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Unread 06-08-2017, 04:13 PM
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Classic Survivor Series Match
SHIELD (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns) vs. Age of Salvation (James Jacobs, Matthew Knox, Luke Harper)



Classic Survivor Series Match
The Family (Bray Wyatt, Tad Mercer, Tom Mercer, Leo Kruger) vs. Team Smackdown! (Chris Jericho, Derrick Bateman, Dolph Ziggler, Jeff Hardy)



Classic Survivor Series Match
Team Mcintyre (Drew Mcintyre (C), Sheamus, Damien Sandow, Kane, The Big Show) vs. Team Cesaro (Antonio Cesaro, Adrian Neville, Kofi Kingston, Big E. Langston, Trent Baretta)



United States Championship
Evan Bourne (C) vs. John Morrison



Classic Survivor Series Match
John Cena and Canadian Alpha (C) vs. Legion (Finn Balor, Karl Anderson, Kenny Omega)



Classic Survivor Series Match
Team Becky (Becky Lynch, Asuka, Eva Marie, Taylor Made) vs. Team Paige (Paige, Charlotte Flair, Emma, Bayley)
Sole Survivor(s) gain immunity, first elimination is eliminated from the NXT Breakout Diva Competition




Goldust vs. Stardust



WWE Championship
Samoa Joe (C) vs. Randy Orton vs. Bryan Danielson



World Heavyweight Championship
CM Punk (C) vs. Brock Lesnar
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Unread 06-10-2017, 10:08 AM
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Classic Survivor Series Match
SHIELD (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns) vs. Age of Salvation (James Jacobs, Matthew Knox, Luke Harper)
I'd be interested in hearing how tempted you've been to split SHIELD up and try turn all 3 into stars but then again a main reason I've always liked this diary is how over time it's a completely different WWE to real life.

Classic Survivor Series Match
The Family (Bray Wyatt, Tad Mercer, Tom Mercer, Leo Kruger) vs. Team Smackdown! (Chris Jericho, Derrick Bateman, Dolph Ziggler, Jeff Hardy)
If you wouldnt let Hero take down Wyatt, a thrown together group wont.


Classic Survivor Series Match
Team Mcintyre (Drew Mcintyre (C), Sheamus, Damien Sandow, Kane, The Big Show) vs. Team Cesaro (Antonio Cesaro, Adrian Neville, Kofi Kingston, Big E. Langston, Trent Baretta)
As mentioned above I think Cesaro v Joe sounds more exciting


United States Championship
Evan Bourne (C) vs. John Morrison
Not his time to lose yet


Classic Survivor Series Match
John Cena and Canadian Alpha (C) vs. Legion (Finn Balor, Karl Anderson, Kenny Omega)

Again it's sort of a case of the more unified unit being favorites, I can see a turn or some shenanigans in this match too

Classic Survivor Series Match
Team Becky (Becky Lynch, Asuka, Eva Marie, Taylor Made) vs. Team Paige (Paige, Charlotte Flair, Emma, Bayley)
Sole Survivor(s) gain immunity, first elimination is eliminated from the NXT Breakout Diva Competition

I'd struggle to call the elimination

Goldust vs. Stardust
I do love Goldust, picking this simply because youth over old


WWE Championship
Samoa Joe (C) vs. Randy Orton vs. Bryan Danielson
Can't see both world titles changing...


World Heavyweight Championship
CM Punk (C) vs. Brock Lesnar
But I do see this happening
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Classic Survivor Series Match
SHIELD (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns) vs. Age of Salvation (James Jacobs, Matthew Knox, Luke Harper)
UUUUUUGHHHHH AHHHHHH - Roman Reigns


Classic Survivor Series Match
The Family (Bray Wyatt, Tad Mercer, Tom Mercer, Leo Kruger) vs. Team Smackdown! (Chris Jericho, Derrick Bateman, Dolph Ziggler, Jeff Hardy)



Classic Survivor Series Match
Team Mcintyre (Drew Mcintyre (C), Sheamus, Damien Sandow, Kane, The Big Show) vs. Team Cesaro (Antonio Cesaro, Adrian Neville, Kofi Kingston, Big E. Langston, Trent Baretta)



United States Championship
Evan Bourne (C) vs. John Morrison



Classic Survivor Series Match
John Cena and Canadian Alpha (C) vs. Legion (Finn Balor, Karl Anderson, Kenny Omega)



Classic Survivor Series Match
Team Becky (Becky Lynch, Asuka, Eva Marie, Taylor Made) vs. Team Paige (Paige, Charlotte Flair, Emma, Bayley)
Sole Survivor(s) gain immunity, first elimination is eliminated from the NXT Breakout Diva Competition




Goldust vs. Stardust



WWE Championship
Samoa Joe (C) vs. Randy Orton vs. Bryan Danielson



World Heavyweight Championship
CM Punk (C) vs. Brock Lesnar
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Pre-Show:
Magnus def. Ted Dibiase
The bout featured great action and a good crowd.
Rating: 82




WWE Presents: SURVIVOR SERIES



Jim Ross: We've got a capacity crowd here in Gillette Stadium-- the retractable roof's been extended, folks, and we're as toasty as a turkey roasting in the oven. Welcome to the annual Thanksgiving tradition, welcome to Survivor Series!
Matt Striker: Nine amazing matches slated for tonight, J.R., and as always, it's an honor to get to call the action with you and the gentleman to my left, the irreplacable Joey Styles!
Joey Styles: Thanks for the introduction, Matt, but introductions won't be necessary for the men and women who will be competing inside the squared circle. Three Championships will be defended and five Classic Survivor Series matches are on tap, so there's no time to waste!
Ross: I've received word that we're ready for our opening match, and--








"Sierra. Hotel. India. Echo. Lima. Delta. SHIELD." The familiar intro signals the arrival of the SHIELD, an imposing trio of young, cocky superstars ready to enforce their will. Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns are all wearing half-masks that cover the lower part of their faces as they march down to the ring through the crowd, the entire WWE Universe cheering them on.

Dean Ambrose swipes a mic along the way, keeping things short and simple as he gives the Age of Salvation one final warning: you simply don't mess with the SHIELD.
Dean Ambrose
"We've said it once and we'll say it again.
You lock horns with the SHIELD, and you don't survive.
Tonight, James Jacobs and his Age of Salvation test their luck.
Tonight, James Jacobs shows us just how powerful his God can be.
When it's all said and done, though, James Jacobs is going to learn a really tough lesson:
It doesn't matter which God you believe in, but you WILL believe in the SHIELD."



Rating: 100








SHIELD vs. Age of Salvation
The Hounds of Justice were on point right from the opening bell, instantly isolating James Jacobs and using a rabid three-on-one attack to take down the leader of the opposition. Quick tags and hard hits were the norm for the SHIELD, the former Unified ECW Champion struggling to find his footing as the match progressed. Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns all had their turns against James Jacobs, The Pious Man proving helpless against the might of a fully-united front. He finally gets a reprieve after he blocks the charging Roman Reigns with a boot to the face, following it up with a throat thrust that buys himself enough time to tag himself out. Luke Harper enters the match, and the momentum shifts as he uses his size to bully Reigns around-- Superman Punch! SPEAR! Luke Harper is eliminated!
Quote:
Ross: And just like that, the giant redwood is chopped down!
Striker: The WWE Universe giving Roman Reigns a huge ovation as the Samoan Prince goads the other half of the Authors of Pain to step inside the ring with him!
Styles: Matthew Knox obliges, Matt, and James Jacobs' Righteous Right Hand is going toe-to-toe with Roman Reigns!
Knox momentarily gets the upper hand against Reigns, flattening him with a corner splash as he growls to the crowd-- Powerslam! The big man piles on the punishment, hitting a running crossbody (two-count) before sizing Reigns up for his version of the bicycle kick. Roman reigns staggers to his feet-- James Jacobs tags himself in! The Pious Man wanted to finish the job off, himself! Jacobs uses his speed and attempts the Contra Code-- Reigns overpowers him! The Pious Man charges-- Superman Punch! Reigns stumbles to the corner, barely making the tag to Seth Rollins, who hops into the ring-- Blackout! James Jacobs is out of the match! From there, it was only a matter of time for Matthew Knox, and the SHIELD completes the clean sweep with an absolutely nasty Triple Powerbomb.
SHIELD def. Age of Salvation in 08:44
Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns are the Sole Survivors


The bout featured great action and a good crowd.
Rating: 83








The Family vs. Team Smackdown!
The action continues as Team Smackdown! fights to defend the blue brand against the invading army of Bray Wyatt: The Family. The Eater of Worlds was bold enough to enter the match first, soon finding out that this wasn't exactly going to be a walk in the park. Wyatt finds some difficulty against Chris Jericho and even Jeff Hardy, finally tagging out and leaving his men to do the dirty work. Tad and Tom Mercer use their impressive strength to overpower the opposition; Derrick Bateman was the designated powerhouse of Team Smackdown!, and he matched up well against Tom Mercer, pinning him after a headlock driver. Tad Mercer tries for a quick elimination, but Jeff Hardy saves the day, a blind tag making him the legal man-- Hardy with a running dropkick that lands flush! Twist of Fate is followed by the Swanton Bomb! Both Mercers are gone! It was an early four-on-two advantage for Team Smackdown!
Quote:
Striker: The Eater of Worlds looking to regroup, taking their time to discuss some strategy with Leo Kruger.
Styles: I don't know how beneficial it would be, Matt. The Revenant's not exactly a "Stick-to-the-plan" kind of guy.
Ross: It looks like Bray Wyatt's newest pet is going to be on deck, folks. Leo Kruger's come on as a ravenous predator, but as my colleagues have said, he's not exactly the most focused or disciplined of grapplers.
Striker: He's a grenade, J.R. The shrapnel will be flying in all directions and you know he'll do damage, but in which direction?
Ross: Well, Kruger's currently doing fine against Dolph Ziggler, but will this be enough-- HEY! What're the Mercers doing back here?!
The Mercernaries decide to exact a bit of revenge, beating down Dolph Ziggler so badly that Kruger didn't have to do anything but make the cover. Chris Jericho was up next, and Mr. Money in the Bank made things interesting, a stiff enzuigiri knocking Kruger loopy as Jericho charges-- SPINEBUSTER! The Revenant makes the pin, but it's broken up by Derrick Bateman! Wyatt intercepts! Wyatt and Bateman both tumble to the outside, Jericho barely able to make the tag to Jeff Hardy. The Charismatic Enigma comes out on fire, but The Revenant catches him by surprise with The Slice! Kruger gets the three-count! It's two-on-two! His inexperience proves fatal, with Jericho sneaking up behind him and snatching the quick pin. From there, it was only a matter of time for Chris Jericho and Derrick Bateman, and the Smackdown! duo fend off the rabid Wyatt, a Codebreaker-Bateman Driver combo handing them the 1, 2, 3.
Team Smackdown! def. The Family in 14:10
Chris Jericho and Derrick Bateman are the Sole Survivors


The bout featured great action and a good crowd.
Rating: 76



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We get an in-depth look at the special bond formed between NXT Women's Champion Sara Amato and her Rookie, Paige, as Amato works with her in preparation for tonight's Classic Survivor Series match.

