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    Angry WWE RAW Live Coverage - April 4th, 2022




    Cody Rhodes makes his return to Monday Night Raw

    After six years away from the WWE, Cody Rhodes is back on Monday Night Raw!

    Following his shocking return and victory over Seth Rollins on WrestleMania Saturday, “The American Nightmare” will celebrate his homecoming to the red brand. Tune in tonight to hear what Rhodes has to say about his homecoming.






    – The post-WrestleMania 38 edition of WWE RAW opens up with a video package of highlights from WrestleMania Saturday and WrestleMania Sunday. We’re live from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas as Jimmy Smith welcomes us to RAW After WrestleMania. He’s joined at ringside by Corey Graves and Byron Saxton.

    – We go right to the ring and out comes Cody Rhodes to a pop. Rhodes is wearing a suit tonight. He takes his time walking to the ring and the pyro goes of. Rhodes greets fans on his way to the ring as Mike Rome introduces The American Nightmare.

    Rhodes enters the ring and the music stops as fans chant his name and chant “welcome back!” as he takes it all in. Rhodes asks the crowd what they want to talk about and they pop. Rhodes says it’s been 47 days since the abrupt news came out that he was a free agent. He heard all the theories. Everyone thinks the decision to return to WWE was difficult but it was not, it was simple really. The “star” that left them in the “dust” and the man that has signed a multi-year agreement, standing here now, and if there was… fans interrupt with a “you deserve it!” chant. If there was a glimmer of doubt, then the moment he rose up in front of 70,000+ fans, the moment he made the WrestleMania walk and beat a top Superstar in Seth Rollins, that doubt was eradicated. Rhodes recalls a quote he found, about how a man finds his destiny on the path he takes to avoid it.

    Cody shows us a photo of his father, WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, on the big screen. It’s so easy to say that’s his father, yeah he’s a legend, a common man, the son of a plumber, but to Cody he was his hero. Fans chant “Dusty!” now. Rhodes says the photo on the screen was taken in 1977 at Madison Square Garden, showing Dusty holding the title that WWE Hall of Famers like Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels and Triple H would get their hands on, and many other greats. Cody says this photo was on the mantel in his parent’s bedroom until his father’s last day. Cody gets a bit emotional and says as he got hip to the industry, he found the courage to say to his dad, he didn’t know he was champion like Hogan was. His dad looked at him with the same eyes his daughter Liberty does, and explained how it was champion’s advantage and he won by count out but didn’t take the title home. Cody was just 8 years old and he knew then that he would win this title one day, he would place it and bestow it into the hands of The American Dream, telling him no one can take it from you now. Rhodes says for those who are new to his journey, unfortunately that Dream died, it died right in front of him, the opportunity passed.

    Cody is getting emotional as he continues with this story. He says that opportunity passed, or did it? He says he cannot physically put that title into his father’s hands, he can’t physically bestow it onto The American Dream, but he can certainly put it around the waist of The American Nightmare. Fans chant “Cody!” and “you can do it!” now. Cody says his intentions are clear, he’s made it clear, he stands in front of us ready, finally ready, and he’s going to do it, he’s going to give the distinction that his family has long since been denied, he’s doing it for the fans, for himself, for his family, and he’s going to do it for The American Dream, Dusty Rhodes. The music interrupts and out comes Seth Rollins. Rollins dances to the stage as fans sing along with his theme.

    Rollins enters the ring and stares Rhodes down. Rhodes stares back and drops the mic, then extends his hand for a shake. Rollins just looks at him as they stand in the middle of the ring. Fans chant “yes!” now. Rollins finally shakes Cody’s hand while smiling and mouthing something to him that we can’t hear. Cody’s music starts back up as Rollins exits the ring. Graves says Rollins said “welcome home” to Cody.

    – Jimmy says new Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns will be here tonight. Also, RAW Tag Team Champions RK-Bro and WWE United States Champion Finn Balor will face SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos and Austin Theory in six-man action. New RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair will also be here.

    Championship Contender’s Match: WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Sasha Banks and Naomi vs. Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley

    We go back to the ring and out first are the new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions – Naomi and Sasha Banks. Naomi is out first and Banks joins her. They dance on the stage and head to the ring for this Championship Contender’s match. They hit the ring and pose on the apron as the pyro goes off. We go to commercial.

