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TONIGHT: It’s another taped Raw tonight (also, unofficially, the 900th episode), as the crew is on another overseas tour. No spoilers for me, but WWE.com says The Miz will face John Cena in a one-on-one match. Other than that, you can bet nothing big will happen tonight.

-WWE Open.

-Highlights aired of Nexus-related stuff from last Monday’s Raw. An extended highlight package, too.

-RAW Open.

-Right to the ring we went, where Justin Roberts introduced Sheamus, who walked to the squared circle with a purpose. They showed Randy Orton’s attack on Sheamus from last week during the Irishman’s entrance. Sheamus immediately pointed out all the “spoiled runts” in the crowd. He went and scolded a girl at ringside, accusing her of not lifting a finger around the house, and another of crying until her dad gave her what she wanted. He went to a boy and said something about him eating all the pies and saying he didn’t deserve to have a ticket to watch him. Back in the ring, Sheamus compared Orton to these kids as he ran down a list of what Orton did to him last week. He reminded everyone, after an RKO chant, that he was champion, not Orton. He said he and the General Manager haven’t been on the same page, but at Night of Champions, he urged the GM not to give in to the spoiled child that is Orton. He said Orton should be put in prison for his attack and at the least, shouldn’t get a title opportunity. Right on cue, the GM sent an e-mail.

Michael Cole read it, and apparently, the GM has no problem with Sheamus. He said Sheamus should be rewarded for retaining the title. Then, he asked some guys backstage to bring out a throne. They did so, and put it on the stage. The GM said he won’t decide the next challenger…Sheamus will. There will be a series of matches tonight, and whoever impresses Sheamus the most will face him at Night of Champions. He will announce his decision at the end of the night. Sheamus said he’d really enjoy himself tonight. Oh, and the first of the matches begins…now. Edge’s music hit and he came out. He has to impress the champion in a match next.

[Commercial Break]

(1) Edge vs. R-Truth
Headscissors take-over by R-Truth, then he clotheslined Edge over the top rope and to the floor. He went flying over the top, but nobody was home as Edge moved out of the way and Truth crashed and burned. Edge tossed Truth back-first into the barricade. Back in the ring, boot to the head by Edge. Cross-body onto the back of Truth as he was draped over the middle rope. Truth fought out of a rest-hold but he and Edge collided in the middle of the ring as both men went for the same cross-body block. Truth was on offense with a few clotheslines, but was put down with an Edge-O-Matic. Edge set up for the Spear, but Truth avoided it. Axe kick missed and Edge hit a Spear from a shorter distance, but it got him the win anyway.

Winner: Edge, at 4:22. OK TV match. Crowd wasn’t into Truth’s comeback, though.

Edge got the mic after the match and addressed Sheamus, saying that until he beat a nine-time champion, the man who led Team WWE to victory at Summerslam, Edge, he hasn’t beaten anybody. He got right in Sheamus’ face with that line.

-Tonight, John Cena faces The Miz in the Raw main event.

-They showed Cody Rhodes on the set of Warehouse 13 on the SyFy Channel. It airs tomorrow night.

[Commercial Break]

-They showed the press WWE got for being in China for the first time this past weekend.

-Sheamus was shown on his throne atop the stage.

(2) The Great Khali vs. Chris Jericho
Jericho for some reason felt the need to slap Khali at the outset. Khali caught a second punch and lifted Jericho into the air by the arm. Hard slap to the chest in the corner by the big man. Forearm to the head as Jericho was coming off the ropes. Legdrop by Khali missed and Jericho went to work on the leg/knee. Jericho went to the ground to work the leg, but the lanky Khali broke it with a shot to Jericho’s chest. That didn’t stop Jericho for long, however. He went for the Walls, but Khali reached up and locked in the Vice Grip. They were close enough to the ropes to squirm out of the ring. Back in, he went to work on the leg again. Codebreaker, but he was caught and slammed. Clotheslines, two to be specific, and a bodyslam on Jericho. Running big boot missed and Jericho took out the knee. He again tried the Walls and after a while, he did lock it in. Khali stayed with it, but ended up tapping out.

