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Monday, Week 2, March, 2014


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


Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar versus John Cena
The main event of tonight’s edition of Monday Night RAW will see the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar in action as he will take on John Cena in a non-title match. Last week on Monday Night RAW the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero made CM Punk put his newly won WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line in a Triple Threat match against Kane and Brock Lesnar, a match that Lesnar won after pinning Kane to once again become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Lesnar will now go on to put his title on the line in the main event of Wrestlemania against the 2014 Royal Rumble winner Dolph Ziggler, who seemed very confident when addressing the WWE Universe this past week on Friday Night SmackDown and was also victorious in SmackDown’s main event set up earlier in the week by the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle as Ziggler defeated Rey Mysterio. Lesnar will likely have his advocate Paul Heyman in his corner tonight as he looks to pick up the all-important victory against a long-time rival in John Cena and send a message to Ziggler just a few weeks before Wrestlemania.

WWE United States Championship: Sheamus © versus Alexander Rusev versus William Regal
The Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero is once again forcing Sheamus to put the WWE United States Championship on the line in a Triple Threat match tonight on Monday Night RAW as Sheamus will defend the title against both Alexander Rusev and William Regal. Despite failing to win his two singles matches against Sheamus both last week on RAW and at the Elimination Chamber Pay-Per-View, Rusev has seemed more aggressive since he aligned himself with Michael Hayes.

Dean Ambrose and Kane versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
We learnt this past week on Friday Night SmackDown that at Wrestlemania Jack Swagger and Tensai till once again challenge Jimmy and Jey Uso for the WWE Tag Team Championships but before then Swagger and Tensai will take on the team of Dean Ambrose and Kane tonight on Monday Night RAW. Last week on RAW Swagger seemed to be showing signs of jealousy towards Tensai as the pair defeated Xavier Woods and Richie Steamboat.

Batista versus Randy Orton
Two former Evolution stable-mates will face off against one another tonight on Monday Night RAW as Batista will take on Randy Orton with both Superstars desperate to impress the WWE Universe and earn a match at Wrestlemania.

Chris Jericho versus Adrian Neville
Adrian Neville will make his return to the main WWE roster tonight on Monday Night RAW as he will take on Chris Jericho. Since last July Adrian Neville has been competing in front of the NXT Universe inside the NXT Arena on NXT.

Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella versus Beth Phoenix
Finally, Divas action tonight on Monday Night RAW will see the WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella take on a former Divas Champion in Beth Phoenix in non-title action. Last week on RAW Audrey Marie and Rain once again attacked Nikki’s twin sister Brie Bella.




Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar versus John Cena
WWE United States Championship: Sheamus © versus Alexander Rusev versus William Regal
Dean Ambrose and Kane versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
Batista versus Randy Orton
Chris Jericho versus Adrian Neville
Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella versus Beth Phoenix


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Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar versus John Cena
WWE United States Championship: Sheamus © versus Alexander Rusev versus William Regal
Dean Ambrose and Kane versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
Batista versus Randy Orton
Chris Jericho versus Adrian Neville
Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella versus Beth Phoenix
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Monday, Week 2, March, 2014


WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from Macon City Auditorium (GA) 2,688 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Becky Lynch versus Mia Yim
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Becky Lynch defeated Mia Yim in 18:21 by pinfall with a Hard Knox. Becky Lynch was visibly tiring towards the end of this Divas match that went the distance. Both of these Divas spent time competing in much shorter matches last year in front of the NXT Universe inside the NXT Arena on NXT and may find the longer matches in front of a more demanding WWE Universe more tiring on their bodies. Despite being tired towards the end, Becky Lynch was still able to pick up the all-important victory here.
Match Rating: E

Pre-Show: Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus Kings of Wrestling
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Kings of Wrestling defeated Brodus & Riley in 17:55 when Antonio Cesaro defeated Alex Riley by pinfall with a K.R.S.O.N.E. The Monday Night RAW commentary team of Michael Cole, Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler took up their positions at ringside prior to the beginning of this match and witnessed the Kings of Wrestling win here.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Rob Van Dam versus Kenny King
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Rob Van Dam defeated Kenny King in 18:12 by pinfall with a Five Star Frog Splash. This match was aired live on WWE.com with commentary provided by the RAW commentary team.
Match Rating: C-




