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    Update Layla

    - Several fans noted that Layla is no longer wearing her knee brace. It was reported months ago that WWE brought Layla back from injury early and that she was still suffering from problems with her knee. It appears all is well now.

    07-10-2012 om 21:04 geschreven door jefken  

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    Tara Signs New TNA Contract

    Tara, who has received a renewed push in TNA Wrestling in recent weeks, revealed during an interview Friday with the Pro Wrestling Torch Livecast that she recently signed a one-year contract with the organization.

    "I just recently signed another year, so I'm pretty happy. I hope everyone knows the passion - I love what I do. I hope people see that love," she said.

    The veteran grappler explained that she only signs contracts on a year-to-year basis due to her physical state. This, however, has led to brief departures from the organization.

    "I signed for a year and they wanted to a three-year (contract), but I said, 'I just do year-to-year. I have to listen to my body, and I don't want to be locked into anything,'" she said. "Then, my contract expired (in 2010) and it was just negotiations. It was not that I wanted to leave, but it was the paperwork. I don't like that part of the business at all. Then, the next year (2011), it expired again and we had to go through it again."

    07-10-2012 om 20:57 geschreven door jefken  

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    Full House Of Hardcore Results 06/10/12

    Quick Results:

    * Shawn Daivari defeated Crowbar via pin
    * Danny Doring and Roadkill defeated The FBI via pin
    * Jazz defeated Winter via pin
    * Tony Nese defeated Aley Reynolds via pin (Mikey Whipwreck was the special referee)
    * Scott Steiner defeated Luke Gallows via pin (Eddie Kingston seconded Gallows, Rick Steiner made an appearance and delivered Steiner lines.)
    * Following a successful Masterlock Challenge, Chris Mordetsky defeated Hale Collins via pin
    * Rhino defeated Sami Callihan via pin
    * Big Daddy V defeated Ham and Egger via pin (Spike Dudley made an appearance, and V walked away.)
    * Edge made an appearance and cut a promo
    * Paul London & Brian Kendrick defeated The Young Bucks via pin
    * FWE Title Match: Carlito defeated Tommy Dreamer and Mike Knox via pin to become the new champion

    Full Results:

    Our ring announcer is Stephen DeAngelis.

    I'd estimate the crowd at 1,850-1,950. There are some scattered seats around the top of the venue but the floor is completely full and the bleachers are 85% too.

    Crowbar vs. Shawn Daivari

    They locked up and Crowbar backed Daivari into the corner. There was a clean break. Daivari grabbed an arm and began working over Crowbar, who reversed it. They had some nice back and forth wrestling.

    They battled to the floor, where Crowbar dropped Daivari on the rail. He tossed Daivari back into the ring and locked in a submission. They battled into the corner and on the top, where Daivaru superplexed Crowbar in.

    Daivari made a comeback with a series of punches, clotheslines and a backdrop. Crowbar whipped him into the corner but Daivari caught him with an elbow and nailed a tornado DDT. He went to the top and nailed a big splash for the pin.

    Your winner, Daivari!

    Good solid opener.

    The FBI with Sal E. Graziano vs. Danny Doring & Roadkill (with another Amish person)

    Smith James, a Taz student, came out dressed like Roadkill. This is Roadkill's first match since he left WWE.

    Doring and Guido started. Guido took him down to the mat but was kicked off. They shoulderblocked each other but no one went down. Doring rebounded off the ropes but was leg sweeped by Guido for a two count. They went back and forth with reversals and then went to dropkick each other. They faced off and the crowd applauded.

    The FBI hit a double hiptoss on Doring but he nailed Mamaluke and tagged in RK. RK hit a sideslam for a two count. Roadkill flapjacked him. Doring drilled him into the mat. He went to the floor. Doring hit a dive.

    Guido began arguing with the referee (wrestler Scotty Charisma) and shoved. The ref shoved Guido down and hiptossed and covered Guido. RK tried to make the count. The crowd popped and chanted for the ref.

    RK and Guido locked up and Guido was lifted and tossed hard. He tried to tag into Mamaluke who didn't want any part of RK. He finally tagged in and stalled but was eyepoked. RK sent him into the ropes but Mamaluke caught him with a flying head scissors and locked on an armbar.

    Doring tagged in but was tripped by Graziano. They allowed the FBI to take over and double team Doring in the corner. Guido nailed a nice dropkick to Doring for a two count. They worked over Doring until he whipped Mamaluke into the corner. Doring was kicked off and locked in a guillotine choke. Doring reversed it and suplexed him over.

    RK finally got the hot tag and cleaned house. He nailed a splash off the ropes on Mamaluke for a two count. Guido broke it up. Doring superkicked Mamaluke off the apron into the rail. RK and Doring hit their old finisher for the pin.

    Your winners, Danny Doring & Roadkill!

    What you would expect from these guys.

    Roadkill took the mic and asked the FBI to return to the ring. He said that he wanted to tell all of them something. He told a kid to be quiet because if he knows his wrestling history, Roadkill doesn't talk a lot. He said he has a lot of respect for them and the matches they had in ECW. We had the first ECW chant of the crowd. RK said that ECW is the past but HOH is the future and people will be chanting it soon. He said that he wanted to thank all of them. He thanked everyone for their support and asked them to keep supporting HOH.

    Doring took the mic and said that you can say ECW or HOH but if there wasn't a FBI, there wouldn't have been a Doring or Roadkill. It was a nice, classy moment.

    Jazz vs. Winter

    Winter acted like she was enamored by Jazz who shoved her away. They did some nice mat wrestling back and forth. Jazz locked her in a sharpshooter but Winter made it to the ropes.

    Winter took control and kicked Jazz in the corner. Jazz reversed it and chopped her in the corner. Winter cut her off with an over the knee backbreaker for a two count. She tied up Jazz on the mat. She worked over Jazz for some time. Jazz fought her way but was caught with a kick for a two count.

    Winter went to the top rope but missed a splash. Jazz made a comeback with a back kick but was cut off. Winter went for a slam but Jazz slid out and nailed a Michinoku Driver for the pin.

    Your winner, Jazz!

    OK match.

    Alex Reynolds vs. Tony Nese with Mikey Whipwreck as the special referee.

    They did some nice back and forth wrestling early on. Reynolds shoulderblocked Nese down but Nese came back with a spinkick. Nese wanted to come off the top but Reynolds rolled out of the ring.

    Back in the ring, Reynolds cut off Nese and worked him over, yelling at Whipwreck as he did. Nese went into this awesome series of offensive maneuvers and hit a great tope to the floor. The place erupted and went nuts. They chanted, "This is awesome" and "HOH."

    Nese tossed Reynolds in and went for a double springboard moonsault but Reynolds pulled his knees up. He tossed Nese rudely to the floor and worked him over, then brought him back in for a two count. Reynolds hit a hangman's neckbreaker for another two count.

    Reynolds went for a roll up off the ropes but Nese held on. Nese still caught him with a kick for a two count. They continued back and forth with some great wrestling. Nese hit an awesome back suplex with a bridge for a two count.

    Nese began drilling Reynolds with a series of kicks to the chest. Nese powerbombed Reynolds into the corner and hit a big boot for another two count. The crowd chanted, "This is awesome" and they were right.

    Nese missed a 450 splash. Reynolds drilled him with a forearm and nailed a lungblower to the chest for another two count. Nese was worked over but nailed a reverse rana and then drilled him with a flying knee to the face. Nese went to the top but Reynolds crotched him.

    Reynolds had words with Whipwreck who finally nailed him with the Whippersnapper. Nese hit the 450 splash and scored the pin.

    Your winner, Tony Nese!

    Excellent match and since the majority of the audience didn't know who these guys were, it really was a "star is born" moment.

    Scott Steiner came to the ring for a promo. He said that he wanted to know where his freaks were at. He said that he wanted to thank everyone for following him on Twitter. He said he's been telling the truth about what p***ies Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff are, so now he's in a lawsuit.

    Out came Luke Gallows with Eddie Kingston. Gallows and Steiner began brawling and they rang the bll.

    Steiner clotheslined him over the top to the floor and had words with Kingston. Steiner hiptossed Gallows over the top and back into the ring. He worked him over with chops in the corner and clotheslined him down for a two count. Steiner did push-ups to mock him.

    They battled to the floor and around ringside. Gallows was whipped into the guard rail. Steiner nailed him over the head with a hard plastic chair (not a bendable one) and grabbed a cane from a fan at ringside and nailed Gallows with it. He then nailed him with the ring bell and rang it on his head.

    They continued brawling around ringside until Steiner tossed him back into the ring. Steiner's leg was grabbed by Kingston, allowing Gallows to worked over Steiner with punches and choked him against the ropes. Gallows nailed a guillotine legdrop off the apron on Steiner, who's neck was exposed.

    Galllows worked over Sreiner on the floor. He returned the receipt, nailing Steiner with the chair. Rick Steiner came out and checked on Scott. He chased Kingston around the ring.

    Back inside the ring, Gallows continued to work over Scott and nailed a sideslam for a two count. He dropped an elbow but Scott rolled out of the way. Steiner mounted a comeback with a series of rights and clotheslines. He smashed Gallows into the buckles. Gallows reversed a whip but was kicked off and nailed with a belly to belly suplex.

    Gallows drilled Steiner with an elbow as he charged and came off the ropes. Steiner caught him and nailed an overhead belly to belly suplex. Gallows caught him with a DDT for a two count.

    Steiner went for a suplex off the ropes but Kingston nailed him. Gallows came off the top with a big elbow for a two count. Rick chased Kingston into the ring and the Steiner hit stereo Steinerlines. Scott pinned Gallows and celebrated with his brother.

    Your winner, Scott Steiner!

    Entertaining brawl. Funny to see Scott rip on Hogan and Bischoff while he's being sued. He really has no fear. Really entertaining with everyone doing their job well. Kingston was a hell of a corner man.

