Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Radio:The CAWsCast Returns Tonight At 11:00pmEST

Tune in tonight to www.sundaynightshowdown.com starting at 11pm EST, 9pm MST as The CAWsCast returns to the airwaves on the SNS Radio Network and Caws.ws with "The Phenom" Charles Shane and "Mr. Money on the Mic" JJ (ALL CAPS) $exay. On tonights show Charles and JJ will discuss the fallout from WrestleMania 27, briefly discuss RAW and give a review of THQ's latest Wrestling Title WWE ALLSTARS. As always Charles and JJ will be taking your calls via the skype line sponsored by Headlocks2Headlines.com just add sundaynightshowdown to your buddy's list or simply call 501 588 7957 or send your emails to Charles@caws.ws and join the "Live" chatroom to be an interactive part of the broadcast.
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Radio: Wrestling News Live With Kurt Angle 4/4/11

WNL returned to the airwaves on the SNS Radio Network on 4-4-11 with "The Outlaw of the IWC" The TreyDawg and "Mr. Money on the Mic" JJ (ALL CAPS)$exay. On the show the boys were still buzzing from WNL's WrestleMania moment as WNL family member Riggo 44 proudly displayed the WNL website link at the conclusion of the HHH/Undertaker match that was seen worldwide. JJ ran down the news of the week sponsored by Wrestling-Online.com and after the first break The boys welcomed Olmpic Gold Medalist and 11 time World Champion TNA Superstar and good friend of the show Kurt Angle. Kurt stopped by to discuss the recent "Twittergate" scandal that emerged during the WrestleMania 27 broadcast and the boys allowed Kurt to clear the air and give his side of the story. Kurt apologized on behalf of what happened but found that upon further investigation his twitter account was not hacked but was used by a family member after Kurt went to bed. Kurt addressed what was said about both Jack Swagger and Randy Orton and he had since talked with Orton and things between them are fine, he has no issues with Swagger. Angle tells a story about Orton and he from the WWE, General discussion from Mania is brought up and Kurt gives his thoughts on a few matches, The Outlawing of Chair shots to the head, The possibility of working a WrestleMania match with the Undertaker, Hulk Hogan on American Idol and how that was a good thing for TNA, The creative process in TNA Wrestling and why Vince Russo gets a bad rap in the wrestling Bussiness, His current storyline in TNA and not letting his kids watch the product until the Angle wraps, His Ex wife and how talented she is on camera, The Main Event Mafia storyline that didn't happen , Kevin Nash and why he thinks he left, Bookers role in the WWE, Working on outside projects in TNA such as his movies and what movies he is currently working on, TNA Lockdown , Jeff Hardy and his current issues, Sting, and so much more in this 1 hour and 10 min interview with the 2010 WRA Male Interview of the year from winner(on WNL)After the break Riggo 44joined the show and talked about the infamous WRESTLINGNEWSLIVE.tk banner drop at WrestleMania 27 and what happened after the fact as well as his Mania expierience.The Boys ran down highlights from RAWsuch as the debut of Sin Cara, and The buildup to next years Mania with Cena vs Rock to headline. JJ opened the phonelines and took calls from the WNL family even Walkie called in to talk a little sci fi, JJ opened up the emails and read quite a few before wrapping the show with a little Nas "Hate me now" on this over 3 and a half hour broadcast on the World famous Wrestling News Live....The World is listening.

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ROH Champion Added Back To TNA Roster

Current Ring Of Honor TV Champion Christopher Daniels has been added back to the TNA Wrestling roster. Daniels made his TNA debut last week. His TNA bio can be seen here
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Update On The Mi'z Concussion

According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, The concussion The Miz mention on Raw was Legit. He was said to receive it when John Cena tackled him from the fan barrier to the floor.
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Stone Cold: I Turned Down 'Dancing with the Stars'

The Associated Press published an article today indicating that "Stone Cold" Steve Austin declined an offer to appear on ABC's Dancing with the Stars.

NEW YORK (AP) — Stone Cold Steve Austin says "Dancing with the Stars" isn't is cup of tea — and he turned down an offer to be on the hit ABC series.

