Week of 11/14/2011 - 11/20/2011 (Friday - Sunday)

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    Impact got a 1.15, down from last week. Average viewers were down too.

    Date: November 18, 2011
    Location: Webster Bank Arena, Bridgeport, Connecticut
    Commentators: Michael Cole, Booker T, Josh Matthews

    With two days to go before the PPV, most of the card is already set. Rock/Cena will probably be the focal point of the talking which is fine, as long as the rest of the show gets some talking too. Big Show vs. Henry should get a good solid push here and somehow I'm looking forward to that. If they keep it at about ten minutes max it could be ok. Let's get to it.

    We open with Henry in the back choking away at Bryan and beating the tar out of him. He yells about disrespect and carries him into the arena. They hit the ring and Bryan is destroyed with the Slam. Referees come out so Bryan takes another slam. He grabs a mic and says that either he or Big Show is leaving MSG on a stretcher, and it won't be him.

    Show isn't scheduled to wrestle tonight.

    The main event is Orton/Sheamus vs. Barrett/Orton.

    Sin Cara vs. Dolph Ziggler

    This is non-title. Pre-match, Vickie announces that Dolph is fighting twice at the PPV as he did I think last time. The opponent this time is Morrison. The lights are changed again. I wonder if that's the case during the Survivor Series match as well. Ziggler stalls a bit then takes Cara to the mat with a fireman's carry. Cara finally gets some speed going with the Tajiri elbow and a suicide dive to the floor to take out the champ.

    Dolph gets a boot to Cara as he comes in and drops an elbow. He botches the nipup a bit but points for trying. Hashtag heel hooks something like a Fujiwara Armbar but Cara comes up with strikes and the spinning wrist drag out of the corner. An enziguri from the apron sets up a misses swanton. Cara tries to roll him up but Dolph reverses and uses the tights for the pin at 5:25.

    Ziggy talks some trash so Cara beats him up like a rudo. This draws out Swagger and Ryan in that order for the saves.

    Mason Ryan vs. Jack Swagger

    Here's the rare joined in progress match. Swagger takes him to the mat as I don't think this has been going on very long so far. Ryan tries a powerslam but Swagger reverses and takes him down with a Vader Bomb for two. Off to a double chickenwing as this is rapidly approaching Ryan's limit as far as time goes. Here's his comeback with a powerslam as Cole talks about all of the big moments in SS history. Full nelson doesn't work but the second attempt does. The slam ends this clean at 6:18 shown.

    Alicia Fox hits on Gabriel in the back when Ryder comes up and asks for a signature in exchange for a shirt. Show comes up and signs also. Ryder and Gabriel aren't cool with Show being here because he wasn't around for the beatdown earlier. Show asks where Mark is but goes to find Daniel instead.

    Here's Christian who is all banged up with a neck injury as well as his legit bad ankle. Christian insists he fought Sheamus last week as well as all over Europe, during which he hurt his ankle. It may keep him out for a few months but he'll be cheering on Team Barrett on Sunday. Normally he'd be asking for one more match for the world title, but instead here he's wanting one more match period. The fans don't care about his pain and he says he's a man. The people make him sick though and he's through with all of them.

    Bryan is in the trainers' room with AJ for some reason. Show comes in and says it's his fault. He'll go find Henry.

    Ted DiBiase vs. Derrick Bateman

    THEN WHY IS HE ON NXT??? Whatever, as it's not worth thinking about. Maxine interferes a bit and allows Bateman to take over. This isn't going to last long I don't think. NXT is discussed a bit as Bateman hooks that half nelson which was in every match on NXT this past week. I was right as Dream Street ends this at 2:50.

    Show searches for Henry but finds Tyson Kidd and Jinder Mahal, who says something in whatever language he speaks. “You want to repeat that in English?” “No.” PUNCH. Show was also told Henry left the building.

