John CenaJohn Felix Anthony Cena
- Birthdate: 04/23/1977 (age 37)
- Height: 6'1"
- Weight: 251 Ib
Cena is known as "the face of the WWE for a lon...
Cole, King and JBL bring up Money In The Bank and flash us back to last week, where we see Dolph's historic cash-in on an injured Alberto Del Rio and his World Title victory in front of the raucous, overwhelmingly pro-Ziggler crowd in the IZOD Center. He, CR-A.J. and Big E. Langston are WALKING to the ring as we hear from the NEW World Champion NEXT!
Justin Roberts introduces the NEW World Champion Dolph Ziggler as he, AJ, and Big E. make their way to the ring. Dolph on the mic and he gets straight to the point, saying how it's the greatest single moment in RAW history, and questions how he can top himself. He is the most charismatic, the most flamboyant, and he simply does it better than anyone else. He doesn't care that some people boo; they should remember when someone scores during a NFL game or what Louisville did during the NCAA Finals, they showed off. That's what you do when you are simply better than anyone else.
Alberto Del Rio and Ricardo, both hobbling, make their way out to the ring. Del Rio did pride ZIggler on his cash-in and victory, but he wants his rematch right here, right now. Ziggler tries to beg off, but Vickie Guerrero is out and asks for a ref because the match is on! Here comes a ref...
Before anything can happen though, Zeb Colter and Jack Swagger interrupt. Colter says if not for Swagger tearing Del Rio apart, Ziggler would not have cashed in and won the World Title. Swagger is a Real American and a Real Champion, not ZIggler, and Del Rio certainly doesn't deserve a second chance. Del Rio initially fights off Swagger when he hits the ring. Langston puts himself between an eager Del Rio and Ziggler. Swagger drags Del Rio to the post, however, and bashes his leg before putting Del Rio in the Patriot Lock. Officials pull Swagger off, but the damage looks to be done as Ziggler and company simply look on.
Swagger's assault on Del Rio is recapped, and we see Del Rio being worked on in the Trainer's Room.
Non-Title Match: WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No vs. The Primetime Players
Bryan starts out hot with some blistering kicks to Titus and a big one gets a two count. Tag out to Darren Young, who takes down Bryan with a clothesline. Bryan brought to the Players' corner, where Titus tags in and tags Bryan with some boots. Titus with a nice rib breaker and a fall-away slam. Young tags in, but Bryan counters him and makes the hot tag to Kane, who cleans house on the Primetime Players. He sends Titus to the floor, where Bryan takes out the "Real Deal" with a diving knee. Kane goozles Young, hits the chokeslam, and Bryan hits the "Flying Goat" headbutt for the quick victory.
Winners: Team Hell No
We're given a recap of Ryback shell-shocking Cena. We go to Ryback, who starts out by bringing up WM 29, how Cena was at the top of his career, finding redemption and the WWE Championship by beating the Rock, and Ryback finding himself at his lowest point. That being said, each of them only have one way to go, Cena down, Ryback up. Ryback says Cena must be wondering why. Ryback said he had no choice after everything he's been through. Ryback says he found himself staring up from the bottom of the ladder again and that wasn't going to happen. Ryback talks about Cena bring a friend to him last year and even giving him his title shot when injured. Ryback says he isn't a sidekick. If Cena is Superman, say hello to the kryptonite. Ryback asks Cena where he was when he was attacked by The Shield and robbed of the WWE Title, when he backed Cena up against the Shield every time. Ryback says Cena got lucky at the Royal Rumble when he eliminated him to get the WrestleMania spot. Ryback says he is the biggest threat to Cena's title reign, ever. Ryback...rules.
Despite being a little long-winded and the small "Boring"