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Monday, Week 2, July, 2014


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW:


Non-Title: Champ vs. Champ: WWE Universal Champ Brock Lesnar vs. WWE IC Champ Dean Ambrose
The main event of tonight’s edition of Monday Night RAW will see a Champion versus Champion match as the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar will take on the WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose. This will be a non-title match so neither title will be on the line. The Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero has certainly awarded the WWE Universe with a great main event tonight and the unpredictable Dean Ambrose will no doubt do all he can to try to pick up the all-important victory over the “Beast” Brock Lesnar, who may or may not have his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn at his side. At the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View later this month Brock Lesnar will put his WWE Universal Championship on the line against Roman Reigns whilst Ambrose will compete in the RAW Money in the Bank ladder match.

WWE RAW Tag Team Titles: Big E Langston & Kofi Kingston © vs. Resurrection (Luke Gallows & ???)
Two weeks ago on Monday Night RAW Luke Gallows made his return to the WWE Universe, and entered the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero’s office, telling her that he had a tag team partner that would be here in one week. Last week on RAW Gallows would come to the ring to tell the WWE Universe that there had been a slight delay and that his partner would be here in another week. Tonight Luke Gallows has confirmed that he and his mystery partner will both be here and will challenge Big E and Kofi Kingston for the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships.

Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate versus Solomon Crowe
Two weeks ago on Monday Night RAW Tyler Bate defeated Danny Burch to become the first ever WWE United Kingdom Champion. Tonight on RAW Tyler Bate will take on Solomon Crowe in non-title action.



Batista versus Kassius Ohno
Tonight’s episode of Monday Night RAW will also feature the return of Batista as he will take on Kassius Ohno. Batista is a Band Member and hasn’t been seen on RAW since May as he has apparently been touring with his band.

CM Punk versus Curt Hawkins
Another former World Champion, CM Punk, will also make his in-ring return to Monday Night RAW tonight to take on Curt Hawkins. CM Punk is a Clubber and although he doesn’t drink he has apparently been on the party scene since his last match on RAW back in May.

WWE Divas Champion Bayley and Alexa Bliss versus Raquel Diaz and Audrey Marie
Finally, Divas tag team action tonight on Monday Night RAW will see the WWE Diva Champion Bayley team up with Alexa Bliss to take on the team of Raquel Diaz and Audrey Marie. Last week on RAW Raquel Diaz, the daughter of the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero, attacked Bayley following her victory over Sexy Star only for the former Divas Champion Sasha Banks to make the save.



Quick Picks:
Non-Title: Champ vs. Champ: WWE Universal Champ Brock Lesnar vs. WWE IC Champ Dean Ambrose
WWE RAW Tag Team Titles: Big E Langston & Kofi Kingston © vs. Resurrection (Luke Gallows & ???)
Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate versus Solomon Crowe
Batista versus Kassius Ohno
CM Punk versus Curt Hawkins
WWE Divas Champion Bayley and Alexa Bliss versus Raquel Diaz and Audrey Marie

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Monday, Week 2, July, 2014


WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from Edith Kanaka’ole Stadium (HI) 5,000 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Nikki Bella versus Beth Phoenix
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Nikki Bella defeated Beth Phoenix in 18:17 by pinfall with a Twin Magic. Nikki Bella and Beth Phoenix just don’t click at all as opponents, and unfortunately it showed in their respective performances here. Ultimately it was Nikki Bella who picked up the all-important victory here but in controversial fashion as whilst Beth Phoenix was complaining to the referee following a two count, Brie Bella switched places with her sister Nikki before rolling Beth Phoenix up to get the win.
Match Rating: E-

Pre-Show: Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Swagger & Tensai defeated Brodus & Riley in 18:25 when Tensai defeated Brodus Clay by pinfall with a Swagger Bomb. Tensai was visibly tiring towards the end of this match which led to the much younger and smaller Jack Swagger doing most of the heavy lifting for his team including coming into the ring and hitting Brodus Clay with an incredible Swagger bomb before Tensai crawled in to get the pinfall victory.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Rob Van Dam versus Kenny King
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Rob Van Dam defeated Kenny King in 18:26 by pinfall with a Five Star Frog Splash. The Monday Night RAW commentary team of Michael Cole, Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler took up their positions at ringside prior to this one getting underway.
Match Rating: C-



Monday Night RAW kicks off with the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar making his way to the ring. Lesnar is alone tonight and receives a great reception from the WWE Universe in attendance as Lesnar takes a microphone from the ringside area. Lesnar says that his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn isn’t with him tonight because he has some things to get off his chest again. Lesnar says that at the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View later this month he will beat Roman Reigns to retain the Universal title. Lesnar continues by saying that he’s grateful that the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero has put him in a non-title Champion versus Champion match with Dean Ambrose tonight, as not only is Ambrose the reigning Intercontinental Champion but he’s also a former United States Champion and exactly the kind of competition that Brock wants. Alberto Del Rio then joins Lesnar in the ring and once again tells Brock that Del Rio will win the RAW Money in the Bank ladder match and go on to become the new WWE Universal Champion. As Lesnar and Del Rio stare one another down Roman Reigns and William Regal come to the entrance-way, and Regal has a microphone in hand. Regal says that all three Shield members will be holding onto something by the time Money in the Bank comes to a close.
Rating: C

WWE Divas Champion Bayley and Alexa Bliss versus Raquel Diaz and Audrey Marie
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Bayley and Alexa Bliss defeated Raquel Diaz and Audrey Marie in 6:22 when Alexa Bliss defeated Audrey Marie by pinfall. The legendary Road Dogg accompanied Alexa Bliss to ringside for this tag team match, much to the delight of the WWE Universe in attendance. Road Dogg offered vocal support throughout the match which led to Alexa pinning Audrey Marie to get the win for her team.
Match Rating: F+

