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TONIGHT: John Cena will name the stipulation for his match against Batista at Over the Limit. Flavor Flav is the guest host tonight, for the final show to be held at the Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh.

-WWE Open.

-They showed highlights of the final segment of Raw last week, with Wayne Brady, Edge and Randy Orton.

-Randy Orton made his entrance into the arena. Slowly, as per his usual. Orton said he didn’t accept Edge’s offer, because he knew Edge wanted him under his control. Then some music that reminded me of the Honky Tonk Man started playing, and it was Meatloaf. Wow. He came to the ring and had a microphone. “You are the man!” he shouted to Orton. The ‘loaf said he couldn’t wait for them to introduce him, so he came out on his own. He plugged his album and suggested one of his new songs should be Orton’s new theme song. Apparently, it was written by Jon Bon Jovi. The fans started chanting “RKO” when Meatloaf asked if Orton wanted to hear the song. Orton asked Meatloaf to hum him a few bars. Meatloaf said he’d do better, and do the whole song just for Orton. He yelled that was the cue for the music to play. It did and Meatloaf started singing. Orton went over to the corner and brooded while Meatloaf continued singing and he kept begging Orton to make it his theme song. He talked about the duets he did on the album if Orton didn’t find the first one acceptable. Orton finally put him out of his misery and RKO’d him. That didn’t get the pop I expected, and there were some boos. Perhaps because it went on a bit long. Edge came out after that.

He said Orton has had his share of run-ins with celebrities. Seth Green. Freddie Prinze Jr. Wayne Brady. Meatloaf. And Edge said he agreed that these celebrities have too much power. He said he talked to the WWE brass and successfully convinced them that celebrity guest hosts will have no power in the future. But that’s not all; he said there needs to be a permanent GM, someone with the moxie to pull it off. Their pick for permanent Raw GM: Vickie Guerrero. The crowd loved hating on her, early and often. Vickie said that despite her personal relationship with Edge in the past, she was here to be a true professional. She told Orton that him attacking celebrities is something WWE does not condone. Orton asked her to reprimand him to his face. Edge and Vickie were still on the stage. Edge called Orton a bully, but tonight, he’ll know what it feels like to be bullied. As punishment for his behavioral issues, she put Orton in a match against Edge and a partner of his choice in a handicap match. Edge told Orton that Randy will find out how he deals with threats.

-Chris Jericho and Miz were walking backstage. Jericho is next, in a match with Tag Title ramifications.

[Commercial Break]

-Several Pittsburgh Steelers were shown in the front row.

-They replayed Orton’s RKO of Meatloaf.

(1) Chris Jericho vs. David Hart Smith–If Jericho wins, he and Miz will earn a Unified Tag Title shot at Over the Limit
They showed Jericho’s attack on Smith last week after the Hart Dynasty’s match. Miz and Tyson Kidd were absent from ringside, as they have a match next week and if Miz loses, he’ll have to defend his U.S Title against a Hart Family member next week on Raw from Toronto. Jericho slapped Smith upon the ringing of the bell, and Smith came back with a big boot. He got the standing suplex in early, so it’ll be a short match. Legdrop missed and Jericho gained control. He taunted the crowd a bit, as he is wont to do. Smith used some power moves to accelerate his comeback. Scoop slam got him a two-count. Smith went for the Sharpshooter and locked it in successfully. Jericho made the ropes, however. A thumb to the eye, then a Codebreaker for the win.

Winner: Jericho, at 3:07. Short, but it by no means buried Smith.

-Edge was shown having a private conversation with Batista backstage. No audio, but the announcers seemed to think Edge was trying to talk Batista into becoming his partner later tonight.

-Still to come: Cena reveals the stipulation for his match with Batista at Over the Limit.

-But next, Flavor Flav is in the house.

[Commercial Break]

-This Friday, Rey Mysterio takes on CM Punk one-on-one.

