SmackDown results: The Great White and Big Red Monster triumphed, as AJ “hammered” the competition.

Page 1 of 8
June 22, 2012

Big Show and David Otunga took out Brodus Clay

BALTIMORE – With Mick Foley at the helm of SmackDown, World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus reigned supreme in a hard-fought No Way Out rematch against Dolph Ziggler, while Daniel Bryan fell victim to Kane and the questionable actions of AJ.

An elated Theodore Long emerged at the opening of SmackDown, not only rejoicing in the fact that John Laurinaitis had been fired by Mr. McMahon at No Way Out, but also because the Hardcore Legend Mick Foley would be the Interim General Manager for the night.

His celebration came to a sudden halt, however, when Big Show interrupted by promptly making his way past the former SmackDown GM and into the ring.

The World’s Largest Athlete reminded the WWE Universe that he only cares about himself – not Big Johnny getting fired or the opinions of any member of the WWE Universe. Convinced that he would definitively crush John Cena in any fair, one-on-one fight, the giant announced that he was moving on and throwing his hat in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match at the pay-per-view of the same name on July 15.  

The gigantic Superstar was soon engaged by Brodus Clay. Although The Funkasaurus held his own against the nearly impenetrable giant, a sudden sneak attack from behind by David Otunga allowed Big Show to gain a decisive advantage – before finishing off the target of his rage with the WMD.

As the smoke cleared, Otunga added insult to injury, dancing and posing over Brodus to the big man’s own music.   

View Comments

ArticlesYou May Also Like