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Sunday, Week 4, October, 2014


The following contests are confirmed to take place at tonight’s WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View:


Universal Championship: Hell in a Cell: Brock Lesnar © vs. Monday Night RAW’s Mr. MITB Kane
The main event of tonight’s Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View will see the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar put his title on the line in a Hell in a Cell match against the masked monster Kane, who is cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase tonight that he won back in July. Brock Lesnar defeated the inaugural WWE Universal Champion back in June on Monday Night RAW to become only the second ever Universal Champion and since then has made three successful title defences, the most recent coming in a Triple Threat Hell in a Cell match against both Roman Reigns and William Regal at last month’s Night of Champions Pay-Per-View. Kane will be doing all he can to pick up the all-important victory tonight and leave as the new Universal Champion in a match that he made his first WWE appearance in, Hell in a Cell.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Hell in a Cell: Jinder Mahal © versus AJ Styles
The WWE World Heavyweight Championship will also be on the line in a Hell in a Cell match tonight as Jinder Mahal will put the title on the line against AJ Styles. Jinder Mahal won a Triple Threat match against the former WWE Champion Bray Wyatt as well as Xavier Woods at last month’s Night of Champions Pay-Per-View to become the new WWE Champion on the same night that AJ Styles made his WWE debut in-ring appearance, albeit failing to become the new US Champion. Can AJ Styles win the biggest prize in the WWE in his second ever WWE match tonight?

WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: The Bar © versus Resurrection (Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows)
At Summerslam back in August the Bar pairing of Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro defeated the Resurrection duo of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows to become the new WWE RAW Tag Team Champions. The Bar then defeated Resurrection again last month at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View to make their first successful title defence. The Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox has informed Resurrection that if they fail to win back the titles tonight then their run as a team is over.


WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships: The Uso’s © versus Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston
Jimmy and Jey Uso became the first ever WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions back in June before losing the titles to Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston at Summerslam in August in a Triple Threat tag team match that also involved the Rhodes Dynasty. Last month at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Jimmy and Jey beat Big E and Kofi to regain the titles and tonight Big E and Kofi will receive their contractually obligated rematch as this rivalry continues.

WWE Intercontinental Championship: The Miz © versus Dolph Ziggler
Last month on Monday Night RAW Dolph Ziggler returned to RAW for the first time in two years following a spell on Friday Night SmackDown and claimed that he wanted a shot at the Miz and the Intercontinental Championship. Tonight Miz will have to defend the Intercontinental title against Ziggler.

US Title: Bobby Roode © vs. Xavier Woods vs. Mr. MITB Kevin Owens vs. Randy Orton vs. Nakamura
The undefeated Bobby Roode became the new WWE United States Champion last month at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View in his WWE main roster debut in a match that also involved AJ Styles, Dolph Ziggler, Baron Corbin and the former US Champion, Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens. Tonight Roode will put the title on the line in another Fatal Five-Way match against Xavier Woods, Kevin Owens, Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Adrian Neville © versus Rey Mysterio versus Enzo Amore
Adrian Neville defeated Rich Swann back on 205 Live in June to become the first ever WWE Cruiserweight Champion of the 205 Live era and has since made four successful title defences, including three singles victories over Rey Mysterio on Pay-Per-View. Tonight Neville will put the title on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Mysterio and Enzo Amore.

WWE United Kingdom Championship: Pete Dunne © versus Tyler Bate
The “Parking Inspector” Pete Dunne defeated the inaugural WWE United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate back in August at Summerslam to become the new UK Champion and retained his title against Tyler Bate at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View last month. Tonight these two will go one on one just one final time with the UK Championship on the line.



Money Most Wanted (Ted DiBiase & Braden Walker) versus Bludgeon Brothers (Harper & Rowan)
Following a discussion between Ted DiBiase and Braden Walker, known to the WWE Universe as Money Most Wanted, a few weeks ago as they discussed whether or not they still have what it takes to compete as a tag team on Friday Night SmackDown, they were interrupted by the newly-named Bludgeon Brothers Luke Harper and Erick Rowan who intimidated Money Most Wanted and announced this tag team match for tonight.

Batista and Mason Ryan versus Asylum (Dean Ambrose and Braun Strowman)
This past week on Monday Night RAW Dean Ambrose unveiled Braun Strowman as his tag team partner in a team known as “Asylum” and the newest member of the Shield stable with Roman Reigns and William Regal. Ambrose and Strowman then laid out a challenge for any team to face them tonight, which was accepted by Mason Ryan on behalf of his team, and Mason Ryan was then attacked by Ambrose and Strowman. With Batista back tonight, will he and Mason Ryan get revenge on the Asylum pairing?

Bray Wyatt versus Roman Reigns
This past week on Monday Night RAW Roman Reigns laid out an open challenge for tonight’s Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View which was soon accepted by the former WWE Champion Bray Wyatt and the pair will go head to head tonight.

