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By Richard Trionfo on 2012-11-19 23:06:22
Match Number Five: Alberto Del Rio (with Ricardo Rodriguez) versus Randy Orton in a Two Out of Three Falls Match

Fall Number One

Orton blocks a punch and he connects with a few punches. Del Rio with an Irish whip but you don’t do that to Orton because he comes out of the corner with a clothesline. Del Rio with kicks and a snap mare followed by a kick and Del Rio gets a near fall. Orton with a standing drop kick for a near fall.

Orton with a European uppercut but Del Rio sends Orton into the turnbuckles. Del Rio with a suplex. Orton with a kick and forearm to the back followed by a suplex of his own. Del Rio works on Orton’s left arm. Del Rio tries to float over but Orton sends Del Rio to the floor. Del Rio pulls Orton’s shoulder into the rope and then he wrings it into the ring post a few times. The referee makes the five count and he has been disqualified.

Winner of Fall: Randy Orton One Fall to None

We go to commercial.

Fall Number Two

The fall is joined in progress and Del Rio with a back heel kick and he gets a near fall. Del Rio with an arm bar. Orton with a head butt and a belly-to-back suplex. Orton with two clotheslines and then he avoids a clothesline and he hits a power slam. Orton looks around and he tries to send Del Rio to the apron but Del Rio applies the cross arm breaker and Orton taps.

Winner of Fall: Alberto Del Rio One Fall Each

Fall Number Three

The referee checks on Orton and Alberto is told something by Ricardo before the fall starts. Orton is on defense and then they lock up. Del Rio backs Orton into the ropes. Orton with a rollup for a near fall. Del Rio with a kick and then he wrings the injured arm into the mat. Del Rio with a step up enzuigiri into the arm and Del Rio gets a near fall.

Orton with a back breaker to Del Rio. Ricardo trips Orton and the referee sends Ricardo to the back. Del Rio with a lungblower for a near fall. Del Rio twists to the mat and he mocks Orton. Del Rio tries for an RKO but Orton avoids it and Orton sends Del Rio to the apron and hits the IEDDT. Orton twists to the mat but he remembers that his left arm is injured. Orton tries for the RKO but Del Rio blocks it and he floats over for the cross arm breaker and after Orton fights to prevent it from being applied, Del Rio applies it. Orton rolls Del Rio over for a near fall. Del Rio misses the step up enzuigiri and Orton hits the RKO for the three count.

Winner of Fall: Randy Orton

Winner: Randy Orton (Two Falls to One)

In case you missed it about twenty-five minutes ago, we take a look back at John Cena introducing himself to AJ in a friendly way.

We see John Cena twisting his ankle on his way up the ramp.

John is told that he might have a torn meniscus. AJ asks John if he is okay and she says that she is sorry.

We go to commercial.

Match Number Six: Great Khali versus Epico and Primo (with Rosa Mendes)

Before the match starts, Hornswoggle has flowers and they are probably for Rosa Mendes

Primo starts off and Khali sends Primo to the mat. Epico tags in and Khali sends him to the mat and Khali raises his arms because of his awesome athletic prowess. Hornswoggle gives the flowers to Rosa but they squirt in her face.

Khali chops Primo and then he give Epico the Khali Plunge for the three count.

Winner: Great Khali

After the match, Khali and Hornswoggle dance in the ring.

Paul Heyman says that Punk will be so happy, but then he sees something on the list. Paul says that they need balloons.

Miz is walking in the back and we go to commercial.

Match Number Seven: David Otunga versus Miz

Otunga with forearms to the back and then he kicks Miz in the corner. Miz with a kick and punches. Otunga with a kick and then he sends Miz into the ring post shoulder first. Otunga with a side Russian leg sweep for a near fall. Otunga with a slam and elbow drop.

Otunga with another elbow drop for a near fall. Otunga with a reverse chin lock. Otunga with a forearm to the back of the head and then he applies a rear chin lock. Miz with elbows but Otunga with an Irish whip and clothesline into the corner followed by a shoulder tackle for a near fall.

Otunga with a short arm clothesline and then he poses. Otunga with a second one. Otunga hits a third short arm clothesline for a near fall. Otunga with a reverse chin lock. Miz with an elbow but Otunga with a knee. Miz with a rollup for a near fall. Otunga with a clothesline for a near fall.

