a bit more. RAW > SD in this thread for sure. Also, I have a feeling you’re gonna have a stable war on RAW. An ROH takeover I think? Oh boy, can’t wait to read that one if it does happen, so much possibilities with that one. So onto the next show man

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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-


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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.
Following the recap of CM Punk’s promo from last week’s Monday Night Raw, the commentary team of Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler discussed it briefly. They questioned just what CM Punk’s motives are behind this and what he could possibly be planning. But, they would just have to wait and see as they were ready to kick off this week’s edition of Monday Night Raw with the United States Championship on the line.

Opening Contest – United States Championship – Triple Threat
Xavier Woods© vs. Sin Cara vs. William Regal

-The odds seemed like they were stacked against the young Xavier Woods in this contest as he made his second defense of the United States Title. Woods came out firing in the early stages, intent on retaining his title, but the hunger from the other two superstars to capture gold seemed just as strong. While Woods and Cara showed off their athletic ability and wowed the crowd with high-risk, explosive moves it was William Regal who enjoyed a lot of offense himself. The brash veteran kept both men at bay for as long as possible only to give up the offense to Sin Cara and see the masked man take to the air once more. All three superstars gave it their all in an attempt to walk out of Raw the United States Champion, but the finish saw Xavier Woods spike Sin Cara’s head off the canvas with Culture Shock before making the cover and getting the three count before William Regal could break up the pin!-
Winner & STILL United States Champion – Xavier Woods


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The crowd climbed to its feet and looked as Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns headed down separate aisle ways from their usual crowd location, heading towards the squared circle. With William Regal and Sin Cara having already left the ringside area, all that remained was the United States Champion. The three men jumped the barricade and looked on as Xavier Woods got back up to his feet, looking around as the three men soon climbed up onto the ring apron. Just as they did a loud uproar of cheers could be heard and suddenly JTG and Shad Gaspard hit the ringside area, sliding into the squared circle to come to the aide of Xavier Woods. The sudden evening of the numbers cause The Shield to retreat away from the ring and back into the sold out crowd, Cryme Tyme and Woods almost begging them to get back into the ring and fight.


—Commercial Break—


Returning from commercial break we have another look back from last week’s Raw, showing the Beat the Clock Challenge. All three matches are condensed into a short clip, each one showing the action moves that transpired within them. Ultimately it was John Cena who won the Beat the Clock Challenge, the commentators plugging in that we get a huge Main Event for Extreme Rules as John Cena looks to recapture the WWE Championship when he takes on The Great One!

Once that video package was complete the cameras switched over and we see Josh Matthews standing by with the Number One Contender, John Cena. First off he congratulates Cena on becoming the new Number One Contender and asks him what his mindset is going into Extreme Rules in over a month’s time? Cena tells him that at last year’s WrestleMania he came up short against The Rock and has had to live with that disappointment. He says that everyone knows that he and Rock aren’t very fond of one another, to put it delicately, but he has been working for the chance to reclaim the WWE Championship and at Extreme Rules John Cena plans on doing just that. He says that he will once again be on top of the mountain and at the same time exercise some demons by beating The Rock to get back the WWE Title.

Match Two – Singles Match
Brad Maddox vs. Ezekiel Jackson

-The bigger, stronger and much more intimidating Ezekiel Jackson made quick work of his opponent, Brad Maddox. It was the first time the WWE Universe had gotten to see Jackson in quite some time and he did not fail to impress as he showed off his tremendous strength and power. He tossed Maddox around like a rag doll for most of the contest, not allowing him any room to breathe, let alone operate any sort of offense. Anytime it seemed like Brad might be gaining some momentum he was quickly halted by Jackson by either being clotheslined, or viciously suplexed in some sort of way. Jackson eventually delivered the Book of Ezekiel to Maddox and covered him to get the impressive looking victory.-
Winner – Ezekiel Jackson