Pro and Rookie were busy in the gym, lifting weights and punching bags, the two divas also getting some time in inside the ring, where they work on improving Paige's balance and maximizing the force of her strikes.

Will the raven-haired diva from Norwich earn a spot in the next NXT TakeOver event? We find out, later on tonight.
Rating: 87








Team Mcintyre vs. Team Cesaro
Much was at stake as these two teams square off; led by Drew Mcintyre and Antonio Cesaro, respectively, the two five-man units put on an entertaining show as we get underway, a brief brawl resulting in a picture-perfect dive from Adrian Neville that wipes out both Sheamus and Damien Sandow. The New Day somehow neutralize Kane and The Big Show, with Kofi Kingston and Big E. Langston working to eliminate The World's Largest Athlete after a Trouble in Paradise-Big Ending combo. The fans were on their feet at Langston's show of strength, but the big man quickly follows Show to the back, courtesy of Mcintyre's Claymore Kick and a vicious Chokeslam From Hell from Kane. Neville becomes the victim of a Brogue Kick, and Trent Baretta almost goes with him, but The Dudebuster narrowly escapes, planting Sheamus with a beautiful tornado DDT, only to realize that he wasn't the legal man; Drew Mcintyre swoops in and clobbers Trent, a short lariat leading to the Future Shock DDT, quickly making it a four-on-two situation against Team Cesaro's favor.
Quote:
Striker: Antonio Cesaro's leadership skills are definitely not on par with Drew Mcintyre, that much is certain.
Ross: Don't forget about their Best of Seven Series, Matt. Cesaro was down three-one, but he rallied to force the seventh and deciding match.
Striker: Remind me again how that turned out, J.R.?
Styles: Antonio Cesaro and Kofi Kingston remain for Team Cesaro, while only The Big Show has been eliminated on the opposing side. Can Drew Mcintyre end things before Cesaro makes an inevitable comeback?
The Swiss superstar unloads with a few hard uppercuts, but he and Kofi Kingston were working at a definite disadvantage, Cesaro eventually being isolated by the hungry trio of Mcintyre, Sandow, and Sheamus. The three superstars tag in and out, overwhelming Antonio Cesaro as his strength and power was neutralized. The Intellectual Savior takes a second too long to berate the "ignorant masses," however, and that allows Cesaro to escape to his corner, tagging in Kofi Kingston-- the last remaining member of The New Day earns a near-fall after the SOS, but Team Mcintyre quickly regroups, sending out the Big Red Monster to do some damage: Chokeslam From Hell incoming-- Kofi Kingston with a surprise small package! Kofi eliminates Kane, and it's down to a three-on-two advantage for Team Mcintyre! Unfortunately for Antonio Cesaro and Kofi Kingston, that was as close as they'd get, as Drew Mcintyre and his squad power through to put the exclamation point to the proceedings, Damien Sandow hitting Kofi Kingston with the Terminus, leaving Cesaro all alone-- Brogue Kick! Cesaro staggers, managing to fall to a knee-- Cesaro fights off the Russian legsweep from Sandow! He turns around to a Future Shock DDT! The numbers game catches up to the Swiss superstar, and Team Mcintyre ending with a furious run!
Team Mcintyre def. Team Cesaro in 11:23
Drew Mcintyre (C), Damien Sandow, and Sheamus are the Sole Survivors


The bout featured great action and a good crowd.
Rating: 80






Evan Bourne (C) vs. John Morrison for the United States Championship
Our first Championship was on the line as Evan Bourne put his United States Championship on the line against The Prince of Parkour, John Morrison. It was back-and-forth for much of the contest, both superstars' styles meshing well with each other as the pace goes to overdrive right from the opening bell. They trade strikes then go on a short game of oneupsmanship, exchanging flips and counters, the Champion connecting with a low leg sweep, following it up with a jumping leg drop for good measure. The challenger soon realizes that he would have to change his approach, gradually slowing things down by using his size, ramming Evan Bourne into the turnbuckle then working on his shoulder, wrenching and pulling and trying to weaken it enough to make the Champion submit.
Quote:
Styles: The challenger changing gears as he works on grounding our high-flying United States Champion!
Striker: John Morrison has it all, Joey. He has the look, he has the body, the clothes, the fans-- All he needs is the gold, and after tonight, he'll have that, too!
Ross: Evan Bourne's competed all his life, though, Matt. This young man has had to swim up against the current as a smaller superstar, and as a former WWE Champion, you should never, never count him out.
Striker: John's just waiting for his chance, J.R. He's--
Ross: He's gotten chance after chance after chance, Matt, and all John Morrison's proved thus far is that he doesn't have what it takes to become a main event player!
Styles: There's definitely much more at stake for Morrison, and it shows! The challenger battling with a sense of urgency--
Ross: BAH GAWD That's The Flying Chuck! Morrison's got it! Morrison makes the cover!
The Prince of Parkour only gets two, however, the referee noticing the Champion placing his foot on the bottom rope just in time. His frustration growing, Morrison goes for a snap German suplex-- Evan Bourne lands on his feet! Bourne with a jumping knee to the face sending Morrison staggering backwards-- Bourne goes for his signature double knee takedown, only for John Morrison to counter at the last second! Powerbomb! One! TWO! Th-- Bourne kicks out! The United States Champion survives! John Morrison was practically pulling at his hair as he gingerly makes it to his feet, angrily dragging his opponent to the corner. Starship Pain incoming-- and it misses! Evan Bourne rolls out of the way as John Morrison crashes and burns! The Champion climbs up to the second rope as his opponent recovers, connecting with a spectacular diving tornado DDT that leaves John Morrison in position: Air Bourne! Three-count! The Champion retains!
Evan Bourne (C) def. John Morrison in 14:16 to retain the United States Championship


The match had excellent in-ring action and great heat.
Rating: 83



Quote:


Cameras take us to a near-empty locker room, where Stardust was currently grappling with his own inner demons, having a one-man conversation that bordered on the absurd. The Prince of Dark Matter stands, then sits, then stands once more, grabbing the steel chair and folding it up, unleashing a lifetime's worth of pent-up frustration on the walls of the room, bashing the steel chair so badly that it ends up bent out of shape.
Stardust
"The shtarth are falling, and the Univerth ish mith-aligned.
ALL ISH NOT RIGHT WITH THE WORLD! It'sh not right, and tonight,
the offthpring of The Dreamer do battle--WITH EACH OTHER!
The Dream, thish dream borne from a shining shtar,
thish unquenchable, everlashting dream, thish dream ish dead.
--But TONIGHT! On a night where the shtarth are shining,
on a night where only the shtrong thurvive,
tonight, a new dream is formed.
Tonight, my dream livesh on."
We barely notice, but throughout his speech, Stardust was slowly, methodically removing his gear. From his sparkly boots to his special gloves, even to the upper portion of his outfit (sorry, ladies!), Stardust was stripping himself to his very core. He leads us to the bathroom, where he gazes at himself in the mirror, the familiar star painted on his face, just as it's been for the past months-- Stardust starts removing the face paint! Stardust wipes off the face paint that he's cherished so much for so long, he wipes it all off to reveal--
Cody Rhodes! The Prince is back! He completely removes the face paint before allowing himself a slight, sly smile, whispering to himself some barely audible words: "The dream is dead. Long live the dream."
Rating: 87








John Cena and Canadian Alpha (C) vs. Legion
Things get off on the wrong foot for John Cena and his team: the multi-time Champion comes out to an extremely raucous ovation, only to be followed by the supernatural entrance of Finn Balor. Everyone-- including Cena-- was transfixed at the sight of The Demon; it was a rookie mistake from John Cena, as Shogun Squad slide in from behind and start pummeling him with malicious intent. Finn Balor drops the act and joins in, but the one-on-three assault doesn't last as Canadian Alpha rush to the ring, officially starting the match with John Cena's condition in serious doubt. Sami Zayn and Kassius Steen try their best, but Legion had a gameplan that they stuck to, successfully overwhelming Cena and leaving the referee no choice but to deem him unfit to continue with the match. The carnage was so devastating during Legion's onslaught that both members of Canadian Alpha were left down and out at ringside while Balor put the finishing touches on Cena, drilling him with not one, but two Coup de Graces that lead to Cena being stretchered out.
Quote:
Ross: BAH GAWD I've never seen John Cena manhandled like this!
Styles: OHMYGOD! John Cena's been decimated by Legion!
Ross: The man who single-handedly put an end to the legend of The Undertaker, the multi-time Champion, John Cena-- Matt, Finn Balor's snapped!
Striker: The Unified ECW Champion had made his intentions clear, gentlemen. He wanted John Cena, and tonight, he got him. Finn Balor proved that his well-oiled trio was enough to counteract the greatness of John Cena, J.R., but let's not forget: this is a three-on-three contest, and the match isn't done while Canadian Alpha still stands in Legion's way.
Styles: The WWE World Tag Team Champions fighting like heck to avenge the loss of John Cena, guys, but I don't know if they can do it!
Slowly but surely, Sami Zayn and Kassius Steen turn things around. Canadian Alpha draws a huge cheer after a scorching double-team maneuver sends Karl Anderson packing, Kenny Omega soon following courtesy of a punishing Pop-Up Powerbomb from Steen. Everything was turned topsy-turvy as Unified ECW Champion Finn Balor suddenly found himself on the wrong end of a two-on-one contest. Still, The Demon persevered, impressively fending off both members of Canadian Alpha for quite some time, even going on an extended roll, finding Sami Zayn wide open for his Shotgun Dropkick. Balor charges-- Sami Zayn goes flying through the ropes! Kassius Steen! Kassius Steen sacrifices himself, pushing his partner out of harm's way as he absorbed the full force of Balor's attack! Unfortunately for Steen, he was also the legal man, and Balor quickly evens things up with the Coup de Grace. It was down to Sami Zayn and Finn Balor, with The Demon scoring big with the Slingblade! One! TWO! TH-- Kick-out! Sami Zayn survives! He crawls to the corner-- Balor goes for the Shotgun Dropkick one more time! Zayn cuts him off! Exploder suplex! Helluva Kick follows! Sami Zayn seals the win for his team!
John Cena and Canadian Alpha (C) def. Legion in 15:27
Sami Zayn (C) is the Sole Survivor


