Slammy Awards: Fan Participation Award
The Prime Time Players come out to the Slammy podium to present the “Fan Participation Award.” They talk about their tuxedos a bit before talking about the fans making their voice heard. Titus O’Neil stumbles over his words a bit as the crowd starts to boo them. The Prime Time Players complain about not being nominated and then do their “millions of dollars” thing. The nominees are …
– Fandango-ing (Fandango)
– YES! YES! YES! (Daniel Bryan)
– Let’s Go Cena/Cena Sucks (John Cena)
– What’s Up?! (R-Truth)
The WWE App is plugged encouraging people to vote as we head to commercial. When we return from commercial, Dolph Ziggler vs. Fandango is announced as the TLC PPV Kickoff Show match. The expert panel at TLC will be Mick Foley, Booker T and The Miz. We go straight to the Slammy podium and Daniel Bryan is announced as the winner of the Slammy for the Fan Participation Award. The crowd does the “Yes!” chant as Bryan makes his way out again. Bryan says he’s at a bit of a loss as to what he should say. He says there’s only one thing left to say. He does the “Yes!” chant a bunch of his music plays again. Bryan walks off and that’s it for this one.
The Slammy Award goes to: Daniel Bryan
Brodus Clay vs. Xavier Woods
We return from commercial following the Fan Participation Award and Brodus Clay and Xavier Woods are in the ring. The two will square off in singles action. The bell sounds and Clay goes to work right away on Woods. Within seconds, Clay hits a big splash on Woods and pins him. 1-2-3. Brodus wins.
Winner: Brodus Clay
After The Match
After the match, Brodus Clay continues to beat up Xavier Woods as R-Truth and Tensai try and stop him. R-Truth checks on Woods as Tensai yells at Clay in the corner. Clay leaves the ring by himself yelling “it’s about me, I’m a main event player.”
Slammy Awards: Insult of the Year
The Miz comes out to announce the Slammy Award for the Insult of the Year. He does a cute little promo about all of the nominees for the Insult of the Year award and then introduces the nominees, which are …
– AJ Lee’s Diva pipe bomb promo
– Zeb Colter insults everyone
– Paul Heyman trashes CM Punk
– Stephanie McMahon degrades Big Show
The Slammy Award goes to: Stephanie McMahon degrades Big Show
After the nominees are announced, the WWE App is plugged encouraging people to vote. CM Punk’s music hits and out comes “The Best In The World.” Punk will face Shield member Dean Ambrose on RAW next. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial, The Shield is making their way to the ring from the crowd. The Miz announces the winners, which is Stephanie McMahon. Stephanie says what some people consider an insult, she considers a huge compliment because finally all of the fans recognized what’s best for business.
CM Punk vs. Dean Ambrose
Dean Ambrose enters the ring, where CM Punk is already standing. The rest of The Shield remain at ringside. The bell rings and Punk immediately goes to work on Ambrose. Ambrose gets in some offense but Punk cuts him off and is going to work on the arm of Ambrose as the crowd begins chanting “CM Punk, CM Punk.” Ambrose turns the tide and is now having his way with Punk as the crowd yells “you suck” at him. Punk fights back and is now again focusing his attack on the arm of Ambrose. Ambrose regains the offense in the match, but continues to sell his arm in between spots. Ambrose is taunting Punk while he beats him up. The crowd is chanting for Punk, trying to encourage him to make a comeback. Ambrose continues to beat up Punk while Michael Cole points out the many web-exclusive Slammy Awards that The Shield won prior to RAW tonight. Cole announces this is the 1,072nd edition of RAW. Wow. Ambrose is working over Punk in the corner now. Ambrose goes to the well one too many times in the corner and Punk moves, with Ambrose smashing his arm into the post. We get a nice closeup shot of Roman Reigns looking disappointed at ringside. Ambrose rolls to the floor after escaping a GTS attempt by Punk. Punk dives onto Ambrose on the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Ambrose is still beating up Punk. Ambrose beats up Punk for several more minutes until Punk finally fires up for a comeback. Punk nails Ambrose with the flying elbow smash off the top-rope. Punk calls for the GTS. Punk hoists Ambrose up for it but Ambrose escapes. Ambrose sets Punk on the top rope. Punk headbutts Ambrose so he falls off. Punk cross-body splashes Ambrose but Ambrose rolls through for a near fall. A loud “this is awesome!” chant breaks out. Ambrose throws Punk out to the floor right in front of The Shield. Rollins and Reigns simply stare at a hurt Punk and smile. Ambrose comes out and gets in Rollins and Reigns’ face and yells at them. Ambrose says he can handle it himself and both guys smile to each other as Ambrose continues to go to work on Punk. Rollins and Reigns actually leave the ringside area, leaving Ambrose by himself. Punk hits Ambrose with the GTS seconds later. 1-2-3. Punk wins.
