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TONIGHT! It's the go-home show for SummerSlam, so we get the final build for another round of Christian/Randy Orton. Plus, we'll presumably get another match booked for the show, because last-minute booking is AWESOME! SmackDown is NOW!

The Champ is NOT here, as we go straight to the...

Opening credits - Do You Know Your Enemy? Did they replace Sheamus with a SMILING SHEAMUS? What the H? (RIP Norm MacDonald's Sports Show) Anyway, opening pyro! We are taped from Sacramento, CA!

We start with Triple H. So is EVERY show going to start with Triple H now? (Ok, they didn't start with him last week, but I don't want to let FACTS get in the way of a perfectly irrational gripe.) Your hosts are the three jackasses. Triple H has a mic and it's promo time!

HHH: Welcome to SmackDown! So it's hard to imagine that just a month ago, I was just...kinda hangin' out back there, you know, not a whole lot to do, not much responsibility, just kinda...biding my time, waiting on a friend, you know what I mean? Here we are a month later and not only am I the COO of the entire company, I happen to be the special guest referee in what is probably the biggest match in the history of this industry: The WWE Champion John Cena......at SummerSlam will take on the WWE Champion CM Punk...in a match where it will be determined.........in a match where we will determine ONE undisputed WWE champion. On top of that, my phone won't stop ringing, I've got a line a mile long standing outside my office door back there. You know, and I used to think...I respected Vince McMahon and the job that he did, but I had no idea the pressure that comes with this gig...is, I gotta you, it's off the chart, and quite frankly...I'm loving it. I might not have asked for this job, but if they're gonna make me COO, then I am gonna do my damndest to make sure that each and every single Raw and each and every single SmackDown is the most exciting and unpredictable show it can possibly be. That being said, it leads me to tonight. We are gonna have an Intercontinental Championship match right here. It will be the champion Ezekiel Jackson defending against Cody Rhodes. Also, for the first time in WWE history, it will be Money in the Bank winner against Money in the Bank winner. As making his way from Raw will be Alberto Del Rio...to go one-on-one with SmackDown's own Daniel Bryan. And much like Monday night, where the WWE Championship competitors squared off in individual competition, the competitors for the World Championship match will also tonight face individual competition. It will be the former World Champion and "Punjabi Nightmare" The Great Khali going one-on-one with "The Viper" Randy Orton. And as far as the World Champion goes...Christian tonight will fight...

Interruption comes from Christian before we can get that announcement. We're reminded that Christian has a big announcement tonight, so let's find out what it is, as Christian enters the ring with mic in hand.

Christian: You know, I told you this past Monday night on Raw that I was going to make a major announcement right here tonight. And knowing that, you'd think that you'd at least have the decency to pick up the phone and give your World Heavyweight Champion a call.

HHH: I would have, except I don't give a crap.

Christian: Oh, it's...I forgot, you're...you're really funny, it's hilarious. Everyone in Sacramento thinks Triple H is hilarious, right? Well, maybe we'll all get a big laugh out of this, huh? I'm gonna sue the WWE. Do I have your attention now? Because you see, I have medical documents stating that Randy Orton is mentally unstable, that he has serious anger management issues. Quite simply, that means that if you force me to compete at SummerSlam in a No Holds Barred match, you're putting your World Heavyweight Champion in an unsafe work environment. And that's left me with no choice, but to once again consult with my legal team, and we've decided that if you don't pull the stipulation, I'm gonna file a multi-million dollar lawsuit against this company. That means, I'm gonna sue YOU, that means I'm gonna sue your children, that means I'm gonna sue every miserable piece of crap that earns a paycheck for this company, including that idiot from Talent Relations, John Laurinaitis, the guy that you brought out here Monday night, I'll sue him. In fact, I'll go one better than that. I'll sue every single fan that buys a ticket to SummerSlam...and I'll sue every single fan that WATCHES SummerSlam live on PPV, I don't care! The choice is yours!