Winner: Jericho, at 3:57. Actually a watchable Khali match, thanks in large part to Jericho of course.

Jericho grabbed a mic and said he hoped Sheamus wasn’t taking what Edge said to heart. He reminded Sheamus that he was the first Undisputed Champion in history, and Edge is certainly not the best in the world at what he does. He said it was axiomatic that Sheamus would choose Jericho to face at Night of Champions. He stood on the middle rope as he said this, but by this time, Khali had reached his feet. He went over to Jericho and slapped him in the chest, knocking Jericho to the floor.

-They aired clips of The Miz and Alex Riley costing Daniel Bryan his match against Michael Tarver last week, as well as the post-match happenings.

-Josh Mathews was backstage with John Cena. Cena defended his decision to pick Daniel Bryan over The Miz at Summerslam and said in fact, Miz almost cost them the match. He said Miz has an attitude problem and tonight, he shuts it with an Attitude Adjustment.

[Commercial Break]

-Jillian was in the ring, claiming she’s been Women’s Champion before, and she’d be one again tonight. She started singing “I’m Not Afraid,” but Melina’s music interrupted.

(3) Jillian vs. Melina – Divas Championship Match
Melina bopped Jillian in the head with one of her leg’s as she had her in a headscissors. Melina showed off her flexibility, but missed a double-knee to the back. Jillian used the tried-and-true pulling of the hair as Michael Cole had a great quote: “King, I’m excited…as Jillian goes for a cover here…” He was starting to say he was excited about the 900th episode but had a poor transition into the pinning predicament. Jillian stood on Melina’s back, but Melina countered another move that looked pretty ugly. Face-plant by Melina. That got a two-count. Last Call by Melina for the win.

Winner: Melina, at 2:38. Melina has her moments in the ring, but other times she’s not so good. This was a mixed bag.

On the Titan-Tron were LayCool. They got Melina’s attention but McCool said next week they’ll be at Raw for the 900th episode of Raw. And they’ll be there with an offer that Melina won’t be able to refuse.

-Cole and Lawler reacted to the announcement on camera, then sent it to Mathews backstage, where he was with the Miz. Mathews asked Miz to respond to Cena’s earlier comments. Miz countered Cena’s comments saying Cena put Team WWE at risk by picking Bryan over him. He then went after Cena’s ego, saying Cena tried to embarrass him in front of the entire world. He said he’d beat Cena tonight to show John his actions have consequences. As for Sheamus…Miz didn’t expect the champ to pick him, but it doesn’t really matter, since HE can pick Sheamus, anytime and anywhere he wants because of the briefcase.

[Commercial Break]

-Sheamus was again on the throne. I didn’t notice if he stayed out there for the Women’s Match. Anyway, Wade Barrett and Nexus walked out, Barrett with a microphone. “What do I owe the honor?” asked Sheamus. The GM sent in an e-mail before Barrett could answer. The GM said Nexus impressed him last week, and the ban on competing for title shots was summarily lifted. Barrett then walked over to Sheamus, who stood up and looked a bit worried. “Consider our truce…over,” remarked Barrett.

-Miz and John Cena were shown walking backstage in a split-screen. The match is next. I guess it isn’t the main event then.

[Commercial Break]

(4) The Miz vs. John Cena
Kick to the gut, punch to the head gave Miz the early advantage. Lawler finally brought up the point that Sheamus won’t likely pick whoever impresses him the most tonight, because it would be to his detriment to do so. Cena fired back, but it didn’t last long because his shoulder met the steel ring post. Back suplex by Miz. Again Cena whipped Miz into the corner, with more success this time after a suplex and a two-count. He put his head down though and Miz saw fit to kick him. Cole admitted that no one calls him or texts him. Wow, what a cool guy. Some cheating by Miz as he went after the million dollar face of Cena. Big legdrop for a two-count. Cena did his ridiculous flip/face-plant on The Miz, then went to the top rope via the outside. Looked like he was going to go for the Sicilian Slice, but Miz knocked him off the top and to the floor. Guess what it’s time for?

