Randy Orton vs. Christian: Over the Limit 2011 - World Heavyweight Championship Match
DVD Preview: Over the Limit 2011 - Randy Orton defends the World Heavyweight Championship against Christian06/17/2011 - 11:30
John Cena vs. John Laurinaitis: WWE Over the Limit 2012 John Cena hopes to teach John Laurinaitis a lesson, but he's got a backup plan ready. 05/19/2015 - 16:08
Rey Mysterio surprises CM Punk with the Mysterio Express: Over the Limit 2010 Rey Mysterio catches CM Punk by surprise with the Mysterio Express at Over the Limit 2010. 12/11/2012 - 11:01
John Cena vs. John Laurinaitis: WWE Over The Limit - DVD Preview Check out a preview of the WWE Over The Limit DVD. 06/08/2012 - 15:44
Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. Randy Orton vs. Chris Jericho: WWE Over The Limit - DVD Preview Check out a preview of the WWE Over The Limit DVD. 06/08/2012 - 15:40
CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan - WWE Championship Match: WWE Over the Limit 2012 Daniel Bryan challenges CM Punk for the WWE Championship at WWE Over the Limit 2012. 06/08/2012 - 15:34
The WWE Universe gives their thoughts on the Big Show's actions at WWE Over the Limit Those in attendance at WWE Over the Limit share their feelings on what transpired during the match between John Cena and John Laurinaitis. 05/21/2012 - 17:46
Non-supporters of John Laurinaitis give their thoughts on his win: WWE.com Exclusive, May 20, 2012 WWE Superstars who were hoping for a John Cena win are none too happy with John Laurinaitis' win. 05/21/2012 - 00:39
Layla comments on successfully defending her Divas Championship: WWE.com Exclusive, May 20, 2012 Layla talks about her big win over Beth Phoenix. 05/21/2012 - 00:30
Christian talks about winning the Intercontinental Championship: WWE.com Exclusive, May 20, 2012 Christian explains why he decided to challenge for the Intercontinental Championship. 05/21/2012 - 00:28
CM Punk talks about his win over Daniel Bryan: WWE.com Exclusive, May 20, 2012 A battered and beaten CM Punk talks about his grueling match with Daniel Bryan. 05/21/2012 - 00:24
While Big Show says nothing, other WWE Superstars give John Laurinaitis a standing ovation: WWE.com Exclusive, May 20, 2012 A silent Big Show storms off as John Laurinaitis receives a standing ovation from his supporters. 05/21/2012 - 00:11
WWE Over the Limit 2012 Pre-Show Zack Ryder battles Kane in the WWE Over the Limit 2012 Pre-Show. 05/21/2012 - 00:01
John Laurinaitis is congratulated backstage at WWE Over Limit: WWE.com Exclusive, May 20, 2012 WWE Superstars and Divas applaud John Laurinaitis and "People Power" overtaking John Cena at WWE Over The Limit 2012. 05/21/2012 - 11:47
Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks continue their support for "People Power": WWE.com Exclusive, May 20, 2012 After removing signs of anti "People Power", Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks trash the negativity backstage at WWE Over The Limit. 05/21/2012 - 11:22
Big Show refuses to explain his actions from WWE Over Limit: WWE.com Exclusive, May 20, 2012 After shocking the WWE Universe at WWE Over The Limit by helping John Lauriniatis defeat John Cena, Big Show chooses not to speak to WWE.com reporters. 05/21/2012 - 12:24
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Jerry Lawler vs. Michael Cole - Kiss My Foot Match: Over the Limit 2011
Michael Cole loses a Kiss My Foot Match to Jerry Lawler and winds up smothered in J.R.'s BBQ sauce as "The King" invites Cole's other scorned rivals to join the party on May 22, 2011.02/29/2012 - 13:30
Could Big Show have saved his job any other way?
May 20, 2012
John Laurinaitis’ absolute power (deviously dubbed People Power by Laurinaitis himself) was supposed to have met an ugly end at WWE Over the Limit. The WWE’s Board of Directors had finally painted the Executive Vice President of Talent Relations and General Manager of both Raw and SmackDown into a corner ... but little did they or anyone else know that Laurinaitis had a 7-foot tall, 441-pound wrecking ball to take down a wall, allowing him to escape ( PHOTOS).
Big Show was humiliated and then fired by Laurinaitis on Raw less than a week before Over the Limit ( WATCH). Therefore as a former WWE talent, Big Show cannot be terminated for protecting Laurinaitis’ place atop WWE’s power pyramid as any other Superstar or Diva would have been.
Big Show expressed his love for competing in front of the WWE Universe as he was forced to plead for his job in front of them. Does Big Show love being a WWE Superstar so much that he could surmise no other way to be rehired by WWE? Were there any other paths leading to renewed employment for the embattled behemoth?
If Laurinaitis had been beaten by Cena and terminated himself, would his replacement have had enough common sense to bring back one of WWE’s most decorated Superstars? Would Chief Operating Officer Triple H have rehired Big Show himself immediately, before even naming Laurinaitis’ replacement? Would the Board of Directors, who obviously wanted Laurinaitis’ reign of ego to end, have interceded on Show’s behalf? Even less contemptible than his actions tonight, could Big Show have enlisted the counsel of Paul Heyman, who is currently suing WWE over the way Brock Lesnar and WWE parted ways? Surely any other option would have been less offensive than allowing Laurinaitis to pin Cena.
How was this proverbial deal with the devil struck? Did Big Show call Laurinaitis tearfully begging for his job back? Did Laurinaitis use his ubiquitous BlackBerry to text the offer to the goliath? Was there a third party involved who proposed this mutually beneficial betrayal?
Big Show’s eventual explanation of his actions at Over The Limit may be one of the most must-hear promos in WWE history.