Well, through either haggard circumstances or bills not being paid, Divas of Destruction is not currently up and running and sadly I have no answers as to the exact reason why or when (perhaps even if) the site will be back up. So I’ll just have to make do the best I can, which is why I’m posting here on my Facebook the first ever Facebook Raw Super Show Reloaded!!
Last week it was pretty uneventful for the Divas besides a gloating Eve promo, but on Smackdown we saw perhaps the start of yet another Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix feud, as the living Barbie doll cost The Glamazon a non-title match against Nikki Bella. Will this week see the two blonds come to blows? Will Eve continue on her mission to grab as many headlines and spotlights as she can? And will Cameron and Naomi ever do anything else other than dance? Let’s find out!
Not long after a pull-apart brawl between John Cena and Brock Lesnar, the General Manager of Raw and Smackdown John Laurinaitis was irate in his office, snapping at someone who’d touch his shoulder but when he turned around his mood started to change because it was the resident attention seeker Eve. Looking lovely in a black and white dress that fitted in all the right places, and she was putting the sweet talk on as she pointed out that they hadn’t had a chance to talk since WrestleMania where she had a huge hand in helping Team Johnny win, which got Laurinaitis control of both shows. Laurinaitis responded that things have been hectic lately, and suggested they arrange a one-on-one meeting in Stanford. Eve responded with a slightly suggestive hint that he has her number, and that he should call her, before leaving with a couple of quick glances over him. Oh my! Laurinaitis, as charismatic as ever (yes that’s sarcasm) said that he would and with that Eve left, and Laurinaitis turned back to David Otunga to continue talking, starting off with “So anyway…”. Well, it seems either “Big Johnny” doesn’t pick up on suggestive hints, or he really is all business. Or an idiot, any of those could fit.
Thoughts: Short, to the point, follows on from last week’s promo, and again continues Eve’s great character and shows she’s going to have a place on Raw for a long, long time to come.
Right after this, the voices of the dancers of Brodus Clay were heard to do the usual intro for their man, and indeed Cameron and Naomi were out and rocking red for the dance routine as they headed down with Clay and United States Champion Santino Marella for a tag team match. In fact, moments later we had another Diva appearance in Vickie Guerrero looking nice in black as she yelled out “Excuse Me!” before introducing her clients of Dolph Zigger and Jack Swagger to be Marella and Clay’s opponents. After Clay got the victory for his team, there was once again another dancing celebration in the ring from Naomi and Cameron with the winning team. Not much to say, as it was just the usual night for all three Divas here.
And… That’s it. No, seriously, that’s it.
There was no follow-up or fall-out from Smackdown where Kelly Kelly distracted the WWE Divas Champion Beth Phoenix, costing her a match against Nikki Bella – but considering the news over the weekend that The Bella Twins are not resigning with the WWE perhaps its not surprising that the twins wouldn’t be mentioned (although they make an appearance on Superstars this week). So it’s another very quiet night for the floundering Divas division that really needs some major steam or at least a storyline to get things going again. Is this worrying? Yep, sure is, but we’ll have to wait and see what happens as time goes on.
That wraps it up for another very short Raw Super Show Reloaded! I very much hope that I’ll be able to post up this on an up-and-running Divas of Destruction website next week, so please stay tuned for updates on the official twitter page - @DivasofDestruct – so until then, this is AdamHaze signing off! See you in seven!