Thanks to Matt Boone and the good people at SEScoops.com, here are the results from tonight’s Monday Night Raw which was in Seattle, Washington. Along with tonight being the last show before the TLC PPV, it was the annual Slammy Awards.
WWE RAW begins with a special Slammy Awards opener. After that we shoot to ringside where it’s just Michael Cole and JBL, as Cole notes they will be joined by Jerry Lawler later tonight.
Daniel Bryan vs. Fandango
Daniel Bryan’s music and out comes the local Washington native. Out next is Fandango and Summer Rae. We are told the first Slammy Award will be presented after this match. The bell rings and Bryan goes after Fandango immediately. The “Daniel Bryan” chants begin almost immediately. Fandango gains control of the offense in the match early on. Bryan begins his comeback with a ton of “Yes!” kicks as his home-state fans chant along. The crowd is insanely into Bryan here tonight in Seattle. Fandango goes out to the floor to recover at one point, but Bryan does his suicide dive through the ropes onto the dancing phenom. Bryan beats up Fandango on the floor a bit before throwing him back into the ring. Bryan goes to the top rope but Fandango catches him coming off into a powerbomb. Awesome. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Bryan appears to be in the middle of a fiery comeback. Bryan does a bunch of “Yes!” kicks and actually badly misses the last shot, which oddly enough the production team shot a tight close-up of as it happened. The announcers spend the next 20-30 seconds trying to cover it up. Fandango cuts Bryan’s momentum off and is now back in control of the offense. Fandango heads to the top rope for his big leg-drop, but Bryan moves and Fandango misses. Bryan goes up top after that and hits a flying headbutt. Bryan calls for the running knee and he hits it. 1-2-3. Daniel Bryan wins.
Winner: Daniel Bryan
After The Match
The lights cut out and The Wyatt Family appears on the titantron. Bray cuts another Wyatt-style promo. He seems upset that Bryan hasn’t accepted his offer to join his family. Bray says if he doesn’t accept his offer, the story won’t have a happy ending. It will end the same way it started, with destruction. He promises to hurt Bryan and to prove that he is actually a monster just like him. He concludes by simply saying, “Join us. Join us, Bryan.” The lights go off, when they come back on, Bryan is leading the fans in a loud “No! No! No!” chant.
The Slammy Awards
WWE Hall Of Famers Booker T and Jerry “The King” Lawler, the hosts of tonight’s Slammy Awards, are introduced. They come out to the podium set up at the top of the stage and officially welcome us to the 2013 Slammy Awards. They encourage everyone to vote. Booker asks Lawler if he’s ever laughed out loud. With that said, they introduce the presenters for the LOL Moment of the Year: The New Age Outlaws.
Slammy Awards: LOL Moment of the Year
Out come Road Dogg and Billy Gunn in the same suits Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels wore in the movie, “Dumb & Dumber.” Awesome. Road Dogg cuts one of his old, fast-talkin’ D-X style of promos. Billy Gunn asks if Road Dogg is not gonna let him talk again this year. Road Dogg laughs and says he’s not very good at it. The crowd interupts them with a loud “one more match” chant. Road Dogg says Gunn’s line only consisted of a few words. They’ve got three words for us: “the nominees are …”
– Vickie Guerrero fired as RAW General Manager
– Titus O’Neil puking on everyone at the Thanksgiving special SmackDown
– Jinder Mahal & Great Khali attempt to “charm” Santino Marella’s “Cobra”
– The Rock’s “Rock concert” at the RAW 20th Anniversary special
We are told how to vote via the WWE App and then Santino Marella’s music hits. The winner of the LOL Moment of the Year will be announced after his match apparently. We head to commercial.
Vickie Guerrero screeches “Excuse Me” and comes out to the top of the stage. She was shown being dissed in the clips from “The Rock concert” so I guess since he’s not there, she accepts on his behalf. She talks about her outfit, grabs the award, and walks off. Yawn.
