hellscream and tells both dudes to work it out. Neither men want to apologize. Steph leaves. Vince tells HHH that HHH is bigger than that. He calls Axel good, but Trips is bigger. He calls him an icon, a legend, and he wants more for Triple H. He wants TRiple H to be THE MAN. He wants Triple H to tell people to go to hell when they need it. It's bigger than a match with Curtis Axel. He's trying to do the right thing and give.
Triple H gets it. He is not going to apologize. Vince wants to be the bigger man and says next week, he can get his match with Curtis Axel next week. Triple H laughs, then says Vince is right, and he doesn't want the match with Axel. Vince says, personally, he'd like to see the match. Triple H says he doesn't want it. He is now not having it. Steph is back. She wants a group hug
Somewhere, Dr. Shelby is smiling.
Steph calls this bonding, Vince doesn't hug other men. Trips says hold on, Vince won't hug Triple H? Triple H seems willing to group hug, and this masturbatory session is alllllmost over. Vince and Trips smack each other on the back, and it appears the fire has been quelled. Triple H walks away and Steph smiles, doing what Dr. Shelby couldn't do over the course of one episode of RAW...
From something I don't care about to something else I don't care about, Cena is here. Cenarella dressed in yella...
Here comes Scott Steiner! Ryback!
Keep in mind, the lumberjacks are surrounding the ring at this moment. Cena is in the middle of the ring, and he says that Ryback seemingly does not understand "Face to face" since he won't get in the ring. Ryback stands atop the ramp. He says he's so afraid, of course. Cena cuts him off, says Vickie set this all up with the sole purpose that they don't tear each other apart. Sunday, at Payback, this all switches though. Ryback says he can tear through all thirty of those lumberjacks, and can even tear through all person in the audience if he wanted to. John's gotta trust Ryback, he is doing this for Cena, not himself. Cena claims Ryback has been sending messages a lot recently with the whole puttin people through table thing, but if the message to Cena is that Ryback does damage, Cena gets it. If the message is that he thinks he deserve to be the WWE CHampion than...
Ryback cuts him off, says he should have been the champ three times over. He brings up his TLC match with Punk. He brings up Survivor Series against Cena. At HITC, he had the belt won. Cena claims he gave Ryback his spot for that match. That's, apparently where the problem started. Ryback got too good, too fast. He became a threat, too popular, and Cena went to damage control, trying to protect what's most important - his last decade. When the going got tough, Cena left Ryback high and dry. Cena insults his manhood, then tells Ryback to shut up.
He;s been here a long time, and never one had a guardian angel behind his back. He tells Ryback to look at himself, all buff and shit, but bitches and moans about conspiracy theories (R-Truth?). Congrats to Ryback, because he's good at makin excuses cuz come Sunday, Cena iswinning. Ryback claims that he CAN see Cena. And Cena is full of crap. He knows every move Cena is going to make. There will be no backing down from Ryback. The legend of John Cena doesn't grow anymore, it ends. It ends when he beats Cena in the Lumberjack match, when he is put through a table, and when Cena gets loaded into the ambulance (although, if he won the first two falls then arguably, the ambulance wouldn't be needed...)
This Sunday, Ryback takes Cena's spot. Cena takes off his shirt, and thinks this Sunday, payback is a bitch.
ooooooo, he said a bad woooorrdddd
He tries to leave the ring, but the lumberjacks stop him twice. Ryback runs into the ring and is set out. Ryback makes his way back in and Cena and Ryback lock up, only for the lumberjacks to try and break it up. Some faces hold back Cena and some heels hold back Ryback as we end the show.
It has been a pleasure doing the recap once again, y'all.
Credit: Tony Acero