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TONIGHT: Did John Cena retire Batista last night at Over The Limit? When will we see Randy Orton again after his gruesome injury? Why is Jon Lovitz guest hosting? These questions answered (maybe) and more, coming right up…

-WWE Open.

-They showed highlights of the Batista vs. Cena I Quit match from last night.

-Raw Open.

-They panned the crowd in the arena in Toledo, Ohio. Justin Roberts asked the fans to welcome “The Animal” Batista. Batista limped out, his arm in a sling, assisted by referees Goose Mahoney and Rod Vista. Talk about selling a match! Once he got in the ring, he sat in a wheelchair and demanded his spotlight. That never gets old. Batista admitted that he said “I Quit” last night. He only said it because his life was being threatened. He called Cena’s actions “malicious” and is considering filing a lawsuit against him and WWE. This’ll set a dangerous precedent. Oh, and also against every fan in the WWE Universe for cheering what happened to him. Batista said he could stoop to Cena’s level, but he believes in honor. “You suck” chants from the crowd. He told the fans that his injuries may put himself on the shelf for months or years. But he’ll be back, and one way or another, he’ll get a rematch. Justin Roberts interrupted Batista’s promo, which didn’t make Batista happy. Roberts said he was just informed of the new Raw GM: Bret “Hitman” Hart. Thank God it’s not Abraham Washington. That must’ve been a sick joke going around. Bret then came to the ring.

Batista wanted him to leave, but Bret said there’s a new sheriff in town. He plugged the Fatal Four-Way PPV on June 20th and said that if John Cena is still champion, he’ll take on three different competitors, all who will be decided tonight. Bret directed his attention to Batista, saying if he wants a match with Cena, he’ll have to qualify right now. That hardly seems fair. Batista said he was hurt, but Bret said so is his opponent: Randy Orton. Batista said he can’t compete, but Bret said here’s his chance for a rematch, take it or forfeit. Batista said Hart doesn’t have the authority to do that and if he does, he’ll quit the company and the business. Hart then announced that on, account of forfeit, Randy Orton has qualified for the Fatal Four-Way. Bret then left the ring as Batista stomped his foot in anger, the only thing he could do because he was in so much pain. He kept calling for Bret to come back, but Hart just walked to the back. Batista asked the fans if they thought he wouldn’t quit. He yelled at the fans, saying WWE will go bankrupt within a week if he walks away. He got in some other good lines before angrily saying he quits. The fans did a bit of the goodbye song. My audio keeps cutting out for a few seconds every couple minutes. As Batista was being wheeled to the back, Roberts got on the mic and said, “ladies and gentlemen, let’s here it…for Batista!” Cole said that apparently, Batista has quit WWE. Good segment that got a lot across.

[Commercial Break]

-Cole plugged Over the Limit photos on WWE.com.

-The showed Batista quitting again, from the last segment.

-Cole and Lawler talked on camera about Batista’s situation as well as the Fatal Four-Way PPV.

(1) Mark Henry vs. Sheamus- Fatal Four-Way Championship Qualifying Match
I know Henry has had run-ins with Batista, but what has he really done to earn this opportunity? Henry whipped Sheamus into the buckle then bodyslammed him. Sheamus tried to re-group at ringside. He worked over Henry’s arm as he came back into the ring, then he took out Henry’s leg. The announcers were calling attention to Henry’s previously injured shoulder. He wrapped Henry’s arm around the top rope, wrenching that shoulder even further. Henry came back and put his arm around Sheamus’ throat…not sure what they were going for here, but Sheamus dropped Henry almost like a one-arm DDT. Henry came back, throwing his body weight right at Sheamus, then he splashed him for two. Henry missed a corner splash, and Sheamus went to the top. Henry picked him off and pressed him over his head. The shoulder buckled though and Sheamus dropped to his feet, then gave a pump kick to Henry for the three-count.

