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Thursday, Week 1, September, 2014


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


WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey versus Chad Gable and Tajiri
The main event of tonight’s edition of WWE 205 Live was officially confirmed by a tweet sent out from the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle earlier today and will see the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville team up with his British Ambition tag team partner Oliver Grey to take on the team of Chad Gable and Tajiri. Last week’s episode of 205 Live began with Ricardo Rodriguez introducing his clients, Neville and Oliver Grey, to the WWE Universe in attendance before Neville would come to the ring and run down his opponent in last week’s non-title main event, Tajiri, as well as Neville’s challenger for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View, Rey Mysterio. Backstage last week we saw Tajiri preparing for the evening’s main event when he was approached by Chad Gable who asked Tajiri for the opportunity to team up with him again to take on the British Ambition pairing of Neville and Grey. After Adrian Neville defeated Tajiri in last week’s main event, Hornswoggle made this tag team match official earlier today. The Martial Artist and former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Tajiri previously teamed up with the former Olympian and Classic Tecnico Chad Gable back in July when the pair lost to Neville and Grey, and Tajiri and Gable will be hoping for more luck tonight as they look to pick up the all-important victory in tonight’s tag team main event.

Chris Jericho versus JTG
Last month Chris Jericho made his 205 Live debut when he defeated the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville in a non-title match in what has been Neville’s only defeat since becoming Cruiserweight Champion back in June. Since then, the “Cheeky Monkey” with a love of pranking others, Chris Jericho, has not been seen by the WWE Universe. Tonight Jericho will return to action on 205 Live as he will take on the “Gangsta” JTG, making his 205 Live debut tonight. JTG was last seen on television back in July when he defeated Aiden English at NXT’s Road to Revolution special event.




TJ Perkins versus Chavo Guerrero
Finally, the former multiple-time WWE Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero will be in action tonight on 205 Live as he will take on the Fan Favourite who the WWE Universe are getting to love more and more every week, TJ Perkins. “Latino Heat” Chavo Guerrero has already lost to TJ Perkins twice on 205 Live suffering one defeat in July and another last month. Will TJ Perkins be able to score a hat-trick of victories over Chavo tonight? Another win by TJ Perkins tonight should surely gain the attentions of the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle.









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WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey versus Chad Gable and Tajiri
Chris Jericho versus JTG
TJ Perkins versus Chavo Guerrero


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WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey versus Chad Gable and Tajiri
Chris Jericho versus JTG
TJ Perkins versus Chavo Guerrero
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Thursday, Week 1, September, 2014


WWE 205 Live (Live from the Plymouth County Fair (IA), 1,300 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Rich Swann versus A.R. Fox
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Rich Swann defeated A.R. Fox in 18:03 by pinfall with a Chicken Fried Driver. Unfortunately this match was too long given who was involved with many members of the WWE Universe in attendance not knowing much about either Superstar despite Rich Swann slowly building momentum as a Fan Favourite over the past few months on 205 Live. Nevertheless, Rich Swann picks up the all-important victory here after hitting A.R. Fox with a Chicken Fried Driver.
Match Rating: D-









This week’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 announcing that in the main event the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville will team up with his British Ambition tag team partner Oliver Grey to take on the team of Chad Gable and Tajiri. Ricardo Rodriguez then walks to the ring to a chorus of boos and jeers from the WWE Universe in attendance as he retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Rodriguez introduces his clients, the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville as well as Oliver Grey, collectively known as British Ambition. Neville and Grey then make their way to the ring and Rodriguez hands the microphone to the Cruiserweight Champion Neville. The self-proclaimed “King of the Cruiserweights” Neville takes the microphone and says that the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle must be the definition of insane by booking the same matches every week and expecting different results. Neville says that he has lost count of the amount of times that he has defeated Tajiri and Chad Gable in the last few months but tonight Neville and Oliver Grey will once again take on the team of Tajiri and Chad Gable. Neville says that he doesn’t care that Chad Gable competed for the USA in the Olympic Games in 2012 in London and then went to Mexico to learn the Lucha Libre style and become a “Classic Tecnico”. Neville says that he also doesn’t care about the Cruiserweight title reigns that Tajiri had ten years ago or his Martial Artist background. Neville says that speaking of the past; he looks forward to Night of Champions later this month when he can once again defeat the coward Rey Mysterio to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. Neville says that Rey Mysterio is not only a coward for wearing a mask, but Rey is also a coward for refusing to show up on 205 Live to face the King of the Cruiserweights Neville, only showing up for a pay-day at Pay-Per-Views to lose time and time again. Neville says that he welcomes the rumoured arrivals from Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown as he is bored of beating the same old tired pretenders to his throne. Neville, Oliver Grey and Ricardo Rodriguez then leave the ring together and head to the back.
Rating: E

