WWE RAW Results: 11/14 (With Videos)
Kofi Kingston vs. Alberto Del Rio
Kofi Kingston’s music hits and out he comes. Michael Cole tells us that Kingston will have his work cut out for him, as he will be facing the former World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio, right after the break. On that note, we head to another commercial. Sorry guys, I missed the last few minutes due to a bad gas smell in our apartment building. Hopefully the building don’t burn down, that would be really inconvenient as I’ve had to do RAW play-by-play on a laptop outside for the rest of the show. Oh yeah, and I’d have to find somewhere else to live. Anyways! When I returned, Alberto Del Rio was laying out on the floor. Kingston was in the ring. The action returned to the ring, with Kingston hitting a few fast-paced moves. Del Rio cut Kingston off with a big kick. Del Rio has Kingston draped across the ropes, and nails him with a flying kick right to Kingston’s kisser. That looked pretty cool. Del Rio hits Kingston with a german suplex in the middle of the ring for a two count. Del Rio mocks Kingston’s “boom boom” hand gestures to a ton of boo’s from the fans in Greenville. Del Rio locks in a choke on Kingston. Kingston eventually fights his way out of it. He flips over Del Rio and rolls him up for a near fall. Del Rio cuts Kingston off within seconds with a big back-breaker. Del Rio re-applies a choke onto Kingston. Kingston fights out of it again and nails Del Rio in the stomach with a kick. Del Rio is hunched over and Kingston comes off the top rope with a flying body-press, landing on the back of Del Rio. Del Rio crashes face-first into the canvas. Cool spot. Kingston comes off the top with another cross body, the right way this time, for a near fall. This match is turning into a pretty damn good little match, and the crowd is way into it at this point. Out of nowhere, Del Rio jumps onto Kingston and locks in the Cross Armbreaker. Kingston fights it for a few seconds, but eventually taps out. Del Rio gets the submission victory.
Winner: Alberto Del Rio
David Otunga’s Case For Big Show
Michael Cole, JBL and Jerry Lawler talk some more about Big Show’s lawsuit against WWE before introducing a video package of David Otunga’s evidence. Some keywords relating to lawsuits are showm, with their definition’s next to them, followed by video packages to support them.
RAW Announcers Show Off The WWE App
We return from the in-depth lawsuit video package to Michael Cole reminding everyone that they can vote for Randy Orton’s opponent on tonight’s RAW on the WWE App. The RAW announce team show some of the features involved in the WWE App and remind everyone one more time to vote for Orton’s opponent, as we will get the results when we return to WWE RAW. With that said, we head to another commercial.
Randy Orton vs. Big E. Langston
We return from commercial and Randy Orton is making his way to the ring. Michael Cole reminds everyone that his opponent tonight will be the guy that the WWE Universe voted for on the WWE App. The options for the fans to vote on were Dolph Ziggler, Big E. Langston and The Miz. Jerry Lawler takes his headset off and grabs a microphone. As he starts to tell everyone who the WWE Universe voted for, he is cut off by Orton. Orton asks the fans if they think they really have a choice. He says it doesn’t give them any power. He tells the fans to look to their left and their right. He says what do you see? A girlfriend, a wife, maybe even your mother. He says right now those women are fantasizing what it would be like to wake up next to Randy Orton. He says if it’s your boyfriend, your husband or your father on your left or right, no matter how hard they work, they will never be half of the man that he is. He says the only thing the fans have power for tonight are selecting who The Viper’s next victim is going to be. Lawler gets back on the microphone and reveals the poll results. With 75 percent of the votes, Big E. Langston will be Orton’s opponent. For those who care, Dolph Ziggler received 12 percent of the votes and The Miz received 13. Langston makes his way to the ring as the announcers put over what a roll he’s been on lately. The bell rings and here we go. Langston nails Orton with a huge shoulder-block and the WWE Champions quickly rolls out to the floor to re-group. Back in the ring, Orton tries using his speed this time but Langston’s power is too much. Langston throws Orton around like a rag-doll for a while until Orton again rolls out to the floor to re-think things. Langston uses his power running into Orton, sending him flying out of the ring and crashing into the ringside barricade on the floor. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. We return from commercial and Langston is on top of Orton in the corner doing the ten-punch sopt as the crowd counts along. Orton rolls out to the floor again, but this time Langston goes after him. Langston smashes Orton’s head off of the ringside steps. Orton finally uses his smarts to cut Langston off and now he’s in control of Langston back in the ring. Orton beats up Langston a bit in the ring. Langston goes running after Orton but Orton moves, and Langston basically hits a spear on nobody but the air as he goes flying through the ropes with a ton of momentum, and crashes onto the floor outside the ring. Back in the ring, Orton is going to work on the knee of Langston. Orton hits Langston with his trademark DDT with Langston’s body draped across the middle-rope. Orton is now doing his Viper routine as he is waiting for Langston to get back to his feet. Langston gets up and Orton goes for the RKO, but Langston shoves Orton off and nails him with a big tackle. Langston pulls down his straps and is setting up for The Big Ending finisher. He hoists Orton up, but Orton slides out the back door and nails Langston with a RKO out of nowhere. 1-2-3. Orton wins.
Winner: Randy Orton
Fandango & Summer Rae vs. Tyson Kidd & Natalya
Mixed-tag-team action is up next on RAW. Summer Rae and Fandango dance their way to the ring. We head to a commercial during their ring-walk. When we return, Tyson Kidd and Natalya comes out. During their entrance we get some video recaps of the first half of season one of Total Divas. Michael Cole plugs the return of Total Divas on E! this Sunday. The bell rings and Fandango and Kidd start things off. They work for a bit and then tag out. As soon as Summer Rae tagged in, the Greenville fans popped huge. Summer bitch-slaps Natalya and Natalya grabs Summer for a Sharpshooter attempt. No dice. Summer Rae is back in control, screeching and squeeling as she beats up one of the stars of Total Divas. Summer is not only extremely attractive, but she plays great heel during her matches. Her and AJ Lee would are the proper ingredients for a nice little Diva-feud, if AJ ever turns back babyface. They’re both hot as hell too, did I mention that? The fellas tag back in and they are flying all over the place. Actually, these two are putting on some great action. Summer screeches to the point I wanted to rip my ears off just now, distracting Kidd and allownig Fandango to regain control of the offense. Fandango comes off the top rope looking for the leg-drop but Kidd pops up and catches him coming down in the Sharpshooter. Summer runs in the ring, but Natalya gets her out of the way. Fandango taps out to Kidd’s Sharpshooter. The newlyweds get the win in this mixed-tag-team match.
Winners: Tyson Kidd & Natalya
Renee Young Interviews Damien Sandow and The Real Americans
Renee Young is backstage with Damien Sandow. Renee tells Sandow he is only the second person to cash in a Money In The Bank briefcase and not capture a WWE Championship. She says, “let’s take a look” and we shoot to a video replay of last week’s Sandow-John Cena match. We return from the video package and Renee asks for Sandow’s thoughts. Sandow says the thought of the referee counting 1-2-3 keeps him up at night. Sandow says he’s now a man who will do anything it takes to get what he wants. With that said, Zeb Colter comes into the picture with The Real Americans. He says that’s what America is all about. He talks about tonight’s six-man tag match with Sandow and The Real Americans against John Cena and the WWE Tag-Team Champions, Goldust and Cody Rhodes. Colter and The Real Americans do their “We the people” saying and walk off. Sandow says “me, the uncrowned World Champion.” He walks off. Michael Cole simply says, “John Cena in action…next.” On that note, we head to a commercial break.