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*OFFICIAL* Raw Discussion Thread: 15th July 2013
« on: 15 July 2013, 10:03:13 PM »
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Damien Sandow truly proved himself the smartest man in the World Heavyweight Championship Contract Money in the Bank Ladder Match, taking refuge from the chaos and seizing the coveted contract by betraying his tag partner and best friend, Cody Rhodes, at the bout’s moment of truth. Given the enormity of Cody’s efforts in the match and the lows with which Sandow sunk to steal the win, will Team Rhodes Scholars’ bonds of friendship begin to fray?

Looks like John Cena’s got himself a viper to deal with. Randy Orton earned the latest accolade in his storied career by capturing his first-ever Money in the Bank Contract, earning himself an opportunity to win  the WWE Title whenever he likes. It’s unlikely that the methodical Orton will announce his opportunity like Cena did last year, so how will The Champ cope with perhaps his most vicious foe waiting in the wings? On a similar note, will The World’s Strongest Man make another play for the WWE Title? Or will a new challenger, like Rob Van Dam, emerge to step up?

Love means never having to say you’re sorry, but AJ Lee will be all but spewing apologies following her ill-conceived intrusion into Dolph Ziggler’s World Title Match against Alberto Del Rio at Money in the Bank. The interference cost The Showoff the match and kept the title in The Essence of Excellence’s clutches, but the damage to Dolph’s momentum and relationship may be twofold. How will The Showoff recover from the twin disappointments? More importantly, which will he address first?

Well, that’s one way to sever a friendship. CM Punk professionally distanced himself from Paul Heyman weeks ago, but the mad scientist upped the ante at Money in the Bank and viciously attacked his former protégé with a ladder. The assault cost Punk the WWE Title Contract that eventually went to Orton (Punk was alone in the ring at the time of Heyman’s strike), so it stands to reason that Punk may try and make the mad scientist go to sleep on Raw.

The Wyatt Family made one of the most memorable debuts in WWE history last week when they attacked Kane with the steel steps and put The Devil’s Favorite Demon out of action for Money in the Bank. Which, of course, begs the question of why? With Kane’s status for Monday still undetermined, will the backwoods troika provide answers for their assault? Tune in tonight to find out.
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Re: *OFFICIAL* Raw Discussion Thread: 15th July 2013
« Reply #1 on: 16 July 2013, 03:14:43 PM »
Obviously they are trying to get people to like Sheamus more with the 1-800-FELLA thing, but I don't think that it worked. If anything, I would say it probably made the crowd dislike him more.

Since Dolph Ziggler is obviously a face now, I think it's very likely that she'll end up taking Big E Langston with her, and that she'll use him to enact revenge upon Ziggler for breaking her heart - as I expect him to end up dumping her, due to her interference when he specifically told her not to.

Obviously I was right, but I didn't expect things to happen so quickly. I thought that Ziggler would drag it out for a couple of weeks before dumping her.

While I was hoping that Dolph Ziggler would be chosen as John Cena's opponent for the WWE Championship at SummerSlam, I am still very happy to see that Daniel Bryan was chosen instead - obviously that crowd were too.
Quote from: CM Punk
Please, if you say ‘Because it’s your destiny’, I swear to jeebus I’m going to start drinking.