Winner: CM Punk
After The Match
CM Punk celebrates a bit, but out of nowhere, Roman Reigns hits the ring and spears the living hell out of Punk. The Shield’s music hits and they leave through the crowd the same way they came.
Slammy Awards: Extreme Moment of the Year
After a lengthy video package talking about the importance of the WWE and World Heavyweight Championship, we return to the Slammy podium where Booker T and Jerry Lawler stand. Their mics don’t work for a second, but they get fixed eventually. The two introduce the hardcore legend and WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley to present the Extreme Moment of the Year. Foley comes out to a huge ovation from the fans in Seattle. A loud “Foley, Foley” chant breaks out as he begins to speak. Foley jokes about Bryan marrying Brie Bella after doing one of his famous “cheap pops.” Foley introduces the nominees for Extreme Moment of the Year, which are …
– The Shield Triple Powerbombs The Undertaker on SmackDown
– Ryback spears John Cena through the LED light board at Extreme Rules
– CM Punk exacts vengeance on Paul Heyman at Hell in a Cell
– The Wyatts crush Kane at SummerSlam
After the nominees are introduced, the WWE App is plugged encouraging people to vote. The Usos come to the ring. Michael Cole says they’ll face The Wyatt Family after the break. We head to commercial. We return from commercial and we see Bray Wyatt sitting in his rocking chair at ringside. We go back to the podium and Mick Foley announces the winner of the Extreme Moment of the Year. CM Punk wins. Punk comes out still selling his ribs from Reigns’ spear earlier. He keeps looking behind him to make sure The Shield aren’t going to sneak attack him from behind. Punk, still in his ring gear, says he feels weird accepting any award without any pants on. He says if people thought that was extreme, wait until we see what he does to The Shield this Sunday at TLC.
The Slammy Award goes to: CM Punk exacts vengeance on Paul Heyman at Hell in a Cell
The Usos vs. The Wyatt Family
The bell rings and Erick Rowan and Uso clash in the middle of the ring. Uso knocks Rowan out to the floor. Luke Harper tries helping, and he gets knocked out to the floor as well. Both Usos dive out to the floor on Rowan and Harper. Bray is shown laughing at that from his rocking chair. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, and we see Bray rocking in his chair again as Harper is beating up one of the Usos in the middle of the ring. Now we get highlights from the commercial break via the WWE App. Harper headbutts Uso over and over before knocking him flat on his ass. Michael Cole announces that 1.5 million votes have already been cast for the Slammy Awards, shattering previous records. He says that’s not even counting the over 2 million votes on WWE.com for the “web-exclusive” Slammy Awards. Rowan is beating up Uso in the ring again as we once again see Bray rocking in his chair at ringside. Rowan misses a big high spot and now Uso is crawling to his corner. Usos make the tag as does Rowan. Harper and Uso exchange punches, with Uso getting the better. Uso hits a big Samoan Drop on Harper. Harper throws Uso in the air and he lands throat-first on the middle rope. Harper ties Uso’s arms up in the top and middle ropes and slaps him a few times. Harper knocks Uso out to the floor. The other Uso rolls Harper up from behind but Harper kicks out. Uso goes to the top and hits the big splash. 1-2…Rowan breaks up the count. Uso superkicks Rowan off the apron and then turns around into a clothesline from hell from Harper. 1-2-3. The Wyatt Family wins.
Winners: The Wyatt Family