Jackson had his arm raised in victory as the cameras headed to the backstage area where Ted DiBiase and his father were standing by talking to one another. The Fortunate Son told his father that no longer would the DiBiase name be overlooked and once he cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase and became a World Champion, then everyone would know just how great the DiBiase bloodline was. The two men share a laugh before having Stone Cold Steve Austin walk into the picture to the absolute delight of the sold out crowd. He tells DiBiase congratulations on winning Money in the Bank, but the look DiBiase gives him suggests that Ted doesn’t fully trust or believe him. He questions what Austin is doing here and the Texas Rattlesnake tells him it’s quite simple, DiBiase has a match tonight…against Randy Orton. Both men plead with Austin, Ted Junior telling him that he beat Orton last week and questions why he should have to face him again? That’s when Stone Cold just chuckles and informs Ted that he wasn’t referring to him, before slowly turning to stare eye to eye with the Million Dollar Man. He lets out a nervous laugh, telling Austin that he’s retired, to which Austin tells him that he doesn’t care and that he sure seemed to want to be a part of last week’s contest, sticking his nose in constantly, so now he gets his wish. Austin leaves them to stew over his decision.


—Commercial Break—


Match Three – Singles Match
Antonio Cesaro vs. Rey Mysterio

-Both men came out with something to prove as they locked up in the middle of the ring. Cesaro used his size and strength advantage to overpower Mysterio and take the early advantage. Most superstars choose to ground the high flyer but Cesaro started off by blasting him with multiple European Uppercuts and vicious knees to his midsection. It seemed as though he had decided to beat Mysterio down, which didn’t last long as Mysterio came roaring back, nailing Antonio with several forearms before hitting several huge springboard moves to the crowd’s delight. The action went back and forth from there, Cesaro finally deciding to ground the high flyer, but Rey doing as he always does, fighting back. Mysterio managed to trip Cesaro into the ring ropes and bounced off the ropes looking for the 6-1-9 but Antonio caught him by the legs and dragged him back into the squared circle, before showing some tremendous strength to lift Mysterio into position and ultimately deliver a modified Neutralizer! While the crowd booed heavily, the commentators couldn’t help but be impressed with what they saw from Cesaro as he covered Mysterio and got the win.-
Winner – Antonio Cesaro

In the backstage area we see Vince McMahon walking down the hallway before he is immediately stopped by Kurt Angle. He seems like he’s still frustrated over last week, telling Vince that this isn’t fair, it should be him that’s facing The Rock at Extreme Rules for the WWE Championship, not John Cena. Before Vince could respond Angle cut him off by telling Vince that he beat John Cena at WrestleMania, to which Vince answered that he was aware of that. However, Vince stated, Angle fully understood what he needed to do last week in his Beat the Clock Challenge match and he obviously didn’t get the job done, whereas John Cena, did. Vince McMahon walked off, leaving Kurt Angle standing there still visibly frustrated over not getting the opportunity to challenge for the WWE Championship.

Match Four - WWE Diva’s Championship – Singles Match
Mickie James© vs. AJ Lee

-AJ Lee looked like a woman possessed at the beginning of the contest, fully focused on reclaiming her lost Diva’s Championship from Mickie James as she pounced on the Champion and slammed her head repeatedly into the ring mat. The official had to pry her off at one point, threatening to disqualify the challenger if she kept it up, but AJ Lee didn’t let that deter her from continuing to take the fight right to James. However, Mickie soon took control, delivering several forearms and impressive bulldogs to wear down her opponent. She tried for her Tornado DDT finish, but each time saw AJ Lee counter it in some fashion, the scariest one being when AJ just simply pushed her over the top rope, forcing him to fall all the way to the outside floor. She got a major amount of heat for that one as she just strolled around the ring with a sadistic, innocent grin…ironic, isn’t it? Ultimately though, AJ Lee was unsuccessful in her quest to become Diva’s Champion, James managing to deliver her Mick Kick seemingly out of nowhere and pinning AJ Lee; One…Two…Three!-
Winner & STILL Diva’s Champion – Mickie James