Chris Jericho versus JTG
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Chris Jericho defeated JTG in 8:27 by pinfall with a Code Breaker. The 205 Live commentary of Scott Stanford, John “Bradshaw” Layfield and Billy Kidman note that this is JTG’s first ever match on 205 Live whereas Chris Jericho is the only Superstar to have defeated Adrian Neville since his reign as Cruiserweight Champion began, albeit in a non-title match. Jericho picks up the win here as Billy Kidman notes on commentary that Neville should be worried about Jericho.
Match Rating: C




The Fan Favourite Rich Swann makes his way to the ring to a decent reaction from the WWE Universe in attendance. Rich Swann takes a microphone from the ringside area and says that he is excited about the future of 205 Live under the direction of the General Manager Hornswoggle and the influx of new talent coming in from both Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown. Rich Swann is then interrupted by Enzo Amore, who comes to the entrance-way and says that he has been called in to make 205 Live interesting after losers like Rich Swann has made the show a bore-fest over the past few months. Rich Swann challenges Enzo Amore to a match at Night of Champions and Enzo Amore accepts.
Rating: E-

TJ Perkins versus Chavo Guerrero
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, TJ Perkins defeated Chavo Guerrero in 7:58 by submission with a Figure Four Deathlock. Chavo Guerrero was really off his game tonight which led to TJ Perkins picking up the impressive victory here after forcing Chavo to submit.
Match Rating: D+

Following his victory TJ Perkins celebrates in front of the WWE Universe, with the Fan Favourite enjoying the support of those in attendance. Before long, however, TJ Perkins is attacked from behind by the masked Kalisto. The masked Kalisto, formerly of the Monday Night RAW roster and making his debut on 205 Live tonight, throws TJ Perkins shoulder first into the steel ring post. Kalisto then takes a microphone from the ringside area and says that people like TJ Perkins shouldn’t be in this country before leaving the ring and heading to the back.
Rating: E

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey versus Chad Gable and Tajiri
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, British Ambition defeated Chad Gable and Tajiri in 14:02 when Adrian Neville defeated Tajiri by pinfall with a Red Arrow. The personal ring announcer of the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey accompanied his clients to the ring for tonight’s 205 Live tag team main event. Neville and Grey are able to once again defeat Gable and Tajiri after Adrian Neville hits Tajiri with the impressive Red Arrow.
Match Rating: D-

Final Show Rating: E+




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Rhyme1234: 2/3



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The following contests are confirmed to take place at tonight’s NXT Instant Classic II:


Sin Cara versus Bobby Roode
Tonight sees the second annual NXT Instant Classic live special event, and Instant Classic II will tonight be headlined by the “Egomaniac” Bobby Roode taking on the high-flying masked Sin Cara for the first time ever. Sin Cara sees himself as a bit of a “Gangsta” having grown up on the mean streets of Mexico and certainly won’t show any fear against Bobby Roode tonight as both men try to pick up the all-important victory. Having competed and won championships all over the world, Bobby Roode was the marquee signing of NXT General Manager Jim Cornette this summer and made his debut in front of the NXT Universe inside the NXT Arena back in July when he defeated Sugar Dunkerton at NXT Road to Revolution. Despite being more experienced than Sin Cara, what Bobby Roode doesn’t have that Sin Cara does is experience competing in the big stage in front of the WWE Universe, with Sin Cara having competed for years on Friday Night SmackDown. Just last week at NXT Ain’t That A Shame, Sin Cara failed to win the NXT Arena Championship from Ezekiel Jackson and will be hoping to bounce back with a big win against Bobby Roode tonight.

Non-Title: NXT Champion Curtis Axel versus Drew McIntyre
The NXT Champion Curtis Axel will be in non-title action tonight as he will take on Drew McIntyre just days after the “Generation Next” NXT Champion defeated Drew McIntyre at NXT Ain’t That A Shame last week to retain the NXT Championship. Drew McIntyre will be hoping a non-title victory over Curtis Axel will lead to the NXT General Manager Jim Cornette giving him another title shot down the road.