-R-Truth and Flavor Flav rapped their way to the ring to Truth’s theme. Truth asked the WWE Universe to welcome Flavor Flav to Raw. Flav asked Pittsburgh to make some noise, then asked everyone to scream “Flavor Flav.” Most did it, too. He talked about his new show and said some other stuff I didn’t really understand. He asked the fans to give it up for R-Truth. William Regal was at ringside waiting for the schtick to be over so the match could start.

(2) William Regal vs. R-Truth
Spinning heel kick by Truth, but then the Colons came out and attacked R-Truth for the DQ. Cole filled viewers in on their reunion on Superstars this past week. Flav did commentary for the beat-down.

Winner: Truth, via DQ, at :26. I was looking forward to a decent match here.

The Colons walked up the ramp and were met by Ted DiBiase. He gave them a few envelopes and stared at Truth in the ring.

-With Vickie Guerrero in charge, she has made a handicap match featuring Edge and a mystery partner taking on Randy Orton.

[Commercial Break]

-They showed a hype video on the WWE Divas Champion, Eve Torres.

-Next was a video of Maryse training earlier today with her own sparring partner in the ring. Because Eve is into jiu-jitsu, I guess Maryse tried to even the score a bit. She was struggling with some aspects of the arts, when her trainer told her she needed to try harder. She slapped him and kicked him in the leg, then left.

-Randy Orton was shown backstage in his locker room when Josh Mathews walked up. He asked Orton if he was concerned about Edge and his prospective partners. Orton said he has no control over that, so he’s not worried. He asked Vickie Guerrero to come to ringside for the match, as he planned on making it a night she’ll never forget.

[Commercial Break]

-Buzz Aldrin, in an astronaut outfit, plugged that he’d be taking WWE Raw to the moon. He put the shade down on his outfit, then Mark Henry came from behind and nailed him with a chair (obviously after an edit). Buzz will be hosting Raw next week.

-The announcers talked about this being the final Raw in the Mellon Arena. Lawler gave some background on WWE and the Igloo, saying that WWE still holds the attendance record in the building.

-Alicia Fox and Gail Kim were at ringside and Zack Ryder was in the ring. He apologized for how things went down last week, and noted that Fox was looking especially good tonight. He insulted Pittsburgh and the arena, then said he’d be getting his first Raw win tonight.

(3) Zack Ryder vs. Evan Bourne
Ryder kicked Bourne to the ground early on, a good move against the high-flying Bourne. Hurricanrana by Bourne, then a beautiful kick to the face. That got two. Bourne tried to go to the top, but Ryder cut him off. Rough Rider leg lariat by Ryder as Fox gave him the thumbs-up from ringside. He choked Bourne in the ropes, using the knee. Bourne came back after Ryder missed a corner splash. He just threw himself at Ryder in the corner. As Bourne went to the top, Fox got on the apron to try to distract Bourne, but Kim pulled her off hard. Bourne landed the Shooting Stare Press, even though Ryder had most of his back off the mat.

Winner: Bourne, at 2:06. Solid two minutes of action.

Kim walked out arm-in-arm with Bourne while Ryder and Fox shared some words at ringside.

-They showed Cena beating Wade Barrett last week in the Beat-the-Clock Challenge, then being attacked before he could announce the match stipulation. He’ll reveal that stipulation next.

[Commercial Break]

-John Cena hit the ring. He called this a special occasion being in Pittsburgh tonight. He took some time to thank Sheamus, giving Cena an entire week to think about the match he wants Batista in at Over the Limit. He got to thinking that maybe Batista was right. He said his win at Extreme Rules didn’t involve athleticism or brute force. Cena said some critics thought he took the easy way out with the way he won. He said he is many things, but he’s not a coward, and he’d prove it tonight. He told the fans that he can choose from many matches, including forcing Batista to wear a blindfold, handcuffs, or making him hop on one leg; but that would be the act of a coward. He said at Over the Limit, there will be no easy way out. It’ll be fair and competitive, but brutal. He said it would be the last time he’ll face Dave Batista for the WWE Championship. Cena said if Batista wins, he’ll forfeit his re-match clause. He then announced that he’d face Batista in an I Quit Match. If Batista wants to see Cena leave, he’ll just have to force him to say two words. And he owes it all to Sheamus. He called Sheamus a “human jar of mayonnaise” then called him out so he could thank him in person. He didn’t take the bait at first, but finally, his music played.

