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    1960 - Gory Guerrero (father of Eddie, Hector, Mando and Chavo Classic) defeats Rey Mendoza for the EMLL-based NWA World Light Heavyweight Title in Mexico City, Mexico.

    1964 - Fred Curry defeats Tito Carreon in Austin, Texas for the Texas Junior Heavyweight Title.

    1977 - Gorilla Monsoon defeats Hartford Love for the WWC North American Heavyweight Title in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

    1983 - NWA World Champion Harley Race defeated Dusty Rhodes via disqualification in the main event of a Championship Wrestling from Florida event in Orlando.

    1985 - At a WWF Television taping in Poughkeepsie, New York, Randy Savage squashes Jim Young with a flying elbowsmash, then announces who he has selected as his manager, ending weeks of speculation that Bobby Heenan, Mr. Fuji, Jimmy Hart, Johnny Valiant or Freddie Blassie would be selected. Savage's choice, making her WWF debut, was Miss Elizabeth, who had previously worked in ICW as an announcer (although that was not mentioned on WWF TV, and neither was the fact that Elizabeth was Savage's wife).

    1985 - Stan Hansen defeats Giant Baba to win the Pacific Wrestling Federation World Heavyweight Title in Fukuoka, Japan. This ended Baba's fourth and final run with the title.

    1985 - Jim Crockett Promotions ran Japer, GA, headlined by The Midnight Express, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeating Brett Sawyer & the Italian Stallion

    1986 - Jim Crockett Promotions ran Raleigh, NC at the Dorton Arena featuring the following results:
    Manny Fernandez fought Jimmy Garvin to a draw
    Don Kernodle defeated Black Bart via disqualification
    Steve Regal defeated the Italian Stallion
    The Warlord defeated Mark Fleming
    Todd Champion defeated Thunderfoot
    NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchar & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson defeated Magnum TA & The Rock N' Roll Express
    NWA World Tag Team Champions The Midnight Express, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated Wahoo McDaniel & Ron Garvin

    1987 - Jim Crockett Promotions ran Jacksonville, FL at the Coliseum, headlined by NWA World Tag Team Champions The Rock N' Roll Express defeating NWA U.S. Tag Team Champions The Midnight Express, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification.

    1989 - The NWA ran Miami, FL at the Knight Center, featuring the following results:
    Brian Pillman & Ranger Ross defeated the New Zealand Militia, Jacko Victory and Rip Morgan.
    Norman the Lunatic defeated Steve Casey
    Kevin Sullivan defeated Scott Steiner
    Ranger Ross won a battle royal
    The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
    Terry Gordy & the Samoan Swat Team defeated Steve Williams, Tommy Rich, & Bobby Eaton
    Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification
    NWA World Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated The Dynamic Dudes, Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
    NWA U.S. Champion Lex Luger defeated Rick Steiner

    1991 - WCW ran Corpus Christi, TX at the Civic Center featuring the following results:

    Tom Zenk defeated Black Bart
    Johnny B. Badd defeated Aranda
    Dustin Rhodes defeated Richard Morton
    WCW World Champion Lex Luger defeated Big Josh
    Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater defeated Dusty Wolfe & Solomon Grundy
    WCW World TV Champion Steve Austin defeated PN News via disqualification
    Sting, Ron Simmons, Dustin Rhodes, & El Gigante defeated Nikita Koloff, Barry Windham, the One Man Gang, & the Diamond Studd (Scott Hall)

    1993 - WCW ran Fayetteville, NC, headlined by WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeating Ricky Steamboat at around the 45-minute mark

    1993- WCW also ran a smaller show at Newnan, GA at High School, designed to give younger members of the roster ring time, featuring:

    Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew
    Lord Steven Regal defeated Mark Starr
    Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne
    Ron Simmons defeated WCW World TV Champion Paul Orndorff via disqualification
    Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong (sub. for 2 Cold Scorpio) defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce

    1994 - WCW ran Jacksonville, FL with the following results:

    Jean Paul Levesque (HHH) defeated Erik Watts
    WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Larry Zbyzsko
    The Guardian Angel (Ray Traylor) defeated Shanghai Pierce
    Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan defeated Bunkhouse Buck & Col. Rob Parker
    WCW U.S. Champion Steve Austin defeated Ricky Steamboat
    WCW World Tag Team Champions Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma defeated Stars & Stripes, Marcus Alexander Bagwell & the Patriot
    Sting defeated Terry Funk

    1995 - WCW ran Greenville, SC with the following results:

    Sgt. Craig Pittman defeated Frankie Lancaster
    Harlem Heat defeated Jim Duggan & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
    Johnny B. Badd defeated Mark Starr
    Diamond Dallas Page defeated Dave Sullivan
    WCW US Champion Sting defeated Meng
    The Nasty Boys defeated Lord Steven Regal & Bobby Eaton
    Randy Savage defeated Ric Flair

    1996 - WCW ran a TV Taping for WCW Saturday Night at the Disney/MGM Studios with the following results:

    The Booty Man (Ed Leslie) defeated Johnny Attitude
    WCW World Champion the Giant defeated Butch Long, Bill Payne, & KC Thompson in a handicap match
    WCW World Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat defeated Dick Slater & Mike Enos
    WCW U.S. Champion Ric Flair defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
    Ice Train defeated the Gambler
    Alex Wright defeated Brad Armstrong
    The Public Enemy defeated Butch Long & Bill Payne
    Dean Malenko defeated Steve Armstrong
    Meng defeated the Renegade
    Chris Benoit (with Woman & Miss Elizabeth) defeated Randy Savage via disqualification
    WCW World Champion the Giant defeated Brian Knobbs

    1997 - WCW ran Gainesville, GA at the Georgia Mountains Center for a WCW Saturday Night taping with the following results:
    Dave Taylor defeated Joe Gomez
    Chris Jericho defeated Psychosis
    Alex Wright defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
    Harlem Heat defeated High Voltage
    Curt Hennig defeated Bobby Eaton
    Chris Benoit & Steve McMichael defeated Villano IV & V
    Diamond Dallas Page defeated Vincent
    Syxx defeated Billy Kidman
    Alex Wright defeated Scotty Riggs
    Konnan defeated Psychosis
    Dean Malenko defeated Lenny Lane

    Dark matches after the taping:
    Diamond Dallas Page defeated Curt Hennig
    Rick & Scott Steiner fought Meng & the Barbarian to a no contest

    1998 - WCW ran Alexandria, LA with the following results:

    Ernest Miller defeated Brad Armstrong
    Lizmark Jr. & Silver King defeated Damien & Ciclope
    Fit Finlay defeated Chris Adams
    Jim Duggan defeated Barry Darsow
    Perry Saturn defeated Raven
    Dean Malenko defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho in a non-title match
    Lex Luger defeated WCW U.S. Champion Bret Hart via disqualification in a non-title match
    Kevin Nash & Lex Luger defeated Scott Hall & WCW U.S. Champion Bret Hart

    1999 - "Curtis Comes Home" a benefit card to raise money for Brian Hildebrand (referee Mark Curtis of SMW and WCW fame), who was battling stomach cancer, was held at the Ice Gardens in Rostraver, Pennsylvania. The card saw the participation of WCW, WWF and ECW wrestlers, and raised $30,000 for Hildebrand, who continued to fight the disease until passing away on September 8, 1999. Here are the results from the show:
    - Julio Sanchez defeated Frank Parker.
    - Dominic DeNucci (who trained Hildebrand, Shane Douglas and Mick Foley) defeated Lord Zoltan.
    - Dick Flanagan defeated Preston Steele.
    - Eddie Guerrero defeated Billy Kidman and Shark Boy in a three way match.
    - The Public Enemy defeated Bo James & Roger Anderson.
    - D'Lo Brown vs. AL Snow ended up with referee Mick Foley getting involved, and actually pinning Brown.
    - Cody Michaels, with Jim Cornette, defeated Hugh Morrus.
    - Chris Jericho defeated Terry Taylor.
    - Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko & Shane Douglas (the original ECW Triple Threat) defeated Tim Horner, Tracey Smothers & Chris Candido, with Tammy Lynn Sytch.

    1999 - Extreme Championship Wrestling ran Dover, DE featuring:

    Chris Chetti & Nova defeated Simon Diamond & Tony Devito
    Danny Doring & Roadkill defeated Vito Lograsso & CW Anderson
    Super Crazy pinned Little Guido
    Lance Storm pinned Jerry Lynn
    ECW World Tag Team Champions Spike Dudley & Balls Mahoney defeated Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley
    Francine defeated Steve Corino
    Sabu defeated Justin Credible
    ECW World Champion Taz defeated Yoshihiro Tajiri

    1999 - Cheetah Master defeats Mr. Ooh La La in Newport, Delaware for the ECWA Mid-Atlantic Title.

    1999 - WCW ran Flint, Michigan with the following results:

    Vampiro defeated Lash Laroux
    Jerry Flynn defeated Dave Taylor
    The Barbarian defeated Vampiro
    Disco Inferno defeated Vincent
    Perry Saturn defeated WCW World Tag Team Champion Kanyon
    Curt Hennig defeated Jim Duggan
    Sting & Booker T defeated WCW World Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow in a non-title match

    1999 - Kodo Fuyuki, Koji Nakagawa & Gedo defeat Hayabusa, Masato Tanaka & Tetsuhiro Kuroda in the finals of a tournament to become the first WEW (FMW) Six Man Tag Team Champions in Tokyo, Japan.

    2000 - WCW ran Indianapolis, IN at the Conseco Fieldhouse featuring the following results:

    Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, Tank Abbott defeated Yang, Kaz Hayashi, & Jamie-san
    Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak defeated Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak, Gen. Rection & Cpl. Cajun, and Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera; stipulations stated the winners would earn an immediate WCW Tag Team Title shot
    WCW World Tag Team Champions Kronik defeated Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak
    Crowbar defeated David Flair
    Big Vito defeated Norman Smiley
    Mike Awesome defeated Rick Steiner in a tables match
    Shane Douglas defeated Lex Luger
    Sting defeated the Great Muta & the Demon in a handicap match
    Kevin Nash defeated Scott Steiner
    WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Jeff Jarrett

    2003 - NWA:TNA held their weekly PPV broadcast from the Asylum in Nashville, TN. Buck Woodward filed the following PPV report:

    NWA: Total Nonstop Action for July 30th began with a video recap of last week's ladder match between D'Lo Brown and AJ Styles, which ended with both men falling off the ladder and landing on the mat with the NWA World Title belt. They had comments from referee Rudy Charles, who said he had to make a difficult decision, but since there was no decisive winner, he had to award the belt to the champion. They showed Vince Russo talking to Styles backstage, who said Brown would not get a rematch.

    Outside the building, Scott Hudson tried to interview AJ Styles, who was arriving with Trinity. Styles said "No comment" in regards to Brown getting a rematch. Sonny Siaki emerged, saying the spotlight on TNA should be on him.

    Jerry Lynn defeated Elix Skipper in 23 seconds. Skipper attacked Lynn before the bell and hit a suplex for a two count. Skipper went for the Play Of The Day, but Lynn blocked it and hit a La Magistral cradle for a quick pin.

    Skipper got on the mic and started insulting Lynn, challenging him to make it two out of three falls. Lynn agreed, and got back in the ring.

    Jerry Lynn defeated Elix Skipper in 6:05. Lynn pounded Skipper in the corner, but Skipper came back with a spin kick. Skipper stomped Lynn, and hit a short arm clothesline. Lynn battled back, kicking away a Skipper backdrop. Lynn got crotched on the top rope, and Skipper did a rope walk before hitting a rana on Lynn. Skipper pounded Lynn against the ropes, but Lynn backdropped him to the apron. Skipper avoided the guillotine legdrop, and hit an awkward somersault clothesline. Skipper used a chinlock on Lynn, who fought out of it. Skipper hit a twisting legdrop from the corner for a two count. Skipper put Lynn in a front facelock. Lynn battled back with a backdrop and a neckbreaker, then hit a spinning faceplant from the second rope. Lynn and Skipper traded reversals, and the referee got bumped. Skipper picked up his scale and went to hit Lynn with it, but Lynn ducked and kicked the scale into Skipper's face. Lynn then covered Skipper for the pin.

