- In an update on the earlier post about speculation regarding Hunico's WWE status and if he has been suspended or not, there are rumblings that he is out of action with an injury. This is unconfirmed but word going around is that Hunico had surgery for a torn ACL recently. He may be out of the ring until early 2013.
Speculation on WWE Superstar Suspension - A fan sent the following in:
"On the October 24th
edition of WWE NXT, William Regal made an interesting comment regarding the
absence of Hunico during a bout between Brodus Clay and Camacho. The following
is what was said by Regal, and you can hear it in the video clip below (the
quote comes in during Camacho's entrance)"
"Camacho is usually out
here with his partner Hunico, but Hunico’s not here and I’m not allowed to say
why. He’s in a little trouble, and he got into a little extra curricular
activities and causing a bit of grief to people, and he’s not gonna be with us
for awhile let’s put it that way."
WWE Smackdown Results 11/2/12 By LOP Nov 3, 2012 - 12:41:15 AM
Report by Richard Trionfo & PWinsider.com
With all of the controversy over Hell in a Cell and who was responsible for Brad Maddox’s actions, the affair that probably does not exist between John Cena and AJ Lee along with Vickie Guerrero’s attempt to find a conspiracy theory, and don’t forget that we have a new World Champion.
We begin with Miz in the ring for MizTV. Miz says that there are some shocking incidents going on in the WWE. Did AJ and John Cena have an affair? Vickie Guerrero thinks so. At Hell in a Cell, Brad Maddox goes Rogue to help CM Punk retain the WWE Title against Ryback. Miz talks about his first guest and the dispute over which is more powerful, the Brogue Kick or the KO Punch. You might have missed Sheamus getting knocked out and losing the World Championship.
Miz brings out the FORMER World Champion Sheamus. Sheamus comes out and he is still in a good mood.
Miz brings up that it has been seven months since he has not had the World Title. Miz says that the World Title match was incredible, but he wonders how embarrassed Sheamus feels about being a loser after being knocked out by Big Show.
Sheamus tells Miz that he could ask Miz the same question. Sheamus asks Miz how his rematch against Kofi Kingston went. He doesn’t see Miz with a title.
Miz throws out a few reallys. Miz points out that he has beaten Kofi and he will regain his Intercontinental Title. Sheamus has never beaten the Big Show and he never will.
Sheamus agrees with Miz that he hasn’t beaten Big Show. He would be lying if he did not say that getting knocked out did not humble him. He gave his best but his best wasn’t good enough. Sheamus will not walk around with his tail between his legs.
Miz interrupts the Cliched Former Champion.
Miz reminds Sheamus of what happened at Wrestlemania to lead to Sheamus losing the title. John Laurinaitis got put in power and that allowed Big Show to get his contract that brought him back to the WWE and that is how Sheamus lost the title.
Sheamus thinks about it and he wonders if he should be kicking Miz in the face.
Miz tells Sheamus that he is a guest on his show. Sheamus should not be trying to take his shame out on Miz because he could not get the job done. Sheamus says that he can beat the Big Show but he sees the doubt in Sheamus’ eyes.
Miz says that he will regain the Intercontinental Title when he faces Kofi Kingston again. He is the Miz . . .
and he is interrupted by Kofi Kingston’s music.
Kofi says that Miz is a bit disoriented. It has been a while since Miz was on the Real World, but he has lost touch with reality. How many times does he have to kick Miz in the head to knock some sense into him. Kofi wants Miz to come to grips that Kofi beat him. Then he beat Miz. Then he beat Miz on Sunday. In three weeks . . .
Miz says that he will lead his team to victory at the Survivor Series, just like he did at Wrestlemania and he will personally eliminate Kofi. He is the Miz and he is . . .
Interrupted one more time. This time it is the World Champion, the Big Show.
Show says that he does not want to hear Miz taking credit for Show’s victory. He says that he has to side with Kofi and he thinks that there is something wrong with Miz. Why is Miz interviewing the ‘former’ World Champion instead of the ‘new’ World Champion? Why is Miz asking Sheamus about being KOed instead of asking Show about what it is like to KO Sheamus.
Miz asks Show how it felt to knock out Sheamus. Show says that to describe the perfect euphoria of closing his hand into a fist.
Sheamus reminds Show that he hit Big Show with White Noise on Raw and what kind of euphoria did Show feel at that time.
Sheamus suggests that they do this right now.
Show tells Sheamus that he is being delusional again. Sheamus will get all of the Big Show that he could ever want at Survivor Series. Show says that everyone knows that he will go to the ring and KO Sheamus again. There is nothing to prove tonight so he tells Sheamus ‘No’.
Miz tries to attack Kofi in the ring but Kofi sees him coming and Kofi with a back body drop to the floor.
Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio walk in the back and then we see Darren Young and Titus O’Neil walk in a different hallway as we go to commercial.
We are back and Big Show is walking in the back and Booker T stops by to congratulate Show on his victory. Booker says that they left everything in the ring at Hell in a Cell. Booker says that in his role as General Manager of Smackdown, he has to give the fans what they want. He is going to give them Show and Miz against Kofi Kingston and Sheamus.
Match Number One: Sin Cara (with Rey Mysterio ) versus Darren Young (with Titus O’Neil )
Young slaps Cara in the back of the head and he kicks him. Cara slides through the legs and he this a head scissors take down. Cara kicks the hand and then he uses the ropes for an arm drag. Young with a clothesline and then he drops an elbow and hits a leg drop.
Young with a neck breaker for a near fall. Young with a reverse chin lock but Cara gets to his feet. Cara counters a suplex and gets a near fall with an inside cradle. Young with an elbow and kicks to Cara. Young puts Cara in the corner and he punches Cara and then he snap mares Cara into a reverse chin lock.
Cara with elbows but Young with a knee and he tries for a belly-to-back suplex but Cara lands on his feet. Cara with an elbow and kick to Young followed by a missile drop kick and forearms. Cara with kicks to the leg and then he hits the handspring back elbow for a near fall. Young with a kick and Cara counters an atomic drop with a rollup for a near fall.
Cara with a kick to Young. Young hits the Orange Crush gutbuster for the three count.
Winner: Darren Young
After the match, Darren and Titus do the Millions of Dollars Dance and then Titus gets a whistle and blows it. Titus tells everyone that when the country bumpkins thought that Halloween was over, D Young busted open the piñata in the ring. This was a case of a little dog getting in the ring with a big dog. Titus says that as a good Samaritan, he will let another little dog get in the ring with a big dog (and this big dog barks).
Titus challenges Rey Mysterio and Rey is ready for a fight. Rey throws a t-shirt at Titus and Titus gets on the apron.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Two: Titus O’Neil (with Darren Young) versus Rey Mysterio (with Sin Cara)
Rey with a kick to the leg as he stays away from Titus. Titus sends Rey into the corner but Rey with a kick and drop kick to the knees. Titus with a clothesline to Rey and he barks. Titus with a kick to the midsection. Titus with kicks to Rey and then Darren gets in a cheap shot while the referee deals with Titus. Titus puts Rey in the corner and he connects with forearms.
Rey with kicks to Titus but Titus kicks back and he picks up Rey for a slam and he gets a near fall. Titus waits for Rey to get back to his feet and he picks up Rey for a power slam but Rey escapes and he kicks Titus. Titus with a shoulder tackle and kick to Rey. Titus charges at Rey but he misses a boot into the midsection and Rey kicks Titus and then he drop kicks Titus into the ropes and Titus gets trapped in the force field on the middle rope. Young trips Rey but Sin Cara takes care of Young on the floor. Rey tries for the 619 but Titus grabs Rey’s legs and he picks up Rey and runs him into the turnbuckles. Titus sets for the charge into the corner but Titus’ shoulder makes contact with the turnbuckle and Rey gets the three count with a rollup.
Winner: Rey Mysterio
After the match, Rey and Sin Cara do the Milliones de Pesos dance.
We go to commercial.
We are back and it is time to take a look back at the ‘most controversial moment’ in WWE history at Hell in a Cell. Let’s go to the end of the match.
Josh Mathews mentions that Brad Maddox has been suspended indefinitely. After the Board of Inquiry, Brad Maddox will be live on Raw to explain what happened.
John Layfield says that a lot of people do not think that Brad Maddox acted alone and he is one of them.
We then go to footage from Raw when we found out the members of Team Punk and Team Foley at Survivor Series.
Booker T and Teddy Long are in Booker’s office and Teddy says that everything is out of control on Raw under Vickie Guerrero. If it gets any worse, there will be a full blown mutiny.
Natalya enters the office and she says that since Eve is on the European tour, she would like a shot to step in her role.
David Otunga storms in and he wonders when Natalya learned about leadership. Teddy asks David if they taught him how to knock at Harvard. David says that if Booker needs anything, he is here for him and he is his man. Booker needs a competitor to face a returning Superstar tonight.
Otunga asks who the returning Superstar is and Booker tells him that it is the Great Khali and Otunga spits his coffee on Natalya’s clothes.
Booker tells Otunga to get his gear on because that match is tonight.
Otunga apologizes to Natalya and he tells her that her new look is an improvement. Otunga slurps from the monolith of coffee and Natalya slaps Otunga in the face and he spits coffee all over Teddy.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Alberto Del Rio and Ricardo Rodriguez make their way to the announce table to watch the next match.