[Commercial Break]

Miz had Cena in a rest-hold, but Cena got out of it by backing Miz into the corner. Miz then shrugged off another facebuster and caught Cena with a boot to the face for two. Miz catapulted Cena throat-first under the bottom rope. Cena was sized up by Miz for a corner clothesline, and the MITB briefcase holder connected. Another pin, again only two. He foolishly tried another one (that never works!) and ended up crotched in the middle turnbuckle. Cena made his standard comeback and got out of the Attitude Adjustment with a back-breaker neck-breaker combo for a very near fall. He positioned Cena for the Skull Crushing Finale, but Cena battled out and locked in the STF. Miz got to the bottom rope to break the hold. Both men got to a vertical base and Cena went running at Miz, who got a boot up. Another two-count ensued. The Skull Crushing Finale was countered, as was the Attitude Adjustment, and Miz ended up on the apron, then the floor. Daniel Bryan ran out and attacked Miz from behind, drawing a DQ. Bryan threw Miz into the ring, where Cena hit the Attitude Adjustment.

Winner: Miz, via DQ, at 13:03. Shows just how far Miz has climbed in the last year or even half-year. He got in most of the offense here and didn’t lose cleanly, or even lose at all to Cena.

Cena left the prone Miz to Bryan, who ran in and locked Miz in the Crossface. A number of referees came out to break it up.

-A Triple-Threat Match for Sheamus’ attention is still to come: Randy Orton vs. John Morrison vs. Ted DiBiase.

[Commercial Break]

(5) Vladimir Kozlov & Santino Marella vs. Jimmy & Jey Uso
I don’t get why they settled on WWE Tag Team Championship for the titles. Couldn’t they have called it the WWE World Tag Team Championships, so it sounds more prestigious? Jimmy hammered away on Santino quickly before tagging Jey, who landed a flying clothesline on his opposition. Bodyslam with authority. Jimmy tagged back in and ran into a hip-toss. Front face-lock by Jimmy, trying to keep him from tagging Kozlov. Vlad even got a “Santino” chant started. He wasn’t grabbing the tag rope, and Jimmy cheap-shotted him. Santino finally made the tag and headbutted Jey. Kick to the chest, then a powerslam in which Vlad was stumbling all the way. Jimmy broke up a pin and Santino sent him to ringside. Kick to the gut by Jey, but Vlad caught a superkick from him and he got planted with Kozlov’s finisher.

Winners: Kozlov and Santino, at 3:00.

Santino was about to get attacked by Jimmy after the match on the outside, but Tamina stopped him. She picked Santino up by the face and allowed him to walk away with no further damage done. As she walked away, she blew a kiss to Santino, who accepted it, with quizzical look on his face.

-WWE Classics On Demand was from August 28, 1986, The Big Event, from Toronto, Canada.

-Sheamus was not in his throne as it was shown, but he has one more match to watch: Randy Orton vs. Ted DiBiase vs. John Morrison, and that one is next.

[Commercial Break]

-Sheamus was back in his throne, readying for his next match. Maybe he had to visit another kind of throne during the last match.

-The three competitors for the next match made their entrances. Match is on the other side of the break.

[Commercial Break]

(6) Ted DiBiase vs. John Morrison vs. Randy Orton
Sheamus did not stick around to watch the match, getting out of his throne and heading to the back as the match began. Orton went to work in the early part and both DiBiase and Morrison ended up outside the ring. Morrison got the better of Orton back in for a few seconds, until DiBise came to. It was his time to get offense in on Orton. Orton fired back with rights and DiBiase did his slingshot clothesline thing, then gave a neck-breaker to Morrison (by using the knee) for two. Jaw-breaker by Morrison on DiBiase, but Orton put DiBiase down and scoop slammed Morrison and DiBiase. Rope-assisted DDT on DiBiase was set up. Flash Kick (formerly the Flying Chuck) by Morrison missed as Orton ducked, and Orton connected on the DDT. RKO was countered by DiBiase, into a kick from Morrison. DiBiase low-bridged Morrison and went for Dream Street on Orton. Orton rolled through it and Morrison was caught mid-air with an RKO.

