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Monday, Week 1, October, 2012


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW:


Non-Title: WWE Champion CM Punk versus John Cena
This Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View CM Punk will put his WWE Championship on the line inside the legendary Hell in a Cell structure against the undefeated, and perhaps unstoppable, Ryback. Before then, however, CM Punk must take on John Cena in tonight’s Monday Night RAW non-title main event. John Cena tweeted at the weekend that he is now medically cleared to compete following the injury to his arm and he will likely want to get his hands on Punk in the worst way. CM Punk’s associate Paul Heyman will probably be with Punk at ringside tonight but may the WWE Champion and the self proclaimed “Best in the World” be a little preoccupied with the human wrecking ball that is known as Ryback following Ryback’s assault on Punk last week on RAW after their contract signing? We may also hear tonight on RAW why John Cena decided to let Mr. McMahon choose Ryback to face CM Punk this Sunday at Hell in a Cell instead of campaign more strongly to face Punk himself. Whatever the result, the Monday Night RAW General Manager AJ Lee has made a great main event for tonight’s show.

Ryback versus Michael McGillicutty
The undefeated Ryback will also be in action tonight on Monday Night RAW just six days before he challenges CM Punk for the WWE Championship at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View inside the Hell in a Cell. With Ryback just six days away from the biggest match of his young career he may already be looking ahead to Sunday, but he will have a competitive challenge tonight on Monday Night RAW in the form of the Third Generation Superstar and former Nexus member Michael McGillicutty. Michael McGillicutty is a former WWE Tag Team Champion in his own right so Ryback may not have things all his own way tonight on RAW. Both CM Punk and his associate Paul Heyman will likely be paying close attention to this match as they scout the man that CM Punk will face inside Hell in a Cell this Sunday, but CM Punk will also have to be aware that he will be taking on the former ten time WWE Champion John Cena in tonight’s Monday Night RAW non-title main event, a match that General Manager AJ Lee announced via a tweet earlier today.

Brodus Clay versus The Miz
The last few weeks have been some of the worst weeks in the Miz’s WWE career as on Monday Night RAW two weeks ago he was embarrassed by legendary broadcaster Larry King on RAW’s episode of “Larry King Now” as Larry King’s wife threw water over the Miz. The Miz then went on to lose to Kofi Kingston last week on Monday Night RAW as Kofi Kingston hit Miz with a devastating Trouble In Paradise that left the WWE Intercontinental Champion needing stitches in his head. Last week would only get worse for the Miz as Kofi Kingston defeated him to win the Intercontinental Championship. The Miz announced last Friday on Friday Night SmackDown! that he will invoke his rematch clause against Kofi Kingston this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. Before that, however, the Miz will be in action tonight on Monday Night RAW as the General Manager AJ Lee has put the Miz in a match against the “Funkasaurus” Brodus Clay. Brodus tweeted earlier today that due to financial restraints he has had to let the lovely and beautiful “Funkadaktylls” Cameron and Naomi go and will be heading to the ring unaccompanied for the first time tonight. Will this affect Brodus or will he be able to pick up a big win that will further infuriate the Miz just six days before he will challenge the new Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston for the title he lost last week? We’ll find out tonight, live, only on Monday Night RAW.

Santino Marella and Zack Ryder versus Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks
Monday Night RAW’s longest weekly episodic television show will also feature some exciting tag team action tonight as Santino Marella and Zack Ryder, who have been calling themselves “Team CoBro”, will be in action against the highly confident team of Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks. The WWE United States Champion Antonio Cesaro will likely be paying close attention to this match as he tweeted the announcement at the weekend that he will be putting his US Championship on the line against Santino Marella and the Cobra this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. Santino will therefore be looking for a victory tonight to build momentum heading into his title shot this Sunday whereas Hawkins and Reks will be looking to impress the Monday Night RAW General Manager AJ Lee in a rare television appearance. A couple of wins for Hawkins and Reks could well put them in the WWE Tag Team Championship picture, although we do know that the reigning Champions Team Hell No will be defending their titles against Team Rhodes Scholars this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View.



Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix
Tonight sees the triumphant return to television of WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler as he will return to the commentary booth, joining fellow Hall of Famer “Good Ol’ JR” Jim Ross as well as Michael Cole, following the massive heart attack he suffered last month during a live television broadcast. What better way to welcome Jerry Lawler back than by having his all time favourite WWE Diva, Kelly Kelly, in action on Monday Night RAW for the first time in months as she takes on the former WWE Divas Champion Beth Phoenix. Will Kelly Kelly welcome the “King” back to RAW with a victory or will the stronger Beth Phoenix come out on top? We’ll find out tonight live, only on Monday Night RAW.


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Non-Title: WWE Champion CM Punk versus John Cena
Ryback versus Michael McGillicutty
Brodus Clay versus The Miz
Santino Marella and Zack Ryder versus Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks
Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix


(Predictions are welcomed, there will be a prediction contest held every month.)

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Non-Title: WWE Champion CM Punk versus John Cena
Ryback versus Michael McGillicutty
Brodus Clay versus The Miz
Santino Marella and Zack Ryder versus Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks
Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix
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Monday, Week 1, October, 2012


WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from The Palace Of Auburn Hills (MI), 24,276 in Attendance)


Pre-Show: Alex Riley versus JTG
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, JTG defeated Alex Riley in 17:42 by pinfall with Da Shout Out. This match was too long given who was involved.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Mason Ryan versus Tensai
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Tensai defeated Mason Ryan in 17:49 by pinfall with a Corner Splash. Mason Ryan is improving in technical skills.
Match Rating: C+

Before the live television show begins, Michael Cole makes his way to the ring, and takes a microphone from the ringside area. Cole says that he would like to welcome his broadcast colleagues for this evening, beginning with the WWE Hall of Famer, “Good Ol’ JR” Jim Ross. JR comes to the ring and shakes hands with Michael Cole. Cole then says that the next introduction he is going to make is very important and emotional for him personally, as last month his friend and broadcast colleague Jerry “The King” Lawler suffered a massive heart attack whilst broadcasting Monday Night RAW. Cole says that he is delighted to welcome Jerry Lawler back tonight. Lawler comes to the ring, and hugs both JR and Cole. King thanks the WWE Universe for their support and all three men then take up their positions at the commentary table.
Rating: C-

Before Monday Night RAW goes live on television, Paul Heyman makes his way to the ring. Heyman takes a microphone and says that he is about to introduce the WWE Champion so the WWE Universe in attendance better show some respect once RAW goes on the air.
Rating: B

Monday Night RAW begins with Paul Heyman standing in the ring, and he is quick to introduce the WWE Champion, a man who he calls the “Best in the World”, CM Punk. CM Punk then comes to the ring and shakes hands with Heyman as he is handed the microphone. Punk says that due the inadequacies of the WWE Chairman Mr. McMahon he has to face Ryback inside a Hell in a Cell this Sunday with his WWE Championship on the line, but that if that wasn’t bad enough, due to the stupidity and lunacy of the General Manager AJ Lee, he has to face John Cena in tonight’s Monday Night RAW main event. Punk says that he should be shown more respect, before he and Heyman head to the back.
Rating: B

Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Kelly Kelly defeated Beth Phoenix in 7:58 by pinfall with a K2. Natalya accompanied Beth Phoenix to ringside.
Match Rating: C+

The WWE United States Champion Antonio Cesaro comes to the ring and says that he is outraged that he has to put his title on the line at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View this Sunday against Santino Marella. Vickie Guerrero then comes to the entrance-way and says that she has an important announcement to make later on, but right now she wants to welcome back a man who has rejoined her and who she will lead to the United States Championship, Jack Swagger. Swagger then joins Vickie on the entrance-way and signals to Cesaro that he wants a shot at the US Championship.
Rating: C

Santino Marella and Zack Ryder versus Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Team CoBro defeated Tyler Reks & Curt Hawkins in 7:45 when Santino Marella defeated Tyler Reks by submission with a Cobra Clutch. Tyler Reks and Curt Hawkins really struggled to work together during this match and miscommunication led to them losing the match, they may not team together for much longer on this evidence.
Match Rating: C




The Monday Night RAW General Manager AJ Lee comes to the ring and says that unfortunately she has to resign as General Manager of RAW as the Board of Directors have been informed that she has been fraternising with a WWE Superstar. AJ says that she denies this, but unfortunately her position is untenable. Vickie Guerrero then comes to the ring and announces that she has been made the new Managing Supervisor of RAW and that it’s now time to take out the trash. Beth Phoenix, Natalya, and a returning Kharma then march to the ring and grab AJ Lee, escorting her out of the arena as Vickie laughs maniacally.
Rating: C+

Ryback versus Michael McGillicutty
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Ryback defeated Michael McGillicutty in 8:06 by pinfall with a Suplex Powerslam. Ryback is showing lots of signs of improvement.
Match Rating: C

We cut backstage to find CM Punk and Paul Heyman watching highlights of Ryback’s victory on a monitor as well as other Superstars such as the US Champion Antonio Cesaro, Tensai, Tyler Reks, Curt Hawkins and JTG. Paul Heyman tells Punk that he is far superior to McGillicutty and will become the first man to defeat Ryback this Sunday inside Hell in a Cell.
Rating: B

Brodus Clay versus The Miz
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, The Miz defeated Brodus Clay in 7:44 by pinfall with a Skull Crushing Finale. The announcers note that this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Miz will receive his rematch with Kofi Kingston for the Intercontinental Championship.
Match Rating: C

AJ Lee is shown backstage, lying on the floor in tears. John Cena then approaches AJ and asks if she is alright. AJ says that John Cena is the Superstar that the Board of Directors think she has been fraternising with. Cena says that’s ridiculous and that he’ll go to Vickie Guerrero and sort things out. AJ tells Cena that there’s no point, and to focus on his main event match with CM Punk, which is next.
Rating: C+


Non-Title: WWE Champion CM Punk versus John Cena
In a superb bout that had great wrestling and a sizzling crowd, CM Punk defeated John Cena in 17:39 by submission with an Anaconda Vice. Punk and Cena have great chemistry as opponents in the ring.
Match Rating: B+

Post-Show: The Road Dogg versus Jack Swagger
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Jack Swagger defeated The Road Dogg in 13:08 by pinfall with a Red, White and Blue Thunder Bomb.
Match Rating: D+

Backstage Fallout: We see Kelly Kelly packing up her things getting ready to leave the arena, when the new RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero congratulates her on her victory over Beth Phoenix earlier. Kelly says that what Vickie did to AJ Lee tonight was disgusting.
Rating: C

Backstage Fallout: Kelly Kelly is just about to get into her car to leave the arena when Beth Phoenix, Natalya and Kharma attack Kelly, beating her to the concrete floor. Vickie Guerrero can be seen smiling in the background, and she tells Kelly that she is going to make her life miserable now that she is in charge of RAW.
Rating: B-

Final Show Rating: B



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SteenBTW: 3/5

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Tuesday, Week 1, October, 2012


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE NXT:


Bo Dallas versus Dean Ambrose
Bo Dallas is a Second Generation Superstar, the son of Mike Rotunda, otherwise known as the I.R.S. He is a young lion and has been performing well on NXT during the past few months, and would love nothing more than to challenge his good friend Richie Steamboat for the NXT Championship. Tonight in NXT’s main event he will take on Dean Ambrose, who will be making his debut on NXT tonight. Dean Ambrose is a degenerate who doesn’t like to conform, and will be looking to make an immediate impact tonight on NXT against the more established Bo Dallas. Dean Ambrose is twenty-six years old and is an eight year pro, so knows what it takes to compete in this industry but the main event of NXT tonight will be his biggest test yet. Bo Dallas is only twenty-one years old but has been competing for four years, and has been trained by some of the best in the business and looks to have had a lot of his father’s skills passed down to him. Bo Dallas has already achieved a lot just by coming back from a horrific injury which could have ended his young career.

Xavier Woods versus William Regal
William Regal has decided to take a break from his broadcasting duties on NXT and tonight will return to competing, something of which he knows a lot about. The veteran William Regal will take on Xavier Woods, who will also be making his debut on NXT tonight. Xavier Woods likes to have fun, and will hope to have fun tonight against the far more experienced William Regal. Woods is twenty-six years old but is already a seven year pro. Woods is an avid movie fanatic and bases a lot his life around his idol, Apollo Creed, from the famed “Rocky” series. Woods has been training for this opportunity for months and not many come bigger than a match on NXT against William Regal, a man who has held over sixty championships worldwide throughout his career including four in the now defunct WCW and fifteen in WWE. In William Regal’s autobiography, “Walking a Golden Mile”, he discusses the multiple drug problems he has encountered as well as overcome throughout his illustrious career as well as the major heart defect which could have stopped him from competing but the wily veteran Regal tonight returns to the ring at forty-four years old after over a year of announcing on NXT. Regal is a twenty-nine year pro, and although some see him as a Snobby Englishman he is highly revered in the sports entertainment business and will look to teach Xavier Woods a thing or two tonight.

NXT Champion Seth Rollins & Richie Steamboat vs. Raines & Big E Langston
The NXT Champion Seth Rollins will be in action tonight on NXT as he will team up with the son of the legendary Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, Richie Steamboat, to take on the team of the relatively unknown Calvin Raines as well as the seemingly unstoppable behemoth of a man, the huge Big E Langston. Tonight will be the first time that either of these two teams have teamed together and Calvin Raines will also be making his debut on NXT. Not much is known of Calvin Raines, but he is thirty-one years old, an eight year pro and considers himself as a “Bad Ass” according to those that do know him. Big E Langston certainly fits that description and at twenty-nine years old, having only been competing for two years, already looks set to have a great career in this business. Having been pinning opponents for the “Five Count” in recent weeks, the six foot one, two-hundred and eighty pounds Big E Langston will have a tougher test tonight in this tag team match against the team of Rollins and Steamboat. Seth Rollins has held the NXT Championship for almost a month now since defeating Jinder Mahal in the finals of the Gold Rush tournament to become the first ever NXT Champion and two weeks ago on NXT he defeated Michael McGillicutty in his first title defence as the WWE Champion CM Punk looked on at the announcers table. Seth Rollins is interested in dark grunge, and is a seven year pro at twenty-six years old. The NXT Champion’s style is a combination of his martial arts skill along with his high-flying ability and he has impressed many in his reign as NXT Champion. Rollins’ partner tonight, Rickie Steamboat, is of Hawaiian descent just as his father, Ricky Steamboat, and also like his father he likes to think of himself as something of a Dragon, both in the ring and outside of it. Richie Steamboat is twenty-five years old and has been competing for three years, but is already showing signs that he can become just as good as his Father was. It may not be too long before Richie Steamboat is competing in the WWE on either Monday Night RAW or Friday Night SmackDown!