Sheamus stayed on the stage and said that if he came to the ring, he’d leave Cena in no condition to face Batista in a title match. He asked if Cena really wanted him to come to the ring. Cena said “yeah, sure.” Well, not in those words. Sheamus said that decision just cost Cena his WWE Championship. As he made his way to the ring, Batsita attacked through the crowd. Spear for Cena, then a back-breaker from Sheamus. The men tossed Cena out of the ring, then Batista slammed him back-first into the ring post. Back in the ring, Sheamus nailed Cena with the pump kick. Batista was about to deliver a Batista Bomb when Mark Henry ran out. Sheamus left the ring, so Batista took the brunt of the punishment, including a headbutt, a corner splash and a kick that sent the Animal to the outside. Crowd chanted for Cena and Henry helped the champ to his feet.

-Backstage, Vickie Guerrero and Edge met up. Edge said he found a partner, then apologized for saying some hateful things about Vickie in the past. He said he did it to get the fans to feel sympathy for Vickie, but it didn’t work. They both agreed they’ll always be friends. Edge said he wanted Vickie at ringside for tonight’s match, but Guerrero wanted a guarantee that Orton wouldn’t get to her. Edge made the promise. He said Vickie needs to be there to show everyone that she won’t be intimidated, and so that she can be there to see the look on Orton’s face after Edge wins. Vickie said she’d be there.

[Commercial Break]

(4) Tyson Kidd vs. The Miz- If Kidd wins, a Hart Family member will challenge for the US Title next week
Miz man-handled Kidd and looked to be solely focused on Kidd. He kicked his opponent out of the ring, but Kidd came back in by flipping over Miz, and hooking his shoulders with his legs, rolling Miz up for the win. Cole noted it was shades of Owen Hart.

Winner: Kidd, at :43. Shockingly quick.

Miz got the mic and said Kidd didn’t really win anything tonight. Miz said he still gets to decide who he will defend his US Title against. He picked: Bret Hart. He did a long pause before he made his selection. Should’ve picked Diana.

-Mathews caught up with Batista and told him he’s going to face Mark Henry one-on-one later tonight. Batista asked if Mathews also knew that he has an I Quit Match against Cena in two weeks. He said he wouldn’t just make Cena say I Quit, he’d make him scream it. “Don’t believe me? Watch what I do to Mark Henry.”

[Commercial Break]

-The NXT Rookies were in the ring for a match. All of them. Cole said one of them will be eliminated tomorrow.

(5) The NXT Rookies vs. Yoshi Tatsu & Goldust & Santino Marella & John Morrison
All four were in slow-mo, which was funny. Goldust started the match with Wade Barrett. Atomic drop by Goldust, then a short clothesline. Tag to Tatsu, who came down off the second rope with a chop to Barrett’s arm. Knee to the gut by Barrett, allowing him to tag Justin Gabriel. Tatsu and Gabriel traded some martial arts kicks and high-energy moves. David Otunga tagged himself in and clotheslined Tatsu in the back of the head. Big shoulder knock-down got a two count for the A-lister. Tatsu caught Otunga with a right hand and both men were down. Morrison and Heath Slater both tagged in. Slater did the selling for Morrison. Morrison fought off Michael Tarver and tossed him into Darren Young. Slater with a sunset flip, but Morrison rolled through and kneed him in the face. Skip Sheffield distracted Morrison as he went for the Starship Pain, allowing Slater to get his knees up. Daniel Bryan tagged in and fell victim to a back-body drop. Santino tagged in and was immediately rolled up by Bryan for the three-count.

Winners: NXT Rookies, at 3:37. Horowitz Wins! Horowitz Wins! I mean…

They tried to make a big deal about Bryan getting the win, with Young and Sheffield putting Bryan on their shoulders.

-Still to come…who will Edge’s partner be tonight against Randy Orton?