    Sonny Siaki came to the ring with Trinity. Siaki started out bragging, then claimed he "stole the show" by interfering in all of the Brown-Styles matches last week. He said that if not for him, Styles would have lost the title. This brought Styles out to the ring. Styles said he held onto the title because he was the best in the business. Styles told Siaki "his role" saying Styles holds the gold, while Siaki "holds his bags". Siaki said he was Vince Russo's right hand man, and that in the playing deck where Siaki is the ace, Styles is the "joker". Styles slapped Siaki, asking if that was funny. Styles said he didn't need Trinity or Siaki. Brown came to the ring, and told Styles he didn't need anyone, and that he could see the competitive fire in Styles when he is on his own. Brown said Styles had the same questions in his mind over last week's match. Brown challenged Styles to go one-on-one for a final time to see who truly is the World Champion. Styles agreed to face Brown one more time, saying this time the match would be about respect. Styles offered a handshake to Brown. They shook hands, and Siaki clipped Brown's leg. Styles pulled Siaki away from Brown, then started to pound on Brown himself. All three beat on Brown, until Erik Watts hit the ring and chokeslammed Siaki. Watts and Brown cleared the ring. Watts used his power as "Director Of Authority" to announce that next week AJ Styles vs. D'Lo Brown for the World Title will take place, with no Siaki, Trinity or Legend allowed at ringside. Watts then added that Vince Russo could sit at ringside, handcuffed to Watts. Watts then topped it off by making it a cage match.

    Don West & Mike Tenay welcomed us to the show.

    Scott Hudson interviewed Raven and Julio Dinero. Dinero said that CM Punk "flaked out" on them. Raven didn't care, since he just wanted to get his hands on Shane Douglas. Raven said they would go it three on two, but then Alexis said she would go into the match with them as well.

    Sandman defeated Edward Chastain, with Don Callis, in 2:05 to win back the Hard Ten cup. Callis took the mic before the match, and said that he would give the people what they want, which was Edward Chastain vs. Sandman. However, Callis said Sandman would have to wrestle, and that this was not a hardcore match. Callis said if Sandman did not wrestle, he would be "downsized". Chastain hit a bodyblock early, and followed with an elbowdrop. Don Callis joined the announcers, and told Don West he had to change his name, since you can't have two people with the same first name on a wrestling show. Chastain delivered a bodyslam and a legdrop. Chastain went for a senton off the apron to the floor, but Sandman moved out of the way. Sandman jumped off a chair into a leg lariat on the floor. Sandman hit a bulldog in the ring, but the referee would not let him use the Singapore cane. Sandman then went for the Hard Ten Cup, and accidentally hit the referee. Sandman then used the cane, and delivered a cane-assisted legsweep to Chastain. The referee recovered and Sandman scored the pin. Sandman poured beer in the Hard Ten cup, and left the ring. Callis got in the ring and ripped on Chastain for "disappointing the customers". Callis put on a rubber glove, shook Chastain's hand, and told him he had to be "let go" as a result of "corporate downsizing".

    Shark Boy was shown in the back, depressed. Athena tried to cheer him up with his Hulk Hands. Norman Smiley showed up and taught Shark Boy the Big Wiggle to cheer him up. Norman said he would be Shark Boy's new partner.

    Simon Diamond & Swinger, with Glen Gilberti, defeated Shark Boy & Norman Smiley in 5:15. Towards the end, Shark Boy got a hot tag in to Smiley, who hit a clothesline on Swinger and a butt bump to Diamond. Smiley slammed Swinger, and put Diamond in the Big Wiggle. Diamond superkicked Smiley out of the ring. Shark Boy hit a top rope dropkick on Swinger, but was caught in the Problem Solver (elevated DDT) and was pinned.

    Gilberti got on the microphone, and said that while AMW got a whipping the previous week, ring announcer Jeremy Borash didn't get his. AMW ran in before Diamond, Swinger and Gilberti could whip him. AMW challenged Diamond & Swinger for a "Rawhide strap match" for next week, in which four straps will be placed in the ring for the wrestlers to use.

    An interview with Vince Russo aired. Russo said he was looking out for AJ Styles. He said his vision of "Sports Entertainment Extreme" was still going to happen, but it was on the back burner due to his hatred of Jeff Jarrett. Russo admitted he was obsessed with Jarrett. Vince Russo insinuated that he was responsible for Goldylocks being gone, and that he has the stroke in TNA because of Styles being the champion.

    Scott Hudson interviewed Chris Sabin. Sabin put down Frankie Kazarian, and was interrupted by Erik Watts. Watts said he was giving Sabin a special referee tonight, and brought out Frankie Kazarian in a referee shirt.

    Chris Sabin defeated Michael Shane in 9:58 to retain the X Division Title. Back and forth match, with special referee Kazarian actually being consistent in his counts for both men. Sabin went to use the title belt, but Kazarian took it away. Sabin hit a superkick on Shane, then shoved Kazarian for taking the belt. Kazarian gave Sabin the Wave Of The Future. Shane went for the cover, and Kazarian was going to count, but referee Rudy Charles stopped him, and sent him from the ring. While Charles was ordering him to the back, Sabin hit Shane with the title belt. Charles got back in the ring and counted the pin, so Sabin retains the title.

    A vignette aired showing how "Mad Mikey" gets mad all day and takes it out on people (and in one case, a computer monitor). He got mad at work, at a fast food attendant, at everyone. He will be back next week.

    They aired footage of last week's confrontation between Ricky Morton and Kid Kash.

    Scott Hudson interviewed Ricky Morton, who pointed out that he taught Kid Kash everything he (Kash) knows, but not everything he (Morton) knows.

    Kid Kash defeated Ricky Morton in six minutes. Sarah Lee came out to ringside to cheer Morton on. Morton sent Kash out of the ring early and hit him with a tope. However, Kash kicked Morton as they got back in the ring. Kash went for a baseball slide, but Morton caught him and slammed him on the floor. Kash yanked Morton's tights to send him into the ring steps. Back in the ring, Kash hit a top rope clothesline and put Morton in a chinlock. Kash and Morton exchanged blows, but Kash hit a low knee and a gutbuster. Kash worked over morton with a armbar, but Morton came back with a backslide for a two count. Corsica Joe came out to ringside as well. Morton missed a clothesline, and Kash kicked him to the mat. Kash went for a springboard somersault dropkick from across the ring, but Morton moved out of the way. Morton hit a backdrop and a dropkick for a two count. Morton got a sunset flip for two and they exchanged reversals for a two count. Kash poked Morton in the eyes. Kash went to the top, but Morton crotched him and gave him a bodyscissors to the mat. The referee was checking on Kash, and Abyss ran in and gave Morton a drop-down torture rack backbreaker. Abyss ran off, and Kash covered Morton for the pin. After the match, Kash went after Sarah Lee, but Morton slugged him. Kash threw a chair at Morton, knocking him down. Kash then went after Lee, but security stopped him.