Otunga returns to the reverse chin lock. Miz tries to get back to his feet but Otunga puts his body weight on Miz and he drives Miz to the mat. Miz gets back to his feet and he finally escapes the hold. Miz with a sunset flip for a near fall. Miz avoids an Otunga charge into the corner and Miz with a near fall on a rollup.

Miz with punches to Otunga. The referee pulls Miz out of the corner and Miz with the Awesome Clothesline. Miz goes up top for the double sledge and he connects. Miz waits to apply the Skull Crushing Finale and he hits it and gets the three count.

Winner: Miz

We see footage from Survivor Series when Sheamus hit the Brogue Kick on Scott Armstrong. Unfortunately, he was wrestling Big Show.

We go to commercial.

We are back and we see what Ryback said earlier in the night.

Sheamus says that before he knocks the bejeezus out of his oppoentn, he has something to get off his chest. When this started, it was about two warriors who battled for the World Title. Even though he lost at Hell in a Cell, he felt honor. It became personal when Show attacked him from behind and he injured William Regal.

Then Big Show pulled the referee in the way to take a Brogue Kick to cost Sheamus the World Title. The funny thing is that through all of this, Show has shown the type of person he is. No matter what we have been through, Show has run away. He came out here after Hell in a Cell and said that he had a smile on his face. Sheamus says that he is not smiling any more. He wants Big Show to get his giant arse out here to settle it once and for all.

Big Show’s music plays and he limps onto the stage, still showing the effects of last night’s attack by Sheamus.

Sheamus asks Show if he remembers the chair.

Show says that they have nothing to settle. At Hell in a Cell, he said he would knock Sheamus out and win the World Title. At Survivor Series, Sheamus beat him within an inch of his life with the chair.

Sheamus says that each and every mark on the chair is a symbol of the beating.

Show reminds Sheamus that he is still the World Champion. Sheamus does not deserve the World Title. He says that Sheamus is like his Irish ancestors. He is barbaric.

Damien Sandow interrupts and he makes his way to the ring to face Sheamus.

Match Number Eight: Sheamus versus Damien Sandow

They lock up and Sheamus backs Sandow into the turnbuckles and Sheamus sets up to punch Sandow and Sandow cowers in the corner. Sandow with a waist lock but Sheamus with an elbow to the head. Sandow rolls to the apron. Sandow with a kick and side head lock. Sheamus with a shoulder tackle and Sandow rolls to the floor.

Sandow returns to the ring and Sandow has a kick blocked. Sheamus with a single leg take down and a side head lock take down. Sandow with punches and kicks to Sheamus in the corner. Sandow is warned by the referee. Sheamus with forearms and punches followed by a knee to the head. Sandow with an Irish whip but Sheamus with a running forearm followed by knees to the head.

Sheamus sends Sandow to the apron but Sandow with punches to avoid the crossfaces on the apron. Sandow with punches and he tries for a suplex but Sheamus blocks it. Sheamus with a suplex for a near fall. Sheamus with a take down and then he stands on Sandow’s arm and then he drops a knee on the arm and shoulder.

Sheamus with a shoulder tackle and then Sheamus blocks a hip toss and he tosses Sandow over the top rope to the floor by the beard. We go to commercial.

We are back and Sandow sends Sheamus shoulder first into the ring post. Sandow with a baseball slide to send Sheamus to the floor. Sandow with a swinging neck breaker on the floor. Sandow gets a near fall when they return to the ring. Sandow with another near fall. Sandow with a reverse chin lock.

Sandow with knees and a forearm to the back. Sandow gets a near fall. Sandow with forearms to the head and then he hits a splash into the back. Sandow with a forearm and elbow across the chest and then he pulls down the knee pad and he drops a knee on Sheamus’ chest. Sandow returns to the reverse chin lock. Sheamus gets back to his feet and then Sandow pulls him back to the mat.

Sandow with a bow before he kicks Sheamus in the back. Sandow with another reverse chin lock. Sheamus tries to escape but Sandow pulls Sheamus back to the mat. Sandow returns to the reverse chin lock. Sheamus with punches but Sandow with a knee and side Russian leg sweep. Sandow sets for the Elbow of Disdain but he takes too long and Sheamus with a uranage back breaker.