HHH: Wow...uh...geeze...kinda got me by the short ones on this, huh? I guess...I have no choice then, but to...geeze...uh...just announce that the match at SummerSlam is...uh...is on.

Christian: You know, it seems to me that you don't quite get it, do you?

HHH: No, I think YOU don't quite get it, so let me explain how this works, because I've had a lot of experience with lawyers over the last few weeks, trust me. Ok, you have a contract with the WWE, right? I'm the COO of the WWE, which in essence means YOU have a contract with me, or in other words, I'm your boss. Now...being your boss and being COO, I make the matches I wanna make and if you refuse to compete in those matches, then you are in, what they call in legal terms, "breach of contract". If you are in breach of contract, and this is kinda where it gets kind of a little bit convoluted, but let me simplify it for you, I would go to the simplest option, which would be firing you...and taking that back. Am I getting through to YOU? Do I have your attention? Here's how we can do this? I can fire you and I can take this right now? Or...or...you can...you can keep that and you can compete this Sunday in a No Holds Barred match against Randy Orton at SummerSlam. The choice is yours.

Christian: WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS ME, HUH? WHY? I don't understand why you're doing this to me! You've known me for 14 years! You know how good I am! You know that I'm one of the best! I mean...I mean...I mean...didn't Randy Orton attack your family once? Why are you doing favors for HIM? I don't understand this, dammit! I don't get it? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? Why are you doing this?

HHH: I'm gonna go out on a limb here and guess that you want to know why. Let me explain it to you, Christian. I don't think it's any secret that I don't like Randy Orton, but I respect Randy Orton. Now...THEY respect Randy Orton. THEY...LIKE Randy Orton. They don't like you. Because they don't respect you. Now...I used to respect you...but the way you won that World Championship and the way you've been acting SINCE you won that championship, I don't respect you anymore. THEY don't respect you anymore. So here's the deal...you want that respect back? Stop walking around here whining and crying like a little girl...and compete against Randy Orton this Sunday at SummerSlam in a No Holds Barred match and EARN that respect!

Hit Triple H's music! Well, that was a decent 15 minute...

Christian: HEY! Cut the music off!

...segment that's still going, apparently.

Christian: Cut the music off! Cut it off! I'm the World Heavyweight Champion! I get the last say! You want me to earn it? Fine, I'll earn it! Forget the lawsuit! Forget it! I'm gonna beat Randy Orton this Sunday at SummerSlam! But before I do that, whoever you picked as my opponent tonight, I am gonna beat THEM first!

HHH: That's great! I'm glad you feel that way! I'm glad you've decided to drop the lawsuit, I'm glad you've decided to compete Sunday against Randy Orton, I'm glad you don't have a problem with any of that. I'm also glad you don't have a problem tonight facing...this man.

Sheamus's music hits and here's Smilin' Sheamus! Looks like we have a match after the...

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CHRISTIAN v. "THE CELTIC WARRIOR" SHEAMUS: NON-TITLE MATCH
We start with Sheamus overpowering Christian and stomping away. He smiles to the crowd and whips Christian into the ropes and smiles some more. Christian comes back with an uppercut and lowbridges a charging Sheamus. Christian misses with a baseball slide and Sheamus scoops him up. Christian slides out and shoves Sheamus into the steel post and starts stomping away back in the ring. Christian focuses on the arm and stomps away in the corner. Sheamus goes low to come back and hammers away. Corner charge misses and Sheamus hits the steel post with the shoulder. Christian rolls Sheamus up for 2 and hits the hammerlock. Sheamus comes back with the Irish Curse. Sheamus makes the comeback with Irish Hammers, but corner charge is caught. Christian leapfrogs over Sheamus, but runs into a powerslam for 2. Christian tries to catch Sheamus with a Kill Switch, but can't, so he hits a drop toehold and floatover uppercut. Top-rope crossbody misses, but Christian stops a High Cross attempt. Sheamus shoves Christian away and hits 10 clubbing blows to chest. Sheamus smiles, as if to note that he's found himself a new babyface spot. Sheamus hits the running knee from the apron and follows with the top-rope shoulderblock. Sheamus calls for the Brogue Kick, but Christian ducks it and exits the ring. Christian grabs the belt and decides to take a walk, but Sheamus catches him and rolls him back in. Sheamus wants the High Cross, but Christian hangs him on the top rope and exits again. He grabs the belt and takes a walk and that'll end this match.

