Antonio Cesaro gives the Great Khali a Neutralizer … again: January 7, 2013
If Cesaro keeps this up, he’s going to be a face. His strength is freakish.
Antonio Cesaro gives the Great Khali a neutralizer on WWE Main Event: January 2, 2013
If you haven’t seen the Cesaro-Khali U.S. Championship match yet, it’s worth watching to see Cesaro give the 7-foot monster his finisher. The strength of the man formerly known as Claudio Castagnoli is unreal. Watch a clip of the match after the jump.
WWE releases 45-second “Life and Times of Scotty Goldman” video: December 7, 2012
Colt Cabana’s brief WWE run gets a
Batman-style send up. Is this foreshadowing the return of Colt Cabana?
The Undertaker wins a Hell in a Cell match against Edge at SummerSlam ‘08: August 17, 2008
The Phenom proved too tough for the Rated R Superstar.
In other matches:
MVP defeated Jeff Hardy.
Santino Marella and Beth Phoenix won the WWE Intercontinental and Women’s championships from Kofi Kingston and Mickie James in a double title tag match.
Matt Hardy defeated ECW Champion Mark Henry by disqualification.
CM Punk successfully defended the World Title against JBL.
WWE Champion Triple H defeated the Great Khali.
Batista defeated John Cena.
John Cena retains the WWE Championship against Randy Orton at SummerSlam ‘07: August 26, 2007
The Cena-Orton rivalry still felt fresh in ‘07. Not so much years later.
There was a lot of new blood on the card. CM Punk’s first SummerSlam wasn’t a success. The Straight Edge Superstar lost to ECW Champion John Morrison.
Intercontinental Champion Umaga defeated Carlito and Mr. Kennedy.
There were also some familiar faces. Triple H beat King Booker T. Rey Mysterio won a rematch of the previous year’s SummerSlam with Chavo Guerrero.
Kane defeated Finlay. Beth Phoenix won a Divas battle royal. World Champion the Great Khali lost by disqualification to Batista.
WWE Monday Night Raw is expanding to three hours starting July 23, 2012
This hilarious commercial advertises Raw’s expansion to three hours on the USA Network. The commercial was easily one of the most entertaining things on tonight’s show — and it was a good show.
Vince McMahon asks Cena to “tell the boys,” and the messages gets lost in translation. (Watch the commercial after the jump.)
Randy Orton punching the ref in his title defense against John Cena was a really cheap finish. However, the Undertaker’s tombstone on Batista was pretty sweet.
I also love how Umaga was treated as a monster that had to be felled by everyone’s finisher. And, of course, Triple H kills off Jeff Hardy with a Pedigree.
“It’s waiting. A heartless, soulless, savage structure built to torment all who enter.” — No Way Out 2008 commercial