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Friday, Week 2, October, 2014


WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (Live from Sovereign Center (PA), 6,759 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Christina Von Eerie versus Madison Eagles
In an extremely poor match, Madison Eagles defeated Christina Von Eerie in 17:38 by pinfall with a Hell Bound. Unfortunately this match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved with the majority of the WWE Universe having no interest in either Christina Von Eerie or Madison Eagles despite both of them having appeared sporadically on Friday Night SmackDown over the past year. Nevertheless, Madison Eagles picks up the all-important victory here after hitting Von Eerie with her Hell Bound finishing manouevre.
Match Rating: E+

Pre-Show: Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston versus The Rhodes Dynasty (Goldust and Stardust)
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Big E & Kofi defeated The Rhodes Dynasty in 17:38 when Big E Langston defeated Goldust by pinfall with a Big Ending. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team of Josh Mathews, Joey Styles and Matt Striker took up their positions at ringside prior to this tag team match which saw the team of Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston victorious after Big E pinned Goldust following the Big Ending.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Christian versus Tyson Kidd
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Tyson Kidd defeated Christian in 17:41 by pinfall with a Code Blue. Unfortunately Christian and Tyson Kidd don’t seem to click as opponents and it made for an awkward bout here.
Match Rating: D+




Tonight’s edition of Friday Night SmackDown kicks off with the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal making his way to the ring. Jinder receives a tirade of boos and jeers from the WWE Universe in attendance as he retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Jinder Mahal says that this is the sort of disrespect he expects from stupid, arrogant Americans. Jinder Mahal says that he is bringing prestige back to the WWE Championship after it being in the hands of Americans for too long. Jinder says that later this month at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View he will beat AJ Styles in their Hell in a Cell match to make the first successful defence of his WWE Championship. Jinder continues by saying that the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie has placed him in tonight’s SmackDown non-title main event tonight whereas AJ Styles has once again been given the night off from in-ring competition. Jinder says that this is straight up disrespect towards Jinder Mahal and favouritism towards the “flavor of the month” AJ Styles. Jinder says that he will destroy his opponent Richie Steamboat tonight just like he defeated Steamboat’s tag team partner Xavier Woods in last week’s non-title main event. Jinder Mahal says that he doesn’t care who Richie Steamboat’s dad was, to Jinder he was just a worthless American citizen. AJ Styles then comes to the ring and snatches the microphone from Jinder before telling him that he will enjoy taking the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View.
Rating: D-

WWE Women’s Champion Naomi, Cameron & Hailey Hatred vs. Nicole Matthews, Layla & Tamina
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Hailey Hatred and Funkadactyls defeated Nicole Matthews, Layla and Tamina in 6:39 when Naomi defeated Nicole Matthews by pinfall with Nightfalls. The WWE Hall of Famer Arn Anderson accompanied Cameron to ringside for this six-Woman tag team match as Arn Anderson is looking to mentor Cameron and turn her into a better in-ring performer. Arn Anderson offered Cameron and her team mates vocal support throughout the match and it was the WWE Women’s Champion Naomi who picked up the win for her team after pinning Nicole Matthews.
Match Rating: E+

After her victory the WWE Women’s Champion Naomi celebrates in the ring in front of the WWE Universe as the other women all head to the back. Naomi takes a microphone and says that she will beat both Natalya and Rain in their Triple Threat at Hell in a Cell to retain the Women’s Championship. Rain then comes to the ring and stares at Naomi who simply leaves the ring. Natalya then rushes to the ring and attacks Rain from behind before smiling and heading to the back.
Rating: E-



Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus Money Most Wanted
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, The Uso's defeated Money Most Wanted in 8:13 when Jey Uso defeated Braden Walker by pinfall with an Alley-Us. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that this is the third week in a row that Jimmy and Jey have taken on and defeated the Money Most Wanted pairing of Ted DiBiase and Braden Walker in tag team action.
Match Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find Big E Langston and Xavier Woods in the office of the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie, who says that she’s considered their requests and that Big E and Kofi Kingston will challenge the Uso’s for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships for the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. As for Xavier Woods and his request to challenge for the US title, Eva Marie says she’ll think about it. Summer Rae then walks into the room and both Big E and Xavier Woods get distracted.
Rating: D

Non-Title: WWE United States Champion Bobby Roode versus Colt Cabana
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Bobby Roode defeated Colt Cabana in 8:02 by submission with a Fujiwara Armbar. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that the US Champion Bobby Roode remains undefeated since coming to the WWE.
Match Rating: C-

Following his victory the US Champion Bobby Roode celebrates in front of the WWE Universe until Xavier Woods comes to the ring with a microphone in hand. Woods tells Bobby Roode that he doesn’t care what the SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie says; Woods wants a shot at the US title. Bobby Roode simply walks away.
Rating: E

Justin Gabriel versus Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Kevin Owens defeated Justin Gabriel in 7:48 by submission with a Sharpshooter. Kevin Owens and Justin Gabriel just don’t click at all as opponents and it showed in their performances here.
Match Rating: D+

Following his victory Kevin Owens lifts his Money in the Bank briefcase above his head before he is interrupted by the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal, who comes to the entrance-way with a microphone in hand. Jinder says that he wants Kevin Owens to watch Jinder beat Richie Steamboat and AJ Styles at Hell in a Cell, and that Kevin Owens should think twice before cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase against Jinder Mahal, and that Jinder plans on holding the WWE title for a very long time.
Rating: D-

We cut backstage to find the Japanese Shooter, Asuka applying face paint in the mirror. She is approached from behind by Carmella but before Carmella can do anything Asuka stands up and stares Carmella face to face. Asuka says that she is here to be the WWE Women’s Champion and she has no time for Carmella and her games, and Carmella tells Asuka she is also here to be Women’s Champion before walking away.
Rating: E+

Yoshi Tatsu versus Randy Orton
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Randy Orton defeated Yoshi Tatsu in 7:56 by pinfall with a RKO. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Orton looked dangerous tonight.
Match Rating: C

We cut backstage to find Kofi Kingston doing some stretches before he is attacked for the second week in a row. After being thrown into a door by Luke Harper last week, now it’s Braun Strowman who grabs Kofi before throwing him into a table.
Rating: E-

The WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal comes to the ring for tonight’s main event and is joined by his opponent Richie Steamboat, who takes a microphone from ringside and says that Jinder Mahal disrespected his father earlier and for that Richie Steamboat will make Jinder regret his words.
Rating: F+




Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal versus Richie Steamboat
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Jinder Mahal defeated Richie Steamboat in 14:53 by pinfall with a Karachi Valley Driver. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Jinder keeps winning matches heading to his title defence against AJ Styles at Hell in a Cell.
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 13:15 by pinfall with an Attitude Adjustment. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team remain at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D

Post-Show: Big Show versus Camacho
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, Big Show defeated Camacho in 12:32 by pinfall with a Choke Slam. Steve Lombardi, otherwise known as the Brooklyn Brawler, accompanied Camacho to ringside.
Match Rating: D

Final Show Rating: D





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Monday, Week 3, October, 2014


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


Universal Champion Brock Lesnar & Dolph Ziggler vs. IC Champion The Miz & RAW’s Mr. MITB 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 team up with Dolph Ziggler to take on the reigning WWE Intercontinental Champion the Miz and Monday Night RAW’s Mr. Money in the Bank, Kane. Later on this month at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View the masked Kane will cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase against Brock Lesnar inside a Hell in a Cell match as Kane looks to become the new WWE Universal Champion for the first time but tonight Kane will be looking to build momentum heading into his title opportunity by picking up the all-important victory over the Universal Champion Brock Lesnar in tag team action.

Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The Bar versus Devil’s Advocates (Raines & Devlin)
More 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 Devil’s Advocates pairing of Calvin Raines and Judas Devil in non-title action. In just a few weeks at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View the Bar will put their titles on the line against the Resurrection duo of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows.

Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Mason Ryan
The WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne will take on another Brit in non-title action tonight as he faces the Welsh powerhouse Mason Ryan. Loving to act like a Parking Inspector and give out tickets, Pete Dunne has only lost three matches in the WWE, all of those being against the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar.

Seth Rollins versus Corey Graves
Last week on Monday Night RAW Seth Rollins challenged Stephanie McMahon and her husband Triple H to find him some competition, and tonight on RAW Seth Rollins has been given a match against Corey Graves.

Alberto Del Rio versus Derrick Bateman
Alberto Del Rio will take on Derrick Bateman tonight on Monday Night RAW with both Superstars looking to impress the WWE Universe as well as the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox.

