WWE Monday Night Raw Recap (6/29) – 2-on1 Handicap Match – Big Show beats Andrade and Angel Garza

Big Show pinned Andrade

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WWE Monday Night Raw Recap (6/29) - 2-on1 Handicap Match - Big Show beats Andrade and Angel Garza

Backstage, Big Show is stretching when he was interrupted for an interview, and he admitted Flair and Orton definitely have a plan. Flair was a hero to Show when he was a kid, but when he got in the business, he learned that Flair is the dirtiest player in the game.

He gives Orton props for learning from Orton, but doesn’t give Andrade or Angel Garza a chance.

Handicap Match – Big Show vs. Andrade and Angel Garza

With the Big Show in the ring, Garza and Andrade went around the ring to put Big Show’s back to the ramp before they eventually entered the ring.

Neither Andrade or Garza want to be in the ring to star, and roll out of the ring before Andrade faked entering and Garza slid in.

He tried to escape, but Show caught him, much to Garza’s horror and pain.

A couple of echoing slaps to Garza’s chest sends Garza to his corner where he hides as Andrade refuses to tag in. Andrade climbs onto the apron, and Garza tags him in before Andrade could do anything.

Zelina Vega looks to be in as much pain as Andrade and Garza after his slaps to their chests.

Andrade tries to fight back, but Show manhandles him with headbutts, the last sends Andrade into the corner where he bumps into Garza and accidentally tags him in.

Garza starts kicking Show’s knee and kept stomping. Andrade tagged himself in, but Garza didn’t want him to jump in after he did all the work. Another argument ensued, and Garza left him alone, saying, “This is your moment.”

Andrade turned around into a chokeslam and the Big Show collected a pinfall win.

This was more of a leading the lambs to slaughter by Flair, as Andrade and Garza never really stood a chance, especially given their recent troubles. At some point it’s going to come to a head and they’ll go their separate ways in glorious fashion.

Getting back to the idea of this being a mind game on Orton’s behalf, it makes sense given he helped the Big Show to burn off some of his aggression. Maybe the hope was that Andrade and Garza could’ve done some damage. Either way, Big Show is one pissed off giant gunning for Randy Orton.

Backstage, R-Truth interrupts Apollo Crews, Ricochet, and Cedric Alexander

Truth looks a little shook up, and says he avoided the ninjas, thought he didn’t trust the three of them at first, even referred to Cedric Alexander as Cedric the Entertainer.

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