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PostSubject: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Fri Feb 10, 2012 1:45 pm

RED's World Wrestling Entertainment
Since Vince McMahon declined to hire me as a storyline writter for WWE, I decided to start my own booking thread with the WWE.

Year: 2012 - 2013


Aaron Stevens
Alberto Del Rio
Alex Riley
Brock Lesnar
Brodus Clay
CM Punk
Cody Rhodes
Conor 'OBrian
Colt Cabana
Curt Hawkins
David Otunga
Daniel Bryan
Evan Bourne
Jack Swagger
Jerry "The King" Lawler (Commentator)
Jim Ross (Comentator)
John Cena
Kofi Kingston
Mason Ryan
Seth Rollins
Theodore Long (GM)
The Big Show
Triple H
Tyson Kidd
Zack Ryder
Yoshi Tatsu
William Regal

Antonio Cesaro
Booker T
Chris Jericho
Dean Ambrose
Drew McIntyre
Dolph Ziggler
Eric Bischoff (Co-GM)
Heath Slater
JBL (Commentator)
Jey Uso
Jimmy Uso
Jinder Mahal
Justin Gabriel
Michael Cole (Commentator)
Randy Orton
Ric Flair (Co-GM)
Santino Marella
Sin Cara
Ted DiBiase
The Miz
The Great Khali
The Undertaker
Trent Barreta
Wade Barrett

AJ Lee
Alicia Fox
Brie Bella
Beth Phoenix
Eve Torres
Lillian Garcia (Ring Announcer)
Nikki Bella
Rosa Mendes
Vickie Guerrero

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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Fri Feb 10, 2012 1:53 pm

WWE Champion
CM Punk
Backlash 2013

World Heavyweight Champion
The Miz
WrestleMania 29

Intercontinental Champion
WrestleMania 29

United States Champion
Alberto Del Rio
Raw - 4/1/13

WWE Tag Team Champions
The Ruthless Barrage
No Way Out 2013

Divas Champion
WrestleMania 29

WWE Divas Tag Team Champions
Cameron & Naomi
(Divas Show - 1/31/13)

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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Fri Feb 10, 2012 2:00 pm

Judgment Day 2013
Date: May 19th, 2013
Arena: Verizon Center (Washington DC)
Theme Song:

Skillet - Whispers in the Dark

WWE Championship
CM Punk(c) (with Colt Cabana) vs. John Cena

World Heavyweight Championship
The Miz(c) vs. Big Show

Chris Jericho vs. Dolph Ziggler

Daniel Bryan vs. Shelton Benjamin

Intercontinental Championship
Titus(c) vs. Seth Rollins

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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Fri Feb 10, 2012 2:07 pm


WWE Television Results

Monday Night RAW

- RAW (2/13/12) Heading to the Chamber
- RAW (2/20/12) The Song Remains the Same
- RAW (2/27/12) Everything is Set
- RAW (3/5/12) Call it Down the Middle
- RAW (3/12/12) No More Words
- RAW (3/19/12) The Road comes to a Head
- RAW (3/26/12) Meet the New Boss
- RAW (4/2/12) Punk, Interrupted!
- RAW (4/9/12) 99 Problems
- RAW (4/16/12) Clap Your Hands if You Believe
- RAW (4/23/12) Time is on My Side
- RAW (4/30/12) The Fantastic Four
- RAW (5/7/12) Out With The Old
- RAW (5/14/12) Point of No Return
- RAW (5/21/12) Ladders Aren't Just for Climbing
- RAW (5/28/12) The End
- RAW (6/4/12) Bad Day at Black Rock
- RAW (6/11/12) Two Minutes to Midnight
- RAW (6/18/12) Don't Play with My Nerves it's a Dangerous Game
- RAW (6/25/12) Winds of Change
- RAW (7/2/12) Are You There God?
- RAW (7/9/12) Scramble
- RAW (7/16/12) 5 Minutes to Midnight
- RAW (7/23/12) Raw Gets 1000
- RAW (7/30/12) God's Hand
- RAW (8/6/12) Double The Pain
- RAW (8/13/12) What You Do We Do Better
- RAW (8/20/12) There will be Blood
- RAW (8/27/12) Game On
- RAW (9/3/12) And He Scores
- RAW (9/10/12) Never Give Up?
- RAW (9/17/12) God Bless You
- RAW (9/24/12) Jus in Bello
- RAW (10/1/12) Look Behind
- RAW (10/8/12) Don't Tap
- RAW (10/15/12) Shall Show No Mercy
- RAW (10/22/12) An Eye For An Eye
- RAW (10/29/12) Lucifer Rising
- RAW (11/5/12) Win or Lose it All
- RAW (11/12/12) Exile on Main St.
- RAW (11/19/12) The Biggest Little Man
- RAW (11/26/12) WMD
- RAW (12/3/12) Chaos
- RAW (12/10/12) A Giant's Tale
- RAW (12/17/12) Fight Back
- RAW (12/24/12) Poke the Bear
- RAW (12/31/12) New Year's Resolution
- RAW (1/7/13) Double Trouble
- RAW (1/14/13) 20th Anniversary
- RAW (1/21/13) Tough Choice
- RAW (1/28/13) Monster on the Loose (Part 1)
- RAW (2/4/13) Monster on the Loose (Part 2)
- RAW (2/11/13) Chamber of Horror
- RAW (2/18/13) Challenged Accepted
- RAW (2/25/13) CM Prank
- RAW (3/4/13) ECW Nitro
- RAW (3/11/13) Hairy Boy
- RAW (3/18/13) The Best Ever
- RAW (3/25/13) End of the Road
- RAW (4/1/13) Goodbye Stranger
- RAW (4/8/13) It's Cold Out Here
- RAW (4/15/13) Release the Kraken
- RAW (4/22/13) Dead Man Down
- RAW (5/6/13) No Man Standing

Friday Night Smackdown!