Divas Champ Alexa Bliss, Hamada & Jessie McKay vs. Raquel Diaz, Sexy Star & Cheerleader Melissa
Finally, Six-Diva tag team action tonight on Monday Night RAW will see the WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss team up with Ayako Hamada and Jessie McKay to take on the trio of Raquel Diaz, Sexy Star and Cheerleader Melissa. Last week on RAW following a victory Alexa Bliss celebrated in the ring with her manager and friend Road Dogg until she was attacked from behind by Raquel Diaz. Sasha Banks would then come to make the save before announcing to the WWE Universe that at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View later this month Sasha Banks and Raquel Diaz will challenge Alexa Bliss for the Divas title in a Triple Threat match.

















Quick Picks:
Universal Champion Brock Lesnar & Dolph Ziggler vs. IC Champion The Miz & RAW’s Mr. MITB Kane
Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The Bar versus Devil’s Advocates (Raines & Devlin)
Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Mason Ryan
Seth Rollins versus Corey Graves
Alberto Del Rio versus Derrick Bateman
Divas Champ Alexa Bliss, Hamada & Jessie McKay vs. Raquel Diaz, Sexy Star & Cheerleader Melissa


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Monday, Week 3, October, 2014


WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from Sovereign Center (PA) 6,238 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Kaitlyn versus Rosa Mendes
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Kaitlyn defeated Rosa Mendes in 18:06 by pinfall with an Atomic Wedgie Bomb. The former WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn was visibly tiring towards the end of this pre-show Divas match that went the distance. Despite apparently having the inferior physical coniditoning to her opponent Rosa Mendes, however, Kaitlyn was able to pick up the all-important victory here after hitting the Latina Diva Rosa Mendes with her Atomic Wedge Bomb finishing maneuver.
Match Rating: E+

Pre-Show: International Explosion (Nakajima and Zayn) vs. Resurrection (Matt Hardy & Luke Gallows)
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Resurrection defeated International Explosion in 17:50 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 beginning that saw the Resurrection pairing of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows victorious after Hardy pinned Nakajima following the Twist of Fate.
Match Rating: D

Pre-Show: Rob Van Dam versus Solomon Crowe
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Rob Van Dam defeated Solomon Crowe in 18:16 by pinfall with a Five Star Frog Splash. Rob Van Dam seemed off his game tonight but was still able to get the win here.
Match Rating: D-



Monday Night RAW kicks off with the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar making his way to the ring. Brock receives a great reception from the WWE Universe in attendance as he enters the ring and retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Brock says that he is once again without his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn tonight because he wants to get some things off of his chest. Brock says that for weeks now he has been attacked by the masked maniac known as Kane. Brock Lesnar says that Kane may be a Monster, and he may be in possession of Monday Night RAW’s Money in the Bank briefcase, but that Kane better not forget that Brock isn’t just a “Bad Ass”, he’s a Beast. Brock says that Kane has made a big mistake by announcing that he will cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase in a Hell in a Cell match at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View in a few weeks, as that means that Kane will be locked inside the world’s most dangerous structure with the most dominating cage fighter in history, Brock Lesnar. The WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar continues to thank the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox for making tonight’s tag team main event where Lesnar will team up with Dolph Ziggler to take on the team of Kane and the Intercontinental Champion The Miz, as Brock will have a chance to get retribution on Kane early tonight. The lights then go out in the arena and when they come back on Kane is in the ring and proceeds to knock Lesnar out with the Money in the Bank briefcase.
Rating: C-

Divas Champ Alexa Bliss, Hamada & Jessie McKay vs. Raquel Diaz, Sexy Star & Cheerleader Melissa
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Alexa Bliss, Ayako Hamada and Jessie McKay defeated Raquel Diaz, Sexy Star and Cheerleader Melissa in 7:20 when Alexa Bliss defeated Sexy Star by pinfall. Road Dogg once again accompanied his client and good friend Alexa Bliss to ringside for this six-Diva tag team match as the Divas Champion Alexa Bliss teamed up with Ayako Hamada and Jessie McKay to take on the team of Raquel Diaz, Sexy Star and Cheerleader Melissa. Road Dogg offered vocal support throughout the match which may have been what led to Alexa Bliss pinning Sexy Star to pick up the win for her team.
Match Rating: D

Following her victory the WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss celebrates with Road Dogg in the ring whilst all of the other Divas head to the back, except for Raquel Diaz who attacks Alexa Bliss until Sasha Banks once again rushes to the ring to make the save.
Rating: F




Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The Bar versus Devil’s Advocates (Raines & Devlin)
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, The Bar defeated Devil's Advocates in 6:44 when Antonio Cesaro defeated Judas Devlin by pinfall with a Brogue Kick. Antonio Cesaro was really off his game tonight which led to Sheamus doing most of the heavy lifting for the WWE RAW Tag Team Champions in this non-title match including Sheamus hitting Judas Devlin with the Brogue Kick before tagging in Cesaro to crawl into the cover to pick up the win for his team.
Match Rating: D+


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 Matt Hardy tells Maddox that if Resurrection don’t win back the RAW Tag Team Championships from Sheamus and Cesaro at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View then they will call it a day as far as their team is concerned.
Rating: D-

Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Mason Ryan
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Pete Dunne defeated Mason Ryan in 7:04 by submission. Unfortunately Pete Dunne and Mason Ryan don’t seem to click as opponents and it made for an awkward bout tonight.
Match Rating: E

Following the conclusion of the match Pete Dunne begins to assault Mason Ryan and is soon joined in the ring by Danny Burch, Troy McClain and Leo Kruger who also join in with the beat down until Tyler Bate, Brodus Clay and Batista rush to the ring to make the save. Tyler Bate picks up a microphone and announces that at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View in a few weeks he will challenge Pete Dunne for the UK Championship.
Rating: F+

Seth Rollins versus Corey Graves
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Seth Rollins defeated Corey Graves in 9:40 by pinfall with a Phoenix Splash. The Monday Night RAW commentary team note that Seth Rollins has been promised new competition and will have an opponent at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View, to be announced next week on RAW.
Match Rating: C-

We cut backstage to find the WWE Intercontinental Champion the Miz looking into a camera. The Miz says that he has brought relevance back to the Intercontinental Championship and tonight he is back where he belongs, in the main event of Monday Night RAW. The Miz says that Dolph Ziggler is undeserving at a shot at the Intercontinental Championship and will prove it tonight.
Rating: D

Alberto Del Rio versus Derrick Bateman
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Alberto Del Rio defeated Derrick Bateman in 6:39 by submission with a Cross Armbreaker. X-Pac accompanied his client Alberto Del Rio to ringside.
Match Rating: D

We cut backstage to find the Miz, the WWE Intercontinental Champion, making final preparations before tonight’s main event when he is approached by Dolph Ziggler, who tells Miz that after he beats him tonight he will be coming for the Intercontinental Championship.
Rating: D+

Universal Champion Brock Lesnar & Dolph Ziggler vs. IC Champion The Miz & RAW’s Mr. MITB Kane
In a bout that had a good crowd and good action, Brock Lesnar and Dolph Ziggler defeated The Miz and Kane in 18:28 when Brock Lesnar defeated Kane by submission with a Kimura Lock. Kane was really off his game tonight which led to the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar forcing Kane to tap out to the Kimura Lock, winning the match for his team and building momentum heading into his title defence against Kane at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View.
Match Rating: C+

Post-Show: Santino Marella versus Roman Reigns
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Roman Reigns defeated Santino Marella in 13:19 by pinfall with a Spear. The Monday Night RAW commentary team remained at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D


Post-Show: Jason Jordan versus Dean Ambrose
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Dean Ambrose defeated Jason Jordan in 13:25 by pinfall with a Midnight Special. The Monday Night RAW commentary team also stayed at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D-

Final Show Rating: C-





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Thursday, Week 3, October, 2014


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


WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Adrian Neville © versus TJ Perkins
The state of 205 Live was thrown up in the air earlier today when the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle sent out a tweet declaring that he will be taking some time off from his duties as General Manager. Hornswoggle then made a WWE Cruiserweight Championship match for tonight in his final act, announcing that Adrian Neville will put his WWE Cruiserweight Championship on the line against TJ Perkins. With Neville currently scheduled to defend his title in a Triple Threat match against both Rey Mysterio and Enzo Amore at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View in a few weeks, Hornswoggle said that if TJ Perkins is victorious tonight then he will instead go on to defend the title at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View against Enzo Amore and Rey Mysterio. Hornswoggle also announced that an interim General Manager will be revealed tonight as well. The Fan Favourite TJ Perkins has been given a huge opportunity tonight to win the Cruiserweight Championship for the very first time and will likely have the entire WWE Universe on his side as he looks to pick up the all-important victory against the Cocky Cruiserweight Champion Neville. The Englishman Adrian Neville became the first Cruiserweight Champion of the 205 Live era back in June when he defeated Rich Swann to win the title. Since then Adrian Neville has gone on to make three successful title defences, all against Rey Mysterio on Pay-Per-Views, so tonight will be the first time in four months that the Cruiserweight Championship has been on the line on 205 Live and only the second time in history.