Match Number Three: Randy Orton versus Wade Barrett
Del Rio comes into the ring and Orton kicks Albeto. Ricardo sends Orton into the ring post while Barrett watches. Del Rio with kicks to Orton and the referee have to take Del Rio to the back. Del Rio sends Orton into the post one more time.
We go to commercial so order can be restored and the match can officially start.
The match is joined in progress and Orton with elbows and then he clotheslines Barrett over the top rope to the floor. Orton rolls to the floor and he hits a belly-to-back suplex onto the ringside barrier. Orton with a forearm across the chest before they return to the ring.
Barrett with a big boot to Orton’s chest and Barrett with punches to Orton’s head. Barrett with a knee drop and he gets a near fall. Barrett chokes Orton in the ropes and then he puts Orton in the ropes and chokes him. Barrett with knees to the midsection and then he hits the big boot to the chest and Orton is sent to the floor.
Barrett goes to the floor and he tries to send Orton into the ring steps but Orton blocks it. Barrett blocks Orton’s attempt to send Barrett into the steps. Barrett sends Orton into the steps and they return to the ring where Barrett gets a near fall. Barrett with a reverse chin lock and Orton gets back to his feet.
Orton tries to get to the ropes but then he goes for a belly-to-back suplex to escape the hold and both men are down. Barrett with a back heel kick to Orton and Barrett with a kick to the top of the head. Barrett picks up Orton and he punches Orton in the ribs. Barrett with a short arm clothesline for a near fall.
Barrett with more kicks to Orton. Orton blocks a punch and returns fire with punches of his own. They go back and forth but Orton with a kick and he gets the advantage. Barrett with a knee to the midsection and Barrett with an elbow drop with the point of the elbow hitting the ribs that Barrett worked on for a near fall. Barrett goes to the middle turnbuckle and hits an elbow drop but Orton kicks out.
Barrett with a rear chin lock Orton gets back to his feet and he punches Barrett. Barrett with a slam and Wade goes to the turnbuckles again but Orton recovers and punches Barrett. Orton with a head butt and punches. The referee pulls Orton away but he is able to get Barrett set up for the superplex and Orton hits it but both men are down.
Orton waits to pounce on Barrett. Orton with two clotheslines and then he ducks one from Barrett. Orton with a power slam. Orton gets Barrett in the ropes and Orton hits the IEDDT. Orton looks around and he sees Del Rio on the stage before Orton can twist into RKO position. Ricardo gets on the apron and Orton punches him. Barrett with a rollup for the three count.
Winner: Wade Barrett
After the match, Del Rio and Rodriguez go to the back. Orton looks at Barrett but he decides to go to the back and it looks like the evening is not over for Orton, Del Rio, and Rodriguez.
We go to commercial.
We are back with a video package about the money raised for breast cancer in October.
We go to the back where Matt Striker stops Ricardo Rodriguez and Alberto Del Rio. Matt wonders why Alberto persists in taunting Randy Orton. Alberto says that Randy is not the Viper or Apex Predator. Alberto says that Orton is a crying girl.
Unfortunately, Randy Orton was in the hallway and he sees Alberto. Alberto and Orton fight in the catering area. Alberto tries to grab a large container with coffee and he burns his hands. Orton gets something to grab the container and he tries to throw it at Del Rio but Alberto moves. Ricardo was not so fortunate and he was caught in the crossfire and he is in immense pain due to burns.
Alberto and Randy continue to fight while everyone else watches the fight. The Three Man Band enjoys some food while watching. Orton pours something else onto Ricardo and he screams and runs away.
Orton grabs a chair but Del Rio kicks Orton in the arm. Orton back body drops Del Rio through a table. Orton punches Del Rio and then he thinks about leaving but then we see other wrestlers watching the action. Orton and Del Rio fight by the dessert table but they block attempts to go into the cake. Orton throws Del Rio into another table.
Del Rio finally runs away.
Matt Striker asks Orton about what just happened and Orton sends Striker’s face into the cake.
We go to commercial.
We are back and we are reminded that Jerry Lawler will return to Raw in Columbus, Ohio.
Match Number Four: Great Khali versus David Otunga
Otunga poses for Khali and he turns his back to Khali but Khali pushes Otunga into the corner. Otunga with kicks to Khali. Otunga with a drop kick to the knees and David poses. Khali with a chop to the chest and then he sends Otunga into the corner. Khali with elbows in the corner. Khali with a chop across the chest and we see Natalya watching in the back.
Khali with an Irish whip but he misses a boot in the corner. Otunga with kicks but Khali grabs Otunga. Otunga escapes and Khali with a chop to the top of the head for the three count.
Winner: Great Khali
We go to commercial.
We are back and Natalya tells Great Khali that she wanted to tell him how impressed she was by his performance. She shakes Khali’s hands and she comments on his big hands.
Match Number Five: R Truth versus Justin Gabriel
Truth wants to know what’s up and Gabriel howls. They lock up and Truth with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Truth wants to know what’s up again and Truth dances and then he punches Gabriel. Gabriel floats over in the corner and he returns fire with some dance moves. Truth with a twisting flying forearm for a near fall.
Gabriel sends Truth to the apron and Truth with a punch. Truth goes up top but Gabriel moves. Gabriel with a drop kick and he gives Truth a snap mare followed by a kick to the back for a near fall. Gabriel with a modified abdominal stretch and he gets a near fall with a rollup. Gabriel with a clothesline for a near fall.
Gabriel with a reverse chin lock on Truth but Truth gets to his feet. Gabriel with a forearm and kicks to Truth ending with a jumping back spin kick. Gabriel with a spinning heel kick for a near fall. Gabriel with a kick to the back. Gabriel with an Irish whip and splash into the corner. Gabriel misses a springboard move and Truth hits Little Jimmy for the three count.
Winner: R Truth
After the match, Truth offers his hand to Gabriel and Justin shakes it.
It is time for a Raw Rebound.
Big Show and Miz are in the dressing room and Miz talks about their time as tag team champions. Miz tells Show to follow his lead like they used to. Show says that they were a team before and they were teammates. Tonight, he is Miz’ superior. If Miz does not do what he says, he will knock Miz out. Show tells Miz to give him his championship.
We go to commercial.
We are back with an Earlier Tonight Moment when Alberto Del Rio and Randy Orton battled through catering.
We are told that next week during the ‘Live’ Smackdown, we will have a Falls Count Anywhere Match between Randy Orton and Alberto Del Rio.
Match Number Six: Miz and Big Show versus Kofi Kingston and Sheamus
Miz and Kofi start things off and Show tags himself in. Sheamus tags in and then Show goes to the apron and tags Miz in. Miz says that he has it. Miz with a kick and punches to Sheamus. Sheamus punches back and he sends Miz into the turnbuckles and then punches him again. Sheamus blocks a hip toss and hits a short arm clothesline.
Sheamus tags in Kofi and Kofi with a double sledge to the arm followed by kicks. Miz with a shoulder tackle but Kofi with a leaping back elbow and then he clotheslines Miz over the top rope to the floor. Kofi with a suicide dive onto Miz and we have a stand off as we go to commercial.
We are back and Show tags in and he slams Kofi. Show has something to say to Sheamus on the apron. Show chops Kofi across the chest and then he takes Kofi down with a waist lock and front face lock as he tells Sheamus that he will show him some wrestling. Show with a side head lock take down.
Kofi with punches but Show with a side slam to Kofi. Show tags Miz in and Miz works on the back. Miz with a running boot to the head and he gets a near fall. Miz rakes the face and applies a rear chin lock. Kofi tries to get to his feet and he punches Miz. Miz hits Reality Check and gets a near fall. Miz with a rear chin lock.
Kofi with elbows but Miz keeps Kofi from making the tag. Kofi with a rollup and then he tries to get to his corner to make the tag. Kofi kicks Miz away and tags in Sheamus. Sheamus with two running double sledges followed by a shoulder in the corner, a running knee lift and a power slam. Sheamus gets Miz on the apron and he connects with the ten forearms across the chest.
Sheamus with the fireman’s carry slam and Kofi is tagged in and he hits a springboard cross body but Show breaks up the cover. Sheamus sends Show to the floor. The referee tries to get Sheamus to the apron and he does not see Show punch Kofi when he was getting ready to punch Miz in the corner. Sheamus goes after Show but does not realize that his tag team partner is knocked out and getting pinned.
Winners: Big Show and Miz
After the match, Big Show leaves the ring and Sheamus decides that if he cannot give Big Show the Brogue Kick, he can give one to Miz. Sheamus pounds his chest and lets out a FELLA as we go to credits.
Possibly Injured At Friday’s TNA Live Event In Hidalgo, Texas
According to Wrestling News World, Hernandez took a nasty bump at
Friday night’s TNA live event in Hidalgo, Texas. The spot was during a TNA Tag
Team Championship match in which Hernandez was jumping out of the ring onto Luke
Gallows. Hernandez missed Gallows and took the bump directly to the concrete
floor. Medical staff came out to assist Hernandez to the back. As of this
writing we have no further update on his condition.
This week’s live TNA Impact opened with a text message on the screen recognizing Brad Armstrong, who died today. The “In Memory” message was followed by a video package documenting recent TNA events.
After new announcer Todd Keneley and Jeremy Borash introduced the show, Borash sent the show to the ring, where Joseph Park was already standing by. Park did a bit asking someone off-camera (the floor manager) if he could start talking, then said he knows he’s not supposed to be out here to wrestle, but he’s a man, and a man has to fight. Park called out any member of Aces & Eights.
