We come back to find Alicia Fox in the ring. She’ll be facing Beth Phoenix. They’re both wearing the same outfit, only Beth’s is actually filled out with woman. Alicia looks like a coat rack wrapped in leather.
They fight, and Layla (who will be facing Beth at Over The Limit) comes out to the stage to watch. Beth presses Alicia over her head and drops her on her stupid face. I’m sorry, but Alicia Fox has no business getting in a wrestling ring. When you’re not as big in diameter as the ring post, you should stay out of the ring.
Then it’s Glam Slam. Layla applauds Beth’s win, which apparently enrages her because she goes to stomp the shit out of what’s left of Alicia. This prompts Layla to run to the ring, slam Beth’s face in the mat and stand there jiggling her big boobs as Beth leaves.
Ugh. Interestingly, as Layla had her moment and her music was playing and her boobs were bouncing, the arena was stone silent. So, I guess WWE has finally achieved their goal of ruining the Divas division completely.
From here, we find out that John Cena has a lot of Facebook and Twitter followers. But did you also know he’s a Make-A-Wish ambassador and the most requested celebrity by Make-A-Wish children? Well you’ll find out in this upcoming 10 minute promo for Make-A-Wish.
Honestly, this is a great thing. Cena is good for the kids and the Make-A-Wish foundation. Running this promo helps get people back on Cena’s side, since the Rock ruined his credibility and Lesnar, well let’s be honest, beat the living shit out of him a few times. Plus, Make-A-Wish does great things. Kudos John.
Next they force feed us ANOTHER Big Show and Big Johnny recap. The same recap we’ve already seen twice. And we’re told that Show best be apologizing to Big Johnny unless he wants to be unemployed, facing a cold, hard world that has no use for a seven foot tall, four hundred pound, forty year old freak. You know, except for every other entertainment company out there. But let’s not dwell on reality.