Sandow goes to the apron and Sheamus avoids a shoulder and Sheamus with a series of knees and then it is time for the ten cross faces on the apron. Sheamus suplexes Sandow back into the ring and Sheamus goes up top for the shoulder tackle.

Sheamus gets Sandow up for White Noise and then he sets for the Brogue Kick and he connects and gets the three count.

Winner: Sheamus

Vickie Guerrero is with Tamina Snuka in her office and AJ enters. Vickie asks AJ if they have met before. AJ says that she hopes to get to know Tamina much better in the future. AJ wants to talk about the set up with Dolph attacking Cena. Vickie asks AJ if she is going to deny playing tonsil hockey in the ring. Vickie laughs about something, but I am not really certain what it is she is laughing about.

AJ tells Vickie that John is hurt and she wants to know what Vickie is going to do about it. AJ says that if Vickie is not going to do anything about it, she will.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Cole talks about Paul Heyman’s preparations for the Punkiversary.

AJ is walking in the back with Layla and Layla tells AJ to think and she says that it is not worth it. Layla tells her not to go in there. AJ tells Layla to leave her the hell alone.

AJ walks into the locker room and she sees Dolph Ziggler on the other side of the room. She wants to know who the hell he thinks he is.

Dolph tells AJ that girls like her are a dime a dozen. She came from nothing and she will be nothing. He says that she gloms on anyone who shows her attention. He calls AJ pathetic. Every time she loses a piece of her pride and now she is a shell of a woman. He calls her sad, weak, and pitiful. He calls AJ trash.

AJ unleashes a flurry of punches on Ziggler. Cena stops AJ and then Dolph punches Cena. They fight into the bathroom and the walls between the stalls are knocked down. Ziggler goes after Cena’s knee.

We go to commercial.

Josh Mathews is outside the trainer’s room and he says that they thought Cena might have torn his meniscus. Josh suggests that things are worse.

Darren Young and Titus O’Neil are at ringside to watch the next match.

Match Number Nine: Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio versus Daniel Bryan and Kane in a Non Title Match

Kane and Cara start things off and Kane with kicks. Cara with kicks to the leg followed by an enzuigiri. Kane sends Cara to the apron and Cara with an enzuigiri. Kane with a shoulder tackle and Bryan tags in. Bryan sends Cara into the turnbuckles and he connects with Kicks of No. Bryan with a snap mare and knee drop. Bryan goes to the turnbuckles for a knee drop but Cara moves.

Bryan with a kick and then he goes to the ropes for a double jump arm drag. Rey tags in and they hit a pair of kicks to Bryan and Rey gets a near fall. Bryan with a head butt and kicks to the chest. Rey with a kick but Bryan with a kick to the chest and Kane tags himself in despite Bryan’s demands that Kane stay out of the ring.

Rey with kicks and then he knocks Bryan down. Rey with a kick to the knees and Kane falls into the ropes but Kane goes to the floor. Rey with a kick to Kane and then a seated splash onto Kane. Bryan with a knee off the apron to Rey but Cara with a suicide dive onto Bryan.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Kane works on Cara’s neck. We see footage of Kane with a big boot during the commercial break. Kane with an Irish whip and side slam for a near fall. Bryan tags in and he kicks Cara in the back. Bryan sets for the Mexican surfboard and he applies it on Cara and he adds a chin lock. Bryan rakes the face of Cara and then kicks him in the back.

Bryan stomps Cara around the ring. Bryan tags in Kane. Bryan with a snap mare and Kane with a kick to the chest for a near fall. Kane punches Cara and tags Bryan back in. Bryan with a rear chin lock and he applies pressure to Cara’s back. Bryan with a knee to the back and then he drops a knee across the chest. Bryan with an Irish whip and he sets for the running drop kick into the corner but Cara with a back heel kick and a tornado DDT and both men are down.

Rey and Kane tag in and Rey with a drop kick to the knee and then to the head. Kane with a kick followed by an Irish whip and clotheslines into the corner. Rey counters a side slam with a DDT. Bryan breaks up the cover. Cara with a drop kick to Bryan followed by a pescado. Rey comes off the turnbuckles and Kane waits and gives Rey an uppercut. Kane gets a near fall.