Maxine is also rumoured to be at NXT tonight, as she tweeted earlier today that she is heading to Florida and that all the men there should watch out. Many would call Maxine a “bitch”, and she has also been known as something of a man eater during her time on NXT in the past. The other NXT Divas, such as Audrey Marie, should perhaps watch out if Maxine sets her sights on them tonight. Maxine is a former model and although she is American she has a Hispanic background. Maxine is a twenty-six years old Diva and has been competing for three years. This already makes Maxine more experienced than the likes of Audrey Marie, as Marie has been competing for only one year and is two years younger than Maxine at twenty-four years old. These two Divas could well have a confrontation tonight on NXT.




Quick Picks:
Bo Dallas versus Dean Ambrose
Xavier Woods versus William Regal
NXT Champion Seth Rollins & Richie Steamboat vs. Raines & Big E Langston


(Predictions are welcomed, there will be a prediction contest held every month.)
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What kind of Destiny diary is this?

Where is Charlie Sheen?

Why haven't you put Lea Michele and Katie Holmes in a Hell in the Cell match?

You are slipping Don Destiny.
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This looks interesting. What mod are you using?
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Thanks for your comments. It's the NPR May 2012 mod which I updated myself to October 2012.
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Tuesday, Week 1, October, 2012


WWE NXT (Live from Savannah Centre Promenade (GA), 400 in Attendance)

NXT begins with Audrey Marie making her way to the ring. Audrey Marie takes a microphone from the ringside area and says that there are some great Divas on NXT, but there are also a few, such as Raquel Diaz, who like to look down on the others. Marie says that she is not a fan of Raquel Diaz’s “Exfoliating Ugly” tour and finds it degrading and humiliating to the other Divas on the NXT roster. She says that she is glad that Raquel Diaz is not here tonight, and that although she appreciates that Raquel Diaz is a part of the legendary Guerrero family, being the daughter of the late, great, WWE Hall of Famer Eddie Guerrero, she disrespects her as a person. Maxine, looking beautiful as ever; then makes her way to the ring, making her first appearance in NXT in several months. Maxine takes a microphone of her own and tells Audrey Marie that she thinks what Raquel Diaz is a good thing, as it might help get rid of ugly trash such as Audrey Marie. Maxine says that Audrey Marie is a boring Diva, and that Maxine has returned to NXT to help Raquel Diaz rid NXT of boring Divas like Audrey Marie. Marie says that it’s true what Derrick Bateman told her about Maxine, she is a bitch. Maxine then tells Marie to never talk about her former fiancé Derrick Bateman. Maxine then slaps Audrey Marie across the face and the two soon get into a cat fight in the middle of the ring until officials from the back break up the confrontation.
Rating: D+

NXT Champion Seth Rollins & Richie Steamboat vs. Raines & Big E Langston
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Seth Rollins and Richie Steamboat defeated Calvin Raines and Big E Langston in 7:45 when Seth Rollins defeated Calvin Raines by pinfall with a Fade to Black. Although Big E Langston was able to use his power game against Rollins and Steamboat, Calvin Raines seemed to be the weakest link in this match and Seth Rollins was finally able to put Raines way. The NXT Champion Seth Rollins and Richie Steamboat both looked good in this match, Rollins continues to be a great NXT Champion and it might not be long until Richie Steamboat is competing in the WWE on either Monday Night RAW or Friday Night SmackDown!
Rating: D


Xavier Woods comes to the ring and is quick to retrieve a microphone from the ringside area. Woods says that he is looking forward to finally making his NXT debut, and couldn’t ask for a tougher opponent in the veteran William Regal. Woods thanks the NXT Commissioner Dusty Rhodes for giving him this opportunity, and says that all he wants to do is impress. Xavier Woods says that he bases himself off of Apollo Creed from the “Rocky” movies, and that he loves all of the Rocky films. Creed says that he has been training day in, day out, for this match in Florida for the past week. Creed says that although the weather in Florida is much nicer than in Russia, he has still been getting up early every morning to run up steps and to toss tyres around in the park. William Regal then joins Xavier Woods in the ring and takes a microphone of his own. Regal says that the fans in attendance tonight in this god forsaken part of the world are extremely lucky as they are about to witness an Englishman in action. Regal says that this will be his first match on NXT in almost a year, but that he is looking forward to stretching Xavier Woods up like a pretzel. Regal says that from now on he will solely compete on NXT, and that he has had enough of sitting on the commentary table with Byron Saxton, who he calls a cyst on the face of humanity. Regal says that Saxton will have to commentate matches by himself from now on as no other soul on NXT would want to sit next to Saxton, and that Jim Ross will no longer be calling the main events as he thinks he’s too good for NXT, now that he is commentating on RAW. Regal says that to be perfectly honest, he’s far too good to be facing young toe rags such as Xavier Woods. Regal then slaps Xavier Woods across the face, which leads to a brawl among the pair before officials once again rush to the ring in an attempt to break it up. William Regal will face Xavier Woods next on NXT.
Rating: C

Xavier Woods versus William Regal
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, William Regal defeated Xavier Woods in 13:08 by pinfall with a Regal Plex. Xavier Woods put up a good fight on his NXT debut but ultimately it was the veteran William Regal who picked up the all-important victory.
Match Rating: C







Bo Dallas versus Dean Ambrose
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Dean Ambrose defeated Bo Dallas in 7:44 by pinfall with a DDT. Dean Ambrose was really impressive tonight on his NXT debut, in a high profile match against the encouraging Second Generation Superstar Bo Dallas. Byron Saxton noted on commentary that the main event of NXT always has the higher ups of WWE watching closely and a victory for either man may well lead to them being given a contract by either the new Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero or the Friday Night SmackDown! General Manager Booker T. Bo Dallas looked impressive for large parts of the match and the NXT Universe was firmly behind him throughout but the at times seemingly unhinged Dean Ambrose paid no attention to the live crowd in attendance as he slowly began to gain the upper hand and methodically worked on the head and upper body of Dallas before hitting him with a devastating DDT which ultimately gained him the three count.
Match Rating: D

Final Show Rating: D+


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Thursday, Week 1, October, 2012


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Superstars:


Santino Marella and Zack Ryder versus The Prime Time Players
This Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Santino Marella will challenge Antonio Cesaro for the WWE United States Championship but before then he will team up with Zack Ryder tonight on WWE Superstars to take on the team of Darren Young and Titus O’Neil, collectively known as the Prime Time Players. Team “CoBro” of Santino Marella and Zack Ryder were victorious this past week on Monday Night RAW as they successfully defeated the team of Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks, albeit due to some unfortunate miscommunication between Hawkins and Reks, and will be looking for a second victory this week tonight. Both of these teams competed in the recent Tag Team Tournament to determine the Number One Contenders to the WWE Tag Team Championships at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View, the tournament which was ultimately won by Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow, Team Rhodes Scholars. Santino and Ryder were ultimately eliminated from the tournament in the semi finals by Team Rhodes Scholars, whereas the Prime Time Players were also eliminated in the semi finals, by the team of Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara, who would go on to lose to Team Rhodes Scholars last week on Monday Night RAW in the final of the tournament. The WWE United States Champion Antonio Cesaro will likely be watching this match with interest as he prepares to put his title on the line against Santino Marella and the “Cobra” this Sunday.

The Uso’s versus Team Rhodes Scholars
Speaking of tag teams, the Number One Contenders to the WWE Tag Team Championships, Team Rhodes Scholars, will also be in action tonight on WWE Superstars as they will take on the team of Jimmy and Jey Uso, collectively known as the Uso’s. By virtue of winning the recent Tag Team Tournament, after defeating the team of Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara in the finals last week on Monday Night RAW, Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow will challenge Kane and Daniel Bryan, Team Hell No, for the WWE Tag Team Championships this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. The Uso’s also competed in the Tag Team Number One Contenders tournament but were unable to advance past the first round, however the twin brothers have been teaming for several years and have the definite experience edge against Team Rhodes Scholars in tonight’s tag team contest. Can Team Rhodes Scholars pick up the all-important victory to build momentum heading into this Sunday?

Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu versus Hunico and Camacho
The third match taking place on tonight’s episode of WWE Superstars is also a tag team contest, meaning that all three matches on tonight’s show will feature tag teams. This shows the tremendous recent resurgence of the WWE tag team division with many teams feeling that Team Hell No, the reigning WWE Tag Team Champions, are just one implosion away from losing the WWE Tag Team Championships and several teams jockeying in position hoping to be the next in line for a shot at the titles after Kane and Daniel Bryan put them on the line this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View against the team of Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow, Team Rhodes Scholars. Two relatively newly formed teams will compete tonight on WWE Superstars as Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu, a high-flying duo known for their daredevil antics inside the ring, will take on the Hispanic pairing of Hunico and Camacho. Hunico and Camacho have known one another for many years and may have the experience edge heading into this match, and the brute power of Camacho may well be the difference maker tonight. On the other hand, Trent and Yoshi have both been WWE Superstars for a number of years now without making too many waves and perhaps their tag team could lead to success for the young high-flyers.

This Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View the Celtic Warrior Sheamus will put his World Heavyweight Championship on the line against the Big Show as the two face one another for the very first time in singles competition. The “Viper” Randy Orton will also be in action this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View as he will take on the Mexican Aristocrat Alberto Del Rio in one on one action. Tonight on WWE Superstars both of these matches will be previewed and the main event of this week’s Friday Night SmackDown will also be officially announced, as Booker T tweeted earlier today that Sheamus will team with Randy Orton tomorrow night on Friday Night SmackDown to take on the team of the Big Show and Alberto Del Rio for the very first time. Tonight’s WWE Superstars will show touts from all four men heading into tomorrow night’s huge tag team main event.








Finally, this past August saw perhaps the biggest Summerslam main event of all time as Triple H took on Brock Lesnar in what was promoted as the “Perfect Storm”. The WWE Summerslam DVD continues to be the Number One Selling Sports DVD in the United States and tonight on WWE Superstars exclusive highlights will be shown of the match which many experts believe was Triple H’s final bow in in-ring competition. Exclusive clips of a Paul Heyman interview that was made directly after Lesnar’s victory at Summerslam, extras on the Summerslam DVD, will also be shown. As well as this, further never before seen footage of the aftermath of the Summerslam main event will be aired tonight on WWE Superstars, showing the extent of Triple H’s injuries that he suffered at the hands of the “Baddest Man on the Planet” Brock Lesnar.






Quick Picks:
Santino Marella and Zack Ryder versus The Prime Time Players
The Uso’s versus Team Rhodes Scholars
Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu versus Hunico and Camacho

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Thursday, Week 1, October, 2012


WWE Superstars (Live from the Avron B. Fogelman Arena (LA), 3,569 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Layla versus Aksana
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Layla defeated Aksana in 17:37 by pinfall with a Face Lift. Aksana was visibly tiring towards the end of this match.
Match Rating: D

Pre-Show: IC Champion Kofi Kingston & R-Truth versus JTG & Michael McGillicutty
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Kofi Kingston & R- Truth defeated JTG & McGillicutty in 17:39 when Kofi Kingston defeated Michael McGillicutty by pinfall with a Trouble in Paradise. Despite picking up the victory for his team, Kofi Kingston was really off his game tonight. It looks as though the tag team of Kofi and Truth may be finished now that Kofi Kingston is the Intercontinental Champion as Kofi seemed more preoccupied with his title defence this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View against the former Intercontinental Champion, the Miz.
Match Rating: C

Pre-Show: Sin Cara versus Johnny Curtis
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Sin Cara defeated Johnny Curtis in 18:30 by pinfall with a La Mística. This match was too long given who was involved, with many people still not really knowing too much about the weird character that is Johnny Curtis.
Match Rating: C









The Uso’s versus Team Rhodes Scholars
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Team Rhodes Scholars defeated The Uso's in 8:28 when Cody Rhodes defeated Jey Uso by pinfall with a Cross Rhodes. Jey Uso was really off his game tonight which may have led to Rhodes hitting Jey with the Cross Rhodes to win the match for his team. If Rhodes is able to do the same to either Kane or Daniel Bryan this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View then Team Rhodes Scholars will become the new WWE Tag Team Champions.
Match Rating: C

We are treated to highlights of the main event of this past August’s WWE Summerslam Pay-Per-View, as the Corporate Operations Officer of the WWE, Triple H, took on Brock Lesnar in a match that was billed as the “Perfect Storm”. Vivid highlights of the match are shown, and the finish to the match in which Brock Lesnar broke the arm of Triple H and may well have ended the Game’s in-ring career is shown in seven different angles, as well as in super slow-motion. Triple H can be heard in the background of the highlights saying that he knew his arm was broken as soon as Lesnar applied the torque to the arm bar and that he honestly doesn’t know if he will ever compete inside a WWE ring again. An interview with the mastermind behind Brock Lesnar’s success, Paul Heyman, is then aired in which he says that Triple H got exactly what he deserved for daring to cross Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman, and that now Paul Heyman is aligned with CM Punk, there is nothing stopping CM Punk from becoming the longest reigning WWE Champion of all time. Paul Heyman says that he has always brought immediate success to everyone that has aligned themselves with him and that this Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View CM Punk will defeat Ryback inside Hell in a Cell to retain his WWE Championship, just as he defeated John Cena this past week on Monday Night RAW.
Rating: B

Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu versus Hunico and Camacho
In an extremely short match, Trent & Yoshi defeated Hunico & Camacho in 3:06 when Trent Barreta defeated Camacho by pinfall with a Gobstopper Knee. Although this was admittedly a very quick match, the newly formed tag team of Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu showed great signs as a tag team, making quick work of the more experienced team of Hunico and Camacho, leading to Josh Mathews saying on commentary that with a few more victories under their belt, people would have to start sitting up and paying attention to Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu.
Match Rating: D

We are shown highlights of the contest from last week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown in which both Sheamus and the Big Show hit their signature manoeuvres on a punch bag that was hooked up to a computer measuring the exact force of the different moves. In this contest, it was judged that the Big Show’s Knock Out Punch is almost twice as powerful as the World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus’ Brogue Kick. This Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Sheamus and the Big Show will go one on one for the very first time with Sheamus’ World Heavyweight Championship on the line. We are then shown touts from both Sheamus and the Big Show, Sheamus saying that he is looking forward to facing the Big Show this Sunday and the Big Show saying that he has had enough of people laughing at him and he is ready to start knocking people out, beginning tomorrow night on Friday Night SmackDown when the Big Show will team with Alberto Del Rio to take on the team of Sheamus and Randy Orton. Touts from Orton and Del Rio are then shown, with Orton saying that he will prove this Sunday that he is the real Apex Predator and a tout from Del Rio saying that he will make the Viper extinct this Sunday.
Rating: B

Santino Marella and Zack Ryder versus The Prime Time Players
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Team CoBro defeated Prime Time Players in 8:29 when Santino Marella defeated Titus O'Neil by pinfall with the Cobra. Abraham Washington returned to ringside with the Prime Time Players tonight after not being seen for almost a month. Despite AW’s presence, Santino and Ryder were still able to get the win with Santino looking good heading into his US title shot this Sunday.
Match Rating: C

Post-Show: Alex Riley versus Abraham Washington
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Alex Riley defeated Abraham Washington in 12:44 by pinfall with a Spiked DDT. AW took off his suit following the main event to compete in this match but the Prime Time Players did not stay around to support him for it.
Match Rating: D-





Post-Show: Non-Title: United States Champion Antonio Cesaro versus Ezekiel
In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, Antonio Cesaro defeated Ezekiel in 12:39 by pinfall with a Swiss Death. Cesaro picked up a victory heading into his title defence against Santino this Sunday.
Match Rating: D-

Final Show Rating: C


Prediction League Table:

SteenBTW: 3/5
Smasher1311: 1/3
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The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown:


World Champion Sheamus and Randy Orton versus Big Show and Alberto Del Rio
This Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Sheamus will put his World Heavyweight Championship on the line against the Big Show as the pair face off in singles competition for the very first time. Randy Orton will also take on Alberto Del Rio this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. Tonight, as announced by Booker T in a tweet yesterday, Sheamus will team with Randy Orton to take on the team of the Big Show and Alberto Del Rio in tonight’s Friday Night SmackDown tag team main event. Tonight will be the very first time that this particular tag team match will ever have taken place.

Tyson Kidd versus Mr. Money in the Bank Dolph Ziggler
Friday Night SmackDown’s Money in the Bank winner Dolph Ziggler will also be in action tonight on SmackDown as he will take on the last ever graduate of the famed Hart Family Dungeon, Tyson Kidd. What we do not know is whether Vickie Guerrero, the new Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor, will accompany Ziggler to the ring tonight following the revelation from this past Monday night that she is temporarily in charge of RAW following the resignation of AJ Lee. Vickie Guerrero also announced on RAW that Jack Swagger was once again among her clients, and the last time Vickie had both Swagger and Ziggler in her stable the pair were unable to get on. Will Vickie continue to represent Ziggler tonight on SmackDown? Dolph Ziggler has also previously guaranteed that he will cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase this Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View, is this a genuine guarantee from Ziggler or simply mind games heading into Sheamus’ title defence against Big Show this Sunday? One thing is for certain, and that is that every single WWE Superstar that has previously cashed in the Money in the Bank briefcase has gone on to become either the World Champion or the WWE Champion, except for John Cena, who earlier this year gave CM Punk a week’s preparation heading into their title match which ended in controversial circumstances following the interference of the Big Show. Tyson Kidd will be stiff competition for Ziggler tonight and Kidd knows a win tonight may get the attention of the General Manager Booker T.



Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No versus Primo and Epico
Kane and Daniel Bryan, otherwise known as Team Hell No, seem to be the most dysfunctional tag team pairing in WWE history, but they need to start getting on and working as a cohesive unit as this Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View they will put their WWE Tag Team Championships on the line against the winners of the Tag Team Number One Contenders Tournament, Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow, otherwise known as Team Rhodes Scholars. Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow defeated the team of Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara last week on Monday Night RAW to win the Tag Team Number One Contenders Tournament to become the Number One Contenders to the Tag Team Championships, and will be paying a close eye on this match tonight as Team Hell No will take on the former WWE Tag Team Champions, Primo and Epico, in non-title action. Team Rhodes Scholars were victorious in tag team action themselves last night on WWE Superstars as they defeated the team of Jimmy and Jey Uso, the twin brothers of Samoan heritage known as the Uso’s, and Kane and Bryan will also be hoping for a victory tonight to build all-important momentum heading into their Championship defence this Sunday. Primo and Epico were WWE Tag Team Champions earlier this year, losing the titles to Kofi Kingston and R-Truth back in April. A win for the Puerto Rican pairing of Primo and Epico tonight could put them back in the hunt for a Championship opportunity.

The Uso’s versus Heath Slater and Drew McIntyre
Last week on Monday Night RAW the trio of Heath Slater, Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal revealed that they wanted to be known as 3MB, presumably standing for Three Man Band. Tonight 3MB face their first real test as a unit as Heath Slater will team with Drew McIntyre to take on the team of Jimmy and Jey, the Uso’s. As aforementioned, the Uso’s were in action just last night on WWE Superstars in a losing effort to Team Rhodes Scholars, so they will be looking to get back on track tonight with a win over Slater and McIntyre and to stop 3MB from building any momentum.








Christian versus The Miz
“Captain Charisma” Christian will make his triumphant return to action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown following a serious injury suffered earlier this year at the hands of the United States Champion Antonio Cesaro as he will take on the former Intercontinental Champion the Miz in singles competition. The Miz will challenge Kofi Kingston for the WWE Intercontinental Championship this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View and will be hoping to win his title back following the loss last week.

Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Eve versus Alicia Fox
Finally, the WWE Divas Champion Eve will be in action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown in non-title action against Alicia Fox. A tweet from Kaitlyn earlier today revealed that Kaitlyn will challenge Eve for the Divas Championship this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View, but will we find out tonight what Kaitlyn saw on Eve’s iPad last week?



