The Champ is...pissed off
The show starts without any video or pyro but with the WWE Champion’s music playing. The Champ bursts through the curtain to a huge ovation but he isn’t his usual happy-go-lucky self. He salutes the crowd at the top of the ramp before charging to the ring and grabbing a microphone.
“Kevin Steen if you want a fight, you’ve got a fight dammit. You’ve been running your mouth for the last few weeks and I thought it was nothing more than hype. Hell, I barely even paid attention. Last week, you got my attention when you left me a bloody mess. So let’s not waste any time, let’s do this – I’m calling you out Kevin Steen and I’m not taking no for an answer. Let’s do this right now!!!”
The fans go wild as Cena throws his hat and shirt into the audience getting ready for a fight. It’s been a while since we’ve seen Cena so fired up; he means business.
“You get your ass out here and let’s do this like men! I’m not wasting any more time.”
Cena stands ready and waiting for Steen but is interrupted when William Regal appears on the big screen.
“John Cena, I understand your frustration, I really do, but unfortunately there’s nothing you can do right now. I’m not long off the phone with Mr. Steen and his flight was delayed. He’s only just arrived in the airport and won’t be here for some time yet. I’m not saying you cannot call him out, be my guest, I more than anyone love a good brawl. But you’re going to have to wait.”
Cena seems irate but realises there’s nothing he can do.
“I’ve waited a week, I can wait another hour. Regal, I’m going to the parking lot and as soon as Kevin Steen arrives – this is going down.”
The fans cheer again, excited at seeing Steen getting his just deserts for the attack last week. Cena rushes out of the ring and to the backstage area as we head to commercial break.
Cryme Tyme vs. Kane & The Big Show
When we come back from break Cryme Tyme are already in the ring, awaiting their opponents. The duo seem a little jaded and not as enthusiastic as usual. Todd Grisham and Matt Striker hype up tonight’s show including the Main Event match-up as Natayla and Mickie James do battle to crown a new Diva’s Champion. Suddenly fire explodes from the turnbuckles and the lights in the arena go red as The Big Show’s music hits and he and Kane make their way to the ring. These two men have teamed up before and won gold, dominating all teams in their way. Tonight they look to make quick work of Cryme Tyme before moving on to the champions. One thing’s for sure, the WWE Universe are excited to see them back together and give them their support for this match-up.
JTG decides very quickly that he’s going to let the much bigger Shad start this one off. Shad seems unfazed and goes toe to toe with the massive Big Show. Shad starts trash-talking the giant before kicking him in the knee. Shad bounces off the ropes and delivers a drop-kick to Show’s knee, taking him down to one knee. He bounces off the opposite ropes and delivers a drop-kick to the back of Big Show’s head, taking the 7-footer down to the mat. Shad quickly covers him but Show powerfully kicks out after one. Both men get to their feet and Shad charges at Show. Show sees him coming and sends him flying over the top rope. Shad lands on the apron as Show tags in Kane. The Big Show and Kane head over to Shad and bring him back into the ring with a thunderous double-suplex. Kane covers Shad for a two-count. Kane continues to pick apart Shad until he manages to escape and tag in JTG. JTG seems reluctant to come in and he and Shad start arguing. Eventually JTG gives himself a shake and climbs to the top rope as Kane looks on laughing. JTG dives at The Big Red Machine but Kane catches him by the throat. He quickly tags in the Big Show who also grabs JTG by the throat. They deliver a double chokelsam and get the three-count. Shad quickly slides JTG out of the ring, staying out of the winner’s way. Kane and Big Show celebrate as the WWE Universe realise just how dominant a team they are going to be.
Suddenly, Kane and Show are taking to their knees as Team Ego, Edge and Chris Jericho, slide into the ring and smash them across the back with steel chairs. Edge and Jericho are like men possessed, determined to get the monsters down and hit them with the chairs again, sending them to the mat. They are relentless in their attack and really lay into their backs with the chairs until the two giants are almost unconscious. Jericho grabs a microphone and says that he and Edge will be the most dominant team in WWE history, not these two giants. Edge takes the mic and says that they are called Team Ego for a reason – they have the skills to back their massive ego’s up. This proves it.