    Back from the break and Rhea Ripley and Liv Morgan are out for this match to earn a future title shot. Ripley starts off with Naomi and takes control. Ripley with a long vertical suplex in the middle of the ring as Liv and fans count along. Ripley keeps Naomi in the air for more than one minute, then slams her for a 2 count.

    Naomi ducks a big boot and goes to work. Banks tags in and they double team Ripley into the turnbuckles. Naomi tags back in for more double teaming. Liv breaks up a pin attempt just in time. Liv is sent out and Banks hits a Meteora from the apron to Liv on the floor. Ripley then leaps out from the apron to take Banks down on the floor. Naomi runs and nails a dive onto Ripley at ringside. Naomi brings Ripley back into the ring and nails a leg drop for a 2 count as we go back to commercial.

    Back from the break and Naomi ends up nailing the springboard kick to drop Ripley. Liv and Banks tag in at the same time and unload on each other. Banks drops Liv for a pop. Banks drops Liv in the corner with a shot to the jaw, then hits the Meteora. Banks yells out for a pop from the crowd as she keeps control. Banks flies from the top with another Meteora but Liv kicks out at 2.

    Liv with roll-ups now but Banks keeps control. Liv drops Banks with an enziguri. Ripley tags in and they double team Banks now. Ripley covers for a 2 count. More back and forth between the two teams. There was a bit of miscommunication between the challengers towards the end. The champs end up hitting a double modified Lungblower on Liv for the pin to win.

    Winners: Sasha Banks and Naomi

    – After the match, Banks and Naomi stand tall and celebrate before exiting as fans cheer them on. Ripley comes back in and she’s disappointed with Liv. Liv tries to talk to her but Ripley walks off. Liv is confused. Ripley walks off and here comes Kevin Owens as we go to a break.

    – Back from the break and we see stills from WrestleMania 38.

    – We go back to the ring and Kevin Owens is waiting with a mic.

    Owens says he may have made a mistake at WrestleMania Saturday when he had WWE Hall of Famer Steve Austin on The KO Show. Owens admits he underestimated The Texas Rattlesnake a little bit because Stone Cold is still great, but you’d have to be great to step in the ring with the greatest of all-time, Kevin Owens. Owens yells at the crowd about how great he is. Owens then says he went into the match with a bad back injury. He goes on about how he probably should’ve taken time off to heal up.

    Owens says as great as the win was for Austin, it should be listed in the record books as being over someone who wasn’t 100%, actually it should be stricken from the record books altogether. Owens goes on ranting about his back and Austin. The music interrupts and out comes Elias with a totally new look. Owens asks if this is Elias, and where the hell has he been? Owens asks why Elias is interrupting him.

    Elias says he is not Elias, he is the younger brother to Elias. The name is Ezekiel. Owens says no, he recognizes those eyes, this is Elias. He insists he’s the younger brother to Elias, named Ezekiel. Owens hates liars. Ezekiel says he must hate himself then, because he lied to Stone Cold on Saturday and because of that he got Stunned. Fans chant “you got Stunned!” as Owens says he doesn’t like Elias. Owens gives Ezekiel 10 seconds to get out of his ring or else. Fans count down with Owens.

    Owens counts down but he leaves the ring to boos instead of doing anything about it. Owens’ music starts back up as he marches to the back while Ezekiel looks on with a smirk on his face.

    – The announcers congratulate Bad Bunny on winning a Grammy Award last night.

    Dominik Mysterio vs. The Miz

    We go back to the ring and out comes The Mysterios – Dominik Mysterio with Rey Mysterio. Back to commercial.

    Back from the break and out comes The Miz. We see what happened at WrestleMania 38 with Miz, Logan Paul and The Mysterio. The bell rings and they go at it. Dominik mounts offense early on but Miz comes right back with a quick Skull Crushing Finale to get the squash run.

    Winner: The Miz

    – After the match, The Miz stands tall as his music hits and Rey comes in to check on his son. Miz poses in the corner but the music interrupts and out comes Veer Mahaan for his re-debut. Miz leaves as Veer hits the ring and poses. Veer suddenly levels Dominik with one shot. Rey attacks Veer but Veer drops him with a big clothesline, then smashes him into the mat. Veer smashes Dominik next and applies a modified Camel Clutch submission. Dominik taps and yells out but Veer isn’t letting go. Fans boo Veer as he finally lets go and stands tall over Dominik. We go to replays.

