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TONIGHT: A truly historic (a word WWE has bastardized lately) night in WWE as Raw, for the first time, is taped from South of the Border. Not live, but recorded on Saturday. It’s also the Vengeance go-home show and John Laurinaitis’ first full week as interim Raw GM. The hype for the WWE Title match will likely get ramped up, and will we see an appearance from CM Punk’s new besty, Triple H?


- WWE Open.

- Raw Open.

- Fireworks shot off inside the arena as the Mexican flag was shown on the video board to the side of the TitanTron. Michael Cole welcomed fans to the Sports Arena in Mexico City.

- Justin Roberts introduced John Laurinaitis. As he walked to the ring, they showed clips of Hunter being shown the door as Raw GM last week. “Que pasa?” said Laurinaitis, back inside the arena. He introduced himself to fans inside the arena and at home. He said tonight marks the return of Rey Mysterio…the return of Rey to San Diego to get an update on his rehab. He said Rey will not be there tonight. Oh, clever. Laurinaitis said he would instill control, integrity and honor to Monday Night Raw. Laurinaitis said he wouldn’t let the Board of Directors down, or the fans down. He said he may make mistakes, and he asks for the fans’ understanding. In fact, he said he received a lot of hateful Tweets after firing JR last week. And as GM, he listened to what the fans had to say, so that’s why, he’d like to welcome JR back to Raw. He stumbled a bit with that announcement. JR’s music played and he walked out.

Michael Cole was beside himself. Jerry Lawler shook JR’s hand, but before he could get seated, Laurinaitis asked JR into the ring, as he’d like to make a public apology. JR extended his hand, but Laurinaitis gave him a big hug. Laurinaitis said he shouldn’t have fired JR, but he didn’t bring him back to announce. He made a Sylvester the Cat joke for some reason, then said that when JR was fired, something happened during the commercial that he should watch: It was Michael Cole with the mic in the ring trying to get the crowd to sing the Goodbye Song. Cole was yucking it up at ringside, and Laurinaitis said he wasn’t sure what the deal is between JR and Cole, maybe that JR is jealous, but the differences need to be settled. Laurinaitis made the main event of Cole and Alberto Del Rio vs. John Cena and JR. I’m glad WWE, six days away from a PPV, is starting this Raw off by really hard selling…an announcer feud. Yeesh. Clearly, they have their priorities in line. I thought Laurinaitis’ Rey joke was delivered well and his giant hug of JR was funny, though.

- As JR and Cole argued from a distance, Randy Orton’s music played. It’s a six-man tag match. And it’s next!

[Commercial Break]

- Back from break, they announced Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes for Vengeance.

(1) Randy Orton & John Morrison & Sheamus vs. Christian & Cody Rhodes & Mark Henry
During Henry’s entrance, they talked about Henry vs. Show for the title at Vengeance. There was a chant when Christian and Orton matched up early on, but don’t look for transcriptions of them from me this week. Orton hammered away on Christian in the corner, then belted him with a European uppercut. Christian tagged out before Sheamus could get his hands on him. Sheamus had his way with Cody in a neutral corner. Cody fired back following an Irish whip, then took a cheap shot at Orton on the apron. Rhodes paid for it by ending up on the receiving end of a back body-drop. Henry tagged in and faced off with Sheamus while Orton scurried around the ring to beat up Rhodes. Orton took the fight to the ramp area, and Rhodes was able to scamper backstage. Orton chased after him as they went to break at 3:03.