Mickie sat on her knees in the middle of the ring, the referee handing over her Diva’s Title as suddenly the Nightmare theme hit the P.A System. The smile on Mickie James’ face suddenly changed as she looked around, terrified as the theme music for WWE Anonymous started playing. Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler both asked what purpose WWE Anonymous had with Mickie James, even acknowledging just how scared she was as the female laughter echoed over the P.A System before saying ‘I’ll See You Soon’. The theme music suddenly faded off as Mickie continued to look around, obviously shaken up by what had just happened.


—Commercial Break—


Once Monday Night Raw was back from Commercial Break it was the Chairman’s theme music that sounded over the P.A System as Vince McMahon strutted his way out from the back and down toward the squared circle. He grabbed a microphone and told everyone that with everything going on around here lately, it was time for a change. Vince said that for too long he has sat idly by and just let superstars get away with things, but not anymore. First it was CM Punk and all of his antics and now this WWE Anonymous, it’s all just getting way out of hand. Vince reiterated what CM Punk told him last week, that he brought all of this on himself, before letting everyone know that he was here, standing inside the ring…and CM Punk was nowhere to be found. Just as he said that we see the TitanTron light up, CM Punk coming onto the screen ‘live via satellite’. He immediately interrupted Vince, telling him that he doesn’t do things when Vince McMahon wants them done, CM Punk does things when CM Punks wants to. He told Vince that the reason he was not at the arena tonight, nor would he be anytime soon is that he has some business to take care of. But, he told Vince not to worry because he and the WWE Universe would be getting WAY more than they bargained for. Before Vince was allowed to respond to him, Punk merely said ‘See You Soon’ before having his feed cut off. This angered McMahon to the point where he told CM Punk that he would be seeing him soon and he looked forward to whatever antics he was going to try, because it would ultimately blow up in his face.

The commentators discussed what they had just seen between CM Punk and Vince McMahon before reminding everyone that Extreme Rules would be coming LIVE Sunday, May the Nineteenth only on Pay Per View. They ran down the list of matches already scheduled for the pay per view, before returning to tonight’s action and plugging the upcoming match involving Randy Orton and the Million Dollar Man, Ted DiBiase. Lawler noted that he couldn’t wait for this one, because finally Ted DiBiase was in a situation where there was no price to avoid the beating he was about to receive.

Back in the backstage area Mickie James was shown on the brink of tears, still visibly shaken up over what just transpired. As she stood there she was quickly consoled by Kofi Kingston, who walked up and asked if she was alright. She told Kofi that she was just a little shaken up, to which Kofi told her that he wouldn’t stand for that guy, or thing, or whatever it is to put his hand on any woman. This brought a small smile to Mickie’s face as she thanked Kofi and was glad to hear there was someone out there who was willing to stand up to this person.

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

-With Ted DiBiase pacing anxiously at ringside, the nightmare got even worse for both DiBiase’s as the official ordered Ted DiBiase to head to the back. He spent several moments arguing with the referee, the commentators getting word that he had been banned from ringside by Co-General Manager, Stone Cold Steve Austin. Once DiBiase was sent to the back Orton began to stalk Senior, Ted Sr. pleading with The Viper who kept strolling around the inside of the ring. Randy started by ripping open DiBiase’s shirt and then yanking his belt off before delivering several violent lashes to Ted’s back. Orton then drilled Ted with multiple right hands, followed up by uppercuts and stomps. The Million Dollar Man clearly had no shot in this contest, but Orton was enjoying every moment of this as he irish-whipped Ted off the ropes and landed a huge powerslam! From there, it was only a matter of time before Randy dragged DiBiase up to a vertical base, after several minutes of assaulting him before setting him up and nailing a perfect RKO! Randy quickly covered DiBiase and hooked the leg, getting the three count.-
Winner – Randy Orton

As soon as the bell sounded, Ted DiBiase Jr. hit the ring, The Viper quickly turning his attention toward him and nailing him with the belt he took off Ted Sr. earlier in the match. DiBiase rolled around in agony as Orton whipped him continuously, forcing him to scatter from the ring. ‘Voices’ replayed over the loud speakers, Orton firing up the crowd as DiBiase helped his father toward the backstage area, clutching at his back that was just whipped by Orton.


