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    WWE Rasky Re-Books: WWE 2014

    Oh, another new BTB?! Yes. This time, and hopefully sticking it with it this time, is a focus on WWE 2014 beginning with the night after Wrestlemania XXX. I plan on using TEW 2016 as I book this. Unfortunately, WWE’s scheduling was awkwardly set up, which may or may result in some issues with the BTB. NXT will be written without TEW 2016 accompanying it as the game does not allow me to book a developmental territory. Weekly shows will be written with a general overview over all the matches and segments. Pay-Per-Views and NXT Takeover’s will all be written in full. Onward to fixing the WWE. ~ Rasky

    “THE MIRACLE ON BOURBON STREET”



    Wrestlemania XXX
    April 6th, 2014



    Pre-Show


    WWE Tag Team Championship Match
    The Usos ©
    defeated The Real Americans, RybAxel, and Los Matadores to retain the WWE Tag Team Championships


    Main Show

    Winner Enters the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match Later in the Night
    Daniel Bryan
    defeated Triple H

    Six Man Tag Team Match
    The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Seth Rollins)
    defeated Kane and The New Age Outlaws

    Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal
    Cesaro
    defeated thirty other superstars to win the trophy

    Singles Match
    John Cena
    defeated Bray Wyatt

    The Undertaker’s Streak on the Line
    Brock Lesnar
    defeated The Undertaker to end The Streak


    Vickie Guerrero’s Invitational Match for the WWE Divas Championship
    AJ Lee ©
    defeated Aksana, Alicia Fox, Brie Bella, Cameron, Emma, Eva Marie, Layla, Naomi, Natalya, Nikki Bella, Rosa Mendes, Summer Rae, and Tamina Snuka to retain the WWE Divas Championship


    Triple Threat Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
    Daniel Bryan
    defeated Batista and Randy Orton © to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion

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    Male Roster



    WWE World Heavyweight Champion
    Daniel Bryan



    WWE United States Champion
    Dean Ambrose



    WWE Intercontinental Champion
    Big E

    Alberto Del Rio
    Alexander Rusev {To Debut Soon}
    Bad News Barrett
    Batista
    Big E
    Big Show
    Billy Gunn
    Bray Wyatt
    Brock Lesnar - Part Time Wrestler
    Brodus Clay
    Cesaro
    Christian {Currently Injured}
    CM Punk {Inactive}
    Cody Rhodes
    Curt Hawkins
    Curtis Axel
    Damien Sandow
    Daniel Bryan
    Darren Young
    David Otunga
    Dean Ambrose
    Diego
    Dolph Ziggler
    Drew McIntyre
    Erick Rowan
    Evan Bourne
    Ezekiel Jackson
    Fandango
    Fernando
    Goldust
    The Great Khali
    Heath Slater
    Jack Swagger
    Jey Uso
    Jimmy Uso
    Jinder Mahal
    John Cena
    JTG
    Justin Gabriel
    Kane
    Kofi Kingston
    Luke Harper
    Mark Henry
    The Miz
    R-Truth
    Randy Orton
    Rey Mysterio
    Road Dogg
    The Rock - Part Time Wrestler
    Roman Reigns
    Ryback
    Santino Marella
    Seth Rollins
    Sheamus
    Sin Cara
    Titus O’Neil
    Triple H - Part Time Wrestler
    Tyson Kidd
    The Undertaker - Part Time Wrestler
    William Regal - Part Time Wrestler
    Xavier Woods
    Yoshi Tatsu
    Zack Ryder


    Female Wrestlers
    Referred to as Divas


    WWE Divas Champion
    AJ Lee

    AJ Lee
    Aksana
    Alicia Fox
    Brie Bella
    Cameron
    Emma
    Eva Marie
    Layla
    Naomi
    Natalya
    Nikki Bella
    Rosa Mendes
    Summer Rae
    Tamina Snuka


    Tag Teams


    WWE Tag Team Champions
    The Usos
    Jey and Jimmy Uso

    3MB (Drew McIntyre, Jinder Mahal, and Heath Slater)
    Cody Rhodes and Goldust
    The Funkadactyles (Cameron and Naomi)
    Los Matadores (Diego and Fernando)
    R-Truth and Xavier Woods
    RybAxel (Curtis Axel and Ryback)
    The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Seth Rollins)
    The Usos (Jey and Jimmy Uso)
    The Wyatt Family (Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, and Luke Harper)