The A&E music played to bring out several members, prompting Park to note he only asked for one member. The four members then entered each side of the ring and circled around Park before Kurt Angle’s music played to give him away making the save. Sting was out next to help Angle clear A&E from the ring.
Park handed the mic over to Sting, who said tonight is Open Fight Night and he has a great idea to make it a little interesting. Sting said by the end of the night, someone from A&E is going to have his mask ripped off tonight. Sting’s music played and the A&E members shook their fingers no that it won’t be happening tonight.
Announcers: JB and Todd Keneley were shown on-camera to re-note that it’s Open Fight Night tonight. They plugged ODB vs. Jesse and Bully Ray vs. Devon in the ring, plus Christian York in Gut Check. They cut backstage to show York warming up in preparation for a chance to earn a roster spot.
Backstage: Magnus was shown walking down the hallway. A random person behind the camera asked Magnus what he’s up to. Magnus said he’s not giving away his secrets and will have to find out like everyone else.
Locker Room: Jesse was complaining to Tara about having an ear-ache. He said he doesn’t want to face ODB tonight, but Tara assured him that everything will be okay. He then asked to be sterilized. Tara slathered him with Purell, then Jesse declared himself ready.
Impact Zone: Magnus made his way to the ring for an interview. Magnus called out Samoa Joe for the TV Title, then paused for “Joe’s Gonna Kill You” chants. Magnus continued that he’s calling out Joe because he has an issue with him being TV champ. He said Joe just isn’t the image they’re looking for as TV champ. Magnus called Joe the Howard Stern of wrestling because he has a radio face. Magnus was then interrupted by Joe’s music to bring out the TV champ for the opening match.
1 — TNA TV champion SAMOA JOE vs. MAGNUS — non-title match
Upon entering the ring, Joe blasted Magnus with strikes and kicks. Because of Joe’s quick attack, it took Magnus about a minute to discard pants he was wearing over his trunks, which made it look like he was wrestling in long basketball shorts for a second. Joe went for his rear-naked choke finisher at 2:00, but Magnus escaped. Joe then dumped Magnus over the top rope to the floor. On the floor, Magnus reached under the ring to retrieve a weapon. As Joe occupied ref Earl Hebner in a ringside argument, Magnus rolled back into the ring and tried to hide the weapon, which was identified as a wrench. Magnus then popped Joe in the face with the wrench, drawing a DQ from the ref. Afterward, Magnus taunted a KO’ed Joe, as the announcers speculated on whether this was Magnus’s plan all along.
WINNER: Joe via DQ at 3:43.
GM Office: Sting was shown talking to Joseph Park and Hulk Hogan about his baseball bat swing, then Kurt Angle barged in with Wes Brisco and Garett Bischoff backing him up. Angle demanded a piece of Devon or anyone from Aces & Eights tonight, but Hogan reminded him that Devon faces Bully Ray tonight. Hogan said if there’s anything left of Devon, then Angle gets him at Turning Point. Angle said he still wants to fight someone tonight and unconvincingly noted he has Wes and Garett as back-up. Hogan confirmed he’ll find something for Angle tonight.
Backstage: Samoa Joe was shown screaming for Magnus with an icepack on his head. Joe screamed that he wants to do this the old fashioned way with no DQs and no rules. He vowed to kill Magnus.
Video package: Last Thursday, Austin Aries sneak-attacked Jeff Hardy after Hardy successfully defended the TNA Title against Kurt Angle.
Locker room: Jeff Hardy was shown in a dead-silent locker room painting his face in the mirror. After a pause, audio of Hardy narrating his thoughts aired. Yes, they decided to keep the Hardy’s Deep Thoughts bit. Hardy said in the voice-over audio that Aries’s overconfidence will kill him.
Impact Zone: Christopher Daniels and Kazarian walked to the ring. Kaz said they got some people upset with their comments last week about Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez, then Daniels called out the Spanish announce team of Hector Guerrero and Willy Urbina to involve announcers in the Tag Title angle. Hector was shown looking toward the ring and asking, “Me?!” as Impact abruptly cut to break.
[Q3] [Commercial Break]
Back live, Hector and Urbina were on the ring apron continuing to take verbal jabs from the Mexican America playbook. Once Hector and Urbina entered the ring, Daniels shoved down Urbina, drawing Hector’s ire. Daniels put the boots to Hector. No sign of Chavo and Hernandez. After a minute, techno music played to signal Chavo’s arrival along with Hernandez to clear Daniels and Kaz from the ring. On the outside, Daniels noted it’s nice to see them now. Chavo shouted at Daniels that he’s not playing now. Daniels and Kaz backed up the entrance ramp as the announcers plugged their Tag Title match at Turning Point in two weeks.
Video package: Christian York background. York said in a voice-over that his whole career comes down to this one moment.
Back live, York was shown warming up in the backstage hallway, with his Tyler Reks hair flapping up and down. York continued to stretch leading to break.
Backstage: ODB was on the phone with Eric Young wondering where he is. ODB left a v-mail requesting his company ringside when he beats up Tara’s Hollywood boyfriend tonight.
Impact Zone: Jeremy Borash was standing by in the ring to introduce Christian York for his Gut Check. Out came York with a determined look on his face looking for another opportunity in TNA. JB reminded York that he will be judged by three judges next week, but it starts with an audition match tonight. Zema Ion’s music played to bring out the former X Division champion for the first mis-matched Gut Check match of the series.
2 — CHRISTIAN YORK vs. ZEMA ION — Gut Check Challenge match
York lit up Ion early on as Keneley noted York has put on “a whole lot of muscle” since he last appeared in TNA. York dropped Ion on his head with a t-bone suplex, then landed a cannonball splash in the corner. York tried to follow with a top-rope move, but Ion rolled to the outside to avoid. York then grabbed Ion by his fancy hair, but Ion cut him off and landed a Swinging DDT. Ion checked his hair, then wanted a springboard splash, but York got his knees up to block. York followed with a clothesline into the Mood Swing neckbreaker, but Ion escaped a pin attempt.
After a reset, Ion grappled York for his lean-back armbar submission, which Keneley said is the “Submission Impossible.” York fought the hold, but eventually tapped out, giving Ion a victory over the larger York. After a replay of the events, the announcers stressed York’s impressive showing ahead of next week’s judge evaluations.
WINNER: Ion via submission at 4:20.
Backstage: A man behind the camera caught up with Austin Aries to ask him about taking Jeff Hardy’s TNA Title belt. Aries said he just saw it on the ground, so he picked it up since Hardy doesn’t care about it. Aries then walked into Team Robbie’s locker room to initially discuss their sweaters. Aries closed the door for a more-important business discussion.
Up Next: ODB calls out Jesse.
Backstage: Garett Bischoff was shown walking up to Bully Ray. He talked tough about having Ray’s back tonight, and Ray thanked him for stepping up to the plate for only being in the business for a few years. A stagehand then told Ray that Aces & Eights were outside. They walked to the Universal Studios area to pick up a brawl with A&E members that Sting and Kurt Angle were engaged in. Wes Brisco and Garett pretended to get in the mix as well. A&E then fled the scene. Sting vowed to remove a mask by the end of the night.
Impact Zone: ODB came to the ring for an Open Challenge against Jesse. No sign of EY, though. In the ring, ODB called out Jesse after a long speech about Jesse being fake from head to toe.
[Q5 -- second hour] At the top of the hour, Tara led a reluctant Jesse to the ring. Tara tried to give him a pep-talk before Jesse hit the ring to start the match.
3 — KO tag champion ODB vs. JESSE (w/KO champion Tara) — Taryn Terrell special referee
ODB slapped Jesse repeatedly across the chest to begin the action. Jesse then slipped to the outside for Tara to help his chest recover. Back in the ring, more slaps from ODB. ODB then bounced Jesse’s head into the corner turnbuckles over and over. Jesse cut off ODB, then proudly scoop-slammed ODB. Jesse and Tara kissed, then ODB returned the favor with a scoopslam. ODB got into it with Tara, who refused to get off the ring apron, then Jesse rolled up ODB from behind for a three count.
WINNER: Jesse at 3:55.
Announcers: Todd Keneley was shown standing behind Mike Tenay and JB at the announce table. Keneley shook hands with both men and awkwardly-but-not-as-awkwardly-as-last-week handed off the play-by-play to Tenay. Tenay noted Taz is currently recovering from Hurricane Sandy, so he is not here tonight. Tenay and JB reset the show, then Robbie E’s music played.
Impact Zone: In the ring, Robbie said the most memorable part of this year’s Bound for Glory Series was him beating Jeff Hardy. So, tonight, he’s calling out the World champ so that he can take a second loss. On commentary, JB noted Robbie only won by count-out. Hardy’s music then played to bring out the World champ.
4 — TNA World Hvt. champion JEFF HARDY vs. ROBBIE E. (w/Rob Terry) — non-title match
Hardy landed an early splash from the second rope for a two count, then Robbie rolled out of the ring to collect himself. On the floor, Hardy whipped Robbie shoulder-first into the ring steps. Hardy followed by flying off the ring steps for a leg-whip onto Robbie into the guardrail. As Hardy tried to re-enter the ring, Terry sneak-attacked Hardy, then resumed his position with arms folded ringside. The ref didn’t see it, Hardy sold on the floor, and the show went to break two minutes in.