In an interview Monday the wrestler said he wasn't interested because he has "two left feet" and his rhythm is "so-so at best."
A message seeking comment from the network was not immediately returned.

But Austin says he enjoys the show, and is cheering on his friend, fellow wrestler Chris Jericho.

He says Jericho "never gets nervous" and that "he's going to go far."
Austin hosts "WWE Tough Enough," a show searching for the next wrestling superstar. Austin says he appreciates the show because when tried to break into the business, he had no such avenue.
"WWE Tough Enough" airs Mondays on USA Network
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Update On Snooki/WWE

According to TMZ, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi said her wrestling days are "over" as she has too much going on in her life to work with the WWE
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King of Trios 2011 feat. Great Sasuke, Manami Toyota, 1-2-3 Kid + 45 mor

The weekend of April 15, 16 and 17th will see 48 wrestlers converge on the former ECW Arena in South Philadelphia for the monstrous King of Trios 2011! The tournament is loaded to the hilt with an incredible array of stars from across the globe - among them are former WWF stars Jinsei "Hakushi" Shinzaki and Dick Togo, as well as current TNA sensation Amazing Red! The first round match-ups have been published on our website, and we are proud to present the complete card for Night 1 (April 15th, 2011):

1) Team Michinoku Pro (Great Sasuke/Dick Togo/Jinsei Shinzaki)
Team Minnesota (1-2-3 Kid/Arik Cannon/Darin Corbin)

2) Team Dragon Gate (Super Shisa/Akira Tozawa/Kagetora)
The Spectral Envoy (Hallowicked/Frightmare/UltraMantis Black)

3) Amazing Red & The Maximos
Mike Quackenbush/Jigsaw/Manami Toyota

4) Team Australia (Tama Williams/Percy/Kabel)
F.I.S.T. (Icarus/Chuck Taylor/Johnny Gargano)

5) Team Osaka Pro (Atsushi Kotoge/Daisuke Harada/Ultimate Spider, Jr.)
The Throwbacks (Dasher Hatfield/Sugar Dunkerton) with Matt Classic

6) Sinn "Kizarny" Bodhi & The Batiri (Obariyon/Kodama)
The Colony (Fire Ant/Soldier Ant/Green Ant)

7) The Osirian Portal (Ophidian/Hieracon/Amasis)
Team 3.0le! (El Generico, Scott "Jagged" Parker/Shane Matthews)

8) Da Soul Touchaz (Willie Richardson/Acid Jaz/Marshe Rockett)
Bruderschaft des Kreuzes (Tim Donst/Delirious/Jakob Hammermeier)

Don't get shut out! Get your advance tickets now: http://www.chikarapro.com/apr-15-2011.php

Season 10 is here:

King of Trios 2011
4.15 - 4.16 - 4.17 - Friday - Saturday - Sunday
Live @ The former ECW Arena
7 W. Ritner St.
in Philadelphia, PA!
The action starts @ 7:30 pm on Friday, April 15th!

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CZW 4.5.11: CZW Best of The Best /International Incident THIS Weekend!‏


– Tickets are going fast for THIS WEEKEND, the most action packed
weekend of professional wrestling in 2011! TWO DAYS! TWO STATES! The
best international talent! TWO Combat Zone Wrestling events. TWO
Westside Xtreme Wrestling events. ONE WEEKEND! THIS WEEKEND!

Get your tickets NOW at CZWrestling.com


2:30 PM*

– Before ‘Best of the Best X’, German’s wXw returns to The
Asylum Arena, 7 W. Ritner ST in Philadelphia with a 2:30 pm bell time.
wXw ‘Kreuzzug ZXI’ will broadcast LIVE on Pay-Per-Stream at


* wXw United World Heavyweight Title Match: Daisuke Sekimoto vs. Chris

* Sami Callihan vs. Bad Bones

* Necro Butcher vs. Karsten Beck

* Four Way Dance: Brandon Gatson vs. Chuck Taylor vs. Emil Sitoci vs.
Johnny Gargano


* No Ropes, Barbed Wire Match: “Crazy Monkey” Jun Kasai vs. Drake

* Brodie Lee and Big van Walter vs. Michael Elgin and Johnny Moss

* Also featuring: Zack Sabre, Jr. and more.