Winner: Orton, at 4:45. Kinda wish this one got more time.

Orton’s old running mate was given an RKO for good measure after the match.

-Mathews was backstage with Sheamus, who said he didn’t need to see Orton, as he had already made his decision. He said he’d be going to the ring to announce it next.

[Commercial Break]

-Sheamus was in the ring, presumably with his decision. He said that he’s still a Warrior, despite what happened last week. More specifically, a Celtic Warrior. He said he had a huge announcement and said he wasn’t going to wait until Night of Champions to defend his title, he was going to do it right now. He asked for a referee. Sheamus said he has seen a lot of great competitors tonight, worthy of a championship match. Sheamus said he was given the opportunity to win a Championship and despite what he’s seen tonight, he was going to come from left field, giving the shot to someone who has never gotten a title opportunity before. Is it Little Evan Bourne? Nope, Zack Ryder. Sheamus smiled as he said it. Ryder came out grinning and had a mic. Ryder said he appreciates the offer, but Sheamus made a big mistake because he’s going to be the next champion.

(7) Sheamus vs. Zack Ryder – WWE Championship Match
Sheamus immediately caught Ryder with a Brogue Kick and made the pin.

Winner: Sheamus, at :13.

Sheamus got on the mic again and said because of WWE’s rules and regulations, he doesn’t have to defend his belt for another 30 days, so he’s taking the night off at Night of Champions. Wade Barrett came to the ring to the Nexus theme and said that Sheamus is right, he doesn’t have to defend the belt for 30 days. But Barrett reminded Sheamus he won Season One of Nexus, and that means he gets a title shot at a PPV of his choice. And he’s choosing Night of Champions for the time and place. The GM chimed in and Cole read the e-mail. He/She upheld Barrett’s request and said Sheamus would defend against Barrett at Night of Champions. But…that’s not all. The e-mail read that Sheamus spoke of opportunity, and the GM is giving an opportunity to Barrett…and four others. It’ll be a Six-Pack Challenge match that will also include Chris Jericho, Randy Orton, Edge, and John Cena. Each man made a full entrance after their name was called. Everybody stared at Sheamus, so he threw Barrett, who was standing behind him, in front of him. The guys then all stared at Barrett, knowing what he’s done to them in the past. Barrett tried to talk his way out, but it didn’t work. All five men attacked Barrett, and Sheamus threw him out of the ring. Then Sheamus walked into a Codebreaker. Jericho turned around and got Speared. Attitude Adjustment for Edge and and RKO for Cena. Orton’s music played and he posed on the middle rope as the show ended.
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Well, we already know Jericho's not gonna win the Six-Pack Challenge match because I swear he must have it in his contract that he's never allowed to get a win over Cena, so...



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H. yes Ryder main events Raw. Josh Mathews' prophecy has come true.

Well Wade had that one coming. Who had the balls to suggest a six-way weeks after Fatal Fourway did like the second lowest buyrate in modern WWE history?

This was kind of a dummy week with the advancing tapings, so next week should give us a better idea of just how dead Nexus is or isn't. They'll address the loss of Young and Sheffield and the finale of NXT is the next day. Maybe since it's the 900th episode Nexus will do something big. Or maybe since it's the 900th episode they'll get lost in the shuffle.

JoMo beard + a few jobs in a row = turn? or just the typical hot/cold Morrison schizophrenia? Evan Bourne wishes they were that schizophrenic about him.

I'm waiting all the way until the one year anniversary in December to commemorate just how wrong I was about Sheamus being undeserving of the big push. Although he really didn't need to get the belt then at that point, in all honestly.
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    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    Evan Bourne wishes they were that schizophrenic about him.