Winner: Sheamus, at 4:01. Surprised it went that long. Told a fine story, but wasn’t really aesthetically pleasing.

-They showed a graphic of the wrestlers who have qualified for the Fatal Four-Way match for the WWE Title.

-Cole announced that Bret Hart has vacated the US Title because of his being named GM of Raw. Therefore, Miz will take on R-Truth in a U.S. Title match tonight.

[Commercial Break]

-Tonight, we’ll have a Jon Lovitz Superstar Search tonight. Oh God, make it stop.

-Lovitz was on the phone backstage, talking with Mr. McMahon. He asked Mr. McMahon to pay him in stock. Maryse walked in and Lovitz asked if she was the masseuse. She said that she is the premiere WWE Diva. She said she has some hot photos that could win her the Superstar Search. Lovitz asked for a sneak peek, but Maryse wasn’t up for it. Lovitz plugged his new Comedy Club in California. He talked about his new submission move that he has taught Santino, and asked if he could teach it to Maryse. She said no, so he began speaking French to try to change her mind. “And, I have millions of dollars!” That was funny. Maryse said she may be interested, then Lovitz told her he wasn’t. She did a head-bob like she was going to hit him, and he scampered away.

-Edge was trying to convince Bret Hart that he deserved a shot to qualify for the Fatal Four-Way title match. He said he wants a shot at John Cena to qualify. Then Chris Jericho came in, and complained about Batista failing with every opportunity he got. He said he beat Edge at Wrestlemania, and he demanded he be given a qualifying match. Hart decided that it’ll be Jericho vs. Edge vs. Cena tonight, and if either one wins, they’ll qualify. If Cena wins, he’ll find someone else to plug in. Edge said he was a better champion than either Jericho or Hart, and also, he is a better Canadian. He walked away and Jericho gave some advice to Hart: Don’t make an enemy in him, because he’ll make Hart regret his decision. “I look forward to it,” replied Bret.

[Commercial Break]

-The announcers plugged the Triple Threat match tonight between Jericho, Edge and Cena.

(2) Maryse & Alicia Fox vs. Eve Torres & Gail Kim
Fox walked into an elbow by Kim in the corner. Hurricanrana by Kim, then a shot to the mid-section of Fox. Gail fought off Maryse, but she made a blind tag on a Kim pin attempt to take control. Back-breaker from Maryse. Maryse missed a cheap shot on Eve, allowing Kim to make the tag. One legged dropkicks and bad ones at that from Eve. Neck-breaker followed that up for two. Standing moonsault by the champ, but Fox broke up the pin. Kim knocked her on her keister, but Fox booted Eve in the face while the ref admonished Kim. DDT by Maryse for the pin on Eve.

Winners: Fox and Maryse, at 2:04. Nothing special.

-They showed how Bret Hart won the U.S. Title on Raw last week.

-A split-screen showed Miz and Truth walking backstage. The U.S. Title match is next.

[Commercial Break]

(3) R-Truth vs. The Miz- United States Championship Match
Miz did some mic work on his way to the ring, saying he’d walk out as US Champion, since he got screwed out of it in the first place. The Michael Cole word of the night: “abdicate.” Truth avoided a right hand and flew at Miz. Roll-up from Truth for two. Miz went to ringside to recover. They went to break about a minute in.

[Commercial Break]

Miz was working over Truth outside the ring, working on the left arm, ramming him into the apron. Back in the ring, he hooked the leg and got a two-count. Truth made a comeback but got kicked in the gut and Miz did the single-arm DDT for a near-fall. They already did the “work the arm” spots in the first match. Truth tried to come back with rights, but Miz went back to the shoulder. Truth got hung up in the tree of woe, and Miz had some fun with him. Truth countered from the position of being hung upside down (with a wheel barrow) and was able to free himself to get a cover of two. Missile dropkick off the second rope from Truth for a two-count. Truth planted Miz face-first into the mat, but again only got two. Truth went to the top again, landed a flying body press but Miz rolled through for two. Back-breaker into a backslide attempt, but Truth got a back-slide of his own for two. Inside cradle for two. Miz missed a charge and Truth missed a scissors kick. Miz missed a clothesline and Truth came off the ropes with the Lie Detector to pick up his first major singles championship in WWE.

