Monday, October 3, 2011

Santino Marella Returns To WWE

Santino Marella returned to WWE during Raw tonight. Santino had been out due to injuries suffered during a car crash.
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WWE Announces The Return Of The Big Show

WWE announced during WWE Raw that Big Show would be returning to Smackdown this Friday night.
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Santino Marella Working On TV Show

Over on Twitter, Santino Marella wrote the following:

working on a great new show today it should debut in November, stay tuned for more details
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Audio: Wrestling News Live Following WWE Raw 10/3/11

Tune in tonight to starting @ 11:30pm Est, 9:30pm Mst as Wrestling News Live returns on the SNS Radio Network with “The Outlaw of the IWC” The TreyDawg & “Mr. Money on the Mic” JJ (ALL CAPS) $exay. The boys will rundown the “News of the Week” sponsored by,recap the 10-3-11 edition of WWE RAW and take your phonecalls via the skype line sponsored by just call 501 588 7957 or add sundaynightshowdown to skype or send your emails to and join the “Live” Chatroom to be an interactive part of the show.
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Live results for WWE Raw 10/03/2011

Whatsup guys and thanks for coming to for all your wrestling news, this is the SensationalSequel Sean here and after last nights Hell in a Cell PPV there are questions that need answers. Will Truth and Miz be at Raw tonight? Did Johnny Ace bring them back into the arena, and what will happen with HHH attacking both men after they were handcuffed. All these questions will hopefully be answered tonight with Raw. And don't forget to join us in the chat over at SNS Radio Network to talk about Raw with everyone.

1st match
Randy Orton vs Drew McIntyre

Winner: Randy Orton

After the match Orton picks McIntyre up and RKO's him once more. As Orton watches McIntyre, Mark Henry's music hits, and out he walks to the front of the ring, but does not enter. And instead of entering he holds the title up, showing that he still has the belt. Orton jumps out of the ring and attacks Mark Henry. Security runs down to seperate both men, but they break free and continue to fight until Orton gets the upper hand and throws Henry over the guard rail and backs up telling security hes done.

2nd match
Mark Henry vs John Morrison

Winner: Mark Henry

After the match Henry picks up Morrison and gives him another Worlds Strongest Slam. Henry gets the mic and tells Morrison he just got in the ring with a real man. He then tells Randy Orton that he is done with him, and was told that someone is coming to Smackdown to look for Mark Henry, that when Big Show returns on Friday at Smackdown, it will be the shortest return, because Big Show will be re-entering the Hall of Pain.

Backstage we see several superstars as John Laurinitus walks in and asks David Otunga if he knows anything about the lawsuit R-Truth and Miz placed against the WWE this morning. Otunga says he doesn't know what Ace is talking about, and Vickie Guerrero tells Johnny Laurinitus that they are going to air their grievances to the public and everyone leaves except for Laurinitus, who pulls his phone out and starts texting someone.

Back from commercial and we see Jack Swagger, Cody Rhodes, Vickie Guerrero, Dolph Ziggler, Christian, and Alberto Del Rio in the ring to air their grievances. ADR has a mic and talks about winning the title at Hell in a Cell, and then getting jumped by Truth and Miz, and saying its HHH's fault. Saying that only one person can lower the cell, and thats HHH. Christian gets the mic, and says that HHH being the COO is fine, but since that Raw has become a hostile place, and he will not stand for it anymore. Rhodes gets the mic and says its no longer a conspiracy its a fact that HHH has a ego and he isn't doing anything to help anyone. Swagger gets the mic and says that something about his family calling him, but Vickie gets the mic and is automatically drowned out by the crowd, so David Otunga gets the mic and says that in Harvard, they studied about things like this, that they can either be alone, or band together and take action. HHH's music hits and out he comes to the stage, and asks what happened to the WWE, that at one time there were men who stood in the ring and fought, it didn't matter what happened, they picked themselves up, they fought. That they didn't act like kids, He then says tonight he doesn't want to hear them argue with anyone, he doesn't want to hear them whine, or threaten to sue, that he wants them to fight, and then walks away.

3rd match
Kelly Kelly and Eve vs Beth Phoenix and Natalya Neidhart

Winner(s) ?

Kelly Kelly snaps during the match and begins attacking Beth and screaming at her and Eve pulls Kelly off.

Backstage we see John Laurinitus and HHH where Laurinitus asks HHH to apoligize for knocking him down last night, and that HHH says he should do a vote of confidence with the roster tonight. HHH says to make sure everyone is at ringside tonight, and to make sure he is at ringside also.

4th match
Jinder Mahal vs Santino Marella

Winner: Santino Marella

They show video footage of Miz and Truth from last night's Hell in a Cell ppv.