    Managers and Valets

    El Torito, Manager to Los Matadores
    Lana, Valet to Alexander Rusev
    Paul Heyman, Manager to Brock Lesnar
    Zeb Colter, Manager to Jack Swagger and Cesaro


    On Air Roles

    Brad Maddox, Raw General Manager and Occasional Wrestler
    Byron Saxton, Commentator on Raw
    Jerry “The King” Lawler, Color Commentator for Smackdown and PPVs
    John Bradshaw Layfield, Color Commentator for Raw and PPVs
    Kane, Director of Operations
    Michael Cole, Play-By-Play Commentator for Raw and PPVs
    Renee Young, Backstage Interviewer
    Stephanie McMahon, Executive Officer
    Tom Phillips, Commentator on Smackdown
    Triple H, COO
    Vickie Guerrero, SmackDown General Manager
    Vince McMahon, Chairman of the WWE
    William Regal, Color Commentator for Smackdown

    Other Personnel

    Road Agents


    Anthony Garcia
    Arn Anderson
    Billy Kidman
    Bruno Lauer
    Dave Finlay
    Dean Malenko
    Droz
    Jack Lanza
    Lex Luger
    Michael P.S. Hayes
    Mike Rotunda
    Pat Patterson
    Steve Lombardi

    Referees

    Chad Patton
    Charles Robinson
    John Cone
    Mike Choida
    Rod Zapata
    Rudy Charles
    Scott Armstrong


    Male Roster


    NXT Champion

    Adrian Neville

    Adam Rose
    Adrian Neville
    Aiden English
    Alexander Rusev - Also appears on WWE programming
    Angelo Dawkins
    Baron Corbin
    Bo Dallas
    CJ Parker
    Camacho - Also appears on WWE programming
    Colin Cassady
    Corey Graves
    Curt Hawkins
    - Also appears on WWE Programming
    Danny Burch
    Enzo Amore {Currently Injured}
    Jason Jordan
    Konnor
    Mason Ryan
    Mojo Rawley
    Oliver Grey
    Sami Zayn
    Sawyer Fulton
    Scott Dawson
    Sylvester Lefort
    Troy Mclain
    Tyler Breeze
    Xavier Woods - Also appears on WWE Programming
    Viktor

    Female Wrestlers


    NXT Women’s Championship
    Paige

    Alexa Bliss
    Bayley
    Charlotte
    Emma - Also appears on WWE Programming
    JoJo
    Paige
    Sasha Banks
    Summer Rae - Also appears on WWE Programming

    Tag Teams



    NXT Tag Team Champions
    The Ascension

    The Ascension (Konnor and Vikor)
    BFF’s (Charlotte, Sasha Banks, and Summer Rae)
    Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady

    Managers and Valets

    Lana, Valet to Alexander Rusev - Also appears on WWE Programming

    On Air Roles

    Alex Riley, Commentator for NXT
    Devin Taylor , Backstage Interviewer
    Jason Albert, Commentator for NXT
    John Bradshaw Layfield, Commissioner of NXT
    Tom Phillips, Commentator for NXT

    Unassigned NXT Personnel

    Adam Mercer
    Adam Scherr
    Becky Lynch
    Buddy Murphy
    Cal Bishop
    Chas Betts
    Danilo Anfibio
    Drake Wuertz
    Dylan Mile
    Jasper Orton
    Judas Devlin
    Kalisto
    Leah Van Dale
    Logan Shulo
    Marcus Louis
    Mickie Keegan
    Morkeith Brown
    Rachelle Walker
    Raquel Diaz
    Sarah Backman
    Slate Randall
    Solomon Crowe
    Simon Gotch
    Stuart Tomlinson
    Tye Dillinger
    Veronica Lane

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    Championship History


    WWE World Heavyweight Championship

    Randy Orton (8) | October 27th, 2013 - April 6th, 2014
    Daniel Bryan (3) | April 6th, 2014 - Present


    WWE United States Championship

    Kofi Kingston (3) | April 15th, 2013 - May 19th, 2013
    Dean Ambrose (1) | May 18th, 2013 - Present


    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Curtis Axel (1) | June 16th, 2013 - November 18th, 2013
    Big E (1) | November 18th, 2013 - Present


    WWE Tag Team Championship

    The New Age Outlaws (1) | January 26th, 2014 - March 3rd, 2014
    The Usos (1) | March 3rd, 2014 - Present