The match had excellent in-ring action and great heat.
Rating: 89








Team Becky vs. Team Paige
Our final Classic Survivor Series match of the night featured the Rookies of NXT, eight ladies vying for the chance to join AJ Lee at the next NXT TakeOver. Unfortunately for the Dilemma From Down Under, she's the first to go, getting knocked unconscious thanks to a fierce roundhouse kick from Asuka. Taylor Made was next, Team Becky momentarily dropping down to two available divas after Eva Marie tweaks her ankle. Charlotte Flair was a real revelation, coming through with some incredible moves for Team Paige, including a moonsault to the outside that wipes out the entire opposition. The second-generation diva overcomes her relative inexperience to plant Eva Marie with a running boot-- Becky Lynch from the top rope! The Irish Lass-Kicker with a huge cross body that takes Charlotte out!
Quote:
Styles: OHMYGOD What action from the Rookies!
Striker: Emma's been unceremoniously eliminated from the Brekaout Diva competition and Taylor Made's lost her chance at immunity, but these six Rookies are still giving it their all, Joey!
Ross: Becky Lynch's incredible dive to the outside really underscores that fact, Matt, and now, all heck is breaking loose as all of the remaining divas have stormed the ring!
Striker: It's every woman for herself, though, J.R., and I'm interested to see if we'll be seeing any backs stabbed towards the end of this match.
Styles: You don't get anywhere without wanting it more than the others, Matt.
Paige evenetually exerts her dominance, but not before Charlotte is eliminated following a dirty eye-poke and a nifty roll-up from Eva Marie. Together with Bayley, Paige evens the odds, turning this into a two-on-two affair, only for a short back-and-forth between Bayley and Asuka ending up with The Empress of Tomorrow nearly kicking Bayley's head off. Paige doesn't waste any time, though, smartly planting Asuka with the Paige Turner to turn things into a one-on-one contest. The diva from Norwich takes a moment to compose herself, charging at Becky Lynch-- Lynch with an explosive forearm that lands flush! The Irish Lass-Kicker would not be denied, and though she wasn't able to make her opponent submit, she manages to transition seamlessly into a quick cradle for the final three-count.
Team Becky def. Team Paige in 09:25
Becky Lynch is the Sole Survivor


The bout had solid in-ring action but non-existent heat.
Rating: 49



Quote:


With the #1 Contender by his side, Paul Heyman delivers a last-minute statement informing the WWE Universe that he and Smackdown! General Manager Nigel McGuinness have come to an agreement that the World Heavyweight Championship match will be a "No Disqualification" match, as his client, Brock Lesnar, didn't believe that CM Punk would pose enough of a challenge to him.
Paul Heyman
"I understand that there's some history, some hostility, even, between you and I, Punk,
but make no mistake, even Paul Heyman feels sorry for all the pain that you will endure
when you willingly step inside the ring with The Natural Phenomenon,
The Beast, Brock Lesnar. See you soon, Champ."
Heyman shoos the camera away, leading Lesnar back inside his private dressing room as we head back to in-ring action.
Rating: 92






Goldust vs. Cody Rhodes
It wasn't the first time that these two brothers found themselves on opposite sides, nor would it be the last. The wounds of their rivalry were fresh, Cody Rhodes feeling the full force of his brother's bad blood and bitterness as things got underway. Goldust was in a rage, grabbing Cody's head and ramming it against every inch of the squared circle following a cheap shot. The veteran wasn't too concerned about the rules, the match almost ending in a double count-out were it not for the referee relaxing his ten-count. BAM! Goldust slams Cody Rhodes into the barricade, then the steel steps, then the announce desk! He pulls on the upper portion of his mouth as he applies a chin lock, prompting The Prince to try and grab for something, anything that could alleviate the pain.
Quote:
Striker: This level of control can only come from years and years of experience, folks. Goldust is one of the most respected superstars in the locker room, and granted, his action and methods may have raised more than a few questions these past few months, but there's no denying that he's still one of the best.
Ross: I can only imagine what must be going through Dusty Rhodes' head, Matt. The Dream's been one of the biggest supporters of his two sons, and to see them like this-- It's not pretty. He'll have to-- BAH GAWD BOTH MEN JUST TUMBLING OVER THE TOP ROPE!
Styles: Cody Rhodes taking the brunt of that landing, J.R., but he at least manages to break free from Goldust's grip.
Striker: For now, Joey.
It takes a while, but Cody Rhodes battles back. The Prince comes through with a stunning uppercut, following it up with a huge clothesline that sends them both crashing over the barricade and into the fans. The brawl goes both ways, the younger Rhodes seizing control as he takes the fight back inside the ring. Alabama Slam connects for a two-count, but Goldust ducks under The Beautiful Disaster, catching his brother with the Final Cut. It's all over! One! TWO! TH-- Cody kicks out! Cody Rhodes kicks out! The bitter Goldust drags The Prince to his feet, trapping him in the corner-- Shattered Dreams incoming, perhaps-- Cody breaks free! Goldust's foot connects with the second turnbuckle! Springboard dropkick to the back! Cody Rhodes with a fantastic finishing flurry, landing a huge moonsault and transitioning seamlessly into the Cross Rhodes for the emphatic win.
Cody Rhodes def. Goldust in 16:10


The match had excellent in-ring action and great heat.
Rating: 81



Quote:


The General Managers of all three brands were in Mick Foley's office, discussing their plans for the upcoming month. Michelle McCool reveals that since December's pay-per-view event will be the King of the Ring, she has scheduled the second edition of NXT TakeOver to be held the night before King of the Ring! Both Mick Foley and Nigel McGuinness welcome the idea, agreeing on a repeat of last year's dual-branded event, where four of RAW's finest and four of Smackdown!'s best will duke it out to determine who gets to challenge for their respective brand's main Championship at January's Royal Rumble event.

It's going to be a can't-miss month this December, only in the WWE!
Rating: 92






Samoa Joe (C) vs. Bryan Danielson vs. Randy Orton for the WWE Championship
It was time for our first of two main events: the WWE Championship was on the line as Samoa Joe defends against two superstars who've been partners and foes in what's been a whirlwind year for both men. There wasn't much teamwork to start as all three competitors go all-out in this "Every-Man-For-Himself" Triple Threat match, each one of them getting their own time to stand out. The Viper was especially vicious tonight, a sly grin on his face as he sends Bryan Danielson flying over the top rope, turning his attention towards the incumbent WWE Champion, who was still feeling the effects of a running dropkick to the corner. Orton scores with a few shots to the body, a short-arm clothesline taking Joe down and positioning him for The Viper's signature stomps. Danielson intervenes, a flying dropkick taking out Randy Orton and freeing up the American Dragon for the cover on Joe-- Not nearly enough to get the three!
Quote:
Ross: You're gonna need to do a lot more damage than that if you want to defeat The Samoan Destroyer-- That man's tougher than a two-dollar steak, no question.
Striker: In fact, J.R., I think that Samoa Joe's only getting angrier. And you know the old saying-- the angrier Samoa Joe gets, the STRONGER Samoa Joe gets!
Styles: You might be confusing him with another muscle-bound monster with superhuman strength, Matt, but we get the point, and so does Bryan Danielson, I'm sure. The WWE Champion's on the rampage!
Striker: Brutal running shoulder block takes down Randy Orton, meanwhile Bryan Danielson's getting a chance to regain his bearings in the corner, using the ropes to pull himself back up--
Ross: JOE WITH A HARD SPLASH!
Styles: The WWE Champion just flattened one of his challengers, J.R.!
The Samoan Destroyer was exceptionally dominant, and soon enough, Danielson and Orton tap into their recent tag team experience, teaming up to ensure that Joe didn't run away with the match. The WWE Champion suddenly finds himself in trouble, the combined might of two reluctant yet formidable individuals swinging the momentum: Orton whips Joe into Danielson's direction-- Running dropkick! The Viper sizes up the Champion-- RKO! Bryan Danielson from up top, diving headbutt connects! The two men argue over who would make the cover, giving Joe an opening to shove Danielson into Orton, sending him tumbling to the outside. Joe and Danielson trade blows, with the bigger man coming out on top, knocking Bryan Danielson out with a spinning backfist. Samoa Joe drags him back to the corner, lifting him up for a top-rope variation of the Muscle Buster-- Danielson blocks it! The American Dragon counters and is able to reposition himself, trying to turn it into a superplex! Randy Orton joins in, and the notoriously-dangerous Tower of Doom results in Joe using his own momentum to roll to the outside, Bryan Danielson writhing in pain in the middle of the ring, and Randy Orton in the corner, a sadistic smile suddenly plastered on his face. Punt connects! Randy Orton's devastating Punt blasts Danielson right in the head!
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Styles: OHMYGOD! What'd you do, Randy? What have you just done?!
Striker: For the second time this year, The Viper's venom has struck the American Dragon, and I think it's safe to say that Bryan Danielson has just been taken out of this match.
Ross: BAH GAWD That Orton's a menace, Matt! He may be a good in-ring competitor, but there's just no way we can condone this kind of behavior!
Striker: It's the most dangerous move in his arsenal, J.R. Here com the medics to make sure Bryan Danielson's out of harm's way.
Styles: They were doing so well as a unit, J.R., so why did Randy Orton just snap?
Ross: He's a maniac, Joey. He's a maniac and he's a psycho and he belongs in an asylum!
And just like that, the match becomes a one-on-one affair. Orton tries to capitalize, attacking Joe before the Champion could fully recover, somehow slamming the heftier Samoa Joe into the steel steps. The Viper positions Joe onto the announce desk and hops onto the Spanish announce desk, attempting to drive a knee right into Joe's heart. Samoa Joe moves at the last second, and Randy Orton's knee gets up close and personal with the desk! The Viper hobbles back to the ring, shaking off the pain and charging-- Joe with a snap powerslam! Two-count! Both men gingerly make it back to a vertical base, where Orton scores with his high-angle backbreaker. Samoa Joe staggers-- RKO attempt-- Blocked by the WWE Champion! Joe pushes off, and The Viper finds himself just a little too close to the corner, landing crotch-first between the first and second ropes! The Samoan Destroyer shakes off the pain, hitting a series of stiff kicks to his challenger's back before slowly turning Orton around-- Muscle Buster! Samoa Joe is still your WWE Champion!
Samoa Joe (C) def. Bryan Danielson and Randy Orton in 24:09 to retain the WWE Championship