    Here's Show in the ring and he says that the match could have happened tonight. However if that happened, he would have beaten Henry down so badly it would have been a disqualification and no new champion. Show has a piece of his favorite footage which is where Show had his leg broken by Henry. He says it'll be Henry that is carried out of Survivor Series and there will be a new champion. Show holds up his fist and says it's coming for him. He yells at the camera as his music plays.

    Kofi Kingston vs. Hunico

    Hunico says something in Spanish before the bell. Kofi grabs the arm to start and we hit the ropes a bit. Kofi sets for a monkey flip but Hunico fires a dropkick into the ribs to take over. Hunico with a chinlock and Booker says Kofi might tap. Has anyone ever given up to one of those? These two aren't really clicking so far. Off to something like an abdominal stretch on the mat. Kofi makes his comeback as we talk about the elimination match some more. There's the Boom Drop but Trouble in Paradise misses. The top rope cross body is rolled through for two but SOS gets the pin at 5:00.

    Video on Big Zeke.

    Beth Phoenix/Natalya vs. AJ/Kaitlyn

    Beth vs. Eve is a lumberjack match for no apparent reason. Kaitlyn vs. Beth to start and I don't think this is going to last long. Beth and Natalya are called Pin-Up Strong. The team with three nicknames takes over quickly with Nattie hooking an abdominal stretch. Off to AJ who is caught in a Sharpshooter with Natalya bending all the way back to the mat as AJ taps at 2:57. Kaitlyn is all ticked off post match, teasing a heel turn.

    The main event angle from Raw eats up ten minutes.

    Randy Orton/Sheamus vs. Cody Rhodes/Randy Orton

    Cody has officially been relegated to just a guy in trunks instead of an interesting character. I mean, he was getting over as a heel in a character that was even slightly different so KILL HIM NOW!!! Cody vs. Sheamus starts us off but it's off to Barrett less than a minute in. Sheamus takes over and hits the pounding forearms while Barrett is in the ropes. Barrett and the moving hair of death fires back with that bow and arrow hold of his.

    A tag brings in Orton and the place pops. He hits the powerslam and elevated DDT very quickly and calls for the RKO already. Cody comes off the top to break it up but jumps into a boot and the over the shoulder neckbreaker. Barrett kicks Orton down and we take a break. Back with Orton vs. Rhodes as Christian has come down to ringside. The captains slug it out and Barrett wins it, as he should given his backstory. Nice to see that for a change.

    Barrett breaks up an attempted tag in a nice move by coming in and drilling Sheamus before Orton can get to him. There's the hot tag anyway as Sheamus cleans house. Sheamus loads up the Brogue Kick but Christian pokes him with the crutch for the DQ at 7:50 shown of 11:20.

    Rhodes takes a beating post match with finishers a go-go. Barrett takes an RKO and the good guys stand tall.

    Dolph Ziggler b. Sin Cara – Rollup with a handful of tights
    Mason Ryan b. Jack Swagger – Full nelson slam
    Ted DiBiase b. Derrick Bateman – Dream Street
    Kofi Kingston b. Hunico – SOS
    Beth Phoenix/Natalya b. AJ/Kaitlyn – Sharpshooter to AJ
    Randy Orton/Sheamus b. Cody Rhodes/Wade Barrett via DQ when Christian interfered


    Matt Hardy was also arrested after being thrown out. Oh dear.

    Ring of Honor
    Date: November 19, 2011
    Location: Davis Arena, Louisville, Kentucky
    Commentators: Nigel McGuinness, Kevin Kelly

    We're at the first show of the third taping set with the road to Final Battle being pretty clear now. Last week saw Edwards busting out some new tricks to use on Richards which Richards hasn't seen before. That should make for a pretty interesting big show match but as for TV, Richards is killing me. Let's get to it.

    On the opening recap video, there was a message from the station saying that on 1/1/12, this channel may no longer be available. It's not for sure but it's possible I guess.

    The main event is Richards vs. O'Reilly in a Team Richards showdown. Oh freaking great.