View the wXw ‘Kreuzzug ZXI’ Facebook Event Site



– The tenth Best of The Best heads to The Asylum Arena with an 8 pm
bell time. The action will broadcast LIVE on Pay-Per-Stream at


* Bracket A: CZW’s Akuma vs. CZW’s Jon Gresham vs. wXw’s Zack
Sabre, Jr.

(Check out CZWrestling.com’s preview of this match


* Bracket A: CZW’s Adam Cole vs. ROH’s Kyle O'Reilly vs.
DragonGate USA’s Johnny Gargano

(Check out CZWrestling.com’s preview of this match


* Bracket B: CZW’s Sami Callihan vs. IPW’s Jake Crist vs. CZW’s
AR Fox

(Check out CZWrestling.com’s preview of this match


* Bracket B: PWG’s Brandon Gaston vs. Evolve’s Chuck Taylor vs.
BJW’s Daisuke Sekimoto

(Check out CZWrestling.com’s preview of this match


View the BOTB promo trailer on CZW’s Official YouTube

Also, the CZW Ultraviolent Underground Title Match has been announced
as a *‘Ragnarok ‘n Roll Glass Crush Death Match’* as champion
“Crazy Monkey” Jun Kasai defends against Danny Havoc!

Also announced:

* CZW Heavyweight and Tag Titles on the line as CZW World Heavyweight
champion “The EGO” Robert Anthony and Philadelphia’s Most
Wanted, BLK JEEZ and Joker, team to face CZW Tag Team champions The
Briscoes, along with Devon Moore. (See what EGO and Moxley have to say
about this match at CZW’s Official Youtube


Visit the ’Best of The Best X’ Facebook Event Site


1:30 PM*

– The day after ‘Best of The Best’, CZW and wXw head to The ACE
Arena, 725 Sip ST in Union City, NJ on Sunday, April 10 starting at
1:30 pm.

Combat Zone Wrestling has announced that whomever walks out the CZW
World Heavyweight champion on April 9 at ‘Best of The Best’ will
place the title on the line on April 10 in Union City!

And just added, CZW owner DJ Hyde will take on Daisuke Sekimoto

Also announced for CZW ‘International Incident’:

* Dream Death Match: “Crazy Monkey” Jun Kasai vs. Necro Butcher

* CZW Junior Heavyweight champion Adam Cole vs. Rich Swann

* CZW Wired TV champion Drew Gulak w/ “Full Price” Dewey Donovan
vs. Zack Sabre, Jr.

(For a look a Drew Gulak’s near one-year reign, visit


* Philly’s Most Wanted (Joker/BLK JEEZ) vs. Bandido, Jr./Azrieal

* Sami Callihan vs. Kyle O’Reilly

* Jon Moxley vs. Jake Crist

Visit the ‘International Incident’ Facebook Event Site



– Then at 5:30 pm at the ACE Arena on Sunday, April 10, it’s
wXw’s turn for top not wrestling excitement.


* Kyle O'Reilly vs. Marty Scurll

* Chris Dickinson vs. Karsten Beck


* Daisuke Seikimoto/Johnny Moss vs. The Briscoe Brothers

* Hardcore Match: “Crazy Monkey” Jun Kasai vs. Sami Callihan

* Outback Jack vs. Zack Sabre, Jr.

* Also featuring Big van Walter, Emil Sitoci, and more.

Visit the wXw ‘Kreuzzug ZXI Part 2’ Facebook Event Site





Catch the action leading up to ‘Best of The Best X’ with ‘Status
Update: Fantastic’ on DVD and live streaming. ALSO on THIS DVD: 2008
BJW Death Match featuring Ito vs. MASADA in a No-Rope Barbed Wire,
Cinderblocks, & More with English commentary. Available now at


*View the latest from CZW’s Japan Tour at CZWrestling


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*For the latest news, information, and to sign up for Combat Zone
Wrestling’s text service and e-mail newsletter, visitCZWrestling.com

. CZW DVDs and streaming videos are available on HybridENT.tv


Visit our official DVD affiliates at SmartMarkVideo.com

, RFvideo.com
, and HighSpots.com

For overseas fans, CZW DVDs are available at The wXw Shop

(wXw-Wrestling.com) and BigJapanShop.com


*Be sure to follow CZW on ALL major Social Network Sites:




