Tuesday, May 15, 2012

WWE RAW 05/14/12

It is now time for WWE RAW for May 14th 2012, just six days before Over the Limit 2012. John Cena is in the house and Triple H addresses the Brock Lesnar situation. Time for us to watch WWE RAW 5/14/12 and run down all of the highlights and results.

WWE RAW 5/14/12 Review

Here's Johnny! John Laurinaitis claims that he didn't know Brock was going to attack Triple H two weeks ago but Triple H doesn't have time for Johnny Boy, instead he has to go down to the ring.

Here comes Triple H to talk about the Lesnar. The main point of this promo is that Lesnar is a quitting quitter that quits in everything that he does. Out comes Paul Heyman, to serve papers, because Lesnar is suing Triple H and WWE in general. HHH expected a fight, and promises that no matter what Lesnar will be getting everything that he deserves but for right now Triple H will be in Court. Served its purpose, although it is really amusing how art is imitating life from eight years ago.

Big Show has to apologize to John Laurinaitis or be fired. And he has to fight Kane for the eighth billionth or so time tonight as later.

The WWE Champion CM Punk and the WWE United States Champion Santino Marella defeated Daniel Bryan and the Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes

Great tag team match, with all four men really showing some great action to kick things off. Santino is beaten down but makes the hot tag to CM Punk who runs wild. Santino preps the Cobra but Cody avoids it but he does not avoid the Go to Sleep. CM Punk scores the pin on Cody Rhodes to kick off WWE RAW.

Beth Phoenix defeated Alicia Fox

As Layla watches at ringside, Beth Phoenix dismantles Alicia Fox handily with the Glam Slam. And then she beats up Alicia some more but Layla makes the save.

Kane takes on Zack Ryder on the Over the Limit Preshow.

Kane defeated the Big Show

As Otunga and Johnny watch, Big Show and Kane have yet another match. All of the matches that these two have had, yeah this one was just there. Kane grabs the Big Show by the throat and choke slams.

Laurinaitis enters the ring and demands the Big Show apologize or there will be a firing. Big Show talks about his career and says that he apologizes, and Johnny makes him apologize him again. And then on his knees but Big Show refuses. Johnny fires up the future endeavors but Show is on his knees, apologizing but that's not enough, as John Laurinaitis wishes the Big Show the best in his future endeavors. Segment dragged on forever.

Brodus Clay, R-Truth, and Kofi Kingston defeated the Miz, Dolph Ziggler, and Jack Swagger

Six man tag team rule is in effect as we got a pretty good match, with the Trouble in Paradise setting up the Miz for the huge Brodus Splash.

Hey, Alex Riley. Punk talks about his match and A.J. wishes him luck. Punk doesn't want anything to do with her, but knowing Punk, he's already tapped that in real life. A.J. is not happy.

Chris Jericho defeated Randy Orton via disqualification

Pretty fun little match, with Sheamus on commentary throughout this match. Orton is about to get the win but Sheamus pulls Jericho out of the ring for the disqualification. Orton is not too pleased and he goes to brawl with Sheamus,

Sheamus against Orton will happen on Smackdown.

John Cena and John Laurinaitis are out to the ring, they go back and forth, usual fun and games and all that, but the match this Sunday is this. Eve brings a message out, the match will only end by pinfall or submission, there will be no guest referee, anyone who interferes will be fired, and if Laurinaitis loses, he's fired. Laurinaitis is not too happy.

Yeah this show, was not a very good one past the opening promo and match. Over the Limit 2012 is just a Pay Per View where I'm not feeling it. What a lackluster WWE RAW.

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