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- Tonight's WWE RAW opens up with Triple H being introduced. The Game waits in the ring as his music plays. We see The Shield standing guard in front of the ring. Triple H introduces the face of a company, the WWE Champion, the Viper Randy Orton. Out comes Orton.
Michael Cole welcomes us to another Labor Day RAW as Orton makes his way to the ring. Cole is joined by Jerry Lawler and JBL. Orton takes the mic and says protecting the company is his #1 responsibility. He won't let the image of WWE be tarnished. He says if you disrespect him, you're disrespecting the entire WWE and need to be dealt with. A "no!" chant starts up in the crowd. Orton brings up Daniel Bryan and a "yes!" chant starts. Orton says Bryan defaced his personal property last week, the Escalade that Triple H gave him. We see what happened on SmackDown with Orton beating Bryan while The Shield held him, and then spray-painted him. Orton wants to take a page out of Bryan's book and play a game with the fans tonight. Orton asks if Bryan should face him at Night of Champions for the WWE Title. The fans cheer but Orton says no. Orton asks if Bryan has a chance in hell at winning. Fans cheer but Orton says no. Orton asks if Bryan will ever amount to anything in WWE or will he always be a B+ player. Orton asks if Bryan should give up his Night of Champions title shot. Fans chant "no" and Orton says yes. Triple H steps in and says one of his responsibilities is seeing that WWE puts out the best product each week. Triple H says the WWE Universe deserves the best. His other job is to ensure the health and well-being of all the Superstars and Divas. Triple H has been worried about Bryan's health and welfare. Triple H gets a "yes" chant going. He says the fans are causing Bryan to confuse popularity with what's best for business. Triple H brings up Doink the Clown and says he was wildly popular but there was a big reason why Doink was never WWE Champion - because it would have been bad for business. Triple H says Bryan will never be WWE Champion and that's okay. Triple H jokes he can bring back the Cruiserweight or European title so Bryan can go for one of those. Bryan's music hits and out he comes.
Bryan comes out and calls Orton and Triple H clowns. Bryan says Triple H gave up being a man when he cut his hair and became a corporate sellout. Bryan isn't giving up his Night of Champions title shot. Bryan asks if Orton is more masculine than Stephanie McMahon and gets a "no" chant going. Orton threatens more punishment to Bryan. Bryan talks about how Orton has been given everything while he's fought for what he has. Bryan knows he can beat Orton for the WWE Title. Bryan says deep down, Orton and Triple H know it too. Bryan says Orton doesn't have the heart of a champion. He goes to say Orton is nothing but Triple H's b---h. Triple H cuts him off and calls him a grumpy little troll. Triple H says Bryan's anger is misdirected. It shouldn't be directed at them, it should be directed at Big Show. Triple H runs down Big Show. He says Show has an iron-clad contract but just stands around crying each week while Bryan gets beat down. Triple H announces Bryan vs. Show for tonight's main event.
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