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One night after the historic end of the Royal Rumble, WWE presents Raw live from Las Vegas, Nevada. Naturally, with Vegas being the gambling capital of the world, theme for tonight’s show is the “RAW Roulette” which will decide the stipulations for the matches (and other stuff). Tonight will also be Vince McMahon‘s “evaluation” of adviser Paul Heyman as well as appearances by Rumble winner John Cena and the men involved in last night’s main event: CM Punk and the man who beat him for the championship, The Rock.
Click “read more” for a full play by play of the show as it airs…or to catch up if you’re reading this after the fact.
With six days to go until the Royal Rumble, this week’s “go-home” edition of Raw will be focused on building the PPV and the CM Punk/The Rock main event in particular.
Click “read more” for quick match results and a full recap of the show as it airs (or as it aired if you’re reading right after).
It was celebration time this week on Smackdown as Alberto Del Rio held a “fiesta” to celebrate his new reign as World Heavyweight Champion. U.S. Champion Antonio Cesaro was also in action and Randy Orton teamed up with Team Hell No to take on I.C. Champion Wade Barrett and The Rhodes Scholars in a six-man tag.
Click “read more” for match results/storyline notes, taken from Jake Barnett‘s far more-detailed coverage on ProWrestling.net.
WWE celebrated the 20th anniversary of their flagship show with a concert from The Rock, a MizTV featuring Ric Flair, and a main event of John Cena Vs. Dolph Ziggler in a cage match.
Click “read more” for quick match results as well as a review of the show. For a more detailed recap, check out my coverage over at 411Mania.
The first Raw of 2013 is looking to be a promising one…if you ignore the whole “three hour” thing. Here’s what to expect:
Click “read more” for a full-blown recap of the show, plus my own thoughts and blatherings. I’m sure you care more about the latter rather than the former. Continue reading
While most of the country was getting drunk and getting ready to celebrate the New Year, WWE put on their final Raw of 2012. Click “read more” for the results from the show as well as some notes about segments and storylines courtesy of Chris Shore‘s live coverage at ProWrestling.net.