No doubt. I figured with the theme of "impress the champ" Evan would go out there and bump like crazy and get killed, then lose, only to have Sheamus pick him because he's been so sucky (won/loss-wise) lately. I think my idea was better.

Having said that, I hope Sheamus is the WWE champion forever. He is in ridiculously good form and with all of the other guys chasing him the WWE is better off. And I hope there is someone with a sign next week reading "I ate all the pies." (Disclaimer: I hope the Miz wins the title fairly soon. Otherwise - Sheamus FOREVER.)


    Who had the balls to suggest a six-way weeks after Fatal Fourway did like the second lowest buyrate in modern WWE history?


Part of me believes they came up with that backstage during the Nexus' confrontation of Sheamus. The Wade Barrett/Sheamus interaction just confused the WWE Universe, to the point where the non-reaction was kind of uncomfortable. I especially think the six-way is an odd choice given that six dudes in a match together = Elimination Chamber.

And while I thought the "everybody hit their finisher"-finish was super-lame, I was fascinated with Randy getting the RKO to finish off Cena instead of Cena getting the big pop at the end. I mean, I know they've been building on it and Randy's been super-hot the last couple weeks (like, REALLY hot...Goldberg-during-the-streak hot) but it was still (pleasantly) surprising to me that Randy got the big moment at the end over Cena.



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Wow, they put The Miz over huge tonight. I mean, he countered the hold formerly known as the FU, then broke the STF and won the match over Cena (by DQ). Not bad, if you think about their early matches against each other, where The Miz didn't exactly look great.
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.75
    Originally posted by Tyler Durden
    Wow, they put The Miz over huge tonight. I mean, he countered the hold formerly known as the FU, then broke the STF and won the match over Cena (by DQ). Not bad, if you think about their early matches against each other, where The Miz didn't exactly look great.


What do you mean? The Miz started out 3-0 over John Cena!
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Oh, Edge, that was the Worst. Spear. Ever. I hope it's excused later when you say you wanted to go easy on your recently re-established partner.

I'm the Miz, and I'm ORANGE. Also, he likes to kick Cena in the face. It was a fine nontitle match, and I enjoyed the Crossface variant afterward. I worry that Miz has too much going on: US belt, MITB case, NXT rookie, and a feud with Bryan. Spread the wealth on the midcarders, WWE.

Melina's screaming made me change back to MNF. I didn't miss that at all. Sheamus's scheme was nice, and I applaud his cheek (and by that I mean "temerity").

I continue to suspect Lawler is the GM. Who else has a throne at the ready to hand to the champ?

Orton's body movement is bizarre. He rattles his shoulders and throws his hands around like Frankenstein's monster. And yet he is crazy over. As long as he busts out the RKO in novel situations, that pop is kinda deserved.



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    Originally posted by Matt Tracker

    I continue to suspect Lawler is the GM. Who else has a throne at the ready to hand to the champ?


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    Originally posted by 2P4E
      Originally posted by Matt Tracker

      I continue to suspect Lawler is the GM. Who else has a throne at the ready to hand to the champ?


    King Regal


True, but the GM replaced Bret last week by saying he hated Bret and didn't want to see him wrestle again. Lawler and Hart had a nice blood feud way back. I would hope Regal would get himself some better RAW positioning if he was GM.

This isn't my lead-pipe lock pick, but it's my pet suspicion.





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    Originally posted by Hokienautic
      Originally posted by Tyler Durden
      Wow, they put The Miz over huge tonight. I mean, he countered the hold formerly known as the FU, then broke the STF and won the match over Cena (by DQ). Not bad, if you think about their early matches against each other, where The Miz didn't exactly look great.


    What do you mean? The Miz started out 3-0 over John Cena!


Yeah, right, I know, but he never dominated a match against Cena like he did last night. Instead he used to look like a joke in his matches against him.
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.75
    Originally posted by Tyler Durden
      Originally posted by Hokienautic
        Originally posted by Tyler Durden
        Wow, they put The Miz over huge tonight. I mean, he countered the hold formerly known as the FU, then broke the STF and won the match over Cena (by DQ). Not bad, if you think about their early matches against each other, where The Miz didn't exactly look great.