Seth Rollins versus Andrade “Cien” Almas
For the past number of months on Monday Night RAW Seth Rollins has been asking for more competition and tonight he will face it in the form of Andrade “Cien” Almas. This past week on RAW Rollins promised to beat Almas tonight before moving on to win Championship gold.

Cedric Alexander versus Oliver Grey
The new 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield informed Oliver Grey of the signing of Cedric Alexander this past week and the Fan Favourite Cedric Alexander will make his debut against Oliver Grey tonight.




WWE Divas Championship: Alexa Bliss © versus Sasha Banks versus Raquel Diaz
With Road Dogg at her side, Alexa Bliss has impressed the WWE Universe as somewhat of a Legitimate Athlete since winning the WWE Divas Championship back at Summerslam in a Triple Threat match against both Audrey Marie and the former Divas Champion Bayley. Tonight Bliss will put her title on the line in another Triple Threat match against both Sasha Banks and Raquel Diaz.


WWE Women’s Championship: Naomi © versus Natalya versus Rain
The WWE Women’s Champion Naomi has shown pride in her Native American looks as of late and has also impressed the WWE Universe since winning a Fatal Four-Way match back in June to become the first ever WWE Women’s Champion of the new era. Since then Naomi has made three successful title defences, all against Rain, and tonight she will put the title on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Rain and Natalya.

Asuka versus Carmella
Finally, women’s division action from the Friday Night SmackDown brand will see Asuka, the Japanese hard-hitter, taking on Carmella. Both of these women have aspirations of one day challenging for the WWE Women’s Championship.




Quick Picks:
Universal Championship: Hell in a Cell: Brock Lesnar © vs. Monday Night RAW’s Mr. MITB Kane
WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Hell in a Cell: Jinder Mahal © versus AJ Styles
WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: The Bar © versus Resurrection (Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows)
WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships: The Uso’s © versus Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston
WWE Intercontinental Championship: The Miz © versus Dolph Ziggler
US Title: Bobby Roode © vs. Xavier Woods vs. Mr. MITB Kevin Owens vs. Randy Orton vs. Nakamura
WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Adrian Neville © versus Rey Mysterio versus Enzo Amore
WWE United Kingdom Championship: Pete Dunne © versus Tyler Bate
Money Most Wanted (Ted DiBiase & Braden Walker) versus Bludgeon Brothers (Harper & Rowan)
Batista and Mason Ryan versus Asylum (Dean Ambrose and Braun Strowman)
Bray Wyatt versus Roman Reigns
Seth Rollins versus Andrade “Cien” Almas
Cedric Alexander versus Oliver Grey
WWE Divas Championship: Alexa Bliss © versus Sasha Banks versus Raquel Diaz
WWE Women’s Championship: Naomi © versus Natalya versus Rain
Asuka versus Carmella


(Predictions are welcomed; there will be a prediction contest held every month. This is the final show of this month’s contest and the overall winner will be able to pick the stipulation for the WWE Intercontinental Championship match at the upcoming WWE Tables, Ladders & Chairs Pay-Per-View!!)



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Sunday, Week 4, October, 2014


WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View (Live from Target Center (MN), 9,500 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: AJ Lee versus Rosa Mendes
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, AJ Lee defeated Rosa Mendes in 18:03 by pinfall with a Shining Wizard. Unfortunately this match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved with the WWE Universe still not caring about Rosa Mendes despite her having competed on Monday Night RAW for years now. Nevertheless, AJ Lee 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 18:22 when R-Truth defeated Jack Swagger by pinfall with a What's Up. Christian has a dreadfully stale character, a change is really needed. It would appear that Christian’s routine has gradually led the WWE Universe to get bored of him and he hasn’t been really relevant for years now. Truth and Christian get the win here after Truth pins Jack Swagger.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Big Show versus CJ Parker
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, Big Show defeated CJ Parker in 17:47 by pinfall with a Cobra Clutch Backbreaker. Big Show was visibly tiring towards the end of this match but was still able to get the win.
Match Rating: C





Seth Rollins versus Andrade “Cien” Almas
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Seth Rollins defeated Andrade Cien Almas in 14:11 by pinfall with a God's Last Gift. The Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View commentary team of Michael Cole, Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler note that Seth Rollins looked great here in a tremendous match and will now be looking to win Championship gold in his future.
Match Rating: B

We cut to a pre-recorded interview with the D-Generation X pairing of Triple H and Shawn Michaels as they discuss the history of the Hell in a Cell match and their personal history in the match ahead of the two Hell in a Cell matches tonight.
Rating: B-