The superb bout had great wrestling and a sizzling crowd.
Rating: 95



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Finn Balor was a little worse for wear and he was in no mood for an interview, angrily trying to force the camera man out of the trainer's room. The camera man wasn't taking "no" for an answer, however, prodding the Unified ECW Champion about the pre-match arrangement he had with Canadian Alpha.

Balor sighs, finally giving in and admitting that he's a man of his word. He promises to give Sami Zayn a match for his gold tomorrow night on RAW, proceeding to successfully shove out the intruder to effectively end the segment.
Rating: 84






CM Punk (C) vs. Brock Lesnar for the World Heavyweight Championship
Paul Heyman had a mic in hand as he paraded his client around the ring, calling Brock Lesnar, "The Ultimate Weapon," and guaranteeing that the only superstar who would be wielding a weapon would be CM Punk. The World Heavyweight Champion's entrance proves that, as Punk had a kendo stick ready, swinging for the fences as the #1 Contender charged at him. The Straight Edge superstar gets the upper hand as he targeted his opponent's midsection, bringing the monster to his knees with a series of stinging shots, effectively rendering Heyman speechless amidst the roar of the WWE Universe. The kendo stick snaps under the force of Punk's blows. CM Punk poses for his fans, triumphantly raising his gold in the air as the referee officially calls for the bell-- Lesnar! Brock Lesnar had made it back inside the ring! German suplex from the second rope! Heyman was back to singing his client's praises at ringside as Lesnar unleashes a torrent of elbows and forearms.
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Ross: BAH GAWD Lesnar's beating him like a government mule!
Striker: The Natural Phenomenon will not-- CANNOT-- be denied, J.R. What Brock Lesnar wants, Brock Lesnar gets.
Ross: And listen to that loudmouth, Paul Heyman. That screeching can truly get annoying, I'd like to apologize to all the great fans sitting ringside for having to endure this sadistic torture.
Styles: Punk's going through some pretty rough stuff, himself-- OH! The Champion with a low blow!
Striker: No DQ, Joey! I love it!
The Champion rolls out of the ring and looks for a steel chair, only to be met by a blustering Heyman, standing in his way and refusing to let Punk use the weapon. "You wanted this," Punk mouths, shoving Heyman aside and sliding back in. Punk lands a couple of shots to the back, but a third blow is blocked when Brock Lesnar suddenly jumps to his feet, grabbing the chair and tearing it apart with his hands! Clothesline! The challenger goes for another suplex, but Punk wisely fights out of it, an elbow to the side of the head loosening his opponent's grip, allowing the Champion to turn-- Lesnar locks in a bear hug! The Natural Phenomenon's about to squeeze CM Punk in half! Punk barely hangs on, somehow coming back to life before his arm falls for a third time. Punk boxes Lesnar's ears! That did the trick, as the big man lost his balance, staggering back as Punk kneed him to the corner. Running knee! Bulldog! The World Heavyweight Champion was rolling, and he hits the diving Elbow Drop! Punk with the cover!
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Styles: OHMYGOD! Punk's gonna do it! Punk's gonna do it! Th-- NO!
Ross: BAH GAWD There's still some fight left in the Beast, Joey! Lesnar kicks out! Lesnar kicks out! Lesnar kicks out!
Striker: --And I think he's angry, J.R.
Ross: Heaven help us, Matt.
Styles: Lesnar with an overhead belly-to-belly, just flinging CM Punk clear across the ring!
Humiliated at the close call, Lesnar goes back on the attack, connecting with a couple more German suplexes, a third of which sends Punk crashing to the outside, where Paul Heyman was ready to dish out a verbal takedown of his own. With the former RAW GM berating him less than an arm's length away, Punk struggles to make it back to his feet, his hatred of Paul Heyman ultimately fueling his drive-- CM Punk grabs Paul Heyman's tie and uses it to pull himself up to his feet! Brock Lesnar sees his opening, though, barreling off the ropes-- Lesnar with a suicide dive through the ropes, but the World Heavyweight Champion was able to move out of the away at the last second! Client and manager collide, Brock Lesnar inadvertently silencing his own mouthpiece for the rest of the match! Lesnar takes a second to stumble to his feet, giving CM Punk ample time to grab a steel chair and climb the apron: Punk with a leap of faith-- Brock Lesnar slaps him out of the air! With one giant swing of his arm, the #1 Contender sends the Champion crashing down to the floor! It was all downhill from there, unfortunately, and Brock Lesnar cements his dominant performance with a crushing F-5 back inside the ring, three seconds later officially becoming the new World Heavyweight Champion!
Brock Lesnar def. CM Punk (C) in 18:53 to win the World Heavyweight Championship


The superb bout had great wrestling and a sizzling crowd.
Rating: 100 (MOTN)



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Sara Amato (C), Chickbusters, Melissa, and Mickie James def. Divas of Destruction (C), Home Wreckers, and Jessie Krease
The bout featured great action and a good crowd.
Rating: 64



Overall Show Rating: 92
There was a feeling that a number of the angles used did not reach the standards set by the in-ring action.
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SURVIVOR SERIES RESULTS
The Final Countdown= 3/9
The Lloyd= 6/9
Kijar= 4/9
BHK1978= 6/9
crackerjack= 6/9
merrykieran2= 4/9
Satyr24= 7/9
Happy0wns= 5/9
2Sweet= 7/9
KeyR1= 3/9
deanohbk= 5/9
Nobby_McDonald= 4/9
christmas_ape= 5/9
The_CoC= 6/9


Blatantly ripping off Rathen4's terribly underrated Australian Pro Wrestling, I somehow managed to dissect his nifty-looking table:



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merrykieran2 8 4 12
Kijar 8 4 12
Satyr24 5 7 12
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christmas_ape 7 5 12
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Nobby_McDonald 6 4 10
The Lloyd 6 6
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Now let's take a look at some of your comments...

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Those graphics are insane!! Superb work as ever. It's unbelievable that this diary is still so good after all this time!!
Thanks, buddy! You're not doing too shabby, yourself I was actually thinking of re-doing the graphics last-minute as there's something a bit off about the color. Maybe for next year...?

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Sorry about missing the last PPV.
No worries, old friend (emphasis on the old? LOL). Always glad to see you around!

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SHIELD (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns) vs. Age of Salvation (James Jacobs, Matthew Knox, Luke Harper)
I don't know why, but I feel like these three have a brighter future here in the WWE...
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Classic Survivor Series Match
SHIELD (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns) vs. Age of Salvation (James Jacobs, Matthew Knox, Luke Harper)
Surivors: All three
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Is it a classic Survivor Series match if it is only three on three...?
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I'd be interested in hearing how tempted you've been to split SHIELD up and try turn all 3 into stars but then again a main reason I've always liked this diary is how over time it's a completely different WWE to real life.
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UUUUUUGHHHHH AHHHHHH - Roman Reigns
As The_CoC-man Reigns so eloquently put it (and as so many of you so successfully theorized), the SHIELD basically ran away with this one.

@BHK1978 HEY! There have been Classis SvS matches that weren't 5-on-5... right?
@christmas_ape Oh it's been tempting, for sure. You never know, it might come sooner than you think

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Team Smackdown! is very, very, strong... But I can't look past Bray here.
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I really hate picking the Family here because it is such a terrible team (In terms of who is on the team) and Team Smackdown is so much better. That being said Bray is a force of nature and for that and that alone I think he will win this match as the lone Survivor.
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If you wouldnt let Hero take down Wyatt, a thrown together group wont.
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A rag tag team isn't going to be the united family. nopenopenope
I wish I can say that The Family lost solely because Happy pushed his luck by saying they weren't gonna win ("nopenopenope"), but... I dunno. Wyatt's been a beast but I think it's time for them to start looking vulnerable, and I felt that a 4-on-4 match was the perfect time for that.

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I love Drew in your diary. As good as Team Cesaro is, Drew's the MAN
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Cesaro v Joe seems like more fun than McIntyre.
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As mentioned above I think Cesaro v Joe sounds more exciting
Drew's great, but Cesaro versus Joe does seem more exciting. (aka don't spoil my future booking plans, guyz)

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I'd say Charlotte is Sole Survivor... While the first elimination could well be Taylor Made...
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Classic Survivor Series Match
First Out: Taylor
Survivors: Paige, Charlotte
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Sole Survivor(s) gain immunity, first elimination is eliminated from the NXT Breakout Diva Competition Taylor is gone, Flair and Paige survive
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Looks like Eva will be eliminated from the competition.
Basically, this match was "kthxbye Taylor" and "Paige and Flair survive." I mean, NO ONE PICKED BECKY LYNCH? She's Straight FIYAAAAH, folks, and she's gotten immunity until the next TakeOver event!