    3 Live Crew went to a Mexican restaurant. BJ James was tricked into drinking salsa. Ron Killings ordered orange juice, and ended up drinking tequila. There were some tasteless jokes involving BG James in the toilet. Next week, BG James takes the group to the trailer park.

    The TNA Girls, armed with Cat-O-Nine Tails, called out Valentina and Veronica. Trinity came out with them, then ordered them to go to the ring alone. The TNA Girls quickly got the advantage, whipping Valentina and clearing the ring. Trinity watched from the apron, annoyed at their lack of effort. Valentina and Veronica retreated up the ramp.

    A Christopher Daniels promo aired. The promo said he would be making his TNA return next week.

    A video on the events leading to the Clockwork Orange House Of Fun match was shown.

    Raven, Alexis and Julio cleared the ring at the start, using weapons to keep Douglas and the New Church on the floor. Alexis dove off the top rope on everyone, but she was caught and dumped to the floor. Julio then went for a dive, but was caught as well. Raven delivered a baseball slide to Dinero, knocking down the pile. They began brawling on the floor, with Douglas and Raven pairing off. Slash blasted Dinero with a trash can, bloodying him. Mitchell stabbed Dinero in the head with a spike, and Slash hit him with a crutch. Raven was busted open by Douglas in the crowd. Slash used a broken piece of crutch to carve up Julio's head. Lee dragged Julio up the ramp. Slash hit Alexis with a trashcan lid in the ring. Douglas hit Raven with a trashcan at ringside. The New Church and Douglas were in full control. Slash hit a whirlybird on Alexis. Douglas hit a belly to belly on Raven. Slash went for a Doomsday Device on Julio, who was on Lee's shoulders, but Dinero rolled Lee into a victory roll for a two count (the referee was way out of place) Douglas clotheslined Dinero from the ring. Lee accidentally kicked Douglas out of the ring while going after Alexis. Alexis used a rana to take Slash from the ring. This left Lee in the ring with Alexis, but Raven and Dinero ran in and double superkicked Lee from the ring. Raven and Dinero went to work on Slash and Douglas, putting them in abdominal stretches so Alexis could hit them with cane shots. Douglas was given a conchairto with trashcan lids. The brawl continued, and Raven put Shane Douglas on a table at ringside. Raven elbowdropped Douglas through the table from the second rope. In the ring, Alexis hit a swinging DDT on Slash. An arm came out from under the ring and yanked Raven under it. In the ring, Lee hit a chokeslam on Alexis. Dinero rallied, fighting off Lee and Slash. Dinero and Lee collided on trash can shots, knocking both out. Raven rolled back out from under the ring, apparently beaten up, and Douglas rolled on top of him for the win, getting the pin on the floor.

    Scott Hudson interviewed D'Lo Brown about his cage match next week with AJ Styles. Brown put over the importance of the World Title, and raked an apple across the steel cage, saying the shredded fruit was Styles' face next week.

    Don West & Mike Tenay hyped next week's show.
    - America's Most Wanted vs. Simon Diamond & Swinger in a "Rawhide strap match".
    - X Division Champion Chris Sabin vs. Frankie Kazarian.
    - NWA World Champion AJ Styles vs. D'Lo Brown in a steel cage with Vince Russo handcuffed to Erik Watts at ringside, and Sonny Siaki & Trinity barred from the building.

    Scott Hudson interviewed AJ Styles about the cage match. Styles was confident of victory next week.

    A video package on the feud between Jeff Jarrett and Legend was shown, including interviews with both men.

    Jarrett and Legend went at it before the bell, with Jarrett hitting a dropkick and a series of rights. Legend came back with a knee to the midsection. Legend tried to climb one of the poles, but Jarrett shoved him off the top to the floor. Jarrett brutalized Legend on the floor, and hit a backdrop in the ring. Jarrett went for the guitar, but Legend caught him, only to be slugged to the mat by Jarrett. Legend hit a facebuster out of a fireman's carry. Legend used a surfboard/chinlock combo to stretch Jarrett. Jeff came back with an attempted bodypress, but Legend caught it and hit a backbreaker for a two count. Legend put Jarrett in an armbar and pounded on his midsection. Legend even used a claw on the midsection. Legend went for the guitar, but Jarrett pulled him off the pole with a running powerbomb. Legend hit a powerslam and went for the guitar again. Jarrett slammed him off the top rope. Jarrett went for the Stroke, but Legend blocked it, only to have Jarrett hit it on the second attempt. Jeff Jarrett went and got the baseball bat. Sonny Siaki came in and grabbed the bat from Jarrett. Jarrett attacked Siaki, who dropped the bat. Jarrett tossed Siaki out of the ring, and Legend got the bat and hit Jarrett with it. Legend covered Jarrett for a two count. Siaki went to climb up for the guitar, but black-shirted security grabbed his legs to stop him. Jarrett tossed Siaki into Legend, and got control of the baseball bat. Jarrett hit Siaki with it, but then red-shirted security came in and stopped Jarrett from hitting Siaki with the bat again. This allowed Legend to get the advantage again, but Jarrett continued to kick out, and hit Legend with a superplex. The two ended up battling on the ropes near the guitar, and Jarrett hit a top rope Stroke on Legend. Jarrett got the guitar and went for a top rope shot but Legend ducked it. Legend knocked Jarrett down and grabbed the baseball bat. Legend climbed the ropes, but as he came off, Jarrett hit Legend with the guitar. The guitar didn't break, so Jarrett went to the ropes and hit Legend with it again, smashing it over his head. Jarrett then got the pin.

    Christopher Daniels, in a suit, ran into the ring and attacked Jarrett. Daniels hit a enziguiri, sent Jarrett from the ring, then hit an Arabian moonsault on him. Daniels used the ringsteps to launch into the air and splash Jarrett against the guard rail. Jarrett was tossed back into the ring, as Daniels said "Tradition ends tonight." Legend hit Jarrett with a stunner, then held him down in the ring. Daniels jumped off the top rope with the baseball bat, driving it into Jarrett's chest. Daniels stood over Jarrett to end the show.

