WWE RAW for September 17th 2012 after Night of Champions featured the main event of World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus and John Cena against WWE Champion CM Punk and Alberto Del Rio. It is time to run down the results for WWE RAW on 09/17/12.
Here are your quick WWE RAW Results for September 17th 2012. Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara defeated Epico and Primo. Eve Torres defeated Beth Phoenix. Brodus Clay picked up the win over Heath Slater. Dolph Ziggler pinned Santino Marella. Kane and Daniel Bryan retained the WWE Tag Team Titles over Kofi Kingston and R-Truth. Randy Orton pinned Tensai. Damien Sandow pinned Zach Ryder. Sheamus and John Cena defeated CM Punk and Alberto Del Rio when Cena pinned Punk with the foot on the ropes. The full report of the show is now below.
Paul Heyman introduces the WWE Champion CM Punk, who retained the title against John Cena. Cena is out and he wants a return match. It’s the same old matches each and every single month. Alberto Del Rio wants a return match against Sheamus as well. At this point, I screamed in absolute horror. Tonight, A.J. makes Alberto Del Rio and CM Punk against Sheamus and John Cena. Three hours of this show every week.
Jerry Lawler touts, thanking the WWE Universe. Michael Cole, JBL, and Jim Ross will be the commentators.
Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio defeated Epico and Primo when Sin Cara pinned Epico. The standard tag team action between these four men taking place tonight on RAW. Sin Cara picks up the win as Rey takes out Primo.
The Prime Time Players run out and beat up Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio. They want the tag team gold.
Tonight the tag team titles will be on the line once again.
Eve Torres picked up the win over Beth Phoenix after using the ropes for leverage. Layla is on commentary for this match, so likely you can pencil that in for the next Pay Per View. Both women have a match, it’s nothing we have not seen before. Eve wins, such is life.
Brodus Clay pinned Heath Slater. Slater gets headbutted and the splash has put him down for the pin.
The Miz has Booker T on MizTV. The Miz talks with Booker T, and questions his decisions. Ryback is out to face off against the Miz. Ryback is out and the Miz might be fed to him before too long.
CM Punk and Paul Heyman plot.
Dolph Ziggler picked up the win over Santino Marella with the Zig Zag. By the numbers match, as Vickie Guerrero took the cobra away and Ziggler hit the Zag Zag for the pin.
Wade Barrett picked up the win with a huge left hand on Justin Gabriel. Former team mates going one on one on RAW and it was an eventful little match. Barrett and Gabriel had some back and for action.
Jared from Subway pops up for a wacky segment, with R-Truth, Kofi Kingston, Damien Sandow, Zack Ryder, and Ryback. Ryback gets a sub.
Daniel Bryan and Kane retained the WWE Tag Team Titles over Kofi Kingston and R-Truth. The mismatched team of Kane and Daniel Bryan continue to be dysfunctional but work together in the end. Daniel Bryan hugs Kane during this match. Choke Slam hits on R-Truth and the champions retain the titles.
The champions bicker about who is the champion.
Randy Orton scored the win over Tensai with the RKO. Tensai and Orton had a match on Smackdown and they had another match. Tensai rushed Orton, but Orton ducked and RKO gets the pin.
CM Punk, Paul Heyman, David Otunga, and Alberto Del Rio speak.
Damien Sandow uses some big words, but Zack Ryder comes out to shut him up. A.J. makes a match.
Damien Sandow picked the win with a huge neckbreaker on Zack Ryder. Nothing much more to really say about this match, other than Sandow got the win.
Jerry Lawler will have an interview on RAW next week.
John Cena and Sheamus defeated Alberto Del Rio and CM Punk when Cena pinned Punk with the Attitude Adjustment. Good tag team match closed out RAW tonight. All four men competed hard, even if the respective single matches are stale. Controversy at the end, as Cena hits the Attitude Adjustment on Punk, after Sheamus takes out Alberto withi the Brogue Kick. Pin but Punk’s foot is on the rope.
Heyman and Punk yell at the referee. Cena got the controversial win tonight, and that does not set well with the WWE Champion.
RAW was just another three hour show this week, had its moments, both decent and tedious.