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Unread 06-07-2019, 08:13 PM
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A video is shown of last week’s end of show where King Fenix made his return and sent Buddy Murphy packing.

Rating: 59









The Coach and Booker T welcome us to the show. They say that tonight we’re going to see a celebration in honor of Cruiserweight Champion Lio Rush.

Rating: 61



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Pure squash match. Itami dominates enhancement talent Logan Riegel and puts him away with a double knee jawbreaker.

Winner by Pinfall: Hideo Itami
Rating: 61




IItami isn’t done. He picks up his opponent and delivers another jawbreaker. Itami looks at the crowd with an icy glare before leaving the ring.

Rating: 37





We’re taken to a pre-taped segment with Maria and Mike Kanellis. Mike is in a neck brace. Maria is near frantic as she rants about the danger which is Brian Kendrick and demands that he be fired from 205 or they will sue the WWE for an unsafe work environment. When Cathy Kelly brings up what Mike did to Kendrick a few weeks ago Maria and her husband storm away.

Rating: 68



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Gulak does his best to keep Fenix grounded and it works for a time but Gulak makes a mistake in going for a top rope move, Fenix catches him up there and hits a hurricanrana off the top. From there it’s all Fenix and he wins with a Muscle Buster spun to a Michinoku Driver which Booker refers to as the Black Fire Driver.

Winner by Pinfall: King Fenix
Rating: 65




After the match Fenix gets a mic and says that since arriving in the WWE, his lifelong dream, he’s had a problem, a juggernaut of a problem. His name is Buddy Murphy and he nearly ended Fenix’s career. That made Fenix take a deep look at himself. Into the dark part of his soul and when he emerged he brought a little of that darkness with him. This isn’t over Murphy, and you’ll see why very very soon.

Rating: 55





We see a quick hype graphic for Lio Rush’s celebration which will happen later tonight.

Rating: 63



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A good back and forth match. Kalisto makes a comeback late in the match and uses some high flying aerial maneuvers to take control, finishing off Dar with the Solena del Sol.

Winner by Pinfall: Kaliso
Rating: 62




Cruiserweight Champion Lio Rush comes out to a decorated ring. He spends several minutes talking about himself and his accomplishments, never mentioning any assistance from his friend Bobby Lashley. He goes on to say how there is no competitor who is on his level let alone get in this ring with him…..









Zack Sabre Jr. walks down the ramp and gets into the ring. He looks Lio up and down, as the champ watches him warily. Sabre just grins and pats the belt on Rush’s shoulder before leaving the ring and heading up the ramp. As the show ends, Rush looks very concerned.


Rating: 71

Overall: 66
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We’re immediately shown backstage where a host of officials are trying their best to get Dominic Dijakovic off of Matt Riddle. He had electric cables around Riddle’s throat and is wrenching back. By the amount of fight Riddle is showing it’s clear he’s been at this for awhile. Finally Dijakovic lets go and stands over Riddle who’s barely moving. Dijakovic reaches down and shakes the hand of the barely conscious Riddle before leaving the scene.



Rating: 6.2









Mauro Ranallo and the announcers barely have words for what they just saw. Pulling it together, Ranallo hypes tonight’s main event. Rowe of the War Raiders going one on one with Roderick Strong of the Undisputed Era.





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Kairi Sane and Mia Yum trade the advantage a few times but in the end it’s an InSane Elbow off the top that ends the match for the Pirate Princess.


Winner by Pinfall: Kairi Sane
Rating: 6.5







Dasha Fuentes comes to the ring and begins interviewing Sane about her victory when suddenly NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler attacks Sane from behind.





Baszler can be heard over Fuentes’ microphone belittling Sane for getting in her business last week.





The crowd pops as Nikki Cross runs down the ramp and suddenly Baszler has better places to be. Cross checks on Sane as Baszler smiles having made her point.



Rating: 7.1








Dominic Dijakovic still seems pleased with himself backstage when NXT General Manager William Regal catches up to him. Regal says he has two pieces of news for Dijakovic. First, due to his actions earlier he’s being fined $5,000. Second, at Takeover New York, he’ll have to look Matt Riddle in the face instead of attacking him from behind when they go one on one. Dijakovic doesn’t like the sound of either of those but Regal’s expression keeps the peace.


Rating: 5.4






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Gargano controls from start to finish and comes out looking strong for his impending four way match at Takeover.


Winner by submission: Johnny Gargano
Rating: 6.1







We’re taken to one of the men Gargano will fight in New York, Aleister Black. Black is sitting crossleged in a room lit only by candles, seemingly in meditation. He says that destiny is a funny thing. Everyone thinks they have one but in truth destiny belongs to those who seize it. At Takeover New York destiny belongs to him and he will destroy anyone who gets in his way.


Rating: 7.5








We’re shown a video of the history between the War Raiders and the Undisputed Era.


Rating: 6.8





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Rowe is determined in the opening of the match to impose his will and Strong takes a beating but he uses his veteran skills to take advantage of a mistake and takes over. Strong seems to be on his way to victory when Rowe makes a comeback and hits a powerslam off the second rope. Before the referee can complete the three count Kyle O’Reilly is in the ring and attacks Rowe.


Winner by Disqualification: Rowe
Rating: 6.2







The attack only lasts a few moments before Hanson is in the ring and now it’s evened up. That only lasts a moment though.





Bobby Fish runs down and grabs a chair, before entering the ring and smashing Hanson across the back a few times. Rowe gets the same treatment and now it’s three on two but the crowd comes alive.





Ricochet runs down to the frey and kicks the chair into Fish’s face. He goes after his Takeover opponent but Strong and O’Reilly attack him from his blindside. Soon its three on three but Strong and O’Reilly have grabbed chairs of their own and they’re wearing out their Takeover opponents and as the show ends the Undisputed Era holds the ring.



Rating: 7.1


Overall: 6.6
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NXT U.K. opens with a recap video of last week where Joseph Conners was "punished" by next UK General Manager, Finlay, and put into a match with Mastiff. The video shows how Conners tried to bail but, Finlay threw him back in where Conners fate was sealed with a Spinebuster. The last image is of Mastiff standing tall and roaring to the crowd.

Rating: 5.6









Gallus is again shown trying to enter the arena like last week. They are met with security once more who prevent them, but then are told to allow Wolfgang in. Bewildered, he goes past security and when the Coffey brothers go to follow, security again stops them. Wolfgang walks into the arena alone with the Coffey brothers furious.

Rating: 5.2





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A competitive match but then Charlie Morgan gets control and really has the match in hand until she gets too arrogant and Xia Brookside is able to roll her up in a small package and score the surprise victory.