    2010 - TNA ran Winston-Salem, NC at the Joel Coliseum Annex featuring the following results:
    Ink, Inc. - Jesse Neal & Shannon Moore defeated Beer Money, James Storm & Robert Roode when Neal pinned Roode after a Spear. Roode was blinded when Storm tried to spit beer in Neal's eyes but missed.
    Douglas Williams pinned Jay Lethal after hitting a Tornado DDT to retain the TNA X-Division Title.
    Madison Rayne pinned Angelina Love with a rollup to retain the TNA Knockout Title. At one point in the match referee Earl Hebner got in Rayne's way as she was whipped into the corner. Rayne stopped herself and yelled at Hebner, but Love then pushed her into the referee's arms and Hebner laid a big kiss on her. Hebner then did a Ric Flair-style strut to a big pop from the North Carolina crowd.
    Jeff Jarrett pinned Desmond Wolfe after hitting the Stroke.
    Jeff Hardy pinned Matt Morgan after hitting a Twist of Fate.
    TNA champion Rob Van Dam pinned A.J. Styles after a Five-Star Frog Splash. Mick Foley was the guest referee.

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    2011 - CHIKARA held CHIKARAsaurus Rex II King of Sequel Night One in Reading, PA. Billy Krotchsen filed the following results:



    *Fire Ant defeated Jigsaw.

    *Gregory Irons defeated Jacob Hammermeiser. (I think, they didn't announce the opponent's name but believe that was him from reading reports)

    *Team 3.0 defeated FIST in six man tag.

    *Eddie Kingston defeated Adam Cole.

    *In an AMAZING match held under British Rounds rules, Johnny Kidd defeated Johnny Saint one minute into Round Four. Each round was six minutes.

    *Mima Shimoda, Portia Perez, and Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Daizee Haze, Sara Del Rey, and Makoto.

    *Tursas defeated Green Ant.

    *Mike Quackenbush defeated Claudio Castagnoli.

    2011 - TNA ran Houston, Texas. Mike Morrison filed the following results:

    Mickie James and Velvet Sky defeated Rosita and Sarita.

    James Storm beat The Pope in a Bound for Glory Match.

    Crimson beat Jeff Jarrett and Shannon Moore in a Triple Threat match.

    Robert Roode beat Devon, Samoa Joe and Gunner in a Four Corners Bound For Glory match.

    Hernandez pinned Ken Anderson.

    AJ Styles pinned Bully Ray in a Bound For Glory match.

    It was a great show with lots of interaction from the TNA talents.

    2011 - WWE ran Rockford, IL. Gregory Davis filed the following results:

    Chris Masters defeated Jack Swagger.

    The Miz and R-Truth defeated Zack Ryder and Alex Ryder.

    Primo defeated Tyler Reks.

    Alberto Del Rio defeated Kofi Kingston.

    Kelly Kelly defeated Brie Bella to retain the Divas Championship.

    Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov defeated Michael McGillicutty and David Otunga in a non-title match.

    Dolph Ziggler defeated Evan Bourne to retain the United States Championship.

    John Cena vs. CM Punk ended in a draw when R-Truth and the Miz interfered.

    2012 - WWE broadcast Raw. Richard Trionfo filed the following TV report:

    We are live from Cincinnati, Ohio and your announcers are Jerry ‘Will Kane do anything with Pete Rose tonight’ Lawler and Michael ‘Herb Tarlek is my hero’ Cole.

    Michael Cole mentions that the evening is eventful so far. Jerry Lawler mentions that there was a pyro situation where the TitanTron caught on fire. We see the footage of the fire.

    It is time for a video package to remind everyone what they saw last week on Raw as the milestone of 1000 episodes of Raw was achieved. (remember that Raw 2000 will take place on September 22, 2031). We end with what Punk did to the Rock.

    CM Punk makes his way to the ring. Punk says that Wrestlemania moments are what everyone talks about. They want their Wrestlemania moment. Punk says that he had a Raw moment last week that was bigger than most people’s Wrestlemania moments. Before he explains why he did what he did to the Rock last week, he wants to talk about something else.

    The way that Raw 1000 went off the air, he felt uncomfortable. It ended with Jerry Lawler saying “CM Punk has turned his back on the WWE Universe.” Punk looks at Lawler and he goes to the announce table. He puts his title belt on the table and sits down in front of Lawler on the table.

    Punk says that he doesn’t get it. He is used to bad overly dramatic hyperbole on commentary but not like that. Punk says that it was Lawler who turned his back on him. Rock was not the WWE Universe. The Rock is one single solitary man. He is a larger than life, extremely charismatic, delusional movie star who showed him an incredible lack of respect.

    Rock interrupted him and that is something that no one should do. When he went into his tired shtick with Daniel Bryan, it was like Punk was invisible. When Rock ‘lowers himself’ to talk to Punk, he mentions that he is gifted a title match at the Royal Rumble. Rock acts like he is going to be given the title.

    Punk says that he showed Rock some respect because he should have dropped Rock right then and there.

    Then at the end of the night, Dwayne does what Dwayne does best. He tries to make the show all about him. Punk says that was when he showed Rock the type of person he is dealing with at Royal Rumble. Punk reminds Jerry that he is the champion.

    Punk wonders what the Rock’s response is because we haven’t heard anything. When Dwayne was dealing with John Cena, we couldn’t shut him up.

    Punk says that he knows what Dwayne’s silence means. Punk tells Jerry that when it comes to him and his little agenda, Jerry can say what he did or didn’t do to John Cena. The 1000th episode of Raw ended the way that every episode should end. The focus was on the WWE Champion, the best wrestler in the world.

    Big Show’s music plays and he comes to the ring and Punk goes into the ring as well.

    Punk says that Show is out here to steal the spotlight too.

    Show says it isn’t hard to do. He says that the focus was on Punk at the end of Raw 1000, but the end of Raw 1000 was all about him. Show reminds everyone that he is the one who cost John Cena the WWE Title. He made John Cena the first man to cash in the contract and lose. Show says that Punk is the ‘best in the world’ but Show knocked out John Cena and Punk still couldn’t beat him. Punk was in the STF and would have tapped out if Show didn’t do what he did.

    The only reason why Punk is still the WWE Champion is because of him. Show says that Cena vowed that he would not win Money in the Bank and Show says that he vowed that Cena would not cash in. Show vows that he will be the next WWE Champion.

    Punk says that Show couldn’t beat John Cena at No Way Out and couldn’t get the briefcase at Money in the Bank. It appears that the only person who is winning is him.

    John Cena’s music plays and he goes to the ring and he kicks and punches Show. Show pushes Cena away and leaves the ring.

    Punk stands in the ring watching John Cena trying to steal the spotlight.

    AJ Lee comes out and she says that as her first proclamation as Raw General Manager tonight’s main event will be Big Show versus John Cena. The winner of the match will face CM Punk at SummerSlam for the WWE Championship.

    We go to commercial.

    We are back and Cole asks Lawler what his thoughts were on CM Punk’s explanation. Cole sends out a Tout Challenge.

