|By Marc Middleton | September 24, 2012 | Comments|
- Show enters the ring and Clay gets pumped up. Clay charges but Show drops him with another knockout punch. Show leaves Tensai and Clay laying in the ring as he heads to the back and we get replays.
- Up next, John Cena will speak. Back to commercial.
- Back from the break and out comes John Cena with his arm in a sling.
Cena says as always, there are mixed emotions about him being here tonight. Cena says he wasn't supposed to be here but with his future in question, he wanted to come and say thank you personally. Cena takes his hat off and thanks the fans for their support of the Rise Against Cancer campaign. Cena says WWE has had an unbelievable response and the folks at Susan G. Komen can't believe it. Cena says never doubt the WWE Universe because they are a very powerful group of people. Cena then thanks the fans for their support with his injury.
Cena says he came here to apologize. First he apologizes to referees Chad Patton and Brad Maddox. He apologizes for CM Punk next. Cena goes on and flips out on Punk, threatening to chin check him. Cena says it sucks being on the bench. He doesn't guarantee his recovery but guarantees he will walk into Hell in a Cell. Punk's music hits and out he comes with Paul Heyman.
Punk comes out and cuts a promo on Cena. Punk says he will not be facing Cena at Hell in a Cell. Punk goes on and gives Cena some advice - run. Punk tells Cena to run right now while he can. Punk says he's going to turn his back, count to 5 and when he turns around, if he sees Cena in his pink hat and his pink shirt, he's going to hurt him. Punk says he commands respect. Punk turns around and starts counting. Heyman turns around with him and raises the WWE Title. Cena pulls out a lead pipe. Punk turns around and Cena hits him in the gut with it. Heyman escapes the ring and now Punk crawls out. Cena says real men wear pink. Cena says he hopes to see Punk at Hell in a Cell. Cena's music hits as he holds up the pipe. Cena says that's what he calls a pipebomb. Punk flees to the stage with the WWE Title. Punk runs off to the back as Cena hands the pipe off to a fan behind Cole in the crowd. Cena greets fans at ringside. We see Punk walking backstage. He walks past Mick Foley and they lock eyes. Punk stops and turns around. He kicks Foley in the gut and knocks him to the floor. Punk keeps walking but stops again. He turns around and stops scared. We see Ryback standing there. Ryback stares Punk down as RAW goes off the air.
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