Winner: R-Truth, at 10:07. Match picked up nicely as it went along.

They showed Truth celebrating with the belt as he went up the ramp.

-Cole and Lawler talked about the opening segment, and they showed some clips of it.

-There’s one spot left in the Fatal Four-Way WWE Title match at the next PPV. We’ll found out who it is later tonight, via a Triple-Threat main event.

-Josh Mathews was joined backstage by a happy John Cena. Cena said he felt good after last night, having ridded himself of Batista. However, his night was ruined by Sheamus kicking him in the head. He called Sheamus Beaker from the Muppets and said he did what he did because of the WWE Championship. He really put over the belt here and said the toughest part was keeping the title. He said the person who takes the title is going to earn it; he’s tired of accepting challenges, he’s going to make them now. Cena told everyone that he’s going to rain down punishment on anyone who looks like a threat. He said he’s done playing nice and said the “C Nation” is here. Isn’t it the Cena Nation? He was pronouncing it funny during that interview.

[Commercial Break]

-Justin Roberts introduced Jon Lovitz, accompanied by the Bella Twins. They took a seat at the table in the ring. This is the same thing the Osbournes did, it would appear. Lovitz said they’d be doing a WWE Superstar Talent Show, looking for secret talents of superstars. He said the Bellas are his advisors and new girlfriends. “I’ll tell you about it later,” he told them. He said right now, he has more power than the announcers, referees, and Mr. McMahon. There was a buzzer in front of Lovitz and he said he’s buzz them if they stunk. First, singing “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” The Great Khali and Ranjin Singh. They came out in tuxedos and a top hat. They stunk. Like Jillian Hall bad. They got through a decent part of it, but Lovitz buzzed them.

He asked the crowd what they thought, and they booed. Lovitz said he’s been in show business for 25 years and the worst thing he’s seen was Rosie O’Donnell naked while filming “A League of Their Own.” Jillian Hall was next, and she walked out onto the stage, only to be buzzed by Lovitz before she could even sing. Lovitz got up and said this is a waste of time, and for the real talent, he should look to the audience. I didn’t think this could get worse, but this could. He polled the crowd and said he was looking for Jerry Lawler-like charisma. Good promo skills from Lovitz here, but this went on too long. He picked an obvious plant in the front row, who was wearing a Santino t-shirt. The dude’s name was Joe. He said he could pull his eye out of his face. Lovitz didn’t believe him, but let him try. He false-started the first time and dug into his pockets. He had to wet the eye a little, then he pulled it out. Gross. Ted DiBiase’s music interrupted, and he walked out with Virgil.

“He must be good, he’s got a belt,” said Lovitz. “It’s the Million Dollar Title, not a belt,” said Cole on commentary. DiBiase went up to the guy and said he wanted the eyeball. He asked how much. The guy said he can’t sell him the eyeball. Virgil pulled out some cash and DiBiase said if he doesn’t give it to him, he’ll beat him up in front of the people and take the eye. “Who is this guy?” asked Lovitz. Then Santino walked out. Marella said he has been practicing Lovitz’s finisher all day long and told DiBiase that if he didn’t leave the Cyclops boy alone, he’d apply the move to Virgil. Lovitz said the move takes years to master and Santino can’t joke around with it. He put it on Virgil and Virgil fell to the mat as soon as he touched him. He tried putting it on DiBiase, but he wasn’t applying it correctly. DiBiase gave Dream Street to Marella and Lovitz said DiBiase won the contest. Lovitz plugged his comedy club one more time. Terribly long, but at least Lovitz was tolerable.

