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WEDF Episode 118 - RAW Part 6

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Published on Apr 16, 2011

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This is the final stop before the Great American Brawl, and many matches have been confirmed for the RAW event, and for the main event, CM Punk might have the key link for him to regain his WEDF Championship from the man who cashed it in on him many months back.

At The Great American Brawl, CM Punk will invoke his rematch clause he had from Fate of Champions to challenge John Morrison for the WEDF Championship, not only does Punk have the numbers game with the Straight Edge Society, he also has a key piece for him in his corner. That man is Stone Cold Steve Austin, the newest member of the Straight Edge Society. If Stone Cold doesn't do Punk's bidding he would be fired as announced by Punk on the last RAW. What will Morrison and Punk look to do to each other just days before the CPV event? Speaking of which, will Austin do what Punk wants from him and give him the Championship Austin has long been pursuing ever since being screwed at Survival of the Fittest, or will he walk out on Punk and have Morrison retain? So many questions have to be answered in this title match.

Matt Eichorn has been one of the victims of racism by the General Manager of RAW, Armando Estrada, as Estrada announced last time on RAW that he was a racist, and was holding the black man down, specifically referring to Matt Eichorn. Eichorn will be challenging Kane, Estrada's insurance policy at The Great American Brawl for the Television Championship, much to Eichorn's dismay, as Eichorn wanted a United States Championship opportunity instead. The human dictator proved otherwise giving Eichorn the TV Title shot he was taken out of at Summerfest instead. Eichorn will be facing yet another low card superstar tonight in Primo. What will Eichorn do to Primo just days before the CPV?

Last time on RAW, Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton proved everyone they are far from done from tearing each other apart, proving that when Lesnar involved in Orton's match against the US Champion, The Miz. Tonight, Brock Lesnar goes one on one against the Miz, and once again with the rules applying if Lesnar wins, he will face the Miz at the Great American Brawl for the United States Championship.

D-Generation X will challenge the united duo of Edge and Chris Jericho at the Brawl for the WEDF Tag Team Championships, but before that happens, The Cutting Edge returns, as Edge will bring out a superstar who is very, very close to DX. Will we see chaos return on one of the most controversial talk shows of all-time?

At the GAB, Samoa Joe will get a chance to attempt to "kill" MVP in a submission match, a match in which Joe is the clear favorite in, as announced by Estrada, who made MVP's life a living hell by screwing over MVP and not giving MVP what he wants, when it's clear that both are heels. Will MVP look to continue ducking Joe, or will he shut his mouth, and bring it to the Samoan Submission Machine?

Last time on RAW, Smackdown invaded in RAW territory, as Zach Starr looked to get into Suspect's business. However, Armando Estrada, despite not seeing eye to eye with Suspect either, ejected Starr from the arena, via security. Smackdown is apparently in the building again tonight, and there's more than one superstar this time around. Speaking of Suspect, him and JBL had a miscommunication last time on RAW, as both collided and lost the match against Rated Y2J. Tonight, JBL looks to call out Suspect.

King Booker and MITB holder Kofi Kingston have unfinished business. King Booker wants the Money in the Bank briefcase, as he failed to capture the win at Summerfest, and with his past of beating Kofi Kingston, King Booker may have a right to claim the briefcase, despite not competing at Fate of Champions.

Finally, Batista shocked everyone when he cost the Rock the WEDF Championship, why does the Animal have it in for the People's Champ? Will the Rock respond to Batista's antics?

Confirmed Matches:

Number One Contenders Match:
Brock Lesnar vs. The Miz

Singles Match:
Primo vs. Matt Eichorn

Tag Team Match:
Kofi Kingston & The Rock vs. Batista & King Booker

Champion vs. Champion:
WEDF Champion John Morrison vs. ECCW Champion Shelton Benjamin

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