WWE Monday Night Raw Results and July 22, 2013 Recap


[adinserter block=”1″] Tonight’s WWE Raw starts with a video package focusing on Paul Heyman and C.M. Punk having a fall-out that led to Brock Lesnar destroying Punk last Monday on Raw. But, Punk has vowed to get to Heyman going one-by-one through his allies. The video package then turned to the WWE Title picture, where new Raw GM Brad Maddox allowed John Cena to select his opponent at Summerslam…Daniel Bryan.

The drum roll starts up and the lights come on as General Manager Brad Maddox waits in the ring. Maddox talks about his decision to let Cena pick his opponent last week. There will be an official contract signing tonight. The ring is already set up for a contract signing as WWE Champion John Cena comes out to a mixed reaction. Cena takes a seat and lets Maddox speak. They talk about why Cena chose Bryan and Bryan’s music hits. Here he comes to a bigger pop than Cena. Bryan goes to speak but the fans start chanting his name. Maddox asks if Bryan thinks he’s earned or deserves a title shot. Cena says he chose Bryan because sometimes the people in charge are afraid to see talent even when the beard is staring them in the face. Cena names Shawn Michaels, Rey Mysterio and Eddie Guerrero as people who proved ability and passion make a WWE Champion, not just size and strength. A chant for Eddie breaks out. Cena says Bryan has earned and deserves this title shot. Cena says he picked Bryan to compete. Cena says he will not be handing Bryan the title. Cena signs the contract and says he’s going to Summerslam to defend the WWE Title. Cena calls Bryan the best competition right now but he will prove that even the best isn’t enough. Some boos for Cena. Bryan chants start up again. Bryan signs the contract. Bryan goes to speak but Maddox interrupts him and announces the match. Bryan yells at Maddox for interrupting him. Bryan says he’s proved he deserves this. Maddox questions that. Maddox is putting Bryan into multiple matches tonight. Maddox doesn’t think Bryan will prove himself worthy tonight. Maddox chants no but the fans chant yes. The announcers hype the match.

Still to come, Mark Henry will fire back at The Shield. Also tonight, Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio. Raw goes to commercial.

Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio

Back from break, Sheamus’s music played to bring out Sheamus limping to the ring still selling the effects of the WWE Title Money in the Bank ladder match eight days ago. Cole asked for a close-up of the nasty bruise on Sheamus’s left leg, which was very prominent on his pale-white skin. Alberto Del Rio’s music then played to bring out the World Heavyweight champion.

They go at it and Del Rio starts kicking the huge bruise on Sheamus’ leg. Sheamus comes back with a neckbreaker for a 2 count. Del Rio uses the ropes to choke Sheamus. Del Rio with more offense in the corner. Sheamus comes back and drops Del Rio for a 2 count. Del Rio takes out the leg again. Kick to the head by Del Rio. Del Rio with stomps now. Del Rio with a submission on the ropes. Sheamus drops him to the floor with a huge right hand. We go to commercial.

Back from break, Del Rio continued to assault the leg, but Sheamus escaped with a backbreaker. Suddenly, WWE cut to a shot of World Heavyweight Championship Money in the Bank winner Damien Sandow watching this match backstage while clutching his briefcase. Back in the ring, Del Rio headbutted Sheamus, but Sheamus came back with Polish Hammers. Then, a spinning elbow smash for a nearfall. Del Rio nailed the backstabber for a nearfall. Del Rio couldn’t put Sheamus away, though, so Sheamus delivered the forearms to Del Rio’s chest against the ropes. Del Rio then ran into the Irish Curse backbreaker, but Del Rio kicked out again after Sheamus re-injured his bruised leg. Sheamus goes to the top but Del Rio hits an enziguri for a close 2 count. Sheamus hits the rolling senton. Sheamus misses a Brogue Kick and Del Rio goes back to his leg. Sheamus blocks the cross armbreaker. He goes for White Noise but his leg gives out. Del Rio rolls through and gets the pin.

Winner: Alberto Del Rio

Still to come, Miz TV with the cast of Total Divas. Plus, CM Punk responds to Brock Lesnar’s attack last week. Back to commercial.

