John Laurinaitis is now General Manager of both Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown. Not surprisingly he has started to abuse his power. He offered Teddy Long a job then threatened to suspend his grandchildren education fund if he did not accept. That is sinking a bit low. Mess with the man all you want but when it comes to children’s education, you don’t mess with that. He should be ashamed he even said that for the world to hear. He is talking about people power, giving the people what they want but what he is displaying is Johnny’s power, getting even with the people who supported Teddy Long.
He has already threatened C M Punk and tonight R Truth was his first victim on Friday Night Smackdown when he was placed in a handicap match with David Otunga and the world’s strongest man Mark Henry. I do hope good sense will prevail and he will focus more on pleasing the people rather than pleasing himself.
Randy Orton redeemed himself after his loss at Wrestlemania by beating Kane in a No Disqualification Match. It was a tough fight going back and forth but in the end Randy managed to pull off a RKO which won him the match. No doubt Kane is going to want to return the favor. We are going to see how this one goes.
Tonight Daniel Bryan displayed to the world that he really is a jerk. I am not surprised that he blames AJ for his loss at Wrestlemania, sharing none of the blame himself. As far as he was concerned it was all her fault. If he had won he of course would have taken full credit. It comes as no surprise also that he would publicly humiliate her by dumping her in public, he never did care much about her in the first place, but calling her dead weight and shouting at her to get out of his ring? That was taking it a bit far.
Big Show continued his winning streak by defeating Heath Slater. He attempted a cat and mouse game with with Cody, however Cody got away. Alberto De Rio returned to Friday Night Smackdown and was able to manipulated his way into winning the match causing Sheamus to lose his temper and attack the referee. This of course will not go down well for Sheamus.