    – Still to come, Roman Reigns will be here. The announcers go over some of the mainstream publicity for WrestleMania 38, and tout the attendance at AT&T Stadium.

    – We go back to the ring and out comes new RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair to a pop. She hits the ring and poses as we go back to commercial.

    Back from the break and we see more WrestleMania stills. Belair is in the ring with a mic now. She thanks everyone for never giving up on her until she got back what is her own. A “you deserve it!” chant starts up. Belair is sporting a bad shiner from a kick she took from Becky Lynch at WrestleMania, and she acknowledges the black eye, but says it all goes back to SummerSlam. Belair learned not to take any of this for granted because it can be taken away so quick and that hurt.

    Belair goes on about being a fighting champion and ready to face anyone in the back. After Saturday she is different, she is better. She says the fans deserve better than Lynch, so she became better. Belair hypes herself up some more and poses as the pyro explodes. Belair raises the title in the air to end the segment.

    – Still to come, the Dolph Ziggler will defend against Bron Breakker. We get a promo for the match.

    WWE NXT Title Match: Bron Breakker vs. Dolph Ziggler

    We go back to the ring and out comes NXT Champion Dolph Ziggler with Robert Roode. Back to commercial.

    Back from the break and here comes Bron Breakker to a pop. Bron stands tall in the ring and is fired up as fans cheer him on. We get formal ring introductions from Mike Rome. Ziggler taunts and jabs Breakker before the bell. Breakker smiles and Ziggler yells at him.

    The bell rings and Breakker rams Ziggler into the corner, then launches him out with a big belly-to-belly suplex. Ziggler goes to the floor to regroup but Breakker taunts him. They bring it back in but Ziggler mounts Breakker with right hands. Ziggler with a DDT and a big elbow drop for a 2 count.

    Roode taunts Breakker with insults but Breakker catches Ziggler in mid-move with a big powerslam out of the air. Breakker blocks a dropkick and launches Ziggler into the turnbuckle with a catapult. Ziggler counters and turns it around in the corner, sending Breakker in face-first. Ziggler dropkicks Breakker to the floor and we go back to commercial.

    Back from the break and Ziggler has control in the ring. Breakker fights up and out but Ziggler dropkicks him for a close 2 count. Breakker counters a Fame-asser with a big powerbomb and they’re both down now. Breakker mounts more offense now and drops his straps, waiting for Ziggler to get up. Roode distracts him but Breakker kicks out of Ziggler’s roll-up. Breakker goes to the floor and destroys Roode real quick as fans bark for him. Ziggler takes advantage and drops Breakker with a Fame-asser in the middle of the ring for another close 2 count. More back and forth now.

    Ziggler rakes Bron’s eyes and superkicks him again like he did at Stand & Deliver, but Breakker still kicks out. Ziggler has words with the referee out of frustration. Ziggler yells for Bron to get up as he cranks up for the superkick. Bron explodes up out of nowhere with a big Spear for a big pop. Breakker goes on and presses Ziggler high above his head, then drops him down into the powerslam for the pin to win the title.

    Winner and New NXT Champion: Bron Breakker

    – After the match, Breakker stands tall with the NXT Title as fans cheer him on. The music hits and we go to replays. Breakker continues his celebration, raising the title in the air as fans cheer him on.

    – We get a look at Bobby Lashley defeating Omos at WrestleMania. Still to come, Lashley will be here. Back to commercial.

    – Back from the break and MVP is in the ring. He says actions speak louder than words, and it’s his pleasure to introduce a man who spoke volumes with his actions at WrestleMania. MVP says Bobby Lashley, without an ounce of help, triumphed over the Goliath that has been terrorizing RAW as of late, and he didn’t even need MVP’s help.

    MVP goes on hyping Lashley up some more until the music hits and out comes Lashley down the ramp. Pyro goes off as fans cheer Lashley on. Lashley hits the ring and fans chant “Bobby!” now. Lashley says he couldn’t resist the WrestleMania challenge for Omos, he had to see how big and tough he was. Lashley knew when he knocked Omos on his ass last week, he knew it could be done. Lashley admits Omos beat the hell out of him at WrestleMania as the strongest, most powerful and meanest man he’s ever faced. Lashley knew the only way he could win was for Omos to make a mistake and then it would be 1-2-3, and that’s exactly what happened.