Here Come The Girls
We go backstage where Byron Saxton is standing by.
Hey there WWE Universe, it’s your boy Byron Saxton here and I’m joined now by the two Diva’s competing tonight for the vacant Diva’s Championship, Natalya and Mickie James. Mickie, we’ll go to you first. You are one the most decorated women’s athletes in WWE History having held the women’s championship four times and being the first women to have held both the now retired women’s championship and the Diva’s Championship. You will go down in history as one of the greatest of all time. What motivates you to go out there tonight and win the championship one more time.
You know Byron I cannot rest on my past accomplishments. Yes, I’ve done pretty well for myself – but I will not settle for being known as ‘one of’ the best of all time. I want to be known as the
best of all time. Better than Moolah, better than Trish, better than Lita. To do that, I need to keep winning titles and keep beating the best this business has to offer. Right now, Natalya is among the best we have here in the WWE and I want more than anything to beat her tonight and prove that I am just that little bit better.
Natalya, you were in the first ever Diva’s Championship match a few years ago and just fell short to Michelle McCool. McCool has gone on to win many major championships while you are still looking for your first. What would a victory mean to you tonight?
Saxton, I’m a part of The Hart Family. One of the traits of being a Hart is being a champion. Last week, The Hart Dynasty showed what that means when they put on the performance of their careers and won the tag titles until Miz and Morrison showed up and stole them. My unlce Bret showed what that meant when he won seven world championships. My Dad, Jim ‘The Anvil’ Neidhart, showed what that meant when he won numerous tag titles and my uncle Owen showed what that was about when he won 4 tag titles, two intercontinental titles and the European title. Being a champion is part of being a Hart. I still haven’t achieved that and it eats away at me. This woman here is one of the greatest of all time and Mickie I’m sure you’re well on your way to being the best of them all. But tonight...tonight is my night, where I show my heart, and where I show exactly what I’m made of. Byron, tonight I guarantee I will be walking out of here WWE Diva’s Champion.
Ladies, thank you for your time. Tonight these two incredible athletes will do battle with on aim – being champion. Stay tuned to see who’s walking out with their hand raised later tonight.
Christian (c) vs. Chris Sabin
Christian comes out to a big ovation, showing why he was known as ‘The People’s Champion’ on ECW. He has defended his championship now against Finlay, Mark Henry and Alex Shelley since coming to Smackdown. Tonight, he takes on Shelley’s ‘Motor City Machine Guns’ partner, Chris Sabin. Sabin also comes out to a fair reaction, the fans starting to take to this young duo. Like last week, he and Shelley only come out together as far as the stage. From there Shelley shakes Sabin’s hand and heads to the back, giving him the chance to prove himself on his own. Sabin heads down to the ring and he and Christian shake hands before the match gets under-way.
Like last week the two men start off with some chain-wrestling with Sabin getting the upper hand. He wastes little time in heading to the outside and producing a trash-can full or weapons. He throws it into the ring but Christian gets to it first. When Sabin rolls into the ring again Captain Charismas wallops him in the head with a road sign, sending Sabin to the mat. They go back and forth like this for a while, using whatever comes to their hand to take the other out. The finish comes when Christian gains control and tries to finish Sabin off with a Killswitch. He turns him round but Sabin breaks free and brings Christian down with a neck-breaker. Sabin quickly covers Christian but Christian switches the momentum and gets a two-count of his own. Christian doesn’t let Sabin get to his feet but instead quickly locks in a Texas Cloverleaf. Sabin gets to the ropes but in Extreme Rules there are no rope breaks. He has no choice but to tap out. Christian not only successfully defended his championship again but he showed that he has plenty of different ways to win in his arsenal. Who will be next to take on the ECW Champion?