Rey drop kicks Kane into the ropes and Rey hits the 619. Rey goes up top and hits the splash but Kane grabs Rey by the throat. Darren enters the ring and the referee calls for the bell.

Winners: Daniel Bryan and Kane (by disqualification)

Young and O’Neil work over Kane. Sin Cara with an enzuigiri to Darren and Bryan with a drop toe hold to Titus and then they fall into the ropes. Rey with a double 619 and then Kane with a choke slam to Titus while Cara hits a springboard senton on Young.

Paul Heyman thanks CM Punk for letting him do this. The sacrifices that CM Punk has made to be WWE Champion for 365 days means that he deserves this. Paul tells Punk that his celebration awaits.

We go to commercial.

We are back with an Earlier Tonight Moment of what happened with John Cena, AJ Lee, and Dolph Ziggler. If you missed it, you will be able to see the whole thing on Superstars.

Paul Heyman is in the ring and he introduces himself. Paul says that you don’t boo him. He is here tonight to honor a man who has successfully defended the WWE Title for 365 consecutive days and the people boo him. Paul wants to know if they are upset with CM Punk for successfully defending the title against John Cena and Ryback.

Are they mad because they made fun of Jerry Lawler. When CM Punk and him give them a taste of attitude after the people yearn for the Attitude Era, they boo him. They will chant ECW at him, but when they are given the Extreme, they boo him.

The WWE Universe cannot handle the greatness of the WWE Champion when he comes into the ring and makes history by raising the bar so high. This man for whom this celebration is for, stands heads and shoulders above the rest. Not just for today but for all time.

It is time to put a smile on your faces because this is a celebration. A celebration of 365 glorious days of the reign of the current and reigning WWE Champion, the best in the world.

CM Punk is introduced and he makes his way to the ring.

Punk allows Paul to keep his mic and Paul is so happy.

Punk says that Shawn Michaels couldn’t do it. Triple H couldn’t do it. Bret Hart could not do it. Punk says that must make him the best there is, the best there was, or the best there ever will be. The Undertaker could not do it. Dewey . . . Dwayne. . . The Rock couldn’t do it.

365 days as WWE Champion. One calendar year.

We have a video package of CM Punk showing the milestones of this 365 day journey that led us to the Punkiversary.

Punk and Paul appear to have enjoyed that video.

Punk says that today is a special day. It is a night of celebration. It is not about the past, it is about looking to the future. Punk says that he knows his place in history. He is on his way to the top. Punk says that he has his eyes set on July 25, 2018. On the 355th episode of Main Event, he will pass Bruno Sammartino to become the longest reigning WWE Champion in history.

Paul says that when he was taking photos in Madison Square Garden. He got to know Bruno Sammartino. He likes Bruno and Paul says that Bruno should be in the Hall of Fame. Punk will be a first ballot Hall of Famer. Bruno could never beat CM Punk.

Hulk Hogan could never beat CM Punk. Another ‘Paul Heyman guy’, Steve Austin could never on his best day beat CM Punk. At the Royal Rumble, not even the Rock will be able to beat CM Punk.

Punk thanks Paul for setting this up. A lot of people asked him about his title reign. He has been asked about his most important victory. There were a lot of them, but to beat Ryback and John Cena single handedly made it to number one with a bullet. Many thought he was going to lose. Only two people believed that he could pull off the impossible and they are both in the ring. CM Punk survived Survivor Series.

Ryback’s music plays and he makes his way to the ring to celebrate the Punkiversary.

Ryback is ambushed by the NXT Three but Ryback takes care of them. They try to stop Ryback in the ring but Ryback fights them off.

Ambrose with elbows to Ryback while Reigns tries to pull him from the ring. They pull the cover off the announce table and they get ready for the triple power bomb on Ryback. They send Ryback through the table.

Punk looks at the damage done to Ryback and the men who caused it look back at Punk.

Punk leaves the ring while Reigns, Rollins, and Ambrose enter.

Punk squats over Ryback and holds the title belt over his head.

We go to credits.

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