[Q6] Back from break, Robbie was in-control of the action center-ring. Hardy then made a comeback with Twist of Fate before climbing to the top turnbuckle for a Swanton Bomb, which was good for a clean pin and the win.
WINNER: Hardy in 7:30.
After a replay of Hardy’s win, Austin Aries’s music played to bring out Aries possessing Hardy’s TNA Title belt. Aries said the difference between them is three seconds. He said he is still the greatest wrestler in the industry and outside of three seconds at Bound for Glory, he is the most-dominant wrestler in TNA. The crowd chanted, “Over-rated,” as Aries continued that he will knock off Hardy at Turning Point to officially reclaim the TNA World Title. In the ring, Jeff Hardy took the mic and told Aries that if they want to do this right at Turning Point, then they do it right. Hardy went under the ring and retrieved a ladder. Aries sarcastically asked if he’s going to put some new shingles on the roof, then noted to Hardy that when he talked climbing ladders, it was a metaphor. Hardy told Aries to make the metaphor a reality by making Aries vs. Hardy II a ladder match. Aries shouted back that he’s a pro wrestler, not a ladder-climber. Hardy’s music played to drown out Aries, then Hardy celebrated on the ladder.
Video: JB introduced a clip from the grand-opening of Hulk Hogan’s Beach Shop, where Matt Morgan crashed the event to call out Hogan before stealing one of his robes. Morgan told Hogan to watch what history he creates with the robe.
Backstage: Hogan was shown watching the replay on a monitor. “He’s starting to figure it out,” Hogan said with a smile on his face. James Storm then walked into the shot and made a case to receive a chance at the TNA Title. Hogan told Storm that he already proved who he really is. He asked Storm if he’s a betting man, then said he has an idea for him.
Impact Zone: Bobby Roode’s music played back from break. Roode came out dressed to wrestle and Tenay noted there are plenty of potential wrestlers for him to call out tonight.
[Q7] In the ring, Roode noted he is not here to fight, but to state a fact. He said the fact is that he is getting screwed once again. Roode noted Hogan had deliberations in his office last week to determine who should receive a TNA Title shot, and he was not included. In fact, he should have been the guy to receive a title shot against Hardy. Roode suggested Hogan is protecting Hardy and if he were not protecting Hardy, then he would be new World champ right now.
Suddenly, A.J. Styles’s music played to bring out Styles dressed to wrestle. Styles entered the ring and grabbed a mic, then asked Roode if he’s seriously going to stand here and complain when he should be the World champ. Styles noted Roode held the TNA Title for the longest in TNA history, so he should stop complaining. He said while Roode was World champ, he was dealing with his own issues. Styles said photos and videos were taken of him on an elevator with a person of the opposite gender. He looked toward the camera and said it appears to be the new fad, especially if your name is A.J. Styles paused for the crowd to ooh and aah at the obvious WWE reference to the John Cena/A.J. Lee deal, but the crowd didn’t react. Ya know, since they’re tourists who aren’t up to speed on two of the worst storylines of the year in pro wrestling. Roode and Styles then began brawling until Hulk Hogan’s music played. Hogan walked out on-stage along with James Storm. Hogan said the three of them will determine who gets a future title shot. Hogan said it will be a “turning point” for all of them. Included is a stip that the person who gets pinned won’t be allowed another TNA Title shot until Bound for Glory. Hogan said whichever wrestler wins will get a future title shot.
Backstage: Joey Ryan and Matt Morgan were shown walking down the hallway for the next segment.
Announcers: Tenay and JB broke down the Turning Point line-up this far, including the Storm vs. Roode vs. Styles #1 contender match just announced. Tenay also noted the Hardy-Aries title match is officially a ladder match.
Impact Zone: 1970s lounge music played to bring out Joey Ryan, flanked by Matt Morgan wearing Hogan’s old Shea Stadium robe. JB promulgated the myth that Hogan and Andre sold out Shea Stadium (when it was Sammartino and Larry Zbyszko), then Morgan entered the ring and reminded Hogan that he took off the heads of various TNA roster members on recent house shows. Morgan told Hogan, TNA management, and everyone in the back watching that he is going to eat through the entire roster one-by-one until he owns the World Title.
Morgan handed the mic to Joey Ryan, who said he typically avoids VDs. But, tonight, he’s calling one out, Rob Van Dam. Ryan said he will prove that the X Division Title can be… X-Rated. Cue up RVD’s music to bring out the X Division champion for non-title action.
5 — X Division champion ROB VAN DAM vs. JOEY RYAN (w/Matt Morgan) — non-title match
Joey jumped RVD before the bell, then RVD came back with kick strikes to the face. JB claimed that RVD has re-focused on his career since becoming X Division champ and wants to help jumpstart the division. Van Dam delivered Rolling Thunder, then wanted a top-rope Five-Star Frogsplash, but Morgan pulled Joey out of the way behind the ref’s back. After Joey avoided Five-Star, Joey rolled up RVD with a hook of the tights for the win.
Post-match: Morgan entered the ring and destroyed RVD with a Carbon Footprint to the head. Morgan then pointed into the hard camera and asked Hogan if that’s what he wants. Joey celebrated the victory, claiming to have done it all by himself, as Morgan occupied himself with watching RVD roll out of the ring.
WINNER: Joey at 1:35.
Backstage: Devon was shown preparing for his main event battle with Bully Ray.
Back from break nine minutes before the top of the hour, Tenay announced Bobby Roode vs. A.J. Styles booked for next week’s Impact.
Impact Zone: Bully Ray’s music played to bring out Ray for the main event (which never started). Ray shouted out to his friends in New York that this one is for them. In the ring, Ray took the mic and said first thing’s first that he wants to shout out to all of their friends in the Northeast. On to business, Ray told that “piece of crap” Devon that he wants to kick his ass. Ray dropped the mic to prepare to fight Devon, then the A&E music played. Devon was shown walking through the back-door entrance/exit before stopping ringside. Devon circled the ring, then slowly entered the ring as ref Brian Hebner held Ray back. Devon then hesitantly entered the ring, but bailed when Ray charged him.
As Devon circled around the ring, Ray retrieved a table from under the ring and set it up inside the ring. Devon then slowly re-entered the ring, but bailed to the floor when Ray charged him again. Devon then signalled to the backstage area and smiled. Out came six reinforcements to stand ringside. Devon then brought the whole crew into the ring. Ray grabbed his chain to try to hold off the entre group of seven men, then reinforcements stormed the ring in the form of Sting, Angle, Styles, Storm, Chavo, and Hernandez. A brawl broke out in the ring in a familiar scene from Impact.
The last two men left in the ring were Ray and Devon, who didn’t realize that Ray was right behind him. Devon then turned around and locked eyes with Ray. Ray dropped Devon, then teased a table move, but a big member of A&E cut off Ray. Joseph Park then hit the ring and accepted strikes from the big-man member. Park continued to take a beating while action occurred ringside. Suddenly, Park reached up and ripped off the big-man’s mask, revealing Luke Gallows. The announcers did not name him by-name, but Tenay said he’s been an enforcer before for some of the biggest names in the business. (Slam Master J?) Luke then slammed Park through the table and left the ring as Sting and Angle hit the ring. As the crowd sat quietly, Tenay quickly signed off one minute before the top of the hour with Luke leaving the ring to silence.
Hello everyone and welcome to this week's ROH on Sinclair recap. Earlier than usual, but because of the impending Hurricane, thought I would put it up before its too late.
So, if you all are ready, then let's get on with the show!
We see the usual intro, then Kevin Kelly & Nigel McGuinness welcome us to the show, from the Du Burns Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. Kelly & Nigel hype up tonight's Survival of the Fittest finals, then we go to the opening match.
#DemBoys The Briscoes (Jay & Mark) vs. The Bravados (Harlem & Lancelot)
"Man Up" chants for #DemBoys as Mark & Harlem will start things off. Mark with a side headlock, reverses Harlem's whip, Mark misses a clothesline and Harlem with a Sunset flip, but Mark rolls through it, whips Harlem and nails him with a boot to the face. Tag to Jay, as Mark sends Harlem into Jay's elbow, then the Briscoes with a 2nd rope leg drop/side slam combo for a nearfall. Jay with an uppercut, a whip and then nails Harlem with a back elbow for another nearfall. Tag to Mark, who nails Harlem with a club to the back. Mark with a suplex for yet another nearfall. Mark with a belly-to-back slam, then stomps away at Harlem, who begins to fight back. However, Mark comes back with a headbutt. Mark with a throat thrust, then Harlem with a whip and Lancelot pulls at Mark's foot as he was going off the ropes. That distraction allows Harlem to drill Mark with a pump kick for a nearfall.
Harlem stomps away at Mark, then tags in Lancelot and the Bravados with a double whip, followed by a double back elbow before taunting the crowd. Bravados with a double elbow drop for a nearfall. Lancelot with a suplex, then tags in Harlem. Mark begins to fight his way out of the Bravados' corner, but Harlem nails him from behind as Lancelot distracted Mark. While Harlem has the referee distracted, Lancelot with a boot to Mark's face and then Harlem gains another nearfall. Harlem with a chop, followed by a corner whip, but Mark goes up and over him, does a forward roll, then unloads on Harlem with some Redneck Kung Fu.
