WWE House Show Results (2/25/12) - Ontario, California

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Hey guys, I attended the RAW live event Saturday night at the Citizens Business Bank
Arena in Ontario, California. Here is the Champ's Report of the

Match #1

David Otunga vs Brodus Clay w/Cameron

cut a promo on how John Laurinaitis will become the GM of both RAW and
Smackdown. Otunga started the match by flexing his muscles. Brodus
started to imitate his flexing much to the delight of the crowd. A slow
match that saw Brodus win with a big splash. 1-2-3.

Winner: Brodus Clay

The Funkasaurus was very over.

Match #2

JTG vs Ryback

sure who was the face and who was the heel here. They each were sort
of both. Anyway, this was pretty much a squash. Ryback had JTG in a
Torture Rack and hit him with a Fallaway Slam. 1-2-3.

Winner: Ryback

Match #3

Nikki Bella w/Brie Bella vs Beth Phoenix (c) for the WWE Divas Championship

me just say this. The Bella Twins (or at least Nikki) are FAR better
wrestlers than what we see during their 2 minute TV matches. The Bellas
spent the match trying to cheat. Beth wanted a handicap match, but the
ref wouldn't allow it. Funny spot occured when Nikki had the Glamazon
down. Nikki took off Beth's tiara thing, put it on her own head and
attempted to hit the Glam Slam on the Divas Champion, but it wasn't
going to happen. Brie gets on the apron to distract the ref, but Beth
shoves Nikki into Brie. Brie falls to the floor and Nikki eats the Glam
Slam. 1-2-3.

Winner: And Still WWE Divas Champion Beth Phoenix

Best match of the night...so far.

Match #4

Primo and Epico (c) w/Rosa Mendes vs Alex Riley and Mason Ryan for the WWE Tag Team

tag champs wrestle like a well oiled machine, but the challengers are
over for some reason. Mason dominates until the champs are able to take
him down and work on his leg. Mason makes the hot tag and A-RY is on
fire. Rosa tries to pull Mason Ryan off of the ring apron, but she isn't
strong enough. When Mason turns around, Rosa runs away screaming. This
distraction allow Primo to hit the Backstabber on Riley. 1-2-3.

Winners: And Still WWE Tag Team Champions Epico and Primo

Not bad, not great.

Eve comes out to major heat. She cuts a carbon copy of the promo she did on
Smackdown (the clip didn't air, but was put on WWE.com). She told us that she
deserves respect and how Zack Ryder never had a
chance with her. Hoeski chant breaks out. Eve storms away.

Match #5

The Miz vs R-Truth

slow start with Miz doing a lot of retreating. This match was very good
once it really got going. Truth wins with his Complete Shot finisher.

Winner: R-Truth

Intermission time

Match #6

Santino Marella vs Jack Swagger (c) for the WWE United States Championship

This was a comedy match for the most part. Swagger eventually hits the Gutwrench
Powerbomb for the 1-2-3.

Winner: And Still WWE United States Champion Jack Swagger

Match #7

Chris Jericho vs Kofi Kingston

cuts his "Best in the world at everything I do" promo before the match.
This was the match of the night. Kofi hit a Cross Body off of the top
rope for a near fall. Jericho attempts to lock in the Walls of Jericho,
but Kofi reverses it. Kofi attempts the Boom Drop, but Y2J counters it
into the Walls of Jericho. Kofi struggles to get to the ropes, but
Jericho pulls him to the center of the ring. Kofi is about to tap out,
but he rolls over and gets Jericho in a Small Package. 1-2-kickout. Kofi
nails the Trouble in Paradise. 1-2-Jericho gets his foot on the bottom
rope. Kofi is frustrated and tries to attack Jericho, but the ref pulls
Kingston away. This allows Jericho to poke Kofi in eye and hit the
Codebreaker. 1-2-3.

Winner: Chris Jericho

Bravo Gentlemen.

we get set for our main event, Justin Roberts thanks us for coming. He
is interupted by David Otunga (now wearing a sweater and drinking
coffee). He announces by order of the Executive Vice President of Talent
Relations and future permanent General Manager of Both Smackdown and
RAW, Mr. John Laurinaitis. This match will have a special guest
enforcer............Chris Jericho.

Main Event

CM Punk (c)
vs Dolph Ziggler vs Kane in a Triple Threat Match for the WWE
Championship with Chris Jericho as the Special Enforcer.

grabbed a mic and said "I really hate to waste everyone's time, but I
have a message for "Johnny". This also applies to Chris Jericho and
Dolph Ziggler. You 3 can kiss my ass" Ziggler retreated to let Punk and
Kane wear each other out. Dolph would try and sneak back in to steal a
pinfall, but it didn't work. Punk and Ziggler work together to get Kane
out of the ring. While Ziggler and Punk are exchanging blows, they
accidently knock referee Scott Armstrong out of the ring. Chris Jericho
is now the referee. Punk kicks Ziggler in the head and locks in the
Anaconda Vise. Dolph taps, but Jericho doesn't call for the submission.
Punk is angry, but before he can react, Jericho nails the Codebreaker on
Punk. Jericho pulls Ziggler on top of Punk and counts...1-2-kickout by
the WWE Champion. Jericho is mad and grabs a steel chair. Before
Jericho can use it, Punk kicks it in Jericho's face. GTS to Ziggler.
Scott Armstrong recovers 1-2-3.

Winner: And Still WWE Champion CM Punk

A fun main event that capped a solid show.

Biggest Pops
CM Punk
Chris Jericho
Kofi Kingston

Biggest Heat
Eve (By Far)
The Miz

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