NXT Arena Championship: Ezekiel Jackson © versus Scott Dawson
Ezekiel Jackson will put his NXT Arena Championship on the line against Scott Dawson tonight. Ezekiel Jackson has been the NXT Arena Champion since winning the title from the inaugural Champion Adam Pearce back in January and has already made five successful title defences.



Andy Leavine versus Wesley Blake versus Steven Walters
Triple Threat action tonight will see Steven Walters, the former WWE Tough Enough winner Andy Leavine as well as Wesley Blake compete for the opportunity to impress the NXT Universe in attendance as well as the NXT General Manager Jim Cornette.

Johnny Gargano versus Dustin Rayz
Johnny Gargano is Cocky but can back it up in the ring, and “Mr. Wrestling” Johnny Gargano will make his debut in front of the NXT Universe inside the NXT Arena when he takes on Dustin Rayz. Johnny Gargano competed in a tag team match earlier this year on Monday Night RAW as he teamed with Tajiri in a losing effort to Roman Reigns and William Regal.

Sugar Dunkerton versus Boone Fry
A recent graduate from the WWE Performance Centre, Boone Fry made his NXT debut just last week at NXT Ain’t That A Shame when he was defeated by Wesley Blake. Tonight Boone Fry gets another opportunity as he will take on Sugar Dunkerton.

Aiden English versus Alexander Rusev
The “Bulgarian Brute” Alexander Rusev will be in action tonight as he will take on Aiden English. Rusev has been described as a “Warrior” in the past by his manager on Monday Night RAW Michael Hayes, and tonight competes inside the NXT Arena after spending over a year competing on Monday Night RAW.

NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte versus Aksana
Finally, one half of the NXT Tag Team Champions along with Eve Torres, Charlotte, will be in singles action tonight as she will take on the Lithuanian Diva, Aksana. Known to the NXT Universe as “Team Brilliance”, Charlotte and Eve defeated Nikki Bella and Alicia Fox just last week at NXT Ain’t That A Shame to retain the NXT Tag Team Championships.






Quick Picks:
Non-Title: NXT Champion Curtis Axel versus Drew McIntyre
NXT Arena Championship: Ezekiel Jackson © versus Scott Dawson
Steven Walters versus Leavine versus Wesley Blake
Johnny Gargano versus Dustin Rayz
Sugar Dunkerton versus Boone Fry
Alexander Rusev versus Aiden English
NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte versus Aksana




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Non-Title: NXT Champion Curtis Axel versus Drew McIntyre
NXT Arena Championship: Ezekiel Jackson © versus Scott Dawson
Steven Walters versus Leavine versus Wesley Blake
Johnny Gargano versus Dustin Rayz
Sugar Dunkerton versus Boone Fry
Alexander Rusev versus Aiden English
NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte versus Aksana
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Thursday, Week 1, September, 2014


NXT Instant Classic II (Live from Universal Sound Stage 21 (FL) 1,400 in Attendance)

Alexander Rusev versus Aiden English
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Alexander Rusev defeated Aiden English in 8:03 by submission with an Accolade. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette welcomes the television audience to this evening’s live Instant Classic event as the sole commentator of the evening. Jim Cornette says that tonight will see the NXT Champion Curtis Axel in action against Drew McIntyre in a non-title match and that our main event will see Bobby Roode take on Sin Cara for the first time ever. The NXT Universe inside the sold out NXT Arena then come to their feet as Alexander Rusev makes his way to the ring for our opening contest against Aiden English. The “Warrior” Rusev is well known from competing in front of the WWE Universe on Monday Night RAW earlier this year and even challenged Sheamus for the WWE United States Championship back at Wrestlemania. Rusev dominates the majority of this match against Aiden English, who sees himself as a Movie Star and was on the receiving end of a beatdown from Rusev for most of the match. The NXT Universe in attendance tried to rally behind Aiden English, who has been competing in NXT for over a year now, but ultimately it was Rusev who picks up the all-important victory here after forcing English to submit to the Accolade.
Match Rating: E+