Alexa Bliss and Road Dogg stare at Bayley and the WWE Divas Championship before leaving Bayley to celebrate in front of the WWE Universe, only for Raquel Diaz to once again attack Bayley from behind until Sasha Banks rushes to the ring to make the save.
Rating: F

WWE RAW Tag Team Titles: Big E & Kofi Kingston © vs. Resurrection (Luke Gallows & Matt Hardy)
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Resurrection defeated Big E & Kofi in 11:45 when Matt Hardy defeated Big E Langston by pinfall with a Twist of Fate. Resurrection win the WWE RAW Tag Team titles. The WWE Universe are shocked to see Matt Hardy return as the tag team partner of Luke Gallows. Matt Hardy acts like a Degenerate throughout the entire match before winning the match and titles for his team after hitting Big E with a Twist of Fate.
Match Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find the WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose looking into a camera. Ambrose says that in tonight’s Monday Night RAW non-title main event he will beat the Universal Champion Brock Lesnar before going on to win the RAW Money in the Bank ladder match.
Rating: C-

Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate versus Solomon Crowe
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Tyler Bate defeated Solomon Crowe in 6:30 by pinfall. Unfortunately a pretty vocal crowd didn’t seem particularly thrilled with seeing Tyler Bate wrestle.
Match Rating: F

Following his victory the WWE UK Champion Tyler Bate celebrates in front of a fairly bored WWE Universe until Danny Burch comes to the entrance-way and asks Tyler for a rematch for the UK title at Money in the Bank, which Tyler Bate accepts.
Rating: F-

Batista versus Kassius Ohno
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Batista defeated Kassius Ohno in 8:11 by pinfall with a Spinebuster. Angel Williams accompanied Batista to ringside and cheered on the “Animal” throughout the match.
Match Rating: D+

As Batista celebrates his victory in the ring with Angel Williams we cut backstage to find Batista’s tag team partner Mason Ryan watching a monitor and cheering on his friend until Kane comes into the room with a ladder in hand and repeatedly hits Mason Ryan in the back with the steel ladder.
Rating: E+




CM Punk versus Curt Hawkins
In a match that had some good action and average heat, CM Punk defeated Curt Hawkins in 8:08 by submission with an Anaconda Vice. Michael Cole and Jerry “The King” Lawler argue on commentary over whether or not CM Punk is still relevant.
Match Rating: B-


The Miz comes to the entrance-way with a microphone in hand and tells the WWE Universe that not only will he eventually win back the Intercontinental Championship but that he will also win the RAW Money in the Bank ladder match, beating the losers such as Dean Ambrose and Alberto Del Rio in the process.
Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar doing final preparations for tonight’s main event when is approached by Paul Heyman, who says that he wants Brock back as his client. Lesnar pushes Heyman against the wall and tells him to leave him alone before he gets hurt.
Rating: B

Non-Title: Champ vs. Champ: Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. IC Champion Dean Ambrose
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Brock Lesnar defeated Dean Ambrose in 15:58 by pinfall with an F-5. Brock Lesnar is improving at Performance skills and was the deserving winner in a competitive main event.
Match Rating: B

Post-Show: Zack Ryder versus Kalisto
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Zack Ryder defeated Kalisto in 12:47 by pinfall. The Monday Night RAW commentary team remain at ringside to watch this match as Ryder is victorious.
Match Rating: E+




Post-Show: Sami Zayn versus Matt Morgan
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Sami Zayn defeated Matt Morgan in 12:33 by pinfall with a Brainbuster. The Monday Night RAW commentary team also stay at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D-


Final Show Rating: B-



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Rhyme1234: 7/9 (2/3)
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Thursday, Week 2, July, 2014


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE 205 Live:


Non-Title: WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville versus Tajiri
Last week’s episode of WWE 205 Live began with Ricardo Rodriguez in the ring introducing his clients to the WWE Universe, and the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and his British Ambition tag team partner Oliver Grey made their way to the ring. Adrian Neville demanded to know who his first challenger would be, and demanded to know the answer from the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle by the end of the evening. In last week’s 205 Live main event, Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey defeated the team of Tajiri and TJ Perkins. Whilst celebrating their victory with Rodriguez in the ring, Neville and Grey would be interrupted by the General Manager Hornswoggle who came to the entrance-way and announced that Neville will put the Cruiserweight Championship on the line at the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View later this month against the former multiple-time WWE Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio. Whilst Adrian Neville must be looking forward to Rey Mysterio and Money in the Bank, Neville must first take on Tajiri in singles competition in tonight’s non-title main event. Although Neville was able to pin Tajiri in last week’s tag team main event, the Martial Artist Tajiri will be doing all he can to knock out Neville and pick up the all-important victory against Neville tonight which could lead to Tajiri getting a future title opportunity somewhere down the line. Adrian Neville showed last week just how Cocky he is and he will likely be confident that he can beat Tajiri tonight as well as overcome Rey Mysterio at Money in the Bank to remain the WWE Cruiserweight Champion.

Rich Swann versus Simon Gotch
Rich Swann will be back in action tonight on 205 Live as he will take on the debuting Simon Gotch. Not much is known about Simon Gotch, although he did compete inside the NXT Arena last month under the name Ryan Drago in a loss to Steven Walters at NXT’s Passing the Torch live special. Simon Gotch failed to impress the NXT Universe last month and will be hoping for much more luck tonight against the impressive Rich Swann.