    MasterLock Challenge

    Chris Mordetsky took the mic and ripped out on Poughkeepsie. He knocked a bunch of fans and picked someone, an African-American fan named "Adam" for the Challenge. Mordestsky made a lot of comments about the "Hood."

    The crowd began chanting "Bullsh**" over the guy picked. Masters put it on and wouldn't let go. Hale Collins, who is a local star from the area, came to the ring and said he wanted to take the challenge. Collins got a nice reaction.

    Masters locked him in the hold and Collins fought hard to get out. The crowd got really behind their local hero. Collins almost broke it so Masters blasted him from behind and stomped the hell out of him.

    They started wrestling and went back and forth. Masters nailed a side slam for a two count. Masters picked him up a delayed vertical suplex. Master blasted Collins in the back and worked him over with a backbreaker.

    Collins mounted a comeback with a series of kicks and an enziguiri and a Famouser for a two count. Masters drilled him into the turnbuckles back-first. Collins fired back and went to the top but a masked man came out and shoved him off the top. Masters hit a spinebuster for the pin.

    Your winner, Chris Mordestsky!

    Good match, although they probably went a little long and lost the crowd towards the end. Collins was really over as the local guy and they had some good exchanged. The masked man was likely Vik Delicious who is "banned" from wrestling in Poughkeepsie after losing a stipulation match for NEW, which ran here last year.

    Rhino vs. Sami Callihan

    They brawled all over ringside and then back into the ring. Rhino whipped Callihan hard into the buckles and then flapjacked him high into the ring for a two count. Rhino missed a charge in the corner and was drilled with a hard kick to the back of the head.

    Callihan nailed him with a running Facewash in the corner. Callihan nailed a series of headbutt. Rhino tossed him over the top onto the ramp. He charged down the ramp and nailed Callihan with a hard chairshot. He set the chair and charged to jump off but was kicked in the air.

    Callihan charged the ramp and hit a flip over the ropes into the ring on Rhino for a two count. They battled back and forth with hard chops and shots until Rhino murdered him with a spinebuster. Fans chanted for a gore.

    Rhino and Sami continued to battle back and forth. Rhino nailed a TKO for a two count. Callihan nailed a big boot for a two count. Rhino nailed a big belly to belly suplex and set up for the Gore. He went for it but Callihan caught him in a guillotine choke. Rhino refused to tap and fought his way to his feet. He suplexed Callihan into the turnbuckles.

    Rhino gored Callihan but he kicked up at the last second. The crowd was surprised by that. They battled back and forth. Rhino nailed him a piledriver for another two count. He pulled him Callihan up to the ropes and nailed the Rhinodriver off the middle turnbuckle for the pin.

    Your winner, Rhino!

    Big Daddy V vs. Ham and Egger

    Big Daddy, managed by Nicky Benz (Nick Berk doing an agent of the stars gimmick), came out and destroyed a guy who looked like Jake Milliman. V won so Berk called for another opponent.

    Another young guy came in and nailed a series of dropkicks but V grabbed him and chokeslammed him into a sit down powerbomb for the pin.

    Benz called for another and out came Little Spike Dudley, who got a monster pop. He kicked V low and nailed the Acid Drop and celebrated. V rolled out of the ring and wanted nothing to do with Spike. He left.

    Benz was pissed and went after Spike, who ripped off his toupee and nailed him with the Acid Drop and celebrated.

    They took a brief intermission because they were ahead of schedule.

    When they returned, Adam "Edge" Copeland came to the ring. He said the last time he did a show at this level was 1997 and the reason he is here tonight was Tommy Dreamer. He said Dreamer busted his ass to have this show. He said that he wanted the fans to give themselves a hand for showing up. He said that fans should give themselves a hand for cheering and booing and having fun because that's what wrestling is all about.

    He said it was fun for him to see the young guys like Sami Callihan getting drilled by Rhino's piledriver. He said that made him think of Paul Orndorff piledriving Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant getting his hair shaved. He said that he loves moments like those and this next match could be a moment like that. He said the teams remind him of Edge and Christian and The Hardy Boyz. He said London & Kendrick and the Bucks are going to do things now in their prime, that he could never do.

    Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. The Young Bucks

    Matt Jackson and Kendrick started out on the mat with some nice reversals. Finally Jackson slapped him and Kendrick responded with some forearms. Kendrick leapfrogged Jackson and used a forward roll for the pin.

    Kendrick worked over his arm and tagged in London. London nailed a double stomp off the ropes and worked over Jackson's arm. London nailed an awesome overhead belly to belly throw on Nick Jackson. Kendrick and London nailed a double kick on Nick as he came off the top and ran him into Matt Jackson in the corner. Nick ended up hitting a rana on his own brother.

    The Bucks cut off Kendrick and Matt Jackson stomped the hell out of him. They went for a double hiptoss but Kendrick slipped out and tagged London. London backdropped Nick over the top to the floor and worked over Matt. Nick dragged London out of the ring. When he returned to the apron, Nick grabbed a head scissors, allowing Matt to nail a dropkick to the face.

    The Bucks double teamed London in their corner. They nailed a double hiptoss into a double dropkick. Matt covered London for a two count. Nick locked London in a rear chinlock. London tried to fight out but was cut off by Matt. Matt suplexed London over and covered him for a two count.

    They went into a series of insane spots including an awesome double plancha. They went back and forth with a bunch of near falls until Kendrick nailed Sliced Bread #2 followed by a London Shooting Star Press on Matt for the pin.

    Your winners, Brian Kendrick & Paul London!

    Awesome awesome awesome match. Just great stuff. The place chanted "HOH" afterwards.

    FWE champ Tommy Dreamer vs. Mike Knox vs. Carlito

    Dreamer and Knox went back and forth until Dreamer clotheslined him over the top. Carlito and Dreamer faced off. Carlito hit a springboard moonsault over Dreamer and dropkicked him. Knox charged Carlito and Carlito nailed a drop toehold.

    Carlito ate apple and spit it on Knox. Dreamer picked it up and ate some of it. Knox clotheslined them both. They battled to the floor, where Dreamer got dropped over the railing. Dreamer came back and rang the ring bell over Carlito's nether-regions

    Dreamer tossed a chair into the ring and tried to nail Carlito into it. He blocked it and drop toe-holded Dreamer into the chair. Knox returned to the ring and nailed a big boot on Knox.

    Carlito went under the ring and pulled a ladder into the ring. He placed it into a corner and rammed Dreamer into it. He then dropkicked Knox into the ladder, which snapped in half. Carlito charged and Knox backdropped Carlito into the ladder, then speared Dreamer.

    Dreamer nailed an awesome DDT on Knox, who landed standing upside down before going over. Dreamer set up a table on the outside. He tried to suplex Carlito over the ropes through the table but Carlito escaped and nailed Dreamer with a series of rights. Dreamer nearly went off the apron but caught Carlito with a DVDR off the apron through the table.

    Dreamer grabbed a cane from under the ring but was kicked by Knox. Dreamer set the ladder on the apron and tried to use it as a base to superplex Knox. He got crotched through the ladder. Carlito nailed the Backstabber while Dreamer was still hooked in the ladder. Knox went off the top with a flying legdrop but missed. Carlito covered Dreamer and won the belt.

    Your winner, Carlito!

    Really good match. It was actually the hardest I've ever seen Carlito or Knox ever work.

    Dreamer presented Carlito with the belt. The crowd chanted "Thank you Tommy" and "HOH."

    Carlito and Knox shook hands. Knox laid him out and attacked Carlito. Raven charged out and DDT'd Dreamer. He began beating the hell out of him when "Enter Sandman" hit and out came the Sandman from the top of the Mid-Hudson Civic Center.

    After an extended entrance, Sandman rolled into the ring. He ducked and Knox clotheslined Raven. Sandman caned them both and they ran from the ring.

    Dreamer took the mic. There was a Thank you Sandman chant. Then a Thank you Tommy. Then a "Thank you both."

    Dreamer said that he wanted to thank everyone here from the bottom of his heart. He thought it was going to be a disaster. He said his Mom had a stroke and he thought she was going to die but she's here selling merchandise. He said Edge blew off neck surgery to be here. Beulah and his kids were in the back and he said there will be a HOH 2. He said he loved the boys in the back and picked the roster and wished everyone a safe ride home.

    Fun ending to the show. Really strong first effort on all fronts.

