CM Punk still cannot muster up any respect from an injured John Cena, Daniel Bryan & Kane got a team name which was the best a bad trio, and WWEâ€™s tag team division is finally becoming relevant again.
Last nightâ€™s Raw was just as engaging as last week, and once again it was all down to CM Punk and Paul Heyman. Thatâ€™s not to say the likes of AJ and Mick Foley werenâ€™t
Updated 09-26-2012 at 12:19 AM by ComingToCinemas
Night of Champions Recap
After the disaster of SummerSlam, Night of Champions was a big improvement. Pretty much every match was worthy of pay-per-view (letâ€™s just ignore the Zack Ryder v. Antonio Cesaro match; once again I watched purely for Aksana), and despite its poor ending the CM Punk v. John Cena WWE Championship match was one of the best encounters between the two (it
Before I proceed onto tonightâ€™s blog, I want to do two things.
I want to applaud Michael Cole on his professionalism, firstly. If I were in his situation tonight I would have left with Jerry Lawler, and for Cole to stay behind the desk (albeit silently) in order to bring us fans prompt updates on Lawlerâ€™s situation had to be extremely difficult.
I would also like to
Anybody who follows my Twitter account will know two things â€“ I was especially active on social media last night, and I really enjoyed Raw. Michael Cole must be really proud of meâ€¦
The reason I enjoyed Raw last night was not the same as most people would have, Paul Heymanâ€™s appearance in the closing seconds. Rather, I enjoyed Raw last night because it had a strong opening
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