[Commercial Break]

Back at 6:37 with a sight I didn’t think I’d see: Morrison on offense against Henry. Morrison and Christian had a nice little battle ‘til Henry tagged back in. Rhodes and Orton did not return, by the way. Headbutt put Morrison down hard. Henry stepped on Morrison’s chest for a beat, then tagged Christian. Christian worked a chin-lock on Morrison just shy of 9:00 into the match. Morrison fought out and kicked Christian as Christian had a handful of Morrison’s beautiful, flowing mane….where was I? Oh, Morrison in a Mark Henry bear-hug. Morrison got an elbow up on a Henry charge, then a foot. Tornado DDT attempt, but Henry placed him on the apron. Throat-first went Henry across the top rope. Morrison crawled to Sheamus, but as he neared the Irishman, Christian pulled him off the apron. Sheamus had enough and he and Christian fought through the crowd. Flying Chuck kick connected, but Morrison’s in an uphill battle here. Henry shot Morrison into the air, caught him, and gave him a World’s Strongest Slam for the win.

Winners: Christian, Rhodes, and Henry, at 11:19. Impressive finish. No surprise that Morrison jobbed, but he hung in there at least.

- CM Punk vs. The Miz is tonight.

- The main event is Cole & ADR vs. Cena & JR.

[Commercial Break]

- A Brodus Clay video package aired. This time, it included some comments from Clay himself.

- The exterior of the Palace of Fine Arts was shown.

- John Laurinaitis was on the phone talking about his wardrobe. The Bellas walked up to him and he called them by the wrong names. They wanted to make sure he hadn’t forgotten how important they were to Raw. He said he didn’t, so they walked away. Laurinaitis, back on the phone, told the person he was sorry he had to hang up so late…er, so fast. Man, even his pre-tapes are brutal. Ricardo Rodriguez walked in, followed by an angry Alberto Del Rio. Laurinaitis said the winner of tonight’s tag match will pick the stipulation for the match at Vengeance. That placated Del Rio somewhat.

(2) Eve Torres vs. Natalya
It was announced that Eve would face Beth Phoenix for the Divas Title at Vengeance. Both Kelly Kelly and Phoenix accompanied their friends to the ring. Nattie backed Eve into the corner and gave her a European uppercut. After some trash talk, Eve fired back. Discus clothesline by Natalya for two at :28. Abdominal stretch by Nattie. Eve tried a roll-up, but Neidhart stomped her. That was followed by some spanking. Kelly seemed disgusted by it at ringside. Nattie slammed Eve’s face into the mat as she did some more trash talking. Beth’s outfit looks quite dangerous. Kick to the gut by Natalya, but she walked into a high elbow. Powerlsam countered into a clothesline by Eve. She then went to the top and hit a moonsault for the win.

Winner: Torres, at 2:10. Eh, it was fine. It makes sense that the next step in the story is to have Eve challenge for the title, so no complaints there.

- Punk vs. Miz is next.

[Commercial Break]

- Lawler thanked Crystal Method for “Make Some Noise,” the official Vengeance theme song.

- Cole talked about Punk & Triple H vs. The Miz & R-Truth at Vengeance.

-CM Punk came to the ring. R-Truth rapped on his way to the ring with Miz. Miz had the mic and told Punk he’s probably sweating on the inside. Punk tried to kick him, but Miz reminded Punk they gave him the beat-down of a lifetime at Hell in a Cell. He asked what hurts more: they made sure Punk won’t get a WWE Title match for a long time, or the fact that they did something Punk could never do, that being getting Hunter removed from running Raw. Truth then took the mic and said Punk talks too much. He said they can’t stand when someone runs their mouth. He said Punk won’t be smiling when Miz beats him tonight. He said they want vengeance and veangance is going to get got. “And that’s awesome,” Miz chimed in.

Before the match could get underway, Triple H’s music hit. He walked out and Cole called him the COO of WWE. So does that mean Triple H can overrule Laurinaitis whenever he wants? Hunter sided with Punk in the ring as they went to break.

