Monday, October 25, 2010



in GREEN BAY, Wisc.


Justin Gabriel & Heath Salter def. WWE Tag Team Champions David Otunga& John Cena; WWE Champion Randy Orton to face John Cena

Wade Barrett appeared as dark and moody as a winter in England. No wonder. The night before at WWE Bragging Rights, the leader of The Nexus informed John Cena that if he were to lose his match against WWE Champion Randy Orton, Cena would be fired from WWE. Well, the petulant Brit defeated The Viper by disqualification thanks to a well-timed Attitude Adjustment on him by his unwilling bodyguard, Cena. One problem: A title cannot change hands on a disqualification. All of which meant that Cena would not be fired and that Orton would retain the title.

Barrett, however, knew he possessed leverage. At WWE Bragging Rights, Cena was forced to pair with David Otunga, and the two captured the WWE Tag Team Titles. The men would soon be stripped of those honors when Barrett arranged a match and ordered Otunga to lay down for Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater, who walked away new champions.


Afterward, Raw’s anonymous General Manager stated, via laptop, that Orton would defend his title against Barrett in four weeks in a match featuring no disqualifications, no count-outs and a special guest referee. To determine the referee, the WWE Champion was forced to battle a member of Nexus, with the winnerto select who’ll wear the stripes. Barrett’s choice of Nexus member to face Orton? John Cena, but of course

John Cena def. WWE Champion Randy Orton by Disqualification
Turnabout, meet fair play. One night earlier, Wade Barrett had defeated WWE Champion Randy Orton by disqualification at WWE Bragging Rights thanks to John Cena. Tonight, the Englishman made certain Cena won his match against Orton by the very same means.

No, Barrett wasn’t really helping Cena, per se – he was helping himself. You see, earlier in the evening, Raw’s anonymous GM arranged a no disqualifications, no count-outs Match, featuring a special guest referee, in four weeks at Survivor Series between Barrett and Orton for the WWE Title. Were The Viper to win, he would choose the referee. If Cena were to win, however, the fester from Manchester would choose, which is precisely what happened.

After Barrett ambushed The Nexus’ reluctant warrior, the rest of the outlaws, including Nexus' newest members, Husky Harris and Michael McGillicutty, charged the ring to attack Orton. Cena fought them off before Barrett exercised his right to select the guest referee for his championship match against WWE’s Apex Predator. In a shrewd stroke, the Nexus leader chose Cena, but not without thickening the plot. Barrett added that if hewins the WWE Title at Survivor Series, Cena is free from The Nexus. However, if he does not win the championship, Cena will be fired!


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