- SmackDown (2/17/12) Good God Y'all
- SmackDown (2/24/12) Hell, Fire and Brimstone
- SmackDown (3/2/12) Hammer of the Irishman
- SmackDown (3/9/12) The End is the Same
- SmackDown (3/16/12) Slay the Giant.
- SmackDown (3/23/12) End of the Line
- SmackDown (3/30/12) No Rest for the Wicked
- SmackDown (4/6/12) Hello Cruel World
- SmackDown (4/13/12) Death's Door
- SmackDown (4/20/12) It's a Terrible Life
- SmackDown (4/27/12) The Man Who Would Be King
- SmackDown (5/4/12) Jump The Shark
- SmackDown (5/11/12) Frontierland
- SmackDown (5/18/12) Caged Heat
- SmackDown (5/25/12) And Then There Were None
- SmackDown (6/1/12) Fresh Blood
- SmackDown (6/8/12) Free To Be You And Me
- SmackDown (6/15/12) Of Grave Importance
- SmackDown (6/22/12) Dominant Champion
- SmackDown (6/29/12) Visa Issues
- SmackDown (7/6/12) Dominant Challenger
- SmackDown (7/13/12) Welcome Back
- SmackDown (7/20/12) Giving Opportunities
- SmackDown (7/27/12) King of the Jungle
- SmackDown (8/3/12) Destruction is the Key
- SmackDown (8/10/12) Make an Impact
-SmackDown (8/17/12) Watch Your Back
- SmackDown (8/24/12) Perfect Timing
- SmackDown (8/31/12) RK-Oh
- SmackDown (9/7/12) Braveheart
- SmackDown (9/14/12) When the Gong Hits
- SmackDown (9/21/12) From Scottland with Love
- SmackDown (9/28/12) New & Fresh
- SmackDown (10/5/12) Bring the Tables
- SmackDown (10/12/12) Showing Off
- SmackDown (10/19/12) Lazarus Rising
- SmackDown (10/26/12) Something Wicked
- SmackDown (11/2/12) Survival of the Fittest (Part 1)
- SmackDown (11/9/12) Survival of the Fittest (Part 2)
- SmackDown (11/16/12) Survival of the Fittest (Part 3)
- SmackDown (11/23/12) We Need To Talk About Dolph
- SmackDown (11/30/12) A Little Slice of Dolph
- SmackDown (12/7/12) Bitten
- SmackDown (12/14/12) Let it Bleed
- SmackDown (12/21/12) Battlefield
- SmackDown (12/28/12) Cloverleaf
- SmackDown (1/4/13) Happy New Year Dolph!
- SmackDown (1/11/13) Never Make Promises that You Can't Keep
- SmackDown (1/18/13) Here to Show the World
- SmackDown (1/25/13) Here to Shut Your Mouth
- SmackDown (2/1/13) Respect
- SmackDown (2/8/13) Optimistic Cole
- SmackDown (2/15/13) Last Man Talking
- SmackDown (2/22/13) Special Delivery
- SmackDown (3/1/13) Make an Impression
- SmackDown (3/8/13) Watch My Back, I'll Watch Yours
- SmackDown (3/15/13) Payback is a Motha
- SmackDown (3/22/13) All Hell Breaks Loose
- SmackDown (3/29/13) The Bigger They Are...
- SmackDown (4/5/13) ...The Harder They Fall.
- SmackDown (4/12/13) Stay Relevant
- SmackDown (4/19/13) Dolph The Hitman
- SmackDown (4/26/13) Hart-Attack
- SmackDown (5/10/13) The Viper's Poison

WWE Pay-Per-View Results

>> Elimination Chamber 2012 <<
>> WrestleMania XXVIII <<
>> Backlash 2012 <<
>> Judgment Day 2012 <<
>> Extreme Rules 2012 <<
>> Vengeance 2012 <<
>> The Great American Bash 2012 <<
>> The 25th Anniversary of SummerSlam <<
>> Unforgiven 2012 <<
>> No Mercy 2012 <<
>> Survivor Series 2012 <<
>> Armageddon 2012 <<
>> Royal Rumble 2013 <<
>> No Way Out 2013 <<
>> WrestleMania XXIX <<
>> Backlash 2013 <<

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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Fri Feb 10, 2012 2:12 pm

WWE Backlash 2013 - 4/28/13

WWE Judgment Day 2013 - 5/19/13

WWE Extreme Rules 2013 - 6/9/13

WWE Vengeance 2013 - 6/30/13

WWE The Great American Bash 2013 - 7/28/13

WWE SummerSlam 2013 - 8/25/13

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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Sat Feb 11, 2012 9:55 pm

I wike it.



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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Sat Feb 11, 2012 10:21 pm

Ziggler wrote:
I wike it.

I'm sure you do
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Mon Feb 13, 2012 7:08 pm

WWE RAW Results 2/25/13

WWE Monday Night RAW
Dallas, Texas
February 25, 2013
Commentators: Jerry Lawler & Michael Cole

Three's a Crowd

We get highlights from Brock Lesnar's assault on Randy Orton last week. Tonight, Brock Lesnar and his advocate Paul Heyman will address this attack.
Plus, The Undertaker will be here tonight to talk about his match against Goldberg at WrestleMania 29.

Also, WWE Champion John Cena and World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler will team up with Daniel Bryan in our main event as they take on the team of RyAxel and Alberto Del Rio.

The "Best in the World" CM Punk makes his way down to the ring to open the show. Massive crowd reaction for the "Second City Saint" by the Texas crowd. Punk says that WwrestleMania is on the horizon and the focus and the spotlight is centered on almost any other superstar but him. He says that people talk about the match that was "never supposed to happen", the Dream match between HBK Shawn Michaels and The Rock. He says that he would love nothing more than to compete against Shawn Michaels, who he idolized when he was just a fan of wrestling and he would like nothing more than to defeat the People's Champ because until you have beat the Best in the World, you are no Great One what so ever.

And then there is the Streak. The most prestigious Streak in all of entertainment as The Phenom, The Undertaker takes on WCW's finest, Bill Goldberg. Punk admits that he has never been in the ring with Goldberg but he wouldn't say no to an invitation. But then again he would be a fool to say no to the chance at being the 1 in 20-1. He says that he would give the Undertaker a run for his money and in the end he would break the Streak. But that spot is taken so...

Then we have the grandest main event in WrestleMania history. The WWE and World Heavyweight titles will be unified as a single WWE World Heavyweight Championship. He says that most people would expect him to be frustrated for not being in that main event but the truth is that he has no one to blame for this but himself. He was that close at winning the Royal Rumble but he couldn't get it done. And then he was once again very close to becoming WWE Champion at No Way Out but once again he couldn't get the job done. Punk says that he is a man and as a man he is not afraid to admit defeat...or failure. He says that on the bright side, Dolph Ziggler is in the main event of WrestleMania and the 2nd best in the world Daniel Bryan will become the first ever WWE World Heavyweight Champion! A "Yes" chant begins now.