[Commercial Break]

-The Smackdown Rebound aired. It was focused on Drew McIntyre being fired by Teddy Long. Cole then plugged Kofi Kingston vs. Christian for the vacant Intercontinental Championship.

-Backstage, the Bellas (with their own clocks), asked Flavor Flav about his new show. Vladimir Kozlov and Santino Marella walked in, and they were arguing. Flav told Kozlov to speak English, while Santino said he was trying to tell Kozlov they’d make a good tag team. “You’re always losing!” said Kozlov, hilariously. Flav wanted to work something out, but William Regal walked in and told Koz not to listen. “Aren’t you ridiculous,” said Regal about Flav. Regal and Flav began talking about rapping when Kozlov said “Regal…don’t just stand there. Bust a move.” So Regal did a rap that was more of a rhyme or poem. Flav wasn’t a fan. He admonished Regal for not saying “yeeeah boy” correctly. “Vintage William Regal!” proclaimed Cole.

-Cole and Lawler talked about the Over the Limit card.

-Batista came out for his match with Mark Henry. He sat in a chair in the middle of the ring with the spotlight on him. The match is next.

[Commercial Break]

-Buzz Aldrin, in an astronaut outfit, plugged that he’d be taking WWE Raw to the moon. He put the shade down on his outfit, then Mark Henry came from behind and nailed him with a chair (obviously after an edit). Buzz will be hosting Raw next week.

-Mark Henry came out to face the Anmial. Batista attacked Henry just as Mark was getting into the ring. He took the chair and bashed Henry in the back and arm with it. The ref didn’t seem to concerned about breaking it up, and didn’t even ring the bell to start the match. Batista wrapped Henry up in a modified Crossface and trash talked him. Finally, more referees came out and Batista finally let go. He did some major intimidating of the medic before exiting the ring. They kept the camera on him for quite a bit, and the announcers were shown on camera talking about it.

-They plugged Meatloaf’s new CD. I was wondering why until I saw Orton give Meatloaf an RKO from earlier in the night thanks to a Raw replay. Weird. Then, they showed Orton walking backstage, as apparently he faces Edge and a partner of Edge’s choice next, per new Raw GM Vickie Guerrero. Wow, I did miss a lot.

[Commercial Break]

-The announcers talked about next week’s commercial-free Raw to be hosted by Buzz Aldrin. Also, Sheamus vs. John Cena and Bret Hart vs. The Miz for the United States Title.

(6) Randy Orton vs. Edge & Ted DiBiase-Handicap Match
Vickie came out with Edge, as she will be ringside for this match. They both waited on the ramp when Edge’s tag partner was revealed- Ted DiBiase. Hmm. I guess he’s the guy that can take the pin here. Edge got the early advantage for his team, taking the punishment to Orton. DiBiase tagged in and stomped a proverbial mud-hole in Orton in the heel corner. Edge set Orton up for his jumping DDT, but Orton got out of it. Edge responded with a bit boot that got a two-count. Not much heat here. Orton fired back with rights against DiBiase ‘til Teddy did his clothesline thing where he hits the ropes right after his opponent. Orton came back to clean house on both men and scoop slammed DiBiase. Edge was knocked off the apron and into the announce table. Back-breaker by Orton. He Vipered-up, but DiBiase countered the RKO and was back-dropped over the top. R-Truth ran out and provided the distraction once DiBiase got in the ring, which allowed Orton to connect on the RKO and get the win.

Winner: Orton, at 4:57.

Orton began to do his viper stuff while staring at Vickie, who was still seated at ringside. Man, if he ever RKO’s her, that would get a HUGE pop. But the man-on-woman violence would likely be frowned upon in WWE’s PG format. Guerrero screamed for Edge to get up to protect her. “Don’t do it!” she screeched at Orton. Vickie stood up and was shaking as Orton walked closer to her. She screamed that she resigned, then Edge got to his feet and Orton RKO’d him, allowing Vickie to head for the hills. They replayed the RKO on Edge. Orton stared at the fallen Edge as the show faded out.