[Commercial Break]

(3) CM Punk vs. The Miz
Match began right after break, with Hunter in Punk’s corner and Truth in Miz’s corner. There’s a “CM Punk” chant. Punk with the first cover just over a minute in, and it didn’t even get a one-count. Slow going here early. Shoulder knock-down by Miz, then a dropkick by Punk. Miz bailed to ringside. Suicide dive by Punk onto Miz, right in front of the announcers, both English and Spanish. Cover for one by Punk. Punk seemed to injure his lower leg at ringside. Truth stalked the fallen Punk until Hunter ran over to back Truth away with his might glare of steel. Punk back in with a springboard clothesline for two. Cole said ratings were through the roof and the stock went way up after Laurinaitis’ first week as interim Raw GM. Miz slowly worked Punk over, but Punk came back with kicks.

Miz distracted the ref, allowing Truth to trip Punk. Hunter got in the ring to have a word with the ref, but that just allowed some double-teaming. Boot to the face and a cover got two. Crowd very into Punk here. Lawler quoted Taylor Swift’s song, “Mean.” Cole replied that she is in King’s age bracket. Hard corner clothesline by Miz. Rear chinlock by Miz. High knee in the corner by Punk missed, and Miz went to the top. He came off and was greeted by a Punk spin kick. Punk tried to capitalize, but Miz sent him out of the ring. Truth nailed Punk with a water bottle behind the ref’s back and Hunter walked up the ramp after Truth. John Laurinaitis and a team of suits walked out and told the ref to stop the match. He said they have an immigration problem and talked off-mic with Hunter.

Hunter could be heard saying he wasn’t going with the suits to Immigration. Laurinaitis talked him into it, and had paperwork to show it. Truth did some celebration dance or something, so Hunter hit him on his way to the back.

[Commercial Break]

- They showed what happened during the break – Hunter and Ace were walking backstage. Ace said there was improper paperwork and Hunter sarcastically said, “I wonder how this happened.” As he left, Ace texted on his phone while David Otunga stood beside him.

- And apparently the match is still going on. Truth was still at ringside, surprisingly recovered from the right hand from Hunter. That seemed like an obvious wild-line by Cole there plugging Twitter. Punk to the top and a flying elbow, with his body colliding with Miz rather than hitting the mat. That was odd. Truth got on the apron and was knocked off by Punk. Miz up in the GTS, but countered. SCF was countered and Miz was pushed into Truth. Punk rolled Miz up for the win.

Winner: Punk, at 16:45. Textboook action, but nothing really thrilling or anything.

Of course, Truth jumped Punk after the match, and he and Miz worked Punk over. Referees starting running out, and I think the fans saw a group of people and started cheering, then stopped when they saw it was referees. Miz and Truth complied with the officials and left the ring. Then both men ran back into the ring to do some more damage, with both hitting their finishers. Lawler said he wished both men get what’s coming to them on Sunday.

[Commercial Break]

- They showed a mariachi band playing outside the arena.

- Carlos Cabrera and Marcelo Rodriguez, the Spanish announcers, got some face-time.

- Cole and Lawler talked about the WWE Network then revisited the poll for the name of the first show on the network – it’ll be Wrestlemania Rewind. This week, fans can name the new Legends reality show where they live together in a house. They gotta have Sheiky baby in there.

- Jack Swagger came out for his match, flanked by Dolph Ziggler and Vickie Guerrero. I’m guessing Vickie said “excuse me” in Spanish, then in English. She said even though she’s from El Paso, she’s considered a goddess in Mexico. She said unlike Angelina Jolie, she’s more than just a pretty face. She said Laurinaitis has allowed Swagger and Ziggler to take on Air Boom for the tag titles at Vengeance. Ziggler took the mic and said he knows what an honor it is for everyone to be watching them in the ring. He said he knows people want to leave in Mexico and never look back, just like he wants to know. He talked up being US Champion. He said like Afflicition t-shirts coming back in style and Titus O’Neil, you will never make it. He talked up Jack Swagger and himself, referring to himself as a heel. Swagger told the fans to rise so he can sing America’s National Anthem. The fans were upset at this turn of events. Swagger paused and said the booing made him lose his place, so he’s going to start over. Instead, Zack Ryder’s music played to stop the madness

(4) Jack Swagger vs. Zack Ryder
Big slam by Swagger, then a corner charge. Swagger aggressively went after Ryder in the corner. Ryder got his knees up, then hit the Rough Ryder leg-drop for the win.