    The music interrupts and out comes Omos. Omos says he wants his rematch because that was a fluke. MVP takes the mic and announces that Omos wants his rematch. Omos and Lashley face off in the middle of the ring. MVP suddenly drops Lashley from behind by taking his knee out. Fans boo as Omos decks Lashley and now MVP mounts Lashley with punches and trash talking. MVP is yelling about how Lashley doesn’t need him anymore. Omos holds Lashley and MVP decks him. Fans chant “you suck!” as MVP barks orders while Omos destroys Lashley some more. MVP delivers his Yakuza Kick in the corner. Omos drives Lashley into the mat one more time and then poses over Lashley as the boos get louder. MVP points his cane at Omos and then shakes his hand as fans boo them some more.

    – The announcers bring up the recent tension between Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley. Liv is looking for Ripley backstage and she finds her. Ripley reveals that Adam Pearce has granted her request for a shot at the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles for next week. Liv thanks her and says let’s go get the gold. The segment ends with Liv and Ripley on the same page.

    Carmella and Queen Zelina Vega vs. Shayna Baszler and Natalya

    We go back to the ring and out comes Carmella and Queen Zelina Vega. Back to commercial.

    Back from the break and Vega interrupts as Mike Rome is about to announce their opponents. Vega says before that she has one thing she has to get off her chest. Vega says Carmella is the reason they lost their titles and she’s too pre-occupied with herself. Vega also mentions how Carmella is too obsessed with her man, Corey Graves, but he sure is a good looking man… Carmella snatches the mic and they have some words. Carmella thought Vega would be one of her bridesmaids, but now all she can be is a flower girl. Vega decks Carmella with a big forearm and attacks, sending her to the floor. Carmella is down at the announce table as Graves gets up to check on her. Carmella grabs Graves and they start kissing. The make-out session continues at ringside for a minute or so to end the segment.

    – We see WrestleMania highlights with Steve Austin, Vince McMahon, Pat McAfee and Austin Theory.

    – The Usos approach Austin Theory backstage, and Theory is seething. The Usos point out how mad Theory looks, and say they’re not unhappy like he is because they got the W at WrestleMania. They go on and say tonight they will show RK-Bro why The Bloodline controls all of WWE. The Usos say they almost believed the hype on Theory from WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon but then he got beat by a retired NFL player and a retired Stone Cold. They go on taunting Theory and he’s heard enough. He says McAfee got lucky and he’s not even going to talk about Austin. Theory says Mr. McMahon never makes a mistake and he is the best investment Vince has ever made. As far as tonight, Theory says Finn Balor might as well be Theory because he’s going to catch a beating. Theory says “A-Town down!” as he walks off and The Usos smile.

    RAW Tag Team Champions RK-Bro and WWE United States Champion Finn Balor vs. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos and Austin Theory

    We go back to the ring for six-man action as RAW Tag Team Champions RK-Bro head to the ring – Randy Orton and Riddle. Fans cheer them on as we go back to commercial.

    Back from the break and WWE United States Champion Finn Balor is out to a pop. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos are out, Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso, along with Austin Theory. The bell rings and Balor goes at it with Jimmy. They go back & forth until Balor nails a dropkick for a 1 count. Riddle tags in and takes over, taking Jimmy to the mat.

    Jimmy rams Riddle into the corner to tag in Jey for the double team. Theory tags in and decks Riddle as Orton reaches for a tag. The fans taunt Theory by singing “Seven Nation Army,” which was the song Pat McAfee used at WrestleMania. Theory works Riddle over for a few minutes until Riddle sends him to the floor, then nails a punt kick to the chest from the apron. Riddle looks for a springboard move but Theory puts him down as we go back to commercial.

    Back from the break and Jey has Riddle grounded. Riddle reaches for a tag and starts fighting Jey off. Uso levels him with a big right hand for a close 2 count. Jey nails Balor with a right hand on the apron. Orton makes sure he can’t be punched but Jey taunts him. Riddle takes advantage and drops Jey with a big step-up kick. Fans rally for Orton now. Orton tags in to a pop and unloads as Jimmy also tags in. Orton knocks Theory off the apron and unloads on Jimmy with his signature offense. Jey comes from behind but Orton elbows him. Orton doesn’t see Theory tags in.