TJ Perkins versus Noam Dar
Finally, another WWE 205 Live debut will take place tonight as Noam Dar, Israeli by birth but having been brought up in Scotland, will take on TJ Perkins. Both of these Superstars will be doing all they can to impress the WWE Universe tonight as well as the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle. TJ Perkins has certainly become a Fan Favourite in his short time on 205 Live and just last week teamed up with one of his idols Tajiri in the evening’s main event as the pair lost to the Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey.



Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville versus Tajiri
Rich Swann versus Simon Gotch
TJ Perkins versus Noam Dar


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Thursday, Week 2, July, 2014


WWE 205 Live (Live from Afook-Chinen Auditorium (HI), 1,000 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Chad Gable versus Primo
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Chad Gable defeated Primo in 18:23 by submission. Unfortunately Chad Gable and Primo don’t seem to click as opponents and it made for an awkward bout here. Nevertheless, Chad Gable was still able to pick up the all-important victory here after the former Olympian forced the former WWE Tag Team Champion Primo to tap out. The WWE Universe continue to be impressed by Chad Gable.
Match Rating: E+

Tonight’s edition of WWE 205 Live kicks off with the 205 Live commentary team of Scott Stanford, John “Bradshaw” Layfield and the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman welcoming the live television audience to this evening’s show and noting that tonight’s main event will see the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville in non-title action against Tajiri. Ricardo Rodriguez then makes his way to the ring to a chorus of boos from the WWE Universe in attendance. Rodriguez takes a microphone from the ringside area and says that he would like to introduce his clients, the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and the man chiseled of pure stone, Oliver Grey, collectively known as British Ambition. The British Ambition pairing of Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey then come to the ring and Rodriguez hands his client Neville the microphone. Neville says that as the Cruiserweight Champion and King of the Cruiserweights he is pleased to welcome the peasants in attendance to his show, and reminds the WWE Universe in attendance that they paid their hard earned money to watch Neville. The Cruiserweight Champion continues by saying that in tonight’s non-title main event he will beat Tajiri, a former Cruiserweight Champion and proving that a new era of the Cruiserweights is here. Neville then notes how last week the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle announce that Neville will put his Cruiserweight Championship on the line against Rey Mysterio at the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View later this month. Neville says that he doesn’t care how many titles Rey Mysterio has won in the past or how many years he has been competing on Monday Night RAW or Friday Night SmackDown. Neville says that this is a different era and just like Tajiri tonight, Rey Mysterio will learn to bow down to the King of the Cruiserweights and the star of the new era of Cruiserweights, Adrian Neville. The trio of Adrian Neville, Oliver Grey and Ricardo Rodriguez then head to the back as 205 Live cuts to its first commercial break of the evening.
Rating: E

TJ Perkins versus Noam Dar
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, TJ Perkins defeated Noam Dar in 9:33 by pinfall with a Jumping Neckbreaker. Following the commercial break the 205 Live commentary team of Scott Stanford, John “Bradshaw” Layfield and Billy Kidman welcome us back and we are set for in-ring action. TJ Perkins then makes his way to the ring to a great reception from the WWE Universe in attendance, followed by the debuting Noam Dar who gets a largely negative reaction from those in attendance. Unfortunately this match was too long given who was involved with the WWE Universe knowing nothing about Noam Dar yet with this being his debut match. In a back and forth contest, TJ Perkins eventually gets the victory here after hitting an impressive looking Jumping Neckbreaker as the commentary team note that the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle must surely have been impressed with Perkins’ performance tonight.
Match Rating: E+

Following another commercial break we cut backstage to find Tajiri preparing for tonight’s 205 Live non-title main event against the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville when Chad Gable walks into the room. Chad Gable tells Tajiri that he as well as the rest of the WWE Universe saw TJ Perkins team with Tajiri last week and now TJ Perkins just won a match. Chad Gable says that he too would like the opportunity to team up with the former Cruiserweight Champion Tajiri, and suggests that next week Gable and Tajiri team up to take on British Ambition. Tajiri says he’ll think about it as we cut to a commercial break.
Rating: E+

Rich Swann versus Simon Gotch
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Rich Swann defeated Simon Gotch in 7:54 by pinfall with a Chicken Fried Driver. Simon Gotch was making his 205 Live debut tonight and spent the majority of the match trying to impress John “Bradshaw” Layfield by mimicking JBL’s move set and mimicking his gestures. Simon Gotch seemed like he was auditioning for the role of Sidekick to JBL which ended up costing him the match here.
Match Rating: E-

We cut backstage to find Chavo Guerrero walking into the office of the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle, who tells Chavo that he shouldn’t worry about what has happened to Vickie Guerrero on Monday Night RAW and her position as Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor, because Chavo’s job on 205 Live is still safe. Chavo asks Hornswoggle what he’s talking about and Hornswoggle says that we will learn more next week on RAW but it looks as though Vickie is done with the WWE and has been relieved of her duties as RAW Managing Supervisor.
Rating: D-

Following a commercial break we cut backstage again to find Epico trying to open his lunch box but struggling to do so until Tajiri walks by, takes the lunch box and opens it with ease, leaving Epico looking embarrassed.
Rating: E-

Non-Title: WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville versus Tajiri
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Adrian Neville defeated Tajiri in 11:27 by pinfall with a Shooting Star Legdrop. Ricardo Rodriguez introduced his client Adrian Neville for tonight’s 205 Live main event and cheered on Neville throughout the match which Neville won with an impressive Shooting Star Legdrop.
Match Rating: E+


Final Show Rating: E+





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Rhyme1234: 7/9
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Friday, Week 2, July, 2014


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown:


Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins versus Sheamus
The main event of tonight’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown was announced earlier today via a tweet sent out by the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie and will see the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins take on Sheamus in non-title action. The WWE Universe is sure to be in for a great main event tonight in this first-time ever one on one match between these two Superstars. At the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View later this month Seth Rollins will put the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line in a Fatal Four-Way match against Damien Sandow, Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton. Meanwhile, we learned last week on SmackDown that the final line-up for the SmackDown Money in the Bank ladder match will see Sheamus, Antonio Cesaro, the WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens, the WWE Tag Tam Champions Jimmy and Jey Uso as well as the returning Daniel Bryan compete for a chance to win the Money in the Bank contract and a guaranteed future title opportunity. An all-important victory for Sheamus tonight over the WWE Champion will build great momentum for the Irishman as he heads to Money in the Bank.

Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso’s vs. Team Gorgeous (Breeze & Madsen)
Tag team action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown will see the WWE Tag Team Champions Jimmy and Jey Uso take on the Team Gorgeous pairing of Tyler Breeze and Knuckles Madsen in a non-title match. As aforementioned, whilst Jimmy and Jey are twin brothers and will no doubt be working together in their tag team match tonight, they will be opponents in the Money in the Bank ladder match.

Non-Title: WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens versus Mark Henry
Tonight’s Friday Night SmackDown will see the return of the “World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry as he will take on the WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens in a non-title match. Owens has been on a roll as of late but this is the first time he will have ever stepped inside the ring with Mark Henry.


Antonio Cesaro versus Tyson Kidd
Before Antonio Cesaro competes in the Money in the Bank ladder match later this month he will take on his former tag team partner Tyson Kidd tonight on Friday Night SmackDown in a rematch from the Payback Pay-Per-View when Cesaro beat Kidd.

Ted DiBiase versus Goldust
Last week on Friday Night SmackDown the WWE Universe were promised a new destructive side of Goldust but the Golden One failed to beat Sheamus. Tonight Goldust will take on the returning Ted DiBiase.

Non-Title: WWE Women’s Champion Naomi versus Tamina
Finally, the WWE Women’s Champion Naomi will take on Tamina in a non-title match tonight on Friday Night SmackDown. We learned last week that Naomi will put her title on the line against Rain at Money in the Bank.

Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins versus Sheamus
Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso’s vs. Team Gorgeous (Breeze & Madsen)
Non-Title: WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens versus Mark Henry
Antonio Cesaro versus Tyson Kidd
Ted DiBiase versus Goldust
Non-Title: WWE Women’s Champion Naomi versus Tamina


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WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (Live from Macon Coliseum (GA), 6,736 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Christina Von Eerie versus Layla
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Layla defeated Christina Von Eerie in 18:16 by pinfall with a Lay-Out. Christina Von Eerie and Layla have pretty good chemistry as opponents, and it lifted the match here. Ultimately it is the former WWE Divas Champion Layla who picks up the all-important victory in this one after hitting Christina Von Eerie with her Lay-Out finishing maneuver. The WWE Universe weren’t too bored with this match despite it going on for a long time.
Match Rating: E+

Pre-Show: R-Truth and Christian versus Prime Time Players
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Truth & Christian defeated Prime Time Players in 18:08 when R-Truth defeated Titus O'Neil by pinfall with a What's Up. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team of Josh Mathews, Joey Styles and Matt Striker take up their positions at ringside prior to this tag team match taking place which sees Truth and Christian get the win over the Prime Time Players of Darren Young and Titus O’Neil after R-Truth pins Titus.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Justin Gabriel versus Luke Harper
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, Luke Harper defeated Justin Gabriel in 17:34 by pinfall with a Running Big Boot. As the Friday Night SmackDown commentary team looks on from ringside Luke Harper gets the win over Justin Gabriel.
Match Rating: D+



Friday Night SmackDown kicks off with the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins making his way to the ring. Seth Rollins receives a chorus of boos from the WWE Universe in attendance as he retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Rollins says that ever since he was the first ever NXT Champion, over a year ago competing inside the NXT Arena in front of the NXT Universe, he knew that he was destined for greatness. Rollins reminds everyone how at his very first Wrestlemania just a few months ago he defeated the Undertaker to end the Undertaker’s Wrestlemania undefeated streak. Rollins therefore says he isn’t surprised that now he is at the top of the industry as the “man” and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, that he has Superstars coming at him from so many angles. Rollins says that he understands that the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie wants a marquee title match for Money in the Bank which is why Rollins will put his title on the line in a Fatal Four-Way match against Damien Sandow, Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton. However, says Rollins, he thinks it’s a bit unfair that he has to take on the Irish madman Sheamus in tonight’s non-title main event. The Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie then comes to the entrance-way with a microphone in hand and says that Rollins should make the most of his time in the ring with Sheamus tonight as if Sheamus wins the Money in the Bank ladder match and Rollins remains the WWE Champion after Money in the Bank then Rollins may have to face Sheamus again in the not so distant future.
Rating: C-

Non-Title: WWE Women’s Champion Naomi versus Tamina
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Naomi defeated Tamina in 6:58 by pinfall with Nightfalls. Naomi and Tamina have great chemistry as opponents, and it showed in their performances tonight.
Match Rating: D-

As Naomi celebrates her victory in front of the WWE Universe, the cheers soon turn to boos as Rain once again rushes to the ring and attacks Naomi from behind before standing over the fallen Women’s Champion.
Rating: E-

Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso’s vs. Team Gorgeous (Breeze & Madsen)
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, The Uso's defeated Team Gorgeous in 7:24 when Jey Uso defeated Tyler Breeze by pinfall with an Alley-Us. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note how at the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View Jimmy and Jey will be opponents in the SmackDown Money in the Bank ladder match and may have to fight one another.
Match Rating: D+

The lights go out in the arena and a countdown clock appears on the screen which ticks down to zero before Chris Jericho makes his return much to the delight of the WWE Universe. However before he can say anything Jericho is joined in the ring by Stardust who looks at Jericho in a strange way which causes Jericho to leave the ring with Stardust looking angry.
Rating: C-