[Commercial Break]

-The announcers talked about The Undertaker returning to Smackdown this coming week, then they talked about the Fatal Four-Way match next month, and showed highlights of Sheamus vs. Henry from earlier.

(4) The Hart Dynasty vs. Vladimir Kozlov & William Regal
Cole said this match came about due to Kozlov and Regal interfering in the US Title match last week. Regal tagged out quickly and Kozlov slammed Kidd. Kidd fought away from Kozlov’s shoulder, then kicked Kozlov in the head and tagged David Hart Smith. No heat for this one. He got Kozlov up to powerslam him, but couldn’t. Headbutt to the chest, but Regal missed the running knee. Kidd with an ugly Hart Attack for the win.

Winners: Hart Dynasty, at 1:20.

After the match, the Harts were attacked by the debuting Uso Brothers, Jimmy and Jules, and Jimmy Snuka’s daughter. They set all three Dynasty members up and hit splashes off the top rope onto them. The Usos are the sons of Rikishi.

-They plugged the Triple-Threat main event, not spending a lot of time dwelling on the attack.

[Commercial Break]

-Josh Mathews was backstage with the final four contests on NXT. He asked who should be eliminated. Justin Gabriel said Heath Slater, as did Wade Barrett. Slater said he wasn’t going anywhere and he insulted the three left, saying the “C-List” David Otunga should be kicked out. Otunga said Slater should be the one. The two had a war of words to end the segment.

-Lawler talked about how exciting tomorrow night will be, and Lawler called him out for not mentioning the attack of Daniel Bryan on NXT, so they showed a highlight of it. Cole said he’s been doing his job all week, but it’s been rough. He talked about the stress he’s gone through and tomorrow night on NXT, he’s going to call Daniel Bryan out for a public apology. And if he doesn’t do it, he’ll sue him.

-Backstage, Edge was getting ready for his match when Jericho walked in. Jericho said they both know Cena is hurt, and that he’s the weak link in the match tonight. They agreed it’d be a race to see who can pin Cena the quickest. Edge had a change of heart and said maybe he won’t pin Cena, maybe he’ll beat Jericho.

-John Cena was walking backstage, heading to Gorilla Position for the Triple-Threat match, which is next.

[Commercial Break]

-Next week’s guest host is actor Ashton Kutcher.

(5) John Cena vs. Edge vs. Chris Jericho- Triple-Threat Fatal-Four Way Championship Qualifying Match
Cena clotheslined Edge over the top rope, allowing Jericho to try for an early Walls of Jericho. Instead, Cena threw Jericho over the top rope. They went to break at :50 of the match.

[Commercial Break]

Cena was in a bad way when they came back, with Edge and Jericho working him over. Edge rolled Jericho up for two. Edge was back-dropped over the top and once again it was Jericho vs. Cena. Jericho put his boot right in Cena’s throat in the corner. Suplex by Jericho for only two. Cena fought out of a chinlock by getting Jericho up for the Attitude Adjustment, but Jericho turned it into a DDT. Cena made his comeback and was supposed to drop Jericho on his feet with the Attitude Adjustment because Edge was coming, but Jericho fell back. Edge speared Jericho, who wasn’t even really on his feet. STF on Edge, but Jercho applied the Walls to Cena while he had Edge in it. Walls for Edge, but Cena bulldogged Jericho. Jericho up for the A.A, but Edge speared Cena and all three men were down. A couple pinfalls were traded, but Jericho got leveled with a clothesline. Edge shoved Cena into a Jericho Codebreaker, but Jericho got speared before he could make the cover, allowing Edge to pick up the win.

Winner: Edge, at 10:23.

As Cena tried to recover, Sheamus walked out. He seemed content to just stare at Cena half-way down the ramp. But then Randy Orton walked out, showing no signs of injury. The men were staggered down the ramp and to the ring, all giving each other suspicious looks. That’s how the show ended.
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The best match was R-Truth and Miz as that was a solid match.