Quick Picks:
World Champion Sheamus and Randy Orton versus Big Show and Alberto Del Rio
Tyson Kidd versus Mr. Money in the Bank Dolph Ziggler
Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No versus Primo and Epico
The Uso’s versus Heath Slater and Drew McIntyre
Christian versus The Miz
Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Eve versus Alicia Fox

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WWE Friday Night SmackDown (Live from the Pepsi Center (CO), 18,007 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Tamina versus Rosa Mendes
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Tamina defeated Rosa Mendes in 17:52 by pinfall with a Samoan Drop. Tamina was visibly tiring towards the end of this match.
Match Rating: D-

Pre-Show: Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu versus Hunico and Camacho
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Trent & Yoshi defeated Hunico & Camacho in 18:18 when Trent Barreta defeated Camacho by pinfall with a Gobstopper Knee. This match was too long given who was involved, with it being over ten minutes longer than their match on WWE Superstars last night. Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu are still not very well known.
Match Rating: D

Pre-Show: Sin Cara versus David Otunga
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Sin Cara defeated David Otunga in 17:55 by pinfall with a La Mística. This match was also too long given who was involved.
Match Rating: C+

Friday Night SmackDown! begins with the World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus making his way to the ring. Sheamus says that this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View he will defeat the Big Show in their first ever match as opponents to successfully retain his World Heavyweight Championship. Randy Orton then joins Sheamus in the ring and says that he knows that they are partners tonight in the main event against Alberto Del Rio and the Big Show, but that after Randy Orton defeats Alberto Del Rio this Sunday, he will be coming after Sheamus and the World Heavyweight Championship, that’s if Sheamus is successful against the Big Show and avoids Dolph Ziggler cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase. Sheamus tells Orton he’s already looking forward to it, before heading to the back.
Rating: B+

Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Eve versus Alicia Fox
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Eve defeated Alicia Fox in 7:59 by pinfall with a Moonsault. This wasn’t the best match, and the WWE Universe didn’t seem too interested in it.
Match Rating: D+

Following Eve’s victory Kaitlyn comes to the entrance-way, and she says that she would like to show everybody what she saw last week on Eve’s iPad. Kaitlyn then reads out an email from Eve to NXT Diva Paige, in which Eve promised Paige a SmackDown contract if she wore a blonde wig and attacked Kaitlyn before her scheduled title match at last month’s WWE Night of Champions Pay-Per-View. Eve says that she admits that she set up the attack, but that Kaitlyn should realise that none of the Divas are nice people. Eve said that if she hadn’t have attacked her then Alicia Fox may have, or even Kaitlyn’s friend, the former Champion Layla. Kaitlyn tells Eve that she doesn’t want to hear any of her excuses, and that she is looking forward to their title match this Sunday.
Rating: C+

Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No versus Primo and Epico
In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Team Hell No defeated Primo & Epico in 7:49 when Daniel Bryan defeated Epico by submission with a Cattle Mutilation. Primo and Epico showed excellent chemistry when teaming together, as the cousins demonstrated just how well they know one another, but they were unable to get the victory tonight.
Match Rating: C-

Following Team Hell No’s victory over Primo and Epico, the WWE Tag Team Champions Kane and Daniel Bryan continue to argue about which one of them is the Tag Team Champions before Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow, known as Team Rhodes Scholars, come to the entrance-way. Rhodes says that after this Sunday they won’t need to argue anymore as Team Rhodes Scholars will be the new WWE Tag Team Champions.
Rating: C-





Christian versus The Miz
In a bout that featured great action and great heat from the audience, The Miz defeated Christian in 7:51 by pinfall with a Skull Crushing Finale. Christian and the Miz just don’t click at all as opponents, and it showed in their performances.
Match Rating: C

We cut backstage to find Kofi Kingston watching highlights of the Miz’s victory over Christian on a monitor. The Intercontinental Champion then walks away down a corridor, and bumps into the Divas Champion Eve. Kofi asks Eve if she’s seen R-Truth, and she says that she doesn’t care where R-Truth is, and that she hopes the Miz defeats Kofi this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View to win back the Intercontinental Championship. Eve then storms off, leaving Kofi still not knowing where his tag team partner is.
Rating: C-

Tyson Kidd versus Mr. Money in the Bank Dolph Ziggler
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Dolph Ziggler defeated Tyson Kidd in 8:19 by pinfall with a Zig Zag. The Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero accompanied Dolph Ziggler to the ring for this match.
Match Rating: B-

Following the conclusion of Ziggler’s victory, he celebrates in the ring with both Vickie Guerrero and the Money in the Bank briefcase. R-Truth then surprisingly comes to the ring with a microphone and says that he knows that Ziggler and Vickie have kidnapped Little Jimmy, and he then grabs the Money in the Bank briefcase from Vickie and jumps out of the ring. Ziggler asks R-Truth what the hell he is talking about, and Truth says that he wants Ziggler to fight him this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View, and to bring Little Jimmy. Truth says that he’ll hold onto the briefcase for the time being. Ziggler agrees to face Truth on Sunday, and says that Little Jimmy may have starved by then. This infuriates R-Truth, who runs back into the ring and hits Ziggler across the skull with the Money in the Bank briefcase. Truth then runs off with the briefcase.
Rating: B






The Uso’s versus Heath Slater and Drew McIntyre
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Slater & McIntyre defeated The Uso's in 7:51 when Heath Slater defeated Jimmy Uso by pinfall with a Futureshock DDT. Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso showed excellent chemistry while teaming together due to being twin brothers, but were unable to pick up the victory on this occasion.
Match Rating: C

Booker T comes to the ring, and the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager asks the WWE Universe if they’ve enjoyed tonight’s show. The General Manager then introduces the participants for tonight’s tag team main event.
Rating: B

World Champion Sheamus and Randy Orton versus Big Show and Alberto Del Rio
In a bout that featured great action and great heat from the audience, Sheamus and Randy Orton defeated The Big Show and Alberto Del Rio in 8:26 when Sheamus defeated The Big Show by pinfall with a Brogue Kick. Ricardo Rodriguez accompanied Alberto Del Rio to ringside for this match but was unable to inspire his employer to victory.
Match Rating: C

Post-Show: Ezekiel versus Jinder Mahal
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Jinder Mahal defeated Ezekiel in 12:42 by pinfall with a Sands of Time. Tonight was a good night for 3MB following Slater and McIntyre’s tag team victory earlier.
Match Rating: D-

Post-Show: Layla versus Natalya
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Layla defeated Natalya in 12:33 by pinfall with a Lay-Out. This was a good victory for Layla and she will likely be paying close attention to the Divas title match this Sunday.
Match Rating: D+

Final Show Rating: C



Prediction League Table:

SteenBTW: 3/5
Smasher1311: 1/3
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Sunday, Week 1, October, 2012


The following contests are confirmed to take place at tonight’s WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View:


Hell in a Cell: WWE Championship: CM Punk © versus Ryback
Several weeks ago on Monday Night RAW, John Cena challenged the WWE Champion CM Punk to a Hell in a Cell match for the WWE Championship at tonight’s WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. Then Monday Night RAW General Manager AJ Lee decided that it was up to CM Punk if he were to accept Cena’s challenge to a Hell in a Cell match or not, and he continuously rejected the proposal, claiming that he had already beaten Cena enough times and that he had nothing to prove by entering Hell in a Cell with Cena. In his quest for respect CM Punk, with his associate Paul Heyman by his side, continued to crusade that he is the best in the World whilst humiliating WWE legends and Hall of Famers such as Mick Foley, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, “Good Ol’ JR” Jim Ross and Jerry “The King Lawler. On one occasion Punk was trying to embarrass Jim Ross which led to JR being supported by the undefeated Ryback. CM Punk would then go on to disrespect the Chairman of the WWE, Mr. McMahon which would lead to McMahon telling Punk that he would either face Ryback or John Cena at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View, and that the choice was his. However, Punk failed to make a decision in time which meant that he lost the chance to choose his opponent himself and John Cena advised Mr. McMahon to give Ryback the title match as what CM Punk needs is to get some respect beaten into him, which Ryback is more than capable of doing. Therefore tonight, CM Punk will put his WWE Championship on the line in a Hell in a Cell match against the undefeated Ryback.












World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus © versus The Big Show
Sheamus has held the World Heavyweight Championship ever since defeating Daniel Bryan, the former World Heavyweight Champion, back at Wrestlemania at the beginning of April in a match that lasted just eighteen seconds. In order to get his title match at Wrestlemania, Sheamus defeated twenty-nine other WWE Superstars from both Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown! in the Royal Rumble match in January. Therefore, Sheamus knows a lot about success, but tonight he may face his toughest challenge yet as he will put his World Heavyweight Championship on the line against the Big Show in his first ever match against him. Two weeks ago it was proven that the Big Show’s Knockout Punch is stronger than the Brogue Kick, and if the Big Show knocks Sheamus out tonight then he will surely become the new World Heavyweight Champion.

WWE Intercontinental Championship: Kofi Kingston © versus The Miz
Last week the Miz suffered two defeats at the hands of Kofi Kingston, as Kingston defeated the Miz on Monday Night RAW with a Trouble in Paradise kick so devastating it left the Miz having to receive stitches in his head. In the second match last week, Kingston defeated the Miz again, this time with the Miz’s WWE Intercontinental Championship on the line. Tonight the Miz will invoke his rematch clause as he tries to win back the Intercontinental Championship, meaning that Kofi Kingston’s fourth reign as Intercontinental Champion would only last a matter of weeks.

WWE United States Championship: Antonio Cesaro © versus Santino Marella
At the pre-show to the Summerslam Pay-Per-View back in August Antonio Cesaro defeated Santino Marella to become the WWE United States Champion for the very first time, in the process winning his first ever Championship in WWE. Tonight Santino Marella will challenge Antonio Cesaro for the title, and will hope that now Cesaro is not with Aksana, both Santino and the Cobra will not be distracted by her and Santino Marella will be able to become a two time United States Champion.








WWE Tag Team Championships: Team Hell No © versus Team Rhodes Scholars
Team Hell No, comprised of Kane and Daniel Bryan, are perhaps the most dysfunctional tag team in WWE history. It was by a mere chance that they were able to win the WWE Tag Team Champions at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View last month, defeating the former Champions Kofi Kingston and R-Truth despite arguing and fighting with one another throughout the match. Conversely, the team of Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow, Team Rhodes Scholars, seem to be on the same page after beating seven other tag teams to win the recent Tag Team Number One Contenders Tournament and the young team will look to capitalise on the unorthodox relationship of Kane and Daniel Bryan tonight to become the new WWE Tag Team Champions.

R-Truth versus Mr. Money in the Bank Dolph Ziggler
This past week on Friday Night SmackDown! R-Truth came to the ring in a frenzy claiming that Dolph Ziggler and Monday Night RAW’s Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero had kidnapped Little Jimmy. Truth would then steal Ziggler’s Money in the Bank briefcase and hit Ziggler across the skull with it after Ziggler accepted Truth’s challenge to a match tonight. Can Ziggler defeat the crazed Truth and get his briefcase back?

Randy Orton versus Alberto Del Rio
Several weeks ago on Friday Night SmackDown Alberto Del Rio would attack Randy Orton both before and after a Number One Contenders match between Randy Orton and the Big Show after Del Rio felt that Orton had stole his place in the main event match. Perhaps due to the attack prior to the match by Del Rio, Big Show would defeat Orton to become the Number One Contender to Sheamus’ World Heavyweight Championship. This left Randy Orton angry and looking for revenge, and the “Viper” may well get it tonight as he takes on Alberto Del Rio one on one.

WWE Divas Championship: Eve © versus Kaitlyn
Finally, it was revealed this past Friday on Friday Night SmackDown that Eve was the one behind Kaitlyn’s attack at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View as she promised NXT Diva Paige a contract on SmackDown if she wore a blonde wig and attacked Kaitlyn prior to Kaitlyn’s scheduled title defence against then Divas Champion Layla. Eve would of course go on to take Kaitlyn’s place in the match and defeat Layla to become the new Divas Champion but tonight Kaitlyn will finally receive her rightful title opportunity.


Quick Picks:
Hell in a Cell: WWE Championship: CM Punk © versus Ryback
World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus © versus The Big Show
WWE Intercontinental Championship: Kofi Kingston © versus The Miz
WWE United States Championship: Antonio Cesaro © versus Santino Marella
WWE Tag Team Championships: Team Hell No © versus Team Rhodes Scholars
R-Truth versus Mr. Money in the Bank Dolph Ziggler
Randy Orton versus Alberto Del Rio
WWE Divas Championship: Eve © versus Kaitlyn

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Sunday, Week 1, October, 2012


WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View (Live from the Verizon Center (DC), 18,277 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Layla versus Beth Phoenix
In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Layla defeated Beth Phoenix in 17:35 by pinfall with a Lay-Out. Natalya accompanied Beth Phoenix to ringside for this match.
Match Rating: C

Pre-Show: Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus Heath Slater and Drew McIntyre
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Slater & McIntyre defeated Brodus & Riley in 18:16 when Heath Slater defeated Brodus Clay by pinfall with a Futureshock DDT. Alex Riley seemed off his game tonight, perhaps he was nervous about performing on such a big event, albeit on the pre-show, given his lack of television time recently.
Match Rating: C

Pre-Show: John Cena versus Jack Swagger
In a match that had excellent in-ring action and great heat from the audience, John Cena defeated Jack Swagger in 17:55 by pinfall with an Attitude Adjustment. Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero accompanied Swagger to ringside.
Match Rating: B

WWE Tag Team Championships: Team Hell No © versus Team Rhodes Scholars
In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Team Hell No defeated Team Rhodes Scholars in 16:27 when Daniel Bryan defeated Damien Sandow by submission with a Guillotine Choke. Team Hell No make defence number 2 of their WWE Tag Team titles. JR is continuing to commentate following Jerry Lawler’s return in a three-man team alongside Michael Cole.
Match Rating: C