Non-Title: WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens versus Mark Henry
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Kevin Owens defeated Mark Henry in 7:54 by pinfall with a Package Piledriver. Mark Henry was really off his game tonight which allowed Kevin Owens to get the win.
Match Rating: D+

Following a commercial break Damien Sandow comes to the ring and tells the WWE Universe that at the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View he will win the Fatal Four-Way match to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
Rating: D+

As the WWE Universe cheer Damien Sandow in the ring the lights dim and Bray Wyatt appears on the screen. Bray Wyatt tells Sandow that he’s lucky Randy Orton isn’t here tonight, but Sandow cuts off Bray and says that he doesn’t fear Wyatt or Orton.
Rating: C-

Ted DiBiase versus Goldust
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Goldust defeated Ted DiBiase in 6:43 by pinfall with a Reverse STO. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Goldust looked very vicious tonight.
Match Rating: D

(Arn Anderson would seriously consider either turning Goldust or trying a new gimmick as he has become a stale character and needs a shake-up.)

Following his victory Goldust takes a microphone from the ringside area to address the WWE Universe. Goldust says that Ted DiBiase may be a second generation Superstar but that Goldust is the most dangerous man on Friday Night SmackDown.
Rating: E+

We cut backstage to find Sheamus approaching Mickie James. Sheamus looks Shy and can’t look at Mickie in the eye. Mickie asks Sheamus why he’s so shy as she’s seen him talking to Hailey Hatred in recent weeks. Sheamus says that Mickie is a former Women’s Champion and makes his belly go all funny.
Rating: C

Antonio Cesaro versus Tyson Kidd
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Antonio Cesaro defeated Tyson Kidd in 8:08 by pinfall with a Neutralizer. Antonio Cesaro was once again accompanied to the ring by his manager Robbie Brookside.
Match Rating: C

Following his victory Antonio Cesaro celebrates with his manager Robbie Brookside in front of the WWE Universe until the US Champion Kevin Owens hits Cesaro in the back of the head with his US Championship title belt.
Rating: C+

A video is played hyping the Friday Night SmackDown Money in the Bank ladder match which will see Antonio Cesaro, Sheamus, the US Champion Kevin Owens, the WWE Tag Team Champions Jimmy and Jey Uso as well as Daniel Bryan compete for the briefcase.
Rating: B-

We cut backstage to find Mark Henry being consoled by Big Show after Mark Henry’s loss earlier tonight. Suddenly, Goldust and Stardust rush into the room and the brothers attack Mark Henry and Big Show until John Cena and Chris Jericho rush into the room to make the save.
Rating: C-


Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins versus Sheamus
In a bout that featured great action and great heat from the audience, Seth Rollins defeated Sheamus in 14:58 by pinfall with a Phoenix Splash. Sheamus is improving in Technical skills but it’s Rollins who gets the win here.
Match Rating: B

Post-Show: Uncle Elgin versus Wade Barrett
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Wade Barrett defeated Uncle Elgin in 12:42 by pinfall with The Wasteland. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team stay at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D

Post-Show: Colt Cabana versus Camacho
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Colt Cabana defeated Camacho in 12:40 by submission with an Inverted Boston Crab. Steve Lombardi accompanied Camacho to the ring.
Match Rating: E+

Final Show Rating: B-




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Saturday, Week 2, July, 2014


The following contests are confirmed to take place at tonight’s NXT Road to Revolution:


NXT Championship: Curtis Axel © versus NXT Arena Champion Ezekiel Jackson
The main event of tonight’s special NXT Road to Revolution event will see Curtis Axel put the NXT Championship on the line against the reigning NXT Arena Champion, Ezekiel Jackson. A former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Curtis Axel became just the third NXT Champion in history when he defeated the former NXT Champion Justin Gabriel at NXT Falling Apart back in April to win the title. Since then, Curtis Axel has made two successful title defences, with the first of those coming against Ezekiel Jackson at NXT Coronation of Champions back in May and the second occurring with a victory against Bray Wyatt at last month’s NXT Passing the Torch. Ezekiel Jackson defeated the first ever NXT Arena Champion Adam Pearce back in January at NXT Downward Spiral and since then has made four successful title defences including defending the twice against Wesley Blake, once against Kalisto and an impressive victory over Braun Strowman back in February. Although Ezekiel Jackson’s NXT Arena title is not on the line tonight, Ezekiel Jackson will be doing all he can to pick up the all-important victory against Curtis Axel and leave as a dual Champion.

Sugar Dunkerton versus Bobby Roode
Tonight will see the NXT debut of Bobby Roode, an Egomaniac who has competed and won Championships all over the world. Bobby Roode’s debut opponent tonight will be Sugar Dunkerton, a Fun Babyface who made his NXT debut last month at NXT Passing the Torch in a losing effort to A.R. Fox.

Wesley Blake versus Steven Walters
Wesley Blake and Steven Walters will go head to head tonight with both competitors looking to impress the NXT General Manager Jim Cornette. Steven Walters made his NXT debut last month at NXT Passing the Torch with a victory over Ryan Drago.




Aiden English versus JTG
The Gangsta known as JTG will be in action tonight at he will take on the man who sees himself as a bit of a Moviestar, Aiden English. JTG has spent years competing on both Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown and certainly has the experience edge over Aiden English.

Tommaso Ciampa versus Adam Pearce
The Bad Ass known as Tommaso Ciampa will make his NXT debut tonight as he will take on the first ever NXT Arena Champion Adam Pearce. The “Old School Heel” Adam Pearce will be looking to do whatever it takes to spoil the debut of Ciampa tonight.