I do like The Miz more but I was also glad to R-Truth pick up a belt in the WWE and hopefully now, the US title will be defended once again.

What a relief.....Bret Hart comes out as GM and not some of the rumors of Abraham Washington. Abraham Washington being GM would have been nearly as bad as most of the guest hosts (well, maybe not but it still would have been pretty bad).

The other good match was the triple threat and I liked how Jericho had Cena in the Walls while Cena had the STF on Edge.

Oh and the Uso Brothers looked like the Headshrinkers but a lot skinnier....this should add some needed flavor to the tag division.

Overall, Raw had its lazy moments with some of the matches but the triple threat and the US title match definitely helped Raw being totally boring.
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Hypothetical question based on the triple threat. A cut on Cena's forehead opened up a bit; with the WWE's new blood rules, would a triple threat -- or perhaps a Fatal Fourway -- match be completely stopped due to blood, or perhaps would just *that one wrestler* be unable to compete due to the blood? Might be interesting if the match goes on but without the bleeding wrestler.
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It's "Cenation".

Main event got a little sloppy in spots. Guys were taking legit beatings - Cena hit his head hard during the Attitude Adjustment->DDT spot, Jericho landed awkwardly after flipping out of another AA, and then Jericho hit his head hard when Edge Speared the Jericho-carrying Cena.



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    Originally posted by geemoney
    (Lovitz) talked about his new submission move that he has taught Santino, and asked if he could teach it to Maryse. She said no, so he began speaking French to try to change her mind. “And, I have millions of dollars!” That was funny. Maryse said she may be interested, then Lovitz told her he wasn’t.


Wish he would've struck a Master Thespian pose there and yelled "ACTING!"







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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.22
    Originally posted by Hokienautic
    Hypothetical question based on the triple threat. A cut on Cena's forehead opened up a bit; with the WWE's new blood rules, would a triple threat -- or perhaps a Fatal Fourway -- match be completely stopped due to blood, or perhaps would just *that one wrestler* be unable to compete due to the blood? Might be interesting if the match goes on but without the bleeding wrestler.


I would guess that they would throw the bleeding wrestler out of the ring onto the floor, enabling the medical staff to close the cut.



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    Originally posted by geemoney



    After the match, the Harts were attacked by the debuting Uso Brothers, Jimmy and Jules, and Jimmy Snuka’s daughter. They set all three Dynasty members up and hit splashes off the top rope onto them. The Usos are the sons of Rikishi.




I was laughing so hard when one of the brothers nearly fell off the top rope to the floor.

I hope this does mean they are trying to make a serious push at making a real tag team division with teams and not just two wrestlers paired up because the writers have nothing for them to do.



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Damn, now Snuka's daughter gets a company run. I wish Jimmy adopted me somehow. I was just thinking about how I've never seen a female Samoan wrestler before and also wondered how long it would be before we saw any Samoans in the WWE again.
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It's a shame Batista's leaving, because right up until the last second he was on TV he was AWESOME. (And Randy Orton didn't even *look* injured by comparison. )

R-Truth/Miz was an OK match, but R-Truth as US Champion is lame. Miz is so good as the cocky champ, and I can't take R-Truth seriously as a wrestler when he's got all that shit in his face. And do you think MVP is thinking "why wasn't that ME"?

I actually liked the Cena interview. He could use a little bit of a Stone Cold-ish swagger for a while.

Seeing William Regal as a JTTS in a two-minute squash to the tag champs makes me sad. Of course, that was canceled out when the one dude almost fell off the top. I loved the crowd's reaction to that.

I thought the main event was good. It wasn't a foregone conclusion that Edge would win, and they had some pretty nifty spots. The "have four guys stare at each other"-ending was right out of 1993, though. We *know* those guys are in the main event, WWE.



