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Friday, Week 2, September, 2014


WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (Live from Cumberland Crown Coliseum (NC), 7,071 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Becky Lynch versus Layla
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Becky Lynch defeated Layla in 18:07 by pinfall with a Hard Knox. Becky Lynch, the Irish “Lass kicker”, was visibly tiring towards the end of this women’s division match against the former WWE Divas Champion Layla. In a match that went the distance, and despite being so tired, Becky Lynch was ultimately able to pick up the all-important victory here after hitting Layla with her Hard Knox finishing maneuver.
Match Rating: E+

Pre-Show: R-Truth and Christian versus Rhodes Dynasty
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Rhodes Dynasty defeated Truth & Christian in 17:49 when Goldust defeated R-Truth by pinfall with a Cross Rhodes. 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 pre-show match taking place that saw the Rhodes Dynasty of Goldust and Stardust defeat R-Truth after Stardust hit R-Truth with the Cross Rhodes before taking Christian out on the apron allowing Goldust to pin R-Truth.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Mark Henry versus Drake Younger
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Mark Henry defeated Drake Younger in 18:29 by submission with a Bear Hug. Mark Henry was visibly tiring towards the end of this match but was still able to get the win after forcing Drake Younger to submit to a Bear Hug.
Match Rating: D




Tonight’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown kicks off with the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt making his way to the ring to a mixed reaction from the WWE Universe, and some cheers can be heard as others turn on the flashlights on their phones during Wyatt’s entrance. Once in the ring Bray Wyatt retrieves a microphone from the ringside area and says that in just a few weeks at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View he will beat both Jinder Mahal and Xavier Woods in the Triple Threat match to retain the WWE Championship, and prove that he really does have the whole world in his hands. Bray Wyatt then says that the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie has made a tag team match for tonight’s main event as Wyatt will team up with his New Wyatt Family brother Randy Orton to take on the team of Xavier Woods and Richie Steamboat. Wyatt says that it is an honour to fight alongside the “Viper” tonight, and the Viper and the Eater of Worlds will be hungry to decimate their opponents tonight. Jinder Mahal then comes to the entrance-way with a microphone in hand. Jinder Mahal says that Bray Wyatt can speak in as many riddles as he wants but he is still a pathetic man, a pathetic American man trying to please the sheep in the audience. Jinder Mahal says that he will leave Night of Champions as the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
Rating: E

WWE Women’s Champion Naomi, Natalya and Summer Rae versus Rain, Portia Perez and Paige
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Naomi, Summer Rae and Natalya defeated Rain, Portia Perez and Paige in 6:43 when Natalya defeated Portia Perez by submission with a Sharpshooter. Unfortunately a pretty vocal crowd in attendance didn’t seem particularly thrilled with seeing Summer Rae wrestle, and it would appear that large sections of the WWE Universe don’t feel that Summer Rae has what it takes to compete in the ring despite Summer Rae having competed on Friday Night SmackDown for several months now. Natalya wins this match for her team after forcing Portia Perez to tap out to the Sharpshooter.
Match Rating: D-

Following the conclusion of the match Natalya celebrates with her partners in front of the WWE Universe before Naomi and Summer Rae head to the back. Natalya takes a microphone and challenges any woman on the roster to a match at Night of Champions, and Carmella comes to the ring and accepts the challenge. Carmella then runs at Natalya but Natalya side steps and Carmella goes flying out of the ring.
Rating: E-




Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E & Kofi Kingston vs. Heath Slater & Rhyno
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Big E & Kofi defeated Slater & Rhyno in 7:34 when Big E Langston defeated Heath Slater by pinfall with a Big Ending. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note how Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston will put the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships on the line against Jimmy and Jey Uso at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View later this month.
Match Rating: D+

Following their victory Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston celebrate in front of the WWE Universe until Jimmy and Jey Uso make their way to the ring. We see another side to Jimmy and Jey tonight as they enter the ring and hit Big E and Kofi with simultaneous super kicks before picking up the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships and standing over the fallen Champions.
Rating: D-

Non-Title: US Champion & Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. MITB Kevin Owens versus Ryback
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Kevin Owens defeated Ryback in 7:58 by pinfall with a Package Piledriver. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team discuss how Owens has looked unstoppable since winning both the US title and the Money in the Bank briefcase.
Match Rating: C

Following his victory Kevin Owens lifts up both the US Championship and the Money in the Bank briefcase until an unfamiliar piece of music starts playing and none other but AJ Styles makes his way to the ring! AJ Styles says that he has been the Franchise Player of another company for the past decade and now he is here to be the Franchise Player of the WWE, and he wants to start that by winning the US Championship.
Rating: C+

Justin Gabriel versus Dolph Ziggler
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Dolph Ziggler defeated Justin Gabriel in 8:22 by pinfall with a Zig Zag. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team use this match to discuss the shocking debut of AJ Styles moments ago as Ziggler gets the win here.
Match Rating: C-

Dolph Ziggler celebrates his win in front of the WWE Universe until, on a night of shocks, none other than Bobby Roode makes his way to the entrance-way. Roode has a microphone and says that he will admit that is an Egomaniac, but that his ego is backed up by his performances and his bank balance. Bobby Roode then introduces the man who will have his back on SmackDown, Baron Corbin, who comes out as the bodyguard of Bobby Roode.
Rating: C-

Damien Sandow versus Tye Dillinger
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Damien Sandow defeated Tye Dillinger in 7:09 by pinfall with a Terminus. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team discuss how the landscape has changed with the arrivals of AJ Styles and Bobby Roode as Sandow gets the win in this match.
Match Rating: C-

We cut backstage to find Richie Steamboat doing some final preparations before tonight’s Friday Night SmackDown tag team main event when Randy Orton rushes into the room and throws Steamboat shoulder first into the wall before fleeing the scene.
Rating: D-

WWE World Champion Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton versus Xavier Woods and Richie Steamboat
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, The New Wyatt Family defeated Woods & Steamboat in 14:14 when Bray Wyatt defeated Xavier Woods by pinfall with a RKO. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that, despite coming to the ring for this match, Richie Steamboat is clearly suffering from the attack from Orton moments ago. Randy Orton dominates the match before hitting Xavier Woods with an RKO and tagging in Bray Wyatt to get the pinfall victory.
Match Rating: C

Post-Show: Big Show versus Percy Watson
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, Big Show defeated Percy Watson in 13:11 by pinfall with a Choke Slam. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team remained at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D

Post-Show: John Cena versus Jimmy Jacobs
In a match that had some good action and average heat, John Cena defeated Jimmy Jacobs in 13:12 by pinfall with an Attitude Adjustment. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team also stay at ringside for this one.
Match Rating: D


Final Show Rating: C




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Monday, Week 3, September, 2014


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


Non-Title: WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar versus Kassius Ohno
The main event of tonight’s edition of Monday Night RAW was announced earlier today via a tweet sent out from the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox and will see the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar take on Kassius Ohno in non-title action. This Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Brock Lesnar will put the WWE Universal Championship on the line in a Triple Threat Hell in a Cell match against two members of the Shield in Roman Reigns and William Regal. Despite both Brock Lesnar as well as his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn telling the WWE Universe that Lesnar will retain the title at Night of Champions for weeks, it is without a doubt that the “Beast” will face a tough test at Night of Champions this Sunday. As for tonight, Brock Lesnar will be looking to pick up the all-important victory against Kassius Ohno to build momentum heading into the Hell in a Cell match this Sunday.

Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Sheamus & Antonio Cesaro vs. Jack Swagger & Tensai
Tag team action tonight on Monday Night RAW will see the WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro, known to the WWE Universe as “The Bar”, take on the team of Jack Swagger and Tensai in non-title action. This Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Sheamus and Cesaro will defend the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships against the former Champions, the Resurrection pairing of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows.

Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz versus Zack Ryder
For the past two weeks in a row, The Miz has defeated Zack Ryder in non-title action on Monday Night RAW. Tonight, the WWE Intercontinental Champion the Miz will once again take on Zack Ryder looking to make it a hat-trick of victories.

Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Alex Riley
This Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Pete Dunne will put the WWE United Kingdom Championship on the line against Tyler Bate, but before then Pete Dunne will take on his old foe Alex Riley in non-title action tonight on Monday Night RAW.

Santino Marella versus Monday Night RAW’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kane
The holder of Monday Night RAW’s Money in the Bank briefcase, Kane, has been on a devastating and dominating streak of destruction which included a victory over Santino Marella last week on Monday Night RAW. Tonight the masked Knock-Out Artist Kane will take on Santino again tonight on RAW.

Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, Sasha Banks & Nikki Bella vs. Audrey Marie, Beth Phoenix & Raquel Diaz
The WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss will tonight team up with Sasha Banks and Nikki Bella tonight on Monday Night RAW to take the team of Audrey Marie, Beth Phoenix and Raquel Diaz in a six-Diva tag team match. This Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Alexa Bliss will put her WWE Divas Championship on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Sasha Banks and Audrey Marie. Last week on RAW the WWE Universe witnessed Alexa Bliss team up with Sasha Banks to defeat the team of Raquel Diaz and Sexy Star before Audrey Marie came to the ring to announce the Triple Threat match at Night of Champions only to get slapped by Alexa Bliss.










Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar versus Kassius Ohno
Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Sheamus & Antonio Cesaro vs. Jack Swagger & Tensai
Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz versus Zack Ryder
Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Alex Riley
Santino Marella versus Monday Night RAW’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kane
Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, Sasha Banks & Nikki Bella vs. Audrey Marie, Beth Phoenix & Raquel Diaz

(Predictions are welcomed, there will be a prediction contest held every month.)
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Monday, Week 3, September, 2014


WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from Cumberland Crown Coliseum (NC) 7,034 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Kaitlyn versus Sexy Star
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Kaitlyn defeated Sexy Star in 17:50 by pinfall with an Atomic Wedgie Bomb. Kaitlyn was visibly tiring towards the end of this pre-show match that went the distance. The former WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn clearly has inferior physical conditioning to Sexy Star and it showed here. Nevertheless, Kaitlyn was still able to pick up the all-important victory over Sexy Star here after hitting her Atomic Wedgie Bomb finishing maneuver.
Match Rating: E

Pre-Show: Sami Zayn and Fatsuhiko Nakajima versus Resurrection (Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows)
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Resurrection defeated International Explosion in 18:15 when Matt Hardy defeated Fatsuhiko Nakajima by pinfall with a Twist of Fate. The Monday Night RAW commentary team of Michael Cole, Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler took up their positions at ringside prior to this tag team match that saw the Resurrection pairing of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows pick up the win heading into Night of Champions this Sunday when they will challenge the Bar for the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships.
Match Rating: D+

Pre-Show: Brodus Clay versus Erick Rowan
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Erick Rowan defeated Brodus Clay in 18:26 by pinfall with a Greetings from the North. Brodus Clay was visibly tiring towards the end of this match which allowed Erick Rowan to get the win.
Match Rating: D+



Tonight’s edition of Monday Night RAW kicks off with the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar making his way to the ring to a great reception from the WWE Universe in attendance. The “Beast” Brock Lesnar is without his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn tonight as he retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Brock Lesnar says that he is out here to speak for himself tonight before he has been given another gift by the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox tonight in a non-title main event match against Kassius Ohno. Brock Lesnar says that he has never had the chance to take Ohno to Suplex City but that will change tonight. Brock then says that this Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View he will beat both Roman Reigns and William Regal of the Shield in their Triple Threat match to retain the WWE Universal Championship once again. Brock says the fact that the match will occur inside the Hell in a Cell structure does not faze him, as Brock has history of competing inside a cage. Seth Rollins then comes to the ring and takes a microphone of his own, and says that he has just spoken to the RAW General Manager Brad Maddox and can confirm that at Night of Champions this Sunday, Rollins will join Dean Ambrose, Alberto Del Rio, Kane and Shinsuke Nakamura in challenging the Miz for the Intercontinental Championship in a Six Pack Challenge. Roman Reigns and William Regal then come to the entrance-way and Regal has a microphone and says that the Shield will leave Night of Champions with both the Universal and the Intercontinental Championships.
Rating: C

Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, Sasha Banks & Nikki Bella vs. Audrey Marie, Beth Phoenix & Raquel Diaz
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Alexa Bliss, Sasha Banks and Nikki Bella defeated Audrey Marie, Beth Phoenix and Raquel Diaz in 6:18 when Alexa Bliss defeated Raquel Diaz by pinfall. Road Dogg accompanied the WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss to ringside for this Six Diva tag team match and acted as cheerleader at ringside, much to the delight of the WWE Universe in attendance. This match also sees the return of Nikki Bella to Monday Night RAW for the first time in months. Alexa Bliss builds momentum heading into her title defence this Sunday by pinning Raquel Diaz to win the match for her team.
Match Rating: E+

Following her victory Alexa Bliss celebrates in the ring with Road Dogg and the WWE Universe and the other women all head to the back other than Audrey Marie, who is joined by Rain. Audrey Marie and Rain enter the ring and Rain says that her best friend Audrey Marie will beat both Alexa and Sasha Banks in their Triple Threat match this Sunday to become the new Divas Champion.
Rating: F+



Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Antonio Cesaro & Sheamus vs. Jack Swagger & Tensai
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Bar defeated Swagger & Tensai in 8:15 when Antonio Cesaro defeated Tensai by pinfall with a Brogue Kick. Robbie Brookside accompanied his clients, the WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Antonio Cesaro and Sheamus, known to the WWE Universe as the Bar, to the ring for this non-title match that saw Sheamus hit Tensai with a Brogue Kick before taking out Swagger on the apron, allowing Cesaro to crawl into the pin.
Match Rating: C

We cut backstage to find the Resurrection pairing of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows in the office of the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox. Matt Hardy says that this Sunday at Night of Champions they will beat Antonio Cesaro and Sheamus to regain the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships.
Rating: D

We cut to another backstage area to find Jason Jordan going to get a coffee when he is approached by Kassius Ohno, who informs Jordan that they will face one another this Sunday at Night of Champions. Ohno then grabs Jason Jordan and throws him into the vending machine.
Rating: E-

Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz versus Zack Ryder
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Miz defeated Zack Ryder in 8:18 by pinfall with a Skull Crushing Finale. Michael Cole and Jerry “The King” Lawler argue on commentary about the Miz having a chance of retaining the Intercontinental Championship in the Six Pack Challenge this Sunday at Night of Champions.
Match Rating: C

Following his victory the Miz celebrates in front of the WWE Universe until Dean Ambrose joins the Miz in the ring. Ambrose takes a microphone and tells the Miz that this Sunday at Night of Champions he will win the Six Pack Challenge and win back the Intercontinental Championship.
Rating: D




As the Miz and Dean Ambrose stare one another down in the ring the WWE Universe roars in approval as the Rock makes his way to the ring. The Rock snatches the microphone from Dean Ambrose and mocks both the Miz and Ambrose in a way only the Rock can.
Rating: C

Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Alex Riley
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Pete Dunne defeated Alex Riley in 6:47 by submission. Pete Dunne was really off his game tonight but the WWE United Kingdom Champion was still able to force Alex Riley to tap out to get the win here.
Match Rating: E

Following the match Pete Dunne begins to attack Alex Riley and Danny Burch, Troy McClain and Leo Kruger soon come to the ring and join Dunne in assaulting Riley before Tyler Bate, Fatsuhiko Nakajima and Sami Zayn rush to the ring to make the save.
Rating: F

Santino Marella versus Monday Night RAW’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kane
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Kane defeated Santino Marella in 7:41 by pinfall with a Tombstone Piledriver. Santino Marella and Kane have pretty good chemistry as opponents and it lifted the match.
Match Rating: D+

Following his victory the masked Kane lifts up his Money in the Bank briefcase over his head before Alberto Del Rio and his manager X-Pac come to the ring. X-Pac takes a microphone and says that Del Rio doesn’t fear Kane and that Del Rio will win the Six Pack Challenge this Sunday to become the new Intercontinental Champion.
Rating: D




Following a commercial break, Rob Van Dam comes to the ring and says that he is ready for Triple H to tell him his opponent for this Sunday at Night of Champions. Shawn Michaels then comes to the entrance-way and says that Triple H is busy tonight but HBK will announce RVD’s opponent on his behalf, none other than Mexico’s own Andrade Cien Almas.
Rating: C

Non-Title: WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar versus Kassius Ohno
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Brock Lesnar defeated Kassius Ohno in 16:18 by submission with a Kimura Lock. Unfortunately this match was too long given who was involved with the WWE Universe not too invested in Kassius Ohno.
Match Rating: C

