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The Bash Results: Punk crushes Hardy’s dreams … again
Just like he did at Extreme Rules, World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk crushed Jeff Hardy’s dreams of donning the Heavyweight Title. However on this night, it was a mere matter of inches that separated Hardy from gold.
Hardy thought he finally achieved what he had been scratching and clawing for when it appeared he had scored the pinfall over Punk. However, after closer inspection by the referee, it was determined Punk’s foot was under the bottom rope and was out of bounds.
Hardy was beyond frustrated.
After the action was restarted, Punk kicked the referee in the back, resulting in a disqualification. In one fell swoop Punk dropped the ref and crushed Hardy’s hopes.
After the match, as both Superstars exited the ring, Jeff Hardy went after Punk in complete and utter frustration. Hardy forced Punk into the ring, where he launched into a vicious assault. It took three referees to stop Hardy from his crazed attack. At one point, Hardy broke free and continued his attack on the champion. The melee ended when the crazed Hardy was finally corralled by the referees.
The night was the culmination of months of brooding frustration within Hardy.
The way in which Punk won at The Bash was just another example of the selfish behavior the champion has exhibited ever since Extreme Rules.
At Extreme Rules, Jeff Hardy was triumphant over Edge in a career-threatening World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match. But then, in the blink of an eye, it was all over when Punk cashed in his Money in the Bank contract on Hardy.
Then, on Raw’s special 3-For-All, Punk put his title up against both Hardy & Edge in a Triple Threat Match. Hardy looked to once again close-in on victory over The Rated-R Superstar. However, Punk blocked Hardy’s path to glory, hurling him away from the win to cover Edge himself and retain the title.
Will Punk’s win at The Bash crush Hardy’s spirits for good? How much longer will he persist in his hunt for gold? Will he ever give up?
Smackdown Results: Rage before The Bash
Raw Results: Triathlon of terror
Smackdown Results: Rampage in Roanoke
Raw Results: Trumping the competition
Smackdown Results: Road to Raw
Jericho has been angry for weeks over not being considered for an opportunity at the World Title. After expressing his displeasure to Teddy Long, the GM announced Jericho could face new champion CM Punk. So, just before joining the announce team for the main event, Punk took on Jericho one-on-one. Despite Jericho’s bold prediction, his guarantee for victory did not come true, as Punk dropped him with a Go to Sleep. The win was Punk’s first as new champion.
In a back-and-forth struggle, Hardy and Edge pushed themselves to the limits of endurance. As the action spilled to the arena floor, Edge tossed Hardy onto CM Punk, who was seated at the announce table. Mayhem then ensued, when Punk pursued Edge back in to the ring and assaulted him with a series of punches.
Realizing he lost the match due to Punk’s interference, an angry Jeff Hardy reigned down blows on Punk, then took out his frustration on Edge with a Twist of Fate. But it was the champion who had the final word when he destroyed Hardy with a Go to Sleep.
As Punk stood over the fallen former champions, GM Theodore Long made the blockbuster announcement from his office that it will be Edge vs. Jeff Hardy vs. CM Punk in a Triple Threat Match on Raw for the World Heavyweight Championship.
Extreme Rules – Punk cashes in for gold
In a wild turn of events surrounding the coveted World Heavyweight Championship, CM Punk emerged the new champion after cashing in his Money in the Bank contract against Jeff Hardy, who moments earlier, defeated former champion Edge in a brutal Ladder Match.
Before Hardy could fully bask in the glory of being crowned the new World Heavyweight Champion, CM Punk crushed Hardy’s dreams by cashing in the contract he has wielded since winning the Money in the Bank Ladder Match at the 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania. With a double dose of Go to Sleep, Punk easily put away the exhausted Hardy.
The victory was Punk’s second of the night at Extreme Rules. Earlier, he defeated Umaga in a vicious Samoan Strap Match. CM Punk overcame the odds stacked against him at Extreme Rules, defeating Umaga at his own game – a Samoan Strap Match. While Mr. Money in the Bank was strapped to the 350-pound brute Sunday night, he amazingly dragged his opponent to three corners of the ring, hit him with a Go To Sleep, then hit the last ringpost in succession for the victory.
Umaga had been the thorn in the Straightedge Superstar’s side for more than a month. Not only has The Samoan Bulldozer thwarted several of Punk’s attempts to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase on SmackDown, he brutally defeated him at Judgment Day.
But their last meeting before Extreme Rules foretold the future, and it certainly looked bright for Punk. Friday on SmackDown, Punk defeated Umaga after hitting him with an astounding Go To Sleep, just as he did at Extreme Rules. It was a feat that some thought was impossible, but not to Mr. Money in the Bank.
Extreme Rules Preview: Samoan Strap Match
Umaga may have decimated CM Punk at Judgment Day, but it seems The Samoan Bulldozer still isn’t finished with Mr. Money in the Bank. The 350-pound savage has challenged The Straightedge Superstar to a Samoan Strap Match at Extreme Rules.
The Samoan Bulldozer has been attacking Punk week after week during his matches. He’s stopped Punk from cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase, thwarting his attempts to face Edge for the World Heavyweight Championship on SmackDown. Despite bulldozing his way through Mr. Money in the Bank at Judgment Day, the savage is thirsty for another battle.
During Punk’s recent match against Chris Jericho on SmackDown, Umaga ran into the ring and attacked The Straightedge Superstar, tying him to the ringpost with a Samoan Strap. Then, he shockingly took the microphone from ring announcer Justin Roberts and offered Punk a challenge.
“You think you’re hurt now? Wait until Extreme Rules because I’m issuing you a challenge … It will be a Samoan Strap Match!” Umaga yelled as Punk was left defenseless in the corner.
The Samoan Bulldozer continued his brutal, animalistic assault on Mr. Money in the Bank, kicking and whipping him. But will Punk continue to be Umaga’s victim? Or will Mr. Money in the Bank finally beat Umaga at his own game – the Samoan Strap Match – at Extreme Rules? Find out live on June 7 at 8/7 CT, only on pay-per-view.
Smackdown: A lean, mean Extreme scene