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Whatever happened to that guy with the long hair and crazy coats? Remember him? Did a lot of flippy moves? Was over with the crowd and poised to move into the main event? Why is he not on my TV, but a random dude in a Santino t-shirt pulling a rubber eyeball out of his face is?



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I think JoMo hurt his ankle at one of the Canadian house shows.

Truth is, Truth is a pretty underrated worker because people just think of hearing the song over and over again. His match with Miz was really good and he's had some Quality Bouts in long matches on Superstars, including a near-four star match with Dolph Ziggler.

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    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    I think JoMo hurt his ankle at one of the Canadian house shows.

    Truth is, Truth is a pretty underrated worker because people just think of hearing the song over and over again. His match with Miz was really good and he's had some Quality Bouts in long matches on Superstars, including a near-four star match with Dolph Ziggler.

    (edited by JustinShapiro on 25.5.10 1520)


Ahh I hadn't heard that...makes sense. I was hoping Morrison wasn't lost in the shuffle following the Draft, as it appears that some SD! star does every year.

And yeah, R-Truth is always a very solid and entertaining worker in the ring...I usually enjoy his matches, despite how many times I've heard that his claim to fame is to be one of the baddest young brothers to set foot in the game, and he hasn't even started yet...

Also if they put the belt right back on Miz, then what was the point of losing it to Bret after all?

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    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    I think JoMo hurt his ankle at one of the Canadian house shows.

    Truth is, Truth is a pretty underrated worker because people just think of hearing the song over and over again. His match with Miz was really good and he's had some Quality Bouts in long matches on Superstars, including a near-four star match with Dolph Ziggler.

    (edited by JustinShapiro on 25.5.10 1520)


That was a pretty great match but I felt it ended kind of suddendly because of that weak finisher. A flying forearm with some stank on it? It felt more like a signature move than a finishing move and a bit underwhelming , like if Cena pinned someone after the five-knuckle shuffle, or MVP's Ballin'.





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    Originally posted by odessasteps
      Originally posted by Hokienautic
      Hypothetical question based on the triple threat. A cut on Cena's forehead opened up a bit; with the WWE's new blood rules, would a triple threat -- or perhaps a Fatal Fourway -- match be completely stopped due to blood, or perhaps would just *that one wrestler* be unable to compete due to the blood? Might be interesting if the match goes on but without the bleeding wrestler.


    I would guess that they would throw the bleeding wrestler out of the ring onto the floor, enabling the medical staff to close the cut.


Yeah, but I was thinking more as a plot device -- such as a champ losing his belt due to this blood rule because there was a pinfall while he was out of the match.
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    Originally posted by Hokienautic
      Originally posted by odessasteps
        Originally posted by Hokienautic
        Hypothetical question based on the triple threat. A cut on Cena's forehead opened up a bit; with the WWE's new blood rules, would a triple threat -- or perhaps a Fatal Fourway -- match be completely stopped due to blood, or perhaps would just *that one wrestler* be unable to compete due to the blood? Might be interesting if the match goes on but without the bleeding wrestler.


      I would guess that they would throw the bleeding wrestler out of the ring onto the floor, enabling the medical staff to close the cut.


    Yeah, but I was thinking more as a plot device -- such as a champ losing his belt due to this blood rule because there was a pinfall while he was out of the match.


This would be pretty clever, except I'd guess that WWE wouldn't want any extra attention focused on their asinine 'no blood' rule.
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I tell you what. That splash by Snuka's daughter was incredible. Go look at a replay of it on youtube, I've never seen a woman get that kind of height on a top rope splash. Hopefully they will give the Samoans a real push, and stop politically correct BS and let them have the hard head gimmick back also.

Looks like Orton will be fine by the next PPV.

Batista did the right thing, helping put over Cena and somewhat helping to put over Sheamus. A sign of a true professional, give back to the sport. Hopefully, he'll be back, he was more over as a heel than anytime in his career.
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