Scott Dawson versus Dustin Rayz
Scott Dawson is a hard-hitter who feels he has “No Gimmick Needed” and will let his in-ring actions do the speaking for him. Tonight Dawson will take on Dustin Rayz, a Bad Ass who defeated Kalisto in his NXT debut back at NXT Coronation of Champions in May.

Sin Cara versus Sunny Dhinsa
The masked Gangsta, Sin Cara, will take on newcomer Sunny Dhinsa tonight. Making his NXT debut, not much is known about Dhinsa but he is in for a tough test against Sin Cara, who defeated Matt Silva at last month’s NXT Passing the Torch event.

NXT Tag Team Champion Eve Torres versus NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte
Finally, the NXT Tag Team Champions Eve Torres and Charlotte, collectively known as “Team Brilliance”, will face off against one another tonight. It was recently revealed on Twitter by the NXT General Manager Jim Cornette that the NXT Women’s Championship, of which Eve Torres was the first and only Champion, has been retired.








Quick Picks:
NXT Championship: Curtis Axel © versus NXT Arena Champion Ezekiel Jackson
Sugar Dunkerton versus Bobby Roode
Wesley Blake versus Steven Walters
Aiden English versus JTG
Tommaso Ciampa versus Adam Pearce
Scott Dawson versus Dustin Rayz
Sin Cara versus Sunny Dhinsa
NXT Tag Team Champion Eve Torres versus NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte




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Saturday, Week 2, July, 2014


NXT Road to Revolution (Live from Kingsport Civic Auditorium (TN) 1,000 in Attendance)

Sin Cara versus Sunny Dhinsa
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Sunny Dhinsa went to a time limit draw with Sin Cara in 20:00 after the time limit expired. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette welcomed the live audience to tonight’s show from his position at the commentary table as NXT’s sole announcer. The NXT Universe inside the sold out NXT Arena then give Sin Cara a great reception as the masked competitor makes his way to the ring. Jim Cornette notes on commentary that Sin Cara is a Gangsta and has gone through trials and tribulations in his past before making it to the WWE and NXT. Sin Cara’s opponent, Sunny Dhinsa, then makes his way to the ring. Making his debut tonight, there is not much to be said or noted about Sunny Dhinsa although Jim Cornette notes that he is a very big individual and before being signed to NXT was training to compete at the 2016 Summer Olympics. These two go back and forth in a highly competitive match which ends after twenty minutes when the time limit expires with neither competitor being able to pick up the all-important victory.
Match Rating: D-

Scott Dawson versus Dustin Rayz
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Dustin Rayz defeated Scott Dawson in 12:40 by submission with an Inverted Boston Crab. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette introduces the participants for the next match and the “Bad Ass” Dustin Rayz makes his way to the ring to a mixed reception from the NXT Universe in attendance inside the sold out NXT Arena. Scott Dawson then makes his way to the ring to a decent ovation. Jim Cornette notes on commentary that there is “No Gimmick Needed” for Scott Dawson as he is a hard-hitter who lets his talking be done inside the ring. Scott Dawson has experience competing in front of the WWE Universe on Monday Night RAW and although he never won a match on RAW he has competed on WWE’s flagship show against the likes of Kane, CM Punk and Zack Ryder. However, it was Dustin Rayz that picks up the win here after forcing Scott Dawson to submit to a painful looking Inverted Boston Crab.
Match Rating: E-


NXT Tag Team Champion Eve Torres versus NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Eve Torres defeated Charlotte in 7:24 by pinfall with a DDT. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette notes on commentary that the next match is an interesting one which will see the two NXT Tag Team Champions face off against one another. Charlotte, the woman who acts like the Girl-Next-Door despite being the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer, the “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, then makes her way to the ring to a mixed reception from the NXT Universe in attendance inside the sold out NXT Arena. Her opponent, Eve Torres, receives a better reaction as she claps hands with those in attendance. Jim Cornette notes that despite being the first ever and only NXT Women’s Champion in history, Eve Torres still sees herself as an “Every-Man” and loves to meet the fans. After a back and forth contest, Eve Torres gets the win here after hitting her partner with a DDT.
Match Rating: D+

Tommaso Ciampa versus Adam Pearce
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Tommaso Ciampa defeated Adam Pearce in 6:58 by pinfall with a Running Knee. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette notes on commentary that Ciampa is making his NXT debut tonight, and the NXT Universe in attendance soon got on the side of Ciampa during this match as he was a compete Bad Ass in the ring against the former NXT Arena Champion Adam Pearce. Ciampa finally put Pearce away after a Running Knee.
Match Rating: D-

Aiden English versus JTG
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, JTG defeated Aiden English in 12:42 by pinfall with a Swinging Neckbreaker. The NXT Universe in attendance inside the NXT Arena are behind Aiden English tonight as he acts like a Movie Star throughout the match and regularly stopping to pose for photographs. His opponent, JTG, is somewhat of a Gangsta and the NXT General Manager Jim Cornette notes that JTG has years of experience competing in front of the WWE Universe. Ultimately, this experience pays off as JTG gets the win.
Match Rating: D-

Wesley Blake versus Steven Walters
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Steven Walters defeated Wesley Blake in 8:16 by pinfall with a Flapjack. The NXT Universe inside the NXT Arena aren’t sure what to think of Steven Walters as he has a straight face and didn’t play to the crowd at all. Steven Walters is still able to get the win here.
Match Rating: E-

Sugar Dunkerton versus Bobby Roode
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Bobby Roode defeated Sugar Dunkerton in 8:08 by pinfall with a Glorious DDT. Bobby Roode makes his debut inside the NXT Arena tonight and comes out to entrance-music declaring how “Glorious” he is. Roode acts like an Egomaniac throughout the match before putting Dunkerton away with the Glorious DDT.
Match Rating: C

