Tuesday, February 19, 2013

WWE Monday Night RAW Results: 2/18/2013

WWE Monday Night RAW Results: 2/18/2013 in LAFAYETTE, La

John Cena challenged CM Punk to a WWE Championship No. 1 Contender’s Match
 We’ll say this much for CM Punk: He does not go down without a fight. Like the proverbial bad penny, The Straight Edge Superstar just keeps coming back when the WWE Universe thinks he’s gone for good. This week, his machinations have ostensibly inserted him back into the WWE Title picture he was removed from just 24 hours earlier when The Rock retained his championship at Elimination Chamber. Punk’s latest scheme, however, was not targeted at The People’s Champion but instead at his old foil John Cena.

Cena, who declared his intention to challenge for the WWE Title at WrestleMania 29 several weeks prior, had barely begun to address the Cajundome crowd when Punk cut the Cenation leader off and attempted to provoke the proverbial bear, recalling Cena’s defeat at Rock’s hands at WrestleMania XXVIII and his numerous losses to Punk himself.

“The Rock beat me fair and square last night … and he beat you fair and square last year at WrestleMania,” Punk said. “But when we’re talking about wins and losses, you have never beat me. You have something that doesn’t belong to you.”

But Cena would not be quite so easily goaded. However, he did concede two points: He had never beaten Punk and he had never beaten The Rock. Cena had just the solution in mind to silence The Straight Edge Superstar as well as his critics, though.

“A match,” Cena said. “The big one. John Cena vs. CM Punk. If I win, you shut your mouth, crawl back in the hole you came from and go away.

“If you win, then you’re right. I don’t deserve to be in the main event of WrestleMania. If you beat me, you deserve it. My word, if you beat me in a match right here, right now, I will give you my WrestleMania title shot.”

Never one to welcome such a challenge on anyone’s terms but his own, The Straight Edge Superstar accepted the offer, with the caveat that it would happen next week.

“You just made the stupidest decision of your life,” Punk said after Cena had laid down the challenge. In one week’s time, the WWE Universe will know whether the onetime “Voice of the Voiceless” spoke the truth.

The Rock unveiled the new WWE Championship

Pour one out for the WWE Championship as we have known it for the past eight years, because even though The Rock is going to WrestleMania with the title in hand, well, let’s just say he’s switching up his style as champion in the process. The Great One officially turned the page in the annals of WWE history, revealing a brand-new WWE Championship to the Cajundome crowd and ushering in a new standard for all future champions to bear.

Let the record show, though, that The Rock gave the “spinner” WWE Title a gentle eulogy in its final moments, handing it off to a WWE official and requesting it be placed into the WWE Hall of Fame. Before turning to a velvet bag The Great One had set up on a pedestal in the middle of the ring. But let the record also show that the new WWE Title he unveiled was quite amazing. As the Cajundome crowd roared its approval, The Great One shouldered his new prize and turned his attention toward WrestleMania and his potential opponent.

“Between those two, there is one man who brings out the very best in The Rock. For professional reasons, for personal reasons, that man is …”

The revelation would have to wait, however, as John Cena picked that moment to crash The Brahma Bull’s party. Before the two old rivals could mix it up, though, CM Punk stormed out from the locker room area and felled Cena with a shot from the old WWE Championship. With Cena face-down on the ramp, Punk tossed the now-defunct design on its prone originator and hungrily eyed The Brahma Bull’s new championship.

“I want that one,” he sneered. And knowing Punk, there’s nothing he won’t do to make that statement a reality.

source: wwe.com

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Monday, February 18, 2013

WWE Pay-Per-View Elimination Chamber 2013 Results

WWE Pay-Per-View Elimination Chamber 2013 Results

The Shield def. John Cena, Ryback & Sheamus
NEW ORLEANS — Justice, as prophesied by Dean Ambrose, was ultimately delivered at WWE Elimination Chamber. In a six-man collision between WWE’s top Superstars and its most menacing alliance, The Shield withstood the dream team of John Cena, Ryback and Sheamus, live at the New Orleans Arena.