    07-10-2012 om 20:44 geschreven door jefken  

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    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen The 685th edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown came to you from the BOK Center in Tulsa, OK. After being defeated by WWE Champion CM Punk by the most dubious of ways on the debut episode of WWE Main Event, World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus would be looking to take out his aggression on another champion as the World Heavyweight Champion would go one-on-one with Intercontinental Champion The Miz in a non-title, Champion vs. Champion Match. Also, with Zack Ryder & Santino Marella, Rhodes Scholars, and Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara all advancing to the Semi-Finals, the final First Round Match of the #1 Contenders Tag Team Tournament would take place on SmackDown as former tag team champions R-Truth & Kofi Kingston faced The Prime Time Players with the winning team advancing to the Semi-Finals to face Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara.
    Match Results
     •#1 Contenders Tag Team Tournament: First Round Match: The Prime Time Players def. R-Truth & Kofi Kingston by Darren Young pinning Kofi Kingston following the double knee gutbuster to advance to the Semi-Finals.
     •Ryback def. Primo (with Epico & Rosa Mendes) by pin following Shell Shocked.
     •Layla def. Alicia Fox by pin following a kick to the head.
     •Champion vs. Champion: Non-Title: The Miz (with Big Show) def. Sheamus by DQ after Big Show attacks The Miz.
     •Non-Title: Team Hell No def. Alberto Del Rio & David Otunga by Daniel Bryan pinning David Otunga following the flying headbutt.
     •Tensai (with Sheamus) def. Big Show by DQ after Sheamus attacks Tensai.
     •Non-Title: CM Punk def. Dolph Ziggler by pin following the GTS.
    Detailed Results
    Four weeks before he challenges Sheamus for the World Heavyweight Title at Hell in a Cell, SmackDown kicks off with the #1 Contender for the World Heavyweight Title, “The World’s Largest Athlete” Big Show. Big Show says that everyone has confidence until he punches them in the skull, adding that he has never faced Sheamus one-on-one, but Sheamus will join a very elite list of victims. Big Show continues that he punched guys like Edge, Chris Jericho, CM Punk, and John Cena right in the mouth. The #1 Contender is then interrupted by the World Heavyweight Champion, Sheamus, who says that he appreciates the “heads up”, saying that his title defense at Hell in a Cell will be the toughest of his career. Sheamus then extends his hand to Big Show, saying “let the best man win”, but the giant refuses to shake the champion’s hand, walking out of the ring. Sheamus then shows footage from WWE TLC last December where Big Show defeated Mark Henry to win the World Heavyweight Title, only to lose it Daniel Bryan 45 seconds later. Sheamus then shows what happened at WrestleMania, where he defeated Daniel Bryan in 18 seconds to win the World Heavyweight Title. This brings an enraged Big Show back to the ring as the #1 Contender extends his hand to Sheamus, but the champion just walks past “The World’s Largest Athlete”, exiting the ring with a smile on his face!
    The opening match of the night was the final First Round Match in the #1 Contenders Tag Team Tournament as former tag team champions R-Truth & Kofi Kingston faced The Prime Time Players with a Semi-Final spot on the line. In the end, it was an assist on the outside from Titus O’Neil that allowed Darren Young to hit the double knee gutbuster on Kofi Kingston and, as Titus keeps R-Truth out of the ring, Young pins Kofi to pick up the upset win to advance to the Semi-Finals to face Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara next week!
    After he and Epico failed to make it past Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara in the #1 Contenders Tag Team Tournament on RAW, Primo, with Epico & Rosa Mendes in his corner, would have the unenviable task of going one-on-one with the undefeated “Sin City Cyborg” Ryback. During the match, Primo would try to walk away from the match, but Ryback would not allow it as the unstoppable machine would drop Epico with a clothesline on the outside before dropping Primo with Shell Shocked in the middle of the ring en route to picking up another impressive win.
    Two former Divas Champions faced off on SmackDown as Layla went one-on-one with Alicia Fox. In the end, it was Layla landing a kick to Alicia Fox’s head en route to picking up the win.
    Backstage, a heated argument between WWE Champion CM Punk and “Mr. Money-in-the-Bank” Dolph Ziggler, as well as Paul Heyman and Vickie Guerrero, is broken up by SmackDown General Manager Booker T, who books CM Punk to go one-on-one with Dolph Ziggler in the main event!
    Wade Barrett was in action on SmackDown as “The Bareknuckle Brawler” faced a local competitor. In the end, it was Wade Barrett hitting the Souvenir on the jobber en route to picking up the win.
    Then it was time for a Champion vs. Champion Match as World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus went one-on-one with Intercontinental Champion The Miz in a non-title match. During the match, Sheamus was ready to put The Miz down with the Brogue Kick, but Big Show would emerge, knocking Miz out with the W.M.D., costing Sheamus the match!
    After Alberto Del Rio twice assaulted Randy Orton last week, David Otunga makes an appearance on SmackDown to “thank” Del Rio for taking “The Viper” out. It then looks like Orton would confront Otunga, but when Orton’s music plays, Alberto Del Rio and his personal ring announcer, Ricardo Rodriguez, come out instead as “The Mexican Aristocrat” mocks Orton’s ring entrance. Del Rio says that Orton would not dare be in the same building as him because Orton would wind up like a “dying snake”, touting that he cut off the head of “that snake”, proclaiming that he is the new “apex predator” of the WWE! SmackDown General Manager Booker T then comes out, saying that, with Orton out of action, Del Rio has some “free time” on his hands. With that, Booker puts Del Rio and David Otunga in a match against the WWE Tag Team Champions, Kane & Daniel Bryan!
    Per the orders of Booker T, Alberto Del Rio would team with David Otunga, with Ricardo Rodriguez in their corner, to face the WWE Tag Team Champions, Team Hell No, in a non-title match. In the end, it was Kane planting David Otunga with a chokeslam, but Daniel Bryan tags himself, dropping the flying headbutt on Otunga en route to picking up the win for himself and Kane.
    Backstage, Senior Advisor Theodore Long is talking to Booker T’s Assistant, Eve, as Long says that he did not tell Eve to try and suspend Beth Phoenix indefinitely last week, but the Divas Champion claims that, in his “advanced age”, Long forgot that he told her to suspend Beth Phoenix. Long says that he can see right through Eve and he knows that Eve had something to do with the attack on Kaitlyn at Night of Champions. Long continues that Booker T is not an “experienced” General Manager and Eve may have Booker fooled, but if he was in charge, Eve would be out the door. However, Booker enters the office, only hearing the end of the conversation, asking if Long is jealous of Eve, but Long says that he is his “own man”. Booker says that Long and Eve are “valuable assets”, but he cannot have them arguing all the time.
    After costing Sheamus a match against The Miz, Big Show was in action on SmackDown as “The World’s Largest Athlete” went one-on-one with Tensai. During the match, Big Show winds up for the W.M.D., but Sheamus rushes out, delivering the Brogue Kick to Tensai, costing Big Show the match just like the #1 Contender did to Sheamus earlier!
    Then it was time for the main event as WWE Champion CM Punk, with Paul Heyman in his corner, went one-on-one with “Mr. Money-in-the-Bank” Dolph Ziggler, with Vickie Guerrero in his corner. In the end, it was CM Punk hitting the GTS on Dolph Ziggler en route to picking up the win over “Mr. Money-in-the-Bank”. After the match, CM Punk stands on the announce table and says that, he knows what he has to do to get respect and that is face John Cena inside Hell in a Cell. However, the WWE Champion again proclaims that he will still not face Cena at Hell in a Cell!

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    Tensai's Status

    We noted before that Vince McMahon has reportedly soured on the Brodus Clay character and gimmick changes may be coming for the big man. The same thing is being said about Tensai. WWE officials had big hopes for Tensai when he returned to WWE earlier this year but plans for his push have been nixed.

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    The show starts with a "Previously on TNA Impact" video package, detailing the feud between Bobby Roode and James Storm, Hogan's ongoing problems with Aces & 8s, and of course the building feud between Jeff Hardy and Austin Aries. The video package ends, and the camera cuts to Sting and Hogan in Hogan's office.

    Hogan tells Sting he's glad that Sting is leading the charge and wishes he could fight by his side, but says he can't because they have to play by the rules. Sting says he's ready to put a bullet in them and that he's going to be watching every match tonight to determine who they should pick as Sting's partner to fight against Aces & 8s. Hogan says they need someone with a killer instinct, and says they need to pick someone by the end of the night. Sting says he's on it and walks out of the office as Hogan tells him he's got his back.

    Mike Tenay welcomes everybody to Impact, and we waste no time in getting to the first match of the night.

    Mr. Anderson comes out to the stage and grabs the mic as it lowers from the ceiling. He tells Sting and Hogan that he heard they were looking for some help, and says they need not look any further than his match right now.

    Mr. Anderson VS Gunner (w/ Kid Kash)

    Gunner wastes no time going on the offensive, backing Anderson into the corner with a series of punches. Anderson quickly counters and drops Gunner with a neckbreaker for a 1-count. Gunner kicks out and his Irish Whip attempt is countered. Anderson hits a dropkick, and Gunner rolls out of the ring. Anderson heads to the outside but is distracted by Kash, allowing Gunner to knock him down.

    Sting is shown backstage watching the match on a monitor.

    Gunner throws Anderson back in the ring and drops him for a 2-count. Anderson counters a submission attempt but gets knocked down again by a punch from Gunner. Anderson counters another Irish whip attempt and hits the Mic Check out of nowhere for the pinfall victory.

    Mr. Anderson wins via pinfall (2:31)

    Kash jumps in the ring and ambushes Anderson, but Anderson hits another Mic Check out of nowhere. Sting is shown again watching the events transpiring in the ring.

    The camera cuts backstage to Tara on the phone with her boyfriend. Gail Kim walks up and tells Tara to wrap up her call because they have a match tonight to prepare for. Tara says they should go out for a celebratory dinner later. She tells Kim to bring her "cable star" boyfriend, and she'll bring her big Hollywood star. Kim tells Tara that she better watch her back, because if Tara wins the Knockouts Championship, she's coming for it next.

    We go to commercial break.



    Back from commercial and we head back to the ring for tonight's second match.

    Gail Kim & Tara VS ODB & Miss Tessmacher

    Kim and Tara argue about who's going to start the match, but eventually Tara gives in and lets her partner start.

    Kim charges ODB but is quickly knocked down with a chest bump. ODB throws Kim into the corner and attempts a Samoan drop, but Kim counters. ODB knocks her down with an elbow and drags her to the corner to tag in Tessmacher.

    Tessmacher dropkicks Kim into the corner and hits her with a stink face. ODB is tagged back in and she charges Kim in the corner to hit a kick, but Kim rolls out of the way and tags in her partner. ODB throws Tara into the corner and jumps on her with the bronco buster. ODB gets distracted by Kim trash-talking from the outside, allowing Tara to hit her from behind. She tags Kim back in, and Kim throws ODB into the corner, choking her with a foot to the throat. Kim throws her across the ring to the other corner and hits a spear.

    Kim plays to the crowd and her partner a bit before going back in the ring. As ODB tries to get up, Kim charges her with a flying forearm for a 2-count. Tara tags herself back in and stomps on ODB. She attempts a standing moonsault, but ODB gets her knees up. ODB crawls to the corner and tags in Tessmacher.

