Jerishow punish Cena on RAW

Champ feels the force of Jericho and The Big Show on RAW

By James Coyle.   Last Updated: 03/11/09 12:24pm

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Cena feels the force of The Big Show on RAW

Cena feels the force of The Big Show on RAW

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Unified Tag Team Champions Jerishow worked together to defeat John Cena on the latest instalment of Monday Night RAW.

With a little help from Triple H, this week's guest hosts Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne announced a blockbuster Triple Threat main event match up pitting WWE champion John Cena against Chris Jericho and The Big Show.

When the main event finally got under way, The Big Show speared Cena, to which partner Jericho followed up with a Lionsault on the new WWE champion.

However, Jericho's attempts at pinning The Champ from the devastating Lionsault failed after The Big Show opted to pull his partner off Cena, to deny him the victory.

The Unified Tag Team Champs then proceeded to argue with one another, which let Cena regain the momentum and let rip a Five Knuckle Shuffle on Jericho.

Codebreaker

Cena then looked to win the match going for an Attitude Adjustment on Jericho, but before he could execute that move fully, The Big Show delivered a knockout punch to the WWE champion, to which Jericho landed atop of Cena to record the one-two-three.

The Tag Team champions then proceeded to celebrate their latest victory by placing Cena in a combination of two devastating manoeuvres, the Camel Clutch and the Walls of Jericho.

With Cena defenceless, D-Generation X who were perfectly positioned at the announce desk attempted to come to the aid of the WWE champion.

But their efforts to fend off the Tag Team champions were in vain, as The World's Largest Athlete floored Michaels with yet another knockout punch whilst Jericho executed a Codebreaker on Triple H which left all three Survivor Series opponents on the canvas as RAW went off the air.

Elsewhere, Kofi Kingston faced his biggest test to date as he squared off against The Viper Randy Orton in single's competition.

Orton seemed to be taken aback by the high-energy approach to the match by his opponent, as he bailed from the ring, only to be met by alliances DiBiase and Rhodes.

The three superstars looked to take advantage of the situation, by surrounding Kingston in the ring, but before they could inflict any damage, The Osbournes quickly announced a six-man tag team match.

Motionless

Kingston acquired the pairing of MVP and The World's Strongest Man Mark Henry, and in the end, the three managed to overcome DiBiase, Rhodes and their mentor Randy Orton.

Also this week on RAW, The Miz retained his US championship as he avenged last week's defeat to high-flyer Evan "Air" Bourne.

The Celtic Warrior Sheamus vowed to end the career of his opponent Jamie Noble, and he could very well have done just that as The Irishman left Noble motionless outside the ring, forcing medical officials to carry him out on a stretcher.

Finally, in Divas action, Alicia Fox won the Divas Battle Royal to become the number one contender to Melina's coveted Divas Championship.

Next week, UK fans are in for a treat as Monday Night RAW emanates from Sheffield, England.

Find out what Ricky Hatton has in-store for the WWE Universe as The Hitman takes charge of WWE's flagship show next Monday night from 2am exclusively on Sky Sports 3 and HD3.
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