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What Happened After Last Night’s WWE RAW in Tulsa

– Ned B. sent the following:

After Raw ended last night here in Tulsa R-Truth, Jack Swagger, Dolph Ziggler and The Miz came down to beat up on John Cena and Sheamus.

Randy Orton made the save, cleaned house and joined Cena and Sheamus to celebrate as the heels ran to the back and ended the show. There was no dark main event with Cena, Alberto Del Rio and CM Punk, despite previously being advertised.

  • Jimbo

    What? Like Jack Swagger being shoved down our throats? Or when Sheamus first showed up and was just suddenly a world championship contender? Not surprising that fans reject something different when it isn’t given any build.

  • RawisWar

    But when something different does happen fans still aren’t appreciative and say it was too soon hes not ready blah blah blah

  • Jimbo

    You mean being an 11 and 9 time world champion is better with many short 1-2 month long reigns?

    You marks make me laugh. You all like John and Randy, yet your criticize anyone who doesn’t and wants to see something different for a change…it’s the same thing, so you’d all become those people you claim to hate.

    (c wat I did thar?)

  • Destiny

    Its a dark match, as it not seen on TV, so those at home don’t see it. So Randy didn’t end the televised show doing RKOs, and they send people home happy because fans of Randy paid just as much to see the shows as well…don’t like it, don’t go, its really that simple since you know its gonna happen. Fan favs are gonna win, even if its off the air.

    The haters make me laugh. You all hate John and Randy for them “burying” everyone, yet you want the guys you like to have long title runs…its the same thing, so you’d all become those people you claim to hate.

  • Jimbo

    Lets just change the name of RAW and SmackDown to “Orton Buries Everybody” seriously, it’s worse than Cena now.

  • Johnny Nitro

    So Randy Orton RKOing the world to end the show… that is new


    I dont know why WWE feels that they need to send everyone home happy after their shows