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Classic Survivor Series Match
John Cena and Canadian Alpha (C) vs. Legion (Finn Balor, Karl Anderson, Kenny Omega)
Survivors: Steen
Wrong member of Canadian Alpha, buddy

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I was going to go for Champs to retain, but then... He's Brock Lesnar!!
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Can't see both world titles changing...

World Heavyweight Championship
CM Punk (C) vs. Brock Lesnar
But I do see this happening
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It's just simply brock's time. I feel like this is going to kinda mimic a Cena-Lesnar summerslam match haha
I was originally gonna do what Happy thought but decided to go with a mix of that match and the Punk-Lesnar Summerslam match to make things a bit more competitive. Which brings us to my thoughts...







  • THE BEAST HAS BEEN UNLEASHED! Brock Lesnar is the World Heavyweight Champion! What does this mean for CM Punk and the rest of the boys on the blue brand? We're about to find out.
  • The good news is that I'm finished with KOTR (wasn't able to do some tournament graphics this time around) and most of the Royal Rumble graphics, so things are looking mighty great for the next few months. Hopefully the writing picks up 'cause I'm really excited for WM31.
  • A new contest will run from Bragging Rights to Elimination Chamber, the winner(s?) will determine the outcome of a WM31 match.
  • Welcome back to four familiar names (The Lloyd, BHK1978, crackerjack, and The_CoC), all of whom somehow scored the same number of points. Don't think I forgot about you, KeyR1! Thanks for predicting, everyone!
  • So... I think The Family losing and Cena being taken out will be two of the more head-scratching decisions I've made. I think that Wyatt needed some people to get the better of him, and Cena... well, does anyone really think he and Finn Balor are done with each other?
  • It's been a great year if you're like me and a fan of well-written diaries! Check 'em out:
    BHK1978's TWA! (it's going to have a permanent spot here) and his brand-spanking new SWF!
    Jingo's CGC! (Waiting for an update, buddy!)
    Nobby_McDonald's PSW,
    The Final Countdown's WCW: Heart and Soul and The Golden Age (1987) (It's reached its conclusion, but make sure to read the epilogues!),
    and
    Kijar's FATE Wrestling,
    2Sweet's NXT TakeOver: The World,
    and of course The Lloyd's back with a WWE game! (Here we go (again)... LOL)
    The_CoC's Lucha Underground: Welcome to the Temple (STILL waiting for that first show, buddy),
    Happy0wns' simply-titled PWG offering,
    christmas_ape's back with USPW!
    Bluetouch's fantastically-formatted WWE game,
    dean's New Japan Pro-Wrestling,
    merrykieran2's WWE and NXT,
    crackerjack's WCW - Afterlife,
    Progwd's #WeAreNXT,
    KanyeToThe's Lucha Underground: The Temple Reopens,
    MHero's already-entertaining Harry Chadwick's Weird and Wonderful World of Professional Wrestling (PLEASE tell me it's not over before it's begun!),
    doseofstyle's beautifully-simple WWE: The Road To The Empire and more,
    A special shout-out goes to the Battle of the Bookers (Kijar and crackerjack included among said bookers), check 'em out at the Special Dynasty Forum!
    Keep doing what you're doing, guys!










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Monday Night RAW

1
Backstage:
RAW General Manager Mick Foley is already inside the ring when the show comes on the air, and he isn't happy. He announces that due to Randy Orton's actions last night, Bryan Danielson is once again out of action. Foley admits that he can't punish The Viper as he was technically not doing anything illegal, but that doesn't mean that Mick Foley wasn't going to hit Orton where it hurts: his wallet. "I've suspended Randy and sent him home for tonight, but there's no denying that he's one of the top stars on RAW. With the King of the Ring tournament coming up, I'll need all hands on deck if RAW wants to take home the crown for the second year in a row, which is why I've decided that Randy Orton WILL be in action later on this week on WWE Superstars, where he will face Adrian Neville in a King of the Ring qualifying match!" Mick Foley doesn't forget about why he was here, though, wishing the American Dragon a speedy recovery before officially opening the show.
100
2
Sheamus def. Batista
The Celtic Warrior comes away victorious in our first match of the night, withstanding Batista's attacks while dishing out some out some punishing blows of his own. Sheamus survives a Spear attempt, capitalizing with a vicious Brogue Kick to earn himself the three-count.
83
3
Backstage:
The Intercontinental Champion is in the GM's office, signing the contract that made him Samoa Joe's challenger at King of the Ring. Drew Mcintyre wasn't dressed to compete and was actually looking to head out, only for Mick Foley to stop him. "You want to go home, Drew? You can go home-- AFTER your match." The General Manager had scheduled a match for Mcintyre's gold, and that match was going to be up next!
100
4
Drew Mcintyre (C) def. Rey Mysterio to retain the Intercontinental Championship
The Champion rushes out to the ring still wearing his sweatpants, his hair tied in a bun and his Intercontinental Championship dragging behind him. His opponent? The veteran luchadore, Rey Mysterio. The masked man had some experience holding the gold and was extremely hungry for another run as Champion, coming out on fire as he stymied Drew Mcintyre early on. The Sinister Scotsman eventually settles down, remembering that he held a significant height advantage over his challenger. Mcintyre slams Myseterio down off of a springboard attack, following that up with a big boot before closing out another successful Championship defense with his trusty Future Shock DDT.
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5
Backstage:
James Jacobs and his Age of Salvation were coming off a loss last night, but The Pious Man was back to his old ways, pontificating back in the hallway, trying to get the attention of any and every passer-by that wandered into his line of sight. The sermon soon centers around Jacobs' own fortunes, claiming that it's time for a new start. Fortuitously, Adrian Neville walks by, answering Jacobs' call for a match next week. A handshake consummates the deal, with both superstars quite pleased with their own prospects against each other.
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Backstage:
A recap segment airs, highlighting Legion's brutal attack that cut John Cena's night short at Survivor Series. With Unified ECW Champion Finn Balor narrating the segment, we get a skewed summary of the events, ending with The Demon guaranteeing a similar scene against Sami Zayn later on tonight.
96
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Southern Express def. Major Broskis
It was a back-and-forth match between two experienced teams looking to jump-start their stalled momentum, and although the Major Broskis were impressive, it was Southern Express who escape with the victory, Heath Slater and Justin Gabriel both doing their parts to secure the big win.
75
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Backstage:
The WWE Champion is interviewed, and we learn that Samoa Joe has also signed the contract for King of the Ring, making his match against Drew Mcintyre official. When asked for his thoughts, The Samoan Destroyer only advises the Intercontinental Champion to make his peace and relinquish his gold while he is still physically able to do so. "You won't get the same opportunity after you step foot in the ring against Samoa Joe, Drew. Get your affairs in order, because I WILL destroy you."
100
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SHIELD def. The New Day
RAW returns in time for a highly-entertaining six-man tag team match featuring the SHIELD squaring off against the newest trio on RAW, The New Day. Trent Baretta and his boys had some bad blood against the Hounds of Justice, and with Big E. Langston leading the charge, it looked like The New Day was on its way to a humongous upset. Unfortunately for them, things soon go awry as the SHIELD impose their will, extinguishing any hopes The New Day had-- Rollins with the Blackout for the 1, 2, 3!
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In-ring:
Dean Ambrose grabs a mic from ringside and the trio launches into a tirade, proclaiming themselves the "undisputed" best three-man group not only on RAW, but in the entire history of the industry. Seth Rollins puts the entire RAW roster on notice, though, reminding them that everyone better have eyes on the back of their heads. "The SHIELD is watching, boys. Randy Orton, we see you. Sami Zayn, Kassius Steen. Pride goes before a fall, and once we take you out, there's no coming back." Reigns, as always, provides the exclamation point. "Believe that, and believe in the SHIELD."
100
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Speaking of the WWE World Tag Team Champions, Canadian Alpha was in the locker room as Sami Zayn prepared for his main event match against Finn Balor for the Unified ECW Champion. Kassius Steen had seen Balor's message for Zayn, adding that neither he nor Zayn had heard from John Cena after the veteran was laid out prior to their match last night. His partner tells him not to worry, but Steen was having none of it, taping up his own fists and insisting that he join his partner at ringside to make sure that nothing bad happens.
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Finn Balor (C) vs. Sami Zayn for the Unified ECW Championship
Our main event was a great opportunity for two up-and-coming superstars, and with the Unified ECW Championship on the line, a lot was at stake as we got underway. Finn Balor may have been a man of his word, but The Demon was relentless, mercilessly attacking his challenger with intense physicality, bending the rules as often as possible as both Karl Anderson and Kenny Omega constantly got involved, finally prompting Kassius Steen to attack Omega as all heck broke loose. The referee tries to regain control by ejecting the three men from ringside, making this a truly one-on-one contest, the pressure and the electricity and the anticipation building as Zayn and Balor competed. The challenger connects with his through the turnbuckle DDT! He takes too long to roll the Champion back inside, though, and Finn Balor is able to kick out, eventually turning things around and landing his Shotgun Dropkick to set up for his Coup de Grace. The Demon flies-- Zayn rolls out of the way! Balor charges-- Zayn with a small package from out of nowhere! Sami Zayn catches Finn Balor by surprise! Sami Zayn gets the win! New Unified ECW Champion!
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The elation is short-lived as Balor swipes the gold from the referee, blasting the new Champion across the face with his own Championship. Almost immediately, Shogun Squad charge the ring, a three-on-one assault commencing-- it's Kassius Steen! Steen makes the save! Steen is able to send Legion running, saving Sami Zayn from what could've been a much worse beating to end the show.
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Rating: 91
Notes: Some of the angles used definitely helped lift the show as a whole.
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Noice ppv, glad to see 2014 is almost out of the way so we can head on over to the Rumble!
My thoughts exactly










