WWE RAW Results (4/5) - Otunga-Cena, Swagger-Orton!
By Ryan Clark | April 05, 2010 |
Airdate: Monday, April 5th, 2010 (USA Network)
Location: The Iwireless Center in Moline, Ill.
Results by 411 Mania
"Yes, sir, we promised you a great main eventů"
-Live from the Iwireless Center in Moline, IL
-Hosted by Michael Cole & Jerry "The King" Lawler
-The brand new Heavyweight Champion of the World Jack Swagger joins us to open the program. Swagger tells us to roll up, and we get footage of his shocking cash in on Friday night which gave him the title. Swagger says last Friday he made history. He cashed in Money in the Bank and became our New World Heavyweight Champion. Before he begins with his state of the Championship he has a few opening remarks. Last week he was considering his contract on WWE Champion John Cena, but then I thought if he's truly going to be recognized for what he is then he needed to take on a competitor who is superior to John Cena. A person who calls himself the best in the world at what he does, Chris Jericho. He would have defeated Cena quicker than he did Jericho which was all of 9 seconds. He says now he has to consider exclusively giving his skills to Smackdown, because no one on Raw compares to his abilities. John Cena interrupts and congratulates Swagger, and calls him the luckiest man in the world. He cashed in a briefcase to become World Champion. Cena says that's the easy part, and he's about to learn these people don't care about what he's done. He says part of being Champion is looking forward to what he's about to do. He asks what Jack Swagger is about to do, and says he's announced he's going to Smackdown. He sarcastically says we'll be sorry to see him leave, and Cena understands that the title is exclusive to Smackdown. Cena says Swagger thinks that no one on Raw can compete with him, but Cena thinks he's a liar. He says he's watching Swagger sweat nervously, and he knows he's not Championship material. Cena says he earned his title, but he knows Swagger hasn't earned everything and behind all that All-American American bravado he's nothing but a weasel. He says Swagger wants to shut him up, but if this is going to be his last night on Raw then he needs to face Cena tonight. He says he's so sure he can make Swagger tap out he'll put the WWE Championship on the line. Swagger says that doesn't work for him on a couple levels, and he's going to tell us why but Randy Orton decides to interrupt him. Orton gets in Cena's face and says he's sure that Mr. Swagger being the competitor that he thinks he is would rather face the man who beat him last week and that's him. Now we get another interruption and that's from ShowMiz. Miz says its so typical of Orton and Cena to try to come out and steal the spotlight at the beginning of the show, but let's face the issue at hand and that's that Raw is about the Unified Tag Team Champions ShowMiz. Finally they are interrupted by David Otunga who introduces himself as "the A-List, and Mr. NXT." He says while we know him as the most promising rookie on NXT tonight he's the guest host for Monday Night Raw. He says tonight will be A-List and top notch all around. He tells Swagger he will face the man who pinned him last week, and that's Randy Orton. He orders ShowMiz to defend the Unified Tag Team Titles against Batista and his partner John Cena? Holy Russo Batman! Orton goes to RKO Cena out of nowhere, but Cena pushes him off so he RKO's Swagger instead. Well in fairness Batista and Cena are former World Tag Team Champions. Odds this gets mentioned by anyone tonight? 100 to 1.