Stipulation Added To Big Show vs. John Cena, "Injury" Update On Mr. McMahon, The Workers That Were Fed To Ryback

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- The stipulation to Big Show vs. John Cena in a steel cage match at Sunday's WWE No Way Out pay-per-view is that if Show doesn't win, John Laurinaitis will be "fired" by Vince McMahon.

- The storyline "injury" update on Vince McMahon is that he is suffering from "concussion-like" symptoms after eating the Big Show knockout punch to conclude last night's Raw Supershow. Dot com is teasing McMahon won't be at WWE No Way Out. For those that have asked, the "X" signal thrown up by the referee was a work.

- The workers that put Ryback over on last night's Raw Supershow were Mikaze and Scotty Slade from Chaotic Wrestling out of Lowell, Massachusetts.

  • spike westphal

    ryback is impressive when he gonna get better workers than squashing local talent

  • matt

    I'm cool with the McMahon angle on Raw last night, but I really don't like when they misuse the X symbol like that. I know it's a way to get smarks talking and all, but seeing so so so so so many injuries and legit x symbols, my heart skips a beat when it's thrown up

    • Eddie27

      That and the fact show completely missed Vince

  • Evon Reese

    I want to see Ryback in some good matches. I would love to see him slam Daniel Bryan or Dolph. I think the man will go over big . I don't know what they are waiting for because his act is really starting to get old.

  • vickie's lover

    so mcmahon won't be able to fire big johnny if big show loses

  • Logan_Walker

    well if you seen it the first time around his just goes past his face…. ill get a pic up soon.

  • Logan_Walker

    Here are the pics – Before – His Punch After

  • Kevin

    Everyone knows the "X" symbol is a real-world signal that indicates a wrestler is in real trouble and help is needed immediately. WWE is using that knowledge to further their storylines by having refs use it to try to convince us the injury is real. I hope they have some new signal worked out so there won't be any confusion if a real injury occurs.