    Tessmacher drops Tara with a series of clotheslines before hitting a flying headscissors. Tessmacher throws Tara into the corner and hits a facebuster for a 2-count, but Kim runs in and breaks up the pin. ODB charges Kim, but Kim pulls her out of the ring and drops her to the ground. Kim tries to interfere in the ring but almost hits her partner. Tara throws Kim into Tessmacher before hitting the Widows Peak for the win.

    Tara & Gail Kim win via pinfall (4:45)

    Bruce Pritchard and Al Snow are shown backstage looking over a contract. Pritchard says he's got to go show it to D'Lo before they do anything. We cut to commercial.


    A video package is shown chronicling the drama between Joey Ryan and Al Snow before cameras cut back to ringside as Snow makes his way to the ring. Tenay asks Taz what's going on with Snow, and Taz says they'll have to wait and see what happens tonight.

    Snow introduces Joey Ryan and asks him to come to the ring. Ryan's music hits, and he comes to the ring in his street clothes to a chorus of boos from the crowd. Snow says that several weeks ago, he allowed his emotions to overcome his better judgement, and unfortunately took an action that put TNA in a bad position. He says as a result, and on behalf of TNA, he would like to apologize for his actions when he laid his lands on Ryan. Ryan demands that Snow say he is sorry. He says Snow is an office stooge around here, but he doesn't want to hear an apology on behalf of TNA. He wants Snow to say he's sorry.

    Snow extends his hand to Ryan and says he's sorry. Ryan tells him to get that hand away from him, calling Snow pathetic. He says he manipulated Snow just like he manipulated the 87%. Ryan says tonight isn't about Snow, it isn't about the fans, it's about him. Ryan tells Snow to go ahead and share with everybody the other agreement their legal counsel came to. Snow pulls a TNA contract out of his jacket and hands it to Ryan. Ryan says it's not so tough to do the right thing. Snow starts to say something, but Ryan cuts him off and tells him to turn around so he can sign the contract on Snow's back.

    Ryan signs the contract and hands it to Snow, demanding that he be introduced as the NEWEST TNA wrestling superstar. Snow smirks and says Ryan should have read the contract more closely, telling him he doesn't have a permanent spot on the roster yet. The contract he just signed is only for one night, Bound For Glory. Snow says Ryan has his chance to be a star and a chance to be a permanent Impact roster member, and says Ryan's opponent is none other than him: Al Snow. Snow heads up the ramp as Ryan is left looking pissed in the ring.

    The camera cuts backstage to Angle and Sting talking. Angle says Aces & 8s jumped him too, and he wants the chance to fight with Sting. Sting says he needs someone who has their mind and plate clear, and as great as Angle is, he doesn't want Angle pulling double duty. He says he'll think about it, but makes no promise.

    Angle turns around to leave but runs into Bully Ray. Ray walks up to Sting and tells him that he should be in the World Title match at Bound For Glory, but says that he's not because of Aces & 8s. Ray says he wants them more than anybody else does, and asks what he has to do to prove to Sting that he's the right guy to fight them at the PPV. Sting says Ray is the biggest and baddest bully he's ever known, and tells him to go beat someone up tonight. Sting says he needs a bully, and screams for Ray to prove he has what it takes tonight.


    Back from commercial, we head right to the ring for the next match of the night.

    TNA Television Championship: RVD VS Samoa Joe {c}

    RVD and Joe circle the ring a couple times, staring each other down, before meeting in a collar-and-elbow tie-up. RVD rolls Joe up for a quick 1-count and tries to slap on a leg-bar, but fails to do so. Both men stand up and RVD attempts a kick, but Joe drops him with a clothesline. Joe throws RVD into the corner and nails him with an enzuigeri. He picks RVD up, countering a roll-up attempt with an STF submission. RVD makes it to the ropes and rolls out of the ring.

    Joe follows him out and is quickly dropped with a kick to the shins. RVD tries to spear Joe into the guardrails, but Joe counters and throws him into the ring steps. Joe rolls RVD back in the ring and throws him into the corner. RVD counters a clothesline attempt with an elbow and dazes Joe with a kick. RVD hits a jumping thrust kick to drop Joe, and nails Rolling Thunder for the 2-count. He hits Joe with another kick in the corner. Joe counters a monkey-flip attempt, but RVD manages to back out of the slam attempt and hits a cross body. RVD drops Joe with another kick and motions for the Frog Splash. Joe jumps up and hits the Muscle Buster out of nowhere for the win.

    Samoa Joe retains via pinfall (4:36)

    AJ Styles is shown backstage talking to Hernandez and Chavo about the whole Aces & 8s situation. Chavo cuts him off and tells him not to change the subject, he wants to talk about AJ interfering in his match last week. Daniels and Kazarian walk in and tell the other 3 that they caught Angle talking to Sting, and they say Angle doesn't even want to be in the title match at the PPV because he'd rather team up with Sting. They walk out as Chavo tells AJ to go see whats up with Angle.


    Back from commercial, a video of King Mo arriving to the stadium earlier in the night is shown, and Tenay says we should be hearing more from him later on tonight.

    The camera cuts to Austin Aries and Jeff Hardy talking in the parking lot. Aries says he knows there was some drama between them last week, but they managed to get the win anyways. He says they're cool now, and he's just looking forward to their match at the PPV. Bully Ray walks up to them and says he has good news and bad news. The good news is he's not going to punch both of them in the face right now, but the bad news is he's going to punch one of them in the face later on tonight. He says that Sting told him to prove himself, and what better way to do that than to beat the #1 Contender. Aries interrupts and says that the better challenge would be to beat the World Champion. Ray says that Aries is lucky he isn't facing him at Bound For Glory because Aries knows that Ray would walk away victorious. They begin to argue, but Jeff interrupts and suggests a triple threat match for tonight's main event. Ray likes the idea and walks off as Aries looks pissed that Hardy volunteered him for the match.

    We head back to ringside for the next match of the night.

    Chavo Guerrero (w/ Hernandez) VS Kurt Angle (w/ AJ Styles)

    Chavo and Angle meet in the middle of the ring, and Chavo slaps on a side headlock. Angle manages to toss Chavo into the ropes, but Chavo counters with a shoulder block. He slaps the side headlock back on, but Angle manages to lift him up for a suplex. Chavo doesn't let go of the submission, but Angle manages to stand up again and back Chavo into the corner. He gets out of the submission and stomps on Chavo in the corner. Chavo counters and hits a few punches to the head. He goes for a clothesline, but Angle manages to hit a back body drop counter.

    Angle chokes Chavo on the ropes, but breaks the hold before the DQ. He stomps Chavo in the corner and chokes him with a boot. Chavo gets up and hits a couple of punches, but Angle drops him with a massive clothesline. Angle picks him up and hits a vertical suplex for a quick 2-count. He locks on a gut wrench submission, but Chavo gets up and hits Angle with a couple of elbows. He hits the ropes, but Angle counters with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a 1-count. Angle stomps on Chavo and picks him up, but Chavo counters with a series of punches. Chavo counters an Irish whip attempt with a head scissors takedown, and drops Angle with a dropkick for a 1-count. Angle backs himself into the corner, and Chavo meets him there with punches. Angle counters a clothesline attempt with a release belly-to-belly suplex and sets Chavo up for the Angle slam.

    Chavo counters the finisher attempt and rolls Angle up for a 2-count. Chavo picks Angle up and goes for the Three Amigos, but Angle counters after the first one and hits his triple German suplex combo. Angle goes for the Ankle Lock, but Chavo counters and hits the Three Amigos successfully. Chavo motions for the Frog Splash and climbs the turnbuckles. Angle rolls out of the way, and hits Chavo with the Angle Slam. Hernandez distracts Angle before he can lock on the Ankle Lock, allowing Chavo to sneak up from behind with the roll-up for the win.

    Chavo Guerrero wins via pinfall (6:41)

    All four men meet in the ring and begin arguing as Daniels and Kazarian appear on the ramp. Chavo tells them to come down to the ring and talk tough, but the tag champions remain on the ramp and hold up their belts. A replay of the match's finish is shown as we head to commercial.


    Once again, we head right to the ring for the next match of the night. Douglas Williams is already in the ring as he awaits his opponent.

    TNA X-Division Championship: Douglas Williams VS Zema Ion {c}

    Zema wastes no time and slaps Williams in the face before kicking him in the gut. Zema turns around to take off his vest, allowing Williams the chance to mount an offence. He clotheslines Zema right out of the ring. Zema tries to crawl up the ramp, but Williams grabs him and hits him with a couple of punches. Zema throws Williams into the ring post before rolling him back in the ring.

    Williams catches Zema with an elbow, but Zema snaps on a unique armbar submission for the quick victory.

    Zema Ion retains via submission (1:17)

    The ref tries to get Zema to break the hold, but he refuses. The ref reverses his decision, awarding Williams the win, but Zema still retains.

    Douglas Williams wins via DQ

    Zema Ion grabs a mic and tells Hogan and Sting to not even consider him as a partner for the match against Aces & 8s because there's no way he's putting his good looks at risk. He backs up the ramp with his belt held high as Tenay and Taz hype up tonight's main event. They say that we're going to hear more from King Mo tonight, and they cut to a video package about what events led to this signing. After the video, King Mo is shown heading to the ring as we head to commercial.


    Back from commercial, we see Bruce Pritchard and D'Lo Brown watching a match from a recent house show on his iPad. It shows Matt Morgan jumping in the ring and kicking the referee in the face. Pritchard yells at D'Lo for letting it happen, and D'Lo vows that it will never happen again. We head back ringside.

    James Storm's music hits and he makes his way to the ring in his street clothes. He grabs a mic as he heads in the ring. Storm says they're only 10 days away from the biggest PPV of the year, Bound For Glory, and 10 days away from the biggest night of his life. He says that he's not going to the PPV to prove he's a better wrestler or fighter, he's going to prove that he's the better man. Storm says that Hogan doesn't like his officials being pushed around, so he appointed a special enforcer in the match. Storm goes on talking about King Mo, but is interrupted by Bobby Roode's music, and Roode makes his way to the stage with a mic in his hand.