Before we go to commercial break we quickly cut to the parking lot where John Cena is shown standing by, awaiting the arrival of Kevin Steen.
I Love to Fight
Finlay’s music hits and the Irishman comes down to the ring, dressed for competition. Striker notes that Finlay isn’t scheduled to compete here tonight, so he must have something on his mind. Finlay grabs a microphone.
“I’m here tonight because I’m sick of seeing hard-workers being treated like crap. For the last two weeks Dustin Rhodes has been treated like something you’d find on the bottom of your shoe and now he’s sidelined for the next few weeks because of a minor concussion. William Regal, youcall yourself a gentleman? You’re just like any Englishman, using your power to rule corruptly over others. Well William, I’m here to give you a history lesson. When the British Empire was running wild – you were stopped by the Irish. Tonight, that’s happening again. I’m calling you out to a match right here, right no you yellow-bellied b*st*rd.”
Regal’s music hits and he, along with Drew McIntyre, comes out to the stage. Both men are wearing very sharp suits, in no state to compete. Regal speaks:
“Mr. Finlay whilst I appreciate your bravado and your sense of loyalty to your friends, it was be entirely unprofessional of me to come into that ring and kick your arse, which of course is exactly what would happen. As for my college here, Drew McIntyre, well have his performance last week I’ve given him the night off from in-ring competition. I do have someone in mind to face you if you’re up for the challenge.”
I’ll take on any of your goons tonight Regal, and then I’m coming for you.
You always were naive Finlay. Ok, let me introduce your opponent tonight and the newest member of the Smackdown roster. He, along with McIntyre, is the future of this business and he’s starting his path to the top by beating you tonight. Please welcome, from Dublin, Ireland: The Celtic Warrior, Sheamus!
Finlay vs. Sheamus w/ William Regal & Drew McIntyre
Regal and McIntyre start to smile as a behemoth of a man comes through the curtain. He has the palest of skin and fiery red hair combined with a massive muscular frame: a very impressive specimen. He marches to the ring, eyes fixed on Finlay. Regal and Drew follow behind Sheamus. The three superstars together look like a truly intimidating trio. Finlay, however, doesn’t seem worried. He has had many young superstars try to make a name for themselves at his expense, and he’s taken them to school.
The two men square up, neither one backing down. Sheamus swings at Finlay but Finlay ducks and spins behind Sheamus. Finlay starts clubbing away at the back of Sheamus’ head, showing how tough he is and sending the new superstar to his knees, scurrying to the ropes. Finlay kicks Sheamus straight in the face and Sheamus falls through the ropes and to the outside. Finlay follows Sheamus to the outside and shoves Sheamus straight over the announce table. Finlay is livid but keeps his head in check and picks Sheamus up, throwing him into the ring, breaking up the ten count. By the time Finlay follows him in, however, Sheamus can recover just enough to meet Finlay with a kick to the chest. Finlay is on the mat and Sheamus is on the attack. He holds onto the top rope and drives his knee repeatedly into Finlay’s skull. Sheamus drags Finlay into the centre of the ring and covers him for a two count.
He forces Finlay into the corner and starts to choke the veteran until the ref forces him to stop. When Sheamus goes back to Finlay, he’s greeted with a hard slap to the face. Finlay throws Sheamus into the corner and starts flailing wildly with lefts and rights. Finlay backs up to nail him with a clothesline but Sheamus gets his knee up, driving into Finlay’s gut. Finlay stumbles backwards and Sheamus nearly takes his head off with a double sledge. Finlay is struggling and Sheamus grabs him, throwing him shoulder first into the steel turnbuckle. Finlay staggers back and is met with a bicycle kick, which Sheamus calls a ‘Brogue Kick.’ Sheamus is entirely in control now and scrapes Finlay off the mat. He places his head between his legs and lifts him up into position for a crucifix powerbomb. He delivers the move, which Matt Striker says he calls ‘Pale Justice’ and covers Finlay, getting the three count.