    Mike Mondo says he doesn't know his own strength.

    Mike Mondo vs. Alex Silva

    Silva recently won his second OVW TV Title. To be fair he lost it like 9 days later but he did win it so points for that. We're told that we're going to find out who Edwards' trainer is going to be later tonight. They chop it out and do a ridiculous leg lock thing where their legs are tied together and stand on their heads to chop each other. They head to the floor where Mondo hits a big dive.

    Edwards' trainer is Dan Severn. For you people that are saying “who is Dan Severn?” that would be because he never meant anything in mainstream wrestling but was a big deal in the very early days of UFC. Why he was picked is beyond me, but I'm sure it'll be declared AWESOME. They slug it out and Silva grabs a spinebuster for two. Mondo grabs an armlock but Silva grabs a rope. A second spinebuster is countered into a facejam. A double arm DDT gets the pin for Mondo at 5:00.

    Cornette says he doesn't have an official response for Steen yet but on a personal level he says that he's innocent and will officially respond next week.

    Lethal vs. Generico next week for the TV Title.

    Lethal says whatever Mike Bennett is up to, it's not going to work. Bennett had his shot at more time but ran, so Generico gets the next shot.

    Jamin Olivencia vs. Mike Bennett

    Bennett says this is a TV Title match despite a lack of a title for Bennett. A spinebuster puts Jamin down and Bennett is barely breaking a sweat here. Off to a chinlock as Olivencia is the hometown boy. He's an upper midcard face in OVW if I didn't mention that. A running knee by Jamin sets up his comeback and a clothesline gets two. Jamin jumps into a boot but grabs a rollup for two. A sitout Rock Bottom (Box Office Smash) ends Olivencia at 3:34.

    The reveal of Edwards' trainer was on Edwards' Twitter. Richards is mad about it being Severn because Edwards stole it from Richards or something.

    We talk about the All Night Express for no apparent reason.

    The Briscoes want Coleman and Alexander to show that they're better than the tag champions and that challenge is accepted.

    Kyle O'Reilly vs. Davey Richards

    This is getting like 20 minutes isn't it? Davey says the fans are here for American Strong Style, which is ROH style. Great. Truth Martini is on commentary for no explained reason. They trade kicks and strikes as the kickboxing and martial arts begin. Richards takes him down but there's no malice here. They both hit dropkicks to give us a stalemate. They hit the mat for leg locks which goes nowhere.

    Richards kicks him in the face so they slug it out a bit more aggressively here. Now we talk about Edwards stealing Severn as a training partner. Martini talks about how Edwards is lost and he could give Edwards the guidance he needs. O'Reilly throws on rolling butterfly supelexes and off to a cross armbreaker. They slug it out and Richards kicks him down. A running kick to the face of O'Reilly gets two as we take a break.

    Back with O'Reilly getting two and we slug it out even more. The champ takes him down with a clothesline but here are more strikes and kicks. Richards says bring it on so they slap each other a lot. A running knee to the chest gets two for Kyle. A leg trap suplex gets the same and Kyle goes up, only to get knocked to the floor. Richards misses a kick and hits the post by mistake, letting O'Reilly hit a running dropkick off the apron. Missile dropkick gets two and it's off to a guillotine choke.

    Richards rolls into an ankle lock which is reversed into a tornado DDT and back into the choke. Off to a standing version of said choke and Richards grabs the ankle. Kyle rolls through into one of his own but Richards rolls through into one of his own and the other member of Team Richards throws in the towel at 16:30.

    Richards beats up Martini post match.

    Mike Mondo b. Alex Silva – Double Arm DDT
    Mike Bennett b. Jamin Olivencia – Box Office Smash
    Davey Richards b. Kyle O'Reilly via corner stoppage


    Survivor Series 2011
    Date: November 20, 2011
    Location: Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
    Commentators: Michael Cole, Booker T, Jerry Lawler

    Here we are with Rock's first match in seven years. He's teaming with Cena to face Awesome Truth, who have looked like the most thrown on heels that I can think of in a very long time. We also have Punk vs. Del Rio and Show vs. Henry for the world titles. The elimination match (Team Orton vs. Team Barrett) has been built up very well indeed and I'm looking forward to it more than any other match. Let's get to it.