    WWE Divas Championship

    Kaitlyn (1) | January 14th, 2013 - June 16th, 2013
    AJ Lee (1) | June 16th, 2013 - Present


    NXT Championship

    Bo Dallas (1) | May 23rd, 2013 - February 27th, 2014
    Adrian Neville (1) | February 27th, 2014 - Present


    NXT Tag Team Championship

    Adrian Neville and Corey Graves (1) | June 20th, 2013 - September 12th, 2013
    The Ascension (1) | September 12th, 2013 - Present


    NXT Women's Championship

    Paige (1) | June 20th, 2013 - Present



    Event History

    Raw:


    Smackdown:


    NXT:


    Pay-Per-Views and WWE Network Special Events:
    Backlash
    Vengeance
    Money in the Bank
    The Great American Bash
    Summerslam
    Unforgiven
    No Mercy
    Survivor Series
    Armageddon
    Royal Rumble
    Fastlane
    Wrestlemania 31

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    Alright, Rasky. You have me intrigued here. There's plenty of routes to go with post WMXXX and questions to ask (How long will Bryan have the belt? What will you do with Brock? Will you bring Punk back? How long will AJ Lee be around for? What will you do with Cesaro? etc.) so it's certainly a very intriguing time. I look forward to seeing what you bring to the table. Best of luck with sticking with this project.

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    Subscribing!! Good luck mate




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    Re: Rasky Re-Books: WWE 2014

    Bryan's title reign, The Shield, Lesnar/Taker's reaction to the streak ending, Cena after his issues with The Wyatt Family... Honestly just so much to work from starting from Mania XXX.

    I look forward to seeing what you do with NXT also.

    Good luck, I'll be reading

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    Re: Rasky Re-Books: WWE 2014

    I enjoyed your previous thread and I'm also a huge fan of BTBs around this period in time because there is so much going on as others have said. Make sure Cesaro gets a proper push after his Battle Royal win though! I'll be reading for sure mate.




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    WWE Television and Events Receive Massive Shake Up

    - As we prepare for the first Raw after Wrestlemania XXX, there has been an announcement regarding the current commentary teams on Monday Night Raw, Friday Night Smackdown, and pay-per-views. Byron Saxton will be joining the flagship show, and Tom Philips will be working double duty on Smackdown and NXT. Both men are will be joined by some of the most well-respected individuals in and out of the ring. In NXT, Tom Philips will continue working alongside Jason Albert and Alex Riley. The following commentary teams are now in place:

    Raw:

    Michael Cole, John Bradshaw Layfield, and Byron Saxton

    Smackdown:

    Tom Philips, Jerry "The King" Lawler, and William Regal

    Pay-Per-View Events:
    Michael Cole, Jerry "The King" Lawler, and John Bradshaw Layfield

    - The previously event schedule for 2014 has been changed to match previous years. Royal Rumble, Wrestlstlemania, Money in the Bank, Summerslam, and Survivor Series will all remain intact. The following shows the original event, and the new event that will be taking its place.

    Extreme Rules - Backlash
    Payback - Vengeance
    Battleground - The Great American Bash
    Night of Champions - Unforgiven
    Hell in a Cell - No Mercy
    TLC - Armageddon
    Elimination Chamber - Fastlane



    Thanks for the positive feedback already! Glad to see there is some excitement as I go forward with this BTB.

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    I'll be reading this for sure, I really enjoyed your Impact Wrestling BTB (speaking of that, why did you stopped writing it?)
    Good luck Rasky

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    Monday Night Raw
    April 7th, 2016

    Let the Yes! Era Commence



    PYRO


    “Flight of the Valkyries”

    Raw is off to a strong start with the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Daniel Bryan. The champion has the WWE Championship hanging on one shoulder, and the WWE World Heavyweight Championship hanging from the other. The ovation getting louder as he enters the ring, the YES! Chants practically causing the Smoothie King Center to shake. Bryan enters the ring, microphone in hand, and he allows the chants to continue on. Camera panning out to show nearly the whole arena going with the chant. It slowly dies down and the champion is finally ready to speak. First things first, he thanks the WWE Universe for never losing their voice, and their voice is what got him to Wrestlemania. He admits that he was never supposed to be the type of guy who made it big, and the fans allowed him to be able to. Now, “You Deserve It” chants fill the arena as it does not allow the Bryan to speak once again. In fact, he holds up the championships to a roar from the crowd. As he holds it up, music all too familiar to Daniel Bryan plays with the crowd being quick to boo.