William Regal looks every bit as happy as he was last week; delighted that his new superstar earned a dominant victory. He and McIntyre get into the ring and each raise Sheamus’ arm. The announcer’s put over the fact that with his power and McIntyre and Sheamus as his muscle, William Regal will be unstoppable. Again, like last week, a victory isn’t enough for Regal. He motions to McIntyre to hold Finlay up, allowing Sheamus to nail him with another brogue kick. He then sends the Scot to the outside to bring in a steel chair which he places on the ground. McIntyre then delivers a sickening ‘Future Shock’ DDT to Finlay on top of the chair. McIntyre and Sheamus step back, out of the spotlight, allowing Regal to stand tall with his foot resting on Finlay’s head.
The Dirt Sheet
When we come back from commercial the ring is decked out for The Dirt Sheet. The mat is covered with a red carpet and there are director’s chairs with ‘Miz’ and ‘Morrison’ written on the back. Suddenly Howard Finkel appears on the stage with a spotlight on him.
In a World full of winners and losers, two men have risen above, even higher higher than before, to bring you the Slammy Award Winning Show...The Dirt Sheet!!!
Miz and Morrison appear in their street clothes looking so very proud of themselves and their newly won tag team championships. Miz has jeans, a shirt and tie on whereas Morrison has black jeans and an open shirt – showing off his perfect abs. The Miz holds his belt above his head the entire walk to the ring while Morrison had his belt hanging from his pants. The WWE Universe are absolutely disgusted to see Miz and Morrison after they cut short The Hart Dynasty’s life-long dreams of being tag champs together in the WWE. Miz and Morrison have a seat in their chairs and wait for the boos to reduce before they speak.
Hi, I’m John Morrison and I shot JR – I was aged one.
And I’m your Chick Magnet...The Miz! And you all should see the looks on your faces right now. I mean really? Really? You’re all that
Your faces are almost as hilarious as those of The Harts last week – let’s have a reminder.
A photo of The Hart Dynasty after the match last week appears on the screen with drawn on tears and diapers.
Man, David Hart Smith makes one ugly baby. The reality check is that whether all you people like it or not, and whether The Hart Dynasty like it or not when we won the WWE Tag Team Championships last week we further cemented our place as the greatest tag team of the 21st Century!
They do their signature head tilt – only further aggravating the fans.
People can boo us and people can jeer but it really doesn’t matter – nothing will change the fact that we are the best. No one is better – absolutely no one.
BOOYAKA BOOYAKA 619!
The fans are delighted that Miz and Morrison are cut off as Rey Mysterio and Evan Bourne make their way to the ring. They point out to the new champions that actually, they’re pretty certain that they’re better than the champions – after all, they defeated them many times to win those very belts. If Miz and Morrison really want to prove themselves then why not defend those titles against them, one more time. Before Miz and Morrison can react, however, The Hart Dynasty make their way to the ring. They follow the logic that if Bourne and Rey are better than Miz and Morrison and if they defeated Rey and Bourne last week then surely they are the best of the bunch – so if anyone deserves a title shot, it’s them.
As The Harts and Rey/Bourne start to argue among themselves Miz and Morrison get bored and start to try and sneak out of the ring. The other four men see them, however, and grab them before they get out. Tyson Kidd says that even if they can’t agree on who the best team is, they can agree that they’re sick of Miz and Morrison. Kidd kicks Miz straight in the face while Evan Bourne does the exact same to Morrison at the same time. David Hart Smith grabs Morrison and nails him with a running powerslam. Miz charges at him but gets lifted up and Kidd bounds off the ropes, nailing a Hart Attack. Rey and Bourne both go up top. Rey hits a big splash on Miz before Bourne nails a perfect Shooting Star Press on Morrison. The two teams left standing go their separate ways, leaving their battle for a different day. One thing is clear, they all want to be champion and holding onto those belts won’t be easy for the champions.