Monday Night RAW kicks off with the advocate for the reigning new WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman, making his way to the ring. Heyman receives a tirade of boos and jeers from the WWE Universe in attendance as he retrieves a microphone from the ringside area and says that last week on Monday Night RAW his “Beast” Brock Lesnar once again became the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion and will now go on to put the title on the line in the main event of Wrestlemania against the winner of the 2014 Royal Rumble match, Dolph Ziggler. Heyman says that Ziggler seemed very arrogant this past week on Friday Night SmackDown and although he was successful in defeating Rey Mysterio in SmackDown’s main event, the caliber of opponent given to Ziggler last week by the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle pales in comparison to Brock Lesnar, who himself has been put in tonight’s RAW non-title main event against John Cena by the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero. Heyman then says enough of the talk, and introduces Brock Lesnar to the ring. Lesnar comes out and tells Heyman he thanks him for everything he’s done for him, but that it’s time for both of them to move on. Lesnar says that Heyman has never been in the ring week in week out and introduces his new advocate, somebody who says has been mentoring him behind the scenes since the day he first entered this company, Billy Gunn, who comes to the ring and shakes hands with Lesnar as Heyman looks distraught.
Rating: B-

Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella versus Beth Phoenix
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Nikki Bella defeated Beth Phoenix in 6:35 by pinfall with a Twin Magic. The assistant to the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero, Brad Maddox, was at ringside for this match and witnessed Brie once again switch places with her twin sister Nikki to get the win for her sister here behind the referee’s back.
Match Rating: E

Both Brie and Nikki Bella celebrate in the ring in front of the WWE Universe until Audrey Marie and Rain rush to the ring and kick Brie in the head before fleeing the ring. Brad Maddox then takes a microphone and announces that at Wrestlemania Nikki Bella will once again put her Divas title on the line against Audrey Marie.
Rating: E+





Dean Ambrose and Kane versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Swagger & Tensai defeated Ambrose & Kane in 8:16 when Jack Swagger defeated Kane by submission with a Patriot Lock. The Monday Night RAW commentary team note that we learnt this past week on Friday Night SmackDown that Jack Swagger and Tensai will once again challenge Jimmy and Jey Uso for the WWE Tag Team Championships at Wrestlemania.
Match Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find John Cena in discussion with Kevin Nash, who tells Cena that he attacked the Rock last month because he’s fed up of the Rock coming back and being adored. Nash wishes Cena luck in tonight’s main event against Brock Lesnar. Nash says that a win for Cena will put him in the frame for a shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship after Wrestlemania.
Rating: B

WWE United States Championship: Sheamus © versus Alexander Rusev versus William Regal
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Sheamus defeated Alexander Rusev and William Regal in 11:51 when Sheamus defeated Alexander Rusev by pinfall with a Brogue Kick. Sheamus makes defence number 15 of his WWE United States title. Michael Hayes once again accompanied Rusev to the ring.
Match Rating: C-

Following a commercial break we cut backstage to find Dean Ambrose trying to console Kane, who is fuming after saying Roman Reigns cost him the WWE World Heavyweight Championship last week. Roman Reigns and William Regal then walk into the room and the two teams stare each other down.
Rating: D+

Chris Jericho versus Adrian Neville
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Chris Jericho defeated Adrian Neville in 5:32 by pinfall with a Code Breaker. Both Cole and Lawler say they were impressed with Neville tonight.
Match Rating: B-

We cut backstage to find Seth Rollins in the office of the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero and he says that he still wants revenge for what happened inside the Elimination Chamber and asks Vickie to give him a match with the Undertaker at Wrestlemania.
Rating: C

Batista versus Randy Orton
In a bout that had a good crowd and good action, Randy Orton defeated Batista in 7:51 by pinfall with an RKO. Batista’s on-off tag team partner Evan Bourne accompanied him to ringside for this match.
Match Rating: C+

We cut backstage to find the United States Champion Sheamus about to leave the arena when Alexander Rusev and Michael Hayes approach him. Hayes tells Sheamus that Rusev will not stop coming after the US title.
Rating: D+

We cut to a dark area to find the masked Kane deep in his thoughts when Roman Reigns approaches him. Reigns says that he is the future, and he will soon be the WWE World Heavyweight Champion after he rids the WWE of Kane. Reigns then kicks Kane in the groin.
Rating: C-

Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar versus John Cena
In a bout that featured great action and great heat from the audience, Brock Lesnar defeated John Cena in 13:24 by pinfall with an F-5. Many members of the WWE Universe were in support of Lesnar during this one.
Match Rating: B

(Dean Malenko’s feelings are that the fans have become a little bored with Brock Lesnar and that perhaps a turn or a gimmick change would freshen him up and give him a boost.)



