1495 Sports brings these WWE Results from Monday Night Raw on 8/13/12 also is commentary from lifelong WWE and pro-wrestling fan Stacy Podelski.
C.M. Punk vs. Big Show disqualified as Daniel Bryan interrupts the bout trying to show that he belongs in the WWE Championship bout at SummerSlam. Chaos ensues before AJ Lee comes out to announce the Main Event of Bryan/Big Show taking on C.M. Punk and John Cena.
JTG in the back complaining about not being able to get a match and AJ says that she will find the young lion an opponent tonight.
Ryback def. JTG: Per usual Ryback dominates in a jobber match in WWE programming.
Piper’s Pit is to return tonight with a mystery superstar that fans are going to vote for on Twitter. The three options are Chris Jericho, The Miz and Dolph Ziggler. It’ll be interesting to see what happens considering last time the fans voted for a match between Punk and the Miz last week and did not get it.
It was announced that Santino Marella will defend his U.S. Title against Antonio Cesar at SummerSlam.
Piper interacts with Shawn Michaels in the back before Heath Slater does an interrupted promo in the ring.
R-Truth def. Heath Slater: In a very quick bout. The Prime Time Players come out to make their presence felt on on half of the tag team champions
Tout segment as Mark Henry promotes his time in London with the Olympics
Last Friday on SmackDown Booker T supposedly canceled the SummerSlam bout between Sheamus and Alberto Del Rio, stay tuned to see what happens with this one.
Sin Cara def. Tensai: In order to build the momentum for the masked wonder the WWE allowed Sin Cara to pick-up the victory over the heel.
Piper’s Pit featuring Y2J: Epic encounter is interrupted by Vickie Guerrero and Dolph Ziggler. The Show-Off says that Jericho cannot get it done anymore. Jericho vows to beat Ziggler at SummerSlam. Here comes The Miz to have his two cents in the conversation.
Miz invites Dolph to stay but kicks Piper and Jericho out, before Chris starts to attack both The Awesome One and the Show-Off. Piper and Jericho stands tall in the ring celebrating with the WWE Universe.
It was announced that The Miz will defend the Intercontinental l Championship against Rey Mysterio at SummerSlam
Triple Threat: Ziggler def. Miz and Jericho: Match is a brilliant idea by the WWE as it builds up momentum for all the stars prior to their bouts at the pay-per-view. It also opened up future rivalries between The Miz and Y2J and even the Awesome one and Ziggler. Here is hoping that the WWE does the right thing and builds on the momentum of this bout with these future feuds.
Ziggler hits the Zig-Zag thanks to the distraction by Guerrero and rolls into the pay-per-view on a huge wave of positive momentum
Shawn Michaels, John Cena and C.M. Punk all run into each other in the back. Punk says to Cena that he is going to do everything in his power to make sure that the focus and WWE Championship stays on him.
Layla and Kaitlyn def. Beth Phoenix and Eve: Nice to have a bit of women’s wrestling on TV and even better a younger star was able to get the victory as Kaitlyn got the 1-2-3.
John Cena/C.M. Punk def. Big Show/Daniel Bryan: After some very interesting back-and-forth action including Punk pulling out some of Cena’s move (and even Cena pulling a page out of Punk’s playbook) it was SuperCena that got the victory via the AA.
Punk and Cena stare the other down, the Straight Edge star tries to extend his hand to John who does not accept the handshake. Punk just walks away with his championship in hand while Cena stands in the ring with the WWE Universe.
Punk in the back talking to Josh Matthews: says that the fact that Cena did not shake his hand was the ultimate sign of disrespect and at the end of SummerSlam he will in fact teach everyone the meaning of the word.
Damien Sandow def. Christian: Brodus Clay comes out and interrupts the bout between the two, but it did nothing to deter Sandow from picking-up the victory
Encounter with Shawn Michaels and Brock Lesnar in the back
Brock Lesnar is set to sign his SummerSlam contract with Triple H: Lesnar’s manager Paul Heyman is doing a ton of talking hyping up Lesnar prior to the pay-per-view. Calling out HBK who eventually responds, Michaels stands there to give Triple H enough time to storm to the ring.
Both men sign the contract, Brock does so quickly while walking away
There is still a bit of time on RAW so who knows how things will end, bad booking by the members of WWE Creative
Last few minutes of the programming were spent trying to promote TOUT and a segment with Hunter and Shawn in the back
Michaels and Heyman yelling at each other on the car, you can see Lesnar put his gigantic arms around HBK before the screen goes blank. All fans can hear is Heyman yelling in the back and noises in the back as if they are brutally beating Shawn.
Cut to a crushed car as a large group is now looking for HBK, Lesnar is seen carrying HBK to the ring over his shoulders and proceeds to pull out an F5 on the Hall of Famer
Lesnar is in the ring and looks to break HBK’s arm, the monster did in fact break the arm of the Icon
The company really messed things up big time with this segment, and they were trying to make it up by the dramatic breaking of HBK’s arm.
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