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The World's Largest Athlete continued to dominate and humilate Jack Swagger this week. Big Show is looking like the favorite going into Sunday's World Heavyweight Championship Match.
WWE's Apex Predator became the prey on Monday's Raw when he ended up on the receiving end of Edge's Spear. Still, The Viper was able to take Jack Swagger out with an RKO.
The Animal showed how dominant he could be on Monday when he destroyed Mark Henry and then locked John Cena in his clutches later in the night. Can he do the same at Over the Limit?
Not only did Mysterio embarass The Straight Edge Savior at the beginning of SmackDown, but he teamed with MVP to beat Punk & Gallows later that night.
Less than a week before he faces Batista in an "I Quit" Match at Over the Limit, the WWE Champion found himself locked in The Animal's devastating submission hold. Will The Champ be ready for Sunday?
The Rated-R Superstar kicked off Raw with a big victory over his former friend, Christian, and then closed the night by Spearing his Over the Limit opponent, Randy Orton.
The nefarious Superstar attempted to embarass Bret Hart on Monday night, but ended up having to watch the WWE Hall of Famer beat The Miz for the United States Championship.
A week after he was stripped of his newly won Intercontinental Championship, the explosive Superstar defeated World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger.
"The All-American American" likes to brag about how great he is, but he didn't look very impressive this week. After losing on Raw and SmackDown, Swagger's chances at Over the Limit don't look good.
After weeks of challenging John Cena, The Celtic Warrior finally got his rematch with The Champ on Monday night and ended up losing by disqualification.
THE HART DYNASTY: TYSON KIDD & DAVID HART SMITH
The Hart Dynasty had reason to smile after helping their uncle, Bret Hart, defeat The Miz for the United States Championship on Monday.
TEAM LAY-COOL: LAYLA & MICHELLE McCOOL
The mean girls both showed up on Raw wearing Women's Titles. While they can't both be champion, they certainly competed that way, winning two matches this week.
The "Chosen One" was nearly flattened by Big Show in the main event of Friday's SmackDown. The Scottish Superstar should be thankful that Jack Swagger interfered, resulting in a disqualification.
This loudmouth picked a fight with the wrong man. After challenging WWE legend Bret Hart to a match, The Miz got his wish and was defeated, losing his United States Championship.
The Straight Edge Savior started off SmackDown by recruiting and battering a few new followers, but ended the night on the losing end of a tag team battle.
With his father's servant, Virgil, by his side, Ted DiBiase confidently strutted to the ring on Monday night and walked out with a victory over Yoshi Tatsu.
Captain Charisma lost a very competitive match to his old friend, Edge, on Raw and was brutally attacked by Dolph Ziggler on SmackDown. At least he was able to beat Ziggler on "WWE Superstars."
The Ballin' Superstar's success on SmackDown continued as he teamed with Rey Mysterio to beat CM Punk & Luke Gallows on Friday night.
The French-Canadian Diva joined forces with Team Lay-Cool to defeat Eve & The Bellas on Raw. She'll get her chance at Eve's Divas Championship on Sunday at Over the Limit.
On Monday night, the WWE Hall of Famer did the unthinkable when he defeated The Miz to claim his fifth United States Championship. Looks like this legend still has some gas left in the tank.
Although he destroyed Chavo Guerrero on last week's SmackDown, The Big Red Monster was nowhere to be seen on Friday night.
Another win for JTG on SmackDown — this time over Caylen Croft — sends him in the right direction on the P25.
Although Ziggler was defeated by Christian on "WWE Superstars," he got serious revenge on Captain Charisma when he ambushed him during "The Peep Show" on SmackDown.
Has The Monday Night Delight lost his mojo since moving to Raw? John Morrison was out of action this week and drops two spots because of it.
The Divas Champion made Maryse eat her words backstage on Raw, but she couldn't stop the French-Canadian Diva from grabbing the win in a Six-Diva Tag Team Match later on in the night.