US Title: Bobby Roode © vs. Xavier Woods vs. Mr. MITB Kevin Owens vs. Randy Orton vs. Nakamura
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Randy Orton defeated Xavier Woods, Kevin Owens, Bobby Roode and Shinsuke Nakamura in 9:45 when Randy Orton defeated Shinsuke Nakamura by pinfall with a RKO. Randy Orton wins the WWE United States title. The commentary team note that all five of these Superstars could be the future of Friday Night SmackDown for years to come. Randy Orton wins the US Championship here for the first time in his career after pinning Nakamura following an RKO as the other three battle outside the ring.
Match Rating: C-

We cut backstage to find Matt Striker standing by for an interview with Paul Heyman and Kevin Nash and he asks for their opinions ahead of tonight’s main event matches. Heyman says that he hopes that Brock Lesnar will finally lose the Universal Championship tonight and Kevin Nash says that he’s looking forward to seeing if AJ Styles has what it takes to compete in the big time.
Rating: B-

WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships: The Uso’s © versus Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Uso's defeated Big E & Kofi in 14:29 when Jimmy Uso defeated Big E Langston by pinfall with an Alley-Us. The Uso's make defence number 1 of their WWE SmackDown Tag Team titles. The commentary team note that after their victory over Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston it might be time for another team to step up and challenge Jimmy and Jey for the titles.
Match Rating: C

We cut backstage to find Josh Mathews standing by for an interview with AJ Styles and his mentor Norman Smiley, who tells Mathews that tonight AJ Styles will beat Jinder Mahal to become the new WWE Champion and that Kevin Owens should think twice before cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase against the “Phenomenal One”.
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 10:12 when Antonio Cesaro defeated Matt Hardy by pinfall with a Neutralizer. The Bar make defence number 2 of their WWE RAW Tag Team titles. Robbie Brookside accompanied his clients, the WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro, to the ring for this match and watched as Cesaro pinned Matt Hardy to win the match and retain the titles for his team.
Match Rating: C+

Following their victory the WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Antonio Cesaro and Sheamus and their manager Robbie Brookside celebrate in front of the WWE Universe when they are joined by Goldberg who shows his respect for the victors.
Rating: B

Bray Wyatt versus Roman Reigns
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Bray Wyatt defeated Roman Reigns in 10:21 by pinfall with a Standing Senton Splash. Michael Cole says that he wonders how Bray Wyatt will fare on Monday Night RAW without his “Family” but Jerry “The King” Lawler argues that with the win tonight Bray Wyatt has shown that he can accomplish anything.
Match Rating: C

Following his victory Bray Wyatt celebrates in front of the WWE Universe when Zeb Colter comes to the entrance-way with a microphone in hand and tells Wyatt that he doesn’t have what it takes to be a success on his own, and Bray Wyatt replies that he already has a new partner in mind.
Rating: D+


Batista and Mason Ryan versus Asylum (Dean Ambrose and Braun Strowman)
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Asylum defeated Batista & Mason Ryan in 7:08 when Braun Strowman defeated Mason Ryan by pinfall with a Powerslam. Angel Williams accompanied the team of Batista and Mason Ryan to the ring and tried to offer vocal support throughout the match but it was the Asylum pairing of Ambrose and Strowman that won here after Strowman pinned Mason Ryan following a huge Powerslam.
Match Rating: D

We cut backstage to find Mick Foley enjoying himself when he is approached by Matt Morgan and Tommaso Ciampa. Morgan says that he knows he is better than Brock Lesnar and Tommaso Ciampa tells Foley that he is more deserving of a Cruiserweight title shot than Rey Mysterio. They ask Foley if he can use his pull to get them title matches in the future, and Foley says that he’s sorry but he’s just here to enjoy himself and walks away leaving Morgan and Ciampa looking disappointed.
Rating: C-

WWE Women’s Championship: Naomi © versus Natalya versus Rain
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Natalya defeated Naomi and Rain in 8:18 when Natalya defeated Rain by pinfall with a German Suplex. Natalya wins the WWE Women's title. The commentary team note that this is the first time that Natalya has held the WWE Women’s Championship.
Match Rating: D-

(Billy Gunn would seriously consider either turning Natalya or trying a new gimmick as she has become a stale character and needs a shake-up.)

The Godfather comes to the entrance-way and says that whilst he appreciates the respect from the WWE Universe he is a bit disappointed that he was not selected over John “Bradshaw” Layfield to become the new General Manager of 205 Live.
Rating: E+




Asuka versus Carmella
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Carmella defeated Asuka in 6:54 by submission. Michael Cole notes that this is a huge win for Carmella and she may be heading towards a title shot whilst Jerry “The King” Lawler feels that Carmella got lucky tonight.
Match Rating: D-

We see William Regal go into the office of the 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield and asks where the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox is. JBL says that Brad Maddox has had to leave early but informs Regal that Maddox told JBL that Regal will be in action tomorrow night on RAW as he and Reigns will join the new team of Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy, apparently known as the “Deleters of Worlds” in challenging Sheamus and Cesaro for the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships in a Tag Team Triple Threat match.
Rating: C


WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Adrian Neville © versus Rey Mysterio versus Enzo Amore
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Enzo Amore defeated Adrian Neville and Rey Mysterio in 10:15 when Enzo Amore defeated Adrian Neville by pinfall. Enzo Amore wins the WWE Cruiserweight title. Ricardo Rodriguez accompanied his client Adrian Neville to the ring but it was Enzo Amore who pinned Neville to become the new Cruiserweight Champion here.
Match Rating: C-

We cut backstage to find Joey Styles standing by for an interview with Jo Jo and he asks her opinions on the matches still to come tonight and she says that she can see Alexa Bliss retaining the Divas Championship and AJ Styles becoming the new WWE Champion tonight.
Rating: D

WWE Divas Championship: Alexa Bliss © versus Sasha Banks versus Raquel Diaz
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Alexa Bliss defeated Sasha Banks and Raquel Diaz in 6:38 when Alexa Bliss defeated Raquel Diaz by submission. Alexa Bliss makes defence number 2 of her WWE Divas title. Road Dogg accompanied his friend and client Alexa Bliss to the ring and offered vocal support throughout the match that ended with Alexa making Raquel Diaz tap out to retain her title.
Match Rating: E

The bell tolls and the Undertaker appears on the screen, much to the delight of the WWE Universe. The Undertaker says that Braun Strowman may have found a new friend in Dean Ambrose but that Strowman will still pay for his sins earlier this year.
Rating: C

Money Most Wanted (Ted DiBiase & Braden Walker) versus Bludgeon Brothers (Harper & Rowan)
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, The Bludgeon Brothers defeated Money Most Wanted in 6:12 when Luke Harper defeated Braden Walker by pinfall with a Clothesline. The commentary team note that the Bludgeon Brothers of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan looked unstoppable tonight and may be the next challengers for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships.
Match Rating: D

We cut backstage to find the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar and Billy Gunn going through some tactics prior to tonight’s main event when Konnor walks into the room and immediately apologises before leaving as Billy Gunn slams the door behind him.
Rating: D+

WWE Intercontinental Championship: The Miz © versus Dolph Ziggler
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, The Miz defeated Dolph Ziggler in 7:43 by pinfall with a Skull Crushing Finale. The Miz makes defence number 3 of his WWE Intercontinental title. The commentary team note that this Miz did well here in an even match.
Match Rating: C

The WWE Universe come to their feet as the Rock makes his way to the ring. The Rock retrieves a microphone from the ringside area and begins to make jokes about the WWE Champion Jinder Mahal, who the Rock says will lose to AJ Styles tonight.
Rating: C+




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 5:57 by submission. Pete Dunne makes defence number 2 of his WWE United Kingdom title. Unfortunately a pretty vocal crowd didn’t seem particularly thrilled with seeing Tyler Bate wrestle.
Match Rating: E-

We cut backstage to find broadcast team member Scott Stanford getting attacked by the Prime Time Players of Darren Young and Titus O’Neil, Byron Saxton, Percy Watson and Alexander Wolfe. The five Superstars all stomp on the helpless Stanford until Andy Leavine rushes to the area and makes the save.
Rating: E

Cedric Alexander versus Oliver Grey
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Cedric Alexander defeated Oliver Grey in 6:17 by pinfall with a Spear. Cedric Alexander debuted as a huge Fan Favourite tonight and looked great in victory here.
Match Rating: E+

We cut backstage where Baron Corbin is trying to console Bobby Roode after Roode lost the US Championship tonight when Xavier Woods and Richie Steamboat begin to laugh at Roode and a brawl breaks out between the two teams that has to be separated by officials.
Rating: E

WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Hell in a Cell: Jinder Mahal © versus AJ Styles
In a match that had some good action and average heat, AJ Styles defeated Jinder Mahal in a Hell in a Cell match in 13:20 by pinfall with a Super Styles Clash. AJ Styles wins the WWE World Heavyweight title. The commentary team note that after a Super Styles Clash from the top rope, AJ Styles is now the new WWE Champion after only two matches in the WWE.
Match Rating: C+




We cut backstage to find Axl Keegan walking into the office of the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie and he says he wants to be the first to challenge AJ Styles for the WWE Championship, and Eva Marie tells Keegan that she doesn’t even know who he is and asks him to quickly leave her office.
Rating: E-

Universal Championship: Hell in a Cell: Brock Lesnar © vs. Monday Night RAW’s Mr. MITB Kane
In a match that had some good action and a good crowd, Brock Lesnar defeated Kane in a Hell in a Cell match in 14:42 by submission with a Kimura Lock. Brock Lesnar makes defence number 4 of his WWE Universal title. Kane was really off his game tonight which led to Brock Lesnar forcing Kane to tap out to once again retain his WWE Universal Championship in the main event.
Match Rating: C+

