Damien Sandow cashes in Money in the Bank contract but loses to John Cena

J. Meric

Damien Sandow did indeed cash in his Money in the Bank contract tonight (Oct. 28, 2013) on "Monday Night Raw" in Orlando. But a one-armed John Cena, who also tweaked his knee during the match, was too much and Sandow lost the match.

Tonight's (Oct. 28, 2013) episode of Monday Night Raw in Orlando, Florida, the fallout show from the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view (PPV) last night in Miami, opened with John Cena making his second big return in as many nights, only this time he was holding the world heavyweight championship.

You know, the one he earned by defeating Alberto Del Rio the previous evening.

After cutting a promo announcing he is once again here and if anyone wants some they can come get some, Damien Sandow's music hit and he charged the ring with his Money in the Bank briefcase and guaranteed title shot contract in hand. He teased cashing in at first, then viciously attacked Cena's injured arm, and finally decided to actually cash in.

A referee ran down and it was on.

The entire match centered around Cena having his arm too jacked to work like he usually does, though he still managed to hit all his big spots. Sandow got to hit all his too, and whether anyone wants to admit it or not, the match was super hot all throughout.

Orlando even praised the two with a "THIS IS AWE-SOME" chant.

In the end, Sandow simply couldn't defeat Cena despite the fact that Cena was working with only one good arm and even tweaked his knee at one point in the match.

Cue "LOL CENA WINS" gifs in the comments below.

For complete results and the live blog from tonight's episode of Raw click here.

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