Winner by pinfall: Xia Brookside
Rating: 4.4






Finlay is in his office and he says that he is furious about a tweet he just saw:





Finlay says that since "Province" finds reason to gloat about their heinous treatment of Toni Storm and Rhea Ripley, it is time to stop gloating and its time to put up or shut up. So, at NXT TakeOver: New York, the night before Wrestlemania, Kelly and Jinny will do just that when they take on Toni Storm and NXT United Kingdom Women's Champion Rhea Ripley in a tag team match. Now, tweet about that, ladies.


Rating: 6.2





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Kento Miyahara and Mark Andrews have a very competitive match that ends when Miyahara misses a running kick, Andrews drops him with a back suplex and then a Shooting Star Press for the victory.

Winner by pinfall: Mark Andrews
Rating: 4.4






The announcers tell us that they have just been informed that although the Coffey Brothers remained banned, Wolfgang will be in action here tonight in our main event. Wolfgang has been ordered to face…Mastiff.

Rating: 6.0





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This is a wild, almost car crash match where all three men fly all over the ring, on the floor and even into the crowd. In the end Williams nails Ashton Smith with a springboard back elbow right to the temple which knocks him out and Williams scores the pinfall victory.

Winner by pinfall: Kenny Williams
Rating: 5.5




A promo video of a destroyed town shows. The people in the scene are clearly desolate and hungry. Hopelessness reigns supreme. Tears can be seen flowing down as the people cry out for help. Just before the video cuts out the words He's Coming flash in red as the video fades to black.

Rating: 5.6





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As expected, this is a stiff match between two big men and not a technical master class. Early on Mastiff dominates before Wolfgang is able to gain control. When Wolfgang lifts Mastiff up for a Widow’s Peak, Mastiff is able to drop down, bounce off the ropes, deliver a high knee to Wolfgang’s head and take control again. Soon, Mastiff is setting up for the Spinebuster when, out of nowhere, The Coffey Brothers rush into the ring and attack Mastiff. The referee calls for the bell.

Winner by disqualification: Mastiff
Rating: 6.1





Following the match, Gallus commences a full on assault on Mastiff who is able to hold his own until the numbers game catches up to him. Soon, Gallus are setting Mastiff up for massive powerbomb assisted by all three men but, before they can drop Mastiff on his neck, security flood the ring and Finaly rushes out giving orders. Gallus quickly hop the rails and escape through the crowd as Finlay is shouting obscenities when NXT U.K. goes off the air.

Rating: 5.7

Overall: 5.9

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The show opens with a long stretch limo pulls up.



Stephanie McMahon, the RAW C.E.O. is here and she looks to be in business mode as she enters the building.


Rating: 89



TD Garden-----Boston, MA
19,580 in Attendance










Stephanie comes out and says due to last week’s attack on Kurt Angle by Brock Lesnar she is here to handle RAW’s business. She hypes WrestleMania in two weeks and the big matches involving RAW superstars, but there’s one in particular that she doesn’t mention but she’s suddenly reminded.









Balor comes out to a great crowd reaction. He gets in the ring and asks her why she didn’t mention his match for the WWE Title. She says that frankly as the winner of the Royal Rumble he had a choice to make and he chose...Smackdown Live. So sorry----not sorry----she doesn’t care about that match.

Balor counters with an acknowledgement of his choice and that she may not care but the WWE Universe cartes and when he wins that title he won’t have to ever see her again. She takes that in stride but says since he’s so sure he’ll win, he won’t mind a little warm up and that match happens...right now.


Rating: 89



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A pure set up, Balor gets battered by both bigger men but an opening presents itself when Lashley is holding Balor for a double team but Balor slips loose and Corbin delivers a boot in Lashley’s face, knocking him out of the ring. Balor catches fire, and a few moments later he soars off the top with the Coup de Grace for the win.

Winner byPinfall: Finn Balor
Rating: 77




We see Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler in their dressing room mid-conversation. The announcers hype the main event tonight when they’ll fight Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins.

Rating: 87





Bayley is her normal happy go lucky self backstage when she’s suddenly blindsided by Nia Jax. As Nia steps over her and moves on the announcers question what kind of shape Bayley will be for her match with Nia tonight.

Rating: 84



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The heels control the match but Velveteen gets the eventual hot tag and shows off his moves cleaning the ring of both Roode and Elias. Elias, the legal man, ends up on the bad end of the Dream Valley Driver and then as Velveteen climbs to the top, RVD makes a blind tag. Elias is hit with the Purple Rainmaker and then a Five Star Frogsplash in quick succession leading to a big victory for Dream and RVD.

Winners by Pinfall: Velveteen Dream and Rob Van Dam
Rating: 74




RVD and Velveteen Dream celebrate their victory while Roode and Elias are angry outside the ring.

Rating: 73





We catch the Riott Squad backstage. Ruby is furious that none of them were able to beat Ember Moon the last three weeks. Ruby says people are laughing at them but tonight it’s time to remind everyone why they’re so dangerous. Logan and Morgan nod in agreement.

Rating: 65





We’re taken to the ring where Michael Cole is. He introduces the RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey and her challenger, the Man Becky Lynch. Cole talks about how they will be the first female main event in WrestleMania history. Lynch says that’s all well and good but her focus is that championship Ronda wears around her waist. Rousey says that Becky can look all she wants but she will never defeat her to win it. Becky asks how Ronda can be so sure and Ronda replies that she’s seen people like Becky her whole life. People who run their mouth and then get their mouths shut. Becky stands and asks if maybe Ronda would like to shut her mouth right now. Ronda stands and this brings Cole between them pleading for things to remain civil. Both women seem to calm for the moment and Ronda even offers a handshake. Becky smirks and shakes it but as soon as she does Ronda catches her with a left hand. Stunned momentarily, Becky is easy pickings for Rousey who hits the Pipers Pit. As she heads back up the ramp with her title held in the air, Ronda doesn’t see Becky trying to get up with a busted lip but looking determined nonetheless.

Rating: 100





Stephanie is walking backstage when she’s approached by a very swarmy Paul Heyman. Heyman says he’s here not to gloat but to put forth an idea. His client, BROCK LESNAR, hereby requests that he be given Kurt Angle at WrestleMania. Stephanie reminds Heyman Angle isn’t even at RAW because of the attack last week but Heyman says that’s not his problem. And if she doesn’t give Brock what he wants...well...that worked out real well for Kurt didn’t it? Heyman walks off leaving Stephanie with an expression of anger mixed with concern.

Rating: 87





We see a replay of Alexa Bliss attacking Natalya backstage a week ago.

Rating: 87



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I Quit Match


Bliss uses dirty tricks to take an early advantage and make perfect use of the no disqualification rules but she can’t get Natalya to submit to her Anaconda Vise. Natalya fights back and pays Alexa back for everything she’s put Natalya through the last weeks before putting her in the Sharpshooter in the middle of the ring and Alexa screams that she quits.