The Slammy Award goes to: The Rock’s “Rock concert” at the RAW 20th Anniversary special
Santino Marella vs. Damien Sandow
We head to the ring, where Santino is facing Damien Sandow in singles action. The WWE Intercontinental Champion Big E. Langston is out for commentary during the match. They talk on commentary about Langston defending his I-C title ths Sunday aganist Sandow. Meanwhile, Sandow is beating up Santino with ease in the ring. Sandow hits the “elbow of disdain” on Santino for a near fall. The crowd has a dueling chant going on right now, but I can’t quite make it out. Half of it is “Let’s go Sandow” but I can’t figure out what the other half of the crowd is saying. Santino is finally getting some comedy offense in now. He pulls out The Cobra, but Sandow trips him and nails him with the “You’re Welcome” finisher. 1-2-3. Damien Sandow wins.
Winner: Damien Sandow
After The Match
Langston leaves his spot at the announce desk and stands in Sandow’s face, proudly holding up his WWE Intercontinental Championship. Sandow backs off and walks back up the ramp as Langston poses for the crowd with his title.
Slammy Awards: Double-Cross of the Year
The Shield come out to present the “Double-Cross of the Year” Slammy Award. They come out in fancy suits. Ambrose starts by saying, “I know, I know. I look great.” He talks about winning two Slammy’s already at WWE.com. Seth Rollins talks a bit as does Roman Reigns. Reigns continues to talk but Ambrose interupts him. The crowd “oooh’s and ahhh’s.” The nominees are…
– Mark Henry’s retirement swerve
– Shawn Michaels costing Daniel Bryan the WWE Championship at Hell In A Cell
– Paul Heyman turning on CM Punk at Money In The Bank
– Triple H screws Daniel Bryan out of the WWE Championship at Money In The Bank
Shawn Michaels wins. He comes out to accept. HBK says he has a lot on his mind but he was told he can’t talk too long. He says he’s been fortunate to win a lot of Slammy’s over the years, but never for the Double-Cross of the Year. He says that’s ironic because he’s Double-Crossed a lot of people. The crowd starts a “you screwed Bret” chant, but HBK thought they said “you sold out” so he talks about how he sold out a long time ago and that’s why he’s still here. Umm, ok. Mark Henry was robbed.
Kofi Kinston vs. The Miz
Kofi Kingston’s music hits and he comes to the ring. Michael Cole plugs his match and the announcement of the winner of the Double-Cross of the Year as we head to a commercial. After the Slammy announcement, the bell rings and Kingston immediately goes to work on Miz. Kingston stomps away at Miz in the corner of the ring. Miz tries fighting back but Kingston lays him out with a big boot to the face. Kingston continues to beat up Miz more aggressively than he normally is in matches. Miz just avoids a Trouble In Paradise attempt by Kingston. He rolls out to the floor, smiles and walks away. Before he makes it to the back, Kingston cuts him off. Kingston slams Miz’s head into the barricade. Back in the ring, Miz rolls Kingston up out of nowhere and holds the tights during the pin. 1-2-3. Miz wins.
Winner: The Miz
After The Match
Miz is smiling and bragging about beating Kingston. He turns around and Kingston blasts Miz with a big Trouble In Paradise kick. An angry Kingston storms off following the kick.
Slammy Awards: Diva Of The Year
Former WWE Diva Eve Torres comes out to present the Diva of the Year award. Eve says it’s her pleasure to return to WWE to present this Slammy. She says whether you’re on team Total Divas or the AJ-led opposition, the Divas have had one heck of an exciting year. The nominees are…
– The Bella Twins
– The Funkadactyls
– Eva Marie
– AJ Lee
The Bella Twins. Loud mixed-reaction which quickly turns to heavy boo’s as The Bella Twins make their way out. They say they are so honored. Nikki says “thank you for your love” as the crowd boo’s the hell out of them. Nikki tries to keep talking but she’s cut off by their own entrance music. Ouch.