Post-Show: Evan Bourne versus Derrick Bateman
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Derrick Bateman defeated Evan Bourne in 12:59 by pinfall with a Sweet Meat Sizzler. The Monday Night RAW commentary team remained at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: E

Post-Show: Alberto Del Rio versus Judas Devlin
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Alberto Del Rio defeated Judas Devlin in 12:39 by pinfall with a Back Heel Kick. X-Pac once again accompanied his client Del Rio to the ring.
Match Rating: D-


Final Show Rating: C


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Rhyme1234: 14/16
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Thursday, Week 3, September, 2014


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


Non-Title: WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville versus Rich Swann
The main event of tonight’s edition of 205 Live was announced earlier today via a tweet sent out from the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle and will see the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville take on Rich Swann in non-title action. Last week on 205 Live the Cocky Cruiserweight Champion Neville came to the ring with his British Ambition tag team partner and his personal ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez and told the WWE Universe that he would beat Chris Jericho in last week’s non-title main event only for Y2J to make Neville tap out to the Walls of Jericho in the main event last week to claim his second victory over the Cruiserweight Champion. Tonight Neville must focus on his opponent Rich Swann, who will be doing everything in his power to pick up the all-important victory over the Cruiserweight Champion Neville in the hopes of gaining a future title opportunity. Both of these Superstars have important matches this Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View as Neville will put his WWE Cruiserweight Championship on the line against the masked former multiple-time Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio whilst Rich Swann will take on Enzo Amore this Sunday after Enzo Amore has called Rich Swann a “nobody” for the past few weeks. Rich Swann is a huge Fan Favourite among the WWE Universe and tonight’s match with Neville will actually be the first time that these two have faced off since their first meeting back in June when Adrian Neville beat Rich Swann to become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion in a match to decide the first ever Cruiserweight Champion of the 205 Live era.

TJ Perkins versus Buddy Murphy
Another Fan Favourite among the WWE Universe, TJ Perkins, will be in action tonight on 205 Live as he will take on Buddy Murphy. TJ Perkins will take on Kalisto, the masked and highly controversial Superstar; this Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View after Kalisto has repeatedly attacked TJ Perkins in recent weeks and claimed that people like TJ Perkins shouldn’t be here.





Chris Jericho versus Simon Gotch
Finally, the “Cheeky Monkey” and former Cruiserweight Champion himself Chris Jericho will be in action tonight on 205 Live when he will take on Simon Gotch. After another huge victory over the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville in last week’s non-title main event, Jericho will be looking to impress the WWE Universe as well as the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle with another victory tonight against Simon Gotch, who made his 205 Live debut back in July in a losing effort against Rich Swann and returned last month to lose again, this time to Chad Gable.

Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville versus Rich Swann
TJ Perkins versus Buddy Murphy
Chris Jericho versus Simon Gotch

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Thursday, Week 3, September, 2014


WWE 205 Live (Live from the Maryland Theatre (MD), 1,350 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Chad Gable versus Chavo Guerrero
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Chad Gable defeated Chavo Guerrero in 17:56 by pinfall. Chad Gable and Chavo Guerrero have pretty good chemistry as opponents, and it lifted the match. This pre-show contest went the distance and saw the former USA Olympian Chad Gable pick up the all-important victory over the former multiple-time WWE Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero by using his mix of mat based wrestling and luchador style.
Match Rating: D-

Pre-Show: Tajiri versus A.R. Fox
In an extremely poor match, A.R. Fox defeated Tajiri in 17:53 by pinfall with a Krunch. Unfortunately this match was too long given who was involved with the WWE Universe not yet caring about A.R. Fox and also having little reason to believe that the former Cruiserweight Champion Tajiri would win this match after his run of defeats as of late. A.R. Fox may one day have a future on 205 Live whereas Tajiri’s career seems to be going downhill fast and the Martial Artist “Japanese Buzzsaw” suffers yet another defeat here.
Match Rating: E+











The 205 Live commentary team of Scott Stanford, John “Bradshaw” Layfield and the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman welcome the television audience to tonight’s episode and announce that in the main event tonight the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville will take on Rich Swann in non-title action. Ricardo Rodriguez then makes his way to the ring to a chorus of boos and jeers from the WWE Universe in attendance. Rodriguez takes a microphone from ringside and introduces his clients, the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and his “British Ambition” tag team partner Oliver Grey. Neville and Grey then join Rodriguez in the ring and Adrian Neville takes the microphone. The Cocky Neville says that tonight he will beat Rich Swann in tonight’s main event and show to all of the peasants in attendance that he is truly the one and only King of the Cruiserweights. Neville says that he doesn’t care that Rich Swann is a Fan Favourite, as Rich Swann isn’t fit to tie Neville’s boots in the ring and that Neville already proved this back in June when he beat Rich Swann to become the first ever WWE Cruiserweight Champion of the 205 Live era. Neville says that the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle is welcome to continue to search Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown for potential talent, but that nothing will stop Neville from continuing his reign as the King of the Cruiserweights, the greatest Cruiserweight Champion of all time. Neville then addresses his challenger this Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View, Rey Mysterio. Neville says that Rey Mysterio is a coward who wears a mask and that he has been too cowardly to even show his face on 205 Live, instead only showing up when he gets given title opportunities. Neville says that he will beat Mysterio again this Sunday to retain his title. Neville, Grey and Ricardo Rodriguez then leave the ring and head to the back as 205 Live heads to its first commercial break of the evening.
Rating: E-

Chris Jericho versus Simon Gotch
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Chris Jericho defeated Simon Gotch in 8:06 by pinfall with a Code Breaker. Unfortunately this match was too long given who was involved as despite Jericho being very popular among the WWE Universe they are not interested in Simon Gotch, who acted like a Sidekick to Y2J in this match.
Match Rating: D+








Following another commercial break we cut backstage to find Rich Swann preparing for tonight’s 205 Live non-title main event against the Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville when Enzo Amore walks into the room. Enzo Amore tells Rich Swann that he will be watching tonight’s main event closely, fully expecting Rich Swann to choke once again just like he will this Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View when he faces Enzo. Amore tells Swann that he is a nobody whereas Enzo Amore will be the Cruiserweight Champion by the end of the year. Enzo Amore then leaves the room leaving Rich Swann looking determined to prove Enzo wrong by beating Adrian Neville tonight.
Rating: F+

TJ Perkins versus Buddy Murphy
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, TJ Perkins defeated Buddy Murphy in 7:58 by submission with a Figure Four Deathlock. A pretty vocal crowd didn’t seem particularly thrilled with seeing Buddy Murphy wrestle tonight with some sections of the WWE Universe feeling that Buddy Murphy is not yet ready for the stage of 205 Live. Perhaps Buddy Murphy also smelt bad as he looked like a Bum again as he taps out to TJ Perkins here.
Match Rating: E+

Following his victory TJ Perkins celebrates in front of the WWE Universe before he is once again attacked from behind by Kalisto. Wearing a white mask that looks like something a KKK member might wear, Kalisto kicks the Fan Favourite in the groin before taking a microphone from the ringside area and telling the WWE Universe in attendance that he will beat TJ Perkins this Sunday and prove that people like TJ Perkins shouldn’t be here.
Rating: E

We cut backstage to find Enzo Amore in the office of the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle, and Enzo wants to know when he will get a shot at the Cruiserweight Championship. Hornswoggle says that if Enzo can beat Rich Swann this Sunday then maybe he will earn a title opportunity.
Rating: F+



Non-Title: WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville versus Rich Swann
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Adrian Neville defeated Rich Swann in 13:35 by pinfall with a 630° Senton. Adrian Neville and Rich Swann have great chemistry as opponents and it lifted the match. Ultimately the Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville gets the win here.

Match Rating: D-

Final Show Rating: E+




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Rhyme1234: 14/16
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Friday, Week 3, September, 2014


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


Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt versus Jinder Mahal
The main event of tonight’s edition of Friday Night SmackDown was announced earlier today via a tweet sent out from the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie and will see the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt take on Jinder Mahal in non-title action. This Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Bray Wyatt will defend the WWE Championship in a Triple Threat match against both Jinder Mahal and Xavier Woods but before then he must first go through Jinder Mahal in non-title action tonight. Jinder Mahal will be looking to do all he can to pick up the all-important victory tonight to build momentum heading into the title match this Sunday and prove to the WWE Universe that he is Championship potential. The “Eater of Worlds” showed his Braveheart leadership skills last week as he teamed up with his New Wyatt Family “brother” Randy Orton to defeat the team of Xavier Woods and Richie Steamboat and Randy Orton may well be watching tonight’s main event closely as well.

Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E & Kofi Kingston versus Team Gorgeous
This Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston will put their WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships on the line against the Uso’s in Jimmy and Jey Uso’s contractually obligated rematch after losing the titles to Big E and Kofi last month at Summerslam. Last week on SmackDown we saw a different side to Jimmy and Jey as they laid out Big E and Kofi with a pair of super kicks but Big E and Kofi will have to focus on their match tonight on Friday Night SmackDown as they will take on the “Team Gorgeous” pairing of Tyler Breeze and Knuckles Madsen in non-title action.

Non-Title: US Champion and Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. MITB Kevin Owens versus Fandango
The WWE United States Champion and holder of the Friday Night SmackDown Money in the Bank briefcase was victorious over Ryback in non-title action last week only for AJ Styles to debut after the match and indicate that he is coming for the US title. Kevin Owens will have to put Styles to the back of his mind tonight as he faces Fandango in non-title action on Friday Night SmackDown.

Xavier Woods versus David Otunga
This Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Xavier Woods will join Jinder Mahal in challenging Bray Wyatt for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a Triple Threat match but before then Xavier Woods will take on David Otunga tonight on Friday Night SmackDown.

John Cena versus Camacho
Since his last defeat at the hands of Seth Rollins back in July, John Cena has been quietly building victories hoping to get back in title contention and will hope to impress the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie tonight when he takes on Camacho.

WWE Women’s Champion Naomi, Kelly Kelly & Hailey Hatred versus Rain, Carmella and Maxine
Women’s division action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown will see a six-woman tag team match as the WWE Women’s Champion Naomi will team up with Kelly Kelly and Hailey Hatred to take on the team of Rain, Carmella and Maxine. This Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Naomi will once again put her WWE Women’s Championship on the line against Rain whereas Carmella will take on Natalya this Sunday after Natalya challenged any woman on the roster last week, a challenge that Carmella accepted. Both Naomi and Rain will be hoping that they can lead their teams to victory tonight leading into the title match this Sunday.





Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt versus Jinder Mahal
Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E & Kofi Kingston versus Team Gorgeous
Non-Title: US Champion and Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. MITB Kevin Owens versus Fandango
Xavier Woods versus David Otunga
John Cena versus Camacho
WWE Women’s Champion Naomi, Kelly Kelly & Hailey Hatred versus Rain, Carmella and Maxine

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Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt versus Jinder Mahal
Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E & Kofi Kingston versus Team Gorgeous
Non-Title: US Champion and Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. MITB Kevin Owens versus Fandango
Xavier Woods versus David Otunga
John Cena versus Camacho
WWE Women’s Champion Naomi, Kelly Kelly & Hailey Hatred versus Rain, Carmella and Maxine
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Friday, Week 3, September, 2014


WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (Live from Macon Coliseum (GA), 6,002 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Mickie James versus Tamina
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Mickie James defeated Tamina in 17:45 by pinfall with a Chick Kick. Unfortunately this match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved with the WWE Universe still getting used to having the former WWE Women’s Champion Mickie James back following her return to Friday Night SmackDown a few months ago. Nevertheless, Mickie James picks up the all-important victory here after hitting Tamina with the Chick Kick.
Match Rating: D-

Pre-Show: R-Truth and Christian versus Rhodes Dynasty
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Rhodes Dynasty defeated Truth & Christian in 17:44 when Goldust defeated Christian by pinfall with a Cross Rhodes. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team of Josh Mathews, Joey Styles and Matt Striker take up their positions at ringside prior to this tag team match taking place which sees the Rhodes Dynasty of Goldust and Stardust defeat R-Truth and Christian after Stardust hits Christian with the Cross Rhodes before taking out Truth on the apron and allowing his brother Goldust to pin Christian.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Damien Sandow versus Darren Young
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Damien Sandow defeated Darren Young in 18:10 by pinfall with a Terminus. Damien Sandow and Darren Young have great chemistry as opponents and it showed in their performances tonight.
Match Rating: C+



Tonight’s edition of Friday Night SmackDown kicks off with the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt making his way to the ring. Wyatt receives a decent reception from the WWE Universe in attendance as he retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Bray Wyatt says that the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie has given him a gift in the form of a non-title match against Jinder Mahal tonight in SmackDown’s main event and that tonight he wants to show that he is a Braveheart and can get things done on his own, and urges his New Wyatt Family brother Randy Orton not to get involved with Jinder Mahal tonight. Bray Wyatt says that he is ready to lead the WWE Universe on his own and no longer needs the help or approval of the New Wyatt Family members Randy Orton, Luke Harper, Erick Rowan or Braun Strowman. Bray Wyatt continues by saying that he will step into this new phase of his existence by beating Jinder Mahal tonight and then going on to successfully retain the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the Triple Threat match against Xavier Woods and Jinder Mahal this Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View. Jinder Mahal then comes to the entrance-way with a microphone of his own in hand and says that he will beat Bray Wyatt tonight before going on to become the new WWE Champion this Sunday and making the whole of India proud to finally have a sane, smart and successful WWE Champion.
Rating: D-

WWE Women’s Champion Naomi, Kelly Kelly and Hailey Hatred versus Rain, Carmella and Maxine
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Rain, Carmella and Maxine defeated Naomi, Kelly Kelly and Hailey Hatred in 6:46 when Carmella defeated Hailey Hatred by pinfall with a handful of tights. Maxine seemed off her game tonight as she teamed with Rain and Carmella to face the WWE Women’s Champion Naomi, Kelly Kelly and Hailey Hatred in this six-woman tag team match. The Women’s Champion Naomi seemed to have Maxine’s number for most of the match before tagging in Hailey Hatred and allowing Maxine to tag Carmella, who then won the match for her team after pinning Hailey Hatred whilst holding a handful of tights.
Match Rating: E+

Following their victory the team of Rain, Carmella and Maxine celebrate in the ring before a visibly hurt Maxine heads to the back. Natalya, Carmella’s opponent then comes to the ring and stares down Carmella before Carmella shockingly kicks her partner Rain the back of the head before leaving the ring having made a statement to her opponent this Sunday, Natalya.
Rating: F+





Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E and Kofi Kingston versus Team Gorgeous
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Big E & Kofi defeated Team Gorgeous in 8:16 when Kofi Kingston defeated Knuckles Madsen by pinfall with a Big Ending. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team spend this match discussing if Big E and Kofi have what it takes to retain their titles against Jimmy and Jey Uso this Sunday, with Josh Mathews and Matt Striker getting into an argument about whether the new side of Jimmy and Jey we saw last week was the right thing to do or not.
Match Rating: D

Following their victory the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston celebrate in front of the WWE Universe before Jimmy and Jey Uso come to the entrance-way and say that this Sunday they will win back the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships.
Rating: D+

Non-Title: US Champion and Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. MITB Kevin Owens versus Fandango
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Kevin Owens defeated Fandango in 8:03 by pinfall with a Package Piledriver. Kevin Owens and Fandango just don’t click at all as opponents and it showed in their performances.
Match Rating: D

Following his victory Kevin Owens raises the US Championship and Money in the Bank briefcase before AJ Styles once again interrupts him, this time accompanied by Norman Smiley, who says he is a man of Nobility and is here to guide AJ Styles in the WWE. Norman Smiley announces that this Sunday Kevin Owens will put his US title on the line in a Fatal Five-Way match against AJ Styles and three other opponents. Dolph Ziggler then comes to the entrance-way and announces that he is one of the other challengers this Sunday.
Rating: C-





Xavier Woods versus David Otunga
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Xavier Woods defeated David Otunga in 6:34 by pinfall with a Hammerlock DDT. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team argue about Xavier’s chances of winning the WWE Championship this Sunday with Josh Mathews feeling that Xavier Woods has a chance and Matt Striker arguing that Xavier Woods is not Championship material.
Match Rating: E+

Following his victory Xavier Woods celebrates in front of the WWE Universe before he is dropped with an RKO from out of nowhere by Randy Orton, who then takes a microphone and says that Bray Wyatt cannot just decide to drop Randy Orton when he doesn’t feel he needs him anymore.
Rating: D

We cut backstage to find Bobby Roode telling his bodyguard Baron Corbin that they are the final two challengers for the US Championship in the Fatal Five-Way match this Sunday, and Roode tells Corbin that he must ensure that Bobby Roode leaves Night of Champions as the new US Champion.
Rating: C-