WINNER BY COR: Sheamus - A good match between these two and a perfectly acceptable spot for a countout finish. I'm betting these two go again at the next PPV.

Coming up later, Randy Orton faces The Great Khali.

Ad break - SummerSlam promo

WWE Rewind is brought to you by 7-Eleven - Beth Phoenix destroys Eve Torres on Raw, but gets ambushed from behind by Kelly Kelly.

NATALYA & "THE GLAMAZON" BETH PHOENIX v. KAITLYN & AJ
Kaitlyn and AJ get no entrance, because they're cannon fodder, of course.

WINNERS: Natalya & Beth Phoenix - SQUASH!

Post-match, Beth and Natalya destroy the faces some more. Natalya clamps the Sharpshooter on Kaitlyn for fun.

Later tonight, Alberto Del Rio faces Daniel Bryan.

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Later tonight, Sin Cara makes his return...sort of.

Backstage, Zack Ryder touts awesome ratings, as Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase enter the picture. Cody credits Ryder for booking tonight's IC title match, as Long points out that Ryder had nothing to do with it. Everyone exits when Aksana and her saxa-ma-phone music enter the picture. Seduction happens and Long excuses himself. Haven't we ALREADY taken this ride with Teddy Long before? Is this trip really necessary?

We are taped from Sacramento, CA. Your hosts are the three idiots. They shoot it off to a Mark Henry video package.

We go backstage to Johnny Curtis, as Mark Henry enters the picture. Henry tells Curtis that his debut match is against him. Henry says he liked Curtis's vignettes and offers one of his own, telling Curtis to go out and break a leg.

Sin Cara makes his entrance and...yeah, that is NOT Mistico under that mask. He gets a pop anyway and is able to do his tram-am-poline jump without botching it, so that's a plus. "Sin Cara" is in action after the...

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"SIN CARA" v. TYSON KIDD
Tyson Kidd gets half an entrance, because management doesn't give two shits about him. At the very least, though, this should be an ok match. Matthews notes that Sin Cara's put on some weight, as if he's TRYING to draw attention to the fact that it's a different guy under the mask. Why the hell would he DO that? God, I hate this announce team SO much!

Wrestling sequence starts us off and SC hangs on the ropes. Booker says "Check that out!" Yes, he's HANGING AGAINST THE ROPES! HOW IMPRESSIVE! Kidd charges in, but nobody's home and he ends up outside the ring. Springboard crossbody to the outside hits. Kidd catches SC in mid-springboard with a kick and follows with a baseball slide. Cole brings up that SC's rib injury was publicized all over WWE.com to rub it in Booker's face. Gee, what ELSE was publicized all over WWE.com? I'm utterly floored by the announcing for this match. It's like they're sending some bizarre message to Mistico. I don't get this line of thinking at all. SC hits an armdrag and hits...sort of an enziguiri. Springboard crossbody barely hits. Spinning headscissors hits and SC follows with a springboard...clothesline that barely connects for 2. Kidd pulls up to the corner, so SC hits him with a somersault senton! Booker points out that's a new addition to the moveset, in what can be interpreted as ANOTHER nudge to the fact that it's NOT Mistico! Kidd fights off the top-rope C4 attempt and shoves SC off, as the poor schmuck struggles to keep the mask on. Kidd leaps off the top, but runs into a fireman's carry/Samoan drop combo. Cole notes that SC's struggling to keep the mask on. "You'd think he could have gotten it to fit a little better in his time off." Ok, the cutesy subtlety is getting aggravating. ENOUGH ALREADY! Lionsault mercifully finishes at 3 minutes.