Punk says that then there is Brock Lesnar who apparently wants to face Randy Orton at WrestleMania. He recalls his Deathmatch with Brock at the 25th Anniversary of SummerSlam and says that he wouldn't mind going for it one more time! He says that there is no way that he will sit in the sidelines and watch WrestleMania pass him by so instead of just talking about it, he is going to do something about it!

The Swiss Superman Antonio Cesaro comes out now. Cesaro says that the sad truth is, that nobody cares about CM Punk anymore, simply because he is not relevant anymore. He says that ever since he lost the WWE Championship and was destroyed by Brock Lesnar, he hasn't done anything to justify his claim to be "Best in the World". On the other hand, the Swiss Superman came to the WWE and in four months he made more impact than Punk could make in four years. He says that if anyone deserves to face either the Rock or Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania is him. And if anyone is capable of ending the Undertaker's Undefeated Streak at WrestleMania is him. And if anyone is able to beat the Beast Incarnate at WrestleMania...that's right, is him!

Punk says that he appreciates Cesaro coming out here...not. He says that he has seen guys like Cesaro come and gone and if his memory serves him correctly when they faced each other at the Royal Rumble, the Swiss Superman got his ass handed to him. Punk says that Cesaro is in the perfect place and in the perfect time if he wants to redeem himself for that loss. Punk drops the mic and holds his fists up. Cesaro says it on and a referee storms out to the ring. This will be our opening contest!

Commercial break

CM Punk vs. Antonio Cesaro

We come back from the break to see Punk trapped in a modified abdominal stretch. Punk quickly fights up and gets him in position for a GTS, but Cesaro slides off and escapes the ring. Punk then takes him down with a baseball slide. Punk goes outside and puts him back in the ring, but Cesaro rolls out again and drives Punk into the barricade. Cesaro throws him back into the ring for a two count. Cesaro then drops some elbows for another two count.

Cesaro hits a backbreaker followed by a double foot stomp to the chest for another nearfall. Cesaro rubs Punk’s face into the mat before talking a little trash. Punk comes back with a kick to the knee and some chops. Cesaro reverses a whip to the corner, but he runs into Punk’s boot. Punk springboards off the second rope with a cross-body, but he catches nothing but air as Cesaro moved. Cesaro then floor Punk with a big clothesline for a nearfall. Cesaro quickly follows up with a modified camel clutch, but Punk fights up and hits him with a back suplex.

After both men take some time to recover, they get to their feet and Punk ducks a clothesline from Cesaro before catching him with a jumping calf kick. Punk hits him with a clothesline before catching him with a swinging neckbreaker for a nearfall. Cesaro picks himself up in the corner, so Punk catches him with a high running knee followed by a short-arm clothesline. Punk goes to the top rope for his trademark diving elbow, but Kane's pyro goes off the ramp and the Devil's Favorite Demon comes out!

Punk is distracted now so Cesaro jumps to the top and connects with a belly to belly suplex off the top rope! Cesaro hooks the leg and Punk kicks out at 2,5! Cesaro cannot believe it. Cesaro punches away at him before going for the Neutralizer but Punk counters into a jack-knife pin for a nearfall. Kane gets in the ring and big boots Punk down causing the referee to call for the bell!


Kane continues to assault Punk in the corner now before sending Punk into a European uppercut by Cesaro. Kane gets him up and goes for a Chokeslam but Big Show's music hits and the World's Largest Athlete rushes out to the ring. Big Show spears Kane down right away before getting attacked by Cesaro. Cesaro delivers a few European uppercuts and he goes for a springboard uppercut but Big Show knocks him out with the WMD! Kane then grabs Big Show by the neck but Punk kicks him in the back so Big Show drops Kane with a thunderous Chokeslam!

Big Show and CM Punk now stand tall in the ring looking at each other.

"Mr. Big Time" Aaron Stevens comes out now as he will have his return match for the Intercontinental title tonight.
The Intercontinental Champion Big E Langston comes out as we get still shots from their No Way Out encounter where Langston pinned Stevens to capture the gold.

Intercontinental Championship
Big E Langston(c) vs. "Mr. Big Time" Aaron Stevens

The bell rings, and they lock up. Langston punches Stevens in the ribs a couple of times but Stevens knees him in the midsection and punches away at him before chopping the chest. Langston then explodes with a clothesline. Langston shoves him to the corner and shoulders him there a few times. Langston then backs up and hits a running shoulder thrust. Langston punches him in the ribs before whipping him across the ring but then he runs into a boot. Stevens goes to the second rope, and he jumps into a shoulder block from Langston for a two count.

Stevens hangs on to the apron as Langston tries to pull him to the center of the ring. Stevens then kicks him in the knee before hitting a clothesline in the back of the head. Stevens stomps and punches him a few times before choking him with his foot. Stevens then slingshots over the top rope with an elbow to the sternum and he picks up a two count for that. Stevens does a cartwheel and taunts the crowd. Stevens then applies an arm bar, but Langston fights up so Stevens turns it to a face-lock, but Langston still powers out and hits him with a back body drop.

Langston hits a pair of clotheslines before ducking one from Stevens and hitting him with a belly-to-belly side suplex. Langston jumps over him twice before hitting a big splash. Stevens gets to his feet, and Langston tries to catch him with the Big Ending but Stevens uses his legs to tie himself up in the ropes, and he falls to the apron before snapping Langston off the top rope. Stevens goes up top and attempt a cross-body but Langston catches him in mid-air. Langston goes for the Big Ending but Stevens slides out and hits a Russian leg-sweep followed by an elbow drop for a nearfall.

Stevens stomps away at Big E in frustration before going for the Dismissal but Langston counters into a back suplex attempt. Stevens back-flips and lands on his feet before bouncing off the ropes but Langston floors him with a vicious clothesline. Langston pulls the straps down before hitting the Big Ending for the win!


After the match, Langston is handed the Intercontinental title and he celebrates in the ring as we get highlights from the match leading to the finish.

Still to come:

- Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman address the Viper Randy Orton
- Cody Rhodes meets Mick Foley in the ring
- The Undertaker talks about his match against Bill Goldberg at WrestleMania

The WWE Tag Team Champions, Wade Barrett and Drew McIntyre, better known as The Ruthless Barrage, come out along with their manager, the legendary "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. They will be watching this next contest by the commentary table.

The Usos make their way down to the ring and they have an intense staredown with the Ruthless Barrage as we get footage from No Way Out where the Usos won via DQ and were brutally assaulted by the Ruthless Barrage afterwards.

Fandango comes out, dancing his way to the ring with Summer Rae. Conor O'Brian is out next and he will be forced to team with Fandango for this one as he still looks for a place in the sun.