John Cena versus Camacho
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, John Cena defeated Camacho in 7:15 by submission with an STF. The “Brooklyn Brawler” Steve Lombardi accompanied Camacho to the ring but it was Cena who was victorious here.
Match Rating: C

The Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie comes to the ringside area, takes a microphone and asks Josh Mathews and Matt Striker to stand up. Eva Marie says that she is fed up of listening to the pair of them argue and something must be done. Matt Striker then pushes Josh Mathews to the floor and a brawl looks to ensue between the two of them before Joey Styles separates them.
Rating: D+




Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt versus Jinder Mahal
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Bray Wyatt defeated Jinder Mahal in 16:05 by pinfall with a Standing Senton Splash. Bray Wyatt was visibly tiring towards the end of this match but was still able to get the win.
Match Rating: C-

Post-Show: Mark Henry versus René Duprée
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Mark Henry defeated René Duprée in 13:30 by submission with a Bear Hug. Mark Henry was really off his game tonight but was still able to get the victory.
Match Rating: E+

Post-Show: Yoshi Tatsu versus Wade Barrett
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Wade Barrett defeated Yoshi Tatsu in 12:54 by pinfall with The Wasteland. Yoshi Tatsu seemed off his game tonight which led to Wade Barrett getting the win.
Match Rating: D


Final Show Rating: C-





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The following contests are confirmed to take place at tonight’s WWE Night of Champions Pay-Per-View:


WWE Universal Championship: Hell in a Cell: Brock Lesnar © vs. Roman Reigns vs. William Regal
The main event of tonight’s Night of Champions Pay-Per-View will see Brock Lesnar put the WWE Universal Championship on the line in a Triple Threat Hell in a Cell match against two Shield members in Roman Reigns and William Regal. The Shield was originally formed by Paul Heyman to try to get the WWE World Heavyweight Champion off of Lesnar after Brock Lesnar chose to stop associating himself with Heyman and instead took on Billy Gunn as his new in—ring mentor. After losing the WWE World Heavyweight Championship back in June, Brock Lesnar defeated Kevin Owens the next night on Monday Night RAW to become the new WWE Universal Champion, ending the inaugural reign of Kevin Owens after just twenty-four hours. Since then Brock has made two successful title defences, defeating Roman Reigns at Money in the Bank and Randy Orton at Summerslam last month. Can Brock Lesnar pick up the all-important victory again tonight inside Hell in a Cell and leave with the Universal Championship?

WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Bray Wyatt © versus Xavier Woods versus Jinder Mahal
Last month at Summerslam Bray Wyatt shocked the WWE Universe when he defeated Damien Sandow, Jinder Mahal and the former WWE Champion Seth Rollins in a Fatal Four-Way match to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Tonight Bray Wyatt will look to make his first successful title defence as he puts the WWE Championship on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Xavier Woods and Jinder Mahal. This past week on Friday Night SmackDown Bray Wyatt said that he wanted to go alone and effectively disbanded the New Wyatt Family.

WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: The Bar © versus Resurrection (Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows)
Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro, known by the WWE Universe as “The Bar” will put the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships on the line tonight against the Resurrection pairing of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows. This is Resurrection’s contractually obligated rematch after losing the titles to the Bar back at Summerslam last month, and a match that Hardy and Gallows were asking the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox for over the course of many weeks.

WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships: Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston © versus The Uso’s
Last month at Summerslam Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston defeated Jimmy and Jey Uso to become the new WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions, ending the reign of Jimmy and Jey who were the first ever WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions after winning them back in June at Payback. Tonight Jimmy and Jey will get their contractually obligated rematch and we have seen a more aggressive side of the Uso’s in recent weeks.

IC Title: Miz © vs. Mr. MITB Kane vs. Del Rio vs. Ambrose vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Seth Rollins
Back in July on Monday Night RAW the Miz defeated the former Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose to become the new WWE Intercontinental Champion once again in a Fatal Five-Way match that also included Monday Night RAW’s Money in the Bank briefcase holder Kane, Alberto Del Rio and William Regal. Last month at Summerslam the Miz made his first successful title defence in another Fatal Five-Way match against Kane, Del Rio, Ambrose and Shinsuke Nakamura and tonight the Miz will have one more challenger as Seth Rollins has been added to the equation as the Miz puts the Intercontinental title on the line in a Six Pack challenge.

US Title: Mr. MITB Kevin Owens © vs. AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Bobby Roode vs. Baron Corbin
Kevin Owens has been a complete Bad Ass since beating Sheamus back in June on Friday Night SmackDown to become the new US Champion and added another accolade to his collection when he won the SmackDown Money in the Bank ladder match in July. Since then Owens has made three successful defences of the US title, once with a win over Chris Jericho, one Fatal Four-Way victory against Xavier Woods, Baron Corbin and Daniel Bryan and most recently a victory over Yoshi Tatsu. Tonight Owens faces his toughest challenge yet as he puts the title on the line in a Fatal Five-Way match against AJ Styles, Dolph Ziggler, Bobby Roode and Baron Corbin.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Adrian Neville © versus Rey Mysterio
Since winning the WWE Cruiserweight Championship back in June to become the first ever Cruiserweight Champion of the 205 Live era, Adrian Neville has defeated Rey Mysterio twice to retain the title. Tonight Neville will be looking for a hat-trick of wins when he puts the title on the line against Mysterio again.

WWE United Kingdom Championship: Pete Dunne © versus Tyler Bate
The young Tyler Bate became the first ever WWE United Kingdom Champion by beating Danny Burch on Monday Night RAW back in June but lost the title to Pete Dunne last month at Summerslam. Tonight Bate receives his rematch with Dunne for the UK Championship.

Rob Van Dam versus Andrade Cien Almas
A few weeks ago on Monday Night RAW Rob Van Dam came to the ring and said that he was fed up of seeing the same old timers, which led to Triple H promising a new opponent for RVD tonight, as Andrade Cien Almas will take on RVD in his WWE debut.

Jason Jordan versus Kassius Ohno
Last week on Monday Night RAW Kassius Ohno viciously attacked Jason Jordan backstage before Ohno went on to lose to Brock Lesnar in RAW’s non-title main event. Tonight Jason Jordan will be looking to get revenge when he faces Ohno.

Rich Swann versus Enzo Amore
The entire 205 Live division was turned on its head a few weeks ago when Enzo Amore was revealed as the latest signing by the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle. Enzo promises to be Cruiserweight Champion by the end of the year but first he must beat Rich Swann tonight.

TJ Perkins versus Kalisto
The controversial Kalisto made his 205 Live debut a few weeks ago attacking TJ Perkins whilst wearing a hooded mask looking like something a KKK member might wear. After weeks of attacks and insults, TJ Perkins will face Kalisto one on one tonight.

WWE Divas Championship: Alexa Bliss © versus Sasha Banks versus Audrey Marie
The WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss will tonight put her title on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Audrey Marie and the former Divas Champion Sasha Banks. Alexa Bliss began her first ever reign as Divas Champion last month at Summerslam when she defeated the former Champion Bayley and Audrey Marie in a Triple Threat match.

WWE Women’s Championship: Naomi © versus Rain
Naomi defeated Becky Lynch, Rain and Alexa Bliss in a Fatal Four-Way match back at Payback in June to become the first WWE Women’s Champion in the past four years. Since then Naomi has defeated Rain two months in a row to retain the title and Rain will get her final one-on-one title opportunity tonight.


Natalya versus Carmella
Natalya called out any woman on the Friday Night SmackDown roster a few weeks ago and the challenge was answered by Carmella. Both of these women would love a shot at the Women’s Championship so will both be looking to turn heads by getting the win tonight.