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WWE Comments On Setting Georgia Dome Attendance Record

After being questioned regrading breaking the Georgia Dome attendance record, WWE posted the following on their facebook:

"Confirmed by our friends at The Georgia Dome, WWE WrestleMania XXVII did in fact set the entertainment event record, with 71,617 fans. The previous record holder, the Backstreet Boys, hosted 65,658 fans on Feb. 19, 2000. The number quoted by Billboard.com in a 2009 article was for a two-day event in Atlanta, not a single performance."
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Results For WWE Raw 4/4/11


The show starts and would you like to play The Game? Triple H comes to the ring and he does his first GameFountain since losing last night to the Undertaker.

Hunter says that this is the most tired and beat up he has been in his entire life. Last night, 71,000 fans in the Georgia Dome, he stood in the ring at Wrestlemania against the Undertaker and his undefeated streak. He says that he has never been a nervous guy, an emotional guy, a guy who gets rattled; but he stood in the ring last night with 71,000 fans and when that gong hit and he came down the ramp, Hunter says that he almost hyperventilated.

Hunter says that he has wrestled Undertaker before, he wrestled him at Wrestlemania before but it has never been like that. The undefeated streak has become everything and Taker is willing to destroy himself to keep it intact. Hunter says that he hit Taker harder than any man in his life. He beat on Taker more than any man in his life and Taker kept coming.

They both left everything in that ring last night. Apparently for him, it wasn’t good enough. Hunter says that you can call him whatever you want but no man has ever walked through his stuff like that. He says that it must be willpower because what Hunter saw being carried out of the arena in a stretcher is a man. A man who is willing to destroy himself to keep that streak intact.

A lot of people are talking about how Taker was carted out and how he is just a man and will never be the same again. Hunter says that he will never be the same again. Some are saying that the Undertaker will not be back. Hunter says that if that is the case, he isn’t buying it, but he wants to say one thing.

Hunter takes off his sunglasses and he says ‘thank you Deadman’. He gave him the fight of his life. Thank you. Hunter says that he doesn’t believe that Taker won’t be back after what happened last night. He knows that Taker will be back and Hunter says that he will be waiting.

Jim Ross mentions that he never remembered seeing Undertaker being carted out. JR also mentions that there are rumors that Michael Cole is going to call Lawler out. Lawler says that he heard that rumor too and that is why he wore his gear.

We go to commercial.

We are back and it was not a dream, Jim Ross is still doing play by play. JR mentions that Steve Austin will be on tonight because Tough Enough debuts after Raw.

JR asks Lawler about his Wrestlemania debut and how he felt about it. Lawler says that he was happy with his performance.

The new Syracuse Orange interrupts Lawler and he says that despite overwhelming odds last night, history was made at Wrestlemania. Despite biased refereeing by Steve Austin, Team Cole emerged victorious. Cole says that he overcame every obstacle to defeat Jerry Lawler. When Wrestlemania, the world was not talking about the Rock or Taker’s undefeated streak. The world was talking about Michael Cole and how he stole the show. Cole points out that he is undefeated at Wrestlemania. With Shawn Michaels now in the WWE Hall of Fame, Cole says that he is Mr. Wrestlemania.

Lawler tells Cole to shut his pie hole. He says that Cole didn’t beat anybody. A stupid computer beat him. Lawler says that he made Cole tap out and he was crying like a little girl. Lawler tells Cole that in his record book, he might have gone down as the winner. Cole will forever be known as a worthless jackass.

Cole tells Lawler to get over it because he beat him. Even with Steve Austin, Lawler couldn’t win. He wants Lawler to admit that he is a better athlete and a better man. Cole has a proposition for Lawler and he suggests a rematch.

Lawler accepts the rematch and suggests that it happen right now.

Lawler and Cole walk to the ring but Cole tells Lawler that he isn’t talking about a Wrestlemania rematch. Cole says that he was talking about a rematch from last week’s Raw against Jack Swagger.