    Johnny Ace opens the show. No real point to this but he's here anyway.

    United States Title: John Morrison vs. Dolph Ziggler

    The fans want Ryder. I mean they REALLY want Ryder. Ziggler takes over to start but a charge in the corner misses to give Johnny NoChance the advantage. They do the always cool slingshot spot, channeling their inner Hennigs. Out to the floor where Morrison hits a huge dive. The fans still want Ryder. Why in the world they're going with Morrison here I have no idea but they're doing it and that's their decision and when Ryder's pop doesn't mean as much, it'll be his fault right?

    Vickie time gives Ziggler control back and he cheats like a hashtag heel. Morrison tries to fight back but walks into a reverse suplex for two. Sleeper hold is countered but an O'Connor Roll gets two for Dolph. Flying Chuck gets two. Why is it called that anyway? Sleeper by Dolph is countered into a sleeper by Morrison which draws a LOUD boo from the crowd. Vickie breaks up a cover off a tornado DDT, drawing an ejection for her.

    Fameasser gets two for the champ but Morrison starts his comeback. Ah John. If only you actually had a chance of winning this match at all. I mean, it's pretty clear you're going but they want to squeeze every drop out of you that they can, even though Ryder is clearly the people's choice. Starship Pain eats knees and Zig Zag keeps Dolph's title at 10:40.

    Vickie comes out and says that Dolph is awesome. Dolph says he is awesome and no one would want to follow that. The fans want Ryder but Dolph says he isn't here. Cue Ryder who hits a Rough Ryder to blow the roof off the place.

    Divas Title: Eve Torres vs. Beth Phoenix

    This is a lumberjill match for no reason whatsoever. Eve jumps into a slam to start but takes over quickly, sending Beth to the floor. Back in a neckbreaker and the standing moonsault get two. We get into the normal set of circumstances with Beth locking in a hold as Eve is in trouble. Eve starts her comeback as this couldn't be more of a beer break match if they put a freaking stamp on it.

    Eve hooks this wicked looking choke which shifts into a triangle choke but it doesn't work as it's a new submission hold that looked good so it can't be the winner early. They exchange rollups for two each and this is still going nowhere. Eve takes her down and sets for the moonsault but Beth goes up top and they fight on the top rope. Beth counters into the Glam Slam off the top for the pin at 4:42.

    Punk is warming up when Otunga comes up and says that Punk should apologize to Cole before he competes tonight, on the orders of Johnny Ace. Punk says he'll think about it after he wins the title.

    Rock has a mic and talks about being here when he was 5 years old and hanging out with Andre the Giant (which he repeats) while he watches his dad defend his WWCensored tag titles. He debuted here in November of 96 with the worst haircut ever and a stupid outfit but they chanted his name. That was the beginning of an odyssey and he went through the company, winning everything in sight. He talks about Awesome Truth a bit and this is going WAY too long at about five minutes now. Now Rock starts a song number, asking the fans to sing New York with him. WAY too long here but the fans were into it.

    Team Barrett vs. Team Orton

    Wade Barrett, Hunico, Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger, Cody Rhodes
    Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston, Sin Cara, Mason Ryan, Sheamus

    This is the match that I've wanted to see more than any other. Ziggler vs. Kofi starts us off after an eternity of entrances. Cara is in white and Rhodes has knee pads. Off to Orton and the RKO ends Ziggler in about 4 seconds. Team Barrett huddles up but Orton jumps them and picks Barrett to beat up. Everything breaks down and Team Orton stands tall. Kofi and Cara try stereo dives but Cara hooks his leg on the ropes and is holding his knee. Great. The fans, again, want Ryder. Cara is eliminated and we're down to 4-4. I'm not so sure how planned that was, but it looked like he grabbed the rope so maybe it was planned.