Tag to Jay, who begins peppering Lancelot, who also got the tag in, with a series of jabs. Mark nails Lancelot with some more Redneck Kung Fu, then nails Harlem with a hesitation baseball slide kick, sending Harlem to the barricade. Jay with a Falcon Arrow on Lancelot for a nearfall. The Briscoes call for the Doomsday Device, but Harlem pushes Mark off the ropes and onto the apron. Lancelot with a version of a Codebreaker on Jay, then Harlem connects on Jay with a slingshot version of a Diamond Dust. Harlem then leaps off the apron, nailing Mark with a flying knee strike. Harlem with a corner charge and connects with a clothesline, then Harlem heads up top after Lancelot snapmared Jay and connects with a Blockbuster, but Mark breaks up the pin attempt. Harlem sends Mark through the ropes and to the outside, but then Jay fights back on the Bravados. Lancelot catches Jay's foot off a kick attempt and the Bravados go for the Gentleman's Agreement, but Jay ducks under the Harlem enziguri and Harlem accidentally nails his own brother with the kick. Mark then nails Harlem with a springboard front missile dropkick, sending him to the outside. Jay then drills Lancelot with a roaring forearm.
Jay lifts up Lancelot and this time the Briscoes connect with the Doomsday Device for the victory.
Winners: #DemBoys The Briscoes by pinfall (Doomsday Device)
After the match, the Briscoes celebrate their win, but are interrupted by the Guardians of Truth, who make their way onto the rampway. One of them has a mic.
Guardian #1: "Hey Briscoe sisters, we gotta a little unfinished business with you two girls". "So, we demand your undivided attention". "You see, when we came to Ring of Honor, Truth Martini promised us greatness". "But lately, he's been a little busy fixing his broken House of Truth". "So, we have become afterthoughts with Truth Martini". "So, we have decided to do things OUR way". "We are former WWF Tag Team Champions". "We are the most TREMENDOUS tag team in wrestling today".
"WE ARE THE HEADBANGERS!!!"
They remove their hoods to reveal indeed Mosh & Thrasher, the Headbangers underneath those Guardians of Truth hoods all this time.
Thrasher: "Hey, you two redneck hillbillies, we know that your SEVEN TIME, SEVEN TIME, SEVEN TIME, Ring of Honor Tag Team Champs, but frankly, we don't care". "We have beaten legends, we have held championships in the biggest companies in the world today". "So, I have one question for ya, are you gonna MAN UP?" "Or, are you gonna be chicken?"
Jay has a mic now.
J. Briscoe: "Are we gonna man up? "ARE WE GONNA MAN UP?"
Crowd chants "Man Up".
"Headbangers, with all due respect, as far as tag team wrestling is concerned, until you prove yourself in an ROH ring, you ain't done s**t".
Mosh: "Hey Briscoes, just remember this, remember this one thing, there's no right way, there's no wrong way, there's only the Headbanger way".
Mosh cackles and the Headbangers do their infamous Headbanger dance on the entrance ramp as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, we go to video looking at all the past winners of Survival of the Fittest before we take another commercial break.
Back from commercial, its time for the finals of Survival of the Fittest 2012.
Main Event in the finals of Survival of the Fittest 2012 in a 6-Way Elimination Match (The winner will receive a guaranteed Ring of Honor World Title shot on demand): "No Fear" Mike Mondo vs. "American Wolf" Davey Richards vs. Roderick Strong w/Truth Martini vs. "Unbreakable" Michael Elgin vs. Jay Lethal vs. Ring of Honor Television Champion "The Panama City Playboy" Adam Cole
Richards & Strong won the pre-match coin toss, so they will start things off. Davey goes for the arm, but Strong counters out. They trade counters in working on the arm until Davey kicks Strong off. Strong mocks Davey, but then Elgin tags himself in and Strong retreats to the outside. Strong gets back in, but then quickly tags in Mondo. Mondo with a side headlock, then no one moves off a shoulder tackle. Mondo tries a 2nd time and again no one moves. Elgin tries this time, but when Mondo goes for a leapfrog, Elgin catches him in mid-air and slams him down for a nearfall. Elgin again goes after Strong, who drops down to the outside. Elgin with a club, but Mondo fights back. Mondo with some forearms, but Elgin with a knee to the gut. Mondo comes back with a headbutt to the gut, then Davey tags himself in. Davey & Mondo exchange right & left hands until Mondo gains advantage. Richards then with a leapfrog, a drop down, followed by a dropkick, sending Mondo to the outside. Elgin in and he gets nailed with a dropkick as well. Davey leaps onto the apron and drills Elgin with the running apron kick. Then, Strong comes in on the apron and drills Davey with an enziguri, followed by a backbreaker onto the apron. Cole then nails Strong with a slingshot plancha onto the outside. Lethal hops into the ring, gets a head of steam and takes out Cole with a tope dive, sending Cole into the barricade. Mondo then heads up top and takes out everyone with a top rope moonsault.
Crowd chants "ROH" as Mondo rolls Davey back in the ring, gaining a nearfall. Mondo stomps away at Davey, but Davey fights back with a knee to the gut. Mondo sends Davey into the corner, but Cole tags himself in. Cole with forearms to Mondo, then Mondo reverses a whip, catches Cole when he tries to slide under Mondo's legs and goes for the Double Arm DDT, but Strong gets the tag in and drills Mondo with the Sick Kick to eliminate Mondo.
"No Fear" Mike Mondo has been eliminated (Sick Kick by Strong)
Cole & Strong slug it out, exchanging right hands, until Strong unloads with right hands & gut shots in the corner. Strong says something to Elgin to draw him in, but then he runs into a boot by Cole. Cole with forearms to Strong, then whips him into the corner. Cole now is the one who runs into a boot as Strong nails him with one, followed by an enziguri for a nearfall. Strong stomps away at Cole, then tries to goad Elgin in the ring. Strong knocks Richards off the apron, but Cole fights back with more forearms. Strong drives Cole into the corner, then hits a chop. Strong with a running knee in the corner, then lifts up Cole and hits the Death by Roderick, but Cole somehow kicks out and Strong can't believe it. Strong nails Elgin on the apron, then nails Cole with a roaring forearm, however Elgin comes in and drills Strong with a spinning backfist.
Cole then drills Strong with a superkick and that does it in for Strong, as he is eliminated.
Roderick Strong has been eliminated (Superkick by Cole)
Truth Martini can't believe it, but then Davey quickly comes in and hooks Cole in the Anklelock. Cole kicks Davey off, then lifts him up and hits a fireman's carry into a neckbreaker across his knee for a nearfall. Elgin tags himself in and tries to hit the Chaos Theory on Cole, but Cole counters it into a roll-up for a nearfall. Elgin misses a clothesline and Cole drills him with a leaping enziguri. Cole motions for a Shining Wizard, but Elgin catches him and lifts him up.
Elgin hits the Buckle Bomb, followed by the Revolution Elgin Bomb and that is enough to put away the TV Champ.
Adam Cole has been eliminated (Revolution Elgin Bomb by Elgin)
Lethal comes right in and nails Elgin with a basement dropkick for a nearfall. Lethal with a pair of forearms, but Elgin blocks Lethal's attempt at the Lethal Combination as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial as Elgin catches Lethal and lifts him up for something, then Davey comes in, however Elgin catches him also. Then, Elgin, in an incredible feat of strength, connects with a DOUBLE FALLAWAY SLAM ON BOTH LETHAL & RICHARDS!
Crowd chants "ROH" as Lethal & Davey roll out to the outside. Crowd chants "Feed Me More" for Elgin as he goes out after them. Elgin starts to head up top, looking to dive onto Davey & Lethal, but Roderick Strong, who was been eliminated, pushes Elgin off the ropes and into the ring. Lethal & Richards head back into the ring as it appears Strong is trying to grab a steel chair. Lethal & Richards exchange right hands until Richards nails him with an enziguri. Richards goes out onto the apron and goes after Elgin.
RICHARDS THEN EXPLODER SUPLEXES ELGIN OFF THE APRON AND THROUGH A RINGSIDE TABLE!
The table didn't fully break, it only bent a bit as Elgin COMPLETELY bounced off of it. Martini checks on Elgin as the crowd chants "Holy S**t". Lethal & Richards meet again in the center of the ring and Davey tells Lethal to bring it. They again exchange right hands, then kicks and chops until they begin slugging it out and then knock each other down. Lethal & Richards exchange more right hands when they get to their feet, but they both stop as they notice that somehow, some way, Michael Elgin has got himself back into the ring. Lethal & Richards stand in shock as Elgin is getting himself back to his feet while the crowd chants his name. Elgin blocks a Richards kick, then catches a Lethal kick, but Richards nails Elgin with an enziguri. Lethal spikes Elgin with a DDT, then Lethal & Richards look at each other and both decide to head up top. Richards with a wolf howl, then connects with a top rope double stomp right on top of Elgin. Lethal connects with Hail to the King and they both cover Elgin. 1-2........but again, Michael Elgin kicks out and with authority!
Lethal & Richards have a state of shock on their faces while Elgin begins to fire himself up. Richards with a clothesline, but Elgin does not go down. Another clothesline and Michael Elgin STILL won't go down. Elgin then spits in Davey's face and tells him to bring it. Richards with a series of open hand palm strikes, but misses a roundhouse kick and Elgin nails him with a spinning backfist. However, Lethal drills Elgin with a superkick, then Richards with one of his own. Lethal with a pump kick that drops Elgin down to a knee.
Lethal & Richards then hit stereo superkicks to Elgin and that is FINALLY enough to put Elgin away and we are down to 2.