Winner by Submission: Natalya
Rating: 71




Backstage the new RAW Tag Team Champions are bragging to everyone they meet how they beat the AOP. That is until they come face to face with the former champs. The AOP glance at each other and launch into an attack. The two teams brawl for a moment before the Revival get the idea that it’s best if they leave and quickly pick up their belts and run off with the AOP on their heels.

Rating: 65



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Bayley knows she needs to take it to Nia off the bat and she puts Nia on her heels from the opening bell. Everything is looking good until Bayley appears to tweak her knee. Nia immediately takes control. With Bayley down, Nia bounds off the ropes and splashes her for a three count.

Winner by Pinfall: Nia Jax
Rating: 76


As Bayley recovers from her loss and the referee checks on her leg Nia quickly leaves the ring. Suddenly, the Riott Squad come running down the ramp and slide in.



Like a pack of wolves they’re all over Bayley. Ruby dips to the outside to collect a chair but before she can get back in Sasha Banks and Ember Moon run down and clear Morgan and Logan from the ring.



Even with the chair the Riotts don’t look like they want to get back in the ring and slowly make their exit while Bayley’s friends make sure she’s safe.


Rating: 76





Charly Caruso is standing by with Bobby Roode. He says that Velveteen Dream has finally done it. He’s made the biggest mistake of his life and that is because he’s now on Roode’s radar. Roode is honest in saying that he didn’t take him seriously and attributed some victories to flukes but no...Dream is a talent. He’s a threat. And what does Roode do to threats? Go ask anyone he’s ever been in the ring with. Roode says he hopes Dream enjoys being at his first WrestleMania because it will be his last!

Rating: 68





[i]WWE Universal Champion Braun Strowman marches down to the ring. He says that in two weeks he’s going to face the man many consider to be the greatest of all time. And in two weeks he’s going to plant him right here in the middle of the ring. Cena says Strowman can’t see him but all Cena is going to see are these….holding up his hands…..when he Gets. These. Hands.



Without warning Mojo Rawley comes out interrupting the champion. He says he’s been in the back for too long and he’s ready to get hyped all over Strowman. Strowman tells him to shut the
hell up and get a ref so he can get this over.

Rating: 98



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Non Title Match


Rawley bounces off the ropes with attempted shoulder blocks which don’t faze Strowman at all. On the third attempt Strowman scoops up Rawley and delivers a powerslam for 1-2-3.

Winner by Pinfall: Braun Strowman
Rating: 66




The announcers confirm the last member of the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2019, Eric Bischoff!



Rating: 45





Backstage the Revival and AOP are still fighting and rampaging through the halls. Stephanie shows up and screams so loud they both stop and look at her. She says if they want to rip each other apart she’s going to make people pay to see it. At WrestleMania it’ll be a rematch for the RAW Tag Team Championships. Until then if they so much as breathe on each other..they’re fired!

Rating: 74





The announcers hype that next week we’ll see a six woman tag. The Riott Squad versus Bayley, Sasha Banks, and Ember Moon!



Rating: 76





The announcers run down the WrestleMania card.















Rating: 100



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Rollins is consistently double teamed and even when he makes a tag to Ambrose, the referee disallows it. Ambrose is growing more and more frustrated and when Ziggler taunts him one too many times he’s had enough. Ambrose comes flying into the ring which brings in McIntyre and now it’s a four man brawl. The referee has lost control and calls for the bell as chaos ensues.

Result: Double Disqualification.
Rating: 81






As the brawl continues, Stephanie comes out onto the stage. She tells all four men that if they want to destroy and maim each other that bad then they can wait until WrestleMania. It will be Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose against Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler...inside Hell in a Cell!

All four men at first look shocked but when they begin to eye each other it’s clear they look forward to it.


Rating: 86

Overall: 90
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The show opens with Paige walking backstage when Charlotte Flair approaches in a huff. Charlotte berates Paige for her recent “meddling” with Charlotte’s reign as Smackdown Live Women’s Champion. Paige finally has had enough and snaps back at Charlotte. The GM tells Charlotte that what she called meddling is actually called leadership and leaders make the hard choices such as...who is Charlotte going to wrestle tonight in the main event? Paige acts as if she’s thinking then points behind Charlotte. Charlotte turns and stops cold.



Trish is leaning against the wall. Before Charlotte can say anything Paige tells her that if Trish wins tonight in any fashion...count out...disqualification...we’ll be having a triple threat at WrestleMania. Both Paige and Trish walk off leaving Charlotte stunned.



Rating: 87




Mohegan Sun Arena----Uncasville, CT
9,518 in Attendance






The Announcers hype tonight’s main event, Charlotte Flair vs Trish Stratus with a possible title shot for the Hall of Famer if she wins.

Rating: 82



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We don’t even get the name of the guy facing Andrade and even if we did the match would have been nearly over by the time they finished saying it. With his entourage at ringside who Phillips refers to as a cartel, Andrade makes short work of his opponent and finishes him with hammerlock DDT.

Winner by Pinfall: Andrade Almas
Rating: 61




The ‘Cartel’ as Phillips called them gather in the ring. Andrade says time is up. He made it clear that he wants that United States title and either Rey is going to give it to him or he’s going to hurt the people Rey loves. Before he can go on, Mysterio comes out to the stage, still hobbled.



Mysterio says if Andrade wanted the match he only had to ask but since he has decided to take it upon himself to threaten Rey’s family...so yea, he’ll see Andrade at WrestleMania and he’s going to kick Andrade’s ass! The Cartel don’t appear happy about that and the scene ends with Mysterio and Andrade trash talking at each other.


Rating: 78





We’re taken to Becky Lynch in her locker room. She’s still showing the effects of the cheap shot Ronda Rousey gave her the night before. Becky says that she deserved what she got because she let her guard down for a split second and that’s all Ronnie needed. That’s a lesson learned champ because at WrestleMania there will be no split second distractions. There will be no lapses of concentration. There will be nothing but a singular focus to do whatever it takes to win that title and she means whatever it takes. Broken bones, blood sweat and tears, whatever it takes to walk out of WrestleMania with her hand held high. She thanks Rousey for waking her up and giving the Man a jolt of reality. In two weeks she’ll repay the favor.

Rating: 100





The New Day come to the ring and cut their usual promo which you either love or groan at but the crowd is very much into it. The topic of the promo is how the New Day are all good “brothers” and don’t feel the need to brag about it like some people which brings out their opponents.

Rating: 93



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The New Day may be in party mode but the Good Brothers are all business and it shows in their performance. The actions trades back and forth but when Woods is hit with the Magic Killer it’s lights out.