Neither the NBA’s Eastern nor Western All-Star squads could rival the veritable “super team” of Cena, Sheamus and Ryback — the 12-time World Champion heading to the main event of WrestleMania 29, the powerhouse Celtic Warrior who held the World Heavyweight Title for much of 2012, and the white-hot rookie who’s ravenously dined upon competition. But on the grim stage of WWE’s Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, the Superstar trio stood an endangered species while in the sights of their jackal-like opposition, The Shield.

Cena, Sheamus and Ryback employed powerhouse plays like synchronized suplexes and more to wear down their rebel rivals across all four corners of the ring and beyond. Resilient as ever, The Shield countered with ruthlessness and their signature “divide and conquer” technique to decimate Sheamus (who was speared through the barricade), and then outnumber their opponents. The sum total of their scheme: Ryback took the crushing final hit and losing pinfall … and he wasn’t at all happy about it.

Impressive and chillingly vicious, the riot gear–garbed Shield aimed to exact a mission of reparation for a supposed “decade of injustice.” Prime targeted, Cena’s assembled force combatted a group that has torn through an entire roster of competitors, from Team Hell No to Brodus Clay and Tensai, since its debut in November.

Perhaps no two men were more so wronged by The Shield’s brand of righteousness than Cena and Ryback, who both were deprived of the WWE Championship following the intervention of Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns in their first appearance at Survivor Series 2012.

That night, Shield secretly served CM Punk; at WWE Elimination Chamber, the horde’s plot came full circle as they devastated Cena and Ryback (along with Sheamus) most definitively. The extent to which the Superstar constantly wanting to be fed more may have consumed more than even he can swallow from the triumvirate of insurgents.

The scene in New Orleans was much different than the site of two consecutive editions of Monday Night Raw heading into Elimination Chamber. For weeks, Cena and his allies ripped the primary page of Shield’s nefarious playbook, crossing through the crowd in a united front to besiege their enemies.

This, along with Cena’s momentum rolling out of the Royal Rumble en route to WrestleMania, stunned Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns and appeared to foretell the fall of the upstarts in just their second sanctioned WWE match.

In the heat of the action, though, Shield rebounded when it mattered most. After Roman Reigns crushed The Celtic Warrior’s body with a spear on the outside, he quickly rejoined his cohorts in the squared circle for a 3-on-2 showdown on those foes still standing, Cena and Ryback. With Ambrose up for an Attitude Adjustment, Reigns’ second spear connected with Ryback’s midsection as he simultaneously hoisted up Rollins. Alas, the Cenation leader laid out Shield’s frontman but couldn’t reach the pinfall in time to save Ryback (and his squad) from defeat—leaving the Superstars stunned and Ryback wrought with frustration.

The Shell-shocking Superstar succumbed to The Shield on pay-per-view, projecting the rebels to a status that’s arguably equivalent to unstoppable. Their upset triumph over WWE’s Cena’s super squad sends the 2013 Royal Rumble winner forth on The Road to WrestleMania with rocky propulsion. A thick, black dust settles and the WWE Universe ponders what lies ahead for each of these six Superstars as the hours pass before The Biggest Spectacle of Them All — a event, despite its grandeur, that perhaps is not above The Shield’s rendering of “justice,” should it be the nefarious group’s next target.

source: wwe.com

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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Ranking for Power 25: Feb. 16, 2013

Ranking for Power 25: Feb. 16, 2013
Last weeks Rank: #3
This Weeks Rank: #3

John Cena still remains at the #3 rank. He seems to be stuck at 3rd place.

 "Along with Ryback & Sheamus, the Cenation leader tuned up for Elimination Chamber with the Monday night dismantling of 3MB. As the pay-per-view nears, Cena holds strong at No. 3 on this week’s Power Rankings and looks to have a big night at the last stop on The Road to WrestleMania."

source: wwe.com

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