      What do you mean? The Miz started out 3-0 over John Cena!


    Yeah, right, I know, but he never dominated a match against Cena like he did last night. Instead he used to look like a joke in his matches against him.


I was just kidding, of course. But how funny would it be to hear The Miz next week say something like, "I was 3-0 to start my career against John Cena, and if you take out the ones before last night, I'm now 4-0 against Cena. So a little punk like Daniel Bryan will be no problem!"
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    Originally posted by Matt Tracker
    Orton's body movement is bizarre. He rattles his shoulders and throws his hands around like Frankenstein's monster.
If you watch a lot of his older stuff, he is completely different. He was more human and likeable (to me anyways).
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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.98
    Originally posted by Broncolanche
      Originally posted by Matt Tracker
      Orton's body movement is bizarre. He rattles his shoulders and throws his hands around like Frankenstein's monster.
    If you watch a lot of his older stuff, he is completely different. He was more human and likeable (to me anyways).


And I think that's the point. He's going for some degree of inhuman. Possibly referring to the voices in his head, he's acting disjointed and beset. But it's weak bad pantomime. is this how vipers would behave if they had arms? Would they clutch their skulls and pound the ground?



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Yeah, I've pretty much done a 180 on Orton. I loved him as a heel but can't really stand him as a face, mainly due to the way his turn came about.
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    Originally posted by Matt Tracker
    I continue to suspect Lawler is the GM. Who else has a throne at the ready to hand to the champ


They should just cut to Lawler, who is frantically typing away on an iPhone right before Cole reads another message.

"Watch me screw with Cole, again!"

I second the adoration of Shaemus as champion. He has really grown on me; I loved his facial expressions right after Barrett mentioned that the truce was off.

Is it totally wrong that I absolutely agree with Cole on everything he says about The Truth (is that his name now? Gosh, I don't even remember).

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Also, I've never noticed this on other Raws, but last night, after Cole received the very first e-mail, he announced: "I've received ANOTHER e-mail from the GM!" Last night's Raw was taped, so was this a gaffe cuz he was used to getting e-mails that night, or does he start out every first Raw GM e-mail like that? Anyone got the tape?
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Sheamus took a piss break during the diva's match, which was good for a chuckle around here. We'd been wondering if he'd have to stay out there for the whole show!

I'm loving his promos these days -- he's both heelishly obnoxious and darn funny, and somehow that Irish accent raises it to another level. "Who ate all the pies?" is a British football chant that gets aimed at any player who's put on weight, AFAIK.
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    Originally posted by Madame Manga
    Sheamus took a piss break during the diva's match, which was good for a chuckle around here. We'd been wondering if he'd have to stay out there for the whole show!

    I'm loving his promos these days -- he's both heelishly obnoxious and darn funny, and somehow that Irish accent raises it to another level. "Who ate all the pies?" is a British football chant that gets aimed at any player who's put on weight, AFAIK.


I must have missed it; to whom was this comment directed?
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    Originally posted by Hokienautic
      Originally posted by Madame Manga
      Sheamus took a piss break during the diva's match, which was good for a chuckle around here. We'd been wondering if he'd have to stay out there for the whole show!

      I'm loving his promos these days -- he's both heelishly obnoxious and darn funny, and somehow that Irish accent raises it to another level. "Who ate all the pies?" is a British football chant that gets aimed at any player who's put on weight, AFAIK.


    I must have missed it; to whom was this comment directed?

Some kid in the front row when he went to ringside to heckle a few fans.
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There's no way Santino and Kozlov should go over in that match if you are busting out new tag belts and trying to promote a tag division ... unless you are just busting out new belts to bust out new belts.

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So he's in WWA wrestling injured? Not out of the ordinary and not very smart. That's pretty stupid if he knows can go to WWF once he's 100%.
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