We see footage of Vickie Guerrero being named Smackdown General Manager. Renee Young is backstage with Booker T and Teddy Long. Booker respects Vince McMahon’s decision but says he was shocked by the whole situation. Teddy interrupts and says he looked over SmackDown and took abuse for 3 whole months while Booker sat at home with his feet up. Teddy isn’t happy about Vickie having security remove him from the building last week. Booker tells Teddy if he doesn’t stop running his mouth he’s throwing Teddy out this week. Teddy says if he wasn’t going to be named GM, maybe Vince made the right decision. Teddy walks off.

Still to come, Daniel Bryan will face 3 mystery opponents.

Christian vs. Titus O’neil (w/ Darren Young)

We go to the ring and out first comes Christian before taking a commercial break. Back from the break and out comes Titus O’Neil with Darren Young. Titus strikes first and slams Christian. Back and forth. Titus sends Christian to the floor and Young gets some cheap shots in. Titus brings it back in and keeps working Christian over for a 2 count. Titus blows his whistle as he stomp away in the corner. Christian comes back with a missile dropkick and more offense. Christian with the flying elbow from the ropes. Titus blocks Killswitch but Christian hits Young on the apron. Christian turns around distracted and Titus runs over him for a close 2 count. Christian counters a finisher and hits Killswitch for the win.

Winner: Christian

WWE switched focus to Smackdown when Ryback destroyed Chris Jericho. The announcers described Ryback as a “bully” who tried to settle their score by injuring Jericho.

Josh Mathews brought in Ryback for a chat. Ryback ran down Mathews, calling him a representative of the WWE audience. “I hate average,” Ryback said. “The big guy needs to eat,” Ryback added. “People like you deserve to be intimidated by me.” Ryback vowed to injure Mathews, so Mathews ran off. “Thank you,” Mathews said as he bailed. Ryback breathed heavily going to break.

Back from the break and out comes Mark Henry. We see the attack from The Shield last week. Henry says he’s a proud Texas, born and raised. The crowd pops. Henry says he’s not proud of what happened last week. Henry calls out The Shield. Here comes Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose through the crowd.

They hit the ring and beat Henry down. He fights them off but they get him down in the corner as the fans boo. The music hits and out come The Usos for the save. Henry gets back up and they clean house. The Shield retreats through the crowd as Henry stands tall with The Usos.

Daniel Bryan is backstage warming up when John Cena walks in. Cena wonders if someone is making the decisions for Maddox. Bryan says he will be fine by his own. Cena just wants Bryan to make it to Summerslam in one piece. They go on and Bryan storms off. Back to commercial.

Darren Young vs. Dolph Ziggler

Back from the break and Darren Young waits in the ring as Dolph Ziggler makes his way out. They go at it. Ziggler shows off early and then dropkicks Young for a 2 count. Ziggler gets caught up in the corner and falls on his head. Young with a big clothesline and a 2 count. Ziggler fights out of a hold and sends Young flying into the ring post by his shoulder. Ziggler with a pair of clotheslines for a 2 count. Young ends up with Ziggler on his shoulders. Young slams Ziggler hard on his face for a 2 count. Young runs his mouth and Ziggler nails a Zig Zag for the win.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler

After the match, Big E Langston runs down and interrupts Dolph’s celebration with a sneak attack. AJ Lee is right behind him. Ziggler ducks a shot and goes at it with Big E, sending him to the floor. Big E runs back in but Ziggler runs out of the ring and taunts them from the ramp.

Cole and the announcers show us how to install the WWE App. Still to come, an update on CM Punk and Miz TV with the cast of Total Divas. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and The Miz is in the ring for Miz TV with The Bella Twins, Natalya, Cameron, Naomi, Eva Marie and Jo Jo Offerman. We get some preview clips for Total Divas.

Miz introduces the Divas and turns things over to Jerry Lawler, letting him take over Miz TV. Lawler knows the other Divas but introduces himself to Jo Jo and Eva Marie. Eva doesn’t shake his hand and says she doesn’t like how Lawler is looking at her. She introduces herself and says she’s here to make a name. Eva slaps Lawler. Lawler hands things back over to Miz and he plugs the debut episode next Sunday night.

Still to come, who will Daniel Bryan face? Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Brad Maddox is on the phone when Triple H walks in. Triple H says Maddox doesn’t think Daniel Bryan is big enough or championship material. He says it sounds like someone put words in Brad’s mouth and references Vince McMahon. Triple H says he believes Bryan may be the future of WWE. Triple H talks some more and leaves. Stephanie McMahon appears. She has an idea but doesn’t share it just yet. She walks off and Maddox looks worried.

