WWE Monday Night RAW SuperShow February 6, 2012 ResultsPosted on February 7, 2012 by Cassidy WWE RawShare On: Tweet Kane fears himself? Thirteen nights before WWE Elimination Chamber, the 977th edition of WWE Monday Night RAW was a RAW SuperShow and it came to you, live, from the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, OK. After the shocking return of the one and only “Phenom” The Undertaker, where Undertaker confronted Triple H suggesting a rematch to their stellar match at last year’s WrestleMania, only for “The Game” to pat Undertaker on the shoulder and walk away from facing “The Phenom” again, will Triple H offer any explanation for his denial and will The Undertaker continue to push the issue for a rematch? Also, after The Undertaker’s return interrupted the verdict in his job evaluation, is John Laurinaitis still employed as the Interim General Manager of RAW or was Triple H truly set to wish Laurinaitis well on his future endeavors last week? Match Results Non-Title: Big Show def. Daniel Bryan (with A.J.) by count-out. Sheamus def. David Otunga by pin following the Brogue Kick. Randy Orton & The Great Khali def. Wade Barrett & Cody Rhodes by The Great Khali pinning Cody Rhodes following the Khali Chop. 8-Diva Tag Match: Eve, Kelly Kelly, Alicia Fox, & Tamina def. Beth Phoenix, Natalya, & The Bella Twins by Tamina pinning Bella following the Superfly Splash. Six-Pack Challenge: Non-Title: Chris Jericho def. CM Punk, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, R-Truth, & Kofi Kingston by pinning Dolph Ziggler following the GTS by CM Punk. As a result, Chris Jericho will be the last one to enter the Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE Championship. Detailed Results One week after having his job evaluation of John Laurinaitis interrupted by the return of The Undertaker before denying Undertaker’s challenge for a WrestleMania rematch, the show kicks off with the Chief Operating Officer of the WWE, “The Game” Triple H. The COO immediately makes it clear that he was going to fire John Laurinaitis last week before calling Laurinaitis a “weasel” and an “ass-kisser”. Triple H continues that Laurinaitis flew to the WWE offices in Stamford, CT to plead his case to the WWE Board of Directors to try and keep his job, revealing that the Board of Directors asked him to not make a decision until they can fully examine his proposal with a decision possibly coming as early as tomorrow. Triple H then says that he is out there to address the return of The Undertaker last week. “The Game” states that Undertaker had not been seen since he was carried out of the arena for the first time ever at last year’s WrestleMania. Triple H continues that, after twenty years, he still stands “humbled” in front of Undertaker before saying that Undertaker wanted the “rematch of rematches” at WrestleMania, but he looked into the eyes of The Undertaker and, for the first time, he was not in “awe” and he was not “humbled”. Triple H then says that he “felt bad” for The Undertaker before saying that he knows what he did to Undertaker last year and he chooses to remember The Undertaker in a “different way” as he chooses to remember the dominant years of The Undertaker, not the Undertaker he saw at last year’s WrestleMania, who had to be hauled out of the arena, unable to walk away from the match. Triple H continues that The Undertaker’s legacy will never be matches as he is the “most dominant force ever in the WWE” before saying that, for that reason, he has to say “no” to a WrestleMania rematch with The Undertaker. Triple H then says that, at last year’s WrestleMania, Undertaker would not “die” and, if they faced off again, he would have to “end it”. Triple H continues that perhaps The Undertaker wants him to “put an end to it” before saying that he heard when he was a kid that “even death can die”, adding that even The Undertaker has “limits”, those of which Undertaker saw last year. Triple H then says that he will not be the one to push Undertaker beyond those limits before making the simple statement that the whole issue of them having a rematch at WrestleMania is “over”. Triple H then starts to leave the ring, but his music stops abruptly before the lights go out in the arena and a video airs on the Tron. The video shows The Undertaker watching highlights of their match from last year as Undertaker says that it is “not over” before saying that he does not want the last image of him to be his broken state at last year’s WrestleMania, adding that his victory last year means “nothing”. Undertaker then tells Triple H to give him his shot at “vengeance” and he will give Triple H another shot at “immortality” before reiterating that it is “not over.” Will this presentation from The Undertaker change Triple H’s mind? Thirteen nights before they step foot in the Elimination Chamber with four other Superstars to go to war over the World Heavyweight Championship at WWE Elimination Chamber, the opening match of the night saw World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan, who convinces a very apprehensive A.J. to accompany him to ringside, going one-on-one with intense rival, “The World’s Largest Athlete” Big Show, in a non-title match. During the match, Big Show knocks Daniel Bryan to the outside of the ring where Bryan feigns a knee injury to lure Big Show in as Bryan hits a chop block on Show. Then, Big Show charges after Daniel Bryan, narrowly avoiding a repeat of last month’s mishap where he collided with A.J. before Bryan uses A.J. as a shield between him and Big Show before Bryan leaves with A.J., leading to a count-out win for Big Show. After the match, Daniel Bryan claims that Big Show just proved that he could have slowed down when he collided with A.J. last month, but he did not. Bryan then says that protecting A.J. is “more important” to him than winning or losing a match, but after WWE Elimination Chamber, he will still be