Post-Show: Chris Jericho versus Tyler Breeze
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, Chris Jericho defeated Tyler Breeze in 12:40 by pinfall with a Code Breaker. The commentary team remained at ringside to watch this match as Chris Jericho beat Tyler Breeze.
Match Rating: D

Post-Show: Damien Sandow versus Knuckles Madsen
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Damien Sandow defeated Knuckles Madsen in 13:11 by pinfall with a Cubito Aequet. The commentary team also stayed at ringside for this one.
Match Rating: D

Final Show Rating: C+

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Monday, Week 1, November, 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 Kane
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 Kane, the masked monster, in non-title action. Last night in the main event of the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Kane unsuccessfully cashed in his Money in the Bank contract against Lesnar in a Hell in a Cell match as Brock Lesnar forced Kane to submit to the Kimura in the middle of the ring. However, after weeks of attacks on Brock Lesnar at the hands of Kane, an all-important victory for Kane in non-title competition tonight could well lead to Kane receiving another title opportunity in the future.

WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: The Bar © vs. Bray Wyatt & Matt Hardy vs. Reigns & Regal
Last night at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View the WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro, known to the WWE Universe as “The Bar”, defeated the Resurrection pairing of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows to retain their titles. Due to the stipulation put in place before the match by the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox, Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows can no longer team up together. Later on in the evening Bray Wyatt defeated Roman Reigns in singles competition and after being interrupted by Zeb Colter, Wyatt said that he had a new partner in mind. We now know that Bray Wyatt’s new partner is Matt Hardy and the pair will be known as the “Deleters of Worlds”. Tonight Wyatt and Hardy will team up for the first time as they join Roman Reigns and William Regal in challenging the Bar for the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships in a Triple Threat Tag Team Elimination match.

WWE Intercontinental Championship: The Miz © versus Seth Rollins
Another title match tonight on Monday Night RAW will see the Miz put his WWE Intercontinental Championship on the line against Seth Rollins, who earned this opportunity after his performance in beating Andrade “Cien” Almas last night at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View.


Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Fatsuhiko Nakajima
The WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne defeated Tyler Bate at last night’s Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View to retain his title and tonight on Monday Night RAW Pete Dunne will take on Fatsuhiko Nakajima in non-title action.

Tyler Bate versus Braun Strowman
Braun Strowman teamed with his “Asylum” tag team partner Dean Ambrose for the first time last night at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View as Strowman and Ambrose defeated Batista and Mason Ryan. Tonight on Monday Night RAW Strowman will see singles competition as he takes on Tyler Bate.

Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss versus Rosa Mendes
Alexa Bliss defeated both Sasha Banks and Raquel Diaz in a Triple Threat match at last night’s Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View to retain her Divas Championship and tonight on Monday Night RAW Alexa Bliss will take on Rosa Mendes in singles non-title action.






Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar versus Kane
WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: The Bar © vs. Bray Wyatt & Matt Hardy vs. Reigns & Regal
WWE Intercontinental Championship: The Miz © versus Seth Rollins
Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Fatsuhiko Nakajima
Tyler Bate versus Braun Strowman
Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss versus Rosa Mendes


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





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Monday, Week 1, November, 2014


WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from Show Me Center (MO) 5,345 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Bayley versus Sexy Star
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Bayley defeated Sexy Star in 17:47 by submission. Unfortunately this match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved with many members of the WWE Universe still not really caring about Sexy Star despite her having been in many matches on Monday Night RAW over the past year. Nevertheless, the former WWE Divas Champion Bayley picks up the all-important victory here.
Match Rating: E-

Non-Title: Batista and Mason Ryan versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Batista & Mason Ryan defeated Swagger & Tensai in 17:41 when Mason Ryan defeated Jack Swagger by pinfall with a Batista Bomb. Angel Williams accompanied the team of Batista and Mason Ryan to ringside for this tag team match and acted as cheerleader, providing vocal support throughout the match. This support ultimately may have paid off as Mason Ryan pins Swagger to pick up the win for his team after Batista hit Swagger with a Batista Bomb before taking out Tensai on the apron.
Match Rating: D+

Pre-Show: Dolph Ziggler versus Matt Morgan
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Dolph Ziggler defeated Matt Morgan in 17:42 by pinfall with a Zig Zag. 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 match taking place as Ziggler picks up the impressive victory.
Match Rating: C+



This week’s edition of Monday Night RAW kicks off with the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar making his way to the ring. Lesnar receives a great reception from the WWE Universe in attendance as he retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Lesnar says that last night at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View he defeated the masked monster known as Kane inside a Hell in a Cell match to once again successfully retain the WWE Universal Championship. Brock says that although Kane no longer as the Money in the Bank briefcase, Kane has been given a non-title main event match against Brock tonight by the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox. Brock says that he is out here by himself tonight and without his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn as he would like to officially announce his team for the Survivor Series Elimination Match later this month to take on the Shield’s team to be announced later tonight. Brock announces his team as Seth Rollins, Jason Jordan, Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy. Before Lesnar can say anything else, however, the lights go out in the arena. When they come back on Kane is standing in the ring and the masked monster grabs Brock by the throat before hitting him with a Chokeslam, sending a clear message before tonight’s main event.
Rating: C-

Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss versus Rosa Mendes
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Alexa Bliss defeated Rosa Mendes in 6:22 by submission. Alexa Bliss seemed off her game tonight but the WWE Divas Champion was still able to get the win after forcing Rosa Mendes to tap out.
Match Rating: E-

Following her victory the WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss celebrates her victory in front of the WWE Universe until Raquel Diaz rushes to the ring and attacks Alexa Bliss which leads to Sasha Banks rushing to the ring to make the save.
Rating: F+

WWE RAW Tag Team Championships: The Bar © vs. Bray Wyatt & Matt Hardy vs. Reigns & Regal
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Deleters of Worlds defeated The Bar and Reigns & Regal in 9:31; the order of elimination was Reigns & Regal first, and then The Bar. Deleters of Worlds win the WWE RAW Tag Team titles. The legend of British wrestling Robbie Brookside accompanied his clients, the WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro, to ringside for this Triple Threat Tag Team Elimination match and Cesaro soon pinned Regal to eliminate Reigns and Regal from the match. However, Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy would then take out Sheamus before hitting Cesaro with a double team maneuver to become the new WWE RAW Tag Team Champions.
Match Rating: C-

We cut backstage to find the WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley enjoying himself when he is attacked by someone wearing a white hooded robe, looking like a member of the KKK. The hooded man throws Foley into a wall before revealing himself to be Kevin Nash, who laughs at the fallen Foley before leaving the scene.
Rating: C

WWE Intercontinental Championship: The Miz © versus Seth Rollins
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Seth Rollins defeated The Miz in 11:34 by pinfall with a God's Last Gift. Seth Rollins wins the WWE Intercontinental title. Unfortunately the Miz has a dreadfully stale character and a change is really needed. The WWE Universe are pleased to see Seth Rollins defeat Miz tonight to become the new WWE Intercontinental Champion.
Match Rating: B-

We cut backstage to find the WWE’s Chief Operating Officer Triple H in the office of the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox, and Triple H tells Maddox he’s here to check that Brad Maddox has RAW under control following Kevin Nash assaulting Mick Foley earlier tonight.
Rating: E+

Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Fatsuhiko Nakajima
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Pete Dunne defeated Fatsuhiko Nakajima in 6:41 by pinfall. The Godfather accompanied Fatsuhiko Nakajima to the ring for this match but it was the UK Champion Pete Dunne that left victorious.
Match Rating: D-

Dean Ambrose of the Shield comes to the ring to congratulate Pete Dunne and announces that Pete Dunne will join Ambrose, Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns and William Regal to take on Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins, Jason Jordan, Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy in the Survivor Series Elimination match. Ambrose and Dunne then stay at ringside ready to watch their teammate Braun Strowman, who will be in action next.
Rating: C-



Tyler Bate versus Braun Strowman
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Braun Strowman defeated Tyler Bate in 6:03 by pinfall with a Big Splash. A pretty vocal crowd didn’t seem particularly thrilled with seeing Tyler Bate wrestle.
Match Rating: F

As the Asylum pairing of Braun Strowman and Dean Ambrose celebrate along with Pete Dunne in the middle of the ring, the new Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins comes to the entrance-way along with Jason Jordan. Rollins says that Team Lesnar will win at Survivor Series and that Rollins will be a fighting Intercontinental Champion and wants to put his title on the line next week on RAW.
Rating: D-

Non-Title: WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar versus Kane
In a bout that had a good crowd and good action, Brock Lesnar defeated Kane in 13:46 by pinfall with an F-5. Michael Cole and Jerry “The King” Lawler both agree that with his victory Brock Lesnar shouldn’t have to defend the Universal Championship against Kane again any time soon.
Match Rating: B-

Post-Show: Alberto Del Rio versus Luke Gallows
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Luke Gallows defeated Alberto Del Rio in 13:22 by pinfall with a Bicycle Kick. X-Pac accompanied Alberto Del Rio to ringside for this match but it was Luke Gallows that picked up the win. Michael Cole and Jerry “the King” Lawler stay at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D

Post-Show: Rob Van Dam versus Kassius Ohno
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Kassius Ohno defeated Rob Van Dam in 13:22 by pinfall with an Emerald Elbow. Michael Cole and Jerry “The King” Lawler also stay at ringside for this one.
Match Rating: D-


Final Show Rating: C

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Thursday, Week 1, November, 2014