    Roode says he doesn't give a damn about some Bellator fighter called King Mo, and quite frankly neither should Storm. He says the only thing that should be on his mind is that he has to step in the ring with Roode. He says Storm has never beaten him and rode his coattails during their time in Beer Money. Roode says that Storm got one thing right, this feud has been brewing for a year now, and at the PPV it's going to explode. Roode says that this isn't just a match, it's going to be a fight, and he won't stop until he is standing over Storm's bloody carcass, knowing that he ended Storm's career. Roode says no one can stop him, and he calls King Mo out to the ring. Roode says he is the It Factor of professional wrestling, and there's not a thing that Mo can do to change that.

    Sure enough, King Mo's music hits, and he makes his way out to the stage. Roode drops the mic and turns around to confront him. Roode makes fun of Mo's attire and pushes him back. Roode takes off his jacket, but Mo pushes him down to the ground. Mo heads down to the ring as Roode makes his way backstage. Mo gets in the ring and gets right in Storm's face, but Storm raises his arm in the air to loud cheers from the crowd. Storm hands Mo a beer and they celebrate in the ring.

    Camera cuts backstage to Hogan and Sting in the office again. Hogan says he's already made his pick, and wrote it down on a piece of paper. Sting says they should wait until after Bully Ray's match tonight, because he saw something in Ray's eyes tonight and wants to see what's going to happen. Hogan says he'll watch the match with Sting. We cut to commercial break.


    A shot of Aces & 8s is shown, and they have Joseph Parks tied to a chair and gagged. One of the thugs turns to the camera and says he looks forward to hearing who is going to face his two picks from the gang at Bound For Glory. He says all of his men are willing to die for the brotherhood, and asks Hogan if he can say the same thing about his allies. One of the other thugs sparks a set of jumper cables as the camera fades to black.

    Tenay and Taz run down the card for Bound For Glory, and announce that Magnus and Samoa Joe will meet at the PPV to fight for the TNA Television Championship.

    We join Christy in the ring to welcome the competitors in tonight's main event.


    Bully Ray VS Jeff Hardy VS Austin Aries

    Back from commercial and we join the match in progress as Bully Ray drops Hardy down. Aries is shown on the outside, and he climbs in the ring as Ray leaves. Aries and Hardy get the crowd hyped up, but Ray pulls him out of the ring and throws him into the ring post. He charges Aries in the corner but gets caught with a boot and a cross body. Aries charges Ray in the corner, but gets dropped with a boot to the face. Hardy comes out of nowhere and hits Poetry in Motion on Ray. Hardy nails a couple of dropkicks as Ray sits up, and then drops him with a Twist of Fate. He climbs to the top rope and hits a Swanton for a 2-count, but Aries breaks the pin up and throws him to the floor.

    Aries locks on a submission, but Hardy comes back in the ring and breaks it up. Aries and Hardy argue, and turn around to get hit with a double clothesline from Ray. Ray throws Hardy out to the floor again, and back-drops Aries outside as well. Ray grabs Aries and attempts to suplex him back in the ring, but Aries drops down and smashes Ray's throat into the ropes. He climbs up top and hits a dropkick on Ray. Aries sets him up for a Brainbuster, but Ray counters. He goes to the corner and looks for his chain, but can't find it (it's around his neck). He grabs the title belt from ringside and hits Aries.

    Ray hits the Bubba Bomb on Hardy for the pinfall.

    Bully Ray wins via pinfall (4:05)

    Ray makes his way up the ramp, screaming into the camera and asking if Sting was watching. Aries is shown in the ring yelling at Hardy for costing him the match. The crowd chants loudly for Hardy as Aries continues to berate him. Hardy dances around in the ring to more cheers as Aries leaves.

    Hogan and Sting are shown leaving the office backstage, making their way ringside as we head to commercial.


    Back from commercial, Sting's music hits and he and Hogan make their way to the ring as Tenay hypes up the decision they have to make regarding who will join Sting at Bound For Glory. Both men look serious as they climb into the ring and get ready to make the revelation.

    Hogan says that Aces & 8s has been running roughshod around the Impact Zone, and says how personal this problem is getting now. Hogan says that he's going to be watching, but it's the man in the trenches they have to worry about: Sting. Hogan says Sting will do whatever he has to do to get Aces & 8s out of TNA for good, but he needs a good partner. Hogan says they've talked to a lot of talent tonight and considered a lot of names for the part, including Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe. Hogan says that even Bully Ray wants in. But at the end of the day, Hogan says they need someone who can get the job done. He says that they've made an agreement on who their partner will be, and it is none other than Ken Anderson. Hogan asks Anderson to make his way to the ring, and Anderson's music hits.

    Anderson doesn't make his way to the ring however, and the video screen lights up showing Anderson getting beat down by Aces & 8s backstage. Hogan screams for somebody to go and help Anderson. Bully Ray runs down to the ring and grabs the mic from Hogan.

    Ray says that Hogan made a mistake picking Anderson over him, and asks Sting to talk some sense into Hogan. He asks if Anderson is really the guy Sting wants by his side when he goes to war. Ray says that Sting needs to go to war with a fellow warrior, and says that no one has proven to be more of a warrior than he has. Ray says Sting needs to convince Hogan of the same thing, and says he wants Aces & 8s gone more than anybody. Ray says Sting needs him to fight, and the fans need him to fight for the company. Ray asks Sting if he knows who he is. Ray says that he is Bully Ray, and he's the guy who will go to war with Sting. Hogan and Sting consider it for a minute, and Sting looks like he's on board. Hogan looks hesitant though. Ray offers his hand to Hogan and says once again that he is Hogan's guy, and he's standing by his brother's (Sting's) side. Sting continues to hype Ray up, and Hogan eventually shakes Ray's hand. Hogan says that Ray is fighting for everybody here, and Ray tells him he's got it as the show goes off the air.

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    What Led To Kelly Kelly's WWE Release?

    What Led To Kelly Kelly's WWE Release?
    Posted by Steve Carrier on 10/03/2012 at 09:00 PM

    As announced last Friday by WWE, the sports-entertainment organization has come to terms on the release of Kelly Kelly, ending her six-year run with the company. The split had been predicted since she decided to take a hiatus in late May.

    Those close to the matter thought it was likely her tenure was coming to an end after she was negative on signing a long-term contract extension and had requested time off. She was given time off under the believe that she would return full-time. However, those close to her say wasn't sure about resuming a full-time schedule and was looking to pursue other endeavors.

    Her situation was similar to many others talent who have left the company, particularly women, in the past two years. She was forced to reject numerous media offers, either because WWE didn’t want her involved or because WWE has made its product too kid-friendly that companies don't want to associate with them. The matter is tied to women, because of those limitations.

    Since Kelly had already earned her downside guarantee for the year and had no intention on returning full-time, there was no money left for her to earn by avoiding asking for her release. Plus, she wanted to pursue outside opportunities sooner rather than later.

    During a advertisement campaign shoot last week for Let if Fly Energy, an energy drink line, she received a text message from Triple H. He informed her that by the terms of her contract, she needed to have a calendar that she planned to sell on her official site approved by WWE officials. She tweeted previews of some risque lingerie pictures for the calendar and the company demanded she take them down.

    Kelly had also been dealing with neck issues from wrestling. WWE officials requested that see Dr. Joseph Maroon, head of medical. She preferred to be examined by her own doctor. With the accumulated injuries, she wanted to leave wrestling at the age of 25 rather than be physically broken down physically and too old to pursue outside entertainment endeavors years later. However, it is believed that she would have stayed with WWE if they let her make occasional appearances rather than not work full-time.

    WWE didn't perceive Kelly as reaching a level known as the “Mick Foley deal,” where they are under contract, work occasionally, and are free to pursue outside endeavors. WWE does not want create a precedent where talent has control over what they do, which is an issue affecting their relations with Chris Jericho.

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    Ryback's Botch on RAW

    Ryback's Botch on RAW
    Posted by Steve Carrier on 10/03/2012 at 08:53 AM

    - Vince McMahon was reportedly scrambling at Monday's RAW when Ryback failed to do his finisher on Tensai. Workers in the production truck were instructed to make him look as strong as possible with the replays.

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    Backstage News on Antonio

     WWE officials are very high on United States Champion Antonio Cesaro. WWE feels they will make a lot of money off Cesaro in the future so expect his push to continue.

    Some feel that WWE wanted to do right by Cesaro and that's why they hired his girlfriend Sara Del Rey as a developmental trainer.

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    CM Punk's Status with WWE a Hot Topic Backstage

    CM Punk's Status with WWE a Hot Topic Backstage
    Posted by Steve Carrier on 10/03/2012 at 08:51 AM

    - With John Cena and Randy Orton being gone from last weekend's WWE live events, CM Punk's importance to the company was a hot topic backstage. The feeling right now is that only two guys really draw big for the company - John Cena and CM Punk.

    There's also a feeling that they need to get Punk to where he doesn't end up beat up and worn out like Cena and so many other top talents are. People this weekend were saying that Punk was looking sick or worn down.

    Punk is being compared to Bret Hart's early days with WWE in the sense that he's the company workhorse but doesn't get the nod of approval that a John Cena or Hulk Hogan would get.

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    Shawn Daivari chokes out unruly train passenger

    There was nothing fake about this choke hold.
    Former WWE and TNA star Shawn Daivari used some of his professional wrestling skills last week to subdue a passenger while travelling in a light-rail car in Minneapolis.
    "It was definitely different than any other ride I've taken on that train," Daivari told Fox Minneapolis-St. Paul.
    When Daivari boarded the car he noticed a man swearing and hurling racial slurs at other passengers. Several passengers used the emergency call buttons, but there was no immediate help from the Metro Transit Police.
    "Another passenger told him to sit down and be quiet because he was making the ride bad for everybody," Daivari said. "That's when he got in the passenger's face, saying, 'I am going to kill you,' and stuff like that."