The Slammy Award goes to: The Bella Twins
Rey Mysterio, Big Show, Goldust & Cody Rhodes vs. The Real Americans, Ryback & Curtis Axel
We see a plug for the WWE App as Rey Mysterio’s music hits. Out comes Mr. 6-1-9 himself, Rey Mysterio. Mysterio will be part of an eight-man tag-team match. We head to commercial as we’re told the Diva of the Year will be announced and we’ll get the eight-man tag-match featuring Mysterio when we return. After the Slammy announcement, Ryback and Mysterio start things off for their respective teams in this eight-man tag-team match. RybAxel is mentioned as the team name of Ryback and Curtis Axel as Ryback beats up Mysterio in the ring. Mysterio tags in Big Show and the two big boys circle each other. They lock up and Ryback over-powers Big Show first. They lock up again and this time Big Show over-powers him. Big Show backs Ryback into a corner, tells the crowd “shhhh” and chops the hell out of him. Big Show tags in Goldust, who immediately goes to work on Ryback as we head to a mid-match commercial. We return from commercial and Antonio Cesaro is beating up Mysterio in the ring. Mysterio turns the tide and quickly tags Goldust in. Goldust picks up where Mysterio left off with Cesaro. Cesaro makes it to his corner and tags in Jack Swagger. Swagger beats up Goldust for a while now as the announcers put over some WWE terms that are trending worldwide right now on Twitter. Meanwhile, out on the floor, Cesaro nails Goldust with a clothesline. Back in the ring, Curtis Axel is tagged in and Axel continues the beatdown on Goldust. Ryback is tagged in and the announcers laugh about the “RybAxel” name of the Ryback and Axel tag-team. Ryback tags in Swagger, who continues to punish Goldust in the heel corner of the ring as the fans try to cheer on Goldust to fire up. Cesaro tags back in and stomps the hell out of Goldust. Goldust finally hits a powerslam on Cesaro to show his first sign of life. Before he can make the tag, The Real Americans stop him. Goldust ends up double-DDT’ing them both and tagging Cody Rhodes into the match. Axel tags in on the other side. Rhodes is flying all over the place now as the crowd goes wild. Cody slingshots himself into the ring off the apron with a missile dropkick. Rhodes goes to the top rope backwards and hits a flying moonsault on Axel. The heels interfere, so Big Show comes in and knocks them out to the floor. Everyone is fighting on the floor now as Rhodes and Axel battle in the ring. Mysterio comes out of nowhere and sets Axel up for the 6-1-9. He hits it and does the big dive off the top. 1-2-3. Mysterio wins it for his team.
Winners: Rey Mysterio, Big Show, Goldust & Cody Rhodes
Slammy Awards: Superstar Of The Year
Booker T and Jerry Lawler are shown at the Slammy podium. They introduce the next presenter — Shawn Michaels. HBK comes out again to introduce the Superstar of the Year award. HBK jokes about winning a Slammy already tonight. HBK says we should add “Mr. Slammy” to his long list of nicknames. He says this award should be called the “HB-Shizzle.” The crowd chants for “Daniel Bryan” as HBK announces the nominees, which are …
– Brock Lesnar
– CM Punk
– Big Show
– Daniel Bryan
– Randy Orton
– John Cena
They plug the WWE App for fans to vote for the Superstar of the Year award. Sin Cara’s music hits. Michael Cole says the winner of Superstar of the Year will be announced “in just a bit.” When we return from commercial, we see an “In Memory of Nelson Mandella” tribute graphic. We head back to the Slammy podium and HBK is ready to announce the winner of Superstar of the Year. The winner is Daniel Bryan. HBK seemed nervous to say it. The crowd explodes and Bryan comes out to the podium. HBK goes to hand Bryan the award and then refuses to let it go for a few seconds. Finally he does. Bryan says first of all, he wants to thank Shawn Michaels for the “HB-Shizzle award.” He says if it weren’t for Shawn, he probably wouldn’t be in WWE. He says also, if it weren’t for Shawn, right now he would be the WWE Champion. A loud “Yes! Yes! Yes!” chant breaks out. Bryan says he’s not angry about it. He says The Authority doesn’t want Bryan to be the Superstar of the Year, but the people do. Bryan says if we thought 2013 was good, 2014 is gonna be even better. He says he’s got one more thing to say, “Go Seahawks!” The crowd explodes and then does one final “Yes!” chant before Alberto Del Rio’s music hits.