The Usos vs. Fandango & Conor O'Brian

The bell rings and Fandango will start against Jimmy Uso. They lock up, and Fandango applies a hammerlock. Jimmy soon applies a side headlock, but Fandango soon gets one of his own applied. Jimmy whips him off, and Fandango shoulder blocks him down. Fandango hits the ropes, cartwheels over Jimmy, and dances. Jimmy hits an inverted atomic drop before punching him down.

Conor O'Brian is tagged in, he misses with a clothesline and runs into a Samoan Drop. Jey Uso is tagged in and he connects with a cross-body block off the top rope for a nearfall on O'Brian. Jey catches him with a savate kick to the gut followed by an uppercut to the jaw. Jey superkicks him in the face and then delivers the running butt-bump in the corner. Fandango runs in, but Jey sends him to the apron and Jimmy then superkicks him to the floor! Jimmy is tagged in, and he hits O'Brian with an Uso Splash for the win!


Right after the bell rings, Barrett and McIntyre storm in the ring and they assault Jimmy Uso. Jey comes in to make things even but Piper comes from behind and cracks a coconut into the back of Jey's head!

Barrett and McIntyre slaughter Jimmy in the corner before getting out and holding Jimmy's arms around the bottom rope as he is seated in the corner. Piper then pulls up his kilt and does the Stinkface to Jimmy Uso! That's the signature move of the Usos' father Rikishi! Piper then starts taunting Rikishi's dance moves. Jey Uso is slowly up to his feet and he looks at Piper who drops down and begs him off. Barrett then rushes in and kills Jey with a Bull Hammer elbow to the temple! McIntyre then pulls Jimmy off the corner and drops him with the Future Shock DDT!

Piper raises the arms of Barrett and McIntyre as they hold up the tag team titles and the Ruthless Barrage stand tall over the fallen Usos.

Paul Heyman is in the ring when we return from the break. Heyman says, “Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Paul Heyman, and all day long they have been trying to get me to preview this video, but instead I decided to come out here live and watch this video along with every single one of you.” A video then airs that highlights last week's attack by Brock Lesnar on Randy Orton. After the conclusion of the video, the crowd is lightly booing. Heyman then introduces Brock Lesnar to the ring.

Brock Lesnar’s music hits, and the Beast Incarnate makes his way to the ring to a good reaction. Heyman says that a few months ago he and his client warned the WWE Universe that Brock Lesnar wouldn't watch WrestleMania 29 from his house in Minneapolis Minnesota but he would be facing a certain WWE superstar that Brock Lesnar feels that he needs to dismandle in front of the entire WWE Universe at the Grandest Stage of them All.

He gives us a history lesson and reminds us that last year Brock Lesnar returned to the WWE and targeted a man that talked trash about him via the social media, a man that disrespected Brock Lesnar, a man that needed to be taught a lesson. That man was CM Punk. He says that once, when everything was good in this world he loved CM Punk as a son. He helped CM Punk in his early days but in the end he couldn't stop - nor did he wanted to stop - Brock Lesnar from conquering CM Punk at the 25th Anniversary of SummerSlam.

And then, Brock Lesnar moved on to the man that didn't wanted him in the WWE, a man that knew that he would never make t to the top and stay there as long as Brock Lesnar was around, a man that transformed the WWE into his own personal playground in which Brock Lesnar was not welcomed. Brock Lesnar faced that man, who is none other than the Game Triple H, and destroyed him inside Hell in a Cell at Armageddon this past December.

So now why, why would Brock Lesnar decide to target the WWE's Apex Predator, the Viper Randy Orton? Well the answer isn't all that complicated. Heyman then presents a video that highlights the career of Randy Orton in the WWE.


(Ignore everything from 2:05 and after Razz)

After the video ends, Heyman says that this was very nice and it really sums up everything that Randy Orton is. However, thre is one thing that this video isn't showing and he feels like it's something that needs to be seen...


Heyman says that this was 2002. A little more than a decade ago, Randy Orton made his WWE debut right around the same time that Brock Lesnar made his own debut. The difference between them as you can see was that when Brock Lesnar came in as a rookie he was already an unstoppable beast that could not be taken down. A beast that destroyed Hulk Hogan, The Rock, the Big Show and even the Undertaker himself.

On the other hand, Randy Orton was nothing more than a kid trying to live up to the hype of being a third generation superstar. And now, ten years later people dare to compare Randy Orton's career to the legend of Brock Lesnar? They call him the most dangerous superstar in the WWE? Seriously? Just because he kicked some people in the head? Comparing the so called Apex Predator to the Beast Incanate doesn't only annoy Brock Lesnar, it serves as an insult and a show of disrespect towards the legacy of Brock Lesnar.

"Randy Orton...How dare you? How dare you sir to even think that you could ever compare yourself to the most dominant beast the WWE has ever seen?" Heyman says that Randy Orton is not the WWE's Apex Predator, Brock Lesnar is. Brock Lesnar is the Apex Predator, the Conqueror, the Beast and he issues a challenge to Randy Orton for a match at WrestleMania.

Unfortunately, Randy Orton is not here tonight to give an answer, however he better make sure that he is present in next week's Monday night Raw because for the first time in almost a decade, the Beast Brock Lesnar will compete in a match live on Raw! And Brock Lesnar will take on the man that was almost picked to be Brock's opponent at WrestleMania but eventually, he didn't make the cut. Next week on Monday night Raw, the Beast Brock Lesnar will take on the Celtic Warrior Sheamus! The crowd cheers loudly for that. Heyman says that he and his client will be waiting for Randy Orton's answer next week. He tells Orton that he can either accept and suffer...or refuse and hide!

Backstage we see John Cena and Daniel Bryan going face to face. We can't hear what they say and eventually they end up shaking hands and heading off their seperate paths. Dolph Ziggler appears from behind a crate smirking.

Tyson Kidd and Natalya come out to the ring. After winning a triple threat #1 contender's match last week, Natalya will be challenging AJ Lee for the Divas title at WrestleMania 29!
Tamina Snuka comes out next and she will be taking on Natalya one on one as Tyson Kidd will be watching from ringside.

Tamina Snuka vs. Natalya (with Tyson Kidd)

The bell rings, and Natalya quickly applies a waistlock and takes her down. Natalya applies a front face lock, but Tamina quickly powers her off. Natalya ducks a clothesline and kicks her before applying a death-lock. Tamina gets out of it and applies a front face lock of her own. Natalya soon gets out with a short-arm clothesline. Natalya hits a headlock takeover, but Tamina soon fights up and whips her off. Natalya shoulder blocks her down before hitting a dropkick and Tamina rolls out of the ring.