Match Number One: Jerry Lawler versus Jack Swagger

They lock up and Swagger backs Lawler into the corner and Swagger punches Lawler instead of giving a clean break. The referee warns Swagger. Lawler blocks a punch and Lawler with punches of his own. Lawler avoids a punch by Swagger and Jerry with another punch. Swagger with a shoulder in the corner and then he Irish whips Lawler but misses a charge into the corner. Lawler with a punch and then he backs up.

Swagger with a kick and a slam to Lawler. Swagger misses a leg drop and Lawler with a punch and he gets a near fall. Lawler with a punch to Swagger’s jaw but Swagger with a clothesline. Swagger with kicks to Lawler followed by an elbow drop. Swagger walks across Lawler’s chest. Swagger sets for the double jump Swagger Bomb and he misses when Lawler moves out of the way.

Lawler with jabs to Swagger followed by a drop kick. Lawler goes to the turnbuckles and the strap almost down. Cole gets on the apron and then Lawler goes after Cole. Lawler catches up to Cole and Lawler punches Cole.

Swagger puts Lawler in the ankle lock and Lawler tries to fight out of the hold but he taps out.

Winner: Jack Swagger

Swagger refuses to release the hold and the referee has reversed the decision.

Cole yells at the referee for reversing the decision and then Cole asks JR if he thinks it is funny. Cole goes into his crime scene and wonders why JR’s barbecue sauce is in his chamber of suck. Cole squirts the sauce in Cole’s face and JR goes after Cole.

Cole runs like a little girl to the back but JR is on the warpath.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Did You Know that Wrestlemania 27 was the largest crowd for an entertainment show.

We go to a Moments Ago Moment of Michael Cole attacking Jim Ross with his own barbecue sauce because JR was in his seat (but Cole is in his own cubicle.

Cole is joined by Josh Mathews and Booker T (Devon . . . hit the selective mute button).

Match Number Two: Randy Orton and Rey Mysterio versus CM Punk and Cody Rhodes in a Pairing Opponents from two matches at the Pay Per View . . . You mean it was yesterday? Match

Cody and Orton start things off in a battle of former Legacy members. They lock up and Orton backs Cody into the corner but Cody reverses things. Cody with kick to the injured leg followed by a punch. Orton with a Thesz Press and punches to Cody. Rey tags in and he kicks Cody but Cody kicks Rey back. Cody with a snap mare and kick to the back.

Rey with a kick and then a snap mare and Rey tries to take off the mask. We go to commercial.

We are back and Orton with a snap mare to Rhodes and then he hits a knee drop to the face and Orton holds his knee. Orton gets a near fall and then he puts Rhodes in a front face lock. Rey tags in and Orton with a slam and Rey with a springboard leg drop for a near fall. Rhodes with a jawbreaker and Punk tags in.

Punk pulls Rey towards his corner and then he has something to say to Orton. Rhodes tags back in and they hit a double back elbow. Rey with an inside cradle for a near fall followed by a kick and Orton tags back in. Rhodes punches Orton and then he kicks Orton before he connects with forearms.

Orton with a kick but Rhodes with an Irish whip and Orton with a clothesline out of the corner. Orton goes after Punk but that allows Rhodes to recover and he kicks Orton and then he chokes Orton in the corner. Punk tries to work on Orton’s leg but Orton kicks Punk away. Rhodes clips Orton and then he focuses on the knee. Punk tags in and they make a wish with Orton.

Punk with boots to the knee and then he gets Orton up on his shoulder. Orton gets out of the GTS and Orton tries for an RKO. Punk gets loose and he clips Orton and gets another near fall. Punk kicks Orton and we go to commercial.

We are back and Punk has Orton in an Indian Death Lock but Orton punches his way out of the hold. Punk misses a punch and Orton hits a belly-to-back suplex but he holds his leg after hitting the move. Orton struggles to make the tag but Punk pulls Orton out of the corner. Orton is able to make the tag and Rey with the seated senton followed by a springboard moonsault for a near fall.

Rey with kicks to Punk followed by a snap mare and he misses a kick. Punk sends Rey into the turnbuckles and Cody chokes Rey. Orton takes care of Rhodes from the floor. Rey with the drop kick that sends Punk into the ropes. Rey tries for the 619 but Rhodes hits the springboard round kick. Punk gets a near fall and then Rhodes tags back in.