Winner: Ryder, at :34. Uh…okay. That’s a former World Champion right there.

After the match, Ziggler and Swagger tried to corner Ryder, but Mason Ryan lumbered out. The heels retreated, however, Ziggler was scheduled to face Ryan. Ryan did some brief mic work and it appeared Ziggler was headed back to the ring for said match.

[Commercial Break]

(5) Dolph Ziggler vs. Mason Ryan
Match was joined in progress out of break. Ryan used his strength to his advantage and Ziggler had to regroup at ringside. Ryan went outside to meet Ziggler, but instead, Vickie slapped him. Ryan took the anger out on Ziggler. He was so aggressive that the ref called for the bell, disqualifying the big man.

Winner: Ziggler, via DQ, at 2:37. Ryder and Ryan as an unlikely duo?

Ryan cleaned house on Ziggler and Swagger after the match. Ryan set Ziggler up for a big move…that ended up just being a fancy bodyslam (or powerslam).

- Cena walked up to JR backstage. JR said he’ll be 60 next week and he’s a grandfather – he doesn’t need to be in a match. He said he doesn’t want to ruin Cena’s chances on Sunday. Cena gave JR a pep-talk and for some reason said JR chose the right partner, despite not choosing him. JR called Cole a bunch of names, ending with “son-of-a-bitch.”

- Cole got the mic in the arena and said he’d take JR and put him out of his misery, then said he might even pin Cena tonight. Cole said his wife is Mexican, so the fans have to cheer for him.

[Commercial Break]

- Josh Mathews filled in for Cole, and plugged that Smackdown is now #2 for longest running episode television show of all-time.

- The announcers talked on camera about the main event, and they also talked about the Vengeance card.

- Ricardo Rodriguez introduced Alberto Del Rio. Then they went to break.

[Commercial Break]

- Back from break, Rodriguez introduced Cole, who wore the same outfit he wore at Wrestlemania. He brought a jump-rope with him but wasn’t really jumping it. Lawler thought that, with nothing to lose, JR could be very dangerous here. Yeah, right. Cena is now billed at 251 lbs, for what it’s worth.

(6) Alberto Del Rio & Michael Cole vs. John Cena & Jim Ross – Winning wrestler picks stipulation for WWE Title match at Vengeance
Cole wanted to start against JR. Cole trash-talked, but JR nailed him in the side of the head. Looked like he got his money’s worth, too. Del Rio and Cena then tagged in after Cole huddled in his corner. Hip-toss by Cena for a quick cover. Just one, though. Side headlock by Cena, then a hip-toss by Del Rio for a nice cheer from the crowd. Suplex by Cena, and Del Rio cleverly used Cena’s arm-band to pull his arm off on the rest-hold. No mention by the announcers, though. Back to a rear chinlock by Del Rio. Missed charge in the corner by Cena, then Del Rio put the boots to him. Cole gave Cena a weak cheap-shot as the ref’s attention was diverted. Del Rio to the top rope, and came off with a double chop for two at 5:15. Del Rio did Cena’s “you can’t see me” to taunt the fallen former champion. They went back-and-forth and Cena got Del Rio up for the AA, but Del Rio countered. Cena took Del Rio down and tried the STF to mad boos, but Del Rio came back with a back-breaker for two. Jumping enziguiri in the corner by Del Rio, and the announcers said it was over, so you knew it wasn’t. Both men were down at the nine minute mark. Del Rio to the top again, but he missed a back splash. Cena built some momentum with his usual shtick. Cena was ready for the AA, but Del Rio tagged Cole. Cena brought Cole in the hard way and Cole begged off. Cole extended a hand for a shake, and Cena surveyed the crowd for their opinion. Cena shook the hand, then gave him the AA. He set for the STF, then pointed to JR. Not a huge reaction for that, but JR tagged in and put Coel in an ankle-lock for the submission win.