Natalya grabs her by the hair, so Tamina rips her out of the ring hard. Tamina slaps her leather vest off Natalya’s back before putting her in the ring for a nearfall. Tamina then knees her in the back a few times before applying a chin lock. Natalya fights up, but Tamina takes her down by the hair. Tamina drops some knees and covers for a nearfall. Tamina gets her up before sending her into the ropes for a Samoan Drop. Tamina pulls her over to the corner by her hair, and she goes to the top rope. Natalya rolls out of the way, and Tamina gets off. Natalya then catches her with an inside cradle for a nearfall.

Natalya kicks her a few times, but Tamina comes back with a knee to the midsection. Tamina sends her into the ropes, but Natalya comes back with a sunset flip into a Sharpshooter attempt, but Tamina kicks her away. Natalya then takes her down with a discus clothesline for a nearfall. Tamina reverses a whip to the corner and catches her on her shoulder as Natalya attempts a slingshot. Natalya slides off her shoulder and goes for a roll up, but Tamina hangs on to the ropes. Natalya kips up, and Tamina attempts a superkick but Natalya blocks it, drops her down and applies the Sharpshooter! Tamina struggles to get to the ropes but Natalya pulls her back to the center of the ring and Tamina has no other choice but to tap out!


After the match, Tyson is seen checking his iPhone (he was doing that during the entire contest) but Natalya calls him in the ring.

Natalya gets a mic and says that she and Tyson have a major announcement to make. She says that last night, during the happiest dinner of her life she proposed to Tyson! And he said yes! Tyson and Natalya share a kiss. Natalya then says that next week live on Raw they are getting married and we are all invited to the wedding ceremony that will take place in the ring! Natalya and Tyson embrace in the ring but Kidd will be in action when we return from the break.

Commercial break

Back live, Tyson Kidd is set for action as his soon to be wife Natalya will be watching on from ringside.
Former NXT Champion Seth Rollins comes out to a nice pop from the crowd in Dallas.

Seth Rollins vs. Tyson Kidd (with Natalya)

The bell rings and they lock up. Kidd with a waist lock but Rollins counters with a standing switch. Kidd with an arm drag but Rollins gets a head scissors. Kidd escapes the head scissors and gets to his feet. They lock up and Rollins gets a side head lock followed by a shoulder tackle coming off the ropes. They lock up again and Rollins backs Kidd into the corner and gets a hammer lock. Rollins hits an elbow to the back but Kidd gets to the ropes and he ties Rollins up in the ropes.

Kidd with an arm drag into an arm bar and key lock. Rollins fights back with a knee to the midsection but Kidd connects with a victory roll for a nearfall. Kidd with an arm drag into an arm bar. Rollins connects with a knee to the midsection and then he stomps on Kidd’s abdomen. Rollinswith another boot to Kidd’s torso before he kicks and chokes Kidd in the corner. Rollins punches Kidd but Kidd kicks him and charges into the corner but misses a splash so Rollins hits a neckbreaker for a nearfall.

Rollins slaps on a reverse chin lock but Kidd escapes. Rollins ducks a clothesline and goes for a back suplex but Kidd lands on his feet so Rollins connects with a side kick to the head for a nearfall. Rollins applies a rear chin lock followed by a knee to the ribs. Kidd fights back with elbows but Rollins catches him with an elbow to the back of the neck. Kidd lands on his feet on a belly-to-back suplex attempt and hits a series of kicks followed by a spinning dropkick.

Kidd connects with a back heel kick and a dropkick to the head for a nearfall. Kidd hits an enziguiri and then he goes up top but Rollins crotches him and hits a hurricarana off the top for a close nearfall. Rollins shows some frustration over not being able to finish off Kidd so he connects with punches in the corner and the referee pulls him out of the corner. Kidd rolls out of the ring and Rollins attempts a plancha off the ropes but Kidd moves and Rollins crashes to the floor!

Kidd sends him back into the ring but suddenly, AJ Lee's music hits and the Divas Champion comes skipping out. AJ congratulates Natalya on her up coming wedding but Natalya refuses the hand shake. AJ then hits a spin kick to the gut before pulling Natalya by the hair and tossing her to the barricade. Kidd tells AJ to back off but she plays nice with him and then she kisses him! Nattie is furious now and she goes after AJ at ringside! Kidd pulls her off to stop the cat fight but then he turns into a suicide dive by Rollins! Rollins puts Kidd quickly back in the ring where he connects with a springboard diving knee to the side of the head, followed by the Blackout for the victory!


After the match, Rollins gets out of the ring victorious as Natalya rushes in to check on Tyson. AJ skips up to the ramp holding up her Divas title and she blows a kiss to Natalya. Natalya helps up Tyson but he pushes her off and he rolls out of the ring. Natalya starts crying in the ring as Tyson heads to the back holding his head.

Hell's bells tolls and the last outlaw, The Undertaker, makes his way out to the stage.

"There's an old saying that goes, 'The more things change, the more they stay the same.' Bill Goldberg has convinced himself that he has the equation in how to eradicate the legacy of the Undertaker. He talks with confidence in how he will defeat me at WrestleMania and break the Streak. But this past Monday, I heard Bill Goldberg on Raw and that confidence is starting to fade into uncertainty and soon the uncertainty will turn into despair because as the days grow closer to the apocalypse, an Armageddon of mega-sized proportion, he will realize that the words 'die trying' were more prolific than he thinks. It is the words 'die trying' that will be his epitaph on his tombstone."

"Goldberg, on March 30, 2012 the night that you decided to interrupt me, your fate was decided. Your number was chosen. At WrestleMania, Bill, you will put all of your accolades, all of your success, all of your fame on the line to become a number, and that number is 21!"

The Undertaker leaves to the back as his haunting theme song plays.

Next week, live on Raw Stone Cold Steve Austin will meet HBK Shawn Michaels in the ring! Austin is set to serve as the special guest referee for the Dream match between HBK and The Rock as WrestleMania 29!

The US Champion Shelton Benjamin comes out for our next contest. It has been made official that Shelton will defend the US Championship against Jack Swagger in 5 weeks at WrestleMania.

Dean Ambrose comes out next to a mixed crowd reaction as he is set to take on the US Champion up next.

