even got them matching His and Her bathrobes. Cena: "I don't know where that's been." Vickie wonders how it'll last anyway, given AJ's past with Bryan, Punk, and Kane. AJ herself makes her way to the ring. Vickie wonders if she'll deny it, but AJ admits she's had a lot of issues with men and is trying to make a better person of herself. She actually thanks Vickie for taking her job, as it allows her to do what she wants, like copping a feel on Cena or slapping his ass. AJ says it's a shame Vickie's the boss and can't date, since it was the only way she could ever land a man.
-Dolph out now, and he's sorry to have interrupted the hen party, but the real issue is Cena jumping Ziggler from behind when he couldn't respond to getting barreled through a bathroom door. He wonders what's going through Cena's head, and it's that even when AJ's wrapped her arms around Cena and shoving her tongue down his throat, she's thinking of Dolph. Cena gets ready to head up towards Dolph, but Vickie talks him down and makes a match between the two of them tonight.
-We find out that Sheamus will face US Champion Antonio Cesaro in a big non-title match tonight. That's going to be REAL physical.
-Robert Griffin III receiving a special WWE Championship for his four touchdowns over the weekend.
Non-Title Match: IC Champion Kofi Kingston v. Tensai
Wade Barrett at ringside commentary. Tensai catches Kofi on the springboard, Kofi ducks a couple of clotheslines, and gets dropped with a clothesline. Drops Kofi for a two count. Elbows to Kofi's arm and neck, then Tensai applies an armbar. Kofi comes off the top with a Superman punch, dropkick, lariat, then the Boom Drop. Tensai blocks the TIP, then stops the slingshot kick and drops Kofi HARD with an elbow for two. Kofi dodges the Vader Bomb. Tensai reaches outside for Kofi and gets the Trouble In Paradise. Kofi with a springboard crossbody for the three.
Winner: Kofi Kingston
-Wade Barrett enters the ring, and mockingly hands the IC Title to Kofi.
-Bryan and Kane backstage. Bryan claims to be popular all over the US and the world, and shows "empirical voting data" which supposedly proves no one has voted for Kane, except maybe in Hell. Kane says he can arrange a trip for Daniel to find out for himself. Josh Matthews interrupts and shows the actual voting results, which shows Kane winning with 59% of the vote. "RED RULES!" Matthews informs Bryan he still has a match, for the first time on Raw, against Rey Mysterio! His music hits and Bryan rushes to the ring...
WWE Tag Team Champion Daniel Bryan v. Rey Mysterio
Bryan with an arm drag, then preens to the crowd. Lock up, and Bryan with another take-down. Rey with a pair of kicks and an arm wrench. Bryan counters out, Mysterio floats under him on the run-by and monkey flips him. Rey misses the senton to the outside, and Bryan with a diving knee off the apron. Back in the ring, Bryan with a hammerlock, rolling Rey up for a two count. Rey counters out with a snapmare and a drop toe hold. Bryan responds with a kick. He throws Rey to the outside, by Rey rolls through. Rey back into the ring as Bryan goes to the outside, and Bryan is frustrated as we go to break...
Rey with a kick, Bryan reverse the whip, but Rey floats over to the top. Bryan traps him in the Tree of Woe and delivers some stiff kicks to Rey. Surfboard attempt, but Bryan just rakes the eyes of Rey. Some more kick, then Bryan throws Rey belly first onto the ringside floor. Rey whipped into the ring post and rolled back in for a two count. Armbar locked in on Rey, who fights out but gets headbutted. Rey gets perched on top, but knocks Bryan off and hits a senton. Rey counters a sunset flip into a Buzzsaw kick for a near fall. Rey sets Bryan up for the 619, but Bryan counters into the No! Lock. Rey reaches the ropes before he can be cinched in. Bryan with some stiff kicks, but gets caught with a headscissors into the turnbuckle, then a 619 around the post! Rey up, drops the dime, and gets three!
Winner: Rey Mysterio
-Ricardo and Del Rio backstage, talking about how easy the match with Khali was. Rosa approaches them and thanks Alberto for defending her tonight. He thanks her and says he'll be there for her, with a wink.
-Josh Matthews backstage with Dolph Ziggler, who says Cena's "extra incentive" in their match tonight doesn't matter, as he's preoccupied with AJ, while Ziggler's focused on Money in the Bank and main eventing Raw tonight.
-Once again, we recap Dolph's verbal lashing of AJ and Cena interrupting AJ's lashing out, only to get beat down and thrown through a bathroom door by Ziggler. We then see Cena getting his revenge on Smackdown.
Dolph Ziggler v. John Cena
We're reminded about Cena's "torn meniscus" from last week, so hopefully he'll sell it well enough tonight. Headlock by Dolph, the two exchange float-overs, and Cena with a hip toss. Cena with the headlock, Ziggler reverses a whip, but gets hip tossed. Headlock by Cena again, Ziggler fights out, but gets a shoulder block. Ziggler counters a charge with an elbow, then hits a nice take-down as we go to break...
Cena on the outside in pain, as we see Ziggler whipping him hard into the steps during the break. Ziggler taunts him back in the ring with sit-ups, but gets rolled up for two. Dropkick by Ziggler, then a series of elbows. Ziggler preens to the crowd, and Cena's up for his five moves, but gets kicked in the head on the Shuffle and gets DRILLED with a DDT for a near fall. Cena counters a charge and float over by Ziggler into the STF, but Ziggler kicks him off and locks in the sleeper. Cena powers out eventually, and turns it over into the STF. Dolph manages to make the ropes, and Cena breaks the hold. Cena heads over to Ziggler, but gets dropkicked GOOD for a near fall. Ziggler up, hits a cross body, but Cena rolls through for the AA. Ziggler counters, Zig Zag, 1...2...Thr-NO! Ziggler with a roll-up for two. Cena hits the spin-out bomb, but... (Continues on next page)