Post-Show: CM Punk versus Curt Hawkins
In a match that had some good action and average heat, CM Punk defeated Curt Hawkins in 12:53 by pinfall with a Go To Sleep. Cole and Lawler stayed at ringside to watch this match whilst Jim Ross went to the back.
Match Rating: C-

Post-Show: Santino Marella versus Chavo Guerrero
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Santino Marella defeated Chavo Guerrero in 13:07 by pinfall with The Cobra. Cole and Lawler also remained at ringside for this one.
Match Rating: D


Final Show Rating: B-






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Kijar: 9/15
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Thursday, Week 2, March, 2014


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



Big Show versus David Otunga
The main event of tonight’s edition of WWE Superstars will see the World’s Largest Athlete, Big Show, in action as he will take on the only Harvard Law School graduate in the WWE, David Otunga. With only a few weeks to go until Wrestlemania, both of these Superstars will be doing all they can to pick up the all-important victory and impress the WWE Universe in attendance as well as both the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero and the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle.

Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady
Also tonight on WWE Superstars we will witness tag team action as the team of Brodus Clay and Alex Riley will once again take on the duo of Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady. These two teams faced off against one another for the first time last week on Superstars with Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady getting the win in what was their first time teaming together in front of the WWE Universe after they teamed up a few times last year on NXT.

Kelly Kelly versus Rain
Finally, Divas action tonight on WWE Superstars will see the beautiful Kelly Kelly take on Rain. This past week on Monday Night RAW Rain and Audrey Marie once again attacked Brie Bella after which the assistant to the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero, Brad Maddox, announced that Audrey Marie will again challenge Nikki Bella for the Divas title at Wrestlemania.





Quick Picks:
Big Show versus David Otunga
Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady
Kelly Kelly versus Rain


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Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady
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Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady
Kelly Kelly versus Rain
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Thursday, Week 2, March, 2014


WWE Superstars (Live from Kingsport Civic Auditorium (TN), 1,000 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Ayako Hamada versus Kharma
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Kharma defeated Ayako Hamada in 17:46 by pinfall with a Flying Splash. Kharma seemed off her game tonight in this Divas match that went the distance with the Diva from the Orient Ayako Hamada clearly having the superior physical conditioning to her much larger opponent. However, despite seeming off her game and Ayako Hamada dominating for large portions of the match, Kharma was still able to pick up the all-important victory here.
Match Rating: E+

Pre-Show: Xavier Woods and Richie Steamboat versus Jason Jordan and Tye Dillinger
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Jordan & Dillinger defeated Woods & Steamboat in 17:44 when Tye Dillinger defeated Richie Steamboat by submission with a Sharpshooter. Unfortunately this match was too long given who was involved as despite Jason Jordan and Tye Dillinger having competed in several matches on Friday Night SmackDown as well as picking up victories on WWE Superstars the team have yet to really connect with the WWE Universe. Nevertheless, Jordan and Dillinger were able to get the win here.
Match Rating: E

Pre-Show: Tajiri versus Braun Stowman
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Braun Stowman defeated Tajiri in 18:10 by pinfall with a Powerslam. Finlay accompanied Braun Stowman to ringside for this match and offered vocal support throughout which may have been what led to Stowman getting the win here.
Match Rating: F+




Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Amore & Cassady defeated Brodus & Riley in 7:07 when Colin Cassady defeated Alex Riley by pinfall with a Spinebuster. The new look WWE Superstars commentary team of Josh Mathews, Joey Styles and John Bradshaw Layfield note that this is the second week in a row in which the team of Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady have defeated Brodus Clay and Alex Riley on WWE Superstars.
Match Rating: D-