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Rhino def. R-Truth
This week's show opens with a show of respect between two veterans, a handshake that is soon forgotten by a pair of absolute professionals once the bell rings. It wasn't anything personal (only business), but Rhino was a real force to be reckoned with, his immense strength and power helping him emerge victorious against the down-on-his-luck R-Truth, scoring the win following the dreaded Gore.
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Current United States Champion Evan Bourne reveals in an interview that Hideo Itami challenged him to a non-title contest this Friday on Smackdown!, Itami hoping to separate himself from the pack and make his name on the upper echelon of the blue brand. Naturally, Bourne accepted, intrigued by what could result from a match between two hard-hitting superstars. Tune in this Friday for another can't-miss episode of Friday Night Smackdown!
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The New Day def. Shogun Squad
The action continues with Kofi Kingston and Big E. Langston of The New Day taking on the Shogun Squad duo of Kenny Omega and Karl Anderson. Finn Balor was absent from ringside following the events of Monday Night RAW, and it was Trent Baretta who takes full advantage, distracting Anderson long enough for Kofi Kingston to land the Trouble in Paradise to put away Kenny Omega for the three-count.
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A camera takes us inside the locker room, showing us the current whereabouts of Finn Balor. The former Unified ECW Champion was practically catatonic following his loss to Sami Zayn, still obsessing over losing his gold so abruptly. The camera man tries to get a few words from The Demon, but Balor doesn't even bother to acknowledge his presence, merely staring straight ahead as we take a quick break to sort this all out.
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Superstars returns to see R-Truth wandering the corridor, wondering about how it all went wrong. He turns to his side (there was no one there) and asks Li'l Jimmy why he didn't warn him that Rhino was gearing up for the Gore, looking away-- And finding himself up close and personal with Goldust. The always-bizarre Goldust was looking extra erratic tonight, chomping at R-Truth and telling him to release his "shattered side" to unlock the answers to his questions. Truth turns back to his non-existent companion, asking Li'l Jimmy what was up with "Goldie."
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Randy Orton vs. Adrian Neville

The first King of the Ring qualifier might have been delayed by a few days, finally getting underway in our main event as The Viper squared off against one of the hottest superstars on the RAW roster today, Adrian Neville. The Man That Gravity Forgot more than held his own against the multi-time Champion, battling Orton to a near-standstill in a lengthy, competitive contest. The Viper finds that he got more than he bargained for with the energetic high-flier, failing to put Neville away with his hanging DDT and with his signature high-angle neckbreaker. For his part, the Englishman scores with a springboard missile dropkick, following it up with a flashy standing shooting star press for a near-fall of his own. In the end, it was a spectacular counter off of an attempted springboard attack that spells doom for Adrian Neville, who absorbs an RKO from out of nowhere, giving Randy Orton the hard-earned victory.
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Adding insult to injury, James Jacobs leads the Age of Salvation to the ring, the three superstars surrounding Adrian Neville, who was just now regaining consciousness. Things don't turn physical, thankfully, as Jacobs satisfies himself by taunting Neville as the show comes to a close.
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Rating: 84
Notes: There are no specific comments to be made about this show.
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Friday Night Smackdown!
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Backstage:
The show opens with a video previously exclusive to WWE.com wherein both members of Canadian Alpha were discussing Sami Zayn winning the Unified ECW Championship. Kassius Steen is worried that Zayn's individual success will disrupt the strong run that the duo has been on, with Zayn insisting that this won't change a thing. "So maybe now I have two Championships on my shoulder instead of one. I'm still me, buddy. It's me. Sami." The video ends without incident, but Kassius Steen was visibly unsettled.
84
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Rock City Rock Stars def. Canadian Alpha (C) (non-title)
You know what they say about being careful with your words and having to eat them, later? Canadian Alpha was in action in our first match of the night, taking on former Champions in the Rock City Rock Stars. Although the gold wasn't on the line, Chuck Sabin and Alec Shelley were fired-up, bringing their "A" games to ultimately eke out the win-- after an unlikely assist from The Bully, Ray Dudley, who had snuck in through the crowd and attacked Sami Zayn, leaving Kassius Steen open for the ASCS Rush.
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In-ring:
It might have been abundantly clear, but The Bully makes his motivations known, calling out Sami Zayn and asking for a shot at his Unified ECW Championship. Zayn wasn't in any condition to respond, though, leaving Kassius Steen to glare at Dudley as we take a short break.
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Backstage:
Smackdown! returns to see General Manager Nigel McGuinness make an announcement. He claims that CM Punk has been unreachable since Survivor Series, and in the absence of the former Champion, the Smackdown! GM has decided to go ahead and schedule a match to determine Brock Lesnar's challenger at King of the Ring. "I's goin' t'be a tri'uhl threa' match, wi' th'winnuh ultima'ely goin' on t'prove his wor' as a to' contenduh. Goo' luck t'th' three su'uhstaws involved."
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5
Evan Bourne (C) def. Hideo Itami (non-title)
The United States Champion had previously accepted Hideo Itami's challenge for a one-on-one match, and neither man disappointed. The action was fast and furious, making for a fine flow as the momentum swung between the two competitors. Itami's striking ability results in some close calls, but in the end, it was Evan Bourne who manages to come away with the "W," connecting with his patented Air Bourne for the three-count.
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Backstage:
We get a look at the first of the three superstars who will be vying to be crowned the next #1 Contender: it's John Morrison! The Prince of Parkour calls himself the perfect superstar, claiming that Brock Lesnar's muscles are simply too big, and that his chest was far too wide to be Champion. Naturally, Morrison thinks that he has the right look: chiseled abs, artistically-sculpted biceps, and a killer smile. A stunning combination, one that's been overlooked for far too long, if Morrison is to be believed.
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Jeff Hardy def. Alexander Rusev
The blue brand's first King of the Ring qualifier sees the Charismatic Enigma, Jeff Hardy, advance to the King of the Ring tournament by outlasting the Bulgarian Brute, Alexander Rusev. The big man was more than a handful, multiple times almost completing the upset only for the resourceful Hardy to find some way to survive. Jeff Hardy scores with a surprise roll-up at around the ten-minute mark to cement his place in the inter-brand tournament at the expense of one of Smackdown!'s fastest-rising superstars.
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Backstage:
Mr. Money in the Bank Chris Jericho pays a visit to the GM's office, asking Nigel McGuinness to add him to the #1 Contender's Triple Threat match scheduled for our main event. The GM is reluctant, but Jericho finally convinces him to make a match for next week, pitting him against the winner of tonight's match. Jericho leaves a happy man, but the same couldn't be said for McGuinness, who has a sour look on his face as the segment ends.
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Backstage:
Dolph Ziggler is revealed to be the second superstar in our main event, and The Show-Off is raring to make the most of this opportunity. "This is the shot that I deserve, the shot that I was owed in return for attacking Samoa Joe a couple of months ago. No one bleeds blue more than Dolph Ziggler. I've been here, week in and week out, competing and entertaining-- no one, NO ONE works harder than I do, and tonight, tonight, it pays off as I take one step closer to regaining my World Heavyweight Championship."
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10
Tyler Breeze def. R-Truth
It was an interesting contrast of styles: the youthful, conceited Tyler Breeze was admittedly gifted inside the squared circle, yet it was R-Truth's veteran experience and natural instincts that prevailed as the match reached its midway point. Unfortunately for Truth, though, his short attention span rears its ugly head yet again, taking his focus off of the match as he plays with Prince Pretty's fur coat and custom selfie stick, giving the young Tyler Breeze ample time to swoop in with a roll-up for the stunning win.
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In-ring:
R-Truth couldn't believe it: he got got, two times in a week! His eyes were bulging out of their sockets as he stared at the referee, who could offer no explanation other than the fact that Breeze got the three. R-Truth starts to make his way up the ramp when Goldust appears on the Titantron, somehow staring daggers into R-Truth, wordlessly expressing his disapproval.
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Backstage:
The third and final competitor in our main event is Mark Henry, and the longtime superstar shares a story of how Brock Lesnar wasn't exactly the friendliest of fellows during his first run in the WWE. "He was a jerk then, and he's a jerk now. Brock Lesnar doesn't deserve to be Champion, he deserves to have someone knock him on his be-hind and teach him a thing or two about humility." Is Mark Henry that man? We're about to find out.
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John Morrison vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Mark Henry

The stakes were high and the action was all-out as our main event gets underway. Three totally different superstars, each with their own motivations duking it out in a monumental clash to see who gets to challenge for the World Heavyweight Championship in four weeks. The World's Strongest Man was an early favorite, his size and strength enabling him to barrel through his two opponents, at one point stacking both Morrison and Ziggler up in the corner for a crushing splash that delivers a pair of two-counts. The Prince of Parkour impressed, as well, using his athleticism to swing the momentum into his favor as the match progressed. John Morrison connects with his signature Nitro Blast to send Henry staggering-- Morrison goes for his patented Flying Chuck-- Henry catches him! Mark Henry was about to go for the World's Strongest Slam, only for Dolph Ziggler to blast him from behind! ZigZag! Ziggler plants Henry to the canvas as Henry launches Morrison backwards in an inadvertent fallaway slam! Ziggler with the cover! Dolph Ziggler is one step closer to becoming the new #1 Contender!
Rating: 85
Notes: Some of the angles used definitely helped lift the show as a whole.
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I swear there is only a handful of women in the world (There is only a handful of men as well ) I would buy Asuka losing cleanly to and Paige is one of them.
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I swear there is only a handful of women in the world (There is only a handful of men as well ) I would buy Asuka losing cleanly to and Paige is one of them.
That's good to hear, buddy, because it just might be the enchanting raven-haired diva from Norwich who's gonna boot out the Empress of Tomorrow from the Breakout Diva competition!










