Tuesday, November 20, 2012

WWE RAW 11/19/12 Results

WWE RAW took place one night after the Survivor Series. On this night, CM Punk hit three hundred and sixty five days as WWE Champion. Plus, the situation between AJ and John Cena took the turn for the interesting. The Wrestling Emporium has your quick rundown of the results of Monday Night's premier wrestling show, WWE RAW for November 19th 2012.

WWE RAW 11/19/12 Results.

Ryback, fresh off of his loss last night, rolled over the monster known as Tensai. This bout proves that Ryback is still here and hungry.

Wade Barrett scored another pinfall victory over the WWE Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston. Kingston's championship was not on the line, but this could put Wade Barrett on the line for title contention.

In Diva's Action, Kaitlyn won a short match against the woman who tried to attack her, Aksana.

Antonio Cesaro continued to impress in his WWE United States Championship reign. His opponent was the fan favorite known as Brodus Clay. Brodus was muscled up for the huge Neutralizer, and Cesaro picked up the win.

Alberto Del Rio sacrificed his first fall via disqualification to pick up the win in the second fall with the Cross Arm Breaker. This strategy did not enable him to win a third fall, and Randy Orton got the win over Alberto Del Rio in the Best Two Out of Three Falls Match these two competitors had.

The Great Khali rolled over both Primo and Epico in a handicap match. Hornswoggle was in the house, and danced with the Great Khali after the fact.

The Miz continued his new lease on life, picking up the win over David Otunga with the Skull Crushing Finale.

Sheamus, fresh off of his disqualification victory last night at Survivor Series, rolled over Damien Sandow. The self professed intellectual tried to get the win, but for the second time in many weeks, Sheamus foiled him with a stiff and brutal Brogue Kick. 

Team Hell No and Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara had a bout that was interrupted when the Prime Time Players interfered. Darren Young and Titus O'Neil got the worst of that situation, and beaten down in the center of the ring.

Vickie Guerrero continued to continue the accusations against AJ and John Cena, but Cena suddenly kissed AJ. AJ kissed him again, and Dolph Ziggler attacked John Cena. Cena appeared to have been hurt, but Dolph Ziggler attacked him further.

One year to be the champion is a long time in this day and age, and CM Punk and Paul Heyman celebrated. Punk vowed to pass the benchmark set by Bruno Sammartino during the 1960s. Ryback ran out, but Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, and Roman Reigns helped Punk lay a beating on Ryback.

The road to TLC began with this show as the dust settled from Survivor Series.

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