The Courtroom Classic would come about as a result of a physical altercation between Teddy Long and John Laurinaitis. After the altercation, David Otunga would inform us that Laurinaitis is suing Long over the incident, and that Otunga himself will be prosecuting Long.
After the commercial break, cameras find Teddy Long walking into his office and finding none other than Santino Marella there using a laptop computer. When Long inquires as to what Santino is doing, Santino replies, "Don't-a-worry, boss! I got your back! I have just-a given-a thirty-five dollar to the College of the Phonix onlines and they have ordained Santino Marella to be what he needs to be for you, Teddy Longs, at WrestleMonya. Santino will be defending you against the David Otunga, because Santino has drank the bar exam and became, a law-yer!"
"Now don't worry your bald head, Teddy Longs, because Santino Marella has pulled some strings, and he has gotten his judge friend to agree to move the case to Miamis, and to hear your testymonkies, at Wrestlemonya!"
The next few weeks the feud continues with Teddy Long and John Laurinaitis speaking to each other only through their attorneys, as is custom. Hilarity will ensue as Santino will mispronounce many legal terms, such as evidence, objection, subpoena, and book.
A courtroom would be setup in the ring at WrestleMania, complete with witness stand and stenographer. A judge, wearing a black robe with a George Washington wig, would emerge from backstage and take his seat. During the "trial", Santino would refer to him first as "Your Honor", then as "John Connor", and finally just as "Terminator."
Santino, Otunga, Long, and Laurinaitis would argue back and forth for a few minutes, with Otunga getting angry and approaching the judge's bench. While Otunga's back was turned, Santino would pull the Cobra out of his suit jacket, slide it on his arm, and strike Otunga in the face after Otunga turned back around.
The crowd would cheer, the judge would dismiss the lawsuit, and Teddy Long would become the general manager of both shows, because that is how fake court cases work. Obviously.