We get a video package for The Wyatt Family. Commercial break.

Fandango vs. Cody Rhodes

Fandango’s music played to bring out Summer Rae paving the way for Fandango to make his entrance. They discuss Fandango’s birthday, whether Fandango and Rae are married, and how Shawn Michaels’s birthday fits into the equation. After the Fandango Logo lit up in the ring, Cole said Fandango is in singles action next.

Back from break, WWE ran a video package on WWE and Make-A-Wish coming up with a WrestleMania 30 giveaway contest.

Damien Sandow was ringside clutching his briefcase. As the match started, Sandow either took credit for Rhodes’s offense or called Rhodes having “delusions of adequacy” when Fandango delivered offense. Sandow and Cole then argued about “twisting the truth,” debating whether the “truth” can be twisted or if it’s an absolute state of either “truth” or “lies.” Sandow then noted he was going to allow Rhodes to be his butler, but he’s not even worthy of that as Fandango went to work on Rhodes. Next, Cole asked Sandow how many titles he has held in WWE, prompting Sandow to list all of his nicknames. Sandow then told Cole he should get a Job Evaluation. Cole said under his breath, “It’s every week.”

Rhodes made a comeback with a punt to the mid-section, then came off the top with a moonsault attempt. Executing the moonsault, Cody came up super-short, so Fandango practically ran toward the corner to take the moonsault. Fandango rolled to the outside, then Sandow tried to run interference, but Rhodes took out Sandow, then took out a returning Fandango for the pin and the win.

Winner: Cody Rhodes

CM Punk updates his condition next. Commercial Break. Cole plugged the “Bella Twins” appearing on NBC’s “Today Show” this Thursday morning.

“Cult of Personality” played to bring out CM Punk dressed in school clothes – black t-shirt, blue jeans, and shoes. No hoodie. Punk limped down the entrance ramp toward the ring as WWE replayed events from last Monday when Brock Lesnar took out Punk.

In the ring, Punk said let’s talk about what happened last week. Punk said Brock Lesnar ragdolled him last week, hitting him with his best shot over and over again. Punk said he felt Lesnar’s power last week, but every time he manhandled him, he got up. One week later, he has 13 staples in his head, his ankle is messed up, and his legs hurt, but he is……still standing. Punk said that’s the thing about a Brock Lesnar beat down – or ambush – he can beat him down, but he can’t keep him down.

Punk said Lesnar is an NCAA Champion, a former WWE champion, and former UFC Heavyweight champion. Here’s a guy who broke the likes of Triple H and in the past has broken John Cena and The Undertaker. But, over all the years, fights, and matches, Lesnar’s biggest strength has never been his speed, power, technique, or fighting skills, but is about one thing. Pause. “Fear,” Punk said.

Punk said he’s seen some of the toughest men he’s ever shared a locker room with feel fear. Punk gave WWE’s website and Magazine a headline: “I am not afraid of Brock Lesnar.” Punk said he is not afraid of Paul Heyman’s monster. Now, let’s talk about Paul Heyman.

Punk said Heyman had a choice, and he made the wrong one. Now, he will make Heyman regret that decision for the rest of his life. He said he will make Lesnar return to the hype that he came from because this is his ring. “I own it!” Punk said. Punk said he’s stood toe-to-toe with everyone he’s faced – John Cena, The Rock, The Undertaker, and he will prove it to Lesnar and Heyman.

Punk paused before saying there will not be a third time Heyman screws him. Punk said he won’t pretend like Brock isn’t a big, tough, S.O.B., but monsters were put on this earth for one reason: to be slaughtered by him. Punk said he wants Lesnar one-on-one right now, but he knows Lesnar isn’t here. So, he will take Lesnar at Summerslam. “I want The Best vs. The Beast,” Punk shouted before slamming down his mic.

Suddenly, Paul Heyman appeared on the Jumbotron. Heyman called that line clever marketing after repeating it three times. Punk interrupted that he’s going to drag Heyman out here in front of the people of Austin if he’s here tonight and not live via satellite. Heyman waited out Punk’s speech before asking Lesnar (off-camera) if Punk is really going to stand out there playing the hero in front of his new fans. Heyman said he’s glad for technology so they don’t have to go to Texas to meet Punk, then he offered a speech asking Punk whether he’s a coward or a fool.