The Slammy Award goes to: Daniel Bryan
Sin Cara vs. Alberto Del Rio
Sin Cara comes to the ring. He’s got the big arm tattoo, so this is Hunico under the mask again. Cole says Sin Cara will face Alberto Del Rio and we’ll find out the Superstar of the Year Slammy Award winner when RAW returns. We head to commercial. After Bryan’s Slammy speech, Alberto Del Rio comes to the ring for his rematch from last week against Sin Cara. They air a split-screen previously recorded studio interview of Del Rio speaking in Spanish. The bell rings and Sin Cara goes right after Del Rio. Del Rio tries fighting back but Sin Cara uses his speed to remain in control of the offense. Del Rio suplexes Sin Cara but Sin Cara fights back with a dropkick and a series of punches. Sin Cara dropkicks Del Rio out to the floor. Sin Cara flies over the top and splashes onto Del Rio on the floor. Sin Cara continues to beat up Del Rio on the floor. Sin Cara throws Del Rio back in the ring. Del Rio blasts Sin Cara with a kick. Sin Cara goes to the top rope but Del Rio rolls out to the floor. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Del Rio has Sin Cara in a rear-chinlock. We see some highlights from the WWE App showing how Del Rio gained control of the offense during the commercial break. Sin Cara hits Del Rio with a dropkick off the middle rope for a near fall. Del Rio hits Sin Cara with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Sin Cara rolls out to the floor. Del Rio goes out after him and slams him into the barricade. Back in the ring, Del Rio continues to go to work on Sin Cara. A light “this is awesome” chant breaks out as the pace in ths match picks up a bit. Sin Cara hits a tornado DDT on Del Rio as JBL and Michael Cole argue with each other like little children for a solid minute. Del Rio goes for the Cross Armbreaker but Sin Cara reverses it. Sin Cara goes to the top rope but Del Rio stops him. Del Rio goes up after him but Sin Cara jumps over Del Rio and powerbombs him down hard off the top. Sin Cara follows up with a swanton off the top rope. 1-2-3. Sin Cara wins.
Winner: Sin Cara
Slammy Awards: Fan Participation Award
The Prime Time Players come out to the Slammy podium to present the “Fan Participation Award.” They talk about their tuxedos a bit before talking about the fans making their voice heard. Titus O’Neil stumbles over his words a bit as the crowd starts to boo them. The Prime Time Players complain about not being nominated and then do their “millions of dollars” thing. The nominees are …
– Fandango-ing (Fandango)
– YES! YES! YES! (Daniel Bryan)
– Let’s Go Cena/Cena Sucks (John Cena)
– What’s Up?! (R-Truth)
The WWE App is plugged encouraging people to vote as we head to commercial. When we return from commercial, Dolph Ziggler vs. Fandango is announced as the TLC PPV Kickoff Show match. The expert panel at TLC will be Mick Foley, Booker T and The Miz. We go straight to the Slammy podium and Daniel Bryan is announced as the winner of the Slammy for the Fan Participation Award. The crowd does the “Yes!” chant as Bryan makes his way out again. Bryan says he’s at a bit of a loss as to what he should say. He says there’s only one thing left to say. He does the “Yes!” chant a bunch of his music plays again. Bryan walks off and that’s it for this one.
The Slammy Award goes to: Daniel Bryan
Brodus Clay vs. Xavier Woods
We return from commercial following the Fan Participation Award and Brodus Clay and Xavier Woods are in the ring. The two will square off in singles action. The bell sounds and Clay goes to work right away on Woods. Within seconds, Clay hits a big splash on Woods and pins him. 1-2-3. Brodus wins.
Winner: Brodus Clay
After The Match
After the match, Brodus Clay continues to beat up Xavier Woods as R-Truth and Tensai try and stop him. R-Truth checks on Woods as Tensai yells at Clay in the corner. Clay leaves the ring by himself yelling “it’s about me, I’m a main event player.”
