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Event: WWE Monday Night RAW
Airdate: Monday, September 10th, 2012 (USA Network)
Location: The Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec Canada
Results by Ken Hill

“Yes, sir, we promised you a great main event…”

Live from Montreal, Lawler and Cole announcing (no Miz, damn) and we start off in great fashion with the introduction of Bret Hart to a hot ovation from the home crowd.

Bret attempts to thank the crowd for coming out tonight, but the ovation is tremendous so he lets it ride for a few minutes...and as soon as he tries to start up again, an "Ole!" chant starts up! "Only in Canada," says Cole.

He thanks the crowd for supporting him through his highs and lows, including the Screwjob, and says he stands proud and thanks everyone in Montreal, and in Canada, for their years of support...PUNK'S MUSIC HITS! And man, does the crowd sound pissed! WWE wanted Punk to get booed, well, they picked the right place and time to do it, interrupting Hart in his home country.

Punk in black, pink, and white trunks and boots as either a sincere or mocking praise to Hart, we'll find out shortly. Mocking, apparently, as Punk starts in on Bret about the 15 years he "painfully detailed" in the book he wrote himself. Bret tells him off and threatens the Sharpshooter, but Punk just laughs it off, saying he doesn't need a Vince McMahon to screw him or anyone else, and guarantees that if he'd been in Bret's shoes, he would've just jumped the "proverbial" sinking ship and headed to WCW before ever getting screwed out of his championship.

Bret touts his catchphrase, which Punk can't believe that Bret still refers to himself as, mocking Jerry in saying that just because someone calls themselves something like "The King of Memphis", doesn't mean it's true. Bret responds by bringing up last week, where Punk ambushed Cena during his match with Del Rio, mocking him in kind for claiming "Best in the World" and yet he walked out and came back just to kick Cena in the head and leaving with Paul Heyman.

Punk excuses himself, just saying he'd come back to get some things, and asks if Bret was expecting Cena to come and be his "White knight" and have his back tonight. Bret says he had been planning on interviewing Cena, respectfully, one-on-one, and that sets Punk off, as he gets in Hart's face about respect and says he plans to put Cena to sleep on Sunday. "Just like you're putting this crowd to sleep?" Bret says. OOOOH BURN! Punk calms himself and simply tells Bret that he plans on leaving Cena a broken, beaten-down shell of a man, just like Bret is now, before dropping the "pipe bomb" and leaving the ring to big-time heat.

- We get an advert touting Bret's interview with Cena later tonight

- Tonight's RawActive match features Punk against either Brodus Clay, Jerry Lawler, or

Randy Orton. REAL tough choice...

All Champions Tag Match: US Champion Antonio Cesaro & IC Champion The Miz

vs. WWE Tag Team Champions R-Truth & Kofi Kingston

We find out before the the match that there will be a battle royal on the NOC Pre-show to determine the #1 Contender to Cesaro's US title, Miz's opponent yet to be named...sigh.

We start out fast-paced, as the tag champs take it Miz and Cesaro, sending them to the outside before flying over the ropes onto the singles champs as we go to break.

- Commercial break

We come back with Miz locking a chin lock on Truth, wearing him down before Truth comes back with a dropkick and tags in Kofi, and Cesaro for Miz. Kofi flies off the ropes onto Cesaro, as Truth takes out Miz with the Lie Detector. Cesaro pushed Kofi to the corner, missing a splash as Kofi rolls away, then nails Cesaro square in the head with Trouble in Paradise for the 3!

WINNERS: Kofi & R-Truth

We then get a recap of last week's Raw and Smackdown detailing the storyline of

Sheamus's Brogue Kick being banned after Ricardo Roderiguez took the kick and "allegedly" suffered serious neck and spinal trauma. We then see

Sheamus talking with Bret Hart backstage as apparently we're going to see some footage of

Sheamus disputing the ban with Otunga. Riveting... :P

- A "Did You Know" Advert praising Saturday Morning Slam

- We are taken to WWE Headquarters, where Sheamus is sworn in for his case with Otunga, claiming his last name is Lipschitz *snort* regaling everyone with how his family is part Irish and Jewish...before joking about it isn't his name.

Otunga questions about the various people Sheamus has kicked, with

Sheamus even getting a "Yes" chant started when Daniel Bryan is mentioned. Otunga continues to badger

Sheamus about the various physical and mental detriments the Brogue Kick can cause, before

Sheamus gets back in his face and retorts that the Brogue Kick doesn't discriminate between people like Roderiguez or Otunga, before demonstrating by kicking the camera into static and partying about it by singing in Jewish...oy vey.

- Back to the arena, where we find out that Otunga will face Sheamus as a result of their legal debacle, and reminded about Punk's match with three choices of opponents *cough* ORTON! *cough*

- Commercial Break

6-Divas Tag Match: Layla (c), Eve, and Kaitlyn v. Alicia Fox, Natalya, and Beth Phoenix

Strange match-up, with Eve and Alicia seemingly on opposite sides of where they should be. Kaitlyn and Beth lock up, before Kaitlyn drives Beth into the corner. Beth fires back, knocking down Kaitlyn before tagging in Alicia Fox, who beats down on the #1 Contender before Kaitlyn manages to tag in Layla, who delivers some kicks to Fox and a springboard cross-body for 2. Layla seems to set Fox up for the finish, before Eve blind tags in and hits a spinning neckbreaker for the 3 count.