In the ring, Punk said he will give Heyman that answer at Summerslam. Back on the video, Heyman chuckled to himself and said it really bothers him. Punk interrupted that he just wants to know where Heyman is so he can kick his ass. Heyman ignored Punk’s tough talk before noting they were the reigning and defending WWE champion for 434 days because of Punk’s talent and his skill managing Punk’s title reign. Heyman then told Punk to look at himself because he’s all beat up and in no condition to fight The Beast. But, Punk’s challenge for Summerslam is accepted.

Heyman concluded that Punk needs to stop calling it The Best vs. The Beast because The Beast is The Best. And that man is his client and best friend in the world, Brock Lesnar. Back live, the crowd chanted Punk’s name as Punk contemplated Heyman’s words. Punk and Heyman had a stare down through the video screen before Cult of Personality played. Fans chant for Punk to end the segment. On commentary, Cole said this will be one of the most-anticipated matches in Summerslam history.

Rob Van Dam is shown warming up as we go to commercial.

This Friday on Smackdown Rob Van Dam faces the World Heavyweight champion Alberto Del Rio in non-title action.

Wade Barrett vs. Rob Van Dam

Back from the break and Wade Barrett waits as Rob Van Dam makes his way out. Good back and forth match. RVD hits rolling Thunder and then the moonsault for a close 2 count. Barrett sends RVD into the corner and hits a big mule kick. RVD counters with a heel kick in the corner. RVD with the second rope kick now. RVD goes to the top and nails the Five Star Frogsplash for the win.

Winner: Rob Van Dam

Daniel Bryan is walking backstage as we go to commercial. We find out his opponents next.

WWE showed the University of Texas Longhorn mascot statue outside the Erwin Center. JBL quipped that if Oklahoma fan Jim Ross is awake and sober, he’s throwing a brick at the TV right now. “Hook ’em Horns!” Cole shouted.

Daniel Bryan was introduced to the ring. Bryan waited for his first opponent, then Zeb Colter’s music played to bring out Jack Swagger and Antonio Cesaro. Colter offered another Texas History Lesson about Austin being named after the father of Texas, Stephen F. Austin. He said the children of the Texas have ruined the state, most notably chanting “Yes!” like puppets. Colter then accused Bryan of taking a hand-out in the form of a WWE Title shot at Summerslam. Tonight, they hand out a beating from a Real American. He asked the crowd to rise to their feet and say in a loud, clear voice, “We the People!” Swagger, representing OU, then hit the ring to face Bryan.

Gauntlet Match: Jack Swagger (w/Zeb Colter and Antonio Cesaro) vs. Daniel Bryan

The Austin crowd picked up an “OU Sucks” chant at Swagger, sounding like October in the Cotton Bowl. Next was a “Texas…Fight” chant, bothering Swagger. Continuing the theme of heels taking their eye off the ball tonight, Swagger was distracted by a louder “OU Sucks” chant, then Bryan slapped on the Yes! Lock. Swagger fought momentarily, but tapped out.

Winner: Daniel Bryan

[adinserter block=”2″] Justin Roberts announced Antonio Cesaro as Bryan’s next opponent. It’s next.

Gauntlet Match: Antonio Cesaro (w/Zeb Colter and Jack Swagger) vs. Daniel Bryan

The match was joined in-progress with Cesaro in control of the action. Bryan then leg-swept Cesaro, who sold a left knee injury. Bryan then leg-whipped Cesaro before delivering a Dragon Screw legwhip to set up a surfboard stretch. Cesaro fought out, then cut off Bryan on one good leg. Cesaro drops an elbow for another 2 count. Cesaro with another headlock, taking Bryan to the mat.

Bryan fought out with “Yes!” punches to the gut, then ducked a clothesline and made his trademark Flying Goat Comeback. Bryan delivered trademark offense, then Colter panicked and ran interference, which allowed Cesaro to score a very close nearfall. Cesaro argued with the referee as Raw goes to commercial.

Bryan scored a close nearfall, then Cesaro came back with a gutwrench overhead toss for a nearfall. Cole wondered aloud how much more Bryan can take tonight before Lawler wondered aloud if Maddox or a “higher power” has it out for Bryan tonight. Bryan delivered a headbutt to tease a comeback, but Cesaro blocked and countered with a reverse Torture Rack-grip Death Valley Driver for a close two count.

