some workers, and we hear about how she has "EVEN MORE" evidence against AJ. Look, either get to the payoff quick here or not. In my eyes, this has been the one real downside to RAW lately, as the crowd treats it like a bad "Jerry Springer" segment, which this pretty much is.
-Recap of AJ embarrassing Vickie last night and Tamina's unexpected assault of AJ. Vickie out now, with those same people she was talking with earlier. Vickie doesn't understand why AJ can't follow her leadership like Tamina Snuka, or why she would be accused of manufacturing evidence. Apparently, the people who are out here are "witnesses" to the affair. The first is a waitress named Whitney Smith. Whitney said Cena and AJ asked specifically for a private table and were being very touchy-feely. Mr. Brady, a parking attendant, claimed to have had a family complain about how AJ and Cena were apparently canoodling in a car. AJ out, and tells Vickie to cut the crap with all the doctored stuff she brings out week after week. If Vickie wants to fire her, do so. Otherwise, shut the hell up. She claims to have a picture of them in the car, but Cena's out. He says it's all a load of garbage, and Vickie's just doing this to have something to talk about. He says THIS is how you get people to talk, and lays a big kiss on AJ. He's living the dream of every person on 411Mania! He turns to snark at Vickie, only to have AJ practically smother him with a kiss, and Vickie's downright stunned! Ziggler out to assault Cena, and John fights him off and chases him up the ramp, although it looks like Cena may have tweaked his knee as he hobble-runs up the ramp.
-Sheamus versus Damien Sandow is announced, and the 2-out-of-3 falls match is NEXT!
Two Out of Three Falls Match: Alberto Del Rio v. Randy Orton
First fall: Clothesline by Orton for a quick two count. Del Rio with a snapmare and a kick to the back for two. Orton fires back with a dropkick, but Del Rio out at one. Del Rio bashes Orton into the turnbuckle, then a snap suplex for two. Clothesline misses, and Orton hits a suplex, then a stomp. Orton stalks Del Rio, who hits a snap kick to Orton's left arm. Cross arm breaker attempt countered, and Orton shoves Del Rio to the floor. Del Rio back up and lays out Orton, then rolls him back in and starts bashing his bad arm into the ring post. He goes beyond the five count doing so and is DQ'ed.
Winner: Randy Orton by DQ
Second fall: Del Rio with an armbar, then a kick to Orton's bad arm. Del Rio cinches the arm back in. Orton fights out with a back suplex. Clothesline, clothesline, powerslam. He psyches up, but Del Rio wrings the arm, then locks in the Cross Arm Breaker, and Orton taps!
Winner: Alberto Del Rio
Third fall: Orton cautious with his bad left arm. Del Rio shoves him into the corner. Orton counters another whip with a float-over roll-up for two. Del Rio comes back, however, with an enziguri kick to the left arm for a near fall. Orton comes back, but Rodriguez trips him up, only to get booted by the ref. Backstabber by Del Rio nets a close near fall. Del Rio mocks a RKO attempt, but Orton counters into the hangman DDT. RKO countered into the Cross Arm Breaker. Orton manages to roll him up for two to break the hold. Del Rio shoves him to the corner, enziguri attempt misses, and Orton nails the RKO for the third fall and the win!
Winner: Randy Orton
-Recap of the two-tongue tango by AJ and Cena, then Ziggler's sneak attack on Cena, after which Cena looks like he twisted an ankle or tore his meniscus as he chased Dolph up the ramp. We go to the back in the doctor's room, where Cena is being taped up with AJ faithfully at his side. D'AWWWW!
Handicap Match: The Great Khali v. Primo & Epico
Hornswoggle out, as he apparently has the hots for Rosa like Del Rio does. Rosa looks interested, but it's a trick bouqet as she gets squirted with water. Ah, the classics. Meanwhile, Khali hits the Punjabi Plunge on Epico and it's mercifully over. No, wait, Swoggle's dancing with Khali, now it's worse.
Winner: The Great Khali
-Heyman in the back, freaking out as apparently he has to ASK for balloons for Punk's celebration. "BALLOONS, BALLOONS!" Give the man his balloons, dammit!
-Miz is in action, NEXT!
The Miz v. David Otunga
Otunga starts out aggressive, laying out Miz with a clothesline and then a pair of step-up clothesline. He keeps Miz grounded for the duration of the match, flooring him with clotheslines whenever Miz tries to comeback. Miz comes back at the end with big left hands, corner clothesline, a top-rope axe handle and the Skull-Crushing Finale for the victory. Otunga honestly looked good here, and I'm a little surprised he lost as suddenly as he did.
Winner: The Miz
-Recap of Ryback's threat and Heyman's invitation to him to attend Punk's celebration.
-Sheamus out for his match, but before that, he talks about how this was a fight between two warriors and after Hell In The Cell, he had no complaints about Big Show winning, but then he made it personal by assaulting Regal time and again. He was smiling after his fight at HITC, but he's not smiling now, and calls out the World Champ, who obliges. The two get into a verbal spat, as Show says there's nothing personal, and it's as clear as Sheamus's face, Show is still the world champion, despite Sheamus beating him all over the arena with a chair. Before it can escalate, Damien Sandow enters, surprisingly sans microphone.
Sheamus v. Damien Sandow
Sheamus aggressive with the shoulder blocks and clotheslines, but Sandow comes back with punches and kicks, pushing Sheamus into the corner before he delivers more blows. Sheamus is kept down for a bit as Sandow lays the boots to him, but Sheamus shrugs it off, knocking down Sandow, then taking him by the beard and tossing him out of the ring, as we go to commercial...
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