Slammy Awards: Insult of the Year
The Miz comes out to announce the Slammy Award for the Insult of the Year. He does a cute little promo about all of the nominees for the Insult of the Year award and then introduces the nominees, which are …
– AJ Lee’s Diva pipe bomb promo
– Zeb Colter insults everyone
– Paul Heyman trashes CM Punk
– Stephanie McMahon degrades Big Show
The Slammy Award goes to: Stephanie McMahon degrades Big Show
The Usos vs. The Wyatt Family
The bell rings and Erick Rowan and Uso clash in the middle of the ring. Uso knocks Rowan out to the floor. Luke Harper tries helping, and he gets knocked out to the floor as well. Both Usos dive out to the floor on Rowan and Harper. Bray is shown laughing at that from his rocking chair. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, and we see Bray rocking in his chair again as Harper is beating up one of the Usos in the middle of the ring. Now we get highlights from the commercial break via the WWE App. Harper headbutts Uso over and over before knocking him flat on his ass. Michael Cole announces that 1.5 million votes have already been cast for the Slammy Awards, shattering previous records. He says that’s not even counting the over 2 million votes on WWE.com for the “web-exclusive” Slammy Awards. Rowan is beating up Uso in the ring again as we once again see Bray rocking in his chair at ringside. Rowan misses a big high spot and now Uso is crawling to his corner. Usos make the tag as does Rowan. Harper and Uso exchange punches, with Uso getting the better. Uso hits a big Samoan Drop on Harper. Harper throws Uso in the air and he lands throat-first on the middle rope. Harper ties Uso’s arms up in the top and middle ropes and slaps him a few times. Harper knocks Uso out to the floor. The other Uso rolls Harper up from behind but Harper kicks out. Uso goes to the top and hits the big splash. 1-2…Rowan breaks up the count. Uso superkicks Rowan off the apron and then turns around into a clothesline from hell from Harper. 1-2-3. The Wyatt Family wins.
Winners: The Wyatt Family
Slammy Awards: Match of the Year
Booker T and Jerry Lawler talk about the Slammy’s some more and they say it’s time to decide the Match of the Year. They introduce our next presenter, WWE Hall Of Famer Bret “The Hitman” Hart. Hart’s music plays and out comes “The Best There Is, The Best There Was, and The Best There Ever Will Be.” Hart says there are thousands of matches in WWE every year and the hardest achievement for any Superstar is to have the best match every night. He says a good match can captivate an audience and change the night. He says a great match can change WWE history. Bret says Match of the Year is the one thing he cherished most in his career. He introduces the nominees for Match of the Year, which are …
Match of the Year (presenter: Bret Hart)
– The Undertaker vs. CM Punk at WrestleMania 29
– The Rock vs. John Cena for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 29
– Cody Rhodes & Goldust (w/Dusty Rhodes) vs. Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns (w/Dean Ambrose) with the Rhodes Brothers’ jobs on the line at Battleground
– Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar in a Steel Cage Match at Extreme Rules
After the nominees are shown, the WWE App is plugged. Natalya’s music hits and out comes the WWE Diva, who stops by the podium to hug Bret before heading to the ring. We head to a commercial. We return from commercial and Bret Hart announces the winner: John Cena vs. The Rock at WrestleMania 29. Cena comes out. The crowd boo’s the hell out of him. He thanks the fans and says it’s a match he’ll never forget and since fans voted for it, they won’t either.
The Slammy Award goes to: The Rock vs. John Cena for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 29
Natalya vs. Tamina Snuka
Following the Match of the Year Slammy being announced, we head to the ring for Divas action. Tamina immediately goes to work on Natalya as AJ Lee looks on. This one didn’t last long, as quick interference from AJ Lee backfires, allowing Natalya to lock Tamina in the Sharpshooter. Tamina taps and Natalya wins.