Quick Picks:
WWE Universal Championship: Hell in a Cell: Brock Lesnar © vs. Roman Reigns vs. William Regal
WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Bray Wyatt © versus Xavier Woods versus Jinder Mahal
WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: The Bar © versus Resurrection (Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows)
WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships: Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston © versus The Uso’s
IC Title: Miz © vs. Mr. MITB Kane vs. Del Rio vs. Ambrose vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Seth Rollins
US Title: Mr. MITB Kevin Owens © vs. AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Bobby Roode vs. Baron Corbin
WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Adrian Neville © versus Rey Mysterio
WWE United Kingdom Championship: Pete Dunne © versus Tyler Bate
Rob Van Dam versus Andrade Cien Almas
Jason Jordan versus Kassius Ohno
Rich Swann versus Enzo Amore
TJ Perkins versus Kalisto
WWE Divas Championship: Alexa Bliss © versus Sasha Banks versus Audrey Marie
WWE Women’s Championship: Naomi © versus Rain
Natalya versus Carmella





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WWE Universal Championship: Hell in a Cell: Brock Lesnar © vs. Roman Reigns vs. William Regal
WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Bray Wyatt © versus Xavier Woods versus Jinder Mahal
WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: The Bar © versus Resurrection (Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows)
WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships: Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston © versus The Uso’s
IC Title: Miz © vs. Mr. MITB Kane vs. Del Rio vs. Ambrose vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Seth Rollins
US Title: Mr. MITB Kevin Owens © vs. AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Bobby Roode vs. Baron Corbin
WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Adrian Neville © versus Rey Mysterio
WWE United Kingdom Championship: Pete Dunne © versus Tyler Bate
Rob Van Dam versus Andrade Cien Almas
Jason Jordan versus Kassius Ohno
Rich Swann versus Enzo Amore
TJ Perkins versus Kalisto
WWE Divas Championship: Alexa Bliss © versus Sasha Banks versus Audrey Marie
WWE Women’s Championship: Naomi © versus Rain
Natalya versus Carmella
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Sunday, Week 3, September, 2014


WWE Night of Champions Pay-Per-View (Live from the Honda Center (CA), 15,975 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Bayley versus Sexy Star
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Bayley defeated Sexy Star in 18:04 by pinfall. Unfortunately this match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved with the WWE Universe having no reason to care about Sexy Star. Nevertheless, the former WWE Divas Champion Bayley picks up the all-important victory here.
Match Rating: E-

Pre-Show: R-Truth and Christian versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Truth & Christian defeated Swagger & Tensai in 17:39 when R-Truth defeated Tensai by pinfall with a What's Up. Christian seemed off his game tonight which allowed the team of Jack Swagger and Tensai to focus their offence on Christian for the majority of the match until Christian was finally able to get the tag to R-Truth, who pinned Tensai to win the match for his team.
Match Rating: C

Pre-Show: Batista versus CJ Parker
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Batista defeated CJ Parker in 17:47 by pinfall with a Spinebuster. Batista seemed off his game tonight but was still able to get the victory here.
Match Rating: D-





IC Title: Miz © vs. Mr. MITB Kane vs. Del Rio vs. Ambrose vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Seth Rollins
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Miz defeated Alberto Del Rio, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Kane and Shinsuke Nakamura in 8:59 when The Miz defeated Alberto Del Rio by pinfall with a Skull Crushing Finale. The Miz makes defence number 2 of his WWE Intercontinental title. The Night of Champions commentary team of Michael Cole, Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler note that the WWE Universe in attendance seem to be behind Seth Rollins in this one after he recently said that he would be going alone going forward having separated himself from the Shield. Ultimately the Miz pins Del Rio to retain his title here.
Match Rating: C

We see a pre-recorded interview with the Chief Operating Officer of the WWE Triple H and his D-Generation X tag team partner and assistant Shawn Michaels as the pair discuss the history of the Hell in a Cell prior to tonight’s main event.
Rating: B-

US Title: Mr. MITB Kevin Owens © vs. AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Bobby Roode vs. Baron Corbin
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Bobby Roode defeated AJ Styles, Dolph Ziggler, Kevin Owens and Baron Corbin in 9:27 when Bobby Roode defeated Baron Corbin by submission with a Fujiwara Armbar. Bobby Roode wins the WWE United States title. A pretty vocal crowd didn’t seem particularly thrilled with seeing Baron Corbin wrestle tonight and were even less thrilled after Corbin, the bodyguard of Bobby Roode, quickly tapped out to Roode’s Fujiwara Armbar leading to Bobby Roode winning the US Championship on his main roster debut.
Match Rating: C

We cut backstage to find Matt Striker standing by for an interview with Paul Heyman, who says that he is looking forward to seeing either Roman Reigns or William Regal of the Shield leave as the new Universal Champion tonight. Kevin Nash then walks into the area and says that he is also looking forward to seeing Brock Lesnar lose his title as well as Rob Van Dam get beat tonight after RVD’s comments towards Nash a few weeks ago.
Rating: B-




WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships: Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston © versus The Uso’s
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Uso's defeated Big E & Kofi in 10:28 when Jey Uso defeated Big E Langston by pinfall with an Alley-Us. The Uso's win the WWE SmackDown Tag Team titles. The Night of Champions Pay-Per-View commentary team note that the new aggressive attitude of the Uso’s pays off tonight as they beat Big E and Kofi to once again become the new WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions.
Match Rating: C-

We cut backstage to find Josh Mathews standing by for an interview with Goldberg, and the former World Champion Goldberg says he is here to watch Antonio Cesaro and Sheamus retain their titles against the Resurrection pairing of Luke Gallows and Matt Hardy.
Rating: C

Rob Van Dam versus Andrade Cien Almas
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Andrade Cien Almas defeated Rob Van Dam in 10:06 by pinfall with a Split-Legged Corkscrew Senton. The commentary team all agree that Andrade Cien Almas looked great tonight on his WWE debut.
Match Rating: C+

We cut backstage to find Matt Morgan in conversation with the Hall of Famer Mick Foley, and Morgan asks Foley for some help in getting match time on Monday Night RAW. Zeb Colter then walks into the room and says that his clients Jack Swagger and Tensai should be the next to challenge either the Bar of Sheamus and Cesaro or Resurrection for the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships.
Rating: C-

WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: The Bar © versus Resurrection (Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows)
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Bar defeated Resurrection in 11:54 when Antonio Cesaro defeated Luke Gallows by pinfall with a Brogue Kick. The Bar make defence number 1 of their WWE RAW Tag Team titles. Robbie Brookside accompanied his clients Antonio Cesaro and Sheamus, known by the WWE Universe as the Bar, to ringside tonight and watched his clients retain their titles after Sheamus hit Gallows with a Brogue Kick before taking out Matt Hardy on the apron and allowing Cesaro to crawl into the pin.
Match Rating: C

We cut backstage to find Joey Styles standing by for an interview with WWE official John Cone, and Styles asks Cone how he feels knowing he will officiate the Hell in a Cell match for the Universal Championship tonight. Cone says that truthfully he is nervous about the thought of being locked inside the cell with Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns and William Regal.
Rating: D+

TJ Perkins versus Kalisto
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, TJ Perkins defeated Kalisto in 6:23 by submission with a Figure Four Deathlock. The commentary team note that this is revenge for TJ Perkins after the assaults at the hands of Kalisto recently.
Match Rating: D

We cut backstage to find John “Bradshaw” Layfield standing by for an interview with Randy Orton, who says that he attacked Xavier Woods last week on Friday Night SmackDown because it is no longer for Bray Wyatt to decide how Orton acts, Orton is officially off the rails.
Rating: C-

Natalya versus Carmella
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Carmella defeated Natalya in 6:15 by submission. The commentary team agree that after another victory over Natalya, Carmella may deserve a shot at the Women’s Championship.
Match Rating: E

We cut backstage to find the Godfather approaching John Cena and reminding Cena that he beat Jinder Mahal last month but it is Jinder Mahal challenging for the WWE title tonight, not Cena. The Godfather says that Bobby Roode is the new US Champion and Kevin Owens is the holder of the Money in the Bank briefcase, and that Cena needs to step up if he isn’t going to be forgotten.
Rating: D+



WWE Women’s Championship: Naomi © versus Rain
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Naomi defeated Rain in 8:25 by pinfall with a Nightmare. Naomi makes defence number 3 of her WWE Women's title. Naomi and Rain have great chemistry as opponents and it showed in their performances.
Match Rating: D-

We cut backstage to find Jo Jo standing by for an interview with Mickie James, who says that whilst Carmella may deserve a title shot after beating Natalya earlier, Rain must now step to the back of the line in her opinion.
Rating: E+

Rich Swann versus Enzo Amore
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Enzo Amore defeated Rich Swann in 8:09 by submission. Michael Cole feels that after this victory Enzo Amore now deserves a shot at the Cruiserweight title, but Jerry “The King” Lawler argues that others are more deserving.
Match Rating: D-

