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The Weekly Beat Down, Post Battleground Edition! 09/07/2013October 07, 2013 Christian Miller No comments
Hey there, everyone. It’s Monday, so that means tonight is another edition of Monday Night RAW! It’s not just any normal RAW though, because last night was the inaugural WWE Battleground PPV event. It was an event full of shocking moments in the WWE Title picture, a suspect ending to Punk vs. Ryback and a very impressive giant swing by Antonio Cesaro.
So, what can we expect to happen on RAW tonight, based upon what happened at the PPV and RAW’s official five point preview? Stay tuned!
Last night, Big Show came down to the ring during the match between Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton for the vacant WWE Title and interfered, knocking out Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton and “fired” referee Scott Armstrong. This resulted in a no contest for the match.
So, what can we expect tonight? Well, I fully expect Big Show to either get some very harsh punishment from Triple H for his actions…perhaps a 90 on 1 handicap match…or swerve and take another heel turn. Either way, it should be interesting.
The Rhodes family (Goldust and Cody Rhodes) beat the WWE Tag Team Champions (Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns) to secure their and their father’s jobs within the company again.
So, what can we expect tonight? Well, they may have their jobs back… but I don’t think that Triple H will let them celebrate their victory for very long. I expect them to undergo some serious challenges tonight. Perhaps a match against one another?
Last night, Alberto Del Rio impressively defeated ECW alumnus Rob Van Dam in a hardcore match to retain his World Heavyweight Championship.
So, what can we expect tonight? Well, someone new is going to step up to the plate for a shot at ADR’s title belt. Who though? I honestly am at a loss as to who it will be. Hopefully it’s a newly free from 3MB Drew McIntyre (thanks to the whole #WheresDrew thing going around Twitter)
Last night, CM Punk was surprisingly (at least in my opinion) victorious against Ryback when Paul Heyman tried to interfere, which distracted the ref and allowed Punk to hit Ryback with a low blow.
So, what can we expect tonight? Well I don’t think the Heyman/Punk feud is settled, especially considering how things went down. I expect their feud to end at Hell in a Cell via a Hell in a Cell match between Punk and Heyman. However, tonight, I think we will see Ryback and Heyman attack Punk as redemption for the manner through which Punk won his match.
As mentioned before, Big Show got involved in Bryan and Orton’s thrilling match for the vacant title. So, we still have no WWE Champion.
So, what can we expect tonight? Well, it’s way unlikely that Triple H will announce two new competitors for the title. So, expect to see this feud continue through at least Hell in a Cell, which is the type of match, my guess, that Triple H will announce tonight between the two.
In a Hell in a Cell match, there will be no guesses or sketchy finishes. There are no rules, and it’s the perfect place to end the Bryan/Orton feud.Posted in: Anime, TV & Movies, Weeklies Tags: AJ Lee, Alberto Del Rio, Antonio Cesaro, Big Show, Bray Wyatt, Brie Bella, Brock Lesnar, Chris Jericho, Christian Miller, CM Punk, Cody Rhodes, Curtis Axel, Daniel Bryan, Darren Young WWE, Dean Ambrose, Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, Dusty Rhodes, ECW, Edge, Elimination Chamber, Extreme Rules, Extreme Rules 2013, Fandango, Fiesta Del Toro, Goldust, Hell in a Cell match, IC Title, Jack Swagger, John Cena, John Morrison, Kane, Kofi Kingston, Mark Henry, Michael Cole, Mick Foley, Monday Night Raw, Money in the Bank, Night of Champions, No Holds Barred match, No Mercy match, NXT, official five point preview, Paul Heyman, PPV Payback, Predictions, Prime Time Players, Punk vs. Ryback, Randy Orton, Rated R Superstar, Raw, Rhodes family, Ricardo Rodriguez, Rick Flair, Rob Van Dam, Roman Reigns, Ryback, Santino Marella, Scott Armstrong, Seth Rollins, Sheamus, Smackdown, Smakdown, Summer Slam, Tag Team Championship, Team Hell No, The Hardcore Championship, The Miz, The Shield, The Shield WWE, The Undertaker, The Weekly Beat Down, Titus O'Neil, Total Divas, Triple H, Wade Barrett, Weekly Beat Down, William Regal, World Heavyweight Championship, World Wrestling Entertainment, Wrestlemania PPV, Written by Christian Miller, WWE, WWE Axel, WWE Battleground, WWE Championship, WWE Diva, WWE Extreme Rules, WWE Kaitlyn, WWE Money in the Bank, WWE Naomi, WWE NXT, WWE Payback, WWE PPV, WWE Sheamus, WWE Smackdown, WWE SummerSlam, WWE tag title, WWE Title, WWE Twitter, WWE Wrestling, WWE.com, WWF Wrestling, Wyatt Family, Zeb Colter
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