Shelton Benjamin vs. Dean Ambrose

They circle the ring and they go for a test of strength as the bell rings. Ambrose bends him back, but Benjamin fights up and bends Ambrose back. Ambrose kips up and applies an overhead wristlock. Benjamin fights out and covers for a one count. Jack Swagger is seen watching backstage. Shelton gets out of a waistlock and applies one of his own. Ambrose quickly takes him down with a headlock, but Benjamin starts fighting up. Ambrose twists the arm, but Benjamin rolls him up for a one count.

They lock up, and Ambrose wrenches the arm. Ambrose applies a side headlock, but Benjamin whips him off. Ambrose shoulder blocks him down and hits the ropes so Benjamin leapfrogs him and goes for a dropkick, but Ambrose avoids it. They go for another test of strength, but Ambrose gets out and executes a headlock takeover. Benjamin gets out and sends him into the ropes, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Ambrose then clotheslines him out of the ring. Ambrose hits the ropes and goes for a suicide dive, but Benjamin runs out of the way. Ambrose holds the ropes and lands on his feet.

Benjamin takes Ambrose down in the ring and applies a modified bow and arrow stretch. Ambrose rolls out of it so Benjamin applies a side headlock, but Ambrose whips him off. Benjamin comes back with a nice dropkick for a one count. Benjamin sends him to the corner, but Ambrose slingshots over him and connects with a backbreaker for a one count. Ambrose now applies a single leg crab, but Benjamin rolls through and kicks out. Ambrose quickly body slams him down and goes to the top rope for a diving elbow drop but Benjamin jumps up and brings him down hard with an arm-drag off the top rope. They then take each other out with stereo cross-body blocks as we go to a break.

Commercial Break

We come back from the break to see Ambrose take out Benjamin with a suicide dive at ringside. Ambrose rolls him into the ring and pulls himself up. Ambrose hits a running forearm and goes for a bulldog, but Benjamin dropkicks him. Ambrose goes for a rebound clothesline, but Benjamin catches him with a T-Bone suplex for a nearfall. Shelton splashes him in the corner and goes for a neckbreaker, but Ambrose counters into a backslide pin for a two count.

Benjamin quickly takes him down with athe Dragon whip for a two count. Benjamin now calls for Paydirt but Ambrose blocks it and schoolboys him for a nearfall. Benjamin quickly jumps on his back for a sleeper hold, but Ambrose fights out and connects with a sleeper hold of his own. Shelton then counters out with a jawbreaker but Ambrose rebounds off the ropes with a big clothesline for a nearfall.

Both men seem physically spent. Ambrose goes to the top rope, but Benjamin scales the ropes and connects with a superplex for a nearfall. Ambrose rolls out of the ring to recover. Benjamin hobbles at ringside and throws Ambrose into the ring. Ambrose then surprises him with an inside cradle for a nearfall. Benjamin immediately superkicks him down for a nearfall. They trade punches before Ambrose lights him up with jabs and chops. Benjamin quickly head-butts him and goes for a Paydirt, but Ambrose holds the ropes to block it and gets a jack-knife pin for a nearfall.

Jack Swagger now comes down walking on a crutch and he gets his hands on the US Title belt. Back in the ring, Benjamin counters a Dirty Deeds attempt into a back suplex. Swagger takes the US Title and goes to leave but Benjamin goes after him and shoves him down. Swagger now acts like he hurt his injured knee. Ambrose tries to go after Benjamin but the referee stops him. Swagger then takes his crutch and hits Benjamin in the head with it! Ambrose then catches Benjamin with a suicide dive before sending him back into the ring. Ambrose delivers the Dirty Deeds and gets the pinfall on the US Champion!


After the match, Ambrose celebrates his 2nd straight big win on Raw as Swagger is helped up by an official at ringside. Swagger walks off with the help of the crutch, unable to hide a smile as he succeeded in costing Shelton Benjamin the match.

Valiant Cody Rhodes comes out to the ring as we get highlights from his attack on Mick Foley a couple of weeks ago.

Rhodes says that WrestleMania is only a few weeks away and he is still NOT in the main event of WrestleMania and he still has no one else but Mick Foley to blame for that. Rhodes says that he was promised a meeting with the soon to be Hall of Famer tonight and he was looking forward to it for the past 6 days. Rhodes says that there is no reason to waste anymore time so let's get things started because we all know where this is headed.

Rhodes gets out of the ring and pulls a couple of kendo sticks from under the ring before tossing them inside along with some steel chairs and even a table! Rhodes calls out Mick Foley so they can end this.

Mick Foley appears on the titantron. Mick says that even though he would love nothing more than to be in Cody's party he is stuck in traffic here in the parking lot and he can't make it in time. He says that Cody shouldn't be disappointed however because Mick just called one of his best friends in the world and arranged for his friend to replace him tonight. He says that his friend, this dude, looks a lot like him so Cody will not even notice the difference!

"Awww Have Mercy!"

Dude Love comes out on the stage doing his trademark dance as the crowd goes wild! Dude Love says that the Mickster couldn't be here so he came back to represent him in this dance off. Rhodes says that this is enough. He says that everyone knows that Dude Love and Mick Foley are the same person. He says that he doesn't knw how or why he is doing this but nothing will save him from his punishment tonight!

Dude Love asks Cody if he believes that Mrs. Foley's baby boy is suffering from a double personality syndrome. He says that clearly, Cody is familiar with that issue judging by his experience.

The titantron then shows images of "Dashing" Cody Rhodes, "Disfigured" Cody Rhodes and "Valiant" Cody Rhodes.

Dude Love says that Cody shouldn't consider changing his name to DDV. He says that Cody's three faces of terror look a lot like this:

The titatron then shows images of Dude Love, Mankind and Cactus Jack.

Dude Love says that he and the boys have had so much fun over the years but the laughs they have when they watch Cody Rhodes trying to be the next Mick Foley are out of this world! He says that "Dashing" Cody Rhodes is nowhere as cool as the Chick Magnet is, "Disfigured" Cody Rhodes ain't even close enough to be as bizzare as Mankind and "Valiant" Cody Rhodes may like to play with chairs and kendo sticks but Cactus Jack made all of these toys in the first place!

Rhodes says that this is all a load of garbage much like Mick Foley's entire career! He says that whether its Dude Love, Cactus Jack or Mankind they are all pathetic and he would never want to be like any one of those has beens. He says that Mick Foley has no place in the Hall of Fame anyway! He says that Mick Foley being inducted to the Hall of Fame will be an insult to legends like his father, the American Dream Dusty Rhodes, who actually deserve to be there.