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


WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Enzo Amore © versus Cedric Alexander
The main event of tonight’s edition of WWE 205 Live was announced earlier today by the 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield and will see the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore put his WWE Cruiserweight Championship on the line against Cedric Alexander. After months of being very talkative, Enzo Amore seemed very focused and almost “Emotionless” this past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View when he made history by defeating both the masked Rey Mysterio as well as Adrian Neville in a Triple Threat match after pinning Adrian Neville to become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion, in doing so ending the reign of Neville after four months. Later in the evening Cedric Alexander made his WWE debut when he defeated the “British Ambition” tag team partner of Neville, Oliver Grey. Cedric Alexander impressed many members of the WWE Universe with his win on Sunday and is sure to be a Fan Favourite on 205 Live, and he seems to have also impressed the 205 Live General Manager JBL by getting a title opportunity so quickly. If Cedric Alexander is able to pick up the all-important victory tonight not only will he become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion less than a week into his WWE tenure but he will also end the reign of Enzo Amore after just four days.

Rich Swann versus Chavo Guerrero
Another Fan Favourite among the WWE Universe, Rich Swann, will be in action tonight on 205 Live as he will take on the third-generation Superstar and the one looking to carry on the “Latino Heat” heritage, Chavo Guerrero. These two faced one another on 205 Live back in August with Rich Swann getting the win but Chavo is in desperate need of a victory tonight having lost every single match he has competed in since a victory over Tajiri in early August on 205 Live. Rich Swann’s victory over Chavo back in August was actually his last win on 205 Live and since then has lost a number of matches including last week’s tag team main event when the British Ambition pairing of Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey defeated the team of Rich Swann and TJ Perkins.




Chris Jericho versus Epico
Finally, the former four-time Cruiserweight Champion and “Cheeky Monkey” Chris Jericho will be in action tonight on 205 Live as he will take on a former WWE Tag Team Champion in Epico. The small man dressed in a bull costume known as “El Torito” may or may not accompany Epico to the ring tonight.





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Rich Swann versus Chavo Guerrero
Chris Jericho versus Epico



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WWE 205 Live (Live from Boone County Fairgrounds (IA), 1,032 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Tajiri versus A.R. Fox
In an extremely poor match, A.R. Fox defeated Tajiri in 17:49 by pinfall with a Lo Mein Pain. Unfortunately this match was too long given who was involved with the WWE Universe yet to really care about A.R. Fox despite him having appeared a few times on 205 Live over the past few months. Nevertheless, Fox picks up the all-important victory over the former Cruiserweight Champion Tajiri here.
Match Rating: D-

Pre-Show: Chad Gable versus Tommaso Ciampa
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Tommaso Ciampa defeated Chad Gable in 17:42 by submission with a Project Ciampa II. This match was also too long given who was involved with many members of the WWE Universe in attendance not really knowing who Tommaso Ciampa is despite Ciampa having also appeared on 205 Live recently. Ciampa gets the win over Gable here after forcing Gable to tap out to the Project Ciampa II.
Match Rating: E+

Pre-Show: TJ Perkins versus Primo
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, TJ Perkins defeated Primo in 18:23 by submission with a Figure Four Deathlock. This match was also too long given who was involved with the WWE Universe still not caring too much for TJ Perkins despite him having competed on 205 Live for many months now. Perkins gets the win after forcing Primo to tap out to a Figure Four Deathlock.
Match Rating: D-



Tonight’s edition of 205 Live kicks off with Cedric Alexander making his way to the ring, receiving a great reception from the WWE Universe in attendance in what is his first appearance on 205 Live. Cedric retrieves a microphone from the ringside area and says that it’s great to be here on 205 Live after making his WWE in-ring debut this past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View when he defeated Oliver Grey of the British Ambition. Cedric Alexander also thanks the 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield, who is of course sitting at the commentary position along with Scott Stanford and former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman, for granting Cedric Alexander a Cruiserweight Championship match against the new Champion Enzo Amore in tonight’s main event. Cedric says that Enzo Amore has a big mouth but that he backed up his claims to being the best Cruiserweight on 205 Live when he beat both the legendary masked competitor Rey Mysterio as well as the first ever Cruiserweight Champion of the 205 Live era Adrian Neville this past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View in a Triple Threat match to become the new Cruiserweight Champion. Cedric says that unluckily for Enzo it’s going to be a very short reign as the Era of Alexander will begin tonight when Cedric wins the Cruiserweight Championship in his 205 Live debut. Cedric then heads to the back as 205 Live heads to its first commercial break of the evening.
Rating: E

Chris Jericho versus Epico
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Chris Jericho defeated Epico in 7:52 by submission with a Walls of Jericho. The small man in a bull costume known as El Torito accompanied Epico to the ring for this match but it was Jericho who got the win after forcing Epico to tap out to the Walls of Jericho.
Match Rating: C