Bryan Danielson vs. Alex Shelley
A new theme song
plays as a familiar figure makes his way through the curtain – The American Dragon, Bryan Danielson. Despite the new music, there is no change in Danielson’s demeanour. It seems the longer he’s successful in the WWE, the less the he pays any attention to anyone else. He is totally focused as he makes his way down the aisle, ready for a fight. The fans quickly get pumped up as the Motor City Machine Gun’s music plays and Alex Shelley races to the aisle, looking to pick up a crucial victory.
Shelley slides straight into the ring and Danielson pounces on him, not letting him get to his feet, laying into him with clubbing blows to the back. Danielson drags Shelley’s jacket off his back and starts to choke him with it. The referee tries to pull Danielson off but can’t so he starts to count. Danielson reminds him, quite aggressively, that he’s got till five. Danielson gets Shelley to his feet and whips him into the ropes. Shelley slides between Danielson’s legs and kips up quickly. Danielson turns around and it met with a roundhouse kick, taking him to the mat. Shelley quickly covers him for a two count.
The match continues in this fashion with both men going all out for the win. There are no championships at stake here but that means little to these two young superstars who will do whatever it takes to climb the ladder in the WWE. The finish comes when Danielson whips Shelley into the corner. The American Dragon charges but Shelley moves. Showing his wherewithal, Danielson quickly runs up the turnbuckles and does a back flip over Shelley. Shelley turns around and is met with a hard enziguri. Danielson then goes to the opposite corner of the ring and climbs the turnbuckle, wanting to show that he can fly as well as anyone. Danielson leaps the distance of the entire ring and nearly caves Shelley’s skull in with a diving headbutt. Danielson squirms around on the mat, having hurt himself in the process. He slowly gets to his feet and starts to stalk Shelley. Shelley takes a while to recover and he slowly stands up. When he does, Danielson pounces. He grabs Shelley and takes him down, locking in an Omoplata Crossface. Shelley has no choice but to tap. Danielson keeps the move locked in after the bell until Shelley passes out, before making the referee raise his hand. Bryan Danielson continues to do nothing but impress in the ring, even if his attitude leaves a little to be desired. It’s surely only a matter of time before he’s holding gold.
A brief video plays, hyping up what Samoa Joe has been up to over the past few weeks. It shows him visiting the Doctor’s and being put through tests. It then shows him hitting the gym, trying to get into the best shape of his career. He shows him in his own ring, training with some rookies. He hits one with an exploder suplex, another win a sick kick. He nails one with a muscle buster before locking in the coquina clutch, forcing him to instantly tap. Joe is working hard – determined to beat CM Punk at the pay-per-view. The video ends with Joe facing the camera:
“CM Punk, while you’re going around the country running your mouth, I’m getting ready for the fight of our lives. If you thought SummerSlam was something, you’ve seen nothing yet. In four weeks, I’m gonna kill you.”
CM Punk vs. Primo
Once the video is over, CM Punk’s music hits and the Straight-Edge Superstar makes his way down the aisle. As usual, he gets the loudest reaction of the night, and it’s all negative. He doesn’t seem to care and walks to the ring with a huge smile on his face, taunting the audience the entire way. When Primo Colon’s music hits he gets a nice cheer from the fans – of course, whoever’s facing CM Punk will get a good cheer. The young superstar bounds to the ring and the match is on. Primo extends his hand for a hand-shake, as he does before each match. CM Punk laughs as he grabs Primo’s hand and shakes it. Primo goes to let go but Punk won’t and instead pulls Primo in for a clothesline. Primo falls to the mat and Punk immediately kicks him hard in the back. Primo writhes in pain. Punk grabs him and throws him into the corner. He runs and drives his knee into Primo’s gut. He hooks his head and drives it into the mat with a bulldog. Punk is on a roll and climbs to the second turnbuckle, yelling at the top of his voice: ‘I’M BETTER THAN ALL OF YOU!” As Primo slowly gets to his feet Punk grabs him and hoists him up onto his shoulders before dropping him face-first onto his knee with the GTS. He covers him and picks up a momentum-boosting win.