The WWE Universe come to their feet as the Undertaker appears on the Titan Tron. The Undertaker says that Bray Wyatt may have separated himself from the Wyatt Family but that Luke Harper, Erick Rowan and Braun Strowman still need to pay for their sins.
Rating: C

WWE Divas Championship: Alexa Bliss © versus Sasha Banks versus Audrey Marie
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Alexa Bliss defeated Sasha Banks and Audrey Marie in 7:46 when Alexa Bliss defeated Audrey Marie by submission. Alexa Bliss makes defence number 1 of her WWE Divas title. Road Dogg accompanied Alexa Bliss to ringside and offered vocal support throughout the match which led to Alexa Bliss retaining her title.
Match Rating: E





We cut backstage to find Scott Stanford standing by for an interview with the entirety of the Shield in Roman Reigns, William Regal, Dean Ambrose and Paul Heyman and Stanford asks if Reigns and Regal will be able to work together in tonight’s main event. This leads the Shield to get angry and begin to attack Scott Stanford. The 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle walks by and Stanford begs for help but Hornswoggle says that this is out of his job description. Eventually former Shield member Seth Rollins rushes to the scene and the Shield back down as Rollins helps Stanford to his feet.
Rating: D

Jason Jordan versus Kassius Ohno
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Kassius Ohno defeated Jason Jordan in 5:37 by pinfall with a Hangman's Elbow. Michael Cole says that Jason Jordan may not have what it takes to cut it in the WWE but Jerry “The King” Lawler feels that Jordan showed promise in defeat tonight.
Match Rating: D-

We cut backstage to find Jinder Mahal preparing for tonight’s WWE World Heavyweight Championship match when he is approached by Dean Malenko and Bo Dallas, and Malenko asks if his clients Bo Dallas can have the first title shot if Mahal wins the WWE title tonight, which Mahal laughs at before walking away.
Rating: E

WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Adrian Neville © versus Rey Mysterio
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Adrian Neville defeated Rey Mysterio in 9:46 by pinfall with a Shooting Star Senton. Adrian Neville makes defence number 3 of his WWE Cruiserweight title. Ricardo Rodriguez accompanies his client Neville to the ring.
Match Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find Fandango looking in a mirror before the face painted Konnor can be seen in the mirror standing behind Fandango, who turns around only to get hit by a big right hand from Konnor which knocks Fandango to the floor before Konnor walks away.
Rating: E+

WWE United Kingdom Championship: Pete Dunne © versus Tyler Bate
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Pete Dunne defeated Tyler Bate in 5:37 by pinfall. Pete Dunne makes defence number 1 of his WWE United Kingdom title. A pretty vocal crowd didn’t seem particularly thrilled with seeing Tyler Bate wrestle.
Match Rating: E-

We cut backstage to find a limo pull up and the Rock gets out of the limo. The first person the Rock sees if Byron Saxton and the Rock mocks Saxton by saying that he looks like a little shiny brown pebble.
Rating: C-

WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Bray Wyatt © versus Xavier Woods versus Jinder Mahal
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Jinder Mahal defeated Bray Wyatt and Xavier Woods in 10:30 when Jinder Mahal defeated Xavier Woods by pinfall with a Karachi Valley Driver. Jinder Mahal wins the WWE World Heavyweight title. Michael Cole says that Jinder Mahal becoming the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion is the biggest shock of the year whilst Jerry “The King” Lawler notes that Mahal didn’t pin the Champion, but Xavier Woods.
Match Rating: D

Tyson Kidd comes to the ring and says that despite being a former WWE Tag Team Champion he is not being given any opportunities. Bret “The Hitman” Hart then joins Kidd in the ring and says that Tyson Kidd has to step up and prove himself instead of whining.
Rating: D+

WWE Universal Championship: Hell in a Cell: Brock Lesnar © vs. Roman Reigns vs. William Regal
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Brock Lesnar defeated Roman Reigns and William Regal in a Hell in a Cell match in 10:09 when Brock Lesnar defeated William Regal by submission with a Kimura Lock. Brock Lesnar makes defence number 3 of his WWE Universal title. Brock Lesnar retains the WWE Universal Championship inside Hell in a Cell in the best match of the night.
Match Rating: B-


Post-Show: Mason Ryan versus Mojo Rawlings
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Mojo Rawlings defeated Mason Ryan in 12:52 by pinfall. Mason Ryan was really off his game tonight which led to Mojo Rawlings getting the win here.
Match Rating: E-

Post-Show: Braden Walker versus Axl Keegan
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Axl Keegan defeated Braden Walker in 12:58 by pinfall with a Spinebuster. Bret “The Hitman” Hart accompanied Braden Walker to the ring tonight but it was Axl Keegan who left victorious.
Match Rating: E-


Final Show Rating: C+






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



Non-Title: Champion vs. Champion: Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. UK Champion Pete Dunne
The main event of tonight’s edition of Monday Night RAW was announced earlier today via a tweet sent out by the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox and will see the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar take on the WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne in a non-title Champion versus Champion match. Last night at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Brock Lesnar defeated both Roman Reigns and William Regal in their Triple Threat Hell in a Cell match to retain his WWE Universal Championship whilst Pete Dunne was also victorious last night as he beat Tyler Bate to make his first successful defence of his United Kingdom Championship. Pete Dunne is undefeated since he introduced himself to the WWE Universe back in July other than two losses at the hands to the “Beast” Brock Lesnar. Tonight Brock Lesnar will be looking to make it a hat-trick of victories over Pete Dunne whilst Dunne will be looking to pick up the all-important victory in what would be considered a huge upset.

Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The Bar versus Roman Reigns & William Regal
The WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro, known to the WWE Universe as “The Bar”, will take on the Shield’s Roman Reigns and William Regal tonight on Monday Night RAW in a non-title match. Last night at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View the Bar defeated the Resurrection pairing of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows to make their first successful defence of the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships.

Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz versus Alberto Del Rio
Last night at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View the Miz defeated Monday Night RAW’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kane, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Alberto Del Rio and Shinsuke Nakamura in a Six Pack challenge match to retain the Intercontinental Championship. Tonight Miz will take on Del Rio in a non-title match on Monday Night RAW.


Tyler Bate versus Solomon Crowe
Tyler Bate will take on Solomon Crowe tonight on Monday Night RAW with the young Englishman Bate looking to build back momentum after failing to win the United Kingdom Championship back from Pete Dunne last night at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View.

Seth Rollins versus Dean Ambrose
The Shield of Roman Reigns, William Regal and Dean Ambrose, and led by Paul Heyman, attacked Scott Stanford backstage last night at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View before being chased off at the hands of former Shield member Seth Rollins. Tonight on Monday Night RAW Rollins and Ambrose will go one on one for the first time ever.

WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, Emma & Ayako Hamada vs. Audrey Marie, Raquel Diaz & Sexy Star
Finally, six-Diva tag team action tonight on Monday Night RAW will see the WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss team up with Emma and Ayako Hamada to take on the team of Audrey Marie, Raquel Diaz and Sexy Star. Last night at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Alexa Bliss defeated Audrey Marie and Sasha Banks in their Triple Threat match to make her first successful defence of her Divas Championship after winning the title back at Summerslam in August. With Road Dogg at her side at ringside the WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss impressed many members of the WWE Universe with her performance and will look to build on that by leading her team to victory tonight.











Quick Picks:
Non-Title: Champion vs. Champion: Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. UK Champion Pete Dunne
Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The Bar versus Roman Reigns & William Regal
Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz versus Alberto Del Rio
Tyler Bate versus Solomon Crowe
Seth Rollins versus Dean Ambrose
WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, Emma & Ayako Hamada vs. Audrey Marie, Raquel Diaz & Sexy Star

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Non-Title: Champion vs. Champion: Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. UK Champion Pete Dunne
Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The Bar versus Roman Reigns & William Regal
Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz versus Alberto Del Rio
Tyler Bate versus Solomon Crowe
Seth Rollins versus Dean Ambrose
WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, Emma & Ayako Hamada vs. Audrey Marie, Raquel Diaz & Sexy Star
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Monday, Week 4, September, 2014


WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from Macon Coliseum (GA) 6,438 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Jessie McKay versus Rosa Mendes
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Jessie McKay defeated Rosa Mendes in 17:37 by pinfall with a School Girl Crush. Jessie McKay and Rosa Mendes have great chemistry as opponents, and it showed in both of their performances here in this pre-show match that went the distance. Ultimately, the Australian Jessie McKay picks up the all-important victory here over the Latina Rosa Mendes after hitting her School Girl Crush finishing maneuver.
Match Rating: D-

Pre-Show: Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus Resurrection (Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows)
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Resurrection defeated Brodus & Riley in 17:50 when Matt Hardy defeated Brodus Clay by pinfall with a Twist of Fate. Luke Gallows seemed off his game tonight which led to the team of Brodus Clay and Alex Riley focusing their offence on Gallows for the majority of the match until Gallows was finally able to get the tag to Matt Hardy who cleared house before hitting Brodus Clay with the Twist of Fate to pick up the win for his team.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Batista versus Tensai
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Batista defeated Tensai in 17:45 by pinfall with a Spinebuster. Batista was visibly tiring towards the end of this match but was still able to get the win.
Match Rating: D-

(Robbie Brookside thinks that Tensai needs to be booked a little smarter and that he needs shorter matches as he was totally exposed by the length of this one.)

