On the July 30, 2012 edition of WWE Raw, the WWE witnessed AJ’s first night as the General Manager of Raw…
—WWE Raw started off with a CM Punk segment, which saw him confronted by John Cena and The Big Show. This prompted AJ‘s first order of business. AJ (PROFILE) booked the Main Even of Raw; The Big Show versus John Cena, with the winner to face CM Punk at SummerSlam 2012 on on August 19, 2012…
—AJ was later confronted in her office by Daniel Bryan—still upset about being left at the alter. AJ noted that she saw right through Bryan’s plan to marry her in order to have her committed to a mental institution. Bryan claimed that the men in white uniforms were just his friends. AJ then put Daniel Bryan in a non-title match against Sheamus, to his dismay…
—After losing to Sheamus, Daniel Bryan refused to leave the ring. Scheduled to compete was Kofi Kingston accompanied by R-Truth (w/ Little Jimmy) who tried getting Bryan out of the ring. Bryan then called the orderlies to ring to take R-Truth to the loony bin. AJ instead came out, telling the orderlies that Daniel Bryan was the one who was mentally unstable. The orderlies then took Bryan away…
Bryan was then seen throughout the show being mentally evaluated.
—AJ’s night ended after the Main Event. Due to CM Punk’s interference, AJ made the SummerSlam 2012 match a Triple Threat… CM Punk vs. The Big Show vs. John Cena.
Also on the show, was Vickie Guerrero interrupting Brodus Clay, Naomi and Cameron…
Thoughts: This was a great first Raw as General Manager for AJ. She did a fantastic job with the great stuff the writers gave her to do. She has definitely come a long way, in something of a cinderella story, in a day and age where the Divas are an afterthought. AJ in business was definitely a hit.
Speaking of that, of course we did not get a WWE Divas match, and of course the WWE Divas Champion was irrelevant. With Raw expanding to 3-Hours, the Women’s Division will not suddenly be booked better than when Raw was two hours.
And as also, great job by Vickie Guerrero, Cameron and Naomi in their managerial roles.
—AJ had now been given a last name on WWE programming… “AJ Lee.” AJ lee was the named AJ used during her time at WWE development territory Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW).
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