WWE: No Way Out 2012
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After a three year hiatus, WWE No Way Out is back and recharged! The annual pay-per-view that became notorious for its brutal, main event SteelCage Matches gets reincarnated, but this time the Superstars of WWE will take the thematic event a step further, as they find new and innovative ways to prevent opponents from escaping. All stipulations in place, which may include Lumberjack, Strap, Chain, Steel Cage, Handcuff Matches or more will ensure no respite from the chaos inside the ring.]]>
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NO WAY OUT 2012
1.[WORLD TITLE]SHEAMUS VS DOLPH ZIGGLER-this was a great opening match in my opinion with two underrated guys. The action here was fast paced and even made it look like a Wrestlemania repeat for Sheamus with Vickie Kissing Dolph and it almost being over. Dolph really looked great here controlling a large portion of the match delivering all kinds of moves. Sheamus of course is more of the power wrestler and retains his title after a great showing from both.
2.[TUXEDO MATCH]SANTINO MARELLA VS RICARDO RODRIGUEZ-this match of course was the comedy match that really didn't deliver much. It did make me laugh a few times like the Alberto Roo's.
3.[I-C TITLE]CHRISTIAN VS CODY RHODES-now back to the real action we are treated to another great match between two more guys who are underrated. In this match Cody is looking to get the title back he lost. Cody comes aggressive in this match working Christian over but Captain Charisma is no slouch. Good back and forth with both guys looking good here. Christian in the end hits the spear and retains his title.
4.[FATAL FOUR WAY]TYSON KID & JUSTIN GABRIEL VS EPICO & PRIMO VS THE PRIME TIME PLAYERS VS THE USOS-I am a huge tag team wrestling fan and have always liked these multi team matches. Most of the time they are just fun matches added to the event for guys to hit their high spots. Then of course there are the classic multi team matches and fans who have been watching for years know what I am talking about. This one is the first one of course but sometimes a fun match is all you need. All the teams had their time to shine here with quick action and of course the high spots. The Prime Time Players end up winning the match and a shot at the tag titles.Read more ›
Tuxedo Match: Santino Marella vs. Ricardo Rodriquez - I could try to review this match but what's the point? It was a bad attempt at comedy between these two characters to the point where the crowd was chanting "Boring."
Intercontinental Champion Christian vs. Cody Rhodes - Cody tried to intimidate Christian by shoving him only for Christian to respond by slapping Cody off his feet & taking to offense right to him by knocking Cody off the apron in a unique way followed by a dropkick through the ropes before Cody eventually caught Christian & knocked him onto the apron. Cody focused on Christian's arm after hanging it on the ropes followed by stomps, hammerlock, using the ring post, and even shoving Christian off the top rope with his shoulder hitting the apron on the way down but Christian fought back on the floor including using the steps for a tornado DDT.Read more ›
WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: SHEAMUS(c) vs. DOLPH ZIGGLER (w/ Vickie Guerrero)
- Fun opening match to start us off. Del Rio got injured so they needed a new #1 contender for Sheamus. Ziggler won a 4-Way Elimination Match to get his shot. These guys tore the roof down. I thought this match was great. Sheamus gets the win and retains the World Heavyweight Championship. 4/5.
TUXEDO MATCH: SANTINO MARELLA vs. RICARDO RODRIGUEZ
- Comedy match, all it really is. 2/5
INTERCONTIENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP: CHRISTIAN(c) vs. CODY RHODES
- A fun midcard match here, two underrated guys putting on a really good match. Christian wins and retains the Intercontiental Championship. 3.5/5
FOUR-WAY TAG TEAM MATCH FOR THE #1 CONTENDERHSHIP FOR THE TAG TITLES:
PRIME TIME PLAYERS vs. USOS vs. EPICO & PRIMO vs. TYSON KIDD & JUSTIN GABRIEL
- I found this match up to be very entertaining. Bunch of young studs doing what they do best. PTP get the win, with some help from.. ABE WASHINGTON! 3/5.
DIVAS CHAMPIONSHIP: LAYLA(c) vs. BETH PHONIEX
- Typical divas match here. Layla retains the title. 2.3/5
TRIPLE THREAT MATCH FOR THE WWE CHAMPIONSHIP: CM PUNK(c) vs. DANIEL BRYAN vs. KANE
- A very entertaining match up here. I wanted this to be the main event, but it wasn't. Still was the 'Main Event'. In my eyes, it was the 'Match of the Night'. You had two guys, who arguably the two 'Best' in the WWE. And you had a Big Red Monster into the mix. You get a heck of a match. CM Punk gets the win with a GTS, and retains the WWE Championship. 4.3/5.
STEEL CAGE MATCH, EITHER CENA OR LAURINITUS GETS FIRED: JOHN CENA (w/ McMahon) vs.Read more ›
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