    “King of Kings”

    The camera cuts to the stage, red covering the trons with The Authority’s logo as the bitter Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, former champion Randy Orton, Batista, and Kane make their way onto the stage. All dressed on the most luxurious outfits. Stephanie McMahon is the only one with a microphone as she says that nobody has spoken since the terrible events one night before. The boss does congratulate Daniel as he defeated three formidable opponents, but she also reminds him that he might be the champion yet The Authority is still in control. McMahon lists a few ideas she has like forcing Daniel Bryan to defend his championship throughout the night, or having him go through a special Authority Gauntlet match. Each idea she runs through gets a solid negative reaction accompanied by “No!” chants. Especially her last thought; it being Daniel Bryan be stripped of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Ultimately, Stephanie will not be doing any of them as they will lose fans, which is ultimately bad for business. With that, Kane asks for the microphone seemingly ready to speak.

    Kane agrees with Stephanie with it being bad for business that Daniel would possibly lose his championship in one night. He does believe though that the championships would have no problem losing their holder. As the Director of Operations, Kane asks Stephanie McMahon to sign off on, what he calls, a destruction of Daniel Bryan right now. McMahon thinks it over, and, no surprise, she gives the okay. Triple H, Randy Orton, and Batista all seem ready, but Daniel Bryan has something to say. Bryan understands why The Authority is upset as each one of them were embarrassed on The Grandest Stage of Them All. That only seems to irritate the five, but Bryan continues on that he fought to win the championship and he will fight them all right now! The crowd cheers loudly for their champion with Triple H, Randy Orton, Batista, and Kane going to the ring then standing on one side of the apron. Before they enter the ring, Daniel places his championships down and mentions more one more crucial thing: He would never come out here with no back up knowing the mood they’re all in.

    “SIERRA, HOTEL, INDIA, ECHO, LIMA, DELTA. THE SHIELD."
    “Special Op"

    Spotlights in the crowd with the cameras searching. Found east side of the hard camera is Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Seth Rollins making their way towards the ring from the sea of fans. With their journey into the ring going on, The Authority enters the ring to go after Daniel Bryan. Kane is caught with a big kick to the gut, which allows Triple H to easily come with his running knee to the face. Daniel is knocked down allowing all the men to take off their suit jackets, and they begin to stomp down on the champion. That forces Dean, Seth, and Roman to get through the fans faster than usual. As Triple H sets up Daniel Bryan for the pedigree, Seth Rollins is on the apron to springboard into the ring with the flying knee to Triple H. Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose now enter the ring as a brawl has broken out between The Authority and The Shield. Triple H rolls out of the ring following the knee allowing for a fair amount of numbers here. Randy Orton is quick to follow in leaving the ring as in order to avoid a Superman Punch. Batista is overpowered by Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins who both clothesline him over the top rope. That leaves Kane trying to beat down on Daniel Bryan, but now all eyes of The Shield are on him. The Corporate Monster turns around, prepared for battle, but he gets caught with a big enzuigiri from Seth Rollins. Followed by a running knee by Dean Ambrose. Followed by a Superman Punch by Roman Reigns. Daniel Bryan now back to his feet comes running with the Knee Plus to the Director of Operations! As Kane rolls out of the ring, Daniel Bryan takes his championships back to begin the YES chants as The Shield stares down The Authority. As we cut to commercial, we know that this is far from over.


    Commercial Break


    The Authority’s Office…


    We return with Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, Randy Orton, Batista, and Kane who are at a new level of anger compared to earlier. Stephanie says she has a plan to take care of this, but Triple H quickly stops her. He says that they will take care of this when he, Randy Orton, Batista, and Kane meet Daniel Bryan and The Shield in tonight’s main event.




    WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
    Fandango versus Big E ©

    This championship match, contested under normal rules, was put together by Kane after Fandango eliminated Big E from the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal last night. The crowd was strongly behind both men making it known by chanting the music of Fandango and Big E’s name. Into the action itself, it was fairly contested until the last couple of minutes. Fandango did his best to cheat, raking Big E’s eyes to be exact, but that did buy him a large amount of time. Big E kept it clean by using his power over the dancer. Within the final moments of their encounter, the following occurred: The challenger, Fandango, connects with a russian legsweep. Fandango climbed to the top rope for the Last Dance, but Big E moved away in the last moment. The champion would then connect with the E-Train following by the Big Ending to retain the Intercontinental Championship.