"Unbreakable" Michael Elgin has been eliminated (Stereo Superkicks by Lethal & Richards)
Back from commercial as Lethal & Richards, the final 2 left in this match, get set to fight with both in an opposite corner of the ring. They slowly meet in the center of the ring as mostly all of the babyface ROH locker room comes out and stands around ringside, slapping their hands on the mat to fire up their peers. Lethal & Richards adhere to the Code of Honor, but then Lethal plants Richards with an Ace Crusher. Lethal heads up top and hits a leaping stomp for a close nearfall. Lethal lifts up Richards, but Richards breaks free. Richards hits the Alarm Clock kick, charges at Lethal in the corner and connects with a running forearm. Lethal then catches Richards and hits the Lethal Combination. Lethal keeps a hold of Richards and hits a 2nd one, but Richards kicks out. Lethal then goes right into hooking Richards in the Koji Clutch as Richards may be out cold. Richards, however, is able to counter out into the Anklelock. Then, Lethal counters out of that and hooks Richards in his figure four style surfboard, but Richards is able to reach the ropes. Lethal heads out with Richards on the apron and they go back to exchanging right hands, chops & kicks until Richards nails him with an enziguri. Richards then exploder suplexes Lethal off the apron and to the outside. Back in the ring, Richards heads up top and connects with a top rope double stomp, but JAY LETHAL KICKS OUT AT 1!!!
Davey can't believe it as Lethal fires up. Davey then hits a trifecta of roundhouse head kicks to Lethal, but Lethal kicks out again! Richards with a throat slash and goes for the sliding kick, but Lethal catches him with a superkick. Richards with one of his own, then Lethal returns the favor with another superkick. Lethal with another superkick, but now its Richards who is somehow able to kick out. We see Kyle O'Reilly come out onto the rampway to get a better look at the match as Lethal calls for the Lethal Injection, but Richards sidesteps it and hooks Lethal back in the Anklelock. Lethal kicks him off, but then Richards hits a charging forearm, a corner whip and a 2nd charging forearm. Another corner whip by Davey, followed by a 3rd charging forearm. Davey places Lethal on the top turnbuckle, then heads up with him. Davey connects with a Top Rope Superplex, holds onto Lethal and then proceeds to drill Lethal with a Brainbuster, but JAY LETHAL KICKS OUT YET AGAIN!
Davey with another throat slash, then this time connects with the running sliding kick, but AGAIN JAY LETHAL KICKS OUT! Richards locks back in the Anklelock, but Lethal breaks free. Lethal hits a Release German Suplex, Davey gets right up, charges in, but then Lethal connects with a Release Full Nelson Suplex, however Richards kicks out. The wrestler slap their hands on the mat to will these two on as Lethal is frustrated. Crowd chants "ROH" as Davey is having to pick himself up, using Lethal to do so. Lethal says something to Davey, then hits a headbutt and chop, but Davey then spits in his face.
Lethal drills Davey with a leaping enziguri, then this time hits the Lethal Injection and that finally, finally, BY GAWD FINALLY , puts down the American Wolf.
"American Wolf" Davey Richards has been eliminated
Winner of Survival of the Fittest 2012 and earning a future Ring of Honor World Title shot: Jay Lethal by pinfall (Lethal Injection)
The wrestlers, Kelly & Nigel all give both Lethal & Richards a standing ovation for their effort while Kyle O'Reilly goes to back, with an unimpressed look on his face.
We see highlights of the match as Lethal celebrates his win, with the crowd chanting his name and throwing streamers in the ring. Crowd chants "That was awesome" as Lethal puts up 1 finger, implying he needs only one shot to become Ring of Honor World Champion.
Lethal & Richards meet in the center and Davey raises Lethal's hand as we go to credits.
Backstage News on WWE's Brad Maddox Finish Posted by Steve Carrier on 10/30/2012 at 01:20 PM
- There were lots of ideas discussed internally for the finish to Ryback vs. CM Punk at WWE Hell In a Cell but the angle with referee Brad Maddox doing a screwjob on Ryback was what Vince McMahon picked towards the last minute.
The storyline reason for Maddox not being on last night's RAW was that he was going through a medical evaluation after Ryback attacked him at Hell In a Cell. Maddox will be back on next week's RAW.
WWE Writes Beth Phoenix Out of the Company Posted by Steve Carrier on 10/30/2012 at 06:54 AM
- WWE wrote Beth Phoenix out of the company at last night's RAW from Charlotte, North Carolina. She was "fired" by Vickie Guerrero in a backstage segment after wrestling AJ Lee.
We noted last month that Beth was scheduled to finish up with WWE at the end of this month. She reportedly requested her release and will be spending time with boyfriend Edge has he prepares to have neck surgery in a week.
What Happened After Raw Went Off The Air Posted by Steve Carrier on
10/30/2012 at 12:40 AM
Ryback defeated CM Punk via DQ in the dark match
main event. In the closing moments of the match, Paul Heyman distracted Ryback
when he had Punk up for the Shell Shock. Punk's Survivor Series team members hit
the ring and attacked Ryback for the DQ.
Afterwards, Foley's team was
right behind Punk's team to make the save, leading to a brawl. Ryback threw Punk
back into the ring and hit the Shell Shock on Punk to end the show.
Wrestler Kurt Angle Claims WWE Copied TNA Storylines And Camera Angles
Kurt Angle sounded off once again on WWE
lifting the Clair/AJ Styles love affair angle and reality show based camera
angles for some of their new segments. Angle wrote the following on His official twitter account earlier:
team using @EBischoff's innovative multi-camera backstage filming technique with
Staged "affair" between AJ Lee & @JohnCena,
w/date pic & hotel video? WWE outright lifting TNA concepts?"
- Tonight's WWE RAW opens up with still shots
from the Ryback vs. CM Punk match at last night's Hell In a Cell pay-per-view.
- We're live from the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North
Carolina as Justin Roberts introduces WWE Champion CM Punk. Out comes Punk with
Paul Heyman. Punk is limping and has his ribs bandaged up. Michael Cole welcomes
us to RAW and he's joined by Jim Ross.
The crowd boo's Punk as he takes
the mic. He says everyone thought Ryback was unbeatable. Everyone said it
couldn't be done. Everyone thought Punk would be just another victim. Punk says
he proved everyone wrong. Punk calls
Jim Ross a buckethead and says he was wrong. Punk points out everyone in the
crowd and says they were wrong. Punk has proved everyone wrong for 344 days he
says. Punk says he has defeated every single hero, he's survived everything they
had to offer. Punk brings up beating Rey Mysterio, Randy Orton and John Cena.
Punk says Ryback isn't even in the conversation.
Punk says his win at
Hell In a Cell was monumental. Punk brings up Brad Maddox attacking Ryback and
says he had nothing to do with it. Punk says the only thing he's guilty of is
taking advantage of a situation brought on by a WWE referee. Punk names him as
Brad Maddox. Punk says Maddox was hired by AJ Lee and says that's all you need
to know. Punk says he had nothing to do with what happened at Hell In a Cell.
"You suck" chants from the crowd. Punk brings up beating Vince McMahon and
Triple H. Punk declares that he is the best in the world and Heyman raises the
WWE Title behind him. Punk says he can proudly say he looks at Ryback in a
completely different way - behind him. Punk says there won't be a rematch, he's
moving on. Mick Foley's music hits and out he comes.
Punk calls Foley a
homeless man who has been displaced by the storm in the Northeast. Foley tells
Punk to stay classy, making light of a situation like that. Foley brings up
Ryback destroying Punk on top of the Cell last night. Punk says the last time we
saw Foley, he was on the ground because Punk kicked his ass. Foley says he
didn't come out here to embarrass Punk because Punk did a good job of doing that
himself last night. Foley says he gave Punk a choice a month ago - be a Legend
or be a statistic. Foley says Punk blew it. They argue about the tradition of Hell In a Cell. Punk rips into the
Charlotte fans. Punk brags more about being champion for 344 days. Punk says it
seems like Foley wants to do something. Punk proposes a traditional Survivor Series match - Team Foley vs.
Foley accepts the challenge and says Punk is on. The crowd
chants for Foley now. Punk says whoever Foley picks... Ryback's music interrupts
and out he comes to a nice reaction from the crowd. Ryback hits the ring as Punk
and Heyman retreat through the crowd. The crowd chants "feed me more" as Ryback
stands alongside Foley. We go to commercial.
Back from the break and JTG is heading to the ring and
doesn't look happy about it. The bell rings and Ryback stares JTG down. JTG
hesitates but Ryback grabs him and slams him face first into the mat. Ryback
with another big slam. Ryback misses a clothesline in the corner but connects with a big Thesz Press. Ryback slams JTG's head
on the mat some more. Ryback nails the Meathook clothesline and Shell Shocked
for the win.
- Josh Mathews
enters the ring and asks Ryback if he has an appetite for revenge after what
happened last night. Ryback says revenge is an admission of pain and he's not
hurting, he's hungry. Ryback says when he feasts again, it will be on Punk.
Ryback gets a "feed me Punk" chant going.
- Still to come tonight,
Sheamus will address his World Heavyweight Title loss at Hell In a Cell. Also,
Randy Orton vs. Wade Barrett. Back to commercial.
vs. Wade Barrett
Back from the break and out comes Randy Orton
as Wade Barrett waits in the ring. The bell rings and they lock up and go to the
corner. They break and Barrett taunts Orton. Barrett with a headlock now. Orton
breaks out and dropkicks him. Barrett goes to the floor but Orton follows.