-The Buzz Aldrin skit aired again to send the show off.

(edited by geemoney on 11.5.10 0048)
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Earlier in the show, John Cena announced his match with Batista would be an I Quit Match. Surprised me a bit, as I assumed the Sheamus attack was to set up Cena demanding a three-way match.

That said ... has there ever been a triple threat I Quit match? Might be an interesting twist.
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I enjoyed the Orton/Edge/Vicki stuff at the start of the show and the Regal rap.

Oh yeah and Danielson getting the pinfall for the rookies.



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I do appreciate Daniel Bryan getting his first pinfall on an actual show of consequence, but that losing streak angle went on WAAAAY too long and him getting a win against Santino means jack.

I had no idea why Mark Henry was inserted into the issue with the main eventers until Batista completely DESTROYED him. Man, has Batista been amazing these last few months.

I was ready to roll my eyes at the thought of GM Vickie Guerrero again, so I was satisfied with the show's resolution.

Watching WWE take a shot at Dancing with the Stars with the Maryse segment shows how different and yet how similar WWE and TNA are. TNA goes out of their way to take a cheap shot at WWE while WWE set their sights higher and take cheap shots at shows like DwtS. The similarity, though, is that both companies look petty and moronic in the end.




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Once again, Batista is the best part of RAW. Especially when he ping pong bumped himself off of Mark Henry. That was fucking hilarious. Need a gif of that.

I also need an HD screencap of Batista sitting in the chair thinking. If Rodin were alive, he'd scrap The Thinker and re-sculpt it as Batista.



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Is Bret Hart going to be the permanent GM of Raw?

I went to this event but I missed the first hour because of the Penguins game. No Dos Caras, no Meat Loaf, no Zack Ryder. But John Cena told me after the show that the Pens were going to win game 7 so I feel pretty good about that.
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.94
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    Is Bret Hart going to be the permanent GM of Raw?


I was thinking this might be the case too. Bret is obviously enjoying being back in the world of wrestling. He would be great in the role too.

Another thought that occurred to me was the rumor mill that The Rock started a while back. Something to the effect of coming back in a non-wrestling role for a gig that involved a storyline. Not sure what his plate looks like, just saying that taking power away from the guest host & bringing back a GM character is kind of a perfect set up to bring Rocky into the story telling.
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    Originally posted by geemoney
    Orton finally put him out of his misery and RKO’d him. That didn’t get the pop I expected, and there were some boos.


If you listened to Pittsburgh radio, you would know the answer to that question. Very big classic rock city here.

No Roethlisberger shown in the front row with his teammates. Must have been in the restroom.

Hey Shapiro, I heard that the WWE was selling special edition shirts that were made just for tonites show in Pittsburgh due to it being the very last WWE show at Mellon Arena. Did you see or buy one? What was on them if you did.





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So, Mark Henry inexplicably helped John Cena when he was getting double-teamed by Sheamus and Batista...

...but when Henry was getting annihilated by Batista, Cena was nowhere to be seen. Coward.

I'm looking forward to seeing if Bret Hart can actually wrestle nowadays.



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    Originally posted by geemoney
    Then some music that reminded me of the Honky Tonk Man started playing, and it was Meatloaf. Wow.


That was Paradise by the Dashboard Light



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John Cena doesn't care about black people. I am actually shocked the Pittsburgh crowd didn't demand the Pens game to be played during Raw. Another blah Raw. Bryan's giant win is going to serve him well, not many people can get a roll-up on Santino. Morrison is already lost in the shuffle.
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.62
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    Is Bret Hart going to be the permanent GM of Raw?


Last I heard, next Monday is supposed to be Bret's last date with The E, unless things have changed, which I would not mind at all.
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Man, and I was looking forward to a permanent GM instead of guest hosts that has been going on for about a year.

There were no real matches and the longest match was just a few ticks under 5 minutes, which was the Edge/DiBiase vs Orton match. The reason I say there wasn't any real matches because of a lot of Raw was just to get the ball rolling for Over the Limit in less than 2 weeks away.