Winner by Pinfall: Gallows and Anderson
Rating: 68




WWE Champion Daniel Bryan is backstage with Kayla Braxton. She asks him about the problems he foresees facing Finn Balor at WrestleMania but he spins off into a diatribe about how it’s nothing compared to the problems the planet faces at the hands of human beings. Human beings..like the kind of people who root for a mentally unstable person like Finn Balor who enjoys playing dress up like it’s Halloween. Well just as he fights for the planet, Daniel Bryan will fight for his championship and when he’s done it won’t be Halloween...it’ll be an important holiday, like Earth Day.

Rating: 100





The Miz is here to host the most exciting talk show in WWE history. Welcome to Miz TV. The Miz’s guests are Samoa Joe and Rusev who’s long evolving rivalry was interrupted at Fastlane by SAnitY who attacked both men. Rusev and Joe both say that they would have won at Fastlane but before things turn physical….









Sanity arrives and they gather in the ring. The Miz tries to keep the peace but suddenly Young attacks him while his four men smother Rusev and Joe.



Suddenly from the back AJ Styles comes running down and gets into it but it’s still four on five.



We cut to the back and Randy Orton is watching everything on a monitor seemingly unsure what to do when he suddenly bolts from the monitor and a moment later he’s running down to the ring and the first thing he does is deliver an RKO to Young. SAnitY is quickly routed from the ring and regather on the outside as AJ, Orton, Miz, Rusev, and Joe have all put their grievances aside for the moment as they hold the ring.[/i]

Rating: 87



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Carmella is all attitude as the match starts but Sonya quickly takes control and combines some MMA with power moves. Carmella get in a little offense near the end but Sonya end it with a triangle choke and Carmella taps out.

Winner by Submission: Sonya Deville
Rating: 47




We see the Bar backstage just before coming out while we hear Shinsuke Nakamura’s music in the background. Cesaro says the two slobs got lucky last week but tonight it’s payback. Sheamus says it’s time to up the bar! They then go through the curtain and we hear their music.

Rating: 70



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The heels control the match focusing on Truth but when he goes between Sheamus’ legs and dives to make the tag to Otis the whole match turns around. Heavy Machinery takes over the match. When it's clear the tide has turned the Bar drop off the apron and return up the ramp leaving Nakamura behind and he quickly falls victim to the Compactor.

Winners by Pinfall: The Bar and Shinsuke Nakamura
Rating: 76





Kayla Braxton is backstage with Trish Stratus and asks her about her match tonight with Charlotte Flair. Trish says coming back into WWE as the Women’s Division is reaching new heights as really reinvigorated her love of what she does. She may win tonight and she may lose, but one thing is for sure. Charlotte is going to know she’s in a fight tonight!

Rating: 73



Phillips and Booker discuss the card for next weekend’s WrestleMania including two new title matches announced tonight..





















Rating: 100



Quote:



Charlotte tries to end this one as quickly as she can but no matter what she does she can’t get Trish in position for either Natural Selection or the Figure Eight. When she tries for the submission, Trish shoves her rear end and Charlotte crashes through the turnbuckles, hitting the post. The Hall of Famer begins showing signs of life as she takes it to the Champ including the ‘flip over the turnbuckles and run along the apron’ routine but Charlotte catches a Chick Kick to the face on the apron. Trish rolls Charlotte back in the ring but the champion ambushes the challenger as Trish slides back in. Charlotte goes for Natural Selection but Trish dodges it and connects with another Chick Kick which drops the champ and Trish gets the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Trish Stratus
Rating: 76






As Charlotte rolls out of the ring dazed and in shock she’s caught between Trish celebrating in the ring and Asuka who’s come out onto the stage as the show ends.

Rating: 89

Overall: 88
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We’re shown a replay of Lio Rush’s self-celebration which was interrupted by a debuting Zack Sabre Jr.

Rating: 64










The announcers welcome us to the show and hype a big announcement later tonight by General Manager Drake Maverick.

Rating: 65



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Jack Gallagher is making his return match following a few months on the shelf and though he doesn’t look rusty, Cedric Alexander is at the top of his game and even though both men get in about equal offense it’s Alexander’s Lumbar Check that gets the victory.

Winner by Pinfall: Cedric Alexander
Rating: 68




WWE Cruiserweight Champion Lio Rush is backstage with his title over his shoulder. He says this championship is a direct piece of evidence that he is the Man of the Hour. He earned this title through his own grit and hard work and there is no one….no one...who can ever take it from him.

Rating: 63





Cathy Kelley is backstage and tries to get GM Drake Maverick to spill the beans about his announcement but he says she needs to be patient and all will be revealed soon.

Rating: 67



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The Lucha House Party members are in firm control through the match and hit a bunch of high flying exciting moves before Metalik hits a frog splash off the top onto TJP for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik
Rating: 62




Buddy Murphy is in his locker room. He says that Fenix wants to talk about inner darkness but he has no idea what darkness Murphy is capable of. But the next time he gets his hands on Fenix he’ll show him and the world just how dark he can be.

Rating: 58





Maria Kanellis is backstage with her husband, who is still in a neck brace, ranting and raving about a lawsuit when Brian Kendrick walks up with a chair. He says they don’t need to settle in court when they can settle in the ring next week. And just so it’s finished….how about they make it Loser Leaves 205? Or in their case, losers. Maria quickly agrees as Mike looks on in shock. Kendrick nods then quickly acts like he’s going to swing the chair causing Mike to flinch and prove he’s not as hurt as he portrays. Kendrick laughs and walks on as Mike asks Maria is she knows what she’s done.

Rating: 72



Quote:


Nese’s strength is evident from the start but Breeze digs deep and waits for an opening. When Nese misses a charging clothesline the corner Breeze hits the Beauty Shot for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Tyler Breeze
Rating: 67




We’re taken to the office of General Manager Drake Maverick. He says that next week we’ll have a four way match to determine the new number one contender. It will be Buddy Murphy, King Fenix, Hideo Itami, and the newcomer Zack Sabre Jr.



He wishes them good luck as the announcers hype the match and the show goes off the air.


Rating: 68

Overall: 68
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NXT opens with William Regal sitting in his office. He takes us back to last week to the interactions between Shayna Baszler, Nikki Cross and Kairi Sane. Regal says that for the last few months these issues have risen and they must be settled and settled decisively. So, therefore, the final match to announce at NXT TakeOver: New York is that Shayna Baszler must defend her NXT Women's Championship against both Nikki Cross and Kairi Sane. And to ensure that a decisive winner is crowned, this match will be contested inside a Steel Cage. He tells the viewers to enjoy tonight's edition of NXT.

The camera pans back to show Shayna Baszler watching the announcement on a monitor. She gets a shocked and then furious look and throws the television across the screen as NXT's opening credits roll.


Rating: 7.1









Mauro and the crew welcome us to this week's edition of NXT. We are only 10 days away from NXT taking over New York City. Tonight, in our main event Kyle O'Reilly, Bobby Fish & Roderick Strong - the Undisputed Era will take on Ricochet and War Raiders in a six man war. But, we go to the ring with our opening match and it features the man that could soon be the new NXT Champion Jay Lethal.