Tonight’s edition of Monday Night RAW kicks off with the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar making his way to the ring. The “Beast” receives a great reception from the WWE Universe in attendance as he enters the ring and retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Brock Lesnar says that he is not joined by his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn tonight because he wants to speak to the WWE Universe on a one to one basis, so to speak. Brock says that last night inside the Hell in a Cell at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View he beat both Roman Reigns and William Regal of the Shield to retain the WWE Universal Championship once again. Brock says that after this victory Paul Heyman and his merry men of the Shield should realise that there is nothing that they can do to take the Universal Championship from Brock’s hands, and anyone who thinks that they can will be going straight to “Suplex City”. Brock then thanks the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox for putting him in a non-title Champion versus Champion main event tonight on RAW against the UK Champion Pete Dunne and says that he looks forward to beating Dunne again. The masked Kane, the holder of RAW’s Money in the Bank briefcase, then comes to the ring and announces that he will be cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase inside Hell in a Cell next month at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View before hitting Lesnar across the skull with the briefcase.
Rating: C-

WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, Emma & Ayako Hamada vs. Audrey Marie, Raquel Diaz & Sexy Star
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Alexa Bliss, Emma and Ayako Hamada defeated Audrey Marie, Raquel Diaz and Sexy Star in 6:11 when Alexa Bliss defeated Sexy Star by submission. Road Dogg once again accompanied his client and good friend Alexa Bliss to ringside for this match, much to the delight of the WWE Universe in attendance. Road Dogg offered plenty of support from ringside to the WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss which may have been what led to Alexa Bliss winning this six-Diva tag team match for her team after ultimately forcing Sexy Star into submission.
Match Rating: E

Following her victory Alexa Bliss celebrates in front of the WWE Universe with her manager Road Dogg before Rain rushes to the ring and joins Audrey Marie in assaulting the Divas Champion until Sasha Banks rushes to the ring to make the save.
Rating: F





Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The Bar versus Roman Reigns and William Regal
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Bar defeated Reigns & Regal in 10:46 when Antonio Cesaro defeated William Regal by pinfall with a Brogue Kick. Robbie Brookside accompanies his clients Antonio Cesaro and Sheamus, known by the WWE Universe as “The Bar”, to ringside for this tag team match and sees Cesaro pin Regal to win the match for his team after Sheamus took out Regal with a Brogue Kick before also taking out Reigns on the apron.
Match Rating: C+

We cut backstage to find the Resurrection pairing of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows in the office of the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox, and Resurrection ask Maddox for another shot at Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro’s WWE RAW Tag Team Championships, and Maddox says he will think about it.
Rating: D-

Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz versus Alberto Del Rio
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Miz defeated Alberto Del Rio in 7:49 by pinfall with a Skull Crushing Finale. X-Pac accompanied his client Alberto Del Rio to ringside for this match but it was the Intercontinental Champion the Miz that got the win.
Match Rating: C-

Following his victory the Miz celebrates in the ring in front of the WWE Universe until Dolph Ziggler makes his way to the ring. Ziggler grabs a microphone and announces that he is the newest member of the Monday Night RAW roster and wants a shot at the Intercontinental Championship.
Rating: D+

As Dolph Ziggler and the Miz stare each other down in the centre of the ring the Miz also takes a microphone from ringside and tells Ziggler that he is the man who failed to become WWE Champion in the main event of WrestleMania and that Ziggler doesn’t deserve a shot at the Intercontinental Championship.
Rating: C-



Tyler Bate versus Solomon Crowe
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Tyler Bate defeated Solomon Crowe in 5:51 by submission. A pretty vocal crowd didn’t seem particularly thrilled with seeing Tyler Bate wrestle with some sections of the WWE Universe not yet sold on Tyler Bate.
Rating: F

Following his victory Tyler Bate takes a microphone and says he wants another shot at the UK Championship. The UK Champion Pete Dunne then rushes to the ring and looks to attack Tyler Bate who side steps and sends Pete Dunne flying out of the ring.
Rating: F

Seth Rollins versus Dean Ambrose
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Seth Rollins defeated Dean Ambrose in 8:58 by pinfall with a God's Last Gift. The Monday Night RAW commentary team of Michael Cole, Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler note that this is the first ever singles meeting between these two and Rollins is victorious.
Match Rating: C

Pete Dunne comes to the ring for tonight’s Monday Night RAW Champion versus Champion non-title main event and is soon joined by the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar and his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn, who takes a microphone and tells Pete Dunne that he is about to get hurt by an angry Beast.
Rating: D

Non-Title: Champion vs. Champion: Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. UK Champion Pete Dunne
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Brock Lesnar defeated Pete Dunne in 15:35 by pinfall with an F-5. Unfortunately this match was too long given who was involved with some sections of the WWE Universe not yet caring too much about the UK Champion Pete Dunne.
Match Rating: C-




Post-Show: Rob Van Dam versus Matt Morgan
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Rob Van Dam defeated Matt Morgan in 12:34 by pinfall with a Five Star Frog Splash. The Monday Night RAW commentary team remained at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D

Post-Show: Santino Marella versus Kassius Ohno
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Kassius Ohno defeated Santino Marella in 12:53 by pinfall with a Hangman's Clutch Facebuster. The Monday Night RAW commentary team also stayed to watch this one.
Match Rating: D-


Final Show Rating: C-



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Thursday, Week 4, September, 2014


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


WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey versus Chad Gable and Tajiri
The main event of tonight’s edition of WWE 205 Live was announced earlier today via a tweet sent out from the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle and will see the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and his “British Ambition” tag team partner Oliver Grey take on the team of Chad Gable and the former three-time WWE Cruiserweight Champion Tajiri. This past Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Adrian Neville defeated the masked former multiple-time Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio to once again successfully retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. After three consecutive successful title defences against Rey Mysterio, the Cocky Cruiserweight Champion Neville will likely be looking to continue his momentum by leading his team to victory tonight but an all-important victory for Chad Gable and Tajiri over the Cruiserweight Champion Neville and Oliver Grey tonight could well lead to either Gable or Tajiri earning a future opportunity at the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. The WWE Universe has witnessed the Martial Artist and “Japanese Buzzsaw” Tajiri compete in both Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown for years now and hold several titles but as of late Tajiri has been on a bit of a losing streak on 205 Live. Just three weeks ago on 205 Live Tajiri and Chad Gable lost to British Ambition in tag team action and Tajiri hasn’t won a match on 205 Live since its inception back in June.

Rich Swann versus Enzo Amore
This past Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View the Guido known as Enzo Amore was able to do what he has been telling both the WWE Universe as well as the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle for weeks by beating Rich Swann. Tonight these two Cruiserweights will again go head to head in a rematch. Since coming to 205 Live from Friday Night SmackDown earlier this month Enzo Amore has been undefeated and has promised to become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion by the end of the year. Another victory for Enzo Amore over the Fan Favourite Rich Swann tonight could well lead to him getting a title opportunity sooner than anybody would have expected.





TJ Perkins versus Kalisto
Another Night of Champions rematch will take place tonight on 205 Live as the Fan Favourite TJ Perkins will take on the controversial masked Cruiserweight in Kalisto. This past Sunday at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View TJ Perkins was able to get some revenge for the weeks of attacks and put-downs at the hands of Kalisto when TJ Perkins forced Kalisto to tap out in their match. Tonight the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle has given these two foes another chance to solve their differences in the ring tonight.




Quick Picks:
WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey versus Chad Gable and Tajiri
Rich Swann versus Enzo Amore
TJ Perkins versus Kalisto



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