Cesaro tried to follow with a corner attack, but Bryan kneed Cesaro in the face. Bryan then snapped off a release German Suplex into a kick-strike for a two count. As Bryan and Cesaro recovered on the floor, ref Chioda offered an audible time cue. The crowd showed their appreciation for the match, then Bryan climbed to the top turnbuckle, but Cesaro crotched him, again countering Bryan.

Cesaro delivered a leaping European Uppercut, then climbed to the top turnbuckle to grip Bryan. Cesaro tried a superplex, but Bryan shoved him down. Cesaro then tried again, but Bryan slipped underneath Cesaro and crotched him, prompting Swagger to put his hands on his head ringside. Bryan then kicked Cesaro over and over in the mid-section with “Yes!” kicks before getting a running start on a flying dropkick.

Both men stood on the top turnbuckle, then Bryan went for a rear-grip super-plex, but Cesaro seemed to reverse momentum in mid-air. It wasn’t quite clear who got the best of it, so Cesaro just acted fresh and covered Bryan for a nearfall. After another reset, the two men came to their feet and traded Yes! / No! bombs. It was old-school ROH with rapid-fire Europeans from Cesaro, rocking Bryan’s face. Suddenly, Cesaro destroyed Bryan with an inside-out clothesline, but Bryan kicked out again.

Cesaro slowly picked up Bryan to try to finish him. Cesaro wanted the Neutralizer, but Bryan countered with a back drop. The two men then came to their feet and Cesaro delivered more Europeans. Bryan responded with massive forearms into another Dragon Screw legwhip. Bryan then smashed Cesaor with big forearm strikes, prompting the ref to break it up. Cole said this has been a fight tonight. Bryan then knocked Cesaro to the floor and Swagger tried to help up Cesaro, allowing Bryan to suicide-dive splash both Real Americans.

Back in the ring at 16:30, Bryan climbed to the top, fought off Cesaro, leapt over Cesaro, and walked into a pop-up European Uppercut, but Bryan ducked at the last second, dropped Cesaro to the mat, and rolled him up for a three count, popping the crowd and the announcers for the finishing sequence.

Winner: Daniel Bryan

After Bryan won, they cut to Brad Maddox, who was randomly standing next to Alex Riley. Riley said that was impressive, but Maddox said he has one more foe for Bryan.

Daniel Bryan’s music was playing as Bryan recovered in the ring. Bryan looked toward the ring entrance for his next opponent and Ryback’s music played. Bryan leaned back and took a breath as the announcers noted Bryan just spent so much energy against the Real Americans.

Gauntlet Match: Ryback vs. Daniel Bryan

Bryan tried to attack Ryback right after the bell sounded, but Ryback cut him off and dropped Bryan to the mat. Ryback then taunted Bryan as the crowd sat quietly, exhausted from Bryan vs. Cesaro. Ryback beats Bryan around and taunts him. Ryback stands on Bryan and mocks his “yes!” chant. Ryback whips Bryan hard into the corner and the fans chant “you can’t wrestle” at him. Ryback with a suplex and a 2 count. Ryback with a headlock now. Bryan fights out but Ryback hits a Thesz Press. Bryan turns it into a half crab. Ryback makes it to the ropes and breaks the hold.

As Ryback slowed down the pace, Lawler noted perhaps the only person who doubted Bryan all along was himself, worried about being the weakest link. Cole said there might be another person (Mr. McMahon), who Triple H alluded to earlier. Ryback continued to dominate and taunt Bryan, but he could not put him away. Bryan then kneed Ryback in the face before delivering a corner dropkick. And another. But, Ryback smashed Bryan with a clothesline for a nearfall. As the two men sold on the mat, Cole reset the show, noting it’s Bryan’s third match in a row tonight.

Ryback then slipped to the outside and retrieved a table, but he took so long that it allowed Bryan to fly through the ropes with a suicide dive that crunched Ryback into the table. Bryan followed with Yes! kicks as Cole said he does not know how Bryan is doing this right now. Ryback then shoved Bryan hard into the ring steps and re-assembled his table. But, Bryan beat Ryback back into the ring and delivered more Yes! kicks to the legs and mid-section.

Bryan wanted a big roundhouse kick to the head, but Ryback lifted his leg (and body) into the air for an attempted power move, but Bryan slipped out. Ryback then grabbed Bryan by the hair to fling him away. Ryback couldn’t follow up, though, and Bryan climbed to the top rope again. Bryan wanted a top-rope smash and connected with a missile dropkick for a close two count.