NXT
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Charlotte Flair def. Paige and Asuka and Bayley and Eva Marie and Taylor Made
We kick things off with a six-diva match to determine which Rookie will be joining AJ Lee and Becky Lynch, and which Rookie will be eliminated from the Breakout Diva competition. It was one fall to a finish so the action was fast and furious as all six Rookies tried their best to score the winning fall. Ultimately, it was Charlotte Flair who emerges victorious as she pins Taylor Made after a questionable (albeit inadvertent) distraction by her own Pro, Melissa, on Asuka, who was seconds away from making Eva Marie tap out.
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In-ring:
The bad blood spills over and the Japanese diva was incensed, angrily screaming at Melissa as the two divas engage in a post-match shoving contest before Kelly Kelly (Asuka's Pro) and Charlotte Flair (Melissa's Rookie) separate the two of them, cooler heads prevailing before things could escalate any further.
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3
Backstage:
Back from a commercial break, it's announced that tonight's main event will be a #1 Contender's match featuring Melissa, Mickie James, and Jessie Krease to determine who will challenge Sara Amato at this month's NXT TakeOver event. Mickie James is hungry for another shot against the Champion, more than ready to prove that she still has what it takes to be the NXT Women's Champion. Will Mickie James be successful? Stay tuned to find out!
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Home Wreckers def. Flawless
Another match with Championship implications? Two of NXT's top teams were battling it out to see which of them will get to challenge the Divas of Destruction at NXT TakeOver, and while Flawless worked a near-perfect match, it was the first-ever NXT Tag Team Champions who would earn their spot, the Home Wreckers conspiring on a devastating double team maneuver to put Layla down for the count.
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5
In-ring:
The Home Wreckers were more than ready to rekindle their long-running feud with their former Neidhart Foundation groupmates, calling out the Divas of Destruction and warning them not to get used to the feeling of being NXT Tag Team Champions, because at NXT TakeOver, the Home Wreckers will be the first-ever two-time NXT Tag Team Champions.
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Backstage:
Back from a short break, we see AJ Lee, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte Flair, the three Rookie divas to have already earned immunity until this month's NXT TakeOver, arguing about which of them was going to go on to challenge for the NXT Women's Championship at Wrestlemania. NXT General Manager Michelle McCool puts an end to the bickering, announcing that two more Rookies will be joining them in the next two weeks, while two more will also be eliminated, cutting the field down to five by the end of the month.
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MATCH
OF THE
NIGHT
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Melissa vs. Mickie James vs. Jessie Krease

Much like the Triple Threat match this past Friday on Smackdown!, tonight's main event features some incredible action from three fine competitors, all of whom were hungry for another crack at Sara Amato. Melissa was on fire early on, but it was a short-lived alliance between Mickie James and Jessie Krease that cuts short The Future Legend's momentum, the pair sending her crashing into the barricade with such force that she finds herself a non-factor for most of the contest. Mickie James was determined to stake her claim as the next #1 Contender, grazing Jessie Krease with the Mick Kick, only for The First Lady of The Family to retaliate by swatting her out of the air like a fly, dropping the veteran diva down to the canvas with a resounding thud. Melissa recovers and seemingly has things under control, only to have the self-proclaimed Empress of Tomorrow brazenly attack her, the inherent no-DQ clause in multi-diva matches allowing Asuka free reign to chop and elbow and kick and hit Melissa, leaving Jessie Krease open to plant Mickie James with a huge Running Powerslam to set herself up as the next challenger for the NXT Women's Championship.
Rating: 77
Notes: There was a feeling that a number of the angles used did not reach the standards set by the in-ring action.









In four weeks, NXT Presents:
NXT TakeOver

NXT Women's Championship
Sara Amato (C)
vs.
Jessie Krease
NXT Tag Team Championships
Divas of Destruction (C)
vs.
Home Wreckers
Breakout Diva Fatal Five-Way
[Winner gets immunity until the next TakeOver]
AJ Lee vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair vs. ??? vs. ???



In four weeks, WWE Presents:
KING OF THE RING

WWE Championship
Samoa Joe (C)
vs.
Drew Mcintyre (C)
World Heavyweight Championship
Brock Lesnar (C)
vs.
Dolph Ziggler or Chris Jericho
King of the Ring
Finals
???
vs.
???
King of the Ring
Semi-Finals
???
vs.
???
King of the Ring
Semi-Finals
???
vs.
???
King of the Ring
Quarter-Finals
Randy Orton
vs.
???
King of the Ring
Quarter-Finals
Jeff Hardy
vs.
???
King of the Ring
Quarter-Finals
???
vs.
???
King of the Ring
Quarter-Finals
???
vs.
???

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That's good to hear, buddy, because it just might be the enchanting raven-haired diva from Norwich who's gonna boot out the Empress of Tomorrow from the Breakout Diva competition!

Hey lets not get into crazy talk....lol
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Monday Night RAW
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Adrian Neville def. James Jacobs
There was a lot of bad blood threatening to be spilled as Adrian Neville battled James Jacobs in our opening contest. The gutsy Neville was coming off of a heart-breaking loss to Randy Orton, eventually managing to push past it and the distractions from the Authors of Pain, drilling Jacobs with a springboard dropkick and following it up with the Red Arrow for the big win.
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Backstage:
Jim Ross had sat down with the Intercontinental Champion earlier in the day, interviewing Drew Mcintyre about the possibility of him becoming both the Intercontinental and WWE Champion with a win against Samoa Joe. Mcintyre pays The Samoan Destroyer a compliment, quickly adding that Joe's only found success because his opponents were pushovers. The Sinister Scotsman says that he's no pushover, and come King of the Ring, Samoa Joe's going to find that out, first-hand.
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Backstage:
Antonio Cesaro runs into RAW GM Mick Foley out in the hallway, and the Swiss superstar is quick to thank him for the opportunity to qualify for the King of the Ring tournament. Damien Sandow-- Cesaro's opponent tonight-- interjects, setting the record straight and imploring Cesaro not to get his hopes up because it's The Intellectual Savior who would be advancing, "not some ruffian who was exiled from his own country for being too uncivilized."
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SHIELD def. Rey Mysterio and International Airstrike
Six-man action follows a short break, and we see the full force of the SHIELD as they take on the over-matched trio of Rey Mysterio and International Airstrike. The Hounds of Justice were in control from the get-go, absolutely dominating the competition en route to another convincing victory.
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5
In-ring:
The SHIELD stand tall following the match, Seth Rollins starting off their statement by saying that they want a "real" challenge. Dean Ambrose insists that the trio is destined for bigger and better things, and Roman Reigns (as usual) drives the point home, telling the WWE Universe to "believe in the SHIELD."
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MATCH
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NIGHT
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Canadian Alpha (C) vs. The Hart Dynasty (non-title)

Canadian Alpha was looking to move past a stunning loss on Friday Night Smackdown!, this week taking on The Hart Dynasty, another former Championship team that was looking to regain its former glory. The match was an unbelievable display of exemplary tag team action, both pairs performing at peak efficiency, quick tags and even quicker action thrilling the audience as the momentum swung both ways. Tyson Kidd and David Hart Smith were highly motivated to seize the win in this non-title match-up, working together to isolate Sami Zayn, grounding him as they successfully keep Kassius Steen from being a factor for a huge chunk of the contest. Pressure mounts for the WWE World Tag Team Champions until Sami Zayn connects with a ridiculous jumping crossbody, instantly turning things around as he hurriedly crawled towards his corner. Zayn leaps for the tag--! Steen wasn't there! Someone had pulled Kassius Steen down from the apron! It's Ted Dibiase! Dibiase attacks Sami Zayn! Dibiase causes the disqualification!
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In-ring:
The Fortunate Son lands some choice shots on the helpless Sami Zayn, the dual Champion simply too tired and beat up to mount an appropriate comeback. Luckily, Kassius Steen comes to the rescue, pulling Dibiase off of his partner and sending him scurrying off and saving the Unified ECW Champion from even more punishment.
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Backstage:
Mick Foley has had enough of Drew Mcintyre bragging about how he was going to be a dual Champion by the end of King of the Ring, walking up to the Intercontinental Champion in the hallway and dropping a bombshell: next week, it's going to be James Jacobs taking on Adrian Neville in a #1 Contender's match for Mcintyre's gold! "Be a little more careful with your words, Drew-- you might not even BE the Intercontinental Champion by King of the Ring!"
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9
Magnus def. Kane
It was a good showcase match for The British Gladiator, taking on The Devil's Favorite Demon in singles action when RAW returns. Magnus was a real force to be reckoned with, answering all of Kane's offense on his way to a big win.
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In-ring:
Sheamus comes out to the stage following the match, letting everyone know that next week, he's going to be meeting Magnus in a King of The Ring qualifying match! "Lemme make one t'ing clear, fella-- Oi'm da won movin' on t' Keng 'f da Reng, na' ye."
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The New Day def. Lucha Dragons
Getting better with every match, the New Day duo of Kofi Kingston and Big E. Langston square off with the Lucha Dragons in a fast-paced, high-octane affair. Puma and Kalisto were their usual athletic, acrobatic selves, but they fail to contend with Big E.'s brute strength, the big man catching Puma in the Big Ending for the 1, 2, 3.
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Backstage:
There's turmoil in the Canadian Alpha camp as the WWE World Tag Team Champions find themselves arguing over what was almost another big loss. Kassius Steen was sick and tired of having to deal with challengers trying to take out Sami Zayn, Zayn insisting that he was focused on defending the tag team gold each and every time they step foot inside the ring as a team. "Maybe we just have to get on the same page," Zayn argues. "Maybe YOU have to stop being such a goof-head and be serious for once!" Steen storms off, effectively ending the segment.
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Backstage:
Elsewhere, there's friction between Antonio Cesaro and Randy Orton, who had paid the Swiss superstar a visit as Cesaro was getting ready for his match. The Viper was gloating about having qualified last week, yet Cesaro was more concerned about the current state of Bryan Danielson. "You already took him out before, Randy. You didn't have to do it again." Orton glares at Cesaro, warning him to watch his mouth or else suffer the same fate as the American Dragon. "I'd like to see you try, Randy. I'll snap off that leg of yours faster than you can say R-K-O."
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Antonio Cesaro def. Damien Sandow
Antonio Cesaro backs his talk up with actions, getting a strong win over Damien Sandow in our main event. The Intellectual Savior comes out strong but is soon out-classed and out-matched, falling to a thunderous Neutralizer as Cesaro officially qualifies for the King of the Ring tournament.
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Rating: 81
Notes: Some of the angles used definitely helped lift the show as a whole.
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WWE Superstars
1
Backstage:
The WWE World Tag Team Champions open the show yet again with a locker room segment, and it appears that the dissension was continuing: Sami Zayn had a Unified ECW Championship defense scheduled for tonight, and Kassius Steen was at the end of his rope with his partner's "indulgence" in singles competition. Steen storms off and leaves, the scene ending with Sami Zayn standing all alone, his WWE World Tag Team Championship in one hand and his Unified ECW Championship in the other.
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2
Trent Baretta def. Tyson Kidd
Action was the name of the game when Trent Baretta and Tyson Kidd square off in the ring. It was a one-on-one match but both superstars were all over the place, practically two blurs bouncing around as they maximized their own athleticism to try and get one over the other. In the end, it was Trent Baretta who scores the "W," catching Kidd with a huge Tornado DDT for the 1, 2, 3.
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Sami Zayn (C) vs. Ted Dibiase vs. Ray Dudley ends in chaos
This special inter-brand match barely gets underway when the Hounds of Justice attack, the three rabid dogs of the SHIELD each zeroing in on a member of this Triple Threat match. Roman Reigns clobbers Sami Zayn while Dean Ambrose handled Ted Dibiase and Seth Rollins attacked Ray Dudley, forcing the referee to call for the bell and rule this match a no-contest.
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In-ring:
The beatdown continues, Ambrose and Rollins disposing of the Million Dollar Son and The Bully, leaving the Unified ECW Champion all alone-- Spear! Roman Reigns with a loud roar as the SHIELD punctuates their assault with a huge Triple Powerbomb! Ambrose grabs a mic, proclaiming that there was "no question" who was in charge. "The SHIELD is here to stay. Tag teams come and tag teams go, but the brotherhood, the bond that we have, that lasts a lifetime." Rollins adds that this was their way of sending a message. "We wanted to make a statement. We run the show, and what we say, goes. Mick Foley, consider this your last warning. You won't keep us chained down for long." As usual, Reigns ends it by imploring us all to "believe in the SHIELD."
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5
Backstage:
Booker T was in the interview area, doing his job as hype man for his client, Derrick Bateman. "The DB3 Challenge has to be put on hold, dawg. Me and mah boi, we got a great offer, a once in a lifetime opportunity-- DB3 is gonna be in the King of the Ring! This Friday on Smackdown!, the King of the Ring tournament is gonna get GOOD!"
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Ascension def. Pinoy Pride
The Ascension's first match on Superstars was a successful one, the bruising duo of Konnor and Viktor ably handling one of Smackdown!'s most established teams in Pinoy Pride. Unfortunately, TJ Perkins and Shiima Xion were no match for the combined might of Ascension, becoming the latest victims to the Fall of Man.
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Backstage:
Mr. Money in the Bank Chris Jericho had an enviable shot this coming Friday: Dolph Ziggler was technically the new #1 Contender, but Jericho could steal that contendership from him when the two men meet in the ring at Smackdown! Jericho admits that though he and Ziggler were on the same side at Survivor Series, the two men were far from being friends. "I haven't forgotten how he cashed in on me at Wrestlemania 30 and cost me the World Heavyweight Championship. This time, the roles are reversed. After Smackdown!, I'm going to go on to King of the Ring. I'm going to be the one to meet Brock Lesnar, and I'm going to go on to slay the Beast. If for some reason I fail-- Well, I've got an insurance policy, don't I?" Jericho pats his MITB briefcase as we take our final break of the evening. The United States Championship is on the line when Superstars returns!
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MATCH
OF THE
NIGHT
81
Evan Bourne (C) vs. Ryback for the United States Championship