Sugar Dunkerton versus Boone Fry
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Sugar Dunkerton defeated Boone Fry in 7:58 by pinfall with a DDT. Our next contest sees the NXT Universe in attendance inside the NXT Arena fully in support of the “Fun Babyface” Sugar Dunkerton as he manages to defeat the recent WWE Performance Graduate Boone Fry, who loses again tonight after losing his debut match to Wesley Blake just last week.
Match Rating: E





NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte versus Aksana
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Aksana defeated Charlotte in 7:58 by pinfall with a roll-up. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette announces that the other half of the NXT Tag Team Champions, Eve Torres, is not here tonight as the “Every-Man” Eve Torres is away doing charity work. The daughter of the WWE Hall of Famer, the “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, the other half of the NXT Tag Team Champions Charlotte, therefore has to go at it on her own tonight as she takes on the Lithuanian Diva, Aksana. The NXT Universe inside the sold out NXT Arena boo Aksana for the majority of the match, not being excited to see Aksana despite her having years of experience competing in front of the WWE Universe on Friday Night SmackDown. Aksana returned to NXT just last week when she defeated Nicole Matthews at NXT Ain’t That A Shame, and in truth she is more experienced than Charlotte, who plays the “Girl-Next-Door” well despite her lineage. Ultimately, Aksana picks up the upset win here after rolling Charlotte up to secure the pinfall victory.
Match Rating: E-

Steven Walters versus Andy Leavine versus Wesley Blake
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Steven Walters defeated Leavine and Wesley Blake in 14:02 when Steven Walters defeated Leavine by pinfall with an Elbow Drop. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette notes on commentary that Steven Walters, Leavine and Wesley Blake will all be looking to impress him in this Triple Threat match. Steven Walters gets the win here after pinning former Tough Enough winner Leavine with an Elbow Drop from the top rope.
Match Rating: E

Johnny Gargano versus Dustin Rayz
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Johnny Gargano defeated Dustin Rayz in 8:03 by submission with a Gargano-Escape. Despite being Cocky, Johnny Gargano has the NXT Universe inside the NXT Arena fully behind him tonight as he makes his NXT debut in perfect fashion by defeating Dustin Rayz by submission.
Match Rating: D-





NXT Arena Championship: Ezekiel Jackson © versus Scott Dawson
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Ezekiel Jackson defeated Scott Dawson in 8:27 by pinfall with a Book of Ezekiel. Ezekiel Jackson makes defence number six of his NXT Arena Championship. The “Bad Ass” Ezekiel Jackson has held the NXT Arena Championship since January when he defeated the inaugural Champion Adam Pearce, and despite the NXT Universe inside the NXT Arena being impressed with the No-Gimmick-Needed mentally of the hard-hitter Scott Dawson, it was Ezekiel Jackson who once again retains his title tonight after hitting Scott Dawson with the Book of Ezekiel.
Match Rating: D-

Non-Title: NXT Champion Curtis Axel versus Drew McIntyre
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Curtis Axel defeated Drew McIntyre in 18:27 by pinfall with a Perfect-Plex. Drew McIntyre once again makes his way to the ring with a hood over his head looking like a Druid as he takes on the NXT Champion Curtis Axel in non-title competition. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette notes on commentary that a win for McIntyre could see him get another NXT Championship opportunity in the future. The son of Mr. Perfect, “Generation Next” Curtis Axel won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship back in January but after holding the title for only two days he came to NXT and beat Justin Gabriel for the NXT Championship back in April. Curtis Axel beats Drew McIntyre for the second time in a week tonight after hitting the Perfect -Plex.
Match Rating: C

Sin Cara versus Bobby Roode
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Bobby Roode defeated Sin Cara in 18:27 by pinfall with a Glorious DDT. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette does in-ring introductions for our main event which sees Bobby Roode, the Egomaniac himself, victorious in his second match on NXT after he defeated Sugar Dunkerton in his NXT debut back in July.
Match Rating: C





Final Show Rating: C



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Rhyme1234: 8/10 (6/7)



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


Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt versus Damien Sandow
The main event of tonight’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown was announced earlier today via a tweet sent out from the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie and will see the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt take on Damien Sandow in non-title action. In just a few weeks at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Bray Wyatt will put the WWE Championship on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Xavier Woods and Jinder Mahal, but first he must take on a Superstar very popular with the WWE Universe in Damien Sandow tonight. Although he is seen by some as a bit of a Dancing Fool, Damien Sandow is a former WWE Tag Team Champion having held the titles with his former tag team partner the Miz earlier in the year. Sandow will likely be doing all he can tonight to pick up the all-important victory over the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt.

Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E & Kofi Kingston vs. Heath Slater & Rhyno
Tag team action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown will see the WWE Tag Team Champions Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston take on Heath Slater and Rhyno in a non-title match. The WWE Universe learned last week on SmackDown that Jimmy and Jey Uso will challenge Big E and Kofi for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View later this month, using their contractually obligated rematch after Jimmy and Jey lost the titles to Big E and Kofi back at Summerslam.

Non-Title: US Champion and Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. MITB Kevin Owens versus Ted DiBiase
Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank and the reigning WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens will take on Ted DiBiase in non-title action tonight on SmackDown in what will be DiBiase’s first match since July when he was defeated by Goldust on SmackDown.



R-Truth versus Jinder Mahal
At the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View later this month Jinder Mahal will compete in the biggest match of his career when he will join Xavier Woods in challenging Bray Wyatt for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a Triple Threat match, but before then Jinder will take on R-Truth tonight on Friday Night SmackDown.

Mark Henry versus Kenneth Cameron
The “World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry will be in action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown as he will take on Kenneth Cameron with Mark Henry looking to prove to the WWE Universe as well as the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie that he is still the Monster that he used to be.

WWE Women’s Champion Naomi and Natalya versus Carmella and Madison Eagles
Finally, tag team action in the Friday Night SmackDown women’s division tonight will see the WWE Women’s Champion Naomi team up with Natalya to take on the team of Carmella and Madison Eagles. Last week on SmackDown Naomi and Natalya were victorious in tag team action against the team of Rain and Carmella after Natalya forced Carmella to tap out, and after the match Rain kicked Carmella in the head. Carmella has therefore found another partner for tonight.



Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt versus Damien Sandow
Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E & Kofi Kingston vs. Heath Slater & Rhyno
Non-Title: US Champion and Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. MITB Kevin Owens versus Ted DiBiase
R-Truth versus Jinder Mahal
Mark Henry versus Kenneth Cameron
WWE Women’s Champion Naomi and Natalya versus Carmella and Madison Eagles

(Predictions are welcomed, there will be a prediction contest held every month)



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WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (Live from Neil Blaisdell Concert Hall (HI), 2,158 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Christina Von Eerie versus Tamina
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Tamina defeated Christina Von Eerie in 18:16 by pinfall with a Samoan Drop. Tamina, the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, seemed off her game tonight. This led to Christina Von Eerie dominating the majority of this pre-show women’s division match that went the distance. However, despite being off her game, Tamina was able to turn things around and ultimately pick up the all-important victory.
Match Rating: E-

Pre-Show: The Great Khali and Colt Cabana versus The Uso’s
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, The Uso's defeated The Great Cabana in 18:01 when Jey Uso defeated The Great Khali by pinfall with an Alley-Us. The Great Khali was visibly tiring towards the end of this pre-show tag team match that went the distance. The huge Khali was unable to keep up with the speed of Jimmy and Jey Uso and that ultimately cost his team the match after Jey Uso pinned Khali to win the match for his team.
Match Rating: D+

(Michael Hayes would seriously consider either turning Jimmy Uso or trying a new gimmick as he has become a stale character and needs a shake-up.)

Pre-Show: John Cena versus Dolph Ziggler
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, John Cena defeated Dolph Ziggler in 17:50 by pinfall with an Attitude Adjustment. These two main eventers impress the WWE Universe in attendance with a great pre-show match that ends with Cena victorious.
Match Rating: B-


Friday Night SmackDown kicks off with the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt methodically making his way to the ring. Wyatt receives a chorus of boos and jeers from the WWE Universe in attendance as he enters the ring and retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Wyatt says that in just two weeks at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View he will defend his WWE Championship in a Triple Threat match against two lost souls in Xavier Woods and Jinder Mahal. Bray Wyatt says that Woods is out of his depth competing against the “Eater of Worlds” Bray Wyatt and that Jinder Mahal should go back to being a musician or a snake-charmer in India, because he’s going to get eaten alive at Night of Champions. Bray Wyatt then says that the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie has given Wyatt another victim in Damien Sandow, who he will face in tonight’s non-title main event. Wyatt says that Sandow is nothing but a Dancing Fool and the fun and games will end for Sandow tonight. Xavier Woods then comes to the ring and walks right up to Wyatt’s face. Xavier Woods grabs the microphone from Wyatt’s hand and says that at Night of Champions he is going to shock the world when Xavier Woods becomes the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
Rating: D-