Punk then grabs a microphone:
“Wow. Really impressive Joe. What a cool little video. Way to go champ. But you see, here’s the thing. While you’re at home, where I sent you by the way, I’m here on Smackdown proving why I am the best wrestler around today. You know what Joe, you do look impressive in your cosy little dojo, but the reality is no one dominates quite like I do here in the real squared circle. Joe, in four weeks time we will meet and it will be a classic, but I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Summer Slam was a fluke. You will not beat me again. But Joe, unlike Primo here, you won’t get away quickly. No. I will draw this out and I will make you suffer. October 2009, it’s Joe/Punk II, it’s also the date of your demise. What it all points down to Joe is that I am simply...better than you.”
WWE Diva’s Championship
Mickie James vs. Natalya
And now it’s time for our main event match for the evening. Justin Roberst climbs into the ring, ready to do the ring announcements.
The following contest is scheduled for one-fall and the winner will be crowned the NEW WWE Diva’s Champion!
Boos start to fill the arena as Vickie Guerrero walks out onto the stage.
I said Excuse Me! I am here tonight to get a very close look at this match-up. You see, William Regal is a very...I Said EXCUSE ME!!!
Vickie starts to get pretty angry as the WWE Universe do their best to drown her out.
As I was saying, William Regal is a very busy man and as such he has hired me, Vickie Guerrero, to be his assistant manager in charge of the Diva’s Division on Smackdown. Now, I cannot change our main event this evening, but I do want to watch it up close and personal so I know what type of champion I will be dealing with. Now on to the match.
The crowd continues to boo as some crew members bring out a big comfy armchair and set it on the stage for Vickie to watch the match from. The boos quickly dissipate however when Mickie James’ music hits and the charismatic diva bursts through the curtain and hightails it to the ring, slapping the fans hands on the way past. Natalya comes out next to another good reaction. She politely nods to Vickie on her way past from thereon in her eyes are focused on Mickie James. She reaches her arms out for the fans but keeps focused on Mickie for entire walk to the ring. When both girls are in the ring Justin Roberts makes the official ring announcements and the ref shows both women what they’re fighting for. The two shake hands and the bell rings – this match is underway.
They slowly circle around the ring, both sizing up their opponent, and waiting to see who makes the first move. Mickie goes to lock up with Natalya but Natalya ducks. She quickly moves behind Mickie and drops to her knees. She grabs Mickie’s ankles and pulls her legs out from under her, sending her face first into the mat. Natalya gets to her feet and brings the now dazed James with her. She whips her into the ropes but when Mickie returns she ducks Natalya’s clothesline and takes her down with a snap mare. Mickie bounces off the ropes and leaps at Natalya, connecting with a dropkick to her face. Mickie goes for a pin but Nattie kicks out after one. Mickie grabs Natalya and whips her into the corner of the ring. Mickie runs but Natalya moves. Mickie stops herself just before she crashes into the turnbuckle but Natalya quickly grabs her and rolls her up with a schoolgirl, getting a two count.
Both of these athletes know just how capable the other one is and if they see any opportunity, no matter how small, to end this match – they’ll take it.
They start to circle each other again, knowing just how important this match is. They lock up and Natalya wins the power struggle, forcing Mickie into the ropes. She pushes her up against them and drives her knee into Mickie’s stomach before bringing her back towards the middle of the ring and delivering a snap suplex. Natalya rolls over and covers Mickie, getting another two-count. Natalya picks Mickie up and throws her to the ropes but Mickie grabs the top rope instead of bouncing back. Nattie runs at Mickie but Mickie drops to the mat, still holding the top rope, sending Natalya flying to the outside. Mickie climbs to the apron and as Natalya gets to her feet James leaps, nailing a head scissors take-down. James raises her arm in the air and the fans are really getting into this match.