Barrett ducks a clothesline and goes to work on
Orton's arm. The steel steps come into play and Orton slams Barrett into the
announcers table. Orton brings it back in and stomps on Barrett.
back and forth. Barrett gets hung up on the top rope and Orton boots him out to
the floor as we go back to commercial.
Back from the break and Barrett
is in control of Orton working on his arm. Orton fights back with headbutts but
Barrett hits a knee to the gut. Barrett with more offense and a 2 count. Barrett
goes right back to Orton's hurt arm. Barrett keeps control and goes for another
pin. Barrett chokes Orton on the ropes now. Barrett has Orton hung up in the
ropes and connects with a big boot to the face. Barrett with another 2 count.
More offense on Orton's arm now. Orton fights out and nails two clotheslines and
a powerslam. Barrett goes to the apron but Orton brings him back in with the
second-rope draping DDT. Orton hits the mat and readies for the RKO. Barrett blocks it and nails Winds of Change for a 2 count. Orton
ducks the Souvenir Elbow and nails the RKO for the win.
- AJ Lee is backstage when Vickie Guerrero walks
in. Vickie says AJ will have the chance to explain her affair with John Cena
tonight. AJ says she didn't have an affair. Vickie says the Board of Directors
has asked her to consider hiring AJ back as a WWE Diva. Vickie says she will
determine if AJ is eligible. AJ says she does want to be a performer again.
Vickie asks AJ what she considers her biggest weakness. AJ says she can become
too emotionally attached to her job. Vickie asks if AJ is admitting she's crazy.
Vickie wants one good reason why she should give AJ a contract when she comes
back. Back to commercial.
Team Hell No vs. Darren Young and
Back from the break and out comes one-half of the
WWE Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan. Kane is out next. Darren Young and Titus
O'Neil wait in the ring for this non-title match. Young starts off with Bryan.
Back and forth to start the match. Bryan unloads with kicks and Kane
tags himself in. They have words and Young takes advantage. Kane drops Young
with a big right hand and splashes him in the corner. Bryan comes back in and
dropkicks Young in the corner. Bryan and Kane yell at each other some more.
Bryan turns around to a big shoulder from Titus. Titus with a scoop slam. Bryan
fights back but Titus shoves him to the mat and powerslams him. Titus with a 2
Young comes back in and keeps control of Bryan. Bryan fights out
but Young cuts him off. Bryan dodges a backdrop and nails a clothesline. Kane
tags himself in and takes Young to the corner. Kane unloads and hits a pair of
splashes in the corner. Kane with a sideslam for 2. Kane goes to the top rope
and comes down with a big clothesline. Titus tries to come in but Kane sends him
to the floor. Young fights Kane off but Kane grabs him and nails the chokeslam.
Titus comes in and Kane grabs him, sending him back to the floor. Bryan tags
himself in and takes advantage, putting Young in the No Lock for the win.
Winners: Kane and Daniel Bryan
- After the
match, Bryan celebrates with both titles and Kane doesn't look happy. Kane makes
the ring explodes, grabs his title belt and they argue about the match.
- Still to come tonight, Sheamus will speak after his Hell In a Cell
loss. We see Vickie Guerrero backstage walking and apparently she's ready to
reveal her evidence. Back to commercial.
- Back from the break and we
see what happened earlier with CM Punk and Mick Foley. Cole talks about Brad
Maddox and we see a clip from last month where Maddox made an error in counting
a pin on Punk. Then we see stills from Hell In a Cell where Maddox screwed
- We go to the ring and out comes Vickie Guerrero. She says
she's here to reassure everyone that this is a new era on RAW. Vickie says she
has been promising evidence that John Cena and AJ Lee had an affair. Vickie
calls out Cena to the ring.
Cena says the only reason he is out here
tonight is to clear everything up. First Vickie shows us footage from three
weeks ago where Cena asked AJ out on a date in the ring. Cena says it was just a
joke and everyone understood that. Vickie shows footage next from last week and
we see Cena consoling AJ after she was fired as General Manager. Cena says he
was just giving a friend a shoulder to cry on. Next Vickie has a still photo of
Cena and AJ out having dinner somewhere. Cena says that was the business meeting
dinner he told the world about last week. Cena says they were discussing his
condition and when he would return to action. Vickie says Cena is pathetic and
has an answer for everything. Next Vickie has footage of Cena and Vickie at a
hotel elevator. AJ enters the elevator and rides up with Cena apparently. Cena
looks worried now as Vickie rubs it in.
A "you are busted" chant breaks
out in the crowd. Cena says he knows how it looks and Vickie laughs. Cena says
AJ was going to confront Vickie and he convinced her it was a bad decision. Cena
says it's just two people getting into an elevator and that's it. Cena says they
got into the elevator, he walked AJ to her door and that was it. Vickie suggests
that AJ let Cena into her hotel room and more happened. Vickie says it's a good
thing she's in charge and starts calling AJ names. Cena cuts Vickie off and
stands up for AJ. They go on and out comes Dolph Ziggler.
out and says everyone has seen enough to draw their own conclusion. Cena grabs
Ziggler by his collar and gets in his face. Cena tells Ziggler to never mention
his and AJ's name in the same sentence again. Cena shoves Ziggler to the mat and
walks off to the back.
- Still to come, Kofi Kingston vs. Antonio
Cesaro. Back to commercial.
Kofi Kingston vs. Antonio
Back from the break and out comes WWE United States
Champion Antonio Cesaro. The Miz is on commentary and he doesn't look happy.
Cesaro speaks but is met with "USA" chants. Cesaro says he has learned America
has the fattest kids in the world. Cesaro brings up Halloween and calls it a
silly American holiday. Cesaro goes on until WWE Intercontinental Champion Kofi
Kingston comes out for this non-title match.
The bell rings and Cesaro
strikes first. They go at it and Cesaro takes it to the corner. Kofi counters
and comes back with a big right hand. Kofi with another block and a kick to the
head. Kofi goes to the top but Cesaro knocks him down and hits a knee to the
gut. Cesaro keeps control and stomps on Kofi's chest. Cesaro with an arm
Kofi fights out and fights back. Kofi dropkicks Cesaro
out to the floor. Cesaro pulls Kofi to the floor but Kofi nails a big right hand
off the steel steps. Kofi and Miz have words. Cesaro attacks from behind and the
brawl continues. Kofi tosses Cesaro over the announcers table and into Miz. Kofi
brings Cesaro back in the ring. Miz pulls Kofi off the apron and attacks him for
Winner by DQ: Kofi Kingston
- After the
bell, Miz rolls Cesaro in the ring and they double team Kofi. R-Truth runs down
and makes the save. Miz escapes the ring but Truth unloads on Cesaro and
clotheslines him to the floor. Cesaro stands with Miz as Kofi stands with Truth.
- Still to come tonight, Sheamus will address his loss at Hell In a
Cell. Also tonight, the teams for Survivor Series will be revealed. Back to
- Back from the break and Vickie walks back in on AJ. Vickie
teases her about a relationship with Cena. AJ says nothing is going on and
Vickie knows it. Vickie says she will put AJ on the roster if she admits she
cares about Cena. AJ refuses. AJ says WWE means everything to her but Vickie is
not worth lying for or hurting John. AJ walks off but Vickie calls her back.
Vickie has hired AJ. Vickie says if AJ ever lays a hand on her, she's done.
Vickie welcomes her back and says her first match will be against Beth Phoenix.
AJ thanks her and walks off.
- There's a sitdown interview with 3MB.
Zack Ryder and Santino Marella vs. 3MB
We go to
the ring and out comes Santino Marella and Zack Ryder before we go to
Back from the break and out comes Jinder Mahal, Heath Slater
and Drew McIntyre. They have new music and new gear. Ryder starts things off
with Jinder. Jinder strikes first but Ryder hits him with knees and a dropkick
in the corner. More offense from Ryder and the Broski Boot. Slater comes in for
a distraction. Mahal drops Ryder over the top rope and tags in Slater. Slater
works over Ryder and tags back in Mahal. More offense and quick tags. Slater
with a 2 count after some double teaming.
Slater beats Ryder down in the
corner. Ryder counters and tags in Santino. Santino unloads on Slater and drops
an elbow for a 2 count as Mahal breaks the pin. Ryder comes in and tumbles to
the floor with Mahal. Santino pulls out the Cobra but Drew distracts him. Slater
takes advantage but Santino hits Drew with the Cobra. Slater comes from behind
and hits his finisher for the win.
Winners: Heath Slater and
- Still to come tonight, AJ vs. Beth. We go to
- It's announced Jerry Lawler will return in two weeks.
Beth Phoenix vs. AJ Lee
Beth Phoenix waits in
the ring as AJ Lee makes her way out. Beth bullies AJ and tries to intimidate
her to start the match. Beth shoves AJ to the mat and continues running her
mouth. AJ snaps and unloads on Beth. Beth slams her hard and kicks her around.
Beth takes the fight to the floor and beats AJ up some more. Beth brings it back
in for a 2 count. AJ rolls Beth up for the win out of nowhere.
Winner: AJ Lee
After the match, Vickie comes
out and says she expected more from AJ. Vickie re-starts the match. Beth wins
with a quick Glam Slam.
Winner: Beth Phoenix
Up next, Sheamus will speak. Back to commercial.