5th match 12man tag match
CM Punk, John Cena, Kofi Kingston, Evan Bourne, Mason Ryan, Sheamus vs Christian, Dolph Ziggler, Alberto Del Rio, Cody Rhodes, Jack Swagger, David Otunga, 

Winner(s): CM Punk, John Cena, Kofi Kingston, Evan Bourne, Mason Ryan, Sheamus

We come back from video and the entire roster is coming down for the vote of confidence, the divas come out, the referees then come out. Basically everyone in the WWE seems to be coming out.

We come back from commercial and see the entire staff of WWE and here comes HHH, but theres no John Laurinitus. HHH says that everyone has a chance to say what they want about how HHH is doing as COO. HHH says that the job is a lot harder that he expected, but that he was put in the job, he didn't just take it. He says that he is a little bit old school, he likes watching people beating the hell out of each other, he enjoys the chaos that is Monday Night Raw, and that he would bet his life that the WWE Universe enjoys it too. But at the end of the day, isn't that who we work for, the WWE Universe. Wade Barrett gets a mic and HHH cuts him off, and says that its his job to make sure that the entire WWE Universe gets a great show. And he opens it up to the staff. Wade Barrett said he was appointed by the people around the group to talk, he says that HHH has created a hostile work enviroment in the WWE, and that the reason everyone came to the WWE is because they are competitors, they adhere to certain rules, not being attacked in the parking lot. HHH then introduces Wade Barrett to the crowd as the leader of Nexus and does Barrett have a problem because hes not causing the chaos? One of the refs steps up and starts talking, and says he has never seen so much problems with people attacking the refs, what is he going to do to to Ricardo Rodriguez for attacking Chad at Hell in a Cell. Beth Phoenix starts talking about how things could cause problems, but HHH tells her nothing has happened to the divas since he has been there. Jerry Lawler is in the ring, and says he does see Raw spiraling out of control, but he doesn't feel its HHH's fault, he thinks its exactly what CM Punk said, is that someone is behind the scenes pulling the strings trying to cause HHH his job, but unfortunately for everyone, they are paying the price. Apparently someone doesn't want HHH to be in charge of the company, and he is in charge but everything is happening while he a possible cause. Christian has a mic and says no confidence from his colleagues, the refs say no confidence, and then the Diva's say no confidence either. Jerry Lawler looks at Hunter and says, No Confidence, and actions speak louder than words, and he is reluctantly, walking out, and is followed by the roster, the staff, everyone leaves the ringside area. Micheal Cole even gets up and leaves the announce booth, so does Booker T, and the ringside staff, but JR is still sitting there at ringside. The camera men lay down their cameras, and walk out also. JR is the last guy to stand up, as HHH looks at him, and walks out on HHH. HHH is the only WWE Employee still standing. He looks out over the Universe, and John Laurinitus walks out on stage and just stands there, and he then walks out on HHH also. HHH again looks at the WWE Universe and mouths he's sorry, and they fade to black. 

Wow, that was Raw, and wow is all I can say. Raw was awesome tonight, that ending was just absolutely awesome. I do question something, John Cena, CM Punk, Sheamus, and Randy Orton were all missing from the group. Where were they? But wow, that was Raw, and thanks for being right here at H2H with us  for a live Raw. Don't forget to join us over at SNS Radio Network for Wrestling News Live with JJ$exay and Trey Dawg at 1130 EST. Thanks for being here guys, and see you next week.
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TV Rating For WWE Smackdown 9/30/11

The 9/30 edition of WWE Smackdown scored a 1.95 cable rating, down from the 2.30 rating the previous week. This week's show averaged 2.94 million viewers, down from the 3.26 million the previous week.
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TV Rating Breakdown For WWE Raw 9/26/11

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

As reported before, the 9/26 edition of WWE RAW Supershow scored a 2.93 cable rating with 4.15 million viewers.

In the segment-by-segment breakdown, the opener with Triple H, Christian, Vickie Guerrero, Cody Rhodes and Dolph Ziggler opened to a 3.21 rating, down from the previous week's opener. The battle royal for the Intercontinental Title lost 156,000 viewers. The Divas match with Eve Torres and Kelly Kelly vs. Natalya and Beth Phoenix lost another 361,000 viewers.

The Great Khali vs. Mark Henry lost 160,000 more viewers and did a 2.74 quarter-hour rating. The interview with John Cena and match against Christian gained 344,000 viewers, which was below average for the 10pm timeslot. Zack Ryder vs. Dolph Ziggler and the six-man match with Ryder, Evan Bourne and Kofi Kingston vs. Ziggler, Jack Swagger and the returning-turning Mason Ryan lost 284,000 viewers.

CM Punk vs. Alberto Del Rio in the main event gained 49,000 viewers and did a 2.77 quarter-hour rating, which is way below the usual RAW main event numbers. The overrun with the brawl inside of the Hell in a Cell picked up 638,000 viewers and ended at a 3.24 rating.
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WWE Upset With Internet Reaction To Hell In The Cell PPV

According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE officials were said to be upset with the Twitter response to the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.The Twitter response to Hell in a Cell was weaker than most pay-per-view shows, which some are taking as a bad sign for the buyrate.