Thursday, September 29, 2011

WWE invaded the Sprint Center Monday night: Watch Alberto Del Rio destroy John Cena and CM Punk with a chair

Posted By on Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 9:44 AM

If you happened to be downtown Monday night and noticed a bunch of kids running around the Sprint Center in lucha masks and grown men carrying championship belts, then you'd stumbled upon WWE's Monday Night Raw. The Power & Light District got some shots on the show, which was broadcast live on the USA Network.

If you missed the show, WWE has posted just about all of it on YouTube. In the video above, "Straight Edge Superstar" CM Punk wrestles former WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio in the show's main event, which ends with a lot of steel chair swinging.

Relive the rest of Raw after the jump.

There was a 10 man over-the-top-rope battle royal for the Intercontinental Championship ...

Some girl clowns wrestled (as my friend's 4-year-old son calls them) ...

Proud jorts-wearer John Cena wrestled the whiny Christian ...

U.S. Champion Dolph Ziggler (yes, like Dirk Diggler) beat up Zack Ryder (woo woo woo, you know it) ...

And then high fliers Kofi Kingston and Evan Bourne helped Zack Ryder beat Ziggler, his buddy Jack Swagger and the jacked-up Mason Ryan (Ryan turned on his bad-guy partners) ...

A really angry Mark Henry beat the hell out of the seven-foot-tall Great Khali ...

And there were probably more shenanigans that I'm forgetting.

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