—Commercial Break—


The WWE Champion was standing by with Josh Matthews when the commercial break ended, the crowd cheering loudly for the sight of the Champion. Josh told him that he spoke with John Cena earlier and he’ll ask The Rock the same question, what is his mindset heading into this monumental Main Event? The Rock went into his usual routine, cracking jokes about Matthews and the way he dresses, before telling Josh that his mindset is the same as it always is. He’s confident that he’ll walk out of Extreme Rules still the WWE Champion because he has beaten John Cena before, that’s something that John Cena cannot claim. The Rock says that John Cena can talk about fulfilling a destiny all he wants, he can talk about finally recapturing this WWE Championship all he wants, but that’s all it is…talk. Because The Rock beat John Cena at last year’s WrestleMania and The Rock will beat John Cena next month at Extreme Rules, period. Rock finished it off with his trademark ‘If Ya Smeeellll…What The Rock…Is…Cookin’!

Switching over from the WWE Champion, the cameras now were showing the Big Red Machine, Kane as he stood by with Matt Striker. He glared down at Striker as he asked him about his recent run in’s with his former tag team partner, Daniel Bryan. When Kane heard the name he started laughing, telling Striker that he was not worried about Daniel Bryan. If anything, Daniel Bryan should be very afraid and very worried about what Kane will do to him the next time he gets his hands on him. He talks about Bryan costing him Money in the Bank at WrestleMania and how because of that, he will take from Bryan more than just a couple of weeks, next time he plans on taking Daniel Bryan’s career from him!

Main Event – Tag Team Match – Normal Tag
Brodus Clay & Kane vs. John Cena & Kofi Kingston

-The Match kicked off with Brodus Clay overpowering Kofi Kingston into one of the corners, before belting him with huge forearm smashes and knees before backing up and splashing him into the turnbuckle. It seemed Clay was on a mission to get back to winning ways following last week’s loss to John Cena and while he managed to get the best of Kofi, once Cena got the tag he started to clean house. He knocked Kane off the apron with a huge right hand before focusing his efforts on Clay and landing several impressive suplexes to the large athlete. However, once the Big Red Machine got involved in the match, the tide quickly turned to his teams favor as he began to beat down and wear down John Cena. Clay and Kane then began tagging in and out to keep the fresh superstar in. Eventually Cena managed to fight off Kane and make the tag to Kofi who bounced right into action and used several tremendously athletic maneuvers to gain the upper hand on Kane. The match dragged on, each man getting some more offense in to show off, before seeing Kingston and Kane go toppling over the top rope and to the outside floor, which led to Clay getting hit with an Attitude Adjustment and John Cena getting the victory for his team.-
Winners – John Cena & Kofi Kingston

Kingston and Cena celebrated inside the ring as Monday Night Raw faded off the air, John Cena continuing to build momentum towards his WWE Championship match with The Rock at Extreme Rules.


