It’s Prime Time for the WrassleCast, as we return with our very own prime time players, also known as the WrassleCast all-stars. Batting lead-off are hosts Classick (@classickmateria) and Brent from Georgia (@BL_d2nd), later joined by the WrassleCast diva herself Just Bre (@ShesSoOffBeat) and the WrassleCast Money In The Bank briefcase holder Brandon Murphy (@BrandonMMurphy). Together, these all-stars cover WWF’s Monday Night Raw show from July 16th as well as recap Money In The Bank, TNA Impact and whatever else wrestling-related. Hope you enjoy the show!
It’s another all-new all-star WrassleCast. Hosts Brent and Classick kick off a live Monday Night Raw show talking about what’s been going on with WWE & TNA Impact. They’re later joined by fellow all-stars Brandon Murphy and Keith Holt, Jr. to continue the discussion.
Backstage news and speculation continue, along with a few highlights from Keith’s site, Ring Time Pro Wrestling. Updates on Ring of Honor are also brought up, along with our latest installment of “how to improve Impact Wrestling”, which seems to be a common thread in our WrassleCast shows.
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Brent from Georgia and Classick recap Sunday night’s WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view while also calling some of the action from Monday night’s Raw supershow. What will become of John Cena after his injuries? Which superstars were fired during the broadcast? Find out!
Extreme Rules 2012 pay-per-view results from Chicago, IL:
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United States Champion Santino Marella def. The Miz
Randy Orton def. Kane (Falls Count Anywhere Match)
Brodus Clay def. Dolph Ziggler
Cody Rhodes def. Intercontinental Champion Big Show (Tables Match) - Cody Rhodes the NEW IC Champ!
World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus def. Daniel Bryan (2-out-of-3 Falls Match)
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Ryback def. two local athletes
WWE Champion CM Punk def. Chris Jericho (Chicago Street Fight)
Layla def. Divas Champion Nikki Bella - Layla the NEW Divas Champ!
John Cena def. Brock Lesnar (Extreme Rules Match)
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Injury Update - The following has been posted to WWE.com regarding the status of John Cena’s injuries sustained during the brutal match at Extreme Rules.
CHICAGO – John Cena’s victory over Brock Lesnar came with a steep price, as WWE.com has learned the Cenation leader suffered an injured left arm in his Extreme Rules Match against the wrecking machine at Extreme Rules in Chicago. (PHOTOS)
Lesnar made it a point to punish Cena’s arm in their hotly anticipated bout in Chicago’s sold-out Allstate Arena, trapping his arm in a Kimura Lock halfway through their show-stopping clash. And while Cena – who also took an elbow in the opening moments of the match that split his head open – beat Lesnar by a narrow margin with an Attitude Adjustment on the steel steps, it appears he has ended up the worse for wear despite the victory.
“The most obvious injury was the laceration to his head, which caused a substantial amount of bleeding,” said WWE locker room physician Dr. Chris Amann. “He also has suffered a shoulder injury. Initial testing in the training room leads me to believe there may be torn muscles, possibly a torn rotator cuff or a biceps muscle.”
Unfortunately, there are no specifics available as to the extent of Cena’s condition, although he is still scheduled to appear on tomorrow’s Raw SuperShow. Dr. Amann told WWE.com reporters that doctors would be conducting additional tests in the morning to determine the full scope of Cena’s injuries.
Also, after the match was over and just before Cena was about to leave the ring, he took to the microphone and told the crowd the following:
“I’m probably going to get sent home for speaking when I’m not spoken to, but I think I’m headed home anyway,” Cena said after the match. “And if I know my boss, he’s going to kick me out the door, but he’s going to do it on air, so I hope this is for the world to see.”
“Chicago, I know this is CM Punk’s town, but above all else, this is a wrestling town. Tonight, you people were supposed to see the extreme. I’ve got no left arm, I’m tasting my own blood… and I’m damn proud to say it was in Chicago, IL.”
“All of us — good guys, bad guys, big guys, small guys — all of us give everything we have every night for you guys. And if I gotta take a vacation, so be it. If I’m going away for a while, I just wanna say thanks for one hell of a last ride. I feel great tonight, even with this Chicago crowd that may or may not like me. I listen to that and I think, if I’m going out, I wouldn’t want to do it any other way! Thank you guys, go home safe!”
Join us as we talk WWE Monday night Raw, TNA Impact and a host of other topics!
Check out this vintage-style event sheet for WWE’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view event, featuring the main event match-up of Brock Lesnar versus John Cena.
Please take a moment to check Paul out and give him a huge pop on a job well done!
Special thanks to WrassleCast all-star Brandon Murphy for the find!
With Wrestlemania 28 in the books, it’s time for KLIQ Nation to give our thoughts on what transpired. Timdogg, Adam Black, and Mr. BAMF are joined by the co-host of the Cold Slither Podcast, Classick Material. Did John Cena vs The Rock live up to all the hype? After-all, it was billed as “Once in a Lifetime”. Also, did Triple H successfully end the Undertaker’s Wrestlemania undefeated streak? There’s only one way to find out, and that’s by listening to The KLIQ Nation Podcast, Episode 2!
We also get into some Monday Night RAW discussion, especially involving the surprise at the end of the show.
Outrage over Daniel Bryan jobbing to Sheamus in under five seconds
Undertaker’s welts and Shawn Michaels’ waterworks, plus post-match group hug
Bizzaro World Jim Ross on commentary for Hell in a Cell
John Laurinaitis dressed as Brother Love
#EvilEve turns on Zack Ryder AGAIN
The Funkasaurus dancing with many mamas
P. Diddy’s Polo shirt
Machine Gun Kelly & Flo-Rida…….
Rock is victorious over John Cena in hometown Miami
Monday Night RAW
Rock wants to become WWE champion
Brodus Clay comes to Santino’s rescue
Lord Tensai debuts
Great match with CM Punk vs Mark Henry, with Chris Jericho shenanigans
Alberto Del Rio returns
Classick convinces Mr. BAMF to join Twitter
Michael Bay taking over Halloween franchise
More Transformers the movie hatred
Spider-Man movie talk
Mary J. Blige Burger King commercial