WINNERS: Layla, Eve & Kaitlyn

- Eve celebrates in the ring as Layla and Kaitlyn are unsure of her sincerity.

- AJ "McPouty Face" Lee, the Raw GM, watches on, as Punk comes up behind her, wondering whether she's put him in a


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three-opponent situation because she's still ticked at him, or that everyone saw her psychotic episode last week, and says he doesn't deserve that kind of unfairness. AJ glares at him, saying that she actually agrees with him and even agrees that him versus Sheamus should be saved for a special occasion, but Punk still walked out on the people, and thus the people decide his fate tonight. Punk turns away into Brodus, who can only grin on as Punk slinks away.

- Commercial Break

Non-Title Match: WWE Champion CM Punk v. "The Viper" Randy Orton

Thank god for wrestling-snarky Canadians. Punk looks visibly annoyed as Orton saunters down to the ring. Who can blame him, given the history between the two. Cole notes the pink, black, and white trunks of Punk in mocking tribute to the Hart family.

Lock-up, followed by a shoulder block from Orton. Headlock by Orton, followed by a block from Punk. Punk retreats to the corner after Orton counters his run off the ropes. Dueling "Let's go Orton" and "CM Punk" chants as the two beat one each other, before Punk counters into a backbreaker for 1.

Slam to the mat by Punk, followed by a headlock on Orton, who counters out with some elbows. Whip the corner, Punk floats over, RKO attempt by Orton, but Punk retreats to the outside. He decides to make for the back like last time, but Orton stops him on the ramp, ramming him into ring before tossing him back inside. Punk, though, hangs up Orton, who comes down on his knee hard as we go to commercial...

Back from commercial, Punk has Orton in an abdominal stretch, who hip tosses out, before Punk delivers a kick to Orton's bad knee. Punk up for a HBK elbow, which gets two. Another elbow get another two. A few more shots by Punk, who goes back up top, only for Orton to knock him down and climb up. BIG superplex by Orton for a close 2 count.

The two rivals trade big right hands, getting to their feet. Orton gets the upper hand, before Punk delivers a kick to the midsection, then Orton counters with a clothesline. Punk stops Orton's momentum, but gets backdropped for his troubles. Orton goes for the rope-assisted DDT, but gets hung up again, and Punk nails a springboard clothesline for a 2 count.

Punk says it's GTS time, but Orton counters for the RKO, Punk shoves him off, only for Orton to nail his backbreaker, followed by his vaunted DDT. Orton sets for the RKO again, but Ziggler comes out for the DQ.

WINNER: Randy Orton by DQ

- RKO on Ziggler gets countered into a clothesline on Punk. Powerslam to Ziggler, powerslam to Punk. RKO attempt on Punk gets thwarted by Ziggler, who pushes Randy into the corner as he and Punk double team in. JERRY LAWLER in for the save, as he beats Punk out of the ring, as Orton does the same with Dolph, and all four men are brawling as we go to commercial...

CM Punk & Dolph Ziggler v. Randy Orton & Jerry "The King" Lawler

Back from commerical, as AJ Lee has apparently restored order and made an impromptu tag match. Orton and Ziggler brawling in the corner. Orton gets the upper hand as he tags in Lawler, who delivers a dropkick and a couple of fist drops for a two count.

Ziggler comes back with a knock down, kicking and beating down Lawler, mocking him with a delayed elbow for a two count. Headlock into the sleeper hold, before Lawler counters with a back suplex. Punk looks like he wants to be anywhere but here. Orton gets the hot tag. Clotheslines, followed by the powerslam. Rope DDT countered into a backdrop by Ziggler to the outside.

PAUL HEYMAN is walking to ringside, apparently for a convo with with his new client, Vickie screaming all the while that there is a match going on, hilariously enough. Punk and Heyman are apparently planning to walk out, as they start talking about restaurants in Montreal. Ziggler's beating on Orton, but immediately gets dropped with a RKO for 3, Punk completely unaware and uncaring to what's happening as he walks off with Heyman.

WINNERS: Randy Orton & Jerry Lawler

- Commercial break

- Ad for Rock-Cena Wrestlemania Special DVD. Never seen a lukewarm Wrestlemania match get so much advertising since Bobby Lashely vs. Umaga in "Battle of the Billionaires."

- Another "Did You Know" blurb touting Smackdown's success. Wonder how much Nielsen gets paid for this research.

- Backstage, Punk and Heyman are leaving as Matt Striker comes up to them asking what the nature of their relationship is. Punk stares long and hard at Striker, stating simply, "I'm a

Paul Heyman guy." Well, I'm sold...

- Recap of the Bryan-Kane "Hug It Out" segment, with hilarious commentary and play-by-play from the Miz, accompanied by happy-go-lucky music, which slowly deteriorates as the Bryan and

Kane go from buddies to beating each other up again. A little long for my liking, but I personally thought the bit was freaking hilarious.

- Back live with Kane and Bryan backstage, who each claim that the other had something to say to them, before seeing that the good doctor Dr. Shelby has paid them a visit and ask them to come together, as he was invited by AJ, who wants them to try and find a breakthrough again. Shelby has an idea that will ...


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