Kevin’s Blog: Almost Live, Definitely Half Assed Review of Raw

I was watching the Home Run Derby. This is a Kentucky Derby hat. Much more attractive picture even if Prince Fielder's beard is awesomeness.

Yeah, aw recorded for me while I was scarfing down dry rubbed wings at the Winking Lizard. I also had Thirsty Dog Whippet Wheat and Columbus Brewing Company Summer Teeth for #SippyTimeBeers. Jeremy gave me a “spoiler” in terms of what happens. It’ll be interesting to see if I agree with him when I hear the promo. Time for the review.

CM Punk gets to kick things off. He looks like he wants to molest someone with that mustache. I tweet and half pay attention to Punk’s recap. Lots of cheers. I already can’t wait until he comes back. Punk gets to finish on the Kiss My Ass Club line before Cena interrupts. Punk still getting lots of cheers. They’ve sold me on the PPV already. I have to blog it. Actually live, or mostly live. The dogs will need walked at some point. Jeremy was right. Cena delivered before the interruption by the Raw GM. If he said it, it must be convincing. I’ve defended Cena for a long time, only finally giving up a couple of months ago. He restored my faith some. Jeremy asked if Punk to Cena could be Benoit to the Rock. Only time will truly tell but Cena has had to go against the Rock recently and now Punk. He’s in above his head and if he truly cares about wrestling like he said in Australia, Cena will step it up on the mic.

Cena has to take on McGillicutty & Otunga. We all know that 1 is always better than 2 in wrestling. Duh. I’m going to miss hearing Killswitch Engage every week.

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PWO – Season 4 – Episode 20

PWO is coming into the final stretch for Wrestlelution. How was the show? Click on the Read More button to find out.

Joe Dombrowski & Aaron Maguire introduce the show. Johnny Gargano versus Krimson is the main event tonight. Bobby Beverly starts the wrestling off against Ben Fruith. Dombrowski called this a tune up match for Wrestlelution. (I call it a squash match.)  Beverly punks out Fruith a couple of times.  Fruith slaps Beverly then goes for the Fruith roll up. Beverly gives Fruith a Lionsault wrapped around the ropes. Beverly takes his time slamming Fruith’s head into the ring apron. Fisherman’s suplex only gets two because Beverly just stands on Fruith’s chest. A back elbow sends Fruith to the outside. Fruith got thrown back into the ring. Beverly  showed off to the crowd. Fruith shoulder blocks Beverly off the apron then gave him a sling shot cross body (That looked awful.) Fruith got a two count. Fruith with a German Suplex then a running knee to the chest. A Stunner by Beverly turns things around. Beverly nails him with an enziguri. Beverly pulls up Fruith from a pin then gives him the Super Kick for the win. Bobby Shields came out and gloated to Fruith. While Dombrowski & Maguire were doing a run down at the desk, Matt Cross walks into the back ground.

Analysis: Fruith got in more offense than I expected and it wasn’t executed as well as it could have been. I think it is lack of strength more than technique. He needs to add some muscle. His offense helps the match look like it was a solid win instead of a squash. Score: 0.

Flip Kendrick is doing clock sounds. Louis Lynden says the clock is counting down to the biggest event of their careers. Lynden says that they have been training harder than they ever have before. Kendrick finishes by saying they’re going to “Take the belts for real, son.” Analysis: Good little promo. They’re working better on the mic as a team. Score: +1.

Bobby Shields came to the ring to take on “Omega” Aaron Draven. (I’m looking forward to this one.) Arm drag and reversals by both men start the match. Double leap frog then a drop kick by Draven. Shields hung Draven on the top drop. Shields dropped a pair of knees. After a running knee to the face, Shields dropped him across the second rope with a neck breaker. Shields does push ups while head scissoring Draven. (Nice.) STO takes down by Shields. Draven spins away from a fist drop. Draven gives Shields a spring board cutter. Draven with a head scissors take over. Shields gave Draven a Falcon Arrow. Draven slipped out of a back body drop, hooked Shields, got reversed and turned into a German Suplex pin. Shields set Draven on the top rope, Draven tossed him down. Draven with the Warrior’s Way Double Stomp for the victory.

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