—End of Show—


WWE Extreme Rules Card

Sunday, May 19, 2013

card subject to change

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 – Tables, Ladders & Chairs 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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RAW Review

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
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The Countdown To Extreme Rules

Recapping The Final Hours

-The WWE Champion, The Rock and Number One Contender, John Cena, were on a collision course for a match at Extreme Rules. These two iconic superstars had squared off once before at WrestleMania XXVIII where The Rock was victorious and that seemed to be the focal point between the two men as they headed towards Extreme Rules. John Cena was looking for redemption. To defeat one of the few superstars he has yet to get a victory over so that’s what made things so personal for him. The Rock, on the other hand, pointed out to Cena in as many ways as he could that he was the one who was victorious and that the outcome at Extreme Rules would be the same. Neither man gained much traction over one another leading up to the pay per view, but they each handled whatever opposition was thrown in front of them. The only loss on either ones resume heading into this pay per view was when they were forced to team together to take on The Shield in a Three on Two Handicap Match. It saw a grueling battle ensure but ultimately John Cena left The Rock to fend for himself, later explaining that he was not risking his shot at the WWE Championship, coming out and blatantly admitting that it was all about the Championship for him. Both men were inside the ring, face to face, on the final Raw before Extreme Rules, which saw them explode into a furious brawl which ended with Cena delivering the Attitude Adjustment to The Rock and holding the WWE Title as the show faded off the air.-

-Dolph Ziggler’s road from WrestleMania to Extreme Rules has been very eventful, to say the least. After being beaten by Chris Jericho following the announcement that he’d be defending his World Title at Extreme Rules against Ryback, Ziggler went on a tear in in-ring competition. No matter who he stepped inside the ring with he managed to walk out victorious, even if sometimes it was with the assistance of AJ Lee and Big E Langston. Dolph even got a pinfall over his Extreme Rules challenger, Ryback, albeit in a tag team match. That loss for the Challenger was just one of the many bumps he took on his way to Extreme Rules as he could barely gain any momentum moving forward, constantly being harassed by the Champion and his two running mates, but never being able to get his hands on any of them. While he managed to take down the likes of David Otunga and Mason Ryan, he was also beaten by Mark Henry and Jack Swagger, the latter teaming with Ziggler. The final SmackDown saw Dolph Ziggler cut a promo while standing inside a steel cage, getting comfortable with the environment he would be dealing with come Sunday, but Ryback quickly made an appearance to give him the full experience. Ziggler tried to make an escape but he was unable too as he faced the harsh reality that he would be stuck all alone inside this steel structure, without any help from anyone. Above all else, he would be stuck inside there with an angry Challenger who is looking for revenge. SmackDown ended with the monster Ryback standing tall over Ziggler, Big E and AJ Lee frantically trying to reach him, but being kept at bay.-

-Vince McMahon continued to question what CM Punk had up his sleeves as the Straight Edge Superstar continued to be absent from WWE Programming. He only spoke live via satellite feed and would never give any sort of details as to what was going on. Finally, the Chairman of the Board had had enough and demanded that Punk divulge what was going on, or he would be fired. CM Punk left Vince stewing for a whole week, until the final Raw before Extreme Rules before he made the announcement that what he was doing was none of Vince’s business. When Vince was just about to fire him, CM Punk effectively called his bluff and told Vince that he wouldn’t fire him, strictly because he is the Best In The World and even Vince knew that giving up CM Punk to the ‘free agent market’ would be the biggest mistake of his life. With that being said, CM Punk did inform Vince that he would not be at Extreme Rules either, because he felt that the WWE’s version of ‘Extreme’ was the biggest sign of disrespect to the former ECW, that he wanted no part of it.-

-Following the complete the destruction of his father, Ted DiBiase was seething with rage. He fell right into the trap that Orton had set, as it was DiBiase who demanded to face Randy Orton one on one. The Viper accepted, on the condition that when he was victorious, he would claim what was rightfully his, the Money in the Bank contract. Once the terms were agreed upon the two men went into a whirlwind of brawling with one another, each one trying to beat the living hell out of the other one, week after week. The end result was both Vickie Guerrero and Teddy Long coming together and telling the two men they could not touch one another until the Extreme Rules Pay Per View, otherwise they were stripped of either the Money in the Bank contract, or the match itself. Also, their match would be fought in a Street Fight, since all they wanted to do was beat one another senseless anyway. For the next week both men managed to show great restraint, although they both nearly broke the agreement with Orton becoming enraged when Ted DiBiase distracted him and cost him a match against Mark Henry, who planted him with the World’s Strongest Slam. The Viper seemingly barely managed to control himself as DiBiase stood inches away from him just grinning. It was the same ordeal for DiBiase, who had to control his temper when Orton dragged his father out to the ring on the final Raw before Extreme Rules and began to assault him, Ted Junior watching on helplessly. Both men met inside the ring on the final SmackDown, each one speaking some final words before Sunday.-

