More Off Air Notes From RAW – Triple H Appears & More

Ryan Clark July 17, 2012 3

More Off Air Notes From RAW – Triple H Appears & More



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Partial Source: Pwinsider

Mike Young sent this one in:

I attended last night’s show on the strip. Here is what happened.

The crowd was hot all night. I just wish we were given a better show.

For Superstars, Santino Marella beat Jinder Mahal and Cody Rhodes beat Alex Riley.

Triple H appeared after the mixed tag match. After Daniel Bryan and A.J. left the ring following their tag match and marriage proposal segment on RAW, The Miz came back out. He demanded an authority figure come out and explain to him why he is being over-looked. Cue up “Time to play The Game!” and out came Triple H to a huge pop, He stepped into the ring, pedigreed The Miz, and then just walked out.

After Raw, they did a main event where John Cena beat The Big Show and Tensai in a handicap match when Cena pinned Tensai. John Laurinaitis was there as well and got booed loudly.

The biggest pops were:

* Triple H
* John Cena
* Chris Jericho
* Rey Mysterio
* C.M. Punk


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3 Comments »

  1. Mark Lightsabre July 17, 2012 at 4:07 pm - Reply

    Poor Alex Riley, they were building him to something really special with great crowd pops and reaction and then went totally cold on him.
    As for Cena winning dark match handicap bouts every night against Tensai and Big Show, that’s just crazy. I know it sends the crowds home happy every night, but it sure weakens the threat of Show and especially A-Train, who came in to be a big threat, has performed well and then gets booked in weak matches like this. It’s like WWE want big guys (like Umaga) then don’t know how to book them without making them look weak.

  2. anonymous August 11, 2012 at 5:07 pm - Reply
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