The fallout from Unforgiven
September 18, 2006
The End of the Rated R Era
John Cena, the new WWE Champion, will be on RAW one night after defeating Edge at Unforgiven. Last night, Cena beat the Rated R Superstar in his hometown of Toronto in a fierce, body bruising Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match. Cena was able to reclaim the WWE Championship after giving Edge an FU off of the top of a ladder and through two tables. The win at Unforgiven keeps Cena from relocating to SmackDown and puts the most coveted prize on RAW back around his waist. Will Edge have anything to say to the new WWE Champion? Does Cena have a message for the Superstars of RAW now that he’s not going to SmackDown?
Two Words: Public Humiliation
D-Generation X fought their way through ECW’s World Champion Big Show and the McMahons in a Hell in a Cell Match at Unforgiven, but the victory wasn’t the only reason DX had to cheer. HBK and Triple H ruined Mr. McMahon’s morale when they thrust the Chairman’s face into Big Show’s exposed backside. What will the most powerful man in sports-entertainment have to say about the public humiliation he suffered at the hands of DX?
The Big Red Monster meets Umaga
A rematch of Unforgiven will take place on RAW, as Kane will once again meet the undefeated Umaga. Last night, the Big Red Machine and the Samoan Bulldozer battled to a double count out when the physicality of their match brought both mammoth Superstars out of the ring for too long. The question of which is the more dominant – the Big Red Machine or the Samoan Bulldozer – has yet to be determined. Will we find out on RAW?
For all the answers, tune in to RAW Monday night at 9/8 CT on the USA Network