Winners: Cena and Ross, at 11:31.

Cena and JR celebrated until Del Rio pulled Cena out of the ring. Cena hit the Attitude Adjustment on the floor anyway. He got a mic and began counting. Oh no. Del Rio got to his feet, then ran at Del Rio with a clothesline. Cena tipped the stairs on its side and lifted up one of the parts. He used it as a battering ram into Del Rio’s skull. He began counting again, and reached ten. Cena re-entered the ring and said you don’t have to be a genius to realize why he’s counting to ten: He chose a Last Man Standing Match. Cena celebrated to end things. Show was better this week, but it would’ve been better even if WWE just had a jar of mayonnaise on the screen for a half-hour.




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Anyone know why this episode was taped instead of going on live? It's not like Mexico City is in a timezone they haven't gone live in before.
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.64
    Originally posted by Hokienautic
    Anyone know why this episode was taped instead of going on live? It's not like Mexico City is in a timezone they haven't gone live in before.


They hadn't tried any broadcasting from Mexico before, too risky to try live TV there the first time.



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I wonder what percentage of the crowd could follow the opening Johnny Ace announcement segment, much less the English-speaking spots that were done in actual English?

Does it upset veterans groups when you use the national anthem to draw heat, if you're out of the country?

Cena could have sold more PPV buys by choosing a "Michael Cole barred from the building, Good ol' JR on commentary" match.



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Johnny Ace is just awful. I wonder if this is intentional though so the next GM will get a huge pop from the fans.

Other then that, it's just your basic hold down the fort show while overseas (or in this case Mexico). Crowd seemed kind of dead tonight, but that could have been the production of the show.

Edit: I agree with the above poster that using the American anthem (or any other country anthem) to draw heat is horrible.





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Yeah. That was pretty much crap.

Liked Henry catching then pounding Morrison to the canvass. Just wish it wasn't Morrison.





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    Originally posted by geemoney
    Laurinaitis made the main event of Cole and Alberto Del Rio vs. John Cena and JR. I’m glad WWE, six days away from a PPV, is starting this Raw off by really hard selling…an announcer feud. Yeesh.



Well, if they waited until after the PPV, they'd have to have the match in front of fans who actually know who JR and Cole are. Wouldn't want THAT to happen....
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Truth's dance when Hunter was being taken out was pretty sweet. I think he's gone back to being my favorite part of Raw followed by Henry, Team Vickie and whenever Cody Rhodes cuts a promo.





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    Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
    Truth's dance when Hunter was being taken out was pretty sweet. I think he's gone back to being my favorite part of Raw followed by Henry, Team Vickie and whenever Cody Rhodes cuts a promo.


So, basically, all the stuff you like about Raw is what is being imported from Smackdown. Do you like seeing John Cena and CM Punk when they are on Smackdown?

Why did they do that match with JR and Cole this week in Mexico in stead of... oh, I don't know... last week when they were in JR's home town? It makes no sense.



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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.93
Evidently it was a reaction to the ratings dropping immediately after the "Jim Ross is fired" segment last week.
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.91
    Originally posted by Alex
    Evidently it was a reaction to the ratings dropping immediately after the "Jim Ross is fired" segment last week.


If that is the case, where do they go from here with Ross? They don't want him announcing, and he isn't a wrestler, so what happens? Does he manage the Cena/Rock/whoever else team against Team Vickie at Survivor Series?

Oh, and as for the show, it was fine. It was certainly an improvement over last week's debacle.



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Well now the whole cutting the Punk/Cena angle off quickly and the multiple title switches in order to get the title on Del Rio for Mexico totally makes sense. If Del Rio didn't have the belt then the Cena/Ross v. Del Rio/Cole match wouldn't have the extra juice that made it a true instant classic.