Rating: 4.0




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The Tennessee Cowboy James Storm gets some licks in early on but, the match is mostly to showcase Jay Lethal ahead of his NXT title match at TakeOver: New York. In the end, James Storm eats the Lethal Injection for the pinfall loss.


Winner by pinfall: Jay Lethal
Rating: 5.0






Following the win, Jay Lethal grabs the house mic. Lethal says that he has waited for nearly 20 years for the opportunity that lies before him in 10 days. This will be the biggest stage that Lethal has ever performed on. The truth is, for all his faults, there is a reason that Tommaso Ciampa is NXT Champion...he's that good. Lethal has faced Ciampa before. He knows what he can do. Tommaso Ciampa is as good as he thinks he is, but in 10 days at NXT TakeOver: New York, on that night for that one moment, Jay Lethal will prove that he is better. Destiny awaits and "Goldie" changes hands. Bank on it.

Rating: 6.6







In the back is Matt Riddle. He is preparing for his match, which is next, but he tells the viewers that he cannot wait to get his hands on Dominik Dijakovic at TakeOver. Matt Riddle doesn't buy into the nice man act, he sees it for the bs that it is. And at TakeOver, the Original Bro is going to knock Dom out. Riddle heads to the ring for his match.

Rating: 6.0






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Riddle starts out hot but, then Matha is able to over power the King of Bros and damned near scores a pinfall victory. Soon, Riddle is back in control and goes for the BRO-Mission when Dominik Dijakovic rushes down to the ring, chair in hand. He slides in and slams the chair at the base of Riddle’s neck giving Matt the DQ victory.


Winner by disqualification: Matt Riddle
Rating: 5.3






Post match Dominik Dijakovic continues to attack Matt Riddle with the chair before nearly decapitating Riddle with a twisting lariat. With Riddle unconscious and officials racing in, Dominik again, but with more arrogance, shakes the hand of the King of Bros.

Rating: 5.9








A commercial airs for Wrestlemania featuring Ronda Rousey vs Becky Lynch, Daniel Bryan vs Finn Balor and Braun Strowman vs John Cena. Wrestlemania is LIVE in just 10 days on the WWE Network.

Rating: 7.6






Tye Dillinger is shown alone in a room watching some of his best moments when in NXT. He says that going to the main roster was a mistake. This is where he belongs. NXT is home. And at TakeOver he has a chance to show the world once again why Tyle Dillinger is the Perfect 10. A fourway dance with the best NXT has to offer and a title match hangs in the balance? Tye swears that he will risk life and limb to cash in on this moment. He has no other choice. At TakeOver, Tye Dillinger will prove why he is the Perfect 10.

Rating: 5.7




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This is a crazy and wild brawl that starts out evenly until the Undisputed Era gets control and takes apart Ricochet while War Raiders keep trying to make the save. Eventually the tide turns and War Raiders start evening the odds and soon it’s a crazy brawl again. The finish comes when Ricochet takes Fish to the floor and Roderick has been disposed of. War Raiders set up Kyle O’Reilly for the FallOut when



Adam Cole jumps over the guard rail and pushes Hanson off the top rope and sends the big man to the floor. The referee was distracted and missed the whole thing. Cole distracts Rowe which allows Roderick to sneak back in and O’Reilly & Strong nail Total Elimination. Kyle covers for the 1..2…3.


Winners by pinfall: Undisputed Era
Rating: 6.6






Following the win, Undisputed Era stand tall celebrating until the lights go out.....




When they come back on, Aleister Black is in the ring and Adam Cole nearly craps himself getting out of the ring. Undisputed Era bail with Black pointing at Cole. Cole looks fearful as NXT goes off the air.


Rating: 7.5


Overall: 6.6
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NXT U.K. opens with Province, Killer Kelly & Jinny, walking into the building. As they are about to enter, they pass two security guards who remove their coats and hats.....





Ripley and Storm attack Province from behind and throw both women onto vehicles which are parked. On the hoods of these vehicles, they pound away at the women they will face in 9 days at TakeOver until officials, including Finlay, race out and pull Storm and Ripley off. Kelly and Jinny crawl away back to their car and speed out of the building before any more harm can come to them.


Rating: 5.9








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Complete domination by Menzies who suplexes Dylan James all over the ring and puts in some stiff forearms to boot. Eventually James taps out to the Ankle Lock.

Winner by submission: Luke Menzies
Rating: 3.9





The Announcers tell us that NXT United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne is here tonight and he will call out Joseph Conners.


Rating: 6.6





A promo video of a destroyed town shows. The people in the scene are clearly desolate and hungry. Hopelessness reigns supreme. Tears can be seen flowing down as the people cry out for help. The sun begins to darken as a shadow falls over the town.

Just before the video cuts out the words He's Coming flash in red as the video fades to black.


Rating: 5.8




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Mastiff continues his winning ways with a convincing win following a brutal spine buster for the 3 count.

Winner by pinfall: Dave Mastiff
Rating: 4.8







NXT U.K. General Manager, Finlay, is in his office and he announces that next week the Coffey Brothers are ordered to be on NXT to learn their fate after their recent actions.

Rating: 5.3





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This is an all-out match from the get go for the debuting Kip Sabian. Sabian does very well against Samuel Gradwell and nearly scores the pinfall victory but, in the end, Gradwell does a Death Valley Driver into a Diamond Cutter and knocks out Sabian.

Winner by pinfall: Samuel Gradwell
Rating: 3.1






NXT United Kingdom Champion, Pete Dunne, comes to the ring. He says that as promised he is here to call out Joseph Conners. Conners’ comes down to the ring and teases just staying on the ramp before getting into the ring and going nose to nose with Dunne.

Conners says he doesn’t give a damn if Dunne likes him or not but, Conners has a problem with Dunne and the problem is that Pete has got Triple H and everyone at NXT snowballed. He has somehow convinced everyone that Pete Dunne is the best in the UK. This whole “bruiserweight” thing is a sham and it is a political machination. And at TakeOver: New York, Joseph Conners will expose Pete Dunne for the fraud that he is and become the new United Kingdom Champion.

Pete laughs at the “political machination” line and says that Joseph Conners doesn’t have a clue what it takes to be champion for one day let alone the nearly 2 years that Pete Dunne has held this title. Dunne tells Conners that he’s the Bruiserweight because he kicks the arse of everyone he meets. And he’s been the United Kingdom champion for this long because he kicks the arse of everyone he meets. This isn’t a gimmick and this isn’t a wrestling promo…it’s a promise: at TakeOver, Pete Dunne is going to kick Joseph Conner’s arse because at the end of the day, Conners is not tough enough and not man enough to stop Dunne.