    Daniel Bryan is walking in the back and he goes to AJ’s office door. He hesitates and then walks away.



    Match Number One: Santino Marella versus Alberto Del Rio (with Ricardo Rodriguez)



    Santino with punches but Del Rio with a clothesline and kicks to Santino. The referee warns Alberto and Santino with punches but Del Rio with a suplex. Del Rio runs Santino into the corner and he kicks Santino in the chest. Del Rio slaps Santino and chokes him in the corner. Del Rio with a kick and Irish whip.

    Del Rio runs into the corner and Santino sends Del Rio onto the apron and Santino with a drop kick that sends Del Rio to the floor.

    We go to commercial.

    We are back and Del Rio is working on Santino’s arm. Santino with punches but Del Rio punches back to stop Santino. Del Rio leaps onto Santino’s chest and then he mocks the Cobra. Del Rio kicks Santino in the ribs and shoulder. Del Rio with an arm bar on Santino. Del Rio with a kick to the leg and a side head lock but Santino with a Saito suplex and both men are down.

    Santino with punches and then he does the flip but he cannot get up and Del Rio kicks him in the chest. Del Rio with a boot to Santino’s chest. Del Rio goes to the turnbuckles but he misses a double stomp and Del Rio appears to have tweaked his knee. Santino sets for the Cobra but Del Rio was playing mongoose and then Del Rio sends Santino into the ring post and then he applies the cross arm breaker and Santino taps out.



    Winner: Alberto Del Rio



    After the match, Del Rio stands over Santino and he says that he just destroyed the US Champion like nothing. Santino Marella is beneath him. Sheamus is beneath him. All of the people in here are beneath him. If it is not a World Title match, he will not compete. Starting today, he will not compete until SummerSlam.

    We go to the hallway and Bryan tries a second time to talk to the Raw General Manager. Daniel cannot summon up the strength to knock on the door and we go to commercial.

    We are back and Vickie interrupts Brodus and the Funkettes. She asks them if that is dancing and she calls it a disgrace. She tells the little girls to step aside so the Queen Diva can show everyone to put a step on. Vickie calls for her music.

    Damien Sandow’s music plays and he has something to say. He begs everyone’s indulgence. Tis Damien Sandow, the intellectual savior of the masses and our martyr. A horrible crime was perpetrated last week against humanity. Damien wants the footage to be rolled at once. We see what DX did to Damien Sandow.

    Damien sees Brodus laughing and he attacks Brodus. Sandow clips Clay and punches him. Sandow with knees to Clay’s head and he continues the attack with punches and kicks. Sandow whips Clay with his tear away pants and then he breaks Brodus’ gold chain.

    Michael Cole mentions that Dolph Ziggler and Chris Jericho will be involved in a tag match later tonight. We see footage from way back at Raw 999 when Dolph Ziggler inquired of Chris Jericho’s current status only to see Jericho hit the Codebreaker.

    We then see what Chris Jericho did to Dolph Ziggler on last week’s Smackdown (not even close to 1000) and the Brogue Kick from Sheamus and Codebreaker from Chris Jericho.

    We go to commercial.

    We are back and Daniel Bryan finally enters AJ’s office. AJ says that she is glad to see him. Bryan wants to know if AJ is insane but AJ tells Daniel to shut up and she reminds him that she is his boss. There were a few guys in white coats last week. They looked like they were from a mental hospital. AJ says that she thinks Daniel was going to marry her to get her committed.

    Daniel says that he is committed to AJ. They were friends of his and they were wearing white because he was wearing white.

    AJ says that she is putting Daniel in a match against one of his favorite opponents, Sheamus. Daniel asks if it is for the title and AJ says no. She repeats NO and Daniel leaves.

    In case you missed the Brock Lesnar and Triple H confrontation from last week, we have highlights.

    Michael Cole reminds us that Daniel Bryan will face Sheamus. The fans get to choose the stipulation. Will it be a No Holds Barred Match, a Falls Count Anywhere Match, or a Street Fight?

    Sheamus is walking in the back and Josh Mathews asks Sheamus what type of match he wants. Sheamus likes that the decision is in the hands of the fans. Sheamus says that his face won’t win any beauty pageants so the rougher the better.

    We go to commercial.

    We are back and Daniel Bryan tells everyone to stop chanting yes. Daniel says that he is the only person who can chant ‘YES’. Daniel wants everyone to stop while he yells ‘NO’.

    Jerry Lawler lets us know the stipulation and it is going to be a Street Fight.



    Match Number Two: Sheamus versus Daniel Bryan in a Street Fight



    Bryan with a running knee to Sheamus followed by kicks of Yes around the ring. Sheamus with forearms to Bryan followed by a punch to the midsection. Sheamus with an Irish whip and Bryan flips over Sheamus. Sheamus with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker to Bryan followed by knees to the head in the corner.

    Sheamus with an Irish whip but Bryan with a drop kick to the knee and Sheamus goes into the turnbuckles. Bryan with a knee to the back of the head and then he works on the wrist and hand. Sheamus and Bryan exchange punches and kicks. Sheamus with a back elbow. Sheamus with a series of knee drops for a near fall.

    Bryan falls to the floor and Sheamus follows after him. Sheamus sends Bryan into the ringside barrier. Sheamus sends Bryan into the ringside barrier again. Bryan with a kick but he charges at Sheamus and Sheamus with a back body drop onto the ramp.

    Sheamus sends Bryan into the logo on the stage. Bryan with a drop kick to the knee followed by kicks of Yes to the chest against the edge of the stage. Bryan with a running drop kick and Sheamus gets sent to the floor and Sheamus is limping. Bryan with a knee off the stage and we go to commercial.

    We are back and they have returned to the ring and Bryan with an arm bar. Sheamus with forearms but Bryan with a kick and a drop kick that sends Sheamus to the floor. Bryan goes to the apron and tries for a cross body but Sheamus catches Bryan and hits a fallaway slam into the ringside barrier.

    Sheamus puts Bryan against the ringside barrier for the forearms of ten. Sheamus suplexes Bryan from the ring announcer and bell pit to the ringside area. Sheamus sends Bryan back into the ring and he gets a chair and kendo stick and sends them into the ring. Bryan grabs them and throws them to the floor.

    Bryan is clotheslined over the top rope to the floor right next to the cane and chair. Sheamus goes to the apron and Bryan hits Sheamus in the leg with the kendo stick. Bryan with a series of kendo stick shots to Sheamus. Bryan gets the chair from the floor and he puts it in the corner between the top and middle rope.