WINNER: "Sin Cara" - I don't know what to say about this match. This was a bullshit political game disguised as a wrestling match. I shouldn't be surprised by this sort of thing anymore, but...wow.

Alberto Del Rio and Daniel Bryan are backstage heading to the ring. Their match is next!

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Tony Chimel introduces everybody's favorite Mexican ring announcer, Ricardo Rodriguez, who introduces Alberto Del Rio. This week, Alberto Del Rio joins us in a grey 2011 Maserati Quattroporte.

ALBERTO DEL RIO v. DANIEL BRYAN
As if the announcing can't get any stranger, Matthews says that Alberto Del Rio is planning to cash in his briefcase tonight. WHAT? Even Cole points out how stupid this is, because there's no one to cash that briefcase in on tonight! Matthews tries to claim that Randy Orton told him that. My head hurts.

Del Rio stomps away on Bryan to start. Bryan comes back with a running corner dropkick for 2. Del Rio tosses Bryan into the corner post. Del Rio hits a back suplex for 2. He hits a hammerlock and...yeah, it's time to hit the MUTE button again. Bryan comes back with uppercuts, but a whip is reversed. Bryan backflips over him and hits the running seated clothesline for 2. Bryan goes to the Tajiri kicks, but misses the big kick and Del Rio hits the enziguiri for 2. Bryan's able to pull away from the swinging jujigatime attempt and backdrops Del Rio over the top rope. Bryan follows with the suicide dive. Bryan misses the top-rope seated dropkick and Del Rio pounces with the swinging jujigatime for the tap out at 4 minutes.

WINNER: Alberto Del Rio - That's IT? FOUR MINUTES? What the hell?

Post-match, Wade Barrett pounces on the fallen Bryan and hits the running boot to the head. Wasteland hits, as Matthews confirms that Bryan/Barrett is on for SummerSlam. Adjust your PPV predictions accordingly! Hit Barrett's music!

Backstage, Christian sits in a chair. Yup.

Later tonight, Randy Orton faces The Great Khali. But up next, the IC title is up for grabs between Ezekiel Jackson and Cody Rhodes.

Ad break - I never, EVER want to see this freakin' Twix commercial again!

WWE SummerSlam Recall - The Ultimate Warrior beats the Honky Tonk Man in '88, back when the Warrior mattered.

CODY RHODES (w/TED DiBIASE & MINIONS) v. EZEKIEL JACKSON: INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
We start with Jackson asserting the power advantage and pounding away in the corner. Big hiptoss sends Cody down for 2. Jackson misses a pair of elbows, but Rhodes can't pounce just yet, as Jackson hits a right. We go to an ad break, because a minute of wrestling is JUST TOO MUCH!

We come back with Rhodes in control. Rhodes works over the arm and hits the chinlock. Rhodes hits the kneedrop for 2. Back to the chinlock. Zeke powers out and back Rhodes into the corner. Jackson goes for the corner lariat, but Rhodes gets his boot up and kicks the arm! Rhodes goes for a bulldog, but gets tossed! Jackson makes the babyface comeback and hits the corner lariat. Here's a bodyslam! How about another bodyslam? Jackson hits...ANOTHER bodyslam! Jackson lifts Rhodes up for the Torture Rack, but here's DiBiase on the apron. Jackson wipes him out, but Cody attacks from behind and hits the mask-assisted headbutts. The referee is tied up with Rhodes, so DiBiase tries for interference and fails. Rhodes ducks under a clothesline and hits the Beautiful Disaster and finishes with Cross-Rhodes for the pin and the title at 7 minutes.

WINNER AND NEW CHAMPION: Cody Rhodes - And that puts an end to one of the single WEAKEST title reigns of the year. Considering that we've had Dolph Ziggler's "Blink and you'll miss it" world title "reign", that's saying A LOT! That should emphatically put an end to the Ezekiel Jackson experiment, as they gave him absolutely NOTHING in the last month. Way to go, guys! The silver lining, of course, is that Cody SO deserves a title reign after the banner year he's had.