- We get a look back at
what happened at Hell In a Cell with the referee.
- We go to the ring
and out comes former World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus.
about how he still has a smile on his face after losing the World Heavyweight
Title. Sheamus says he is disappointed but last night, Big Show was the better
man. Sheamus says it took two knockout punches to do it but Show did knock him
out. Sheamus says he didn't come to WWE to always win, he came to fight. Sheamus
says last night was the fight of his life. Sheamus says Show won the battle but
the war is far from over. Sheamus says he is dying to get back in the ring with
Show. He guarantees it won't be a fight next time, it's going to be an all out
war and when it's done, he will have the World Title back. Out comes Big Show.
Show comes out all smiles and hits the ring with his World Heavyweight
Title belt. Show brags about the belt looking good on him. Show says he did
exactly what he said he would do at Hell In a Cell. Show rips Sheamus and the
fans. Show says nobody has ever made him dig that deep and want something that
bad but he realized he has no limits and there is no stopping him. Show says
whatever Sheamus brings won't be good enough. Show is going to enjoy knocking
the smile off his face. Show declares that Sheamus can't beat him and will never
take the belt from him. Sheamus calls that a magnificent speech and scoops Show
for White Noise. Sheamus nails it as the crowd pops. Sheamus backs up the ramp
and stares Show down.
- Still to come tonight, the teams for Survivor
Series will be revealed. Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio vs. Cody Rhodes and Damien
Sandow is up next. Back to commercial.
- Back from the break and Cena is
backstage with AJ. He hugs her and tells her to keep her chin up. We see Vickie
watching from behind a curtain. AJ walks off and Beth walks up to Vickie. Beth
thanks her for re-starting the match. Vickie says if Beth would have done her
job the first time she would not have had to restart it. Vickie fires Beth and
Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara vs. Cody Rhodes and Damien
We go to the ring and out first comes Rey Mysterio
followed by his partner Sin Cara. Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes are out next.
Rhodes and Mysterio start things out. They go back and forth. Rey with a
dropkick to the face for a 2 count. Rhodes retreats to his corner and tags in
Sandow. Rey tags in Cara. They go at it and Cara dumps Sandow in the corner.
Cody comes back in and Cara unloads with kicks. Rey comes in and keeps up the
attack with some double teaming on Cody. 2 count by Rey. Cody turns it around
and tags in Sandow. Sandow works over Rey for another 2 count. Sandow with
another tag as they keep Rey down on the mat.
Rey turns it around and
tags in Cara. Rey knocks Sandow off the apron and Cara dropkicks Cody to the
floor. Rey launches Cara to the apron and he moonsaults out onto Cody. Rey
sentons out onto Sandow on the other side of the ring. We go to commercial.
Back from the break, Rhodes and Sandow are in control of Cara. Cody hits
a long vertical suplex for a 2 count. Cody works on Cara's arm now. Sandow comes
back in and continues the attack. Sandow keeps Cara from tagging and in comes
Cody for some more double teaming. Cara counters Cody and rolls him up for 2.
Cara with a big takedown as Rey gets the crowd hype. Rey tags and comes in off
the top, taking out Cody with a senton. Rey with a big head scissors takedown
and a kick to the arm. Cody comes back and tosses Rey to the floor but he lands
on his feet. Cody distracts the referee and Sandow gets a cheap shot in on Rey,
sending him to the floor. Sandow tags back in for more double teaming now.
Sandow with a big leg sweep and the Elbow of Disdain for a close 2 count. More
tags by Sandow and Rhodes as they keep Rey in their corner. Rey counters Sandow
with a roll up for 2. Cody comes back in and keeps Rey down. Another 2 count by
Cody. Cody with a running knee to the head and another pin attempt. More quick
tags as they keep Rey from tagging. Rey blocks a double suplex and turns it into
a double DDT. Rey tags in Cara and he unloads on both men with a double
crossbody. Cara with a back elbow to Sandow and an enziguri kick. Cara with a 2
count on Sandow. Cara with kicks and the big arm drag now. Cara dropkicks Sandow
to the floor but in comes Cody. Cara puts Cody in position for 619. Rey comes in
but Cody slides to safety. They end up on the floor and Cody sends Rey into the
steps. Cara corkscrews out onto Cody. Cara kicks Sandow in the head and climbs
to the top. Rhodes pulls Sandow and Cara lands on the mat. Sandow hits The End
for the win.
Winners: Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes
- Back from the break and we get another video for WWE's partnership
with Susan G. Komen. We come back and Vince McMahon is on the stage with the WWE
roster. He introduces some people from the foundation and John Cena is in the
ring with them where everything is pink. Cena talks about the partnership and
how it worked because of the WWE Universe involvement. Cena presents the
foundation with a check for $1,000,000 from WWE. Dorothy Jones speaks and talks
about how the money will help fight breast cancer. She thanks Cena, Vince and
WWE. Cena thanks the fans and says they have provided the gift of life. Cena
gives a shout out to breast cancer survivors in the crowd.
Alberto Del Rio vs. Justin Gabriel
the break and out comes Alberto Del Rio as Ricardo Rodriguez begins the
introduction. Justin Gabriel waits in the ring.
Del Rio strikes first
and takes Gabriel to the corner. Del Rio with a suplex and a 2 count. More
offense from Del Rio and another pin attempt. Gabriel turns it around and sends
Del Rio across the ring. Gabriel with a clothesline out of the corner and a 2
count. Gabriel sends Del Rio out to the floor and dropkicks him back. Gabriel
brings it back in the ring but Del Rio kicks him in the face. Del Rio works on
the arm now.
Del Rio with a 2 count now. Del Rio goes right back to the
arm. Gabriel fights out but Del Rio catches him in a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker
for 2. Del Rio with more offense on Gabriel's arm. Del Rio with a backdrop and
another pin attempt. Gabriel tries to fight back again but Del Rio sends him to
the mat. Del Rio with kicks to the back and another pin attempt. More work on
Gabriel's arm now. Gabriel counters a backbreaker and kicks Del Rio in the face.
Gabriel unloads with kicks. Gabriel with a nice counter and a close 2 count. Del
Rio turns it around and hits the big kick in the corner. Del Rio with the cross
armbreaker for the win.
Winner: Alberto Del Rio
- Back from the break and Paul Heyman is in the ring. Heyman introduces
himself and then brings out WWE Champion CM Punk.
Punk comes out in his
gear and he's still limping from Hell In a Cell. They have a big WWE '13 banner
drop from the ceiling with Punk on the cover. Heyman says this is a larger than
life presentation for a larger than life personality. Heyman calls Punk the
greatest WWE Champion of all time. Heyman says Punk asked him to put together
Team Punk for Survivor Series. Heyman brings out the first member of Team Punk
and it's The Miz.
Heyman brings out Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow next.
Heyman calls the next person an almost co-captain and brings out Alberto Del
Rio. Team Punk is assembled and will have Heyman and Ricardo at ringside. Punk
takes the mic and tells the crowd to shut up and listen. Punk says Survivor
Series will be a celebration of him holding the WWE Title for one year. Punk
starts ripping Foley and out he comes.
Foley hits the ring and the crowd
chants for him. Foley says he has a problem calling Punk a man. They go back and
forth on the mic. Foley puts over his team. Foley brings out the first man for
his team and it's Kofi Kingston. Out next comes Kane and Daniel Bryan. They join
everyone else in the ring. Foley reveals the next man to be Randy Orton. Punk
says their plan is to individually eliminate everyone but Foley so Punk can
personally get his hands on him. Foley. Foley says that's a good plan but he's
not competing. Foley will be in their corner. He brings out the final member of
his team - Ryback. Ryback stares at Punk as a brawl breaks out. Ryback hits the
ring as Punk leaves with Heyman. Everyone else is brawling as Ryback still
stares Punk down. Punk raises the WWE Title from the stage as Ryback stands with
Team Foley in the ring. The crowd chants "feed me more." Ryback levels Cody with
a clothesline. Ryback lifts Cody up for Shell Shocked and nails it as Punk looks
on from the stage. Ryback chants "feed me more" as RAW goes off the air.
Dolph Ziggler had promised for weeks
that he would cash in
his Money in the Bank
briefcase at Hell In a Cell but
did not. Ziggler spoke to WWE.com cameras after the pay-per-view and said he didn't cash in
because he's not a dummy and doesn't announce when he will cash in ahead of
time. Ziggler says anyone who believed he would cash in is a sheep like the
As seen at WWE Hell In a Cell last night, Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio debuted new masks. Rey's mask features Cara's design on the back while Cara's mask features Rey's design on the back. They will be using these masks from here on out.
- WWE officials were not happy at all with the crowd at last night's Hell In a Cell pay-per-view. The feeling was that the main event would have came off better on TV if the crowd would have been into it like officials expected.
Security at last night's WWE Hell In a Cell pay-per-view were told to remove all signs related to Bill Goldberg. WWE officials were afraid the signs would encourage Goldberg chants since they were in Atlanta and Ryback was in the main event.
WWE Champion CM Punk def. Ryback (Hell in a Cell Match) Big Show def. World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus Divas Champion Eve def. Layla and Kaitlyn (Divas Championship Triple Threat Match) Team Rhodes Scholars def. Team Hell No by Disqualification Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara def. The Prime Time Players Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston def. The Miz United States Champion Antonio Cesaro def. Justin Gabriel Randy Orton def. Alberto Del Rio
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