|By Marc Middleton | July 17, 2012 | Comments|
- Still to come, Show vs. Punk. Back to commercial.
- We get more hype for Tout. This time they show fan videos that have been uploaded to the site tonight. Fans share their favorite RAW moments.
Brodus Clay vs. JTG
We go to the ring and out comes Brodus Clay with Naomi and Cameron. Fans voted on WWE's website tonight and it's announced that Christian will defend the WWE Intercontinental Title on RAW next week against an un-named opponent. We go to commercial with Clay in the ring.
Back from the commercial and we get the official invitation to Daniel Bryan and AJ's wedding next week. It's announced that Bryan and AJ will be special guests on Christian's Peep Show this Friday on SmackDown. We go back to the ring and here comes JTG.
The bell rings and Clay goes to work on JTG with the power moves. Clay with a big suplex and elbow drop. Clay runs into a big boot and has his knee taken out. JTG takes Clay down and stomps away. JTG continues the assault and mocks Clay's dancing. Clay finally catches JTG's clothesline and throws him with a suplex. Clay with a headbutt and splash for the win.
Winner: Brodus Clay
- Clay, Naomi and Cameron dance in the ring with some kids after the match.
- Up next is Punk vs. Big Show. Back to commercial after some more hype for the 1000th RAW.
CM Punk vs. Big Show
Back from the break and out comes WWE Champion CM Punk for tonight's non-title main event. Big Show is out next.
The bell rings and Punk dodges shots from Show. Punk throws some kicks but Show takes him to the corner and hits a right hand. Punk comes out fighting but Show knocks him to the mat with a headbutt. Show runs over Punk with a clothesline after more offense. Show stands on Punk's back and goes to the floor for a big chop to the chest. Punk fights back on the floor but Show knocks him back down. Punk shoves Show into the ring post and brings it back in the ring. Punk unloads with kicks but Show drops him with another headbutt.
Show keeps control and puts the boot to Punk in the corner. Show charges in the corner but Punk puts his foot up. Punk leaps off the top but Show catches him in a bearhug. Show slams Punk and runs his mouth to the fans. Show with right hands and more trash talking now. Punk gets up and fights back. He jumps on Show's back for a sleeper hold. Show breaks out and drops Punk with a sideslam. Show misses the splash from the second rope as Punk rolls out of the way. Punk fights back and staggers Show but can't knock him down. Punk charges but Show hits a big back body drop. Show gets ready for the knockout punch but Punk ducks it. Punk hits a superkick and another kick to the head. Punk sends Show to the corner with another kick and then hits the high knee. Punk hits another high knee. He nails a third high knee and then the bulldog but it's blocked. Show misses a splash in the corner and finally goes down.
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