|By Raj Giri||August 31, 2012 | Comments|
Cena was out to a decent reaction, more cheers than boos. Show was next with big heat. CM Punk was out with another decent reaction, but more boos than cheers. He stood in the spotlight in the ring for a good 3 minutes with the title in the air, which actually got annoying.
A good match none-the-less. Soon as the bell rang, Cena and Punk went straight for Show. Show's slaps to the chest were loud. He got a microphone to prove that the slaps are legit.
Cena and Show ended up out of the ring, and Cena nailed Show with the steel stairs, and Punk and Cena rolled into the ring and the same time and stared each other down.
From there on it was pretty much one-man out, two-men in. Cena hit an AA on Show, and Punk nailed Cena with the WWE Title and pinned Show to win and fled quickly.
John Laurinaitis came out with a chair and hit Cena with it, and yelled, "PEOPLE POWER!" Cena then hit an AA after ducking a chair shot. He then talked to the audience after, and thanked them. He gave a wristband to a guy with down syndrome sitting in front of us. Very nice of him.
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