Conners looks like he is gonna respond, but then he smiles and piefaces Dunne. When Conners goes to leave, he is spun around by an infuriated UK Champion and is locked in a joint manipulation where Dunne is bending Conner’s fingers and wrist back in an angle that it isn’t meant to be bent in. Dunne is screaming at the top of his lungs and tapping out furiously as the Bruiserweight applies more pressure with a maniacal look in his face. Officials start to run down to the ring while Conners screams as NXT U.K. goes off the air.



Rating: 6.3



Overall Rating: 4.6
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WWE OFFICIALS---APRIL 2019


WWE Chairman Vince McMahon

Assistant to the WWE Chairman Bruce Prichard

WWE C.O.O. Triple H

RAW C.E.O Stephanie McMahon

RAW General Manager Kurt Angle

Smackdown Live C.E.O. Shane McMahon

Smackdown Live General Manager Paige

205 Live General Manager Drake Maverick

NXT General Manager William Regal

NXT UK General Manager Dave Finlay


CURRENT CHAMPIONS (MARCH 2019)


WWE Universal Champion Braun Strowman

WWE Champion Daniel Bryan

RAW Women's Champion Ronda Rousey

Smackdown Live Women's Champion Charlotte Flair

WWE Intercontinental Champion Bobby Roode

WWE United States Champion Rey Mysterio

RAW Tag Team Champions The Revival

[b]Smackdown Live Tag Team Champions[b] The Bar

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Lio Rush



NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa

NXT Women's Champion Shayna Baszler

NXT North American Champion Ricochet

NXT Tag Team Champions Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong



NXT UK Champion Pete Dunne

NXT UK Women's Champion Rhea Ripley

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We see Kurt Angle arrive at the building in street clothes and still looking worse for wear after the attack by Brock Lesnar two weeks ago.
Rating: 89







Capital One Arena----Washington DC
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Angle comes down to the ring but he’s not singing along with the crowd, he just looks pissed off. Angle says that everyone knows the history he has with Brock Lesnar and everyone remembers what they did to each other at WrestleMania XIX. Angle says he may be older but he’s still got the fire and he wants Lesnar this Sunday! Angle says people may say this is about pride and they’d be damn right in thinking that. That’s why he doesn’t only want Brock Lesnar, he wants him in an I Quit match. He says he will make the Beast tap out in front of millions of people. He says he knows Paul Heyman is back there so come out and accept the challenge.









Instead of Heyman, Angle gets the C.E.O of RAW Stephanie McMahon. She looks nearly apologetic when she tells Angle that she doesn’t think he’s in his right mind and she cannot in good conscience allow that match. Angle says he knows what he’s asking for. Stephanie says there is no shame in coming to your senses so she will give him the match however if he decides to call it off he will still be the RAW General Manager. However….if he goes forward with that match she cannot have her GM fighting the talents so Angle will be effectively quitting his job if that bell rings. Angle says he understands and thanks her for the match before his music hits and he leaves the ring.


Rating: 82



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Elias is in complete control in the match but he stops to take time to badmouth his veteran opponent and the referee which opens a window for Goldust and he comes back at Elias with some of his signature moves. Elias seems to reclaim the offense and gets a two count. He complains again to the referee and gets rolled up from behind by Goldust for the surprise ending.

Winner by Pinfall: Goldust
Rating:58




Elias is livid and attacks Goldust from behind. He goes out and gets his guitar but as he’s lining up a shot, Rob Van Dam comes running down and kicks the guitar into Elias’ face, causing him to ditch to the outside, still angry.

Rating: 67





Before the next match Hall of Famer Lita comes out to join the announcers. Lita says she’s out here to make a special announcement. She will be part of the Women’s Battle Royal this Sunday!

Rating: 80



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Two veterans in this one. Mickie uses some underhanded tactics to take control early but Natalya guts it out and grabs the advantage with a series of clotheslines. It’s not long before Mickie finds herself in the Sharpshooter and she taps.

Winner by Submission: Natalya
Rating: 80




As Natalya celebrates her win in the ring Nia Jax comes out and approaches Lita. Nia begins running Lita down, questioning her about being in the battle royal which Nia will obviously win. Lita stands and begins to take off her headset when Nia attacks. Nia slams Lita’s face off the desk and picks her up in a military press, looking like she’s going to throw her off the stage. Lita wiggles out of it and drops behind Nia, showing her towards the edge. Nia teeters but regains her balance and turns around right into a standing dropkick. Nia falls off the stage as the crowd cheers but Lita’s not done. She peels off her shirt and delivers a moonsault onto Nia when Jax finally stood up which really brings the crowd to their feet. It looks like the Women’s Battle Royal will be taken to the ‘extreme’ this Sunday!

Rating: 86





Backstage Charly Caruso tracks down Paul Heyman and asks him about this announced match this sunday. He says they accept that challenge and he’s going to do the world a favor. The Beast is going to finish what he started and he’s going to put Kurt Angle out of sports entertainment forever. His client, BROCK LESNAR, won’t make Kurt Angle tap, he’ll make him cry.

Rating: 67











Finn Balor comes out to the ring. He says that this Sunday he’s going to become the new WWE Champion. But that also means that tonight could be his last night on Monday Night RAW. So he wants it to be memorable, he wants it to be a great sendoff.



Bobby Lashley and Bobby Roode come out on the stage and begin walking down to the ring. Roode gets a mic and says he agrees with Balor, tonight should be memorable and he and Lashley think they have the answer. The two of them are going to beat the hell out of Balor so bad, no one will ever forget it. They’re about to get in the ring when someone else joins the conversation.









Velveteen Dream comes out which revives the crowd and says if there is going to be a memorable moment obviously the Dream has to be a part of it. He gets in the ring and says we can do this now or even better we can do this in the main event because obviously that’s where he belongs. The heels back off a little and tell Balor and Velveteen that they’ll see them later tonight.


Rating: 93



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Apollo Crews is on fire as soon as the match begins but he’s slowed down by Corbin’s power and his rule breaking. Corbin goes for End of Days but Crews blocks it and sends Corbin into the corner chest first. Corbin staggers back into the middle of the ring where Crews hits a sit down powerbomb for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Apollo Crews

Rating: 66




The Announcers remind us that next week is the big Superstar Shakeup.



Rating: 90





Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre enter Stephanie McMahon’s office. They apologize fotr interrupting her but they need a question answered. In Hell of a Cell are they legally liable for what happens to Rollins and Ambrose? She tells them absolutely not. They smile and thank her before leaving her office.