Daniel Bryan gets his first win (and nice reference by Geemoney saying "Horowitz Wins!"...) and to no surprise it was Santino losing yet again.

I am curious now to what Miz and Bret Hart and how it will play out with the US title on the line at the up and coming PPV (seems a bit odd because I thought it was anyone from the Hart Dynasty but apparently I heard wrong as it was anyone from the Hart family).

Overall, I didn't know what to exactly think of the show. I mean, there was not much more than 15 minutes of total wrestling in the 2 hour broadcast but the show did lead up pretty well for the feuds and matches for OTL.
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F'N SHAPIRO:I went to this event but I missed the first hour because of the Penguins game. No Dos Caras, no Meat Loaf, no Zack Ryder. But John Cena told me after the show that the Pens were going to win game 7 so I feel pretty good about that.

Hey where's our live report? Don't tell me I'm going to have to hunt down some Pittsburgh chick's blog and scroll through pages of what a HUNK Cena is, just to find out what happened. It's easier if YOU tell me what a hunk Cena is and go from there

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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.86
    Originally posted by JimBob Skeeter
      Originally posted by JustinShapiro
      Is Bret Hart going to be the permanent GM of Raw?


    Last I heard, next Monday is supposed to be Bret's last date with The E, unless things have changed, which I would not mind at all.
He stated in an interview that it was the plan but he would stick around if they came up with something for him. I guess The Raw GM spot would be something. He could use his power to have Morrison or Bryan replace him in The US Title match next week.
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    Originally posted by John Orquiola
    Once again, Batista is the best part of RAW. Especially when he ping pong bumped himself off of Mark Henry. That was fucking hilarious. Need a gif of that.




    I also need an HD screencap of Batista sitting in the chair thinking. If Rodin were alive, he'd scrap The Thinker and re-sculpt it as Batista.



(both of these are stolen from DVDVR)

(edited by Spaceman Spiff on 11.5.10 0942)


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Reason 4,349 why I love the WWE: Women are dumb b*tches that will believe anything you say!

That Edge/Vicki Guerrero segment was just... odd. After all the history they have had and the public humiliation, they were friendly again, just like that? Hell, even Vince didn't forgive Orton a year later after DDTing his daughter. And we expect that Vicki bought Edge's "I just wanted sympathy for you" excuse? Why does the WWE book women (actually heels too) to act like idiots when it comes to these things? I really hope they stick to her 'resigning' as a heel GM is just a dumb concept.



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    Originally posted by The Game


    Daniel Bryan gets his first win (and nice reference by Geemoney saying "Horowitz Wins!"...) and to no surprise it was Santino losing yet again.




I --think-- Bryan's loss to Batista last week wasn't part of him being 0-10 on NXT last week.
I might be wrong.
If I'm not wrong, this win will not be part of his official record either. But it will probably come into play somehow at some point.



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Sir, I am in your debt.

    Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff
      Originally posted by John Orquiola
      Once again, Batista is the best part of RAW. Especially when he ping pong bumped himself off of Mark Henry. That was fucking hilarious. Need a gif of that.




      I also need an HD screencap of Batista sitting in the chair thinking. If Rodin were alive, he'd scrap The Thinker and re-sculpt it as Batista.



    (both of these are stolen from DVDVR)

    (edited by Spaceman Spiff on 11.5.10 0942)




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    Originally posted by John Orquiola
    Once again, Batista is the best part of RAW. Especially when he ping pong bumped himself off of Mark Henry. That was fucking hilarious. Need a gif of that.

    I also need an HD screencap of Batista sitting in the chair thinking. If Rodin were alive, he'd scrap The Thinker and re-sculpt it as Batista.


Last night also brought us another great moment in Heel Batista Fashion - when he was backstage, my girlfriend noted he was dressed like a cat burgler for no apparent reason, then we decided he was going to rob some Carnegie-related museum after RAW was over.



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They fought already on WGN America's Superstars show where Jericho won w/ the Codebreaker when Shelton distracted Morrison from the Tron. "Gotcha!"
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