    Spoiler:

    Winner and Still WWE Intercontinental Champion: Big E


    Big E is ready to celebrate with the people of New Orleans, but it is short-lived. Music quite familiar begins playing.

    “Somebodies Gonna Get It”

    It’s none other than The World’s Strongest Man… Mark Henry. Mark Henry also appeared in the Andre The Giant Battle Royal last night. The World’s Strongest Man goes down to the ring where he and Big E meet the face to face. Many people consider Big E the future as he holds up his championship to remind Henry what he could be getting himself into. .As many thought this would be a physical confrontation, we get something different. Mark Henry extends his hand to Big E saying that he respects him. The two just stand there with Henry’s arm extended as neither man moves. Then, Big E extends his to shake hands with Mark Henry. Simply after that, Mark congratulates Big E on the win then leaves the ring for Big E to celebrate.


    Commercial Break


    Interview Pit…


    Renee Young is on screen, microphone in hand, and she introduces her guest, WWE Divas Champion, AJ Lee. Renee is quick to applaud AJ for winning her championship match last night, but AJ just shrugs it off as if it was the easiest match of her career. Young’s first question of two is trying to discover what the champion’s big celebration is about tonight. Lee does not give much to it except we should expect a big opportunity for one woman. She continues on that she is the leader of the Diva locker room, and it is her job to keep them unified. Because of that, she has started a petition for Total Divas stars to be placed in their own locker room, even their own division, because they are holding back the other women. Renee tries to get a word in, maybe to talk sense into AJ, but The Black Widow continues on that nobody will interrupt her. She makes it perfectly clear that she does not respect anyone who is in the WWE for the money and not the wrestling. Taking a deep breath, she smiles at Renee Young then skips off the set as we’re sent to the ring.



    Tag Team Match

    Foxsana (Alicia Fox and Aksana) versus The Bella Twins (Brie and Nikki Bella)

    As AJ just called out the Total Divas cast, two members of the show, The Bella Twins, are ready for action versus Foxsana. Like a usual diva match, this is a quick one with some simple maneuvers. Alicia Fox and Aksana are overshadowed by the cheers for The Bella Twins who’re arguably the most popular women in the company. Brie made a hot tag to Nikki who showed off with some heavy hitting clotheslines and a step up into the corner then coming back with a kick. All of those moves put the momentum, as well as Aksana, on Nikki Bella’s shoulders as she connects with the Rack Attack for the victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winners: The Bella Twins


    The Bella Twins celebrate their victory as each make it obvious AJ’s word mean nothing. They signify they both want the championship gold before being interrupted.



    Luke Harper and Erick Rowan are in the screen as Bray Wyatt walks into the scene. He simply announces that they’re here receiving a big pop from the crowd.


    Commercial Break


    Woah-oh-oh-oh-Woah

    Woah-oh-oh-oh-Woah
    Woah-oh-oh-oh-Woah
    The life of the party, Adam Rose, is coming soon!



    “Live In Fear”

    With the arena pitch black, Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, and Erick Rowan make their way onto the stage. A spotlight showing the trio with nothing else visible. Bray Wyatt holds his signature lantern, Luke Harper pulls Bray’s rocking chair behind him, and Erick Rowan slowly follows with his sheep mask covering his face. The walk is slow with the crowd singing along to the music of The Wyatt Family. Once reaching the bottom of the ramp, the chair is set up for Bray Wyatt to take a seat then blow out the lantern. The spotlight remains as Wyatt holds a microphone being accompanied by the shadows of Harper and Rowan.

    Before Bray can speak, the crowd begins their song of Wyatt having the whole world in his hands. He sits rocking backward and forward as he laughs with the crowds singing. As it continues on, he decides to stand up and lazily orchestrate his choir known as the WWE Universe. They cheer, sing the words to the hit song, but Bray takes a seat then yells into the microphone for them to shut up… They all do just that. Wyatt now laughs again as he is rocking. He starts off speaking again by saying his loss to John Cena meant nothing. He got something so much more. Wyatt now has every member of the wrestling community in his hands. He laughs again then announces he has a message for John Cena. Their feud is not over yet. He tells Cena to wear his bright shirts, he tell Cena to lead his “little CeNation” because he can't run from the darkness. Wyatt may have been defeated, but he's got a following. He's stronger with his family, and it now extends to those in attendance.