WWE Women’s Champion Naomi and Natalya versus Carmella and Madison Eagles
In an extremely poor match, Naomi and Natalya defeated Carmella and Madison Eagles in 6:46 when Natalya defeated Carmella by submission with a Sharpshooter. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team of Josh Mathews, Joey Styles and Matt Striker announce during this tag team match that at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Naomi will once again put her Women’s Championship on the line against Rain.
Match Rating: D

The WWE Women’s Champion Naomi and Natalya celebrate their win in front of the WWE Universe until Rain rushes into the ring and hits Naomi in the back of the head before quickly fleeing the ring as Natalya looks on angrily.
Rating: E-

Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E & Kofi Kingston vs. Heath Slater & Rhyno
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Big E & Kofi defeated Slater & Rhyno in 8:09 when Big E Langston defeated Heath Slater by pinfall with a Big Ending. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston will put their WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships on the line against Jimmy and Jey Uso at Night of Champions, and Big E and Kofi looked good again tonight.
Match Rating: D+

Following their win Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston celebrate in front of the WWE Universe until Jimmy and Jey Uso come to the ringside area. Matt Striker asks Jimmy and Jey if they are ready for their title rematch and Jey Uso says that we will all see a different side of Jimmy and Jey at Night of Champions when they take back their WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships.
Rating: D

Non-Title: US Champion & Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. MITB Kevin Owens versus Ted DiBiase
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Kevin Owens defeated Ted DiBiase in 8:03 by submission with a Sharpshooter. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Kevin Owens has been picking up a string of victories recently.
Match Rating: D+

Following his win Kevin Owens won’t let go of the Sharpshooter despite Ted DiBiase screaming in agony. Baron Corbin then comes to the ring and joins Kevin Owens in putting the boots to DiBiase until Jason Jordan rushes to the ring to make the save. Owens and Corbin leave the ring and Owens holds up his Money in the Bank briefcase and his United States Championship, which Corbin stares at.
Rating: E

R-Truth versus Jinder Mahal
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Jinder Mahal defeated R-Truth in 8:25 by pinfall with a Sands of Time. R-Truth seemed off his game tonight as he was defeated by Jinder Mahal.
Match Rating: D-

Following his victory Jinder Mahal takes a microphone and declares that at Night of Champions he will beat both Bray Wyatt and Xavier Woods to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. The WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt then appears on the titan Tron and tells Jinder Mahal to watch what he does to Damien Sandow tonight.
Rating: D-


Following a commercial break we cut backstage to find Damien Sandow looking into a camera. Sandow says that earlier tonight Bray Wyatt called Sandow a “Dancing Fool”. Sandow says that he will prove that he is no fool when he beats Wyatt tonight.
Rating: D+

Mark Henry versus Kenneth Cameron
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Mark Henry defeated Kenneth Cameron in 6:03 by pinfall with a World's Strongest Slam. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Mark Henry isn’t done yet as he looked dominant tonight.
Match Rating: D

We cut backstage to find Arn Anderson and Cameron walking into the office of the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie. Arn Anderson says that he has been impressed with Cameron’s improvements recently, and Eva Marie looks at Cameron before slapping her across the face with Anderson looking shocked.
Rating: F+

Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt versus Damien Sandow
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Bray Wyatt defeated Damien Sandow in 16:07 by pinfall with a Standing Senton Splash. Bray Wyatt was visibly tiring towards the end of this match but was still able to get the win.
Match Rating: C

(Ricky Steamboat would seriously consider either turning Bray Wyatt or trying a new gimmick as he has become a stale character and needs a shake-up.)

Post-Show: Christian versus Tyson Kidd
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Christian defeated Tyson Kidd in 12:55 by submission. Christian and Tyson Kidd don’t seem to click as opponents and it made for an awkward bout.
Match Rating: D-

Post-Show: Big Show versus Wade Barrett
In a bout that had a good crowd and good action, Big Show defeated Wade Barrett in 12:45 by pinfall with a Choke Slam. The WWE Universe in attendance witnessed Big Show beating Wade Barrett before they went home.
Match Rating: D+


Final Show Rating: D+



Prediction League Table:

Rhyme1234: 8/10



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