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- Michael Cole welcomes us to RAW from Roanoke, Virginia. We go right to the ring and out comes John Cena to a huge pop. Cena says he's out here to answer questions tonight. Cena says his heel injury won't stop him from wrestling Ryback at Extreme Rules. Cena says he hasn't been 100% since 2002 but that's not going to stop him. Cena is interrupted by Vickie Guerrero on the stage.
Vickie is excited Cena will be defending the WWE Title at Extreme Rules. Vickie runs down the Extreme Rules card and hopes the WWE Title match will be extreme. Vickie brings up a stipulation for that match and brings Ryback to the ring. Cena pokes at Ryback for whining the past few weeks. Cena does a bad impersonation. Ryback says he's not fighting Cena tonight. Ryback says Cena and everyone will know that Ryback Rules after Extreme Rules. Ryback picks the stipulation for their match and it will be a Last Man Standing match. Ryback exits the ring and Cena looks on worried.
Randy Orton vs. Damien Sandow
Back from the break and Randy Orton is in the ring for a SmackDown rematch. Damien Sandow is out next. He sings a song about Orton on the way to the ring and it's decent.
Orton attacks Sandow and unloads, taking it to the floor. Sandow tries to regroup but Orton levels him with a clothesline and backdrops him onto the fan barrier. Orton brings it back in the ring but Sandow goes back out. Orton follows and they brawl some more. Orton brings it back in the ring and keeps control. Orton with a series of right hands in the corner. Orton keeps control and poses for the fans. Sandow takes advantage and turns things around. Orton fights back and nails a suplex.
Back from the break and Sandow is in control now. Sandow nails the Elbow of Disdain and covers for a 2 count. Orton comes back with a pair of clotheslines and a powerslam. Sandow hits an elbow but Orton catches him in mid-air with a dropkick. Orton brings Sandow in with a second rope draping DDT. Orton hits a RKO for the win.
Winner: Randy Orton
- Big Show attacks Randy Orton on the stage but we don't see it because the announcers were talking. We get a replay and it shows Show dropping Orton with a knockout punch as he went to enter the backstage area.
- Fandango is backstage dancing with a new dancer as we go to commercial.
- Back from the break and out comes Chris Jericho. He jokes on Fandango and says he's put together a panel to judge Fandango's performance tonight. Jericho brings out his judges - Tensai and Brodus Clay. They come out dancing with Cameron and Naomi. Out next comes Fandango with a new dancer, not Summer Rae. Jericho takes a seat with his judges. Fandango rips Jericho for not winning Dancing with the Stars. Out comes Fandango's opponent R-Truth.
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