Dude Love says that wasn't nice. He says that talking like that for Mick infront of him ain't cool at all. But he is not a man of violence, his moto is "make piece, no war". However, there is this friend of he's that can't wait to get into that ring and tear Cody Rhodes apart right now.

The lights then go out for a little while and when they come back, Cody Rhodes is in the ring with Mankind! Mankind catches Rhodes with the dirty Mr. Socko! Rhodes gets a kendo stick and hits Mankind in the ribs to break free. Rhodes beats Mankind down with the kendo stick before setting up the table. Rhodes goes to suplex Mankind on the table but Mankind counters with a suplex of his own on top of a chair! Mankind then puts Rhodes on top of the table and he goes to the top rope but Rhodes gets off the table and rolls out of the ring. Rhodes crawls up the ramp as Mankind holds up the dirty sock and he points at him. Mankind celebrates in the ring to end the segment.

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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Mon Feb 13, 2012 7:23 pm

Randy Orton vs the Big Show has been confirmed for this Friday's SmackDown.

Plus, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan teams up with the Great Khali to take on Wade Barrett and Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes.
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:09 pm

Good show. I'm looking forward to Smackdown.



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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Tue Feb 14, 2012 3:45 pm

Ziggler wrote:
Good show. I'm looking forward to Smackdown.

Thanks man.
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Tue Feb 14, 2012 3:45 pm

Thoughts and suggestions are all welcome.
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Tue Feb 14, 2012 10:15 pm

Here is the official match card for this Sunday's Elimination Chamber PPV:

WWE Championship/Elimination Chamber match - CM Punk(c) vs Chris Jericho vs R-Truth vs Kofi Kingston vs The Miz vs Dolph Ziggler

World Heavyweight Championship/Elimination Chamber match - Daniel Bryan(c) vs Randy Orton vs Big Show vs Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes vs Wade Barrett vs The Great Khali

Ambulance match - Kane vs John Cena

Divas Championship - Beth Phoenix(c) vs Tamina

Alberto Del Rio vs Rey Mysterio

U.S. Championship - Jack Swagger(c) vs Zack Ryder
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Tue Feb 14, 2012 11:13 pm

looking forward to your elimination chamber. great so far red!
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Tue Feb 14, 2012 11:22 pm

Jigsaw* wrote:
looking forward to your elimination chamber. great so far red!

Thank you man
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Wed Feb 15, 2012 9:01 pm

World Wrestling Entertainment reports that Raw Superstar Brodus Clay was injured at last nights Monday night Raw tapings. Brodus is expected to be back in action in 4-5 months.

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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Wed Feb 15, 2012 9:05 pm

WWE news & notes:

As of next week big changes are coming!

Raw's broadcast team will be Jerry "The King" Lawler and the returning good ol' J.R.
SmackDown's team will remain as Michael Cole, Booker T & Josh Matthews.

In other news, WWE Superstars will be moved to Tuesday night and a new show will be added on Wednesdays. It will be the Divas show that will feature ONLY Divas matches.
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:57 pm

World Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of Raw Superstar Ryback (Skip Sheffield) as of today, Feb, 17 2012.
WWE wishes Ryback the best in all future endeavors.

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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:57 pm

WWE Superstars (2/16/12)


The Uso's def. Curt Hawkins & Tyler Reks.
Jey Uso pinned Reks after a top rope splash.

Yoshi Tatsu def. William Regal
Tatsu avoided Regal's knee and connected with a kick to the side of the head for the pin-fall.

Bella Twins def. Eve & Alicia Fox.
The Bellas used twin magic again. Brei rolled up Eve for the pin.

Kane def. Johnny Curtis
Kane squashed Curtis and finished him off with a vicious Chokeslam followed by the Tombstone Piledriver. After the match, an Ambulance came out and Kane put Curtis in it symbolically to what he is going to do to John Cena this Sunday.
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:21 pm

Friday night SmackDown 2/17/12

The show kicks off with the World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan adressing the audience regarding his World title defense at the Elimination Chamber. Bryan says that non of his opponents deserve to be a World Champion, especially Randy Orton and the Big Show. He talks about being Vegan and stuff. The Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes comes out stating that he will unify the Intercontinental and World Heavyweight titles after the Chamber. Wade Barrett comes out next to remind us about the Barrett Barrage and he vows to get his rightful place as the World Heavyweight Champion come Sunday. As the three superstars argue, the Great Khali comes out and instead of talking, he clears the ring off of Barrett and Rhodes. Bryan and Khali are left in the ring and Teddy Long comes out to book the tag team contest.

World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan & the Great Khali vs Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes & Wade Barrett

Bryan kicks things off with Barrett but he tags in Khali straight away. Bryan stays in the corner for the entire match, refusing to make the tag with Khali. Barrett looks for the Wasteland but Khali is too much. Khali with a chop to the head of Barrett and then to Cody. Khali nails the Punjabi Plunch on Wade for the pin-fall at 07:21.

Winners: Daniel Bryan & the Great Khali!

After the match, Bryan gets the World title belt and he comes off the top rope bashing Khali's head with the belt. Bryan then celebrates alone.

Backstage, Big Show is watching from the monitors. Matt Stryker approaches him to get an interview but Show walks off silent.

In Teddy Long's office, Teddy has yet another interesting meeting with Aksana until Drew McIntyre interrupts them. Drew asks Teddy to give him one last match tonight. Teddy says he had enough of Drew. If he losses this match he is automatically fired.

Tyson Kidd is in the ring as Jinder Mahal makes his way down the ramp. Heath Slater is out next and this looks to be a 6 man tag team match. Out comes Trent Barreta, Ezekiel Jackson and Justin Gabriel.

Tyson Kidd, Jinder Mahal & Heath Slater vs Trent Barreta, Ezekiel Jackson & Justin Gabriel.

With Tyson, Trent and Justin in the mix this is a fast pacing match up. Jackson collides with Mahal to slow down things. Slater is just there to bother people. The end sees Barreta coming off the ropes with a cross-body taking out Kidd and Mahal being thrown out by Jackson as Gabriel hits the 450 splash to pin Slater at 11:42.

Winners: Trent Barreta, Ezekiel Jackson & Justin Gabriel!

Backstage, Rosa Mendes complains to Teddy Long about Primo & Epico not having competition. Long says that next week a tag team tournament will begin with the winning team facing the tag team champions at WrestleMania 28. As far as tonight goes Teddy books the tag team champions to face the 2012 Royal Rumble winner Sheamus in a handicap match.

A Monday night Raw Recap airs highlighting the HBK/HHH segment.