    Rhodes vs. Orton now and make that Ryan vs. Hunico. I don't expect these two to be in there that long. Hey I'm right as it's off to Kofi very quickly. Kofi runs into a slingshot move and goes crotch first into the buckle for two. Wade in now and it's time for a chinlock. Back to Ryan vs. Hunico and Wales beats up Mexico a bit. Hunico makes a blind tag to Cody who hits the Beautiful Disaster and Cross Rhodes for the pin and a pop plus a chant.

    Off to Sheamus vs. Rhodes and Sheamus powers him into the ropes for the pounding forearms which gets counted along with. Get the fans involved in a match, even with something like that, and they'll love you forever. The referee breaks things up and Cody is able to bring in Barrett who takes over. Off to Hunico and we hear that Sin Cara is trending worldwide. This has been talked about all night by the way but I didn't feel like bringing it up as it makes my head hurt.

    Hot tag brings in Kofi who beats up the Brit because that's what people do. Boom Drop hits as Cole says he's emulating Shawn Michaels. Booker: “I never saw Shawn do a Boom Drop.” Barret avoids the kick but walks into a Pendulum Kick, as does Swagger. Wade drops him dead with a big boot though and Wasteland makes it 4-2. Orton comes in but is sent to the floor quickly. Hunico hits a suicide dive and takes over. Could he be more RKO fodder if he tried?

    Off to Swags who hasn't done much in this so far. Rhodes comes in to work on the arm and gets a near fall. Orton manages to throw Rhodes off and both guys are down. There's the hot tag to Sheamus and one to Swagger as well. The paler one goes up and hits the top rope shoulder. Hunico is sent outside and there's an Irish Curse for Jack. Barrett breaks the Cross up but is knocked to the floor. Sheamus goes after Swagger and it's a LAME DQ to make it 4-1. Did I mention they made it a big deal that Orton is a 4 time sole survivor?

    Sheamus kicks Swagger in the head before leaving and Orton gets the easy pin to make it 3-1. It's Hunico, Cody and Barrett left if you've lost count. Rhodes comes in to pound him down but Orton fires back with the clotheslines and powerslam. Elevated DDT hits and he loads up the RKO. Barrett distracts as Hunico makes a blind tag. Springboard, RKO, 2-1. Barrett comes in and gets taken down but there's an RKO to Rhodes. Randy gets too distracted though and Wasteland ends this at 22:18 with Barrett and Rhodes being the sole survivors. Cara has a ruptured patella tendon.

    The Bellas hit on Del Rio when Ace comes in. There's a LOUD Cody chant for this as Ace talks about Del Rio needing to take this seriously. Del Rio says this is the first defense of many in MSG for him.

    Don't be a bully.

    We get a long video on Show vs. Henry and the ring breaking last month.

    Smackdown World Title: Big Show vs. Mark Henry

    The ring has been reinforced. Show shoves him around to start as I think the fans want Bryan. Show busts out a waistlock and armdrag of all things. Henry goes after the knee which is smart strategy since he can take it down with his power game. If Cara is out like he thinks he'll be, it's six months recovery. He lays on the knee of Show to waste some time. If they keep this a simple power vs. power match, it should be ok. The fans think this is boring and I can't say I disagree.

    The fans chant for Bryan now and Cole says he's not here tonight due to the attack Friday. Show fights back with a DDT and calls for the chokeslam but Henry picks him up with the Slam for two. Splash gets two as well. An elbow drop gets two. Fire Henry chant starts up as does an Undertaker chant. Out to the floor and Henry rams him through the barricade and please don't let it be a lame double countout.