-The Shield had been on a roll ever since being crowned new Number One Contenders for the Tag Team Titles. They showed off their strength as a unit in tag and six-man tag team matches and their strength as individuals when they were placed in singles competitions. The Shield as a whole took down Cryme Tyme and Xavier Woods in Six Man Tag Action and, as stated above, defeated The Rock and John Cena. While those three men looked impressive, Cryme Tyme looked to match them stride for stride. Although they lost the six man tag team match, Cryme Tyme managed to beat 3MB in a Handicap Match and beat Team Rhodes Scholars. The Shield kept their distance from the Tag Champions for the most part, only striking at times they looked vulnerable, but even then sometimes both Shad and JTG managed to fight them off and send them fleeing from the ringside area, none of them wanting any part of Cryme Tyme at times. Heading into Extreme Rules it was Shad and JTG who got the last laugh as Shad delivered a thunderous Bicycle Kick to Rollins while JTG nailed a huge legdrop off the top rope to Reigns, the Champions standing tall over the Challengers.-

-Mark Henry looked to be unstoppable on SmackDown in the weeks leading up to Extreme Rules as he got some impressive victories over Ryback and Randy Orton. Throw in the occasional squash matches ad you saw the full arsenal from the World’s Strongest Man. However, he never could seem to get any sort of momentum going against Sheamus who, after being slammed through the announce table by Henry on one SmackDown, took it upon himself to take the fight right to Henry from then on out. Anytime Sheamus was inside the squared circle he would be victorious, except for a couple of weeks where Mark Henry distracted him long enough to get him counted out. However, Sheamus took those opportunities to exact some revenge on Mark, managing to Brogue Kick him straight into and through a table one Friday Night. The frequent use of tables between the two men called on Teddy Long to announce that the two men would compete in a, you guessed it, Tables Match at Extreme Rules. Neither superstar seemed to mind the decision and each continued on their impressive dominant runs leading up to the pay per view, which was shaping up quite nicely.-

-The Intercontinental Champion managed to steal a victory from Chris Jericho at WrestleMania, but following Jericho’s announcement that he would be getting another shot at Barrett and the IC Title, this time in a TLC Match, it was clear that Wade was going to have to earn this victory. The Champion had looked so dominant heading into WrestleMania, but it was clear that Y2J was affecting him, leading him to lose to Christian in singles competition and even get beaten by Jericho when the two men faced off in a tag team contest. While everything seemed to be shifting in Jericho’s direction, the Intercontinental Champion ultimately righted the ship and started showing the same fire and intensity that brought him the title, using every aspect of the TLC environment against Chris Jericho in the weeks leading into the pay per view, finishing things off on the final SmackDown by planting him with Wasteland. From there, Barrett got a ladder and positioned it over the fallen Jericho and climbed to the top where he cut a promo telling the world that this was the picture they could look forward to come Extreme Rules.-