Following a commercial break WWE Superstars airs the RAW Rebound which recaps events from this past week’s edition of Monday Night RAW. The show kicked off with the advocate for the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman, making his way to the ring. Heyman received a tirade of boos and jeers from the WWE Universe in attendance as he took a microphone from the ringside area and noted that last week on RAW his “Beast” Brock Lesnar won a Triple Threat match to once again become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Heyman noted that Lesnar will now go on to defend the title in the main event of Wrestlemania against the winner of the 2014 Royal Rumble match Dolph Ziggler. Heyman noted that Ziggler seemed arrogant this past week on SmackDown and that although he was successful in SmackDown’s main event against Rey Mysterio, the caliber of athletes Ziggler has been given as opponents recently by the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle pales in comparison to Brock Lesnar. Heyman then said that Brock Lesnar had been put in RAW’s non-title main event by the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero, in a match against a former foe of his in John Cena. Heyman then introduced his client and Brock Lesnar then made his way to the ring. Once in the ring Brock Lesnar told Heyman that their time together was over, and that Lesnar had chosen somebody else to lead him into the future, somebody that has actually been in the ring and has guided Lesnar behind the scenes since he first stepped into the WWE over twelve years ago. Billy Gunn then joined Lesnar in the ring and shook hands with Brock as Heyman looked heart-broken. Later on in the evening we saw John Cena backstage with Kevin Nash who said that he attacked the Rock last month because he’s fed up of the Rock coming back and being adored. Nash also told Cena that a win in the main event could put him in line for a shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship after Wrestlemania. Also on RAW Chris Jericho defeated a returning Adrian Neville.
Rating: B-





Kelly Kelly versus Rain
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Rain defeated Kelly Kelly in 6:01 by pinfall with a Ribcracker. The commentary team note that we learnt this past week on Monday Night RAW that Rain’s buddy Audrey Marie will once again challenge Nikki Bella for the Divas title at Wrestlemania.
Match Rating: E+

Further highlights are shown from the past week’s Monday Night RAW including Sheamus beating both William Regal and Alexander Rusev in a Triple Threat match to retain his United States Championship with Michael Hayes once again in Rusev’s corner. Later on in the evening Rusev and Hayes confronted Sheamus backstage and Hayes said that Rusev would not stop coming after the US title.
Rating: D+

Final highlights are shown from this past week’s Monday Night RAW including Seth Rollins in the office of the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero demanding a match with the Undertaker at Wrestlemania and Brock Lesnar beating John Cena in RAW’s non-title main event.
Rating: C-

Highlights are shown from last week’s Friday Night SmackDown with Wade Barrett beating Ryback to retain the Intercontinental title and Dolph Ziggler beating Rey Mysterio in the main event. A tweet is then shown from the SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle announcing that tomorrow night’s show will see Ziggler take on Stardust in the main event as well as Barrett putting the Intercontinental title on the line against Rey Mysterio.
Rating: C+

Big Show versus David Otunga
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, Big Show defeated David Otunga in 13:25 by pinfall with a Choke Slam. The commentary team note that Big Show much be desperate to work his way onto the Wrestlemania card.
Match Rating: C-


Post-Show: Johnny Gargano versus Troy McClain
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Johnny Gargano defeated Troy McClain in 13:24 by pinfall with a Hurts Donut. Unfortunately this match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved. The commentary team remained at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: E

Post-Show: Tyson Kidd versus Solomon Crowe
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Tyson Kidd defeated Solomon Crowe in 12:48 by submission with a Canadian Maple Leaf. The commentary team also stayed to watch this match.
Match Rating: E+


Final Show Rating: C-






Prediction League Table:


Happy0wns: 16/24
Kijar: 11/18
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Friday, Week 2, March, 2014


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


Stardust versus 2014 Royal Rumble Match winner Dolph Ziggler
The main event of tonight’s edition of Friday Night SmackDown was announced earlier this week via a tweet sent out from the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle and will see the winner of the 2014 Royal Rumble match Dolph Ziggler in action as he will take on Stardust. By virtue of winning the Royal Rumble, Dolph Ziggler will challenge Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the main event of Wrestlemania in just a few weeks. This past week on Monday Night RAW Brock Lesnar shocked the WWE Universe when he ended his alignment with his long-time advocate Paul Heyman and announced that his mentor seeing him into Wrestlemania and beyond will be Billy Gunn. Brock Lesnar would also defeat John Cena in RAW’s non-title main event set up by the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero. Dolph Ziggler will be looking to pick up another all-important victory tonight heading into Wrestlemania. Ziggler’s opponent, Stardust, now competes with his face painted and has been acting like a Staff Member during his recent matches, at times leaving the ring to tidy the ring apron.