    That's when Daivari sprung into action and put a rear-naked choke hold on the man. Daivari maintained the hold until the man fell unconscious and emptied his bladder.
    "It's one of those things where I'd rather be safe than sorry," he said. "If police are taking too long to respond, I'd rather not sit on my hands and wait for them to show up."
    Daivari then held the man in a scissor hold until the next stop and removed him from the train.
    "That was the hardest part," Daivari said. "He was a big, fat guy -- 280 pounds. I had to lug him out the door. It was like throwing out a dead ox."
    Daivari added: "Stuff like this happens, and when it does, people need to take care of themselves as well. It might be that one second too long, and you live to regret it."

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    TNA Xplosion: James Storm vs Magnus
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen TNA Xplosion: James Storm vs Magnus

    04-10-2012 om 14:18 geschreven door jefken  

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    Uitslagen roh 29 september
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen Ring of Honor television is back with another week of “Road Rage”, this time with footage from the recent “Death Before Dishonor X” iPPV.
    Kevin Kelly welcomes us to the show and we see how both SCUM and Charlie Haas & Rhett Titus made it to the final of the ROH World Tag Team Title tournament.
    ROH Tag Team Title Match
     SCUM vs. Rhett Titus & Charlie Haas
    Shelton Benjamin comes out with Haas once again. Corino and Jacobs dominate the early goings and isolate Titus in their corner before they do the same to Haas who had slapped Titus to tag himself in. Titus fights back on his own and hits the Razor’s Edge on Jacobs for two. Haas takes out Corino with a big kick before an Olympic Slam on Jacobs gets them two. Jacobs tries to use the spike on Titus but can’t. Benjamin gets in the ring while the referee is distracted by Corino and Haas and superkicks Jacobs before clashing with Titus. He looks like he’ll get out of the ring but gets back in and hits the Paydirt on Titus and then leaves the ring as Jacobs crawls over and pins him for the three and we have new champions! After the match, Haas & Benjamin attack Titus.
    Winners by Pinfall: SCUM
    We then hear from Davey Richards. Kevin Kelly asks him what the future holds for Davey in ROH and he responds by saying he’s in front of his family and this is home. He says he’s not proud of the person he has been outside the ring for the past year and apologises. He says starting now, the wolf is back. He adds that he doesn’t want belts, he wants to be the best wrestler in the world and will enter Survival of the Fittest to take on Mike Bennett.
    Jay Lethal vs. Homicide
    Action quickly spills to the outside and Lethal hits a suicide dive. We’ve already had several ‘killer instinct’ mentions. Homicide tries to get chairs and tables involved but is thwarted by referee Todd Sinclair and Lethal himself. Homicide goes for the Gringo Killer but Lethal reverses it into a rollup for two. Homicide trash talks Lethal who comes back with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Lariat from Homicide gets him a near fall before he hits a cutter but Lethal comes back with a suplex. He follows up with the Hail to the King followed by the Lethal Combination twice but Homicide kicks out. Brainbuster from Lethal but Homicide just won’t stay down. Homicide spits in his face but Lethal then shows the Killer Instinct with a cradle DDT for the win.
    Winner by Pinfall: Jay Lethal
    We now get to see the closing seconds of the Michael Elgin and Roderick Strong vs. Irish Airborne match where Strong tagged himself in and stole the pinfall. We also see how Steen beat Rhino and the aftermath where Elgin powerbombed Strong after he got involved in Elgin and Steen’s confrontation.
    For this week’s “Inside ROH”, we hear briefly from Elgin and Truth Martini. Elgin says he’s sick of waiting and in Toronto in front of his home town, there’s no more waiting. He said he will show everybody around the World that he is capable of being the next World champion. SCUM then talk about how they are not afraid of the Briscoes. Steen also says he doesn’t care if the fans are behind Elgin, he has Corino and Jacobs to back him up.
    Kevin Kelly then tells us that Survival of the Fittest will play out over the next four weeks of TV and explains how the tournament works and who the 12 competitors are. He also runs down the card so far for ‘Glory By Honor XI’.
    Next up, we quickly hear from Matt Hardy who comes to the ring to a far from warm response and says he is interested in the next match and will provide commentary.
    ROH World TV Title Match
     Adam Cole vs. Mike Mondo
    Both guys grapple around the outside to begin with as neither man can gain a distinct advantage. Mondo seems to hurt his left leg and Cole goes right after it with submissions. Mondo then stomps on Cole’s arm and he tries to work over that with both men being very methodical with their attacks. Mondo refuses to get knocked to the outside but Cole eventually manages it and then hits a suicide dive before throwing Mondo into the ringside barricades. Mondo fights back and goes for the DDT on the ramp but Cole reverses it and hits a German suplex on the floor. They finally get back in the ring and slug it out before Cole hits a big superkick and then another German suplex into the corner. Mondo back with a DDT but Cole gets his foot on the bottom rope. Mondo takes too long and Cole goes for a superkick which sees Mondo fall to the apron to avoid it. Cole quickly drops down and locks in the Figure-four leglock; Mondo reverses it but then Cole reverses it back and Mondo eventually taps.
    After the match, Matt Hardy gets a mic and congratulates both men on a great match, He then addresses Cole and says people keep telling him how Cole reminds them of a young Matt Hardy. He says the difference is that he was better than him when he was his age and he’s better than him now before storming to the back.
    Winners by Submission: Adam Cole
    Next week, Survival of the Fittest kicks off with Adam Cole vs. Tadarius Thomas and SCUM defend the Tag Team titles against Caprice Coleman & Cedric Alexander.

    03-10-2012 om 22:44 geschreven door jefken  

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    Details on Why Edge Has Heat Within WWE

    Details on Why Edge Has Heat Within WWE
    Posted by Steve Carrier on 10/03/2012 at 08:33 AM

    - There is a lot of heat on Edge within WWE right now. WWE pretty much made another Legends deal offer to him when he worked the recent SmackDown tapings but he was not interested. Edge does not want to be locked into a WWE deal and wants to be able to do his own things. When WWE originally saw that Edge's contract was ending, they offered him a Legends deal similar to what Shawn Michaels has but word is the money offered was a bit of an insult.

    There is also some heat on Edge because of Beth Phoenix leaving. There's a belief that she's leaving in part to help him recover from neck surgery in November. Also, there are some people high up in the company that aren't happy about his upcoming appearance for Tommy Dreamer's House of Hardcore promotion.

    Edge and WWE will most likely work together in the future but there is definitely the feeling within WWE that he's sort of gone against them.

    03-10-2012 om 14:28 geschreven door jefken  

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    Usos Joining Vickie?
    - The Usos posted the following Tout video from backstage at last night's WWE SmackDown tapings. Vickie Guerrero wants them to join her and they're considering the change:

    03-10-2012 om 14:25 geschreven door jefken  

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    Chris Harris Weighs In On Short-lived WWE Tenure

    Chris Harris Weighs In On Short-lived WWE Tenure
    Posted by Steve Carrier on 10/02/2012 at 09:50 PM

    Following a fruitful multi-year run in TNA Wrestling, Chris Harris crossed over to WWE in 2008. The partnership did not work as the company opted to cut ties with the veteran wrestler after only two television matches. Speaking to, Harris offered his thoughts on why he didn't gel in the sports-entertainment promotion.

    "That is something I will never truly know," said Harris. "I have my version of what I was put through, but a lot of people will say I just didn’t have what it takes. It was never about a name or a character. It’s the fact they would never let me go out and do what I do best. I had a number of people telling me a number of different things. I have enough confidence in my ability that I could have made something work. It made me hate wrestling and I needed to get out."

    Sans two one-off appearances for TNA in 2010 and 2011, Harris has remained out of the spotlight since his departure from WWE. In response to whether he would like to make a full-time to the organization he became famous in, Harris would welcome the opportunity.

    "I think I have a lot more to offer. Many are calling for an AMW reunion, but truth is Storm is so successful in his singles run that it wouldn’t make sense right now. It’s all about right time and right place," he states.

    The full interview is available here.

    03-10-2012 om 14:15 geschreven door jefken  

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    News On Jeff Hardy's TNA Contract

    News On Jeff Hardy's TNA Contract

    According to, TNA star Jeff Hardy's contract with the company expires in February. There have been rumors of Hardy having another run with WWE or even working the independent scene with his brother Matt Hardy and creating his own schedule. However, as reported in Thursday's Dot Net Weekly audio show, a source with knowledge of the situation stated that Hardy's first preference is to re-sign with TNA, assuming they can come to terms.

    03-10-2012 om 14:10 geschreven door jefken  

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    Uitslagen raw 1 october
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    WWE Monday Night RAW Results 10/1/12
    By Marc Middleton
    Oct 1, 2012 - 11:10:07 PM

    - Tonight's WWE RAW opens up with a look back at last week with CM Punk and Mick Foley in the ring. We see John Cena attacking Punk with the steel pipe at the end of the show and then Ryback confronting Punk after he beat Foley down backstage.

    - We're live from the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The pyro goes off as Michael Cole welcomes us to RAW. He's joined by hometown hero Jim Ross.

    - We go to the ring and out comes WWE Champion CM Punk to a mixed reaction. Paul Heyman comes out behind him holding the WWE Title belt.

    Cole mentions that it's, Jim Ross Appreciation Night tonight and Ross feels honored. Heyman raises the title belt as Punk begins to speak. Punk brings up Cena attacking him with the pipe last week. Punk rips the local fans and says Cena showed the actions of a coward. Punk says then he went backstage looking for a doctor but Mick Foley shot him a disrespectful look and said something under his breath. Punk calls Foley a coward. Punk said he did what any man would have done - he put Foley down and kicked him like the dog he is. Punk goes on and says Mrs. Foley should have taught Mick some manners. Punk says some of Foley's words got to him over the past week and he spent time thinking about his stance. Punk is out here to announce that at Hell In a Cell, he will not be facing John Cena.