Rating: 85





Paul Heyman is strutting around backstage when Kurt Angle comes out of nowhere and pins him to the wall. Heyman is bug eyed and repeating that he’s only an advocate but Angle doesn’t seem to care. He tells Heyman to deliver a message to his client. This Sunday isn’t about what happened two weeks ago. It’s what happened decades ago. This Sunday Kurt Angle won’t break Brock Lesnar’s spirit. And he won’t break his confidence. This Sunday, Kurt Angle is going to break Brock Lesnar’s freakin’ ankle. He releases Heyman, smoothing his suit. Then he gets back in Heyman’s face and tells him...and then he’ll break the other one. Angle and Heyman both look down at the floor as Heyman’s bottom lip quivers. Angle pats him on the shoulder and says he knows he could count on him.

Rating: 89



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The Revival are cocky as ever, talking down to the B Team and backing it up. Their bravado melts a moment later.







Wilder and Dawson stare up at the stage awaiting the former champions. Dawson, who is legal, is ill prepared when Axle kicks him in the gut and nails a Perfect Plex. By the time Wilder sees what’s happening its too late.

Winners by Pinfall: The B Team

Rating: 67





The B Team get the hell out of there while the Revival are stunned and somewhere you can imagine the AOP with big grins.

Rating: 63





The Announcers do a roll call of this year’s Hall of Fame Class of 2019









Rating: 78











The RAW Women’s Champion comes out to the ring. She tells the crowd that this Sunday she’s going to do what she always does. She’s going to look across a ring from her opponent, then she’s going to dominate, then she’s doing to win. Becky Lynch can talk herself up as much as she wants. She can call herself the Man but the truth is she’s getting into the ring against the Baddest Bitch on the Planet. No amount of bravado and no trash talking or tweeting is going to change that. And if Becky wants more of what happened at that interview last week Rousey says she’s not hard to find before Sunday!

Rating: 100





Ambrose and Rollins are in their locker room. Rollins says that this Sunday they can’t hesitate for a second or it’s going to go really bad for them. Ambrose chuckles and pulls a long box out of a bag. Rollins asks him what it is and Ambrose replies that it’s something a hardcore legend gave him a long time ago. He opens the box to reveal a barbed wire bat. Rollins grins and goes to touch the bat but Ambrose pulls it back before telling Rollins never to come between a man and his Barbie.

Rating: 87



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The Riotts are more focused than they have been in a long time as they focus on triple teaming whoever is legal on the other team. Finally Bayley gets the tag and begins cleaning house. It soon boils down to a six woman brawl. Sarah Logan doesn’t see Sasha makes a blind tag, and it costs her when Sasha flips her over and applies the Bank Statement for the win.

Winners by Submission: Sasha Banks, Bayley and Ember Moon
Rating: 79




We’re shown a pre taped interview with John Cena conducted by Michael Cole. Cole asks Cena what to expect this Sunday. Cena says that to be frank you may see the last of himself. Everyone fights father time but Braun Strowman is the biggest threat he’s ever faced. His combination of speed and size and strength is unparallelled. If Cera is to find a way to win that elusive 17th title he’s going to have to push himself to the breaking point but maybe, just maybe, he has that in him on the grandest stage of them all. One thing is certain. Braun Strowman is in for the fight of his life and if he wants to keep that WWE Universal Championship he better bring everything he’s got because like the t-shirt says, Cena never gives up!


Rating: 87





Universal Champion Braun Strowman is seen watching the Cena interview on a monitor. Charly Caruso approaches him and asks if he has anything to say. Strowman glares down at her and says this Sunday he’ll end John Cena.

Rating: 62

The announcers run down the WrestleMania card for this Sunday























Rating: 100



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An excellent match in which all participants get in some usual spots and a good bit of offense. The turn comes when Velveteen who’s been pummelled in the opposite corner makes the tag to Balor. Balor zips around the ring before focusing on Lashley as the legal man. He ends up hitting the Coup de Grace for the win as Velveteen intercepts Roode with a flying forearm to preserve the pin.

Winners by Pinfall: Finn Balor and Velveteen Dream
Rating: 92






Cole immediately sends us to the back where a wild brawl is taking place. A moment later we see Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch are going at it and nearly every official in the back is trying to separate them. Lynch breaks free and jumps onto the officials in front of Rousey bowling everyone over as they get their hands on each other again. Now the women’s locker room has emptied and they’re trying to pull them apart. Finally Lynch is pulled away and while she’s defenseless for a moment Rousey moves in and punches her in the face before she’s pulled away again. Cole says they’re out of time but not to miss WrestleMania this Sunday!



Rating: 100

Overall: 94

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The cameraman is rushing backstage to the sound of a fight and when he turns the corner we see Rowan and Eric Young on the Miz like two jackals. Rowan’s grabs the Miz by the throat and runs him backwards into a garage door with a huge bang. Young keeps stomping on him until officials force them away. Smackdown Live hasn’t even begun yet and SAnitY has already made their mark.

Rating: 72






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14,000 in Attendance





The WWE Champion comes to the ring. He says in five days he will walk into the ring against a demon and he will walk out still the Planet’s Champion. He takes nothing away from Finn Balor’s wrestling ability but Bryan is better. He takes nothing away from Finn Balor’s athleticism but Bryan is better. He takes nothing away from Finn Balor’s heart and drive and spirit but Bryan has the spirit of Mother Earth behind him. And with that nothing can defeat him and no one can take away this title around his waist. Not long ago he hurt Finn Balor really bad but he obviously didn’t finish the job. This Sunday he will.

Rating: 100



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They say politics makes strange bedfellows but so does warfare and Joe and Rusev symbolize that perfectly. Their personal dislike is still evident in the match, especially when they’re tagging but they are ruthless against the equally violent members of SAnitY. Violence doesn't equal a victory however as in the end Rusev has Wolfe in the Accolade as Joe puts the Kokina Clutch on Dain. The referee calls for the bell when neither man can escape.

Winners by Submission: Samoa Joe and Rusev
Rating: 72








Rating: 82





Andrade is backstage with his cartel. He says Rey Mysterio has made the decision to not only put his United States title on the line at WrestleMania but he’s decided to take the punishment instead of his family. It’s noble. Andrade can appreciate Rey’s love of family. Andrade’s family is standing behind him right now. Who does Rey have? If any of his family think about coming to WrestleMania they...well….they’ll take a little vacation south of the border. He warns Mysterio not to try him on that and he suggests Mysterio should just lay down on Sunday and hand over that title saying it will be better for everyone.

Rating: 75



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The announcers keep playing up Lacey Evans’ past as a Marine and the crowd is into it with a USA chant which drives Billie Kay crazy outside the ring. Peyton controls most of the match until Lacey puts on a comeback and gets her in a Cobra Clutch. Peyton tries to get to the rope but Lacey walks her back to the center and Peyton taps.

Winner by Submission: Lacey Evans
Rating: 57




Tom Phillips and Booker remind us of the Superstar Shakeup happening next week.