Tamina comes out and Natalya is already in the ring as she will be facing Tamina. The Divas Champion Beth Phoenix is on commentary.

Natalya vs Tamina

Not much from Natalya tonight as Tamina looks to be in a great shape. Tamina hits the Samoan-Drop followed by the top rope splash for the pin at 03:12.

Winner: Tamina!

After the match, Beth attacks Tamina but it backfires as Tamina lays out Beth with a Samoan Drop.

Backstage, Matt Stryker tries to get an interview from Randy Orton but much like Big Show, Orton doesn't say a word.

Michael Cole informs us that next week Christian will return to the ring!

Ted Dibiase vs Hunico (with Camacho)

Camacho attacks Dibiase from behind before the match get started and along with Hunico they beat down Dibiase. Suddenly, the lights go out and Sin Cara comes out! The returning Sin Cara jumps in the ring and cleans house. Cara helps up Dibiase as Hunico and Camacho retreat to the back.

Backstage, Daniel Bryan confronts AJ and tells her that she has nothing to worry about. He will walk in the Elimination Chamber as World Champion and he will walk out still the World Champion. AJ tells him that she loves him and Bryan replies with: "I know". Creepy.

They run down the official Elimination Chamber match card.

Drew McIntyre comes out for his last chance match. Yoshi Tatsu is out next and he will be Drew's opponent.

Drew McIntyre vs Yoshi Tatsu

Good back and forth action. McIntyre receives a mixed crowd reaction. William Regal comes out and distracts Yoshi. Regal gets a kick to the head that knocks him off the apron but then Yoshi turns into a Future-Shock DDT that gives McIntyre the win at 06:37.

Winner: Drew McIntyre!

After the match, McIntyre celebrates in the ring and gets a big amount of cheers from the fans.

A WrestleMania 28 promo airs.

Cole informs us that WrestleMania 29 will take place in New Jersey on April 7, 2013.

Sheamus comes out to a good crowd reaction. The tag team champions Primo and Epico come out along with Rosa and she is amazing!

Sheamus vs Primo & Epico

Sheamus has the upper hand for most of the match and the tag champs make a few tag team come-backs. Sheamus tosses Epico out of the ring, Primo goes for the back-stabber, Sheamus holds into the ropes and connects with the Brogue Kick for the pin-fall at 04:27.

Winner: Sheamus!

Backstage, Dustin Rhodes (aka Goldust) wishes good luck to Cody for the Elimination Chamber match this Sunday, but Cody once again insults his big brother and he says that unlike him he doesn't need luck.

The Main Event is set.

Randy Orton vs the Big Show

They go at it for a while with Show over-powering Orton but Orton using speed to avoid Show's shots. At the match's climax Show goes for the WMD but Orton hits the RKO out of nowhere. Orton covers but Show kicks out. Orton goes for the punt but Show catches him with a Chokeslam for a very near fall. Barrett and Rhodes get in the ring and they attack Show and Orton.

The match ends in a no contest.

Orton and Show fight off Rhodes and Barrett. Orton nails the RKO on Barrett as Show hits a Chokeslam on Rhodes. Show hits the WMD on Orton leaving him out cold. Daniel Bryan comes into the stage and holds up the World title staring down the Big Show as the show goes off...
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Sat Feb 18, 2012 9:40 am

The planned number of matches for WrestleMania 28 are: 11.

There are also rumors for a Hell in a Cell match to take place at this year's WrestleMania.

However, John Cena vs The Rock will be the main event.

Plus, there will be a Money in the Bank Ladder match since the MITB PPV has been dropped.
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Sat Feb 18, 2012 9:52 am

Current list of PPV's for 2012:

February 19, 2012 Elimination Chamber - Bradley Center (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

April 1, 2012 WrestleMania XXVIII - Sun Life Stadium (Miami Gardens, Florida)

April 29, 2012 Backlash - Allstate Arena (Rosemont, Illinois)

May 20, 2012 Judgment Day - RBC Center (Raleigh, North Carolina)

June 17, 2012 The Great American Bash - Izod Center (East Rutherford, New Jersey)

July 15, 2012 Vengeance - Thomas & Mack Center (Las Vegas, Nevada)

August 19, 2012 SummerSlam - Staples Center (Los Angeles, California)

September 23, 2012 Unforgiven - American Airlines Center (Dallas, Texas)

October 21, 2012 No Mercy - Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

November 18, 2012 Survivor Series - US Airways Center (Phoenix, Arizona)

December 16, 2012 Armageddon - FedEx Forum (Memphis, Tennessee)
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Sat Feb 18, 2012 10:03 am

Power 25

1. CM Punk (WWE Champion)
2. Daniel Bryan (World Heavyweight Champion)
3. Big Show
4. Chris Jericho
5. John Cena
6. Randy Orton
7. The Miz
8. Sheamus
9. Primo & Epico (WWE Tag Team Champions)
10. Kane
11. Zack Ryder
12. Rey Mysterio
13. Dolph Ziggler
14. Jack Swagger (US Champion)
15. Cody Rhodes (Intercontinental Champion)
16. Kofi Kingston
17. Tamina
18. Great Khali
19. Drew McIntyre
20. Sin Cara
21. Beth Phoenix (Divas Champion)
22. Wade Barrett
23. Justin Gabriel
24. Alberto Del Rio
25. Yoshi Tatsu
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Sat Feb 18, 2012 9:08 pm


The Great Khali has been pulled off of the SmackDown Elimination Chamber match due to an injury that he suffered at last night's SmackDown.

No word yet on who is going to be replacing the Great Khali tomorrow night at the Elimination Chamber PPV.
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PostSubject: Re: RED's World Wrestling Entertainment   Sun Feb 19, 2012 9:39 pm

Elimination Chamber PPV

Tonight, the WWE & World Heavyweight Championship are on the line inside the demonic strcture known as the Elimination Chamber. Can CM Punk successfully defend the WWE Title against Chris Jericho, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston, R-Truth & The Miz? And will Daniel Bryan find a way to escape with the World title intact as he meets the Big Show, Randy Orton, Wade Barrett, the Intercontintal Champion Cody Rhodes and a mystery opponent tonight?

Plus, John Cena comes face to face with one of the biggest challenges in his career. Can the Leader of the Cenation survive the Big Red Monster Kane in an unpredictable Ambulance match?

Divas title is on the line as well as the US Championship and Rey Mysterio battles the man that injured him 5 months ago, Alberto Del Rio.

Tonight, the Road to WrestleMania 28 goes through the Elimination Chamber!
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