Raw: No Touching
1. Randy Orton challenges WWE Champion Triple H-- This one started off with Orton challenging the World Heavyweight Champion because he was pressing charges against Triple H and Triple H cannot wrestle from a jail cell. However, Triple H changed his mind, telling Orton this would be his opportunity to avenge what Triple H did to him in Evolution.
Orton changed his mind, dropping the charges and putting one condition on the match-- Triple H cannot put his hands on him until Wrestlemania unless physically provoked. Then, as Triple H left the ring, Orton proceeded to verbally provoke Triple H. Triple H angrily gets back to the ring and said, "Last time you and I fought in this ring, I broke your collarbone. That was just business. This is personal. This time I'm going to break your neck."
Just one comment, why hasn't Stephanie returned? I mean, she used to wrestle. In fact, she has been in a match which included Triple H and Chris Jericho as the only other competitors. She is not a frail person. An RKO should not keep her out this long.
2. Shawn Michaels v. Undertaker-- Yup, Vladimir Kozlov suffered his first loss in singles competition.
3. Big Show v. World Heavyweight Champion Edge-- Well, John Cena finally got his rematch Monday. Unfortunately, Edge decided to get himself disqualified, retaining the title. Vicki quickly announced Big Show as the #1 Contender. Somehow, I have a feeling Cena will be showing up on Smackdown to challenge this decision.
- Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka made a guest appearance on Chris Jericho's version of Piper's Pit. In his version, Jericho told Snuka he is washed up and well, it ends pretty much like the last time Snuka was on Piper's Pit with "Rowdy" Roddy Piper about 25 years ago.
- Kane qualifed for Money in the Bank, defeating Mike Knox and Rey Mysterio.
- Cowboy Bill Watts was announced as an inductee to the Hall of Fame.