It was feeding time for The Big Guy, and he was hungry for gold. Ryback was aggressive early on, smashing the United States Champion into the steel steps and controlling the match, using his size and power to subdue the much-smaller Evan Bourne, grounding the atheltic high-flier in an effort to negate the Champion's physical advantage. Ryback scores with a number of slams but couldn't put Bourne away, the resilient Champion rising to the occasion by surviving the devastating Meathook Clothesline, coming back to block Shellshocked with a series of knees to the head-- Bourne counters with a beautiful hurracanrana, right into a pinning predicament! Evan Bourne steals the win!
Rating: 79
Notes: Some of the angles used definitely helped lift the show as a whole.
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Friday Night Smackdown!
1
In-ring:
The World Heavyweight Champion was nowhere to be found as Paul Heyman opens the show inside the ring, claiming to be an "advocate" for The Natural Phenomenon, the Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar. Heyman touts the Champion's Herculean deeds, mocking CM Punk for "getting his [expletive] whooped so badly that he tucked his tail in between his legs and slinked off to whatever hole he called his home." Punk had been absent since losing his gold, but there was no reason for Paul Heyman to rub it in, especially considering his client's King of the Ring challenger was set to be named later on this evening.
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John Morrison def. Kassius Steen (C) (non-title)
Conspicuous by his absence was Sami Zayn, who did not accompany Kassius Steen at ringside for this one-on-one match. The announce team bring up the SHIELD's attack at Superstars, wondering whether or not it weighed on his partner's mind. Steen appeared to be a step slow all throughout the contest, eventually falling to a Nitro Blast-Flying Chuck combo to hand John Morrison the win.
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Backstage:
Evan Bourne is interviewed about his big win against Ryback, barely getting a word in when Alexander Rusev runs in for the attack. With Lana by his side, Rusev was a menacing figure that had one goal in mind: Crush. The Bulgarian Brute locks his unconscious victim in the Accolade, not letting go until a host of referees arrive to break things up.
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Derrick Bateman def. Rhino
This week's King of the Ring qualifying match features rising star Derrick Bateman as he battled the veteran powerhouse Rhino, with Bateman's manager Booker T at ringside. Booker's antics were definitely beneficial towards DB3, who endures The Man-Beast's attacks and escapes with the hard-fought win, dodging the Gore and rolling Rhino up for the three-count.
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5
Backstage:
Dolph Ziggler was the #1 Contender, but that could all change should he lose to Chris Jericho in our main event. The Show-Off was unperturbed, though, screaming to the WWE Universe that this was "his" shot, a shot that he deserves and a shot that he earned. "I'm not going to let anyone take it away from me."
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Backstage:
Nigel McGuinness had just finished announcing that next week's King of the Ring qualifier would feature Cody Rhodes versus Bray Wyatt when Goldust barges in, wanting a qualifying match of his own. The Smackdown! GM refuses, citing Goldust's recent erratic behavior as enough cause to keep the veteran from the tournament. Instead, he offers to give Goldust a match-- And right on cue, Hideo Itami interrupts. Just like that, the match is made: Goldust versus Itami, and it's going to be next!
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Hideo Itami def. Goldust
This could potentially be a breakout win for the Japanese superstar, and he didn't let it go to waste. Hideo Itami used his speed and his exceptional striking ability to keep Goldust off-balance, a series of stiff kicks ending with a huge roundhouse kick, punctuated by a running kick for the upset.
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Kazarian def. R-Truth
The kicks may have knocked Goldust a bit more loopy than usual, because The Bizarre One stayed for commentary for the next match. We soon find out why: R-Truth was involved. The one superstar that had Goldust beat in the "crazy" department was going up against Kazarian, and soon enough, Goldust's commentating escalates into a near-psychotic episode at ringside. Naturally, R-Truth was worried for his companion-- Li'l Jimmy. He takes his eyes off of his opponent, and that was all she wrote. Kazarian picks up the "W."
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In-ring:
Yet again, Goldust approaches his fellow veteran, offering R-Truth his hand (but not before turning to the side and muttering at R-Truth's imaginary companion to "stuff it"). Truth thinks about it for a second, sniffing Goldust's gloved hand before conferring with his fictitious friend, finally deciding to walk away without another word.
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10
Backstage:
Cameras take us to the locker room, where an irate Kassius Steen was on the phone with someone, seemingly his tag team partner, Sami Zayn. Steen was letting him have it, screaming at Zayn for not being in his corner tonight. "You should've known that I wanted you out there! 'Prior commitments?!' What 'prior commitments' would be so pressing that you couldn't join your own tag team partner for his match?! Or have you forgotten that you're one-half of the WWE World Tag Team Champions, huh?" This goes on for a while, and although we don't hear Sami Zayn's responses, Kassius Steen was far from placated when the segment ends.
92
11
Backstage:
Bray Wyatt was in his rocking chair, swaying back and forth as he chuckles. There's a lone spotlight shining on the Eater of Worlds, current whereabouts unknown. "The Hero, and now, The Prince. One by one, all the soldiers, all the men, all of them line up, and one by one, all of them will fall. It's a long, long crash, and it will be by Bray Wyatt's hand." He talks about sending a messaage, an undeniable statement that no one will be able to ignore. "Stay. Watch. Follow the buzzards."
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MATCH
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Dolph Ziggler vs. Chris Jericho

It would be a cold day in hell before Dolph Ziggler was going to willingly lie down and let someone take his spot. The Show-Off was on point and on fire early on, forcing his opponent to regroup on the outside-- Ziggler with a huge dive! Both men almost get counted out, the match continuing as the war raged on; Chris Jericho was determined to force his way into the World Heavyweight Championship match, pulling out all the stops, including a wonderful double-underhook backbreaker that nets a two-count. The Lionsault even connects, failing to put Ziggler away, prompting Jericho to momentarily lose his cool and bark at the referee. Ziggler with a roll-up! Dolph Ziggler tries to steal the win! One! TWO! TH-- Jericho kicks out! The momentum goes both ways as the two men lay it all on the line in a masterful display of emotion and desire, yet in the end, only one could walk out the victor: Jericho goes for a Codebreaker attempt, only to have Dolph Ziggler hang onto the ropes! Jericho crashes to the canvas! Ziggler with the pin! The official doesn't see Ziggler put his feet on the ropes for leverage! Dolph Ziggler is still the #1 Contender!
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In-ring:
Whether it was relief or sheer exhaustion that washed over Dolph Ziggler's face following the match will likely remain a mystery as Paul Heyman once again proves himself to be a conniving snake-oil salesman: Brock Lesnar is here! The World Heavyweight Champion marched down to the ring, meeting both Ziggler and Jericho head-on. His two targets were already worn-out from their match, and Lesnar bulldozes through them like a wrecking ball, assaulting both superstars as Heyman watched on with glee. F-5 for Jericho! And another for Ziggler! The Natural Phenomenon has arrived, and there was no stopping his path of destruction here on Friday Night Smackdown!
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Rating: 84
Notes: There was a feeling that a number of the angles used did not reach the standards set by the in-ring action.
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