Tuesday, December 4, 2012

WWE RAW 12/03/12 Review

The road to WWE TLC continued with a huge main event of CM Punk taking a lie detector test about his involvement in recent actions on MizTV. Plus, in tag team action, John Cena and Sheamus square off against Dolph Ziggler and the Big Show. It is time to run down WWE RAW for December 3rd 2012.

WWE RAW 12/03/12 Results.

Kane and Daniel Bryan defeated the Prime Time Players when Daniel Bryan pinned Daniel Bryan.

A.J. picked up the win over Tamina Snuka.

John Cena and Sheamus defeated Dolph Ziggler and The Big Show when John Cena pinned Dolph Ziggler with the Attitude Adjustment.

Damien Sandow picked up the win over Santino Marella with the Terminus.

Alberto Del Rio made Sin Cara submit to the Cross Armbreaker.

Randy Orton scored the win over Brad Maddox with the RKO.

Antonio Cesaro retained the United States Championship over Kofi Kingston, R-Truth, and Wade Barrett.

CM Punk’s lie detector test was cut short on MizTV, when the Shield ran out and beat up the Miz. And then Ryback came out and put CM Punk through the table.

WWE RAW 12/03/12 Review.

What did this reviewer think when he watched WWE RAW 12/03/12? The show was not necessarily bad, but really just had a lot of stuff that there was there.

This John Cena against Dolph Ziggler feud is rather lopsided. Cena beat Ziggler yet again in that tag team match. Mr. McMahon pops up, and convinces Vickie to make the latest one on one match with Dolph Ziggler and John Cena into a Ladder Match, with the Money in the Bank Briefcase on the line. Ziggler has to win this one, right? Cena’s not exactly losing if it’s a ladder match.

The Lie Detector segment at the end on MizTV was what it was. There was a bait and switch of sorts. Ryback’s not winning the title, his time should have been two months ago if they were pulling the trigger.

As for the matches, a decent showing tonight for the most part. Sheamus and John Cena against Dolph Ziggler and the Big Show was a good star studded tag team match. The fatal four way match for the United States Championship was pretty good. Del Rio against Sin Cara had its moments of greatness.

Brad Maddox got another chance to get a contract, but unfortunately for him his opponent was Randy Orton. That did not lead to a good showing for him.

Damien Sandow and Santino Marella was such an obvious match, and dynamic. Sandow got the obvious win. I’m thinking that Cody’s injury likely may have caused some long term plans to get derailed with him.

This entire Shield thing is interesting. We seem to be setting up a match between them and Team Hell No, which would be a perfectly acceptable tag team match. Rollins against Daniel Bryan one on one for at least fifteen minutes, please, because they had some awesome matches in ROH.

So RAW was what it was. TLC is coming around the corner, so we’ll see how that pans out as 2012 draws to a close, and the road to Wrestlemania 29 kicks up.

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