    Continuing on, Bray also says he figured out something about John Cena. He saw a little glimmer of hate and destruction in his eyes last night. He could see John was at the state he says he can never get to it. Wyatt stands up, as he continues by yelling into the microphone, and he calls John Cena a liar. You know who doesn't lie? Bray Wyatt. Wyatt invites all people to follow the buzzards, or be forced to join him because he has the whole world in his hands. Wyatt then places the microphone onto the ground, and he makes his way to the ring where Santino Marella is awaiting him for action.


    Singles Match
    Santino Marella versus Bray Wyatt with Luke Harper and Erick Rowan

    As expected, this is a quick match with the expected result. Bray starts it off by running into Santino as he was in the corner. When he pills him out, he begins to dance ce with his almost lifeless body. Swinging him around, he drops him over his knee, kisses his forehead, and he connects with the Sister Abigail for the quick victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Bray Wyatt


    Luke Harper and Erick Rowan make their way into the ring as Bray stays on his knees. His two fellow family members bring Santino to his feet then throw him out of the ring. They stand tall behind Bray Wyatt as we’re sent to commercial break.


    Commercial Break


    “Real American”


    As we return from commercial, Hulk Hogan is introduced to an electric crowd. He comes out with the usual Hulk-a-mania shirt and jeans with the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal trophy waiting in the ring. He enters to be given a microphone as he waits for the crowd to quiet down. Once they do, he says that Wrestlemania XXX was a history making night. He mentions Daniel Bryan’s two victories, Brock Lesnar breaking The Undertaker’s streak, and Cesaro winning the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal. He puts over The Swiss Superman by saying he embodies someone who he wanted to win. Powerful, respectable, and a future World Champion. Practically endorsing Cesaro, he introduces him to the New Orleans crowd.

    “Patriot”

    With The Real American music accompanying him, Cesaro comes out to another above average from the crowd. He is not alone as Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter come out behind him. The three men, along with the crowd, do their “We The People” before making their way into the ring. Once they do, Hulk goes to hand the microphone to Cesaro, but Zeb Colter takes the microphone. He tells Hogan that Andre The Giant wasn’t even an American citizen, and he proposes that this trophy be remade and renamed to the George Washington Memorial Battle Royal. It would properly recognize someone who is a true pioneer, and not someone with a growing deficiency. It’s obvious that Hulk Hogan is taking offense to what Zeb is saying, and the crowd is too as they boo Colter. Zeb tells Hulk Hogan he is not a real American for defending an immigrant like Andre. Hulk seems rather angry now, looking at the statue of Andre then at Zeb who is continuing on. Colter says an immigrant, like Andre, did not win that battle royal because as of tomorrow, Cesaro is an official American citizen. Jack Swagger is quick to applaud his teammate, but Cesaro takes the microphone from his manager.

    Cesaro takes a moment to look at Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter before announcing he is not a real american. Swagger and Colter are almost appalled at such a statement as The Swiss Superman carries on that he is proud of where he is from. Cesaro is also proud of all he has accomplished without Zeb Colter and Jack Swagger. He says that last night was obvious when he attacked Jack Swagger, and it is because he is no longer a real american. He is no longer a Zeb Colter Guy… He is a… Paul… Heyman… Guy!

    A big reveal as Cesaro drops the microphone as Paul Heyman walks onto the stage. The New Orleans crowd cheers for this big reveal as Heyman introduces himself. He says that he could not watch the future, as Hulk Hogan put it, be held down. Paul promises that within a year Cesaro will be the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, and he is starting that tonight. Heyman makes it known that he is not Cesaro’s manager, but he is Cesaro’s guide to reaching the brass ring he so desperately wants. He announces that, after talking to Stephanie McMahon, Cesaro and Jack Swagger will be having a one on one match next! Cesaro is all smiles with the announcement as Paul Heyman makes his way down the ramp. Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter are both furious with the announcement as security comes to take the trophy out of the ring, and Hulk Hogan also leaves as we prepare for this singles match.