    Sheamus blocks a kendo stick shot and he connects with a head butt. Sheamus swings for the fenses and then Bryan with a drop kick that sends Sheamus’ head into the chair. Bryan gets a near fall on Sheamus.

    Bryan grabs the chair but Sheamus with a running shoulder tackle to knock the chair out of his hands. Sheamus hits Bryan with the chair and then he picks up the ring steps and moves them out of the way. Sheamus tries to use the steps but Bryan escapes. Bryan sends Sheamus into the ring post and both men are down.

    Bryan picks up the steps and puts them into the ring. Bryan with a hard Irish whip into the ringside barrier and then he sends Sheamus into the ring. Sheamus grabs the kendo stick and it is time for a tug of war. Sheamus picks up Bryan and climbs onto the steps for White Noise but Bryan escapes. Sheamus with a Brogue Kick that sends Bryan onto the steps and Sheamus gets the three count.



    Winner: Sheamus



    We take a look back at what CM Punk said about Dwayne during ‘Story Time with Jerry’ at the start of Raw.

    We are back and Daniel Bryan says that he is not leaving the ring until he gets a doctor. Bryan screams NO and that allows us to see what Punk said earlier tonight.

    Daniel Bryan is still in the ring and he refuses to leave the ring.

    Kofi Kingston’s music plays and he is joined by R Truth and Little Jimmy. Kofi says that he knows that Daniel is having a bad day and a few bad weeks. Kofi tells Bryan to get out of the ring.

    Truth tells Bryan that there is no place for him and he needs to skedaddle. Truth says that him, Kofi, and Little Jimmy have some business to take care of.

    Bryan asks where Little Jimmy is and he introduces himself to Daniel Bryan. Daniel kicks Little Jimmy over the top rope to the floor and Truth checks on him.

    Bryan says that Truth is consoling an invisible child and they wonder what is wrong with him. Bryan says that Truth is out of his mind and he does not belong here.

    Daniel’s wedding party comes out and they are here to take Truth away.

    AJ’s music plays and she comes out. She tells them that Truth isn’t the person who needs the help. The little guy in the ring needs the help. She tells Daniel that he seems a bit mentally unstable tonight. AJ says that in the interest of a safe working environment, Daniel needs to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

    We are back and we will find out on Friday night who the new Smackdown General Manager will be.

    R Truth brings Little Jimmy to a chair at ringside as the ‘sane’ people talk to an invisible person.

    Who wants some Touts?

    Abraham Washington comes out and he introduces everyone to the future WWE Tag Team Champions, Darren Young and Titus O’Neil.



    Match Number Three: Titus O’Neil (with Darren Young, Abraham Washington, and a live mic) versus Kofi Kingston (with R Truth and Little Jimmy)



    Titus with a forearm and Irish whip but Kofi with boots to Titus. Kofi tries for a cross body but Titus catches Kofi and hits a back breaker. Titus barks while Abe talks over the action. Titus sends Kofi into the corner but Kofi with punches. Titus with a slam and he gets a near fall. Titus with a rear chin lock.

    Kofi with punches but Titus with a forearm to the back. Titus holds on to Kofi but he waits too long and Kofi with a DDT and both men are down. Kofi with chops and a drop kick but Titus stays on his feet. Kofi with the Superman punch followed the Boom Drop. Darren gets on the apron and Truth takes care of him.

    Abe throws his shoe at Kofi and Abe runs away. Kofi turns around and gets hit with Clash of the Titus for the three count.



    Winner: Titus O’Neil



    CM Punk is in the back and he tells Cena to watch the tapes. He might have taken advantage of Big Show’s involvement but with the title on the line, anything would have been done. Punk says that some say that they should have done more than stand and watch what Show did to Cena. Punk says that he likes Cena and he doesn’t wish either of them luck in their match later tonight because he doesn’t care who wins.

    Punk says that Cena is angry because Punk did in one night to Rock what Cena couldn’t do in a year.

    We go to commercial.

    We are back and Michael Cole apologizes for what Abraham Washington said during the O’Neil/Kingston match.

    We then see what Punk said to Cena before the commercial break.

    We go to the ring and Heath Slater has a mic. First we see what happened to Heath on Raw 1000.

    Slater says that now that the legends have finally went back to the retirement home, he can get his career back on track. Slater says that he is here to challenge any current WWE Superstar to come out and lose to the One Man Band.



    Match Number Four: Heath Slater versus Randy Orton



    Slater with punches and he sends Orton into the corner. Slater with punches and the referee pulls Slater out of the corner. Orton with a clothesline or two. Slater misses a clothesline and that means it is power slam time. Orton looks around and sends Slater to the apron for an IEDDT. Orton looks around and makes sure not to stare where Sheamus does for the Brogue Kick and it is RKO time and he gets the three count.



    Winner: Randy Orton



    Daniel Bryan is in the back and he says that his neck is killing him. He doesn’t need to go through this examination.

    Bryan is asked what his name is, if he is from Aberdeen, Washington, if he is a former World Champion, if he is a vegan, and if he did not get married last week.

    Bryan answers yes to all of the questions and he cannot stop saying ‘YES’.

    We go to commercial.



    Match Number Five: Chris Jericho and Christian versus Miz and Dolph Ziggler (with Vickie Guerrero)



    Dolph and Christian start things off but Christian wants Miz to start. They lock up and Ziggler with a waist lock take down and the he struts because he is impressed with himself. Christian with a slap and flapjack for a near fall. Ziggler with elbows to the head and Miz tags in. Christian takes Miz down and punches him. Miz tags Ziggler back in.

    They lock up and Jericho tags in and Ziggler tags Miz back in. Jericho with a hip toss to Miz followed by a clothesline. Jericho slams Miz and hits an elbow drop for a near fall. Jericho with a chop to Miz and then he chops him again in the corner. Jericho with an Irish whip and he runs into a boot from Miz. Miz kicks Jericho and sends him into the turnbuckles. Ziggler tags in and he punches Jericho. Jericho with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Ziggler sends Jericho over the top rope but he goes to the apron and up top for a chop to the head. Jericho clotheslines Ziggler over the top rope. Miz is sent to the floor and Christian with a cross body from the top and we go to commercial.

    We are back and Miz with a reverse chin lock. We see footage from the commercial break when Vickie distracted Jericho long enough to allow Ziggler to knock him off the apron. Miz with a clothesline for a near fall. Miz returns to the reverse chin lock. Jericho with a belly-to-back suplex and he gets out of the chin lock.

