is his. Interesting...
Sheamus looks concerned and helps Orton up. Orton looks to try and get up himself, then hits an RKO from out of nowhere. Good ol Orton...
Ace in the back, and he thinks Show's apology was insincere. Jericho is here telling Johnny that he pinned Sheamus and deserves a title shot. Here's Del Rio who wants a title shot of his own. Finally, Orton comes in wanting the same. Orton atacks Del Rio then out of nowhere, Sheamus comes flying in and attacks Jericho. Sheamus and Orton send Del Rio and Jericho running then start jib jabbin with each other. Sheamus tells Orton "anytime ya want, fella!" Ace makes the inevitable match; a Fatal Four Way for the World Heavyweight Title at Over the Limit.
Before the next match, Brodus Clay has a PSA that tells us to call our momma for Mother's Day. Here's The Miz. Instead of competing for the WWE Championship, he has a match with Brodus? Really?! He's the most must see WWE Superstar and he has a match with Brodus Clay? If he wanted to see King Hippo dance, he'd play Mike Tyson's Punch-Out. But he wants Brodus to listen good, after this match Miz wants Brodus to call his momma and let her know that he had the experience of a lifetime fighting the Miz. He wants Brodus to tell his Momma that he's The Miz...and he's Awesome!!
Match 5: Brodus Clay vs.
Lockup and a go behind as Miz hammers away on Brodus' head. Of course, that goes nowhere as Brodus hits a headbutt, sending Miz outside. The ladies laugh at The Miz and he looks to attack, sending Brodus to the outside for some "Nah man, that ain't happenin" swag. Miz runs around the ring and to the inside. Brodus follows and Miz gets a kick, some more then hits the ropes and gets a hard kick to the head of Brodus. Pin for 1...2..NO! Brodus in the corner, Miz flies with a clothesline. He goes up top axe handle and a pin for 1. Miz from behind with a cravat. Brodus is able to get out but Miz hits a DDT and a pin for 1...2..NO! Miz mounts the back of Brodus and drops down on the spine a couple of times. Brodus with a right to Miz's gut. A club to the back. He sends Miz to th apron. Miz ducks and dropkicks the knees. Miz hits the ropes and hits a knee, then locks in a chinlock. Brodus stands and hits a sideslam! Miz runs and Brodus hits a hard headbutt! Miz is in the corner, Brodus runs for a splash, but Miz hits a boot to the face! He goes up top and jumps, but Brodus catches and hits the T-Bone. Brodus with the Splash and a pin for 1...2...3!!!!
Winner: Brodus Clay (**)
The best match Brodus has been in, probably ever, and that's not saying that it was good. Simply better than any squash. Let's hope this wasn't a one off thing.
We get a recap of Brock Smash once we come back, including the breaking of Triple H's arm. Cole and King show some photos of Triple H still doing his job, at a meeting with some board members and in an arm brace. They inform us that HHH will be with us live next week, as well as extended an invitation to Brock Lesnar to come, but instead...Brock sent a legal rep. I hope to God it's Paul Heyman.....
Brock's music hits and we get a long wait to see who it is....
It's PAUL FREAKIN HEYMAN!!!!
Paul introduces himself and he's all scowled. He is here, tonight, as the representative for Brock Lesnar! The single, most dominant athelete in the history of the WWE, but a man that has booed and maligned and mistreated and underappreciated by the WWE audience since day 1. He says that today's WWE is so much different than it was 10 years ago. It's so image conscious. But despite that fact, it was the Exec VP of Talent Relations who signed Brock to a legit contract. Admittedly, Brock made a few reasonable and verbal demands, which were agreed to on live television - which makes every single audience member a party of that event. Brock feels betrayed by the WWE Universe and Brock should not have to feel that way, because Brock is the only man to hold the NCAA championship, the Undisputed WWE Championship AND the UFC Championship...and yet, above all else, Brock is an honest man. He said he was going to hurt people, and he did. But instead of him running down Brock's accolades, he's got one better for us. Tonight, Brock asked Paul personally to read Brock's personal statement.
"I came back to bring legitamcy to WWE, that's exactly what I did. And how was I rewarded? With the same corporate BS and politics that lead me to leave 8 years ago. I don't regret what I did to John Cena; I embarrassed him. Another guy I embarrased was HHH. He's always been jealous of me. HHH lasted one hour in a cell with The Undertaker but couldn't last one minute in the ring with me. I had an agreement with the company and he broke it, so I broke his arm."
He claims that he is never coming back, and quits! Paul drops the mic and leaves the ring.
Backstage, Michael Ealy and Warren Cole from Common Law are talking to Show about how weak he looks apologizing to Eve. Show says that now is not a good place. They claim to be tough and sexy detectives, so they can figure this all out. They both make fun of his voice as Show laughs about it. Here's Eve with her angry face.
Before the next match can start, Johnny Ace comes out and says that tonight, instead of a one-on-one, Punk will have a handicap match against Tensai and Bryan.
Match 6: CM Punk vs. Lord Tensai and Daniel Bryan
Punk and Tensai to start, with Bryan on the outside. Punk ducks a clothesline and chops but Tensai goozles him. Punk kicks out of it only for Tensai to thrust at the throat. Body slam from Tensai, followed by an elbow. Tag to Bryan and in he comes with some hard kicks to Punk's chest. Cover for 1. Bryan with a suplex, but Punk floats out and rolls up Bryan for 2. Punk with a right hand, then a chop, another hand. Whip to the ropes, Punk ducks a clothesline and we get a double cross body. Tag to Tensai. He gets a double underhook then hits some knees and falls back. Knee to the spine and a chin... (Continues on next page)