    Commercial Break


    Singles Match

    Cesaro with Paul Heyman versus Jack Swagger with Zeb Colter

    A lengthy bout between the now broken up Real Americans heading into the second hour of this three hour Raw. An even exchange of momentum to start it off as both men lock up although neither gets the advantage. Cesaro was looking to be the bigger man early on as Swagger ate multiple uppercuts. The Real American did have a backup plan where he kicked out Cesaro’s right leg. That allowed Jack to focus his attack on the leg with the holes to lock on the Patriot Lock. Stomping on Cesaro’s ankle, swinging his leg into the steel pole, and dropping his own knee onto Cesaro was a majority of the offense. When Jack would finally apply the submission, that's when Cesaro would make his own comeback as he pushed away Swagger. Some big uppercuts, a big boot with the good leg, and his double foot stomp. That foot stomp does hurt The Swiss Superman with Swagger once again being able to lock on the Patriot Lock, but Cesaro once again reaches the ropes this time. The match ending came soon after with Cesaro connecting with the Very European uppercut almost out of desperation to be awarded the victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Cesaro


    As the bell rings, Paul Heyman grins in the direction of Zeb Colter. Cesaro’s new “guide” enters the ring to raise his hand as the victor. Jack Swagger rolls out of the ring as he and Zeb Colter make their way up the ramp. They look back, both in disgust, as Cesaro and Paul Heyman discuss the victory.


    Commercial Break


    Backstage…


    The cameras catch Jack Swagger throwing his bags into the back of a vehicle. Zeb Colter is about to enter the passenger side when Tom Phillips runs to the scene. He asks Zeb why they’re leaving, as he makes light of the fact that the show is not over, but Colter tells him to shut up. He says that Jack and him were blindsided tonight after helping Cesaro, and they are going on a break. He leaves us with the statement: “It was about time the damn Swiss turned their back on us too.”



    Tag Team Match

    Los Matadores with El Torito versus 3MB with Heath Slater

    Surprisingly, this was not a typical 3MB match. Comedy route was not taken with McIntyre, Mahal, Fernando, and Diego all prepared for competition. Drew and Jinder are displaying the aggression they once had as single stars, and Fernando and Diego are displaying some high flying maneuvers. Those aerial moves allowed for the offense from Los Matadores.The two masked puerto rican stars also had frequent tags, which allowed them to stay in control over their larger opponents. That offense would only work up into the moment when Mahal pushed Fernando off the top rope to the outside. From there, Fernando’s arm would become the target for an attack. He and Drew would also make frequent tags as well, but they used it to attack the masked wrestlers arm. When a hot tag was made to Diego, after Fernando slipped out of the Future Shock DDT, as it seemed Los Matadores would walk away with the victory… If it weren’t for Heath Slater… As Diego was on the top rope, with El Torito cheering him on, Slater threw the heavy, plastic guitar - which they had used in their entrances - into the back of the bull. Causing Diego to step down, he ate a big boot from Jinder which then transitioned into a fireman’s carry. Jinder drops Diego onto both knees, calling his finishing maneuver the Sands of Time, and 3MB picks up the victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winners: 3MB


    Heath Slater enters the ring upon his teams win with guitars in hand. He hands them off to Drew and Jinder as he then takes a microphone from Justin Roberts. He says that the three man rock band is ready to start fighting. They're guitar playing, butt whooping bad asses who are ready to be taken seriously. Handing the microphone off to Mahal, he has very few words to say. He says they made an example out of Los Matadores. Mahal does mention that their opposition did have some offensive maneuvers, but he and Drew brutalized them upon countering those moves. Finally, he hands it off to Drew. The Scottish wrestler says that the band needs some gold to add onto their act. They’re coming for The Usos and their WWE Tag Team Championships.He drops the microphone,their music plays, and they begin with their guitars to send us to commercial.


    Commercial Break


    “Let’s Light It Up”

    We’re back to the always high-spirited music of the mean-spirited Divas Champion. AJ Lee skips onto the stage, Tamina Snuka behind her, with the championship around her waist. Once centered, she unhooks the championship to hold it up for all in attendance to see. The two make their way into the ring as AJ has a microphone in hand. She says it’s time for, what she calls, another call to reality for the women backstage. She calls for every diva backstage to go onto her stage right now. After waiting a moment, Alicia Fox, Aksana, Brie Bella, Cameron, Emma, Eva Marie, Layla, Naomi, Natalya, Nikki Bella, Rosa Mendes, and Summer Rae all come onto stage. None of them seem to be too happy to see the Divas Champion, but AJ does thank them. She says she wants to make sure everyone knows what a real champion looks like. It’s time to see what a real woman looks like. AJ goes over her accomplishments within the year including: defending her championship