Chris Jericho versus Noam Dar
The “Cheeky Monkey” who is always popular with the WWE Universe and former four-time Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho will take on Noam Dar for the first time ever tonight on 205 Live. Having years of experience competing on both Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown, “Y2J” Chris Jericho is obviously the favourite to win this one and continue his winning streak since coming to 205 Live back in August, a winning streak that includes two non-title victories over the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville.





Tajiri versus JTG
Another former WWE Cruiserweight Champion, the Martial Artist and “Japanese Buzzsaw” Tajiri will be in action tonight on 205 Live as he will take on the “Gangsta” himself, JTG. Although Tajiri is undoubtedly more experienced than JTG, both of these Superstars have years of experience competing in front of the WWE Universe on both Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown. Tajiri arguably needs the win the most here, as many have questioned whether he still has what it takes as of late, including the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle.




Quick Picks:
WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Adrian Neville © versus TJ Perkins
Chris Jericho versus Noam Dar
Tajiri versus JTG



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WWE 205 Live (Live from Rahway Recreation Center (NJ), 1,386 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Chad Gable versus A.R. Fox
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Chad Gable defeated A.R. Fox in 18:01 by pinfall. Unfortunately this pre-show match was too long given who was involved with the WWE Universe in attendance not really caring for either Superstar despite Chad Gable in particular having had competed on 205 Live many times in the past few months, including main event matches including the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville. Nevertheless, Chad Gable was able to pick up the all-important victory here.
Match Rating: D-

Pre-Show: Rich Swann versus Tommaso Ciampa
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Tommaso Ciampa defeated Rich Swann in 18:04 by pinfall with a Project Ciampa. Unfortunately this match was also too long given who was involved with the WWE Universe in attendance not yet really knowing who Tommaso Ciampa is despite him having previously competed on 205 Live. This pre-show match goes the distance and Rich Swann, the Fan Favourite tries his best to get the WWE Universe in attendance behind him but ultimately it’s Tommaso Ciampa that leaves victorious in this one after hitting Rich Swann with his Project Ciampa finishing maneuver.
Match Rating: E








Tonight’s edition of 205 Live kicks off with the 205 Live commentary team of Scott Stanford, John “Bradshaw” Layfield and the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman recapping the announcement from earlier today that the 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle will be taking some time off and a new interim General Manager will be named. John “Bradshaw” Layfield then picks up a microphone and announces to the WWE Universe that he is the new 205 Live General Manager. JBL then puts down the microphone and sits back down at the broadcast table where his colleagues Scott Stanford and Billy Kidman seem surprised at the news. Ricardo Rodriguez then makes his way to the ring. Rodriguez takes a microphone from the ringside area and says that he would like to introduce his clients, the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and the man chiseled from granite, Oliver Grey. The “British Ambition” pairing of the Cruiserweight Champion Neville and Oliver Grey then join Rodriguez in the ring and Neville is handed a microphone. Neville says that as the King of the Cruiserweights, he speaks for everyone when he says that he is glad to see the back of Hornswoggle as General Manager. Neville says that in Hornswoggle’s last act as General Manager he made a Cruiserweight Championship match for tonight as Neville will put his title on the line against TJ Perkins. The Cocky Cruiserweight Champion Neville says that he will dispose of TJ Perkins tonight before going on to the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View in just a few weeks and defeating both Enzo Amore and the masked coward known as Rey Mysterio in their Triple Threat match to once again retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. The trio of Neville, Oliver Grey and Ricardo Rodriguez then leave the ring and head to the back together as 205 Live heads to its first commercial break of the evening.
Rating: E+

Chris Jericho versus Noam Dar
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Chris Jericho defeated Noam Dar in 8:05 by submission with a Walls of Jericho. Unfortunately Chris Jericho and Noam Dar just don’t seem to click at all as opponents and it showed in their respective performances here. Ultimately Chris Jericho got the win after forcing Noam Dar to submit to the Walls of Jericho.
Match Rating: D

We cut backstage following a commercial break to find TJ Perkins preparing for tonight’s WWE Cruiserweight Championship main event when he is approached by Enzo Amore. The “Little Guido” from the Tri-State area Enzo Amore tells TJ Perkins that he has no chance of beating Adrian Neville to become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion tonight, and that it will be Enzo Amore who will go on to take the title from Adrian Neville at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. Enzo Amore then walks away laughing with TJ Perkins left looking even more determined ahead of tonight’s main event.
Rating: E


Tajiri versus JTG
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Tajiri defeated JTG in 7:14 by pinfall with a Buzzsaw Kick. The 205 Live commentary team all agree that this was a necessary win for Tajiri tonight after a recent string of defeats for the “Japanese Buzzsaw” and Martial Artist Tajiri. The new 205 Live General Manager JBL notes on commentary that perhaps this could turn Tajiri’s momentum around and he could eventually see himself on a winning streak and getting into title contention.
Match Rating: E+

Following a commercial break we cut backstage to find an argument going on between Buddy Murphy and Simon Gotch, who tells Buddy Murphy that he might be considered as just a “Sidekick” here on 205 Live but at least he doesn’t smell and is looked down at like a “Bum” just like Buddy Murphy. The Australian Buddy Murphy replies that it doesn’t matter what he looks or smells like, all he cares about is winning matches and eventually becoming Cruiserweight Champion. Buddy Murphy then walks away leaving Simon Gotch still dry-heaving at the smell.
Rating: E-

We cut to another backstage area to find Chad Gable leaving the shower and packing his bags when he is approached by Chavo Guerrero who says it’s time to teach Chad Gable a lesson. Chavo then tries to attack Gable but Gable moves out of the way leaving Chavo running into the wall as Gable quickly takes his things and leaves.
Rating: E-

TJ Perkins comes to the ring for tonight’s WWE Cruiserweight Championship main event match and is joined by Rich Swann. TJ asks JBL if he can have Rich Swann at ringside with him as Neville will likely have Ricardo Rodriguez and his “British Ambition” tag team partner Oliver Grey with him. However, JBL denies the request and Rich Swann is forced to head to the back as the WWE Universe boo the decision from the new 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield.
Rating: D-

WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Adrian Neville © versus TJ Perkins
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Adrian Neville defeated TJ Perkins in 14:25 by pinfall with a 450° Splash. Adrian Neville makes defence number 4 of his WWE Cruiserweight title. Ricardo Rodriguez accompanied Neville to the ring as Neville retains his title again.
Match Rating: D+


Final Show Rating: D



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


Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal versus R-Truth
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 Jinder Mahal take on R-Truth in non-title action. In just a few weeks at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Jinder Mahal will look to make the first successful defence of his WWE Championship when he defends the title against AJ Styles at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View in a Hell in a Cell match. Whilst claiming to still be a Rock Star, the Jinder Mahal of the past few months is much more aggressive than the one who the WWE Universe witnessed as a part of 3MB for the past few years and last week Jinder Mahal told the WWE Universe that he would bring prestige back to the WWE Championship after it being in the hands of Americans for too long. An all-important victory for R-Truth in tonight’s main event may well lead to Truth getting a future shot at the WWE Championship.

WWE United States Championship: Bobby Roode © versus Xavier Woods
Last month at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View Bobby Roode defeated the former United States Champion Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, Dolph Ziggler and Baron Corbin in a Fatal Five-Way match to become the new WWE United States Champion and continuing the winning streak he has been on since he first showed up in NXT back in July, and becoming the new US Champion in his first ever match on the main roster. Tonight Bobby Roode will put his US Championship on the line for the first time against the challenge of Xavier Woods.

Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu
The WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Jimmy and Jey Uso will be in action tonight on SmackDown as they will take on Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu in non-title competition. We learnt last week on SmackDown that Jimmy and Jey will put their WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships on the line against the former Champions Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View later this month.

Ryback versus Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens
Kevin Owens, the holder of the Friday Night SmackDown Money in the Bank briefcase, will be in action tonight on SmackDown as he will take on the former WWE Intercontinental Champion Ryback.

Kofi Kingston versus Rene Dupree
Before he joins his tag team partner Big E Langston to challenge Jimmy and Jey Uso for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View later this month, Kofi Kingston will take on Rene Dupree tonight on Friday Night SmackDown.

WWE Women’s Champion Naomi and Mickie James versus Paige and Maxine
Finally, Women’s division action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown will see the WWE Women’s Champion Naomi team up with the former multiple-time WWE Women’s Champion Mickie James to take on the team of Paige and Maxine. At the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View in a few weeks Naomi will put her WWE Women’s Championship on the line against Natalya and Rain in a Triple Threat match and just last week on SmackDown Naomi had a stare-down with Rain before leaving the ring which led to Natalya attacking Rain from behind. Naomi has impressed the WWE Universe since becoming Women’s Champion and embracing her Native American roots.




Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal versus R-Truth
WWE United States Championship: Bobby Roode © versus Xavier Woods
Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu
Ryback versus Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens
Kofi Kingston versus Rene Dupree
WWE Women’s Champion Naomi and Mickie James versus Paige and Maxine



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WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (Live from Mario Morales Coliseum (PR), 5,500 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Summer Rae versus Portia Perez
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Summer Rae defeated Portia Perez in 17:48 by pinfall. Unfortunately a pretty vocal crowd didn’t seem particularly thrilled with seeing Summer Rae wrestle tonight. It would appear that large sections of the WWE Universe in attendance felt that Summer Rae is not yet ready for the main roster and that she should probably spend more time down in NXT before competing on Monday Night RAW or Friday Night SmackDown. Nevertheless, Summer Rae picks up the all-important victory here after pinning her opponent Portia Perez.
Match Rating: E

Pre-Show: Money Most Wanted (Ted DiBiase & Braden Walker) versus The Rhodes Dynasty
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Money Most Wanted defeated The Rhodes Dynasty in 17:41 when Ted DiBiase defeated Goldust by pinfall with a Dream Street. Stardust seemed off his game tonight in this pre-show tag team match which led to the Money Most Wanted pairing of Ted DiBiase and Braden Walker focusing their offence on Stardust for the majority of the match until Stardust was able to get the tag to Goldust only for Goldust to get pinned by Ted DiBiase following the Dream Street.
Match Rating: D+

Pre-Show: John Cena versus Colin Cassady
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, John Cena defeated Colin Cassady in 17:48 by submission with an STF. Unfortunately John Cena and Colin Cassady don’t seem to click as opponents and it made for an awkward bout here.
Match Rating: D



Friday Night SmackDown kicks off with the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal making his way to the ring. Mahal receives a chorus of boos and jeers from the WWE Universe as he enters the ring and retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Jinder Mahal says that he may have had some comments taken out of context last week when he ran down the United States of America. Jinder Mahal says that he is still a “Rockstar” living a “Rockstar” lifestyle in the United States of America but that it isn’t the US he has a problem with, more the lazy American citizens that represent it. Jinder Mahal says that the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie has done him a favour tonight by giving him a non-title main event match against one of the worst Americans in history, and a complete stereotype of idiotic Americans in R-Truth. However, Jinder Mahal says that he finds it unfair that whilst Jinder will once again be in action in tonight’s main event, his challenger for the WWE Championship at Hell in a Cell AJ Styles is once again given the night off from in-ring competition. AJ Styles then comes to the ring and grabs the microphone from Mahal and tells him that at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View they will both enter their first Hell in a Cell match and that AJ Styles will prove that he is the superior athlete and the superior man when he beats Jinder Mahal to become the new WWE Champion. Jinder Mahal then scowls at AJ before leaving the ring and heading to the back.
Rating: D-

WWE Women’s Champion Naomi and Mickie James versus Paige and Maxine
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Naomi and Mickie James defeated Paige and Maxine in 6:31 when Naomi defeated Maxine by pinfall with Nightfalls. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team of Josh Mathews, Joey Styles and Matt Striker note that at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View later this month Naomi will put her Women’s Championship on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Natalya and Rain.
Match Rating: D

Following her victory Naomi celebrates in front of the WWE Universe whilst the other competitors head to the back. Rain then comes to the ring and stares down Naomi until Natalya also joins them in the ring. Rain backs off and leaves the ring before Natalya slaps Naomi across the face, gesturing that she wants the Women’s Championship at Hell in a Cell before also heading to the back.
Rating: E







WWE United States Championship: Bobby Roode © versus Xavier Woods
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Bobby Roode defeated Xavier Woods in 10:48 by submission with a Fujiwara Armbar. Bobby Roode makes defence number 1 of his WWE United States title. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Xavier Woods put up a good fight tonight in what was Roode’s first successful title defence.
Match Rating: C-

Following his victory the US Champion Bobby Roode celebrates over a fallen Xavier Woods before heading to the back. Xavier Woods eventually gets to his feet to a decent ovation from the WWE Universe who applaud his efforts before Randy Orton rushes to the ring and drops Xavier Woods with an RKO.
Rating: D-

Ryback versus Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Kevin Owens defeated Ryback in 8:26 by pinfall with a Package Piledriver. Kevin Owens seemed off his game tonight but Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank was still able to get the win over Ryback.
Match Rating: C

Following his victory Kevin Owens celebrates in the ring with his Money in the Bank briefcase before the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal comes to the entrance-way with a microphone and once again warns Kevin Owens not to cash in his briefcase against Jinder, saying that Owens should watch as Jinder beats R-Truth tonight and then goes on to beat AJ Styles at Hell in a Cell.
Rating: D+

We see Asuka backstage applying her mask when she is once again approached from behind by Carmella. Asuka turns around just in time and begins screaming at Carmella in Japanese but some English words can be heard, most notably “Hell in a Cell”. Carmella agrees to the apparent challenge and the two women will go one on one at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View.
Rating: F+

Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, The Uso's defeated Trent & Yoshi in 7:25 when Jimmy Uso defeated Yoshi Tatsu by pinfall with an Alley-Us. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Jimmy and Jey Uso will go on to defend their WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships against Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View.
Match Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find Big E Langston and Xavier Woods in the office of the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie. Big E says that after granting him and Kofi a shot at the Tag Team Championships, Eva Marie should also give Xavier Woods a chance to get revenge on Randy Orton following his attack earlier tonight. Kelly Kelly then walks into the room and both Big E and Xavier get distracted by Kelly which leaves a furious Eva Marie to order everyone to leave her office.
Rating: D+

Kofi Kingston versus Rene Dupree
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Kofi Kingston defeated René Duprée in 7:05 by pinfall with a Trouble in Paradise. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that this was an impressive win for Kofi tonight as his partner Big E Langston was busy in the office of Eva Marie.
Match Rating: C-

We cut backstage to find Braden Walker in discussion with his Money Most Wanted tag team partner Ted DiBiase. Braden Walker tells DiBiase that he’s not sure if their tag team is working and one more loss could be it for their tag team.
Rating: E+

Braden Walker and Ted DiBiase remain backstage and both appear to feel a chill before Erick Rowan walks into the room. Erick Rowan announces that Money Most Wanted will not be able to go out on their own terms as he announces that they will face Rowan and Luke Harper at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View.
Rating: E

Braden Walker and Ted DiBiase look worried at the recent announcement before Luke Harper walks joins Rowan and announces that they will now be known as the Bludgeon Brothers. Harper says that he and Rowan will destroy Money Most Wanted at Hell in a Cell before going on to become the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions. The door then opens and Tamina walks in but after seeing the sight of the Bludgeon Brothers she quickly leaves again. Harper and Rowan then smile at a scared looking Walker and DiBiase as SmackDown heads to a commercial break.
Rating: E

Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal versus R-Truth
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Jinder Mahal defeated R-Truth in 13:31 by pinfall with a Karachi Valley Driver. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that the WWE World Heavyweight Champion looked aggressive here as he heads towards his Hell in a Cell match against AJ Styles.
Match Rating: D

Post-Show: Christian versus Drake Younger
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Christian defeated Drake Younger in 12:55 by pinfall. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team remain at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D-

Post-Show: Big Show versus Heath Slater
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Big Show defeated Heath Slater in 13:25 by pinfall with a Choke Slam. Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat accompanied Big Show to the ring for this one.
Match Rating: D


Final Show Rating: D+





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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 by 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 Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Brock Lesnar will put his WWE Universal Championship on the line in a Hell in a Cell match against the masked monster Kane, who will be cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase. Last week on RAW the WWE Universe witnessed Brock Lesnar force Kane to tap out in the tag team main event as Brock Lesnar teamed with Dolph Ziggler to defeat Kane and the Miz. Brock Lesnar will be looking to pick up the all-important victory again tonight against Ohno to build momentum heading into his battle with Kane this Sunday.

Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The Bar versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
The WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro, known to the WWE Universe as the Bar, will take on the team of Jack Swagger and Tensai in non-title action tonight on Monday Night RAW just six days before the Bar put their WWE RAW Tag Team Championships on the line against the former Champions, the Resurrection pairing of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows, this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View.

Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz versus Uncle Elgin
The WWE Intercontinental Champion the Miz will take on a Superstar making his Monday Night RAW debut tonight, Uncle Elgin, in non-title action. We last saw Elgin in action back in August with a loss to Bray Wyatt on Friday Night SmackDown.

Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Sugar Dunkerton
Last week on Monday Night RAW Tyler Bate told the WWE Universe that he will once again challenge Pete Dunne for the WWE United Kingdom Championship at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View this Sunday, but before that Pete Dunne will be in non-title action against Sugar Dunkerton tonight on RAW.

Zack Ryder versus Monday Night RAW’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kane
The masked “Knockout Artist” Kane will cash in his Monday Night RAW Money in the Bank briefcase this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View as he will challenge Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship in a Hell in a Cell match. However, before then Kane will take on Zack Ryder tonight on Monday Night RAW.

WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, Evie and Brie Bella versus Raquel Diaz, Rosa Mendes and Kharma
Six-Diva tag team action tonight on Monday Night RAW will see the WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss team up with Brie Bella and Evie to take on the team of Raquel Diaz, Rosa Mendes and Kharma. This Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Alexa Bliss will put her WWE Divas Championship on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Raquel Diaz and Sasha Banks. In recent weeks Alexa Bliss has been attacked by Raquel Diaz on RAW only for Sasha Banks to make the save, and Alexa Bliss will have a chance to impress the WWE Universe as well as get revenge on Raquel Diaz when they are on opposing sides tonight.





Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar versus Kassius Ohno
Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The Bar versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz versus Uncle Elgin
Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne versus Sugar Dunkerton
Zack Ryder versus Monday Night RAW’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kane
WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, Evie and Brie Bella versus Raquel Diaz, Rosa Mendes and Kharma


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WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from Mario Morales Coliseum (PR) 5,500 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: AJ Lee versus Cheerleader Melissa
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, AJ Lee defeated Cheerleader Melissa in 18:13 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 really caring about Cheerleader Melissa despite her having competed in matches on Monday Night RAW over the past year. Nevertheless, AJ Lee picks up the all-important victory in this pre-show match that goes the distance after hitting Cheerleader Melissa with the Shining Wizard.
Match Rating: D

Pre-Show: International Explosion (Zayn & Nakajima) vs. Resurrection (Matt Hardy & Luke Gallows)
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Resurrection defeated International Explosion in 18:05 when Matt Hardy defeated Sami Zayn by pinfall with a Twist of Fate. The Monday Night RAW commentary team of Michael Cole, Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler take up their position at ringside prior to this tag team match taking place that sees the Resurrection pairing of Matt Hardy and Luke Gallows victorious after Matt Hardy pins Sami Zayn following the Twist of Fate.
Match Rating: D+

Pre-Show: Alberto Del Rio versus Matt Morgan
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Alberto Del Rio defeated Matt Morgan in 18:25 by submission with a Cross Armbreaker. X-Pac accompanied his client Alberto Del Rio to ringside for this one and offered vocal support throughout the match which led to Del Rio getting the win.
Match Rating: C



Tonight’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 enters the ring and retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Brock Lesnar says that he has come out without his in-ring mentor Billy Gunn tonight as he wants to address his challenger for the WWE Universal Championship this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View in a Hell in a Cell match, Kane, personally. Brock says that Kane may be a monster, he may be masked and might have attacked Brock for the past few weeks on RAW, but that when Brock Lesnar made Kane tap out in last week’s tag team main event he proved that Kane is making the biggest mistake of his career by choosing to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase against Brock Lesnar this Sunday. Lesnar continues by saying that he advises Kane to watch tonight’s RAW main event when the Monday Night RAW General Manager Brad Maddox has given Kassius Ohno the misfortune of facing Brock Lesnar in a non-title match. The lights then go out in the arena and when they come back on Kane is standing in the ring. Kane picks up Brock Lesnar suddenly and drops him with the Tombstone Piledriver before laughing as RAW heads to its first commercial break of the evening.
Rating: C-

WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, Evie and Brie Bella versus Raquel Diaz, Rosa Mendes and Kharma
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Alexa Bliss, Evie and Brie Bella defeated Raquel Diaz, Rosa Mendes and Kharma in 6:44 when Alexa Bliss defeated Rosa Mendes by pinfall. Road Dogg accompanied his client, the WWE Divas Champion Alexa Bliss, to ringside for this match. Road Dogg offered vocal support throughout this six-Diva tag team match which may have been what led to Alexa Bliss picking up the win for her team after she pinned Rosa Mendes. The WWE Universe in attendance seemed to enjoy seeing Road Dogg and Alexa Bliss once again wins as she heads towards her title defence this Sunday.
Match Rating: D-

After the match Alexa Bliss celebrates with her manager Road Dogg as the other Divas head to the back, except for Raquel Diaz who runs back into the ring and attacks Alexa Bliss before Sasha Banks rushes to the ring to make the save. This Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Alexa Bliss will put her title on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Raquel Diaz and Sasha Banks.
Rating: F





Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz versus Uncle Elgin
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, The Miz defeated Uncle Elgin in 7:24 by pinfall with a Skull Crushing Finale. The Monday Night RAW commentary team announce that this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View the Miz will put his Intercontinental Championship on the line against Dolph Ziggler.
Match Rating: C

We cut backstage to see Dolph Ziggler celebrating the news that he will challenge the Miz for the Intercontinental Championship this Sunday by opening a bottle of champagne just as Sexy Star walks by, and Sexy Star gets covered in the champagne and looks angry but Ziggler continues to celebrate by walking off.
Rating: D-

Non-Title: WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The Bar versus Jack Swagger and Tensai
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Bar defeated Swagger & Tensai in 8:08 when Antonio Cesaro defeated Jack Swagger by pinfall with a Brogue Kick. Robbie Brookside accompanied 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 and saw the Bar victorious after Sheamus hit Swagger with the Brogue Kick before Cesaro crawled into the cover.
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, who tells them that if they fail to beat the Bar this Sunday to win back the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships, then they will be forced to disband as a team.
Rating: D-

Zack Ryder versus Monday Night RAW’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kane
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Kane defeated Zack Ryder in 7:44 by pinfall with a Chokeslam. The Monday Night RAW commentary team note that Kane looked dominant tonight just six days before he challenges Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship inside Hell in a Cell.
Match Rating: D+

Mason Ryan makes his way to the ring but before he can say anything he is interrupted by Dean Ambrose, who enters the ring and announces that the Shield of Roman Reigns, William Regal and Dean Ambrose now have a new member of the family. Braun Strowman then joins Ambrose in the ring and Ambrose announces that he and Strowman will be teaming up using the name” Asylum” and are looking for a team to face this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. Mason Ryan says that his tag team partner Batista isn’t here tonight but that he will be back this Sunday and Mason Ryan accepts the challenge on behalf of his team. Asylum then begin to attack Mason Ryan until Seth Rollins rushes to the ring to make the save. Asylum flee the ring and head to the back as Rollins picks up the microphone and says that he has been told that this opponent this Sunday will be Andrade “Cien” Almas. Rollins says that he will beat Almas this Sunday and then he’s looking for Championship gold.
Rating: D-

Non-Title: WWE United Kingdom Pete Dunne versus Sugar Dunkerton
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Pete Dunne defeated Sugar Dunkerton in 7:22 by submission. Unfortunately Pete Dunne was really off his game tonight but he was still able to get the win here.
Match Rating: E+

After the conclusion of the match Pete Dunne starts to attack Sugar Dunkerton and he is soon joined by Danny Burch, Troy McClain and Leo Kruger who join in on the attack until Tyler Bate, Fatsuhiko Nakajima and Sami Zayn rush to t eh ring to make the save. Pete Dunne and his cronies leave the ring as Pete Dunne is warned by Tyler Bate that Bate will beat Dunne to regain the UK Championship this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View.
Rating: F

Roman Reigns comes to the ring and says that he is pleased to have Dean Ambrose and Braun Strowman representing the Shield this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View but that Reigns would also like to have a match. The lights then go out in the arena and when they come back on Bray Wyatt is standing in the ring, and he says that the challenge is accepted and Reigns and Wyatt will go one on one this Sunday.
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 13:45 by submission with a Kimura Lock. The Monday Night RAW commentary team note that Brock looked great tonight as he heads towards his title defence against Kane inside Hell in a Cell this Sunday.
Match Rating: C+


Post-Show: Rob Van Dam versus Curt Hawkins
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Rob Van Dam defeated Curt Hawkins in 12:53 by pinfall with a Five Star Frog Splash. Rob Van Dam and Curt Hawkins have great chemistry as opponents and it showed in their performances and lifted the match. The Monday Night RAW commentary team stay at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: E+

Post-Show: Santino Marella versus Kenny King
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Santino Marella defeated Kenny King in 12:35 by pinfall with The Cobra. The Monday Night RAW commentary team also stay at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D-


Final Show Rating: C-





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The following contests are confirmed to take place at tonight’s NXT Reckless Abandon:



NXT Championship: Curtis Axel © versus Eric Young versus Kyle O’Reilly
The main event of tonight’s NXT Reckless Abandon special event will see the NXT Champion Curtis Axel put his NXT Championship on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Eric Young and Kyle O’Reilly. A former WWE World Heavyweight Champion with years of experience on both Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown and known to the NXT Universe as “Generation Next” due to being a third-generation Superstar, the son of the late great “Mr. Perfect” Curt Hennig, Curtis Axel became the NXT Champion back in April at NXT Falling Apart when he defeated the former Champion Justin Gabriel. Since then Axel has gone on to make four successful title defences, including two victories over Ezekiel Jackson as well as victories over Bray Wyatt and, most recently Drew McIntyre back in August. Curtis Axel’s opponents tonight are both making their debut competing inside the NXT Arena after having recently been signed by the NXT General Manager Jim Cornette, and both Eric Young and Kyle O’Reilly will likely be doing all they can to pick up the all-important victory and leave as the new NXT Champion.

