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- Tonight's WWE RAW opens up from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The pyro and fireworks go off. The lights go out and we get a drum roll. Out comes RAW General Manager Brad Maddox to introduce himself. The fans boo him. He says tonight is the beginning of the Maddox Era. His first official decision is to make Dolph Ziggler vs. Alberto Del Rio for tonight. Maddox says Vickie Guerrero was great but he's determined to be the greatest General Manager of all-time. The music hits and out comes WWE Champion John Cena to a very mixed reaction.
Cena gets boo'd by the Brooklyn fans. Cena says this is the only time during the Maddox Era where the person Maddox is beside in the ring is more hated than him. Cena says we should give Maddox a chance as General Manager. Maddox says he's glad Cena came out and he's admired him since he was a teenager. Maddox says he's going to allow Cena to pick his opponent for SummerSlam. Maddox is going to bring the roster out and let Cena pick his opponent. Cena goes on and out comes Randy Orton with his Money in the Bank briefcase.
Orton says there's a chance Cena won't even be champion at SummerSlam. Orton says he won't cash in tonight because he's not going to make the same mistake Cena did. Orton believes in taking advantage of opportunities and being straight up. Orton came to tell Cena face to face that when he cashes in, Cena will never see it coming. They are face to face when Fandango's music hits. Out he comes with Summer Rae. The fans in Brooklyn do the Fandango dance. Fandango hushes Orton. He says the WWE Universe only wants to see Cena face one person and that person is Fandango. Fandango teaches Cena how to say his name. As he finishes, Orton lays him out. Fandango fights back and they brawl as Cena leaves the ring. Fandango kicks Orton out of the ring and the fans pop. Orton runs back in with a Thesz Press and more right hands. Orton sends Fandango to the floor. Maddox stops them and calls a referee out.
Fandango vs. Randy Orton
Back from the break and Orton is stomping away on Fandango. Orton with a big uppercut but he misses the knee drop. Fandango comes back but Orton blocks him with a suplex. Fandango goes to the floor but Orton follows and knocks him down. Fandango blocks a shot into the steel steps and goes back in. He goes out of the other side of the ring and Orton meets him with a clothesline. Orton back drops Fandango on the barrier.
Orton brings it back in the ring and whips Fandango into the corner. Orton runs into a big boot. Fandango chokes Orton with the middle rope. Fandango with a big right hand from the floor. Orton fights out of a hold and beats Fandango into the corner. Orton mounts Fandango with right hands in the corner. Orton with a dropkick for a 2 count. Orton stomps on Fandango's hands now. Orton gets caught by a kick that sends him out to the floor. Fandango whips Orton hard into the steel steps. Fandango poses on top of the steps as we go back to commercial.
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