"WWE RAW SuperShow" 4-30-12 Talkback (Spoilers)

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  1. The Penguin

    The Penguin All Hail the King!

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    Extreme Rules is in the history books. Witness the backlash tonight on RAW!

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    WWE RAW #989
    Monday, April 30, 2012 @ 9 p.m. ET/8 CT on USA Network

    What will Triple H Reveal?
    At Extreme Rules, Raw and SmackDown GM John Laurinaitis had a mysterious phone conversation with Triple H. The GM promised to reveal the nature of their conversation when The Game comes to Raw SuperShow tonight. What will the two have to say?



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  2. Wonderwall

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    Roughly 13 years ago Trips broke JR's arm. Didn't know there was karma in wrestling;)
     
  3. hobbyfan

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    What worked:

    Tag title change. The Colons 2.0 have been floundering and Uncreative has lost faith in them. Abe Washington will not be much help to them in the long term. Kofi is now a 3-time tag champ, but this is Truth's 1st in WWE. I think the next champs after them are over on Smackdown.......

    Lesnar-HHH angle. They've set things up for Summerslam, it seems. I believe they never met on TV during Brock's 1st go-round, so this is fresh. They'll spot Lesnar's appearances liberally between now and then, but Laurinaitis is on thin ice now.......

    Beat the Clock tournament. Only one stinker in the bunch (take a guess), but Daniel Bryan now gets to renew hostilities with CM Punk at Over the Limit. If that doesn't steal the show, well......!

    8 matches on the card. Smackdown's been averaging 6-7 matches on a regular basis of late, so it's about time Raw caught up without needing the extra hour.

    What didn't work:

    Laurinaitis-Cena angle. It's way too soon, and shows a lack of faith in Lord Tensai, who was used as a decoy this time. Laurinaitis is taking pages out of the Vince McMahon playbook, but he's not long for the GM's office after this week.

    Kane vs. Great Khali. The Beat the Clock tournament was the wrong place for this match. Either one vs. either Dolph Ziggler or Zack Ryder would've made more sense.

    The mistreatment of Teddy Long. Enough said.
     

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