NXT North American Title: Ezekiel Jackson © vs. Aiden English vs. Wesley Blake vs. Dustin Rayz
It was announced earlier today on Twitter by the NXT General Manager Jim Cornette that due to the ever-increasing popularity of NXT and signing talent from Canada such as Eric Young and Kyle O’Reilly, that the growth of NXT as a brand has expanded much further than just the NXT Arena, and for that reason the NXT Arena Championship has been renamed the NXT North American Championship. NXT is now a global brand and NXT UK has recently began over in the United Kingdom, the results of the first few shows will also be announced tonight. Ezekiel Jackson will put his NXT North American Championship on the line tonight in a Fatal Four-Way match against Aiden English, Wesley Blake and Dustin Rayz.




Johnny Gargano, Alesteir Black & Scott Dawson vs. Drew McIntyre, Alexander Rusev & Sunny Dhinsa
A huge six-man tag team match tonight at NXT Reckless Abandon will see Johnny Gargano team up with the debuting Alesteir Black and the hard-hitting “No Gimmick Needed” Scott Dawson to take on the trio of Drew McIntyre, Alexander Rusev and Sunny Dhinsa. All six of these competitors will be looking to do all they can to impress the NXT Universe inside what is sure to be a sold out NXT Arena as well as the NXT General Manager Jim Cornette. Making his debut tonight is Alesteir Black, a Dutch athlete who claims to be an “Alien Invader” and is planning on coming to NXT to take it for his own and make everyone else “fade to black”.

Sin Cara versus Evan Bourne
The high-flying “Every-Man” who seems to believe he is one of the people, Evan Bourne, will also make his NXT debut tonight as he will take on the masked “Gangsta” of NXT Sin Cara. We last saw Evan Bourne on Monday Night RAW back in August when he was defeated by Kane and Bourne will be looking to rebuild his career on NXT.

Steven Walters versus Adam Pearce
Coming off of a Triple Threat victory against Leavine and Wesley Blake last month at NXT Instant Classic II, Steven Walters will return to action tonight against the first ever NXT Arena Champion Adam Pearce.

Boone Sparrow versus Samuel Stewart
Two recent graduates of the WWE Performance Center will go head to head tonight as Boone Sparrow, a Big Heavyweight from North Carolina, will take on Samuel Stewart, who is making his NXT debut tonight.

Athena versus Audrey Marie
On a night of debuts, a woman who is sure to be a Fan Favourite of the NXT Universe, Athena, will make her NXT Arena debut tonight as she will take on Audrey Marie. The Country Girl Audrey Marie will likely be the most confident heading into this one having spent the past few years competing in front of the WWE Universe on Monday Night RAW.








Quick Picks:
NXT Championship: Curtis Axel © versus Eric Young versus Kyle O’Reilly
NXT North American Title: Ezekiel Jackson © vs. Aiden English vs. Wesley Blake vs. Dustin Rayz
Johnny Gargano, Alesteir Black & Scott Dawson vs. Drew McIntyre, Alexander Rusev & Sunny Dhinsa
Sin Cara versus Evan Bourne
Steven Walters versus Adam Pearce
Boone Sparrow versus Samuel Stewart
Athena versus Audrey Marie




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NXT Reckless Abandon (Live from Universal Sound Stage 21 (FL) 1,400 in Attendance)

Boone Sparrow versus Samuel Stewart
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Samuel Stewart defeated Boone Sparrow in 7:22 by submission with a Crossface. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette welcomes us to tonight’s NXT Reckless Abandon event as the sole announcer and our first match of the evening sees two WWE Performance Center graduates go head to head in a match that ends with Samuel Stewart picking up the all-important victory in his NXT debut after forcing Boone Sparrow to tap out to the Crossface.
Match Rating: F+

Athena versus Audrey Marie
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Audrey Marie defeated Athena in 8:13 by pinfall with a Shining Wizard. Athena receives a great reception from the NXT Universe in attendance inside the NXT Arena as she makes her way to the ring for her NXT debut match tonight and it is clear that she is already a Fan Favourite in the eyes of many. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette says on commentary that with the influx of new female talent coming to NXT from both the independent scene as well as from Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown there could eventually be a reintroduction of the NXT Women’s Championship, a title that was last held by one half of the NXT Tag Team Champions Eve Torres before being retired due to a lack of challengers. Audrey Marie has experience on the main roster competing in front of the WWE Universe and it shows and the “Country Girl”, who wore a cowboy hat on the way to the ring, Audrey Marie ends up getting the win here after hitting a Shining Wizard.
Match Rating: D






Steven Walters versus Adam Pearce
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Steven Walters defeated Adam Pearce in 12:53 by pinfall with a DDT. Neither Steven Walters nor Adam Pearce receive a positive reaction from the NXT Universe in attendance inside the NXT Arena as they make their way to the ring, which Adam Pearce being booed for acting like an “Old School Heel” and the fans still not really knowing what to think of Steven Walters who doesn’t seem to have much of a personality. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette notes on commentary that the NXT Universe are starting to get behind Steven Walters by the end of the match and Walters ends up getting the win over the first ever NXT Arena Champion after hitting Pearce with a DDT.
Match Rating: E+

Johnny Gargano, Alesteir Black & Scott Dawson vs. Drew McIntyre, Alexander Rusev & Sunny Dhinsa
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Drew McIntyre, Alexander Rusev and Sunny Dhinsa defeated Johnny Gargano, Alesteir Black and Scott Dawson in 18:05 when Drew McIntyre defeated Scott Dawson by pinfall with a Futureshock DDT. The “Alien Invader” Alesteir Black is making his NXT Arena debut tonight and competing in front of the NXT Universe for the very first time. He comes to the ring mysteriously with an alien mask over his head and seemingly acting very curious about the environment around him. Johnny Gargano, despite being Cocky, seems to be loved by the NXT Universe and Scott Dawson soon takes control of the match for his team with his hard-hitting, No Gimmick Needed style. Eventually the former WWE Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre gets into the match and cleans house for his team before hitting the Futureshock DDT on Scott Dawson to win the match for his team of international stars.
Match Rating: D


NXT North American Title: Ezekiel Jackson © vs. Aiden English vs. Wesley Blake vs. Dustin Rayz
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Ezekiel Jackson defeated Aiden English, Wesley Blake and Dustin Rayz in 8:08 when Ezekiel Jackson defeated Dustin Rayz by pinfall with a Book of Ezekiel. Ezekiel Jackson makes defence number seven of his NXT North American title. This Fatal Four-Way match for the renamed NXT North American Championship sees Ezekiel Jackson be a complete Bad Ass and dominate the majority of the match despite the NXT Universe in attendance inside the NXT Arena backing Aiden English to pick up the upset win. Ezekiel pins Dustin Rayz to retain his title again.
Match Rating: D

Sin Cara versus Evan Bourne
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, Sin Cara defeated Evan Bourne in 7:24 by pinfall with a Moonsault. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette notes on commentary that Evan Bourne is competing in front of the NXT Universe inside the NXT Arena for the very first time tonight after having spent the past few years competing in front of the WWE Universe on Monday Night RAW. Evan Bourne seems to see himself as an Every-Man and one of the people, but it appears that those in attendance saw this as a bit fake and were on the side of the masked “Gangsta” of NXT Sin Cara throughout this match, which ended after Sin Cara pinned Bourne following a Moonsault.
Match Rating: C-

Highlights are shown of the first ever NXT UK Glory Days touring show earlier this month that saw Sebastian Knight defeat Damien Black to become the first ever NXT UK Midlands Heavyweight Champion and Rigour Mortis defeating Franco in the main event to become the first ever NXT UK British Heavyweight Champion.