    Punk and Heyman have some private words. Heyman says he and Punk would now like to move on to another piece of business. Heyman shows footage from last week of his wedding proposal to RAW General Manager AJ Lee. Heyman points out that AJ never said no. Heyman says what AJ did do is violate an edict from the WWE Board of Directors. Heyman pulls out the statement from the Board about AJ's actions. AJ was not to put her hands on any Superstar, manager or anyone else, ever again. Heyman says he and Punk believe that AJ must be removed as GM immediately. Heyman proposes that he take her place. Vickie Guerrero comes out and the crowd erupts. She has Dolph Ziggler with her.

    Vickie talks about how they have been victims of AJ's power abuse lately. She shows footage from two months ago where she begged that the Board take AJ's job from her, leading to AJ coming out and attacking her. Heyman says this is about Punk, not Vickie. Vickie introduces herself and Dolph. Heyman takes a shot at Ziggler and puts Punk over. Ziggler says they can all agree that AJ is the sole reason for all their problems. Ziggler has the idea of Heyman and Guerrero being co-GM's of RAW. The crowd boos. AJ's music hits and out she comes. AJ says the Board has placed her on probation. She knew she wasn't supposed to touch anyone but she thought they would make an exception for a poor excuse of a man like Heyman. AJ says she has been appointed a coach to help her. Out comes one-half of the WWE Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan.

    Bryan comes out and says it's obvious AJ's mental issues have got worse since he dumped her. Bryan twists his mustache and says he's one hell of a catch. Bryan puts himself over which leads to him yelling that he's the tag team champions. The stage explodes and out comes his partner Kane. Kane says everyone has forgot one thing about AJ - she's a phenomenal kisser. Kane says everything else Bryan said is true except one thing... he is the tag team champions. They start arguing about who is the tag team champions. Punk raises his WWE Title belt and yells while Ziggler holds up his briefcase. AJ starts screaming that they stop and they all do. AJ says this is her show and the crowd pops. AJ announces Punk and Ziggler vs. Team Hell No for tonight. She skips away while everyone else argues.

    - Still to come tonight, a World Championship Debate with Booker T, Sheamus and Big Show.

    - We see Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio backstage walking. They will face Epico and Primo in a tag team title tournament match up next. Back to commercial.

    WWE Tag Team Title Tournament Match: Epico and Primo vs. Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara

    Back from the break and Epico starts off with Cara. They trade pin attempts. Cara with a kick. Cara with a back elbow off the ropes and a 2 count. Epico takes control and tags in Primo. Primo beats Cara down as Rosa Mendes cheers on from ringside. Cara fights back and sends Primo flying. Cara with more kicks and a hip toss.

    Rey comes in and takes out Primo. Cara tags in and they double team Epico, sending them both out to the floor. Darren Young and Titus O'Neil's music hits. They come out in suits and take a seat in chairs on the stage. We go to commercial.

    Back from the break and Rey tags in Cara. Cara unloads on Epico and takes back control. Cara with a big dropkick and another takedown. Epico with a back elbow and a dropkick in mid-air. Epico with a 2 count. Epico mounts Cara with right hands. Primo tags in and they double team Cara. Primo beats Cara down and drops knees. Cara with a big counter and a 2 count. Epico tags in and turns it back around. Cara with a counter into a DDT. Rey and Primo tag in at the same time. Rey with a head scissors and a kick to the face. Rey slides under and drops Primo on his face. Rey with a kick to the head and a 2 count. Rey with a senton from the top and another big move for 2. Cara dropkicks and takes out Epico. Cara with a kick to the face on Primo. Rey kicks Epico to the ropes and hits a double 619 on both men. Rey shoves Cara off the top onto Epico on the floor. Rey splashes Primo from the top for the win.

    Winners: Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio

    - After the match, Darren Young and Titus O'Neil applaud Mysterio and Cara from the stage as we go to replays. Rey and Cara celebrate in the same corner.

    - Still to come, the World Championship Debate. Fans can tweet their questions for the debate as tonight's RAWactive participation. Back to commercial.

    Brodus Clay vs. Antonio Cesaro

    Brodus Clay is in the ring dancing with Cameron and Naomi as we come back from commercial. Out next comes WWE United States Champion Antonio Cesaro for a non-title match. We see side video from earlier of Cesaro saying appreciation in 5 different languages. They lock up and Cesaro takes Clay to the corner but he turns it around with body shots. Clay throws Cesaro and drops a big elbow.

    Brodus continues with the offense and hits a headbutt. Cesaro catches Clay with a springboard uppercut from the ropes out of nowhere. Cesaro hits the Neutralizer on Clay for the win.

    Winner: Antonio Cesaro

    - Kaitlyn is backstage when AJ Lee walks up with her coach, Christopher J. Stephenson. So Daniel Bryan isn't her coach, this guy is. AJ apologizes for what she's done to their friendship and hopes AJ can forgive her. Kaitlyn thinks about it and AJ busts out laughing in her face. AJ says she's not really sorry at all and skips away. Her coach just stares at Kaitlyn.

    - Still to come tonight, some appreciation for Jim Ross. Plus Team Hell No vs. Punk and Ziggler in the main event. Back to commercial.

    The Miz vs. Zack Ryder

    Back from the break and Zack Ryder is in the ring. Out next comes WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz. Cole plugs tonight's Social Media Ambassador Larry King. They lock up and Ryder goes down first. Ryder catches Miz and drops him on his face. Ryder with a dropkick but Miz comes back and puts him down. Miz with a kick to the face and a pin attempt. Miz with knees to the back and a headlock.

    Ryder makes a comeback and hits knees to the face. Ryder with a dropkick from the corner and then he takes Miz down in the corner. Ryder hits the Broski Boot and covers for a 2 count. Miz blocks the Ruff Ryder and powerbombs him into the turnbuckle. Miz catches him in the Skull Crushing Finale for the win.

    Winner: The Miz

    - Booker T is backstage walking as we go to commercial.

    - Back from the break and out comes SmackDown General Manager Booker T for a World Championship Debate. The ring is set up with podiums. Booker introduces Big Show first and out he comes in a suit. World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus is out next.

    Booker thanks them for joining him tonight. Booker lets Big Show do his opening statement first. The crowd boos. Show thanks Booker for the opportunity. He changes his mind and says this debate is completely ridiculous. Show says he's going to walk in at Hell In a Cell, knock Sheamus out and leave with the World Heavyweight Title. End of story, he says. Sheamus introduces himself and the crowd pops. Sheamus has a tweet from a fan and they ask what is the most challenging aspect of each opponent. Sheamus says he's most looking forward to the fight in this match. He talks about he's never faced a bigger and stronger opponent than Big Show. Sheamus says he has bad breath and body odor but his biggest concern is the match lasts over 45 seconds. Show gets upset now and says he smells fantastic. The next question is about who has the most devastating finisher. Show's podium just falls apart so he plays it off and knocks it down. Show asks if he can get another podium. This whole thing is starting to fall apart. Sheamus shows a Tout video of him wearing a Rey Mysterio mask. He says it's his cousin. Booker tells Sheamus this is a serious debate. Show says his patience only goes so far. Sheamus keeps rubbing in that Show had the World Title for 45 seconds. Finally they come face to face and drop the mics. They stare each other down ready to fight but Show leaves the ring as the crowd boos.

    - We see Ryback walking backstage as we go to commercial.

    Tensai vs. Ryback

    Back from the break and Tensai is in the ring. Out comes Ryback for a rematch from Friday's SmackDown. Ryback gets a decent reaction from the crowd.

    JR and Cole talk about how Jerry Lawler is doing better. The bell rings and here we go. They lock up and Ryback goes to a headlock. Ryback ducks a clothesline but Tensai drops him with a shoulder. Ryback pops up and they trade shots. Tensai comes out of the corner with a forearm shot. Tensai runs the ropes and Ryback catches him with a big powerslam. Tensai blocks with a headbutt but Ryback runs him over with a clothesline. Ryback can't hit his finisher the first time so he hits another big clothesline for the win.

    Winner: Ryback

    - Cody Rhodes is backstage with his partner Damien Sandow. Sandow says the World Heavyweight Champion wasn't even wearing pants. Sandow and Rhodes insult Sheamus some more, calling him a neanderthal.

    - Still to come, JR appreciation. Back to commercial.

    - Back from the break and Justin Roberts is in the ring talking about WWE's partnership with Susan G. Komen. We see breast cancer survivors and their families in the crowd. Visit to help support the cause.

    Eve Torres vs. Beth Phoenix

    We go to the ring and out comes WWE Divas Champion Eve Torres. We see a side video from earlier of Eve talking about how it's an exciting time for the Divas division. Out comes her opponent Beth Phoenix.

    Eve extends her hand to start the match. Beth shakes but pulls her in and takes her to the mat. Beth rams Eve into the corner and kicks away. Beth charges but Eve moves and she hits her shoulder on the ring post. Eve attacks on the floor and stomps on her. Eve shoves Beth into the apron and slams her head on the floor. Eve tosses Beth into the fan barrier and comes back in the ring as the referee counts. Beth makes it back in at 9.

    Beth hits an inverted atomic drop and a sledge shot for 2. Eve plays victim and hits a cheap shot. Eve drops Beth with a neckbreaker for the win.

    Winner: Eve Torres

    - AJ is backstage walking with her executive coach. She runs into Wade Barrett and he's upset about not having a match. Barrett tells her she's doing a horrible job and runs her down. Barrett tells her to stop letting personal relationships get in the way of her doing her job. Barrett walks off. AJ thinks her executive coach is intimidated.

    - Still to come, Punk and Ziggler vs. Team Hell No. Back to commercial.