WWE Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © versus Rey Mysterio
Also tonight on Friday Night SmackDown Wade Barrett will put his WWE Intercontinental Championship on the line against Rey Mysterio in another match announced earlier in the week by the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle. It was two weeks ago on SmackDown that Barrett began his fifth reign as WWE Intercontinental Champion after defeating both Dolph Ziggler and Ryback in a Triple Threat match.

Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady
At Wrestlemania in just a few weeks Jimmy and Jey Uso will put their WWE Tag Team Championships on the line against the team of Jack Swagger and Tensai but before then Jimmy and Jey must take on the team of Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady in non-title action. This past week on Monday Night RAW Swagger and Tensai picked up a win over Kane and Dean Ambrose and tonight Jimmy and Jey will look to do the same against a team that were victorious last night on WWE Superstars.

Mark Henry versus Camacho
Mark Henry has seemed to be very sexually motivated in recent weeks on Friday Night SmackDown, asking out Divas on dates left, right and centre. Tonight Henry will have to focus on in-ring competition as he takes on Camacho.

R-Truth versus Epico
R-Truth has seen somewhat of a career resurgence in recent weeks and if he keeps picking up wins could well find himself competing at Wrestlemania. Tonight on Friday Night SmackDown R-Truth will take on Epico.

Natalya versus Paige
Finally, Divas action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown will see two former WWE Divas Champions face off against one another as Natalya will take on Paige. At Wrestlemania Audrey Marie will challenge Nikki Bella for the Divas Championship, as announced this past week on Monday Night RAW.






Quick Picks:
Stardust versus 2014 Royal Rumble Match winner Dolph Ziggler
WWE Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © versus Rey Mysterio
Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady
Mark Henry versus Camacho
R-Truth versus Epico
Natalya versus Paige


(Predictions are welcomed, there will be a prediction contest held every month.)
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WWE Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © versus Rey Mysterio
Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady
Mark Henry versus Camacho
R-Truth versus Epico
Natalya versus Paige
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Friday, Week 2, March, 2014


WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (Live from Anchorage Football Stadium (AK), 4,500 in Attendance)


Pre-Show: Christina Von Eerie versus Aksana
In an absolutely wretched bout that was devoid of action or heat, Aksana defeated Christina Von Eerie in 17:32 by pinfall with a Billion Dollar Kick. A pretty rowdy crowd were all over the case of Aksana during this match. It would appear that the WWE Universe still have no interest in seeing Aksana compete in the ring despite Aksana having been around the WWE for several years now and having made many recent appearances on Friday Night SmackDown. Nevertheless, Aksana is still able to pick up the all-important victory here.
Match Rating: E-

Pre-Show: Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu versus The Miz and Damien Sandow
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, MizDow defeated Trent & Yoshi in 17:55 when The Miz defeated Trent Barreta by pinfall with a Skull Crushing Finale. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team of Josh Mathews, Joey Styles and Matt Striker took up their positions at ringside prior to this tag team match taking place that saw the former WWE Tag Team Champions the Miz and Damien Sandow get the win.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Big Show versus Jimmy Jacobs
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Big Show defeated Jimmy Jacobs in 18:12 by pinfall with a Knock Out Punch. Big Show was visibly tiring towards the end of this match but was still able to get the win.
Match Rating: C