Post-match, DiBiase puts a paper bag over Jackson's head. Jackson recovers, though, and goes apeshit on DiBiase. Jackson beats him into a pile of goo and tosses DiBiase's corpse at Cody's feet. Hit Cody's music, anyway!

Later tonight, Randy Orton faces The Great Khali.

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We are taped from Sacramento, CA! Here's a video package on CM Punk and John Cena. And yeah, the E should feel lucky if the NFL doesn't decide to sue. That leads into the SummerSlam card rundown. And no, no new matches. They don't even mention Barrett/Bryan.

Let's go backstage to the demoted Matt Striker, who's with Randy Orton. Orton says that Christian will serve as a fitting outlet for his anger. Orton tells Khali that RKO will need no translation.

Mark Henry makes his entrance for his match. He faces Johnny Curtis next!

Ad break - Raw promo. Hey, they DO remember that Rey gets his mandated rematch! Good on them for consistency!

MARK HENRY v. JOHNNY CURTIS
I'm SO glad they invested so much time in those Johnny Curtis vignettes just so they could feed him to Mark Henry and bury him right off the bat! World's Strongest Slam, goodbye at less than a minute.

WINNER: MARK HENRY - SQUASH! I think Trent Barreta and Tyson Kidd are about to have company in Jobberville.

Post-match, Henry tries to set up the Pillmanizer, but Sheamus makes the save. Sheamus grabs the mic and calls Henry out. Sheamus calling himself "The Great White" in reference to Mark Henry could sound pretty bad out of context. Henry's so enraged by this promo that he pulls out Curtis's corpse and hits him with the World's Strongest Slam again. Hit Sheamus' music!

The Great Khali and Jinder Mahal walk backstage. The main event is next!

Ad break - Anti-bullying PSA

RANDY ORTON v. THE GREAT KHALI (w/JINDER MAHAL)
In one of those subtle nods to character that I'm barely noticing, Khali gets Jinder Mahal's Titantron video with Mahal's name everywhere to sell that Mahal considers himself to be the big star of the two. That's pretty neat, actually. Anyway, we have about six minutes of show left, so I don't expect this to be long OR pretty, so let's get to it.

We start with Khali overpowering Orton and stalling. Orton tries to hammer away, but Khali hits an overhead right. Khali stomps away in the corner. Choking follows and when the ref pulls Khali away, Jinder Mahal chokes some more. Clothesline sends Orton over. Khali follows and bangs Orton's head on the steel steps. He then tosses Orton to the other steps. Back in the ring, JUDO CHOP~! gets 2! His moveset thus exhausted, Khali goes to the nerve hold. Orton comes back with rights and a dropkick, as Khali does the Andre the Giant memorial "Z0MG, MY ARMS ARE TIED UP IN THE ROPES!" spot. Orton stomps away and wipes out Jinder Mahal. DDT puts Khali down. VIPER COIL! RKO is countered with the Kona Crusher. Khali releases the hold and puts Orton in the corner, but Orton fights back. RKO anticlimatically finishes at four minutes.

WINNER: Randy Orton - This was what it was. There's a reason that Khali shouldn't be allowed in main events anymore.

Post-match, Christian's music hits and the champion comes out onto the ramp with mic in hand.

"Randy, I just wanted to come out here and give you a little information that I just received that at SummerSlam...it's gonna change EVERYTHING! Because you see, Randy, as of right now, this second, I can't wait, I cannot WAIT for our No Holds Barred match, because anything goes! And trust me, TRUST ME, Randy, trust me when I tell you this right now. I have the best thing going. I'll see you Sunday, Randy."

Christian's music hits and Christian holds up the title to end the show.

FINAL THOUGHT

One minute was all it took to effectively sell the title match for Sunday. That ending couldn't have gone any better.

The rest of the show was not particularly good. A criminally short Del Rio/Bryan match, a Sin Cara match that was more about delivering a political message than anything else, squash matches, and a bad main event result in a thumbs down for this week.

