For the first time in the short history of the Money In The Bank PPV, the big belt will be on the line. Continue reading
It was the go-home show before WrestleMania XXX and it hit just about everything it needed to, especially with Daniel Bryan. Continue reading
We previewed the show for the website yesterday.
There have been a couple of changes to the show just today. Curtis Axel is out of the pre-show match because of an injury. The new pre-show match is Kofi Kingston vs. Damien Sandow. Also, Big E. Langston will face Dean Ambrose on the actual show instead.
Let’s get to the Hell In A Cell play by play:
1. Kofi Kingston vs. Damien Sandow
Sandow won the match with a full nelson slam. Kofi did some great stuff on the outside where he hurdled the ring steps and did a flip dive off of it. At least if Sandow has anything to do tonight’s World title match, he’s going to do so off a win.
Winner: Damien Sandow
2. Cody Rhodes and Goldust vs. The Usos vs. The Shield
They did some very smart triple threat spots. The Shield had the advantage on Goldust for quite a while and before he went to tag Cody, Cody was knocked off the apron. The Usos called for him to tag them and as he went to, the Shield pulled them off the apron too.
Goldust hot-tagged Cody who ran wild. He went for the Disaster Kick on Seth Rollins and one of the Usos tagged in. He hit a high cross on Rollins for a two count and then a Samoan drop for another. Continue reading
Talk about an inconsistent version of Monday Night Raw. You had some very good segments, but on the same show, you had a tug-of-war and dancing segment. Also, there was nothing really must-see, so I can’t imagine the rating will be good.
The Shield defeats a fighting John Cena
Over the weekend, reports came out that John Cena hurt his achilles tendon and there was worry that he’d be out for a little while. I believe it was actually a heel injury.
Cena came out early to grant some wishes on World Wish Day. He brought out three kids, one of whom was born with half of a heart. All three kids got their own nicknames and were part of the show. That John Cena is a good dude. And he doesn’t get enough credit for it.
I was under the impression that Cena and Ryback were going to be forced to tag together to face the Shield, but it never happened. First, Ryback was worried that Cena wouldn’t be ready. Then, when Team Brickie changed the match to a 6-way, added Team Hell No and took out Cena, Ryback refused. So Cena was back in.
Earlier in the show, the Shield came out and talked about all the guys they put out like Ryback, Cena, Big Show, and last week, the Undertaker, which happened on Smackdown. They looked like stars. Continue reading