    Orton focuses on Jimmy and prepares for the RKO but Theory hits him with the rolling dropkick. Balor kicks from the apron and comes off the top but misses the Coup de Grace as Theory moves. Balor blocks The ATL and drops Theory with the elevated elbow drop. Jey superkicks out of nowhere but Orton hits the RKO. Riddle flies off the top but Jey superkicks him in mid-air. Balor takes out Jey but Theory drops Balor with The ATL for the pin to win. The end was chaos with everyone all over the place.

    Winners: Austin Theory and The Usos

    – After the match, Theory stands tall with The Usos as the music hits and we go to replays.

    – We see stills of WWE Hall of Famer Edge, Damian Priest and AJ Styles at WrestleMania 38. The music hits and out comes Edge to the ring with his new entrance. Back to commercial.

    Back from the break and Edge is in the ring with a mic. He says he is honest man. He said AJ would meet his end at WrestleMania, and he did, but Edge didn’t count on Priest showing up. Edge goes on and says for too long Priest fought his inner-self, just like Edge, he tried to be a good role model for all you sheep, just like Edge. Some fans chant “we are sheep!” now and Edge says that’s very telling, calling them idiots. Edge says without further ado, he demands everyone rise for the man who will be Edge’s punishment for the guilty – Damian Priest.

    The music hits and out comes Priest, who is also wearing a black suit. Priest enters the ring and they shake hands. Edge asks what it was about his words that caused Priest to take back his career. Priest says it goes without saying how much Edge has meant to him for a very long time. Weeks leading into WrestleMania, Priest was lost… fans interrupt with a “we don’t care!” chant. Priest says there was a time that would’ve bothered him… Edge says not anymore, losers. Priest says he once tried to please everyone, but himself. Fans chant “we are losers!” now. Priest agrees and goes on about how it felt like Edge’s message was speaking directly to him, which is why it was so easy to make the decision to pledge his loyalty to Edge.

    Edge says this was the best decision of Priest’s life. Edge goes on and says they judged AJ at WrestleMania, and now they will pass judgement on anyone who challenges Edge’s message… their message. Edge knows AJ is going to keep coming. He wanted the Pitbull version of AJ and he got it. He goes on and says AJ’s best option is to fight, but he has to think of his family and his children, they need a father… the music interrupts and out comes AJ ready to fight.

    Priest meets AJ on the ramp. AJ ducks a swing and unloads on Priest, fighting him to the ringside area and tossing him over the barrier. AJ hits the ring and goes to work on Edge. AJ launches Edge into the ring post a few times. AJ goes to the timekeeper’s area and brings two steel chairs into the ring as fans pop. AJ wants payback for the Con-Chair-To from weeks ago, but Priest rushes the ring and beats AJ down to boos. Priest stomps away in the corner now. Edge recovers and they hit a double team assisted Spear to lay AJ out in the middle of the ring. They grab the chairs for another Con-Chair-To but WWE officials hit the ring to make the save. Fans chant “thank you!” to WWE Producer Jamie Noble now. Edge and Priest look down at AJ and smirk, then drop the chairs and exit the ring.

    – We see stills of Riddle’s flying RKO at WrestleMania.

    The Street Profits vs. Alpha Academy

    We go back to the ring and out first comes The Street Profits as the red Solo cups fall – Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins. They hit the ring and pose as we go back to commercial.

    Back from the break and out comes Alpha Academy – Otis and Chad Gable. Otis and Gable enter the ring but quickly attack The Profits from behind. Gable with a big German to Ford in the ring while Otis destroys Dawkins at ringside. Adam Pearce comes out and says if all four wanted to fight at once, all they had to do was ask. Pearce makes his a Texas Tornado Match with no rules, anything goes.

    The bell rings and they all go at it. Dawkins and Otis go at it on the floor. Gable charges in the corner but Ford launches him to the floor. Ford runs the ring and flies over the ring post, taking the other three Superstars down for a big pop.

    The Profits bring Gable back in for a double suplex as fans chant for tables. Ford covers for a 1 count. Otis comes back in and clubs his opponents. Dawkins unloads in the corner, while Gable and Ford go at it. Gable with a big Fisherman’s suplex to Ford for a 2 count. Otis fights Dawkins off and Gable takes Dawkins’ knee out from behind. Otis downs Ford in the opposite corner now while Gable works on Dawkins. Dawkins tackles Gable but Otis makes the save. Otis goes on and hits a big splash to Ford and Gable covers for a close 2 count. We go back to commercial with Alpha Academy in control.

