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The Boss is back, and he’s got business to handle. With Executive Vice President of Talent Relations and Raw and SmackDown General Manager John Laurinaitis up for a formal job evaluation, “Big Johnny” might be on the chopping block should Mr. McMahon judge the GM’s job performance and find him lacking competence.

He picked quite the week to evaluate Laurinaitis, too: with WWE Champion CM Punk, Daniel Bryan and Kane circling each other (and AJ lurking in the shadows … literally and John Cena and Big Show in the same arena together, Laurinaitis will have plenty to juggle if he wants to keep his position.

With various powder kegs set to blow, here are five potential developments to watch for on this week’s three-hour Raw SuperShow:


Is "Big Johnny" finally done for?

Mr. Excitement barely survived his last job evaluation, conducted by WWE COO Triple H back in January, and that was only due to The Undertaker’s fortuitously-timed reappearance after a nine-month absence from the ring. John Laurinaitis will likely have nowhere to run with Mr. McMahon breathing down his neck. And since a good number of WWE Superstars in the locker room (including both World Champions) have beef with Big Johnny at the moment, there’s a strong chance The Chairman will let fly with those two magic words: “YOU’RE FIRED!!!”

The love triangle from hell

Who’s playing who? Who, exactly, is AJ smitten with, if anybody? Is she in love with any of the three competitors in the Triple Threat WWE Title Match at No Way Out or just trying to back a winning horse? The WWE Universe thought this was a personal matter between CM Punk, Daniel Bryan and Kane, but AJ’s involvement – spurned by Bryan, possibly infatuated with Punk and now lurking behind Kane in the backstage area – has given this contest a “Fatal Attraction”-vibe that has the WWE Universe on edge. What will happen on the final Raw when all potential champions (and suitors) are in the ring at the same time before No Way Out?

Will Cena stop the Show?

John Cena and Big Show haven’t been in the same arena since Show decked Cena with a WMD three weeks ago. With their Steel Cage Match looming large at No Way Out, can these rivals restrain themselves when they’re finally within striking distance of each other? More importantly, do they even want to restrain themselves?

Beware of Tensai

The dominant Tensai suffered his first defeat last week against John Cena, but his interference during the Cena-Michael Cole match that followed shows the expatriate Superstar has no intention of letting the loss slow him down. Tensai has been a favorite of John Laurinaitis’, and “Big Johnny” will likely want Mr. McMahon to see his handpicked enforcer in action this week. The only question remains, who will he face?

Showoff's solo effort looking to rebound

Dolph Ziggler’s efforts to distinguish himself beyond Jack Swagger’s tag team partner have not quite gone as planned. Since voicing his opinion that he’s “better” as a singles competitor than the tag team, The Showoff has suffered consecutive losses to Sheamus, plus a third defeat at Christian’s hands. Dolph isn’t one to take defeat lying down, though; does Ziggler have another plan up his sleeve as the road to No Way Out winds down?
 

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Re: Raw 3-hour show Discussion (6/11/12): The Boss is Back!

HEEERES VINNNYY!!!




WWE better not be trolling again with the preview. Last week they spoke about Ziggler's breakaway, Cody/Christian's feud and Broadus' reaction to getting squashed by Show, none of which happened.
 

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Re: Raw 3-hour show Discussion (6/11/12): The Boss is Back!

Prepare to see our future come post-July 23.

I'm expecting.....a letdown and the firing of Laurinatis who will be replaced by someone worse than him.



TAG TEAM TEDDY!!!!
 

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Re: Raw 3-hour show Discussion (6/11/12): The Boss is Back!

Let's hope Vince McMahon's "announcement that'll change the landscape of the WWE" is just that. I don't know if he'll fire Laurinaitis, he might since he's pretty much been a flop as a heel authority figure. HHH returning would bring much needed star power. Don't care about Ziggler, cause if he wins it'll be against Zack Ryder or Santino or someone. Shows probably gonna knock Cena out.

Other than what McMahon has to announce, which is teetering on probably nothing, I'm only interested in the Daniel/Punk/AJ/Kane thing, it's been such a good storyline so far.
 

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Re: Raw 3-hour show Discussion (6/11/12): The Boss is Back!

Not looking forward to RAW either, they most likely will start to care or do anything interesting around the time of the 1000th episode.

I predict the usual squash matches from Sin Cara, Ryback, Brodus Clay and maybe Sandows.

Some Tag team match between Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, and Kane or Daniel Bryan vs Kane, but this time Punk interferes.

Big Show and Ace promo with Cena.

Tensai vs Cena again

Dolph vs Sheamus, with Del Rio on commentary

Some Divas match

Some tag team match with Kofi Kingston

Some Santino segment

A Cody Rhodes match with Christian on commentary


I do want to see what Vince has to say.
 

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Re: Raw 3-hour show Discussion (6/11/12): The Boss is Back!

Kinda looking forward to it, Gonna record it first since its 3 hours do not plan on sitting through all 3.
 

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Re: Raw 3-hour show Discussion (6/11/12): The Boss is Back!

I hope Johnny doesn't get fired. He's so unintentionally (or maybe intentionally) hilarious.
 

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Re: Raw 3-hour show Discussion (6/11/12): The Boss is Back!

They're gonna need to do something good here. I'm still riding the high from Slammiversary.
 

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Re: Raw 3-hour show Discussion (6/11/12): The Boss is Back!

A TNA PPV actually good? Can't imagine, but I'll take your word for it Brye, maybe I'll check that out.

As for this, the only thing to look forward too is Vinnie Mac. I'll probably just catch that on Youtube the next day. Punk's program is shit, Cena's program is awful, and nobody else matters.
 

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A TNA PPV really that good? Can't imagine, but I'll take your word for it Brye, maybe I'll check that out.

As for this, the only thing to look forward too is Vinnie Mac. I'll probably just catch that on Youtube the next day. Punk's program is shit, Cena's program is awful, and nobody else matters.
Trust me, I've been as skeptical about TNA as any but it was really good, imo. (Y)

Curious if we'll get Primo/Epico getting their rematch on just Kofi since Truth is out. That is assuming WWE even wants them on TV. ~___~
 

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Re: Raw 3-hour show Discussion (6/11/12): The Boss is Back!

Haha, Vince is literally the only thing to look forward to imo. Even at that, I will only watch this show for the sake of watching it.
 
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