Bryan wanted the Yes! Lock middle-ring. Ryback fought the hold, crawled toward the bottom rope, and Bryan wrenched back on the hold. Ryback teased tapping out, but crawled and groaned toward the bottom rope to finally get a rope break. Ryback then rolled to the outside in front of the table to recover.

On the outside, Bryan wanted a running knee, but Ryback intercepted and half-powerbombed Bryan to the floor. Ryback then wanted a powerbomb through the table and he connected, causing a DQ. Ryback slumped to the mat trying to catch his breath as Bryan remained out-cold on the table.

Post-match, John Cena charged down to the ringside area and attacked Ryback with punches and kicks. Cena then tossed Ryback into the ring and promptly clotheslined Ryback over the top rope to the outside. Cole noted Bryan did not want Cena out here tonight, but that was while the matches were going on.

Winner: Daniel Bryan

As Ryback bailed to the entrance ramp, Cena took the mic and said Ryback thinks he’s tough taking out Bryan with a table after 30 minutes in the ring. Cena then challenged Ryback to a Tables match. Cena didn’t say “next week,” since that wouldn’t be a babyface move. On commentary, the announcers said that match has to happen next week, right?

GM Office: Brad Maddox applauded the tables match set-up for next week as Mr. McMahon walked in. McMahon wanted to know about Daniel Bryan. “Daniel Bryan!” he shouted as Maddox thought things over. McMahon told Maddox to make Bryan face someone who will bring out the vicious side of D-Bryan, maybe a friend. Maybe a best friend. Maddox said maybe it should be Daniel Bryan vs. Kane. “You damn right,” McMahon said.

Back live in the arena, Bryan was shown rolling back into the ring to receive a standing ovation as Cena watched from ringside. Cole called it a show of respect from the WWE fans. Cole said Bryan doesn’t realize he has to face Kane, though. Bryan then continued to celebrate as Cena watched on the outside. Cole signed off from the University of Texas.

3 Things that I Liked:

  1. Kane and The Wyatt Family. The more the WWE eludes to this and the more they hint at it…the more I’m excited. If this indeed does happen this will be the first time Kane is actually doing something captivating on TV. The WWE Universe will glady appreciate this as well. I hope Kane will join the Wyatt Family because other than the Daniel Bryan tag team this might be the most watched Kane character.
  2. CM Punk and Paul Heyman. Who sells a feud better than these two men? At this moment I plan on buying Summerslam for the CM Punk-Lesnar match. Paul Heyman working the mic for Brock Lesnar and CM Punk on the mic is GOLD! CM Punk is the best thing going in the WWE right now! Bar none!
  3. Rob Van Dam. He is being introduced as a big star in the WWE again. The only problem is he’s stuck in the Christian level mid card. The problem comes when he’s trying to find a program that he can really run with. How much longer will we see the WWE just throw a random person in the ring with RVD. I am fine with this for now but there has to be a end in site and a designated time for the WWE to find a program worth RVD talents and natural in ring ability.

3 Things that I Hated:

  1. Brad Maddox. What exactly was he eluding to during the contract signing? I kept getting the sense of jealousy of him wishing that he was picked instead. If this is how the WWE is going to go with this angle then, I’m sorry but thats stupid. Brad Maddox kept asking “Why Bryan” when talking about Cena picking him. Maddox doesn’t think Daniel Bryan is big enough or championship material. What do you think people would have said if John Cena came out last Monday and chose Brad Maddox!! Is this another step to further the McMahon’s storyline or something more?
  2. Mark Henry. Why is this man a face? His best work in the last 10 years of his career was the last couple months as a heel. I just don’t see Mark Henry as a face and I don’t think the WWE Universe is going to get behind him at all.
  3. WWE App. The WWE really is spending precious time of their show on teaching people with an iPhone/Android how to download an app!? Come on! A monkey can download the app. Stop plugging this stupid app at every second and move on. And by the way WWE when you show the App exclusive video on Raw…its no longer app exclusive so just stop! The app itself is great when not mentioned on TV.

Segment of the Night: “I AM NOT AFRAID OF BROCK LESNAR” CM Punk medical update.

Match of the Night: Antonio Cesaro vs. Daniel Bryan “This is Awesome” – University of Texas crowd.

Overall Grade: B

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