    Back from the break and Alpha Academy hit a big double team with Gable nailing a moonsault before Otis hits the Vader Bomb to Ford for a close 2 count. Fans pop as Otis brings a table from under the ring now. Gable helps him stand it up in the ring. Gable lays Dawkins on the table as Otis goes to the second rope. Gable knocks Ford to the floor. Dawkins jumps up from the table and sends Otis to the floor to save himself. Dawkins drops Otis at ringside again, sending him into the steel steps.

    Ford goes to the top to fly but Gable cuts him off, then moves the table. Gable climbs up to Ford for a superplex through the table but Ford resists. Ford back-fists Gable to the mat. The Profits end up up knocking Gable onto the table. Ford rushes to the top and leaps out with the Frogsplash to put Gable through the table for the pin to win.

    Winners: The Street Profits

    – After the match, The Profits celebrate as the music hits and we go to replays. We see Otis still recovering at ringside while Gable is laid out on the table debris.

    – We get a video package on the WrestleMania 38 main event. Still to come, The Tribal Chief is here. Back to commercial.

    – Back from the break and announced for next week is Priest vs. Styles, Veer vs. Rey, plus Ripley and Morgan challenging Banks and Naomi.

    – We go back to the ring and out comes The Bloodline – Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos, and Paul Heyman. Heyman is carrying a title belt on each shoulder. They stop and Reigns takes both belts, and raises them in the air as the pyro goes off. Reigns hands the belts back to Heyman, and he hands a belt to Jimmy Uso and one to Jey Uso.

    The Bloodline walks to the ring now. Reigns stops on the apron and poses again with his finger in the air for #1. Reigns stands tall in the middle of the ring now, raising both titles in the air while The Usos also raise their titles. The pyro goes off one more time.

    The music stops and Reigns hands the belts over to Heyman again. Some fans boo but all of the crowd is still hot and riled up. Heyman hands Reigns the mic and he says he knows what we want, why fans are here, but they’re going to switch things up tonight. Reigns calls on Heyman to explain The Bloodline’s success. He puts over The Usos’ title reigns and Reigns’ various successes and milestones as champion. Heyman goes on and says Reigns is the single-handed biggest star in sports entertainment, he is Undisputed Roman Reigns.

    Fans chant “Roman!” now. He takes the mic and brings up the saying that says what’s good for Reigns is good for WWE. Reigns brags about the billion dollar deals coming in with him at The Head of The Table. Reigns is the last real needle-mover because he is operating at God Mode. Reigns says he’s so much more than that – he’s a man of his word and he delivered. He said he would smash Brock Lesnar and what did he do? He smashed him.

    Reigns says other men would hang their hat on this weekend but not him because he’s never content. He’s a progressive Tribal Chief and constantly on the move. Reigns reveals that they will let fans know what the next move is on this Friday’s SmackDown. But until then, Reigns calls on Dallas to acknowledge him. Many fans pop and raise their fingers in the air while Reigns is all smiles, looking out at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. The post-WrestleMania 38 edition of WWE RAW goes off the air with The Bloodline standing tall in the middle of the ring.

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    I hope they put the tiles on Cody. That would be great for business. Honestly, the main event scene has gotten so repetitive and dull. It's always lesnar, lashley, roman, etc. We need fresh faces in the main event scene. Cody, this version of edge, and some others need a run with the titles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flamesoffury View Post
    I hope they put the tiles on Cody. That would be great for business. Honestly, the main event scene has gotten so repetitive and dull. It's always lesnar, lashley, roman, etc. We need fresh faces in the main event scene. Cody, this version of edge, and some others need a run with the titles.
    I agree!




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    Awful show

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    Quote Originally Posted by flamesoffury View Post
    I hope they put the tiles on Cody. That would be great for business. Honestly, the main event scene has gotten so repetitive and dull. It's always lesnar, lashley, roman, etc. We need fresh faces in the main event scene. Cody, this version of edge, and some others need a run with the titles.
    I agree. a heel Edge with a faction would be a good idea for a run with a title.

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