NXT Championship: Curtis Axel © versus NXT Arena Champion Ezekiel Jackson
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Curtis Axel defeated Ezekiel Jackson in 18:08 by pinfall with a Perfect-Plex. Curtis Axel makes defence number three of his NXT Championship. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette provides ring introductions for tonight’s NXT Championship main event before sitting back down to provide commentary. The NXT Universe inside the sold out NXT Arena sees Axel once again retain his title here in a back-and-forth contest.
Match Rating: C



Final Show Rating: C



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Monday, Week 3, July, 2014


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW:


Non-Title: WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar versus The Miz
Rumours have been running rampant over the past seven days that the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero’s position with the WWE has been taken away and that Vickie Guerrero has in fact left the WWE. This was seemingly confirmed on last week’s edition of 205 Live when the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle told Chavo Guerrero that his position with 205 Live was safe despite Vickie Guerrero’s circumstances. Chavo seemed confused and Hornswoggle said that we should find out more this week on RAW. We do know that tonight’s non-title main event will see the WWE Universal Brock Lesnar in action against the Miz as these two Superstars go head to head for the first time ever. Tonight’s RAW main event should be a treat to the WWE Universe and the Miz has a huge opportunity to gain an all-important victory over the WWE Universal Champion.

WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: Resurrection (Hardy & Gallows) © vs. Batista and Mason Ryan
Last week on Monday Night RAW following weeks of speculation Luke Gallows finally revealed his tag team partner to be Matt Hardy. The WWE Universe witnessed the team of Hardy and Gallows, collectively known as Resurrection, defeat Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston to become the new WWE RAW Tag Team Champions. Tonight on RAW Resurrection will put the titles on the line for the very first time against the team of Batista and Mason Ryan.

Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose versus Evan Bourne
The WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose will be in action tonight on Monday Night RAW as he will take on Evan Bourne just a few weeks before Ambrose will compete in the RAW Money in the Bank ladder match. Tonight’s match with Bourne will be a non-title affair.




Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate versus J Bronson
It was three weeks ago on Monday Night RAW that Tyler Bate defeated Danny Burch to become the first ever WWE United Kingdom Champion and last week Danny Burch challenged Bate to a rematch for the UK title at the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View. Before Bate faces Burch at Money in the Bank he must first take on J Bronson in non-title action tonight.

Fatsuhiko Nakajima versus Danny Burch
Speaking of Danny Burch, the Englishman will be in action tonight on Monday Night RAW as he will take on the Japanese Superstar known as Fatsuhiko Nakajima. Burch will be looking to build momentum before he challenges Tyler Bate for the UK title at Money in the Bank.

WWE Divas Champion Bayley, Alexa Bliss & Sasha Banks versus Raquel Diaz, Audrey Marie & Kharma
Finally, Divas action tonight on Monday Night RAW will see a huge six-Diva tag team match as the WWE Divas Champion Bayley will team up with Alexa Bliss and Sasha Banks to take on the team of Raquel Diaz, Audrey Marie and Kharma. We know that later this month at the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View Bayley will put her Divas Championship on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Raquel Diaz and the former Champion Sasha Banks. With Vickie Guerrero possibly no longer being the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor, will her daughter Raquel Diaz be able to focus tonight?


Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar versus The Miz
WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: Resurrection (Hardy & Gallows) © vs. Batista and Mason Ryan
Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose versus Evan Bourne
Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate versus J Bronson
Fatsuhiko Nakajima versus Danny Burch
WWE Divas Champion Bayley, Alexa Bliss & Sasha Banks versus Raquel Diaz, Audrey Marie & Kharma


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Non-Title: WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar versus The Miz
WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: Resurrection (Hardy & Gallows) © vs. Batista and Mason Ryan
Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose versus Evan Bourne
Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate versus J Bronson
Fatsuhiko Nakajima versus Danny Burch
WWE Divas Champion Bayley, Alexa Bliss & Sasha Banks versus Raquel Diaz, Audrey Marie & Kharma


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Monday, Week 3, July, 2014


WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from Macon Coliseum (GA) 6,324 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Ayako Hamada versus Sexy Star
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Ayako Hamada defeated Sexy Star in 18:13 by pinfall with a Hamada Driver. Ayako Hamada and Sexy Star fortunately have pretty good chemistry as opponents, and it lifted the match. The WWE Universe aren’t particularly interested by either of these Divas generally despite both competing in matches on Monday Night RAW over the past year, but the chemistry between the two meant that those in attendance didn’t mind the match going so long. Ultimately Ayako Hamada picks up the all-important victory here.
Match Rating: E+

Pre-Show: Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Big E & Kofi defeated Swagger & Tensai in 17:57 when Big E Langston defeated Tensai by pinfall with a Big Ending. Tensai was visibly tiring towards the end of this match which led to Big E and Kofi focusing their offence on Tensai and trying to stop Tensai from getting the tag to Jack Swagger. Finally Big E put Tensai away after hitting the Big Ending.
Match Rating: C+

Pre-Show: Rob Van Dam versus Leo Kruger
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Rob Van Dam defeated Leo Kruger in 18:29 by pinfall with a Van Daminator. Unfortunately this match was too long given who was involved.
Match Rating: D