Glass can be heard shattering and the arena goes wild as “Stone Cold” Steve Austin comes to the ring. Austin takes a microphone and says that he, as well as several other former WWE Superstars, have been invited here tonight to talk about the Hell in a Cell match. Austin said that he had a great career but was unable to ever win a Hell in a Cell match. The WWE Champion CM Punk then interrupts Austin, coming to the ring and declaring that Austin never won a Hell in a Cell match because he was probably drunk all of the time. Punk says that in tonight’s main event he will prove that he is better than Austin ever was when he defeats Ryback inside the Hell in a Cell. Punk then slaps Austin before running to the back, leaving the “Texas Rattlesnake” fuming inside the ring.
Rating: A

WWE Divas Championship: Eve © versus Kaitlyn
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Eve defeated Kaitlyn in 7:57 by pinfall with a Swinging Neckbreaker. Eve makes defence number 1 of her WWE Divas title.
Match Rating: C-

A countdown clock appears on the Titantron and the WWE Universe erupts as Y2J appears on the screen before a returning Chris Jericho makes his way to the ring. Jericho says that he is here to talk about the Hell in a Cell match, but he also has some exciting news as Vickie Guerrero has rehired him. Jericho says that his Hell in a Cell match with Triple H probably took years off of his career. Before Jericho can say anything else, however, Brock Lesnar’s music hits and the “Baddest Man on the Planet” joins Jericho in the ring. Lesnar snatches the microphone out of Y2J’s hands and says that the most iconic Hell in a Cell moment was when he bloodied and battered the Undertaker inside Satan’s most sadistic structure. Lesnar says that if he wanted to he could break Jericho there and then, just like he broke Triple H at Summerslam. Jericho seems ready for a fight, but Lesnar laughs before leaving the ring, seemingly saving the fight for another day.
Rating: B

WWE United States Championship: Antonio Cesaro © versus Santino Marella
In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, Antonio Cesaro defeated Santino Marella in 7:43 by pinfall with a Springboard Swiss Uppercut. Antonio Cesaro makes defence number 2 of his WWE United States title.
Match Rating: C

We are treated to a pre-recorded interview with the “Great One”, the Rock. The Rock says that tonight CM Punk will defend his WWE Championship against Ryback in the most brutal match there is, Hell in a Cell, but to remember that the Rock hasn’t forgot what Punk did to him on RAW 1000 and reminds everyone that he will be challenging for the WWE Championship at the Royal Rumble.
Rating: A

WWE Intercontinental Championship: Kofi Kingston © versus The Miz
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Kofi Kingston defeated The Miz in 18:29 by pinfall with a Trouble in Paradise. Kofi Kingston makes defence number 1 of his WWE Intercontinental title.
Match Rating: C+

The screen goes back following replays of the Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston’s title defence, and a cabin can be seen on the Titantron. The video package continues with the camera moving closer and closer to the cabin before the door swings open. Darkness again, until the Undertaker can be seen looking into the camera. The Undertaker says that tonight two tortured souls in CM Punk and Ryback will go to war inside the Hell in a Cell, and that neither man will ever be the same again. Darkness again fills the arena, before the lights come back on.
Rating: B+

R-Truth versus Mr. Money in the Bank Dolph Ziggler
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Dolph Ziggler defeated R-Truth in 17:50 by pinfall with a Zig Zag. Following Ziggler’s victory he celebrates with Vickie Guerrero before taking back his Money in the Bank briefcase that Truth had stole.
Match Rating: C+

We are treated to another pre-recorded interview, this time of the legendary Degeneration X pairing of Triple H and Shawn Michaels. Triple H says that he has been in more Hell in a Cell matches than anybody else, and that if he will never wrestle again, it is just as much down to them than what Brock Lesnar did to him at Summerslam. Shawn Michaels then reminds the WWE Universe that he was in the first ever Hell in a Cell match, and that he thinks that match is the reason his career was almost ended with a back injury.
Rating: B+

Randy Orton versus Alberto Del Rio
In a match that had excellent in-ring action and great heat from the audience, Randy Orton defeated Alberto Del Rio in 17:46 by pinfall with an RKO. Ricardo Rodriguez accompanied Del Rio to ringside, but was unable to help his employer win tonight.
Match Rating: B+

We cut backstage to find Layla walking down a hallway before she bumps into Kevin Nash. “Big Sexy”, who hasn’t been seen on WWE programming in over a year, asks Layla if she wants to go out with him after the show, he says that he was invited here to talk about the Hell in a Cell match but he can think of much better ways to spend his evening. Layla says politely to Nash that she has other plans for tonight, before he snaps and tells her that it’s that sort of ungratefulness which cost Layla her Divas Championship to Eve. Nash says that he’s going to find Eve and ask her out instead, and that Layla doesn’t know what she’s missing. Layla then reminds Nash that the last time he was here he was beaten by Triple H. Layla then skips off, leaving Nash looking angry.
Rating: C+

World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus © versus The Big Show
In a bout that featured great action and great heat from the audience, Sheamus defeated The Big Show in 17:35 by pinfall with a Celtic Cross. Sheamus makes defence number 6 of his World Heavyweight title.
Match Rating: B

We cut backstage to find Kelly Kelly getting her bag ready to leave the building before she is attacked by Beth Phoenix, Natalya and Kharma. The Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero then can be seen behind Beth, Natalya and Kharma barking orders as they assault Kelly. AJ Lee then comes into the room and aids Kelly, and is soon joined by Kaitlyn who also tries to fend off the attackers. A brunette then rushes into the room and she too joins Kaitlyn and AJ in defending Kelly, and the brunette is soon recognised as being Trish Stratus! Trish, Kaitlyn, Kelly and AJ brawl with Beth, Natalya, Kharma and Vickie before officials rush into the room in an attempt to separate the Divas.
Rating: C




Hell in a Cell: WWE Championship: CM Punk © versus Ryback
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, CM Punk defeated Ryback in a Hell in a Cell match in 16:30 by pinfall with a Roundhouse Kick. CM Punk makes defence number 6 of his WWE title.
Match Rating: B-

(Ryback can perform better if used in matches that suit his skills, putting him in a High Spot based match does not play to his strengths.)

(CM Punk can also perform better if used in matches that suit his skills, and putting him in a High Spot based match does not play to his strengths either.)

Post-Show: Zack Ryder versus Tensai
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Tensai defeated Zack Ryder in 13:29 by pinfall with a Reverse Piledriver. This was a good victory for Tensai over a game Ryder.
Match Rating: C-

Post-Show: Christian versus David Otunga
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Christian defeated David Otunga in 13:22 by pinfall with a Killswitch. Aksana accompanied Otunga to ringside for this match, but seemed unhappy with him following the loss and left alone.
Match Rating: C-

Final Show Rating: B


Prediction League Table:

SteenBTW: 3/5
Smasher1311: 1/3
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