Monday, October 8, 2012

MONDAY NIGHT RAW - October 8, 2012

John Cena announced on Twitter that he's kicking off tonight’s episode of Raw – his first appearance 
on Raw in two weeks! Tune in to USA Network at 8/7 CT sharp, and find out what the Cenation 
leader has in store for CM Punk and the WWE Universe!

Mr. McMahon will be coming to Monday's Raw to deliver a State of WWE Address.
What will The Chairman have to say? Tune in Monday at 8/7 CT on USA Network.
For all the talk about WWE Champion CM Punk facing John Cena at Hell in a Cell, it certainly 
seems like the ravenous Ryback wants a piece of the WWE Champion. 
What does the "human wrecking machine" have in store for The Second City Saint?
World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus’ lengthy winning streak was snapped last Wednesday 
on WWE Main Event when he fell in a Champion vs. Champion Match against CM Punk. 
With proof that The Great White is, in fact, mortal, will this provide Big Show the opening he 
needs to exploit Sheamus’ weaknesses going into Hell in a Cell? And more to the point, has 
Dolph Ziggler finally located the chink in the armor he’ll need to cash in his Money in the Bank contract?

He lifts things up and puts them down! U.S. Champion Antonio Cesaro pulled off the most eye-popping 
moment of last week’s Raw when he hoisted Brodus Clay up for the Neutralizer, eventually driving 
The Funkasaurus down to deal the big man an unusual loss. It’s clear now that, apart from his linguistic 
skills, Cesaro’s calling card is his Herculean strength; which enterprising Superstar will be the 
next one to step to in the ring against him?

The field is narrowing down as the Tag Team Tournament begins to draw to a close, and hungry tandems 
like Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara, The Prime Time Players, Team Rhodes Scholars and “Team Co-Bro” 
(Santino/Zack Ryder) are still very much in the hunt. which team will outlast the others and challenge Team 
Hell No for the twin titles, and, most importantly, will Kane & Daniel Bryan be able to stop bickering 
long enough coming off two big wins to mount a successful defense?






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