NXT Championship: Curtis Axel © versus Eric Young versus Kyle O’Reilly
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Curtis Axel defeated Eric Young and Kyle O’Reilly in 13:45 when Curtis Axel defeated Eric Young by pinfall with a Perfect Plex. Curtis Axel makes defence number five of his NXT Championship. The NXT General Manager Jim Cornette does in-ring introductions prior to tonight’s NXT Championship Triple Threat main event match before returning to the commentary table to witness Curtis Axel retain his NXT Championship in a great main event after pinning Eric Young.
Match Rating: C

Final Show Rating: C



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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 TJ Perkins and Rich Swann
The main event of tonight’s edition of WWE 205 Live was announced earlier today via a tweet sent out by the 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield and will see the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville team up with his “British Ambition” tag team partner Oliver Grey to take on the team of TJ Perkins and Rich Swann. Last week’s 205 Live main event saw Adrian Neville defend his WWE Cruiserweight Championship against TJ Perkins in the final match made by the now former 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle. At the start of the evening last week 205 Live commentary team member John “Bradshaw” Layfield announced to the WWE Universe that he was the new 205 Live General Manager. Prior to last week’s main event match TJ Perkins came to the ring with his good friend and fellow Fan Favourite Rich Swann. TJ Perkins asked JBL at if Rich Swann could accompany TJ at ringside for the main event as Adrian Neville would have his personal ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez with him, but JBL rejected the request and sent Rich Swann to the back. Adrian Neville was then successful in beating TJ Perkins and retaining the Cruiserweight Championship, but an all-important victory for TJ Perkins and Rich Swann in tag team action tonight could well lead to one or both of them receiving a future title opportunity.

Tajiri versus Enzo Amore
This Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Enzo Amore will join the masked Rey Mysterio in challenging Adrian Neville for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship in a Triple Threat match. Before then, however, the “Guido” from the Tri-State area Enzo Amore will take on former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Tajiri tonight on 205 Live. Despite rubbing the WWE Universe the wrong way with his egotistical rants about how is the best in the division, Enzo Amore is undefeated since coming to 205 Live from Friday Night SmackDown and holds victories over the likes of Chad Gable, Rich Swann and TJ Perkins.





Chris Jericho versus Chavo Guerrero
Finally, the “Cheeky Monkey” beloved by the entire WWE Universe and former Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho will be in action tonight on 205 Live when he takes on a fellow former Cruiserweight Champion in Chavo Guerrero. “Latino Heat” Chavo Guerrero last faced Jericho back in June on Monday Night RAW with Jericho picking up the win. Chavo Guerrero hasn’t won a match since his victory over Tajiri back at the start of August.




Quick Picks:
WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey versus TJ Perkins and Rich Swann
Tajiri versus Enzo Amore
Chris Jericho versus Chavo Guerrero



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WWE 205 Live (Live from La Puntilla Arena (PR), 1,076 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Chad Gable versus A.R. Fox
In an extremely poor match, Chad Gable defeated A.R. Fox in 18:04 by submission. Unfortunately this match was too long given who was involved with the WWE Universe still not really caring about A.R. Fox despite him having previously appeared on 205 Live. Ultimately it was the former USA Olympian Chad Gable, who competed in the 2012 Olympic Games in London two years ago before going to Mexico to learn the art of being a luchadore, who picked up the all-important victory here after forcing A.R. Fox to submit.
Match Rating: D-















Tonight’s edition of 205 Live kicks off with the 205 Live commentary team of Scott Stanford, the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman and the 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield welcoming the television audience to the show and announcing that tonight’s tag team main event will see the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville team up with his “British Ambition” tag team partner Oliver Grey to take on the team of TJ Perkins and Rich Swann. Ricardo Rodriguez then makes his way to the ring to a chorus of boos and jeers from the WWE Universe in attendance as he retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Ricardo Rodriguez says that he would like to introduce his clients, the WWE Cruiserweight Champion and “King of the Cruiserweights” Adrian Neville as well as the man chiseled from stone, Oliver Grey. The “British Ambition” pairing of Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey then come to the ring with Neville looking as Cocky as ever as he is handed the microphone from his personal ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez. Neville says that this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View he will beat both the masked coward Rey Mysterio as well as the arrogant little “Guido” Enzo Amore in their Triple Threat match to once again retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. Adrian Neville says that since becoming the Cruiserweight Champion back in June he has already retained the title against Rey Mysterio on several occasions and just last week in the main event retained the title again against the “Fan Favourite” TJ Perkins. Adrian Neville says that he is very happy to see the back of the former 205 Live General Manager Hornswoggle who Neville says made a mockery of the Cruiserweight Championship by being the last one to hold it before the inception of 205 Live and that Hornswoggle was an inept General Manager as well. Neville says that he is much more confident in the future of 205 Live under the leadership of the new General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield and says that he is excited that he and Oliver Grey have been given the opportunity to take on and defeat the perennial losers TJ Perkins and Rich Swann in tonight’s tag team main event. Neville says that JBL made the right decision in removing Rich Swann from ringside last week and that Neville and Grey will teach some respect into both Rich Swann and TJ Perkins tonight. Neville, Grey and Rodriguez then leave the ring together and head to the back as 205 Live heads to its first commercial break of the evening.
Rating: E

Tajiri versus Enzo Amore
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Enzo Amore defeated Tajiri in 8:28 by submission. Unfortunately Enzo Amore is starting to become a little stale in his current role. It would appear that many members of the WWE Universe are already getting sick of Enzo’s “Guido” routine. Nevertheless Enzo Amore gets the win here after forcing Tajiri to submit.
Match Rating: E+

(Dean Malenko feels that the fans have become a little bored with Enzo Amore and that perhaps a turn or a gimmick change would freshen him up and give him a boost.)

The 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield gets up from the broadcast table following a commercial break and says that not only is he a Journalist who does fine work at the broadcast table but he is also the General Manager now and also has a fine eye for talent. He then calls Oliver Grey out, and one half of “British Ambition” makes his way to the entrance-way. JBL informs Oliver Grey that this Sunday he at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View he will be in action as he will take on 205 Live’s newest signing, the debuting Cedric Alexander. JBL then tells Oliver Grey to go back and continue to prepare for tonight’s tag team main event when he will team with the Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville to take on the team of Rich Swann and TJ Perkins.
Rating: E

Chris Jericho versus Chavo Guerrero
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Chris Jericho defeated Chavo Guerrero in 7:48 by submission with a Walls of Jericho. Chris Jericho continues to win matches since coming to 205 Live.
Match Rating: D+

TJ Perkins and Rich Swann make their way to the ring for tonight’s 205 Live tag team main event. The Fan Favourites both receive great ovations from the WWE Universe in attendance as Rich Swann takes a microphone from the ringside area. Rich Swann addresses the 205 Live General Manager John “Bradshaw” Layfield and says that he’s excited to see Cedric Alexander coming to 205 Live but that he can get to the back of the line as that after Rich Swann and TJ Perkins beat the British Ambition pairing of Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey tonight they will be the next to challenge for the Cruiserweight Championship.
Rating: D-

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey versus TJ Perkins and Rich Swann
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, British Ambition defeated TJ Perkins and Rich Swann in 12:59 when Adrian Neville defeated Rich Swann by pinfall with a 630° Senton. Ricardo Rodriguez accompanied his clients, the “British Ambition” pairing of the WWE Cruiserweight Champion Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey to ringside for this match and watched on as Neville pinned Rich Swann to win the match for his team.
Match Rating: D


Final Show Rating: D-



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


Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal versus Big E Langston
The main event of tonight’s edition of Friday Night SmackDown was announced earlier today via a tweet sent out by the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie and will see the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal take on Big E Langston in non-title action. This Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Jinder Mahal will put his WWE Championship on the line in a Hell in a Cell match against AJ Styles whilst Big E Langston will also be in action this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View as he will join Kofi Kingston in challenging Jimmy and Jey Uso for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships. Jinder Mahal has had some disparaging remarks to make about Americans as of late and the WWE Universe in attendance tonight will likely be in support of Big E Langston who will be looking to do all he can to pick up the all-important victory against the WWE Champion Jinder Mahal.

WWE United States Championship: Bobby Roode © versus Andy Leavine
Last week on Friday Night SmackDown Bobby Roode made his first successful defence of his WWE United States Championship when he defeated Xavier Woods to retain the title in Roode’s first title defence since winning the title back in September at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View. Tonight on Friday Night SmackDown the General Manager Eva Marie will force Bobby Roode to put the title on the line again as he defends against Andy Leavine, the former Tough Enough winner making his man roster debut tonight following a spell on NXT.

Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus The Great Khali and Colt Cabana
This Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Jimmy and Jey Uso will put their WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships on the line against the former WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E Langston and Kofi Kingston but before then Jimmy and Jey will take on the team of the Great Khali and Colt Cabana, known to the WWE Universe as “The Great Cabana”, in non-title action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown.