We cut backstage following another commercial break to find Cedric Alexander preparing for tonight’s Cruiserweight Championship main event when the Champion Enzo Amore enters the room. Enzo tells Cedric that he’s going to be straight up embarrass him tonight in Cedric’s 205 Live debut and send Cedric back to the back of the line of challengers wanting to challenge Enzo or better still send Cedric back to the bingo halls that he’s spent most of his career “performing” in. Cedric tells Enzo that he’ll see just what Cedric is all about tonight as Enzo walks off laughing.
Rating: E-

Rich Swann versus Chavo Guerrero
In an extremely poor match, Chavo Guerrero defeated Rich Swann in 7:47 by pinfall with a Gory Bomb. Chavo Guerrero seemed off his game tonight but was still able to defeat Rich Swann here after hitting the Gory Bomb.
Match Rating: D-

Ricardo Rodriguez makes his way to the ring to a chorus of boos and jeers from the WWE Universe in attendance and introduces his clients, British Ambition. The pairing of Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey then make their way to the ring and Neville is quick to snatch the microphone from Rodriguez. Neville says that instead of focusing on losers like Cedric Alexander and TJ Perkins, he demands that the 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield gives Neville his rematch for the Cruiserweight Championship as soon as possible.
Rating: E+

As Adrian Neville, Oliver Grey and Ricardo Rodriguez all stare at the 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield who remains unmoved at the commentary desk, TJ Perkins and Chad Gable make their way to the entrance-way. TJP has a microphone in hand and says that Neville and his lackeys have had their way on 205 Live for too long and it’s time that some new blood was given an opportunity. JBL then stands up from the commentary table and announces that regardless of who wins tonight’s Cruiserweight Championship main event, at the Survivor Series Pay-Per-View there will be a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination match where Cedric Alexander will lead the team of TJ Perkins, Chad Gable, Rich Swann and Rey Mysterio to take on Enzo Amore and his team of Adrian Neville, Oliver Grey, Chavo Guerrero and Tommaso Ciampa.
Rating: D-

WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Enzo Amore © versus Cedric Alexander
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Cedric Alexander defeated Enzo Amore in 12:51 by pinfall with an Atomic Wedgie Bomb. Cedric Alexander wins the WWE Cruiserweight title. The commentary team discuss Alexander’s dream debut week and claim that the “Era of Alexander” has begun as 205 Live goes off the air with Cedric Alexander celebrating with the Cruiserweight Championship.
Match Rating: D

Final Show Rating: D-



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Friday, Week 1, November, 2014


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


Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion AJ Styles versus Christian
The main event of tonight’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown was announced earlier today via a tweet sent out from the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie and will see the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion AJ Styles take on Christian in non-title action. This past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View AJ Styles defeated Jinder Mahal inside a Hell in a Cell match to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion, ending the reign of the “Rock Star” Jinder Mahal after just one month and in Jinder’s first title defence. Despite only having competed in two matches in the WWE, AJ Styles is already seen as somewhat of a “Franchise Player” in the eyes of the WWE Universe. An all-important victory for Christian tonight, on the other hand, could well lead to Christian getting a future title opportunity.

WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships: The Uso’s © vs. Big E & Kofi vs. Bludgeon Brothers
This past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Jimmy and Jey Uso defeated Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston to make their first successful defence of the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships they won from Big E and Kofi back in September at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View. Also at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View this past Sunday, the Bludgeon Brothers of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan made short work in defeating the Money Most Wanted pairing of Ted DiBiase and Braden Walker. Tonight on Friday Night SmackDown Jimmy and Jey will put their titles on the line in a Triple Threat Elimination Tag Team match against both Big E and Kofi as well as the Bludgeon Brothers.

WWE United States Championship: Randy Orton © versus Andy Leavine versus Jinder Mahal
Another title match tonight on Friday Night SmackDown will see the new WWE United States Champion Randy Orton put his title on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Andy Leavine and Jinder Mahal.


Marcus Owens versus Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens
Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens failed to become the new WWE United States Champion this past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View but he will have a chance to bounce back as he faces his namesake Marcus Owens tonight on Friday Night SmackDown.

R-Truth versus Viktor
R-Truth is an unpredictable Superstar and has known to be a Rebel and go against the grain, and the WWE Universe will get a chance to see Truth in action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown as he will take on Viktor.

WWE Women’s Championship: Natalya © versus Carmella
Last but certainly not least, the new WWE Women’s Champion will have to put her title on the line just days after winning it this past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View as Natalya will defend against Carmella, who got a huge victory over Asuka this past Sunday.







Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion AJ Styles versus Christian
WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships: The Uso’s © vs. Big E & Kofi vs. Bludgeon Brothers
WWE United States Championship: Randy Orton © versus Andy Leavine versus Jinder Mahal
Marcus Owens versus Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens
R-Truth versus Viktor
WWE Women’s Championship: Natalya © versus Carmella



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