Friday Night SmackDown kicks off with the 2014 Royal Rumble match winner Dolph Ziggler making his way to the ring to a chorus of jeers from the WWE Universe in attendance. Once in the ring Ziggler says that this past week on Monday Night RAW Paul Heyman criticized Dolph Ziggler, as well as the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle. Ziggler notes how Heyman started the night with so much to say and so little worries only for the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar to come to the ring and end his association with Paul Heyman and announce Billy Gunn as his new mentor going into the future. Ziggler says that whether Paul Heyman, Billy Gunn or Mr. McMahon himself is at Brock Lesnar’s side, it will make no difference as Ziggler will defeat Brock Lesnar in the main event of Wrestlemania to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Ziggler then notes that this past week on RAW Brock Lesnar was put in RAW’s non-title main event against John Cena, a match set up earlier in the day by the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero and a match that Lesnar won. Ziggler says that tonight he will also be victorious in tonight’s main event against Stardust. The perhaps deranged Stardust then comes to the entrance-way with a microphone of his own and says that tonight Ziggler will be seeing stars.
Rating: C-

Natalya versus Paige
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Paige defeated Natalya in 5:38 by pinfall with a RamPaige. The commentary team note that we learnt this past week on Monday Night RAW that Audrey Marie will challenge Nikki Bella for the Divas title at Wrestlemania.
Match Rating: D

After the match Paige looks as though she is going to attack Natalya until Hailey Hatred and Alexa Bliss come out to make the save. Paige then flees the ring and heads to the back before Nicole Matthews comes to the entrance-way and says that she is better than all of the Divas in the ring.
Rating: F

Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, The Uso's defeated Amore & Cassady in 6:31 when Jey Uso defeated Enzo Amore by pinfall with an Alley-Us. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Jimmy and Jey will once again put their WWE Tag Team Championships on the line against the team of Jack Swagger and Tensai at Wrestlemania, and that Swagger and Tensai were victorious again this past week on Monday Night RAW.
Match Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find Goldust wishing his brother Stardust luck before tonight’s main event with Goldust promising Stardust that it won’t be long until they are the WWE Tag Team Champions again. Dolph Ziggler and the Intercontinental Champion then rush into the room and attack the Rhodes Dynasty until Rey Mysterio and Ryback rush in to make the save.
Rating: C-

WWE Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett © versus Rey Mysterio
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Wade Barrett defeated Rey Mysterio in 8:42 by pinfall with The Wasteland. Wade Barrett makes defence number 3 of his WWE Intercontinental title. The commentary team note that these two were just involved in the altercation backstage.
Match Rating: C-

We cut backstage to find Drake Younger in the office of the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle and Younger says that being in the Royal Rumble match wasn’t enough, he wants to go to Wrestlemania.
Rating: E-

R-Truth versus Epico
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, R-Truth defeated Epico in 7:20 by pinfall with a Corkscrew Scissors Kick. The man dressed in a bull costume, El Torito, accompanied Epico to the ring.
Match Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find the WWE Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett shining his title belt and smiling. Barrett looks into the camera and says that he will keep putting his title on the line every week.
Rating: C





Mark Henry versus Camacho
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Mark Henry defeated Camacho in 7:23 by pinfall with a World's Strongest Slam. The commentary team note that Henry looked good tonight.
Match Rating: D

Following a commercial break we cut backstage to find Bayley talking to the WWE Hall of Famer Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat when Mark Henry approaches the pair and asks them to all be together again.
Rating: E+

We cut to another backstage area to find the WWE Tag Team Champions Jimmy and Jey Uso discussing their title defence at Wrestlemania. Jey says that they beat Amore and Cassady tonight, have beaten Percy Watson and Byron Saxton in the past and will beat Swagger and Tensai again at Wrestlemania.
Rating: E+

Stardust versus 2014 Royal Rumble Match winner Dolph Ziggler
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Dolph Ziggler defeated Stardust in 12:42 by pinfall with a Zig Zag. Ziggler and Stardust have pretty good chemistry as opponents and it lifted the match.
Match Rating: B-


Post-Show: Ted DiBiase versus Percy Watson
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Ted DiBiase defeated Percy Watson in 12:49 by pinfall with a Dream Street. The commentary team stayed at ringside to watch this match.
Match Rating: E+


Post-Show: Uncle Elgin versus Bo Dallas
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Bo Dallas defeated Uncle Elgin in 13:27 by pinfall with a Spear. Bo Dallas was accompanied to the ring by Dean Malenko for this one.
Match Rating: E+


Final Show Rating: C









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Happy0wns: 21/30
Kijar: 17/24
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Saturday, Week 2, March, 2014


The following contests are confirmed to take place at tonight’s NXT 100,000 Years:


NXT Championship: Justin Gabriel © versus Colt Cabana
The main event of tonight special NXT 100,000 Years event will see Justin Gabriel put his NXT Championship on the line as he will take on the challenge of Colt Cabana. The “Thrill Seeker” Justin Gabriel has held the NXT Championship since May of last year when he defeated the first ever NXT Champion Seth Rollins to win the title. Since then Gabriel has gone on to make six successful title defences thus far, the most recent of which coming last month at NXT Day of the Underdog with a win over Sami Zayn. Colt Cabana has had the support of the NXT Universe inside the NXT Arena since he first came to NXT and has won over all of the fans with his “Fun Babyface” act. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette has given Cabana this title match tonight by virtue of Cabana winning a Fatal Four-Way match last month at NXT Day of the Underdog, defeating Mason Ryan, Sin Cara and Adam Pearce. Justin Gabriel and Colt Cabana will be doing all they can to pick up the all-important victory tonight and leave with the NXT Championship, and Gabriel has experience on his side having been a former WWE Tag Team Champion and competed in front of the WWE Universe on both Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown for many years.

NXT Arena Championship: Ezekiel Jackson © versus Wesley Blake
In the first NXT event of the year, NXT Downward Spiral back in January, Ezekiel Jackson defeated Adam Pearce to become just the second ever NXT Arena Champion. Last month at NXT Day of the Underdog Ezekiel Jackson defeated Braun Stowman to make his first successful title defence and tonight Jackson will put the title on the line again against the debuting Wesley Blake. Being a former WWE Intercontinental Champion, Ezekiel Jackson is a Bad Ass and will be the heavy favourite going into tonight’s match with the rookie Wesley Blake.

Curtis Axel versus Drew McIntyre
Back in January following an injury to then WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar that forced Lesnar to vacate the title, a Triple Threat match was held on Friday Night SmackDown to decide a new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Curtis Axel won that match to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion only to lose the title to Kane two days later at the Royal Rumble. Tonight at NXT 100,000 Years Axel looks to bounce back as he takes on one third of the three-man band known as 3MB, Drew McIntyre.

Kalisto versus Adam Pearce
The high-flying Luchador Kalisto will be in action tonight at NXT 100,000 Years as he will take on Adam Pearce with both men looking to impress the NXT Universe inside what is sure to be a sold out NXT Arena.

NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte versus Kaitlyn
Finally, one half of the NXT Tag Team Champions Charlotte will tonight take on Kaitlyn. The other NXT Tag Team Champion, Eve Torres, also the reigning NXT Women’s Champion, will be hoping that her partner can get the victory here over a former WWE Divas Champion in Kaitlyn.




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NXT Championship: Justin Gabriel © versus Colt Cabana
NXT Arena Championship: Ezekiel Jackson © versus Wesley Blake
Curtis Axel versus Drew McIntyre
Kalisto versus Adam Pearce
NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte versus Kaitlyn



(Predictions are welcomed, there will be a prediction contest held every month.)
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NXT Championship: Justin Gabriel © versus Colt Cabana
NXT Arena Championship: Ezekiel Jackson © versus Wesley Blake
Curtis Axel versus Drew McIntyre
Kalisto versus Adam Pearce
NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte versus Kaitlyn
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Saturday, Week 2, March, 2014


WWE 100,000 Years (Live from Gainesville Civic Center (GA) 715 in Attendance)

Kalisto versus Adam Pearce
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Kalisto defeated Adam Pearce in 6:35 by pinfall with a Senton Splash. Tonight’s special NXT 100,000 Years event kicks off with the NXT General Manager Jim Cornette as the sole commentator welcoming the live television audience to the show. Cornette notes that tonight’s main event will see Justin Gabriel put his NXT Championship on the line against Colt Cabana. The high-flying luchador Kalisto then makes his way to the ring to a tremendous reception from the NXT Universe in attendance inside the sold out NXT Arena. Adam Pearce then makes his way to the ring to a more mixed reaction. Kalisto was once again wearing his white hooded mask tonight that makes him look like a member of the KKK, but still had the NXT Universe behind him in this one. Jim Cornette notes on commentary that Kalisto spent six months touring with the main WWE roster last year, and although never competing in a televised match on Monday Night RAW or Friday Night SmackDown Kalisto no doubt picked up plenty of experience competing in front of the WWE Universe. That experience may have been the difference maker in tonight’s opening contest as Kalisto picked up the all-important victory after hitting a Senton Splash from the top rope.
Match Rating: E+