    Thankfully they're both back in and Henry is ticked off. Henry headbutts him on the apron and they load up the superplex. Show breaks it up and hits a superkick of all things to put Henry down. That draws the required HBK chant. And with that, Show goes up to the top rope. He looks SCARED. After about a minute, LUCHA SHOW HITS AN ELBOW OFF THE TOP!!! It only gets two and even the MSG fans are into this now. That draws a Randy Savage chant. Show loads up the punch but Henry ducks and kicks him low for the ULTRA LAME DQ at 13:22.

    Post match Henry loads up the Pillmanization but Show moves at the last minute. Now Show sets to Pillmanize Henry's ankle and drops a leg on it for the injury. Uh, Bryan anyone? No? Well of course not. That would pop the crowd huge and we don't want that. Legit we don't want that. It's the Rock's show.

    Barrett says nothing of note when Awesome Truth interupts him. Barrett makes a Charlie Sheen reference. Oh good grief. Truth and Miz talk about Rock/Cena and Truth talks about seeing pigeons looking at a picture of Rock/Cena. “You know what they said to me? Nothing! They're pigeons! They can't talk!” Awesome.

    The New York National Guard is here and get recognized. Think that draws a USA chant?

    We recap Alberto vs. Punk, which King thinks started at Survivor Series. Del Rio cashed in then won it again at HIAC, so this is Punk's rematch.

    Raw World Title: CM Punk vs. Alberto Del Rio

    Punk has his own ring announcer: The Fink. Punk goes old school ROH with the hoodie. The fans want ice cream. CM grabs a headlock to call some spots and gets two off a shoulder black. Both guys work on the arm with Punk in control at the moment. Del Rio heads to the floor as we hear even more about Twitter. Del Rio heads to the floor twice so Punk hits a suicide dive to take care of him.

    Del Rio takes over and Ricardo gets in a shot as well. Punk chases after him but runs into an Alberto kick. Del Rio works the arm which is psychology baby! GTS is countered so Del Rio hits a single arm DDT for two. More arm work and Alberto goes up for another shot to the arm, getting two. He misses a charge and lands on the floor with a thud. Punk takes him down again (while shaking the arm) and they slug it out.

    Punk takes over with a springboard clothesline for two. He calls for the GTS and Ricardo has a towel for some reason. The GTS is countered and Del Rio gets a Backstabber for two. The knee in the corner misses and the Del Rio enziguri gets two. A Codebreaker to the arm gets two. They go up and Punk gets crotched so that Del Rio can kick the arm again. He misses a charge though and Del Rio's arm hits the post. The Macho Elbow hits for two.

    GTS and armbreaker are countered but the second armbreaker works to put Punk in real trouble. Punk finally gets his feet on the ropes for the break and sets for the GTS, but he only has one arm. Ricardo interferes but gets kicked down. A big kick sets up the Vice and Punk is champion at 17:03.

    Fink does the NEW WWE Champion thing post match which brings a legit smile to my face.

    We recap Rock/Cena vs. Awesome Truth which starts as a big love letter to Rock. The main event was set for Mania a year ago (essay coming soon) but Awesome Truth wasn't happy. This is far more about Rock and Cena, as it should be.

    John Cena/The Rock vs. Awesome Truth

    Gee, who do you think is going to get the most boos? Rock looks great, more muscular that I ever remember seeing him. He starts with Miz as the bell ringer messes up a bit. Cena gives his shirt and a kiss on the cheek to Arnold Skaaland's widow. Rock cleans house with arm drags and La Majistral for two on Miz. Truth wants him so Rock goes Owen with the wristlock counter.

    Rock cleans house again and busts out a fisherman's suplex to Truth but Cena is fighting Miz so there's no count. Miz comes in and wants Cena. The fans think Cena can't wrestle, so they stand around forever. Cena fires off a monkey flip and a dropkick but fans: “You still suck! You still suck! You still suck!” Cena loads up You Can't See Me but goes to look at Rock instead. Rock sees Truth coming to jump Cena and does nothing at all.