    Santino Marella vs. Heath Slater

    Back from the break and both are in the ring. Jinder Mahal and Drew McIntyre are at ringside for Slater. Slater and Santino do comedy to start the match. Slater takes Santino down and stomps away. Slater with a 2 count. Slater takes Santino down with a headlock now.

    Santino finally makes an attempt and hits Slater with his usual moves. Santino hits Slater with the Cobra but Mahal and McIntyre attack for the DQ.

    Winner by DQ: Santino Marella

    - After the bell, the attack continues on Santino. Drew drops Santino with his Futureshock DDT. Slater takes the mic as the crowd boos. They smack Santino around. Drew says he is still the Chosen One. Mahal says something and Slater says he's the one man band. They celebrate and dance around as Slater's music plays.

    - Still to come, some appreciation for Ross. Sheamus vs. Damien Sandow is also announced. Back to commercial.

    Sheamus vs. Damien Sandow

    Back from the break and World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus is in the ring for a non-title match. Out next comes his opponent Damien Sandow. Sandow's partner Cody Rhodes comes out with him.

    Cody joins commentary and here we go. They lock up and go to the corner. Sandow goes for a cheap shot but Sheamus blocks it. Sandow hides behind the referee and goes around Sheamus. Sandow works on the arm now. Sheamus counters and takes Sandow to the mat. More back and forth. Sheamus grabs Sandow's beard but Sandow escapes and goes to the floor. We go to commercial.

    Back from the break and Sandow runs over the barrier and Sheamus chases. Cody distracts Sheamus and Sandow drops him with a clothesline. Sandow brings it in the ring for a 2 count. Sandow keeps Sheamus on the mat now. They get up and Sandow takes Sheamus down with a big knee to the gut. Sandow goes on and gets a 2 count. Sandow with shoulder thrusts in the corner now. More back and forth action. Sandow with a bunch of knees and a side Russian leg sweep. Sandow drops the big elbow and covers for another 2 count.

    Sandow wails away with right hands on the apron and covers for another 2 count. Sandow with another headlock. Sheamus fights out with forearm shots and a big boot in the corner. Sheamus goes to the top but Sandow knocks him to the mat. More back and forth action trading shots. Sandow with another pin attempt. More back and forth and Sheamus gets sent back to the floor. Sandow brings it back in the ring for another 1 count. And another. Sandow with more offense and another headlock. Sheamus fights out with a back suplex. Sheamus gets up and makes his comeback. Sheamus with a shoulder in the corner and big knee lift. Sheamus with the Celtic Cross but Sheamus drops him over the top rope. Sheamus catches him but Sandow slides out and hits a neckbreaker for 2. Sandow chokes Sheamus with a boot in the corner. Sheamus fights back and goes to the corner, coming down with a battering ram. Sandow kicks out at 2. Sheamus lifts Sandow but he slides out and ducks a Brogue Kick. Sandow crawls away but Sheamus grabs his leg and they break. Sheamus with the forearms to the chest on the apron in front of Cody. Sandow falls out to the floor and Sheamus comes out after him.

    Sheamus rolls Sandow in the ring. Cody gets involved but Sheamus brings him in too. Sheamus hits a double Brogue Kick and covers Sandow for the win.

    Winner: Sheamus

    - Back from the break and Michael Cole is in the ring. He introduces WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross for some appreciation. Ross comes out from the back to a big pop from the hometown crowd.

    Cole congratulates JR on this night. Cole asks him how it feels. Before Ross can speak, WWE Champion CM Punk comes out with Paul Heyman right behind him.

    Punk takes the mic from Cole and tells him to get out of the ring. The crowd boos Punk. Punk wants the fans to chant for JR and they do. Punk says JR is the best announcer we have and he respects and appreciates the hell out of him. Punk says the fans don't know the first thing about respect. Punk talks about how he comes out each week and people twist what he says. Punk puts his arm around JR and says he's going to help Punk teach everyone about respect. Punk wants JR to tell everyone that he's the best in the world.

    JR says he's glad Punk didn't come out to embarrass him. JR says Punk has done a good job lately of making an ass out of himself. This upsets Punk and Heyman. Punk says he's disappointed in JR. Punk goes on and gets in JR's face. Punk wonders if Steve Austin will come to JR's help. Punk says nobody will - not Austin or Jerry Lawler. Punk says 3:16 used to mean something else but now it means the number of days he has held the WWE Title. Punk says JR belongs to him right now. Punk wants JR to tell the fans he's the best. JR refuses. JR says he has called matches with the best in the world - guys like Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, Triple H, The Undertaker. Ross says Austin and all those men have one thing in common - they didn't ask to be called the best in the world. JR says he would have anyway because they earned that distinction. JR says here's the bottom line, no disrespect, just being honest... Ross suggests Punk accept Cena's challenge for Hell In a Cell and kick his ass. If he does that, Ross will be the first one to call him the best in the world. Until then, JR says they have nothing to talk about. The crowd pops.

    Punk takes JR's cowboy hat off and stomps on it. Punk says he has stomped Cena time and time again. Punk brings up the Oklahoma City Thunder not winning the NBA Title and the crowd boos. Punk says they have a squared circle right now and in that, men fight, Punk says he's never ran from a fight but if JR is smart, he will run right now. Punk says this just turned ugly for JR. If he doesn't put his hands up and defend himself. Punk will knock him into next week and hurt him, Punk will make sure he never commentates another match. Punk tells JR to fight or run. JR drops the mic and goes to walk away. Punk stops him and asks where he's going. Punk grabs JR by his coat and continues running him down. Punk says JR is off commentary tonight. Punk tells JR to keep his mouth shut and make a walk of shame up the ramp. JR walks off. Punk says JR isn't a Hall of Famer, he's a joke. Punk continues running Ross down as he walks off. Ryback's music hits and out he comes to a big pop.

    Ryback leads JR back to the ring and they enter. Ryback stares Punk down and circles. Punk stares back and the crowd chants "feed me more." Punk finally backs down and exits the ring as the crowd pops. Punk raises the WWE Title belt and declares he's the best in the world.

    - Still to come, Team Hell No vs. Punk and Ziggler in the main event. Back to commercial.

    Alberto Del Rio vs. Kofi Kingston

    Back from the break and in comes Alberto Del Rio as Ricardo Rodriguez does the introduction. JR is back on commentary. Out next comes his opponent Kofi Kingston with R-Truth in his corner.

    Ricardo joins commentary as the match begins. Kofi ends up sending Del Rio to the floor early on with a clothesline. Kofi leaps from the top and takes out Del Rio with a crossbody on the floor. We go to commercial.

    Back from the break and Del Rio is in control of Kofi. Kofi fights out and makes a comeback with his usual moves. Kofi hits the Boom Drop. Kofi goes for Trouble in Paradise but misses. Kofi springboards in with a splash but misses. Del Rio with kicks in the corner. Del Rio with the cross armbreaker for the win.

    Winner: Alberto Del Rio

    - AJ is backstage with her executive coach. He's giving her advice. She says maybe we should have a special referee in the main event and maybe that person should be him. AJ says a coach isn't worth a damn unless he's a player. AJ tells the guy to get out of her arena and out of her sight.

    Kane and Daniel Bryan vs. CM Punk and Dolph Ziggler

    We go to the ring and out comes one-half of the WWE Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan. His partner Kane is out next. We go to commercial.

    Back from the break and CM Punk is already out with his partner Dolph Ziggler. Vickie Guerrero and Paul Heyman argue at ringside. Out comes AJ Lee as the surprise special referee. Kane and Bryan argue but it's going to be Kane starting off with Ziggler. Kane takes Ziggler to the corner and works him over. Kane with a slam and a big elbow for 2. Kane teases a tag to Bryan but doesn't make it. Ziggler comes back but Kane shakes him off. Kane lifts Ziggler high in the air and drops him on his front side. Kane clotheslines Ziggler to the floor as we go to commercial.

    Back from the break and Ziggler has Kane in a sleeper hold. Ziggler falls off but dropkicks Kane for a 2 count. Ziggler turns around to a big right hand. Kane takes Ziggler to the corner and works him over now. Bryan tags in and they double team Ziggler in the corner. 2 count for Bryan. Kane comes back in with a big dropkick and another pin attempt. Ziggler fights back and drops Kane with the big DDT. Ziggler tags in Punk. Punk hits the high knee on Kane in the corner. Punk hits another but Kane blocks the bulldog and hits a big sideslam. 2 count by Kane.

    Kane comes off the top rope and calls for a chokeslam. Bryan tags himself in and Kane argues. Bryan comes off the top but Punk kicks him. Punk works Bryan over with stomps and takes him to the corner now. Back and forth until Bryan clotheslines Punk. Bryan with kicks while Punk is on his knees now. Ziggler gets knocked to the floor as Punk drops Bryan with a kick to the head. 2 count for Punk. Ziggler comes back in and they double team Bryan. Ziggler with a big dropkick. Ziggler goes to the floor and throws Bryan into the fan barrier. Ziggler does it again and rolls Bryan back in for a 2 count. Punk comes back in with an elbow. He climbs to the top but Bryan cuts him off. Bryan climbs up for a superplex and hits it. Bryan goes for the No Lock and applies it. Heyman pushes the bottom rope, allowing Punk to get his foot on it and break the hold. AJ has words with Heyman and ejects him from ringside.

    Vickie gets involved and AJ sends her to the back also. Ziggler goes off after Vickie, leaving Punk looking for a tag. Ziggler walks off after Vickie and Punk turns around to a dropkick from Bryan. Kane comes in and chokeslams Punk for the win.

    Winners: Kane and Daniel Bryan

    - After the match, Kane and Bryan argue about who the tag team champion is as RAW goes off the air.

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     InDemand has released the official promotional poster for WWE's Survivor Series pay-per-view and it features Intercontinental Champion The Miz. A generic poster was released last week with The Miz and it was expected that another Superstar would be featured once they released the official poster. The new poster shows that KMart will be sponsoring the pay-per-view.

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