The Ascension Ceremony
Immediately after the Divas match, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon come to the ring. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial, 20 former WWE and World Champions are in the ring, along with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. Stephanie says we’re in the ring with a bunch of former champions and the pinnacle of that list is the 13 time champion Triple H. HHH thanks Stephanie and thanks “all the great champions” that stand in this ring tonight. He says they all know the hard work that it takes to become a champion. As HHH continues to speak, a loud “Daniel Bryan” chant breaks out. I love it. Daniel Bryan is shown smiling as he is one of the guys in the ring. The chants get incredibly louder as HHH tries to continue speaking. The Seattle fans aren’t stopping. HHH is waiting it out but it’s only getting louder. Mark Henry raises Bryan’s hand. Now the “Yes!” chants break out. HHH is still waiting it out. The fans are only getting louder. This is awesome. This is almost nothing to do with Bryan, yet the crowd is letting their voices be heard, supposedly what WWE claims they want, right? HHH says “that’s a lot of family for one building, Daniel. I should’ve known, a lot of ‘em look just like you.” They all boo. HHH continues his speech about Sunday’s unification match. HHH first introduces the WWE Champion Randy Orton. Out comes “The Viper.” Stephanie McMahon then introduces the World Heavyweight Champion John Cena. Cena comes out and the crowd boo’s the hell out of him much like they did earlier. A cord lowers in the center of the ring and HHH asks them to hand over their Championships so that they can be suspended above the ring. He says for one of them, it’s going to be the last time they’ll be known as champion. A loud “Daniel Bryan” chant breaks out again. Cena shakes Bryan’s hand. Orton says he knows better than anyone what Cena is and isn’t capable of. Orton says when Cena was trying to make a name for himself, he claimed to have ruthless agression. He says if he used to have it, he doesn’t anymore. Orton said Cena told him he got lazy last week.
The crowd does a loud “boring” chant as Orton tries talking over it. They ain’t stopping. Orton says Cena lies when he claims he doesn’t care about being the face of WWE. A loud “Yes! Yes! Yes!” chant breaks out as Orton tries to continue speaking. He keeps trying and they keep getting louder. I think we have next year’s winner for the “Fan Participation” Slammy, eh? Orton addresses some of the Champions currently in the ring that he has embarassed in the past. Orton even brings up the Screwjob and talks about Bret. The crowd “oooh’s and ahhh’s” and that. A loud “you suck, you suck” chant breaks out as Orton wraps up his speech. Cena says one word and the crowd craps on him even worse. This crowd is awesome lol. Cena says he couldn’t help but notice Orton said the word “work.” He says “little example for one second” and grabs Daniel Bryan and brings him to the center of the ring. The crowd goes nuts. Cena says “tell these people your name, please.” Bryan says his name is Daniel Bryan. Cena asks where he’s from. Bryan says he’s from Aberdene, Washington. Cena asks if his mother or father was a former WWE Superstar. He says since he’s been here, you’ve had to work for everything you got? Bryan smirks and says “yes” in a normal voice. The crowd chants “Yes! Yes! Yes!” Cena says he worked for everything he has but Orton got everything handed to him. Cena says he’s going to hit Orton with some truth. Cena says Orton has been given everything. He says Orton hides behind HHH and Stephanie McMahon. Cena questions how Orton has the balls to say he’s better than any of the Champions in the ring. Cena says Orton has had behavior problems in the ring and outside the ring. Cena says the TLC match this Sunday is the biggest in WWE history. Orton says he wants the championships because he’s selfish. Cena says maybe if he wins them he can walk around and say, “hey guys, look! I’m finally what I was supposed to be 10 years ago.” Cena is killing it on this promo, folks. Real good Cena promo.
Cena addresses how nobody wanted to give Dolph Ziggler a chance. He talks about CM Punk being “The Best in the World.” He references Bryan’s only “legitimate” Championship shot being against Cena and Bryan won. Cena shakes Bryan’s hand and says if he wins on Sunday he looks forward to a rematch with Bryan, a “fair rematch.” Cena says when the chips are down he can be just as brutal as Orton. Cena sticks his hand out. He says this Sunday will be physical and brutal, and he will be at his very best, he just hopes Orton is too. He says the last thing anyone is gonna want to deal with is “another Randy Orton excuse.” He tells him “good luck on Sunday, you’re gonna need it.” Orton thinks for a minute and then shakes his hand. Orton cheap shots Cena and the two begin brawling. All of the Champions in the ring try and break them up. Orton pie-faces Punk so Punk beats up Orton. HHH pulls Punk’s hair so Punk beats up HHH. HBK comes out of nowhere and blasts Punk with Sweet Chin Music. Bryan blasts HBK with the running knee. Orton is shoved in Stephanie and Stephanie is down.
HHH checks on Stephanie. HHH gets pissed and nails Orton with a Pedigree. HHH, Cena and Kane help Stephanie up. The four stand there looking at Orton on the ground as the crowd pointlessly chants “Daniel Bryan” again lol. HHH’s music hits as we go off the air.
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