the World Heavyweight Champion. When he is locked inside the Elimination Chamber with Big Show, Wade Barrett, Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, and The Great Khali, can Daniel Bryan survive as the World Heavyweight Champion? The legal counsel for John Laurinaitis, David Otunga, makes an appearance on RAW as the Harvard Law graduate says that he has never had a boss as “creative” and “intelligent” as John Laurinaitis before saying that he hopes that the WWE Board of Directors will do the “right thing” and not fire Laurinaitis. Otunga then asks for a prayer for the job of Laurinaits before “Tebowing” in the middle of the ring. Ring announcer Justin Roberts then interrupts with the announcement that, per the orders of COO Triple H, Otunga will be in action right now and his opponent was none other than the winner of the 2012 Royal Rumble Match, “The Great White” Sheamus. In the end, it was Sheamus blasting David Otunga with the Brogue Kick en route to picking up the win. One week after laying WWE Champion CM Punk out with a Codebreaker, one of the five challengers for the WWE Championship inside the Elimination Chamber, Chris Jericho appears on RAW. Jericho states that, with his re-emergence, he is bringing an end to “liars” and people claiming to be something they are not and, with his return, he has made every other performer “obsolete”. Jericho continues that every man and woman who appears in that ring is nothing more than a “Chris Jericho wannabe” as they have stolen all of his ideas, adding that the locker room is filled with wannabes, as well as the crowd. Jericho then says that he “manipulated” all of them without saying a word. Jericho continues that, before The Miz came out in a suit and talked slowly, he did it first and before Kofi Kingston came to the WWE and did incredible moves, he did it. Before R-Truth said “what’s up”, he said “shut the hell up” and, before Dolph Ziggler walked to the ring with Vickie Guerrero, he walked to the ring at WrestleMania 18 with Stephanie McMahon. Jericho then turns his attention to CM Punk as Jericho states that he, not Punk, is “the best in the world” and he does not have to have it on the back of a t-shirt. Jericho continues that, throughout his career, he “earned” the right to be called the best in the world and that is his legacy and who he is, adding that it is the “end of the world as you know it” because he is coming back to claim what is his. Chris Jericho is then interrupted by the WWE Champion, CM Punk, who makes his way to the ring, but takes a page out of Chris Jericho’s playbook by saying nothing as Punk looks at Jericho and raises the WWE Title belt above his head before exiting the ring, leaving Jericho perplexed and angry! Thirteen nights before they are four of the six competitors in the Elimination Chamber Match for the World Heavyweight Championship, “The Viper” Randy Orton teamed with The Great Khali to face Wade Barrett and Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes. After exchanging rough tags throughout the match, The Great Khali would tag himself in, delivering a chop to the skull of Cody Rhodes en route to picking up the win for himself and Randy Orton. After the match, Orton takes issue with Khali taking the match from him and Khali would try for the Punjabi Plunge, but Orton would fight out, hitting a big RKO on Khali! The Divas were in action on RAW as Eve teamed with Kelly Kelly, Alicia Fox, & Tamina to face Divas Champion Beth Phoenix, Natalya, & The Bella Twins in an 8-Diva Tag Match. In the end, it was Tamina hitting the Superfly Splash on one of The Bella Twins en route to picking up the win for her team. Backstage, John Laurinaitis confronts Triple H, reminding the COO that he is still the Executive Vice President of Talent Relations and the Interim General Manager of RAW, at least until tomorrow. Laurinaitis then tells Triple H that he spoke to the WWE Board of Directors and they have agreed on having WWE Hall of Famer “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels appear on next week’s RAW! Laurinaitis then reveals that he and the Board of Directors have also agreed on John Cena going one-on-one with Kane in an Ambulance Match at WWE Elimination Chamber! What will happen next week when Shawn Michaels returns to RAW? What will the Hall of Famer have to say about Triple H denying The Undertaker a rematch at WrestleMania? Then it was time for the main event as WWE Champion CM Punk, Chris Jericho, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, R-Truth, and Kofi Kingston face off in a Six-Pack Challenge where all six Superstars would be in the ring at the same time with the first Superstar to score a pinfall or submission winning the match and earning the right to be the last one to enter the Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE Championship at WWE Elimination Chamber. After a dive on The Miz to the outside resulted in a nasty impact for R-Truth on the floor, it was determined that R-Truth was unable to continue, leaving five competitors in the match. In the end, it was CM Punk hitting the GTS on Dolph Ziggler, but Chris Jericho pulls the WWE Champion out of the ring, throwing Punk over the announce table before stealing the pinfall on Dolph, putting his feet on the ropes for good measure, to win the match and earn the right to be the last Superstar to enter the Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE Title. After the match, Chris Jericho would grab Punk’s WWE Title, sitting in the ring with it. Backstage, Kane has Eve cornered as Kane tells Eve that, when John Cena fully “embraces the hate”, Cena will be in a “better place”, but if Cena does not get there soon, then he is “afraid” for Cena, Eve, and anyone else who gets in his path. Kane then says that, for the first time in his life, he is “afraid” of himself! What did you think of this week’s RAW SuperShow? Post your comments in the box below.