Here’s  RAW  in  case  you  missed  it:

From  Dayton,  Ohio:

1.  A  BEAT  THE  CLOCK  CHALLENGE  MATCH:  The  Miz  vs.  WWE  United    States  Champion  Santino  Marella.

THE  WINNER:  THE  MIZ  AT  4:18.

2.  A  TRIPLE  THREAT   MATCH  FOR   THE  WWE  DIVAS  CHAMPIONSHIP:  Layla  (Champion)  vs.  The  Bella  Twins  (Brie  and  Nikki, Challengers/Former  Champions).

THE  WINNER  AND  STILL  WWE  DIVAS  CHAMPION:  LAYLA!!!!!!!!!!!!

NOTE:  THIS  WAS  THE  SHORTEST  MATCH  OF  THE  SHOW.

3.  *THE  SECOND  BEAT  THE  CLOCK  CHALLENGE  MATCH:  Chris  Jericho  vs.  The  Big  Show.

END  RESULT:  NEITHER  MAN  COULD  DEFEAT  THE  MIZ’S  TIME.

4.  “The  Funkasaurus”  Brodus  Clay  with  Naomi  and  Cameron  vs.  JTG.

THE  WINNER:  BRODUS  CLAY!!!!!!!!!

5.  **THE  THIRD  BEAT  THE  CLOCK  CHALLENGE  MATCH:  Randy Orton  vs.  “The  All-American  American”  Jack  Swagger  with  Vickie  Guerrero .

THE  WINNER:  RANDY  ORTON  AT  2  SECONDS  (HIS  VICTORY  SHAVED  OFF  TWO  SECONDS  OF  MIZ’S  TIME,  SETTING  THE  CLOCK  AT  4:16).

6.  ***WWE  TAG  TEAM  CHAMPIONSHIP  MATCH:  Primo  and  Epico  (Champions)  with  Rosa  Mendes  vs.  R-Truth  and  Kofi  Kingston.

THE  WINNERS,  AND  NEW,  WWE  TAG  TEAM  CHAMPIONS:  R-TRUTH  AND  KOFI  KINGSTON!!!!!!!!!!!

7.  THE  FOURTH  BEAT  THE  CLOCK  CHALLENGE   MATCH:  The  Great  Khali  vs.  Kane.

END  RESULT:  BOTH  MEN  WERE  UNABLE  TO  BEAT  RANDY  ORTON’S  TIME.

8.  ****THE  FINAL  BEAT  THE  CLOCK  CHALLENGE  MATCH:  Daniel  Bryan  vs.  Jerry  “The  King”  Lawler.

THE  WINNER,  AND  NUMBER  ONE  CONTENDER  FOR  CM  PUNK’S  WWE  CHAMPIONSHIP  AT  OVER  THE  LIMIT:  DANIEL  BRYAN!!!!!!!!!!

*-****:  THE  MATCHES  OF  THE  NIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ANALYSIS:  It  was  VERY  RARE  that  RAW  had  eight  matches  this  week!  It  was  to  see  JTG  on  the  show  again,  but  I  wonder  why  would  John  Laurinaitis  would  insert  himself  into  next  month’s  Over  The  Limit  pay-per-view  by  attacking  an  injured  John  Cena,  with  help  from  Lord  Tensai  and  Sakamoto?  But,  then  again,  there’s  probably  ONE  dream  match  that  we’ll  get  to  see  some  time  down  the  road:  Brock  Lesnar  vs.  Triple  H.

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