Damien Sandow versus Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens
Last week on Friday Night SmackDown following a victory over Ryback, Friday Night SmackDown’s Money in the Bank briefcase holder Kevin Owens was once again warned by Jinder Mahal not to think about cashing in his title shot any time soon. Owens will be in action against Damien Sandow tonight on Friday Night SmackDown.

Kofi Kingston versus Angelo Dawkins
Before Kofi Kingston joins Big E Langston in challenging Jimmy and Jey Uso for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View, Kofi Kingston will take on Angelo Dawkins tonight on Friday Night SmackDown.

Non-Title: WWE Women’s Champion Naomi versus Layla
Women’s division action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown will see the WWE Women’s Champion Naomi take on Layla in non-title action just two days before Naomi puts her Women’s Championship on the line this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View in a Triple Threat match against both Rain and Natalya.




Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal versus Big E Langston
WWE United States Championship: Bobby Roode © versus Andy Leavine
Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus The Great Khali and Colt Cabana
Damien Sandow versus Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens
Kofi Kingston versus Angelo Dawkins
Non-Title: WWE Women’s Champion Naomi versus Layla



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WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (Live from Eastern Kentucky Center (KY), 5,383 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Christina Von Eerie versus Maxine
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Maxine defeated Christina Von Eerie in 18:05 by pinfall. Maxine was visibly tiring towards the end of this pre-show match that went the distance with Christina Von Eerie possibly having the superior physical condition of the two women. Despite being tired by the end of this match, Maxine was still able to pick up the all-important victory here after pinning Christina Von Eerie after the eighteen minute mark.
Match Rating: E-

Pre-Show: R-Truth and Christian versus The Bludgeon Brothers (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan)
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, The Bludgeon Brothers defeated Truth & Christian in 18:07 when Luke Harper defeated R-Truth by pinfall with a Clothesline. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team of Josh Mathews, Joey Styles and Matt Striker took up their positions at ringside prior to this tag team match that saw the Bludgeon Brothers pairing of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan victorious over the team of R-Truth and Christian after Luke Harper pinned R-Truth following a huge discus clothesline.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Mark Henry versus Titus O’Neil
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Titus O'Neil defeated Mark Henry in 17:43 by pinfall with a Spear. Mark Henry was really off his game tonight which led to Titus O’Neil picking up the win here after hitting Mark Henry with a Spear.
Match Rating: D-




Tonight’s edition of Friday Night SmackDown kicks off with the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal making his way to the ring. Mahal receives a tirade of boos and jeers from the WWE Universe in attendance as he retrieves a microphone from the ringside area. Jinder Mahal says that this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View he will prove that he is still a Rockstar and can perform like no other when he defeats AJ Styles in their Hell in a Cell match to successfully retain his WWE Championship. Jinder Mahal says that he is so loved in India as the biggest Rockstar and role model they have and this Sunday he will make the Indian people proud when he defeats the Redneck American AJ Styles and proves that his title reign will be long-lasting. Jinder Mahal says that the upper-management in WWE are bias towards the American AJ Styles as whilst the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie has put Jinder Mahal in a non-title main event match tonight against Big E Langston, AJ Styles has once again been given the night off from in-ring competition. AJ Styles then comes to the entrance-way with a microphone in hand and says that he would like to introduce the man who has been training AJ Styles behind the scenes as AJ adjusts to life in the WWE and the man that will lead AJ Styles to becoming the new WWE Champion this Sunday. Norman Smiley then comes to the entrance-way and shakes hands with his client AJ Style as Jinder Mahal looks shocked in the ring as SmackDown heads to its first commercial break of the evening.
Rating: D

Non-Title: WWE Women’s Champion Naomi versus Layla
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Naomi defeated Layla in 6:32 by pinfall with Nightfalls. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Naomi will put her Women’s Championship on the line in a Triple Threat match against both Rain and Natalya this Sunday.
Match Rating: D

Following the conclusion of the match Naomi celebrates in front of the WWE Universe before Natalya joins Naomi in the ring. The pair stare each other down until Rain comes to the entrance-way and signals that she will leave the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View this Sunday with the Women’s Championship. An irritated Naomi then kicks Natalya in the head before staring down Rain.
Rating: E





Non-Title: WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso’s versus The Great Khali and Colt Cabana
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Uso's defeated The Great Cabana in 6:46 when Jimmy Uso defeated Colt Cabana by pinfall with an Alley-Us. Jimmy Uso seemed off his game tonight which led to the Great Khali and Colt Cabana focusing their offence on Jimmy for the majority of the match until Jimmy was able to get the tag to Jey who cleaned house before tagging Jimmy back in to win Colt Cabana to pick up the win for his team.
Match Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find Big E Langston in the office of the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Eva Marie who tells Big E he should focus before tonight’s main event. Xavier Woods then walks in and Eva Marie informs Xavier that at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View this Sunday Xavier Woods will join Kevin Owens, Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura in challenging whoever wins the next match for the US title in a Fatal Five-Way match. Cameron then walks into the room and both Big E and Xavier get distracted.
Rating: D+

WWE United States Championship: Bobby Roode © versus Andy Leavine
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Bobby Roode defeated Andy Leavine in 6:33 by pinfall with a Payoff. Bobby Roode makes defence number 2 of his WWE United States title. Bobby Roode and Andy Leavine have great chemistry as opponents and it showed in their performances tonight.
Match Rating: C-

As Bobby Roode celebrates his victory by lifting his title aloft, Xavier Woods then comes to the ring and motions to Roode that he will leave the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View with the US Championship. Xavier Woods then takes a microphone and says that he hasn’t forgotten being hit with an RKO from Randy Orton last week and is here to watch Kevin Owens in action, who will also be in the Fatal Five-Way US title match this Sunday, next on SmackDown.
Rating: E+

Damien Sandow versus Friday Night SmackDown’s Mr. Money in the Bank Kevin Owens
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Kevin Owens defeated Damien Sandow in 14:23 by pinfall with a Package Piledriver. Kevin Owens was victorious again here as Xavier Woods watched on from ringside.
Match Rating: C+

As Kevin Owens celebrates his win he is joined in the ring by Xavier Woods who has a microphone and says that Kevin Owens and everyone else should listen as Woods claims he will win the US Championship this Sunday. Randy Orton then rushes to the ring and drops Xavier Woods with an RKO before sliding out of the ring as Kevin Owens looks on.
Rating: D

As Kevin Owens is about to leave the ring following Randy Orton’s RKO on Xavier Woods out of nowhere, Jinder Mahal comes to the entrance-way with a microphone and the WWE Champion Mahal tells Owens that it looks like Owens has his hands full with Xavier Woods and the US Championship this Sunday and warns that Owens shouldn’t think about cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase after Jinder Mahal beats AJ Styles inside Hell in a Cell this Sunday.
Rating: D+

Kofi Kingston versus Angelo Dawkins
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Kofi Kingston defeated Angelo Dawkins in 5:55 by pinfall with an S.O.S. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team note that Kofi will join Big E Langston in challenging Jimmy and Jey Uso for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships this Sunday.
Match Rating: D+

We cut backstage to find Ted DiBiase and Braden Walker, the team of Money Most Wanted, in discussion. Ted DiBiase tells Braden Walker that he is worried about their chances against the Bludgeon Brothers this Sunday.
Rating: E+

As Ted DiBiase and Braden Walker continue to discuss their task this Sunday, the lights go out and the Bludgeon Brothers of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan walk into the room. Harper says that they will liquidize Money Most Wanted this Sunday before going on to become the new WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions before long. Tamina then walks past for the second week in a row but this week Tamina looks a little less scared and even smiles at Harper and Rowan.
Rating: E+



We cut to another backstage area following a commercial break where Carmella is up in the face of Asuka and telling her that she will beat her this Sunday before going on to become the new WWE Women’s Champion. Asuka tells Carmella that nobody is ready for Asuka before smiling and walking away.
Rating: E

Non-Title: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal versus Big E Langston
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Jinder Mahal defeated Big E Langston in 15:14 by pinfall with a Karachi Valley Driver. Xavier Woods accompanied his good friend Big E Langston to ringside despite being hit with an RKO earlier in the evening.
Match Rating: D+

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 13:13 by pinfall with a Choke Slam. WWE Hall of Famer Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat accompanied Big Show to the ring. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team also stayed at ringside to watch this one.
Match Rating: D

Post-Show: John Cena versus David Otunga
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, John Cena defeated David Otunga in 13:17 by pinfall with an Attitude Adjustment. The Friday Night SmackDown commentary team stayed at ringside to watch this one as well.
Match Rating: D


Final Show Rating: D+




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