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- Michael Cole welcomes us to RAW as Daniel Bryan makes his way out. Cole is joined by Jerry Lawler and JBL on commentary. Bryan takes the mic and fans start chanting yes. There is a ladder set up in the ring.
Bryan talks about Randy Orton and then how everyone is wondering if he can ride the wave of momentum into Money in the Bank and win the ladder match. Bryan wants to be one of the greats and brings up Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin, The Rock and Bruno Sammartino. Bryan says it's been far too long since he won Money in the Bank. He says he will be WWE Champion. Sheamus comes out to the stage and gets a pop from the crowd. Sheamus heads to the ring and brings up how he quickly beat Bryan at WrestleMania. The crowd boos. Sheamus isn't going to let anyone get in his way. They exchange disses and out comes Randy Orton with a mic.
Orton talks about how long it's been since he was champion. Orton says he is starving and a starving man takes what he needs. Orton says he needs the WWE Title. Orton says he will cash it in on the first unexpected champion he sees. Bryan brings up how he made Orton tap out last week and the fans start chanting "you tapped out." Orton threatens to drop Bryan. Orton says nobody is safe at Money in the Bank. Out comes Kane next. He agrees, nobody is safe, especially Orton. Kane says nobody has been more ruthless in WWE than him, especially when it comes to the WWE Title. Fans start chanting for CM Punk but Christian comes out to interrupt. Christian says he has more experience and success than anyone when it comes to Money in the Bank. Christian says he wants one more match and that's going to be for the WWE Title. Christian says he is the best guy in this match. Out comes Punk to a big pop.
Punk says he respects Christian and what he's done in his career but he's the best in the world and he is the best at the Money in the Bank matches. Punk reminds everyone he's won it twice and says soon, he will be the only person to win it three times. Punk says the bottom line is that nobody can touch him in the ring. Punk looks at the camera and says Rob Van Dam's name. He knows RVD is fearless with no regard to his personal safety. Punk gives props to Sheamus and Orton but Bryan cuts him off. Bryan threatens to make Punk tap out if he says one more word. Orton ends up hitting a RKO on Kane while Kane is arguing with Bryan. Everyone waits for a fight to break out. Christian and Punk start backing away from the ring. Orton's music hits as Bryan stares him down. Bryan checks on Kane as Orton heads up the ramp.
- We're going to be looking back at WWE Champions tonight. We get a highlight video for the legendary Buddy Rogers. Then we see a World Heavyweight Title video for Lou Thesz. This is to hype Del Rio vs. Cena for later tonight. We go to commercial.
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