NXT Tag Team Champion Charlotte versus Kaitlyn
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Kaitlyn defeated Charlotte in 8:21 by pinfall with a Reverse DDT. Our next contest sees one half of the NXT Tag Team Champions, Charlotte, in action. However, Charlotte comes to the ring on her own and is not accompanied by the other half of the NXT Tag Team Champions, the NXT Women’s Champion Eve Torres. The former WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn then comes to the ring to a decent ovation from the NXT Universe in attendance inside the sold out NXT Arena. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette notes on commentary that Charlotte, although seeing on the exterior like the Girl-Next-Door, is not only one half of the NXT Tag Team Champions but is also the daughter of the two-time WWE Hall of Famer, the “Nature Boy” Ric Flair. Jim Cornette notes that the first ever NXT Tag Team Champions were decided back at NXT Instant Classic last September when Charlotte and Eve Torres beat Hailey Hatred and Christina Von Eerie to win the titles. Since then Eve Torres and Charlotte have been calling themselves “Team Brilliance” and have made two successful title defences, most recently beating Evie and Summer Rae last month at NXT Day of the Underdog. Although Charlotte is perhaps destined for great things given her lineage, it was Kaitlyn that got the win here.
Match Rating: D-

NXT Arena Championship: Ezekiel Jackson © versus Wesley Blake
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Ezekiel Jackson defeated Wesley Blake in 13:07 by pinfall with The Book of Ezekiel. Ezekiel Jackson makes defence number two of his NXT Arena Championship. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette notes that the next match will see Ezekiel Jackson put the NXT Arena Championship on the line. Jackson then makes his way to the ring to a great reception from the NXT Universe inside the sold out NXT Arena, followed by his challenger Wesley Blake. Cornette notes on commentary that Ezekiel Jackson beat Adam Pearce back in January at NXT Downward Spiral to become only the second ever NXT Arena Champion and last month at NXT Day of the Underdog defeated Braun Stowman to make his first title defence. Ezekiel Jackson acted like a Bad Ass throughout this match, dominating for large periods of the match and clearly having the experience advantage being a former WWE Intercontinental Champion and having competed in many matches in front of the WWE Universe on both Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown. Cornette notes that Ezekiel Jackson is here in NXT to try to regain the attentions of both the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero and the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle. Ezekiel Jackson never looked like losing tonight’s match against the debuting Wesley Blake who only had spurts of offence and eventually Ezekiel pinned Wesley Blake for the win and another successful title defence.
Match Rating: D-



Curtis Axel versus Drew McIntyre
In a bout that had a good crowd and good action, Curtis Axel defeated Drew McIntyre in 7:51 by pinfall with a Perfect Plex. The former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Curtis Axel received a good reaction from the NXT Universe inside the sold out NXT Arena as he made his way to the ring. Axel was by himself tonight and no longer accompanied by Paul Heyman. Drew McIntyre then made his way to the ring, also alone and without the other 3MB members Heath Slater and Jinder Mahal. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette notes on commentary that both of these Superstars have years of experience competing in front of the WWE Universe on both Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown, and both put on a good effort tonight with points clearly to prove to both the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero and the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Hornswoggle. Ultimately it was Axel that got the win after hitting McIntyre with the Perfect Plex.
Match Rating: C

NXT Championship: Justin Gabriel © versus Colt Cabana
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Justin Gabriel defeated Colt Cabana in 12:53 by pinfall with a 450 Splash. Justin Gabriel makes defence number seven of his NXT Championship. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette left his position at the commentary table briefly to make introductions for tonight’s NXT Championship main event match. Both Justin Gabriel and Colt Cabana received tremendous ovations from the NXT Universe in attendance inside the sold out NXT Arena and put on a great match that ended with Justin Gabriel hitting the 450 Splash to retain his title once again.
Match Rating: C-


Final Show Rating: C-






Prediction League Table:


Happy0wns: 22/35
Kijar: 20/29

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