On the bright side, long live IC Champ Cody Rhodes! It's about time he gets a title run. Let's just hope he has enough babyfaces to feud with.

(edited by It's False on 13.8.11 1922)


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I dunno, you say "political message" but I say "not terribly subtle building of a Sin Cara/Sin Cara feud." Why else wouldn't they edit out that really strange very first move of getting caught in the ropes unless it was intentional?

(Of course, if Sin Cara I turns out to be out of the company, I will switch to being as baffled as you are. It'd be hard to say it's 30 days next taping, so I expect another Sin Cara appearance with similarly confounding commentary attached, but the week after will DEFINITELY be +30 days and we might get an angle kickoff then.)



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    Originally posted by CRZ
    I dunno, you say "political message" but I say "not terribly subtle building of a Sin Cara/Sin Cara feud."


Yeah, that's exactly what I felt they were doing especially cause I looked Sin Cara up on wikipedia (yeh I got my sources, kind of a big-shot) and it says Mistico is still employed in WWE as Sin Cara.

I agree with you It'sFalse, about selling the PPV; I was completely uninterested in the SD! card for SS but now i wanna see what Christian is going to do exactly. Did someone finally figure out you can bring firearms and swords to a no-DQ match?



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Man, if that Sin Cara turns out to be Eric f'ing Escobar ...

Cody Rhodes: awesome rises to the top. Good for him.

Odd that Triple H is a vague corporate heel on RAW and a full-on face on SD.



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    Originally posted by Matt Tracker
    Man, if that Sin Cara turns out to be Eric f'ing Escobar


The Torch says it's Hunico, who confusingly enough according to Wikipedia, "originally wrestled under the name "Místico", making his debut under that name around the same time as the much more well known Místico of Mexico City. At times he is billed as either "Mystico" or "Mistico de Juarez."" The whole thing seems silly regardless, just let him sell the injury from MITB for a full month.



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I agree that it's an angle and probably one that Sin Cara 1 has to make work or else it will probably be bad news for him. Hopefully, he comes back with a new color scheme though, I don't really want to watch blue Sin Cara vs blue Sin Cara.

Christian's big announcement sucked which doesn't give me a lot of hope for his big secret.

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Pity they couldn't get Christopher Daniels to play Sin Cara. He can do anybody!!!

Twitter last night:

@IAmJericho (Chris Jericho) :
Not surprised. Just another Jericho ripoff... RT @lordofthedrum93 New Sin Cara used the Lionsault as his finish!

@CMPunk (CM Punk) :
“@IAmJericho: Not surprised. Just another Jericho ripoff... RT @lordofthedrum93 New Sin Cara used the Lionsault as his finish!” It IS you!!

Given the new "Sin Cara's" skills ... Oooh, burn!!! ;-)
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    Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
    I agree that it's an angle and probably one that Sin Cara 1 has to make work or else it will probably be bad news for him. Hopefully, he comes back with a new color scheme though, I don't really want to watch blue Sin Cara vs blue Sin Cara.
He wore white and gold at MiTB which confused me because why would he debut a new color scheme that matches Del Rio?

I think Rico Constantino needs to be brought back as an agent/fashion consultant.

I hope this isn't posturing and is a Sin Cara VS Sin Cara angle. A masked heel luchadore would liven things up matchwise and sell merchandise.



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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.63
    Originally posted by J. Kyle
      Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
      I agree that it's an angle and probably one that Sin Cara 1 has to make work or else it will probably be bad news for him. Hopefully, he comes back with a new color scheme though, I don't really want to watch blue Sin Cara vs blue Sin Cara.
    He wore white and gold at MiTB which confused me because why would he debut a new color scheme that matches Del Rio?


That Sin Cara's old (and famous in Mexico) colors were white and gold; that was his Cult Of Personalty-ish Easter Egg.



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I don't like Orton, I don't know WHY he is being pushed SOOO hard. BUT... he should go over. Foley is a part-timer. Orton cheats to win, it's over, let's move on and I hope the kid fails because honestly, he sucks. SO many other dudes deserve that spot.
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