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I thought this was a pretty solid show, with a few bright spots. I changed the channel for 15 minutes every time Johnny Ace showed up on screen, so that may have something to do with my level of enjoyment. The Team Vickie promo was the best part of the show, in my opinion. Dolph really upped his game for his part, and Swagger came in stronger than usual as well. The three of them are really starting to gel in a way that makes them a really fun heel group. I thought Cena had one of his better outings, and really seemed to be reacting to the crowd in a good way. I even thought that Michael Cole was dialed back enough to make his schtick entertaining instead of grating. Really, there was no part of the show that I actually watched that I didn't like.
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    Originally posted by Cerebus
      Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
      Truth's dance when Hunter was being taken out was pretty sweet. I think he's gone back to being my favorite part of Raw followed by Henry, Team Vickie and whenever Cody Rhodes cuts a promo.


    So, basically, all the stuff you like about Raw is what is being imported from Smackdown. Do you like seeing John Cena and CM Punk when they are on Smackdown?




Truth and Ziggler were Raw, but I'm not sure that matters anymore. I almost never watch Smackdown, but I usually enjoy it when I do.

What are the odds of Punk turning on Triple H at Vengence? It seems like it would make more sense than him not turning.



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Unless they were doing house shows this week, I have no idea why it was so important for ADR to have the belt to go to Mexico. It feels like they are doing a lot of booking on the fly of late. They didn't shoot themselves in the foot again this week, so that is plus, but when you only have 1 toe on said foot how much longer can you blow it apart?



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    Originally posted by lotjx
    Unless they were doing house shows this week, I have no idea why it was so important for ADR to have the belt to go to Mexico. It feels like they are doing a lot of booking on the fly of late. They didn't shoot themselves in the foot again this week, so that is plus, but when you only have 1 toe on said foot how much longer can you blow it apart?


Maybe it was to have a hot crowd cheer Cena to prove to the IWC that he's an international star.



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    Originally posted by lotjx
    Unless they were doing house shows this week


They were doing house shows this week.



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Whole thing with JR was entertaining-ish but the Mexican audience was pretty indifferent... maybe cause they didn't know what Ace was saying? They barely booed when he said Rey wasn't gonna be there.

You always see Ace texting mystery person and talking with his wife about how he looks on TV... but I imagine he's just constantly flirting with Nash.

This whole thing was pointless but I'm just glad JR got to smack Cole in the mouth, I hope he really leaned into it.

MORRISON! Could this be the week he doesnt get punked out? No way, Henry tosses him into the air like some kind of inflatable Morrison beatemup doll. Takes a bite out of his ribcage... I mean WORLDS STRONGEST SLAM!


BRODUS! The most dominating mass of dough in WWE history is set to make his debut on one of the main shows soon I guess. He has a good chance at success just cause his finisher is named The Fall of Man.

PUNK! Me and my friends were very confused by one of the announcers saying H was still the COO. W.e, we argued he's probably still the COO de jure (I learned the term from Wikipedia).
I guess they thought it would be funny for Triple H to get deported from Mexico, but it fell flat like most of this show.

RYDER! Squashing Swagger was great entertainment, completely unexpected. Yes Swagger is a former champ, but he never should have been so there's that.

Mason Ryan looks like the missing link, though Im glad he finally slicked back the sides of his hair. He had this stupid thing going on I really hated.

My foolish misguided friend was kidding last week about how Trips is reforming DX but with Punk as his partner, he obviously doesn't understand HOW THIS BUSINESS WORKS. Anyway, it only helped his argument that Punk was wearing the bright green this week and Trips came out on his corner.... its still a stupid idea.


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The finish of the Morrison match was as if a much bigger version of one of the... fellas... on the front of the JoMoSapiens shirt decided to pulverize Morrison with a World's Strongest Slam.

I think WWE has real small plans for selling JoMoSapiens shirts.





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Ziggler is awesome. I hope he gets the "late 2010/early 2011 Miz push" sometime soon.



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