WWE Money in the Bank 2011: John Cena vs. CM Punk Part One
-Just an FYI, my little sources are telling me that Colt Cabana is sitting ringside tonight.
-Also an FYI, there actually is precedent for people defending WWE titles outside the promotion. Eddie Guerrero defended the Intercontinental title at a couple independent shows while he was serving a suspension.
John Cena vs. CM Punk
To say the least, the crowd is absolutely RABID for CM Punk and equally, the crowd absolutely HATES John Cena. Slow start allows the crowd to get the "you can't wrestle" chants out of the way and Cena works the arm. Headlock spot allows the crowd to chant some more and the Insane Clown Posse desperately try to get their faces on camera as much possible...I hope security throws those morons out.
Punk takes control with a dropkick and a headlock and they trade finisher attempts early but a stalemate results. Punk kicks away but Cena comes back with a bulldog for a one-count and he works a front facelock. Huge clothesline floors Punk and a chinlock milks the crowd heat a little more. Punk breaks with a back suplex for two but Cena fires off his typical sloppy "fisherman's suplex" for two. Attitude Adjustment is countered to a DDT for two and Punk goes to a head scissors.
Punk sets Cena on the apron and drops a knee from the top in a nice spot and gets two but he hits post on a blind charge. He basically shrugs it off though and we hit another chinlock. Punk goes for a high cross body from the top and lands on Cena's knee in an awkward manner but it still gets two. Punk tries to suplex Cena in from the apron but it gets reversed and Punk hits the floor hard.
Back inside, a snap suplex and an elbow get two for Cena as Booker proclaims the crowd is turning like a moron. Cena slams him but only gets two and they have a Yay-Boo Slugfest until Cena goes to an abdominal stretch...really? In 2011? You're not exactly bringing the 21st century moveset tonight, are you John? Punk fights out of the devastating maneuver and they clothesline each other for the double KO.
Out of nowhere, Cena goes into his usual SOS Comeback and the crowd boos the hell out of the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Punk responds by stunning Cena with a kick during the move and sending him to the floor before following with a dive between the ropes and earning a high five from Colt Cabana (not acknowledged by the announcers of course).
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