WWE Raw Review 10/3/2011
WWE Raw just ended. Here’s the action that happened.
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On a night where nobody knew how to feel after the actions the night before, WWE Raw was started off with Randy Orton facing Drew Mcintyre. That’s right, the first match on Raw contained a superstar from Smackdown. After the match, which Orton won easily, Mark Henry and Orton began to brawl, but orton was once again standing his ground. Even security couldn’t hold back Orton.
The show came back on with Mark Henry standing in the ring and the announcement that Big Show was returning on Friday. Then we found out that the second consecutive match of the night would also contain a Smackdown superstar. John Morrison was defeated in this match although he did put up quite the fight. The only problem was that there wasn’t enough of a fight in Morrison to beat Mark Henry. After the match Henry said that he was ready to introduce Show to the hall of pain once again.
Next we saw the conspirators talking with Laurinaitis. Apparently Miz and Truth have filed a lawsuit. It was then announced by Vickie that they are all going public and going to the ring. Next we are shown the conspirators whining in the ring before HHH comes to the stage. HHH comes out asking what happened to the WWE and talking about how the old superstars fought instead of whining. He tell them that in the match later in the night they need to just shut up and fight.
Next we got to see four women wrestle in a tag match. Who would guess it would be Kelly Kelly and Eve facing Beth Phoenix and Natalya. The match ends quickly as Kelly Kelly comes out and just tries to destroy Natalya. The referee stops the match, but Eve has to pull Kelly off.
In the next scene Laurinaitis asks HHH for an apology for being hit the night before. HHH believes that Laurinaitis is working against him, but does agree to ask the superstars if they have confidence in him.
After the break we find Jinder Mahal in the ring speaking in a different language. Santino returns and challenges Mahal to a match. For those that don’t know, Santino had been in a car accident, but is now back. The cobra strikes less than two minutes into the match and Santino wins. That wasn’t worth the film.
Next we had a 12-man time filler between the following teams: John Cena, C.M. Punk, Kofi Kingston, Evan Bourne, Mason Ryan, and Sheamus facing Christian, Del Rio, Swagger, Ziggler, Cody Rhodes, and Otunga. This match was way too long and way too dull. The match went on for over thirty minutes before the match began to break down and suddenly everyone started pulling off their signature moves. In the end Sheamus is able to pin and get the win for the good team.
The superstars would be taking a vote of confidence on HHH. All the superstars of Raw and Smackdown headed to the ring. Even referees and Jerry Lawler were headed to the ring. The question of the night was about to be answered. All the superstars surrounded the ring as the arrival of HHH was awaited. HHH comes out talking about how he works for the WWE Universe, not for the superstars. Wade Barrett says that HHH has created an unsafe working environment and that HHH is incapable of controlling the action. HHH counters Barrett’s statement saying that the only reason he is upset about the chaos is because he isn’t causing it. Next a referee speaks out and says that the officials are not being protected. Beth Phoenix says that something bad could happen to the divas with the way things are going. Jerry Lawler says that the show is spiraling out of control. But he doesn’t believe it is HHH’s fault and he believes that someone behind the scenes is pulling HHH’s strings. King says that he believes as long as HHH is running the place it will be unsafe. Everyone follows King’s lead after a unanimous vote of no confidence and walks out on HHH. The fans still chant HH’s name, but they seem to be the only ones doing so. John Laurinaitis comes out after everyone leaves. How will WWE deal with the circumstances that are currently among them?