Mickie starts to get Natalya to her feet but Natayla shoves James who falls back into the ring steps hard. Natalya seems worried about Mickie for a second but quickly moves on. She grabs Mickie and delivers another snap suplex, but this is on the outside.
Ladies and Gentlemen do not be fooled by those mats, there are only a very thin layer. That was a hard landing.
These two are doing whatever it takes to get the job down.
Natalya rolls Mickie back into the ring and goes to locks in the sharpshooter. Mickie is screaming now in pain, but Nattie was too quick to lock it in: Mickie is close enough to reach out and grab the bottom rope. Natalya goes to the second rope and waits for Mickie to get to her feet. Natalya leaps with a double axe handle but James somehow manages to connect with a dropkick, taking Natalya down. Mickie stumbles to her feet first and when Natalya is up James manages to grab her and take her down with a DDT! Mickie covers her. One...Two...Natalya kicks out. Mickie is in shock and stalks Natalya, getting ready to hit the Mick Kick. Natalya gets to get feet and Mickie goes for the kick but Natalya ducks it. She kicks Mickie in the gut before grabbing her ankles and taking her to her back. Natalya locks their legs together and turns Mickie over with the Sharpshooter! Mickie starts to scramble towards the bottom rope, desperately trying to fight out of the hold. Natalya realises this time what’s going on and drags Mickie to the centre of the ring. Mickie has nowhere to go and although she fights for as long as she can she has no choice but to tap out. Natalya is the new Diva’s Champion.
Natalya falls to her knees, ecstatic at having finally won the Diva’s Championship. The Hart Dynasty race down the aisle to celebrate with her. Mickie James is sitting in the corner of the ring, exhausted, holding her back. As the referee goes to grab the belt Mickie grabs it off him. Mickies stumbles over to Natalya, hands her the belt and raises her arm in the air. Hart and Kidd grab her and lift her up on her shoulders. Vickie Guerrero stands out of her chair and watches what’s going on in the ring. She shows little reaction. The camera then cuts to the backstage area where Gail Kim and Melina are shown watching the celebration on a monitor.
If You Want Some Come Get Some
The camera then cuts backstage where John Cena is still waiting in the parking lot. Finally a car pulls up. Cena runs over and pulls open the door, but it’s just some guy, not Kevin Steen. Cena grabs a garbage can and throws it across the parking lot in frustration. Suddenly Kevin Steen’s entrance music starts to play (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=059omzBihKM)
. Cena hears it and runs back into the main building. He finds a monitor and watches it, looking for what’s going on. There’s no sign of Steen so Cena starts looking for him. He heads to the Gorilla Position and grabs a microphone before bursting through the curtain.
“Show your face Steen! I know you’re here somewhere.”
Cena starts to walk down the aisle towards the ring. As he’s walking down the ramp, a fan jumps the guard-rail behind him. Cena doesn’t notice. The fan takes down his hood and reveals himself to be Kevin Steen. He then pulls a lead pipe out of his pocket and charges at Cena. Cena, however, hears the fans yelling and turns around just in time to kick Steen in the gut, making him drop the pipe. The two start brawling up the ramp and the fans are going absolutely wild, waiting to see these two tear each other apart. Cena starts to overpower Steen and the young superstar starts to run. He runs through the curtain and Cena follows. Suddenly Cena comes flying through the curtain and lands on his back. Steen emerges through the curtain with a steel chair in his hand. Steen grabs John Cena and throws him head-first into the HD set. Steen then locks in a single-leg Boston Crab on Cena in the middle of the stage. Eventually officials, referees and agents come running out, trying to force Steen off. Eventually Steen breaks the hold. Steen starts to back off laughing as, for the second week in a row, he leaves John Cena unconscious.