Rhodes with a kick to the midsection followed by kicks to the chest in the corner. Rhodes with a hard Irish whip. Rhodes pulls Rey back into the corner and Punk tags in and they toss Rey into the air and Punk gets a near fall.

Punk with an arm bar. Punk tries for a power bomb but Rey counters with a rana that sends Punk into the turnbuckles.

Orton and Rhodes tag in and Orton with clotheslines followed by a power slam. Rhodes goes to the apron and it is IEDDT time. Orton turns into the mat for the RKO push ups. Orton waits for Rhodes to get up but Orton sees Punk out of the corner of his eye. Orton with an Angle Slam to Rhodes but Punk breaks up the cover. Rey sends Punk to the floor.

Orton with a European uppercut and Rey with a 619 and then Orton hits the RKO for the three count.

Winners: Rey Mysterio and Randy Orton

Steve Austin is walking in the back and he sees Triple H. Austin tells Hunter that if it happens again, he will be there and he tells Hunter that he had a hell of a match. Austin continues to walk into commercial.

We are back with a Sin Cara video package.

In case you missed it, Undertaker is 19-0. Go to WWE.com to see their stories on the match.

Glass breaks and Steve Austin makes his way to the ring because Tough Enough debuts in about 75 minutes. Cole continues to talk about last night’s win and people are probably wishing Austin had his cement truck with him.

Austin gives a hell yeah. He says that Tough Enough premieres after Raw so he asks if people are ready for it, he wants a ‘Hell Yeah’. Austin brings out the contestants to see what they have.

They finally get to the ring and Austin asks them how they are doing. He says that he has 14 men and women. They are going to put them through the basics Stone Cold Style. Austin talks about his trainers, Booker T, Bill DeMott, and Trish Stratus.

Austin says that they are 14 fine human beings, but at the end, there will be only one and it will be Stone Cold’s choice. Austin says the he will let them introduce themselves.

They introduce themselves and Austin tells them to do it short and sweet. Not all of them listen to Austin.

Austin says that it takes a lot of commitment to make it in the square circle.

Speaking of Tough Enough, The Miz comes out and Cole makes you wish he wasn’t wearing spandex.

Miz tells Steve Austin that he is absolutely right. When he was on Tough Enough in 2004, people were telling him to go back to the Real World, but after last night, no one is telling him where to go. We see footage from last night’s match between John Cena and The Miz.

Miz says that he suffered a concussion that would end most people’s careers, but he continued his match and went on to retain his WWE Title. Miz says that the 14 people in the ring can dream of being as successful as him. He main evented Wrestlemania and beat John Cena. He says that he is the most Must See Champion in WWE. He says that he is the new face of the WWE. Miz enters the ring and tells Buckwheat to move. Miz tells them to soak it in because this is the closest they are going to get to a WWE Championship.

Miz looks at Austin and he asks Steve if he wants to hold his WWE Title belt too. Miz asks Austin if he has one more run. Miz asks Austin if he thinks he is ‘tough enough’. Miz asks Austin if they should clear the ring to see if he has one more match.

Austin looks at Miz and then he tells everyone to clear the ring.

Riley attacks Austin from behind and he punches Austin. Get your Stunner count down clock running because it is coming. Riley punches Austin but Austin opens a can of whoop ass on Riley. Riley punches Austin but Austin with a Thesz Press and he punches Riley and follows that with an elbow drop. Austin kicks Riley and the waiter gets Stunnered.

Austin wants something to drink and he gets some beers. Austin gives the beers to the contestants.

Austin walks to the crime scene and Austin decides to give Cole a shower.

We go to commercial.

We back and Did You Know that a lot of countries saw Wrestlemania in a lot of languages.

Match Number Three: Alberto Del Rio with Ricardo Rodriguez and Brodus Clay versus Evan Bourne

Del Rio with a kick to Bourne and then he backs Evan into the turnbuckles. Del Rio kicks and chokes Bourne in the corner. Bourne with a spinning heel kick followed by kicks to the leg. Bourne runs into a boot from Del Rio. Del Rio with a kick to the chest and Bourne goes to the floor. Del Rio sends Bourne into the ringside barrier. Del Rio s