Raw Recall for June 29, 2011
SAY WHAT?: 'TWEET' CHIN MUSIC
"The last thing I’m gonna do is come out here and tell you that I’ve got a new show on the Outdoor Channel that debuts tomorrow night at 11:30 p.m. ET called Shawn Michaels’ MacMillan River Adventures. Because you know what? I don’t want to insult you. Sure, everyone else is going to give you the shameless plugs ... Do you see my Twitter on the screen up there?"
Michaels (@ShawnMichaels_), kicking off
SHOCKER: SHOW HIM THE DOOR
The steel cage is a notoriously unforgiving structure, but then again, Mark Henry is a notoriously unforgiving Superstar. In an unbelievable feat of strength, Henry tore the steel cage door off its hinges to target Big Show during the giant’s bout with Alberto Del Rio.
Not even The World’s Largest Athlete could withstand the onslaught of The World’s Strongest Man, who nailed Show with the door and drove him through the steel cage wall.
OUCH: SPLASH THE POT
Rey Mysterio isn’t known to be a gambling man, but it’d be hard to read his poker face under that mask if he was. In a Tornado Match in Las Vegas, The Master of the 619 teamed with Alex Riley to face The Miz & Jack Swagger in what became a game of “solar plexus hold ‘em” when Mysterio folded Swagger with a frog splash. Now that’s playing close to the chest.
TAKE THAT: BANISHING ACT
Criss Angel, eat your heart out. For his latest trick, Kofi Kingston dazzled the crowd by performing the impossible: He made Vickie Guerrero disappear! With a spin of the Raw Roulette wheel, Kingston was able to ban WWE’s resident cougar from ringside and went on to earn a non-title victory over U.S. Champion Dolph Ziggler.
SLICE OF THE ACTION
Every little detail is magnified under the bright arena lights of Monday Night Raw. Can you identify the Superstar in this week's Raw Slice of the Action? Click below and check the photo gallery to see if you're right.
WWE'S GREATEST MOMENTS
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