-The Big Red Machine and Daniel Bryan were once Tag Team Champions and had quite an impressive run as Tag Team Champions, but all that was tossed out the window once they lost the gold. Their friendship and partnership shattered and turned into pure hatred on Kane’s part, which led to him viciously attacking Bryan and having him carted off on a stretcher. From there, Kane enjoyed relatively good success as a singles competitor up until WrestleMania when Daniel Bryan made his return and ‘cost’ Kane in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. From then on the two men have done nothing but get in the other ones way, getting involved in nearly all of their matches in some way, shape or form. With just two weeks left before Extreme Rules Daniel Bryan and Kane got into yet another huge brawl which spilled all around the arena, ending with Bryan being Chokeslammed onto the hood of a car. The Big Red Machine then made the announcement that Teddy Long had signed off on the two of them facing off in a Stretcher Match and that Kane was going to enjoy being the one to wheel Daniel Bryan off on a stretcher, unconscious, for a second time. It was Bryan’s turn the final week to get some revenge and momentum as he locked Kane into the No Lock after Bryan’s victory over Heath Slater. Daniel showed a mean streak that the WWE Universe had not seen out of him, which he was hoping to take into Extreme Rules.-

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WWE Presents Extreme Rules

Sunday, May 19, 2013

final card

WWE Championship – No Disqualifications
The Rock© vs. John Cena

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

Money In The Bank Briefcase - Street Fight
Ted DiBiase vs. Randy Orton

Singles Match – Tables Match
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

Grudge Match - Stretcher Match
Daniel Bryan vs. Kane

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I can't wait until Extreme Rules but mostly because I wonder if you are going to re-introduce Michael Mcgillicutty as Curtis Axel, with Curtis Axel becoming the newest Paul Heyman guy? Paul Heyman managing Axel a 3rd generation superstar bestowing upon him the name of his late father Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig by giving him the first name Curt but calling him Curtis and then giving him the name of Axel after his grandfather Larry the Ax Hennig, and by putting Heyman in his corner it could take him to even greater heights by becoming a main event star
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BREAKING NEWS - WWE CHANGES PPV
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-The WWE has announced that their Money in the Bank pay per view will be repackaged and presented with a new name, King of the Ring. There are reports going around that this is all being set up for the upcoming storyline that has been kept under wraps by the WWE. With Extreme Rules just days away, one can only assume that this storyline will come to light very soon. It'll be interesting to see when the Qualifying Rounds begin for this pay per view.-
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Now since Money in the Bank is now a WrestleMania exclusive match meaning it is strictly for WrestleMania now, and since you have replaced the Money in the Bank pay per view with King of the Ring, the King of the Ring tournament will take place at the pay per view? And the winner of the King of the Ring will get a title shot for either the World Heavyweight Championship or the WWE Championship at SummerSlam? If that is the case, then well I am all for it
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Extreme Rules Prediction Template

Sunday, May 19, 2013

final card

WWE Championship – No Disqualifications
The Rock© vs. John Cena

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

Money In The Bank Briefcase - Street Fight
Ted DiBiase vs. Randy Orton

Singles Match – Tables Match
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

Grudge Match - Stretcher Match
Daniel Bryan vs. Kane


Questions
1. Predict The Winners.
2. Predict The Match Order
3. What Will Be The Longest Match?
4. Will There Be Any Surprise Returns?
5. Will There Be Any Title Changes? If So, How Many?
6. Who Is WWE Anonymous?

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Sunday, May 19, 2013

final card

7. WWE Championship – No Disqualifications
The Rock© vs. John Cena

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

3. Money In The Bank Briefcase - Street Fight
Ted DiBiase vs. Randy Orton

6. Singles Match – Tables Match
Mark Henry vs. Sheamus

4. Intercontinental Championship – TLC Match
Wade Barrett© vs. Chris Jericho

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

1. Grudge Match - Stretcher Match
Daniel Bryan vs. Kane


Questions
1. Predict The Winners. Done
2. Predict The Match Order Done that too.
3. What Will Be The Longest Match? Rock vs Cena
4. Will There Be Any Surprise Returns? Nope
5. Will There Be Any Title Changes? If So, How Many? Two - WWE and Tag Team
6. Who Is WWE Anonymous? Ummm... Gonna go with RVD. Don't know why.



Great to see you still going with this, will be reading the PPV for sure!

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