Monday Night RAW kicks off with the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar making his way to the ring. Lesnar is once again without his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn and Brock receives a great reception from the WWE Universe in attendance as he retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Lesnar says that he left Friday Night SmackDown after being unwilling to work for the SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie, and that brought him back to RAW where he is now the reigning WWE Universal Champion. Brock says that he has heard the rumours all week long that the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero has been removed from her position and has left the WWE and demands to know from the WWE Chief Operating Officer Triple H who the new RAW General Manager will be by the end of the evening. As for his non-title main event with the Miz tonight, Brock continues, he is excited about going one on one with the loud-mouth Miz for the very first time and shutting him up for good. Alberto Del Rio then interrupts Brock Lesnar and joins him in the ring. Del Rio takes a microphone of his own and says that Brock shouldn’t under-estimate the Miz as he is a former United States Champion. Del Rio then says that Brock should also be worried about Del Rio after he wins the RAW Money in the Bank ladder match in a few weeks. Roman Reigns and William Regal then come to the entrance-way and Regal says that Brock should be the most worried about Reigns taking the Universal Championship at Money in the Bank.
Rating: C

WWE Divas Champion Bayley, Alexa Bliss & Sasha Banks versus Raquel Diaz, Audrey Marie & Kharma
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Bayley, Alexa Bliss and Sasha Banks defeated Raquel Diaz, Audrey Marie and Kharma in 6:18 when Alexa Bliss defeated Kharma by pinfall. WWE Legend Road Dogg once again accompanied his client Alexa Bliss to ringside for this six-Diva tag team match, much to the delight of the WWE Universe in attendance. At Money in the Bank Bayley will put her Divas title on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Sasha Banks and Raquel Diaz but Alexa Bliss was the star of this match, with Road Dogg cheering her on throughout the match. Alexa pins Kharma to get the win for her team.
Match Rating: E

Following the conclusion of the match the participants make their way to the back except for Alexa Bliss who celebrates with her manager Road Dogg in the ring. Audrey Marie then returns to the entrance-way and she is joined by Rain, who says that while she will win the Women’s Championship from Naomi at Money in the Bank she is here to support her best friend Audrey Marie tonight. Audrey Marie then challenges Bliss to a match at Money in the Bank, which Alexa accepts.
Rating: E-



WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: Resurrection (Hardy & Gallows) © vs. Batista & Mason Ryan
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Resurrection defeated Batista & Mason Ryan in 11:10 when Matt Hardy defeated Mason Ryan by pinfall with a Twist of Fate. Resurrection make defence number 1 of their WWE RAW Tag Team titles. Angel Williams accompanies her now boyfriend Batista to ringside for this WWE RAW Tag Team Championship match but it’s Resurrection who retain their titles here.
Match Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find the Miz looking into a camera. Miz says that in tonight’s Monday Night RAW non-title main event he will beat Brock Lesnar and then go on to win the RAW Money in the Bank ladder match.
Rating: C-

Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose versus Evan Bourne
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Dean Ambrose defeated Evan Bourne in 9:35 by pinfall with a Headlock Driver. The Monday Night RAW commentary team of Michael Cole, Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler note that Ambrose will be in the RAW Money in the Bank ladder match.
Match Rating: C

Following his victory Dean Ambrose takes a microphone from ringside to address the WWE Universe. Ambrose says that he will win the RAW Money in the Bank ladder match and demands to know who the final participant will be to join Ambrose, Kane, Regal, Del Rio and the Miz.
Rating: C-

Richie Steamboat comes to the ring to address the WWE Universe but before he can say anything Kane walks to the ring with a ladder in hand. Just like last week when he victimized Mason Ryan backstage, Kane assaults Steamboat with the ladder leaving him motionless in the ring.
Rating: E+




Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate versus J Bronson
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Tyler Bate defeated J Bronson in 6:10 by submission. A pretty vocal crowd didn’t seem particularly thrilled with seeing Tyler Bate wrestle. It will take the WWE Universe some time to get used to the UK Champion.
Match Rating: E

Following a commercial break Alex Riley comes to the ring and tells the WWE Universe that although he’s all for change, the introduction of the UK title means that Superstars like Riley are getting less opportunities. Riley says that he will make an opportunity for himself and challenges anybody to a match at Money in the Bank. A man runs out of the crowd and approaches Riley from behind before throwing him out of the ring. The man picks up the microphone and says that his name is Pete Dunne, and he is a Parking Inspector from the UK. Dunne says that Riley just got a ticket and accepts the invitation for a match at Money in the Bank.
Rating: F+

Fatsuhiko Nakajima versus Danny Burch
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Danny Burch defeated Fatsuhiko Nakajima in 6:16 by pinfall with a London Bridge. The Godfather accompanied Nakajima to the ring much to the delight of some sections of the WWE Universe.
Match Rating: E+

The Chief Operating Officer of the WWE, Triple H, comes to the ring and calls out the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero and her assistant Brad Maddox. Vickie says that she is leaving the WWE but wants to go out on her own terms and with Triple H’s blessing, appoints Brad Maddox as the new Monday Night RAW General Manager.
Rating: D+

We see Brock Lesnar backstage and the WWE Universal Champion is going over tactics with his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn prior to tonight’s main event. Roman Reigns approaches the pair and says that he will be watching tonight and tells Brock to keep his title warm for him before Reigns takes it at Money in the Bank.
Rating: C+


Non-Title: WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar versus The Miz
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Brock Lesnar defeated The Miz in 16:11 by pinfall with an F-5. Michael Cole and Jerry “The King” Lawler argue over whether or not Reigns will win the WWE Universal Championship from Lesnar at Money in the Bank.
Match Rating: B+

Post-Show: Zack Ryder versus Corey Graves
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Zack Ryder defeated Corey Graves in 13:17 by pinfall. The Monday Night RAW commentary team stay at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: E+

Post-Show: CM Punk versus Matt Morgan
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, CM Punk defeated Matt Morgan in 12:57 by pinfall with a Go To Sleep. CM Punk finds himself unable to get a match on Monday Night RAW tonight so instead beats Matt Morgan in a post-show affair.
Match Rating: C


Final Show Rating: C+





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