    So it's Cena as Ricky Morton here as he gets beaten down, going into the post. Both heels take turns on him and we head to the floor. Fan: “Tell those pigeons who's boss Truth!” Miz hits the low DDT for two. There's the corner clothesline and the fans are either saying he's awesome or awful. Truth pops Cena and Miz gets two off of it. Booker talks about Rock being selfish and we hear about the summer of 2001 when Rock beat Booker time after time.

    Awesome Truth beats down Cena even more as Truth hits a dancing legdrop for two. Hulk Hogan he's not. He goes up for a cross body but Cena rolls through into an FU attempt. Truth rolls through that and gets two. Cena gets in the shot that he needs and hits an AA out of nowhere on Truth. Miz comes in and takes Rock out though so the heels keep the advantage.

    Another dancing legdrop misses and it's hot tag Rock. He cleans house, hitting the Rock Bottom on Truth and the Sharpshooter is put on Miz. Truth comes in with the Little Jimmy to break it up so Cena spears him down. Great, another guy with the spear. Miz takes over but of course runs his mouth and gets caught by the spinebuster and People's Elbow for the pin at 21:45.

    Cena goes to leave but Rock calls him back. They have a pose off and Rock of course is cheered longer and louder. Cena goes to leave but Rock grabs him in a Rock Bottom to end the show.

    Dolph Ziggler b. John Morrison – Zig Zag
    Beth Phoenix b. Eve Torres – Glam Slam from the top rope
    Team Barrett b. Team Orton last eliminating Randy Orton
    Big Show b. Mark Henry via DQ when Henry kicked Big Show low
    CM Punk b. Alberto Del Rio – Anaconda Vice
    The Rock/John Cena b. Awesome Truth – People's Elbow to Miz

    Quick Results

    Hunico/Cody Rhodes b. Kofi Kingston/Sin Cara – Cross Rhodes to Kingston
    Mason Ryan b. Dolph Ziggler via DQ when Vickie Guerero interfered
    Sheamus b. Jack Swagger – Brogue Kick
    Kelly Kelly b. Natalya – Small Package
    Mark Henry/Alberto Del Rio b. CM Punk/Big Show – Del Rio pinned Punk after a World's Strongest Slam
    Randy Orton b. Wade Barrett via DQ when Cody Rhodes interfered

    Percy Watson b. Derrick Bateman – Persecution
    JTG b. Yoshi Tatsu – Rollup
    Titus O'Neil b. Tyler Reks – Clash of the Titus

    Impact Wrestling
    Robbie E b. D-Von – Rollup
    Jesse Sorensen/Brian Kendrick b. Kid Kash/Austin Aries – Spinning DDT to Kash
    Mickie James won a gauntlet match last eliminating Madison Rayne
    Crimson/Matt Morgan b. Mexican America – Carbon Footprint to Anarquia
    Garrett Bischoff b. Gunner – DDT

    Dolph Ziggler b. Sin Cara – Rollup with a handful of tights
    Mason Ryan b. Jack Swagger – Full nelson slam
    Ted DiBiase b. Derrick Bateman – Dream Street
    Kofi Kingston b. Hunico – SOS
    Beth Phoenix/Natalya b. AJ/Kaitlyn – Sharpshooter to AJ
    Randy Orton/Sheamus b. Cody Rhodes/Wade Barrett via DQ when Christian interfered

    Ring Of Honor
    Mike Mondo b. Alex Silva – Double Arm DDT
    Mike Bennett b. Jamin Olivencia – Box Office Smash
    Davey Richards b. Kyle O'Reilly via corner stoppage

    Survivor Series 2011
    Dolph Ziggler b. John Morrison – Zig Zag
    Beth Phoenix b. Eve Torres – Glam Slam from the top rope
    Team Barrett b. Team Orton last eliminating Randy Orton
    Big Show b. Mark Henry via DQ when Henry kicked Big Show low
    CM Punk b. Alberto Del Rio – Anaconda Vice
    The Rock/John Cena b. Awesome Truth – People's Elbow to Miz

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