Rating: 91





The Bar, both steaming mad, approach Paige as she’s talking to a staffer and demand she cancel their Smackdown Live Tag Team Championship match at WrestleMania versus Heavy Machinery. They say it was unprofessional for them not to be told and to find out like all the losers of the world by watching RAW to hear about the match. She stops them and questions why they were watching the competition. They don’t really have a good answer and she tells them they better stop whining and start preparing or else they might get steamrolled on Sunday.

Rating: 77





We’re shown a pre-filmed video from Shane McMahon He says this match with Triple H is a long time in coming. For almost two decades he’s had to deal with his brother in law behind the scenes and he bit his tongue but no longer. Smackdown Live is his brand, his baby. Triple H as abused his authority and Shane will mak…..



Suddenly the video gets filled with static and Shane’s pre tape is replaced by a live Triple H feed. He says if Shane wants to see abuse he only has to wait until Sunday because he will abuse Shane. He will put him through more pain and suffering than he’s ever had before. Shane should have stayed away when he left the company with his tail between his legs. It was a mistake to come back and it was a mistake to get in Triple H’s business. He’ll learn that lesson the hard way. Triple H reaches down out of camera shot and pulls up a sledgehammer before just grinning as the video ends.


Rating: 89



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A very good match between these three teams with each getting about an equal amount of offense. Everyone gets in some signature moves but in the end as the Usos climb for a double splash on Big E, Karl Anderson blind tags himself in and shoves Jey off the top, crashing to the floor. At the same time Gallows follows suit with Jimmy. With Big E just getting to his feet he falls victim to the Magic Killer.

Winners by Pinfall: Gallows and Anderson
Rating: 72




We’re shown a replay of last week when Trish Stratus defeated Charlotte Flair to earn a spot in the Smackdown Live Women’s Championship match at WrestleMania.

Rating: 77



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Sonya lurks outside and does her best to distract Trish but the veteran is in full control. Mandy does manage to send Trish to the outside near the end of the match and that is when Charlotte comes running down.



But before Charlotte can attack, Asuka comes out and the two begin to fight. With the referee distracted, Sonya slides in and attempts to double team Trish but she hits Mandy by accident with the bicycle kick and then Stratus hits a Chick Kick sending Sonya to the outside and covers Mandy for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Trish Stratus
Rating: 63




Becky Lynch is standing by with Kayla Braxton. She says that last night was some of the most fun she’s had in awhile. The look on Ronnie’s face when she turned around and saw the Man. But she learned a lesson the hard way last night. She was held back by half a dozen people when Ronnie punched the Man right in the face. She gave Becky her best shot, with no hesitation. And here the Man stands. If Ronnie couldn’t finish her with a clean shot then this Sunday at WrestleMania what is she going to do when nobody’s holding her back? What’s the Baddest Bitch on the Planet going to do when the Man comes around and rips her arm out of the socket? You had your shot Ronnie. Wait till you see mine.

Rating: 100





Phillips and Booker run down the final card for WrestleMania this Sunday and remind us the Men’s and Women’s battle royals will also be happening in the pre show!

























Rating: 100



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Harper and AJ put on a good match in which Harper’s strength and brutality holds the ring against AJ’s athleticism. AJ gets in some of his normal offense but the tide turns when AJ catches a boot to the face and flies back into the referee knocking him out. Harper stalks Styles when suddenly Randy Orton jumps the barrier and slides into the ring.



Harper sense someone behind him and turns around into an RKO. Orton slides out and begins waking up the ref as Styles goes to the outside and when Harper finally gets up he catches a Phenomenal Forearm to the face. AJ makes the cover for the slow 123.

Winner by Pinfall: AJ Styles
Rating: 75






As Harper rolls out of the ring Orton enters. AJ turns around and acknowledges Orton for his help, offering a hand. Orton glances to the crowd who urges him to shake it. With a near sigh Orton shrugs and shakes Styles’ hand. The announcers discuss how the coalition against SAnitY seems to be coalesced and if Miz isn’t badly hurt it’s going to be a near all-star team in the big ten man….Suddenly Orton jerks Styles back to him as the handshake was ending….


















RKO!

Orton hops up and stares coldly down at Styles as the announcers say they may have been completely wrong as the show ends.


Rating: 93


Overall: 86
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The show begins with a recap of Drake Maverick’s declaration of a four man match to determine a new number one contender for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.









Coach and Booker welcome us to the show and hype the two big matches tonight. The four way for a new number one contender and the Loser Leaves 205 match which is tonight’s main event.

Rating: 69



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A hard hitting and high flying match which sees a bit of everything. Every time Murphy or Itami, who have focused on Sabre, get a chance for a pinfall it’s Fenix who’s breaking it up. Sabre evens the fight after taking a moment to regroup and it's a four man brawl. Sabre is especially hard hitting with a strong style matched up with Itami. When Fenix and Murphy both go over the top rope it’s a two man match and when Itami misses a high running knee Sabre hits the Zack Driver for the win.

Winner by Pinfall and new #1 Contender: Zack Sabre Jr.
Rating: 68




Maria and Mike Kanellis are in their locker room. Maria says tonight they will rid 205 of the vile, dangerous, and psychotic Brian Kendrick. She says Mike was only medically cleared this morning and he’s taking the risk of a career on two fronts for tonight’s main event but one way or another….they’re not going anywhere.

Rating: 72






Cathy Kelly catches up with Drake Maverick and asks him when Zack Sabre Jr will be getting his title shot. He tells her it will happen at the first 205 Live WWE Network special entitled Breakout, the first week of May.

Rating: 63



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Gulak wants to keep this one on the ground but Ali isn’t having any of that. His quick attacks frustrate Gulak early and it doesn’t get any better as Ali pours on some high energy offense ending with a reverse 450 splash for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Mustafa Ali
Rating: 64




King Fenix is backstage, disappointed about the earlier match when Buddy Murphy and Hideo Itami suddenly attack him. He tries fighting them off but they overwhelm him and end their attack by throwing him head first into a wall. He lands in a heap and officials force them away.

Rating: 64





Coach and Booker hype next week’s Superstar Shakeup



Rating: 88



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The dislike between these two is palpable and the match goes back and forth. Maria tries to distract or get involved several times, once so blatantly on the outside that Kendrick nearly hits her but he holds back and she just smirks. Mike follows him to the outside but Kendrick sees it coming and goes on the attack, sending Kanellis into the ring post before sliding back into the ring. Dazed, Kanellis climbs onto the apron where Kendrick grabs ahold of him and lifts him for a vertical suplex but Maria pulls Kendrick’s leg out from under him and when Mike lands atop him she holds Kendrick’s foot down as the referee counts to three.

Winner by Pinfall: Mike Kanellis
Rating: 69




Kendrick is struck by what just happened and looks over his shoulder at Maria and Mike who are gloating/pointing/laughing at him. As the show ends Coach questions what this means for 205 and if we’ll ever see Brian Kendrick again.

Rating: 66

Overall: 74

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