We come back, and we hear that Josh Matthews will interview Brock Lesnar momentarily. I wonder if Matthews is going to be...just another victim.
Highlights from earlier.
Josh Matthews with Brock Lesnar
Brock talks about leaving, then going to the UFC. He claims their success was on him. His blood, sweat & tears. He's back at the top, where he belongs. He mentions popping Cena in the mouth. And points out that the suits are proud to have him back.
"I'm not here to make any friends. I'm a WAR MACHINE. An ASS KICKER! And a proud one at that."
Highlights of WrestleMania 28's Hell in a Cell match between Triple H & The Undertaker, with the current roster providing some perspective. I don't know about them selling it as the greatest match ever. But with the Cell and JR calling the action, that's obviously what they were going for.
David Otunga makes entrance. Otunga is accompanied by John Laurinaitis, and does the Chris Masters poses. Otunga faces Cena…NEXT!
David Otunga vs. John Cena
We get some shots of the wounded warriors before Cena makes his way out. Boos for Cena, as expected. Cena is stuffed up—see, it was legit! Even the kids are booing him now. How many times have we done this? It has main evented RAW at least one other time, right?
Highlights do a great job of selling the Lesnar shot to Cena's mush.
Dueling chants for Cena. Cena takes Otunga down to start. Lock-up and Otunga grabs a headlock. Cena gets out, rather easily. Dueling chants are now louder. Otunga kicks Cena in the corner, and the ref pulls him out—not sure why. That opens the door for Cena, but Otunga is quick to regain control. Shoulder blocks send Cena down, fllowed by a clothesline. Otunga, in the ring with John Cena, stops to pose. And he went to Harvard?
Combo of clotheslines and a shoulder block by Otunga gets two. The Rock smiles as the crowd chants Fruity Pebbles. Cena's mouth is bleeding again. Otunga is posing way too much—yes, I know he's in character. Cena takes control. 5 Knuckle Shuffle. Attitude Adjusment. STF and Otunga taps.
Winner: John Cena (submission, 5:05)
And here's Lesnar! Low blow to remind us that he's the heel. Sure, but they still won't cheer Cena! F% to Cena by a very maniacal Brock. Lesnar stands over his fallen prey. We get some replays and Lesnar leaves, very proud of his work. John Laurinaitis stands by the announce table, also proud.
Credit: Tony Acero