    Christian and Ziggler tag in and Christian with punches and a running forearm. Christian slingshots to the floor and he connects with an uppercut. Christian with a corkscrew back elbow but Ziggler sends Christian into the turnbuckles. Christian with a back heel kick and sunset flip for a near fall.

    Christian takes care of Miz and Ziggler but Ziggler with a drop kick and he gets a near fall. Miz tags in and kicks Christian in the head. He chokes Christian in the ropes. Ziggler kicks Christian. Miz gets another near fall. Christian punches Miz but Miz with a knee. Christian sends Miz to the floor and Christian struggles to make it to his corner. Miz pulls Jericho off the apron to prevent Christian from making the tag.

    Miz and Ziggler attack Christian while the referee was not looking and then Miz gets a near fall. Ziggler tags back in and he hits a few elbow drops and then he hits a leaping elbow drop for a near fall. Ziggler with a reverse chin lock and he does a headstand to add more pressure. Christian with punches but Ziggler with a neck breaker.

    Ziggler kicks Christian and connects with an elbow. Ziggler with shoulders in the corner. Ziggler with kicks and he tries for the Fameasser but Christian with a power bomb and both men are down. Miz and Jericho tag in and Jericho with shoulder tackles. Jericho with a springboard drop kick to Ziggler on the apron. Jericho with a bulldog followed by a Lionsault and he gets a near fall.

    Christian with a spear on Ziggler but Miz sends Christian into the ring post. Jericho tries for the Walls of Jericho but Miz powers out and he kicks Jericho in the head. Miz sets for the Skull Crushing Finale but Jericho escapes. Christian with a thumb to the eyes and Jericho hits the Codebreaker for the three count.



    Winners: Chris Jericho and Christian



    After the match, Ziggler hits Jericho in the back of the head with the briefcase.

    We go back to Daniel Bryan’s psychological evaluation. It is time for the Rorschach Test. Daniel sees the inkblots and sees a goat face. He says that he is not a goatface or an oompa loompa. He wants to know if Charlie Sheen put him up to this.

    We are back and it is time to see what people are Touting about.



    Match Number Six: Tensai (with Sakamoto) versus Tyson Kidd



    Kidd with kicks to the leg and Kidd with an enzuigiri. Tensai with a shoulder tackle and splash into the corner. Tensai with a slingshot into the ropes followed by an elbow drop and forearms to the back of the head. Tensai with a nerve hold. Kidd with a spinning back heel kick and he misses a charge into the corner. Kidd with a rollup for a near fall.

    Kidd with an enzuigiri from the apron and he goes up top for a blockbuster for a near fall. Kidd with a kick and forearms. Tensai with a choke slam and back senton for the three count.



    Winner: Tensai



    After the match, Tensai with a short arm clothesline or two. Tensai with elbow drops and he sets for a back breaker. The referee reverses the decision due to Tensai’s post match attack.

    Tensai tells Sakamoto to assume the position and Tensai slaps him. Tensai throws Sakamoto to the floor.

    The psychiatrist finds Bryan bitter, short tempered, and obsessed with Charlie Sheen. The doctor finds Bryan completely sane.

    Bryan says that he knew he was sane.

    The lights go red and Kane says that he is Bryan’s anger management therapist.

    Kane slams Bryan’s head into the walls and table before leaving.

    We are back and in case you missed it last week, or earlier tonight, we see a recap of the reason why Brock Lesnar will be facing Triple H at SummerSlam.

    CM Punk makes his way to the announce table to get up close and personal to see who he will be facing at SummerSlam.

    Show confronts Punk at the announce table before John Cena makes his way to the ring.



    Match Number Seven: John Cena versus Big Show in a Number One Contender Match



    Show misses a punch and Cena with punches to Show. Show with a punch to the midsection. Show with a head butt and Irish whip and running butt splash into the corner. Show with a punch to the midsection followed by a head butt. Show with the shhhh chop in the corner. Show with another shhhh chop in the corner.

    Show goes for a third shhhh chop but Cena moves and he climbs on Show’s back and tries to choke Show out. Show runs Cena into the turnbuckles. Cena tries for a cross body but Show catches him. Cena returns to the choke.

    Show falls to his knees as Cena continues to apply the choke. Show falls to the mat and Cena gets a near fall but Show sends Cena through the ropes when he kicks out and we go to commercial.

    We are back and Big Show is in control of the match right now. Cena with punches to Show followed by a kick. Cena tries for a flying shoulder tackle but Cena bounces off Show. Show walks across Cena’s chest. Show with an Irish whip and running back splash and Show has something to say to Punk.

    Show tells Punk to polish up his title for him. Show with another Irish whip and he charges into the corner again but Cena gets his boots up and Cena with a bulldog and both men are down. Cena with kicks and punches to Show and Show with a bear hug. Cena with elbows to get out of the bear hug. Cena tries to slam Show but he collapses under Show’s weight and Show gets a near fall.

    Show signals for the choke slam and he grabs Cena by the throat. Cena counters with a DDT and both men are down again. Show hits a side slam on a charging Cena. Show gets up first and he goes to the turnbuckles for the elbow drop but Cena moves. Cena with a shoulder tackle followed by a blue thunder bomb. Cena with the five knuckle shuffle but Show with a choke slam and Cena is able to kick out at two.

    Show brings Cena back into the ring and then he punches Cena and Cena goes to the floor again. Show tries to send Cena into the ring post but Cena sends Show into the post. Cena charges at Show and Show sends Cena into Punk.

    The referee starts his count on Cena but he gets back into the ring in time. Punk is holding his shoulder against the ringside barrier. Show signals for the punch but Cena moves. Cena gets Show up for the FU but Punk attacks Cena and the referee calls for the bell.



    Winner: CM Punk by disqualification



    After the match, Punk kicks Show in the head.

    Punk takes the mic and title belt and he goes into the ring where both Cena and Show are down. Punk says that the winner of this contest is . . . nobody.

    Punk says that both of them are losers and he drops the mic and leaves the ring. Punk walks to the back and he walks past AJ.

    AJ comes out and she says that CM Punk is wrong. They are not losers. They are both winners so we will have a Triple Threat Match at SummerSlam where Punk will face John Cena and Big Show.

    Punk tells AJ that he is the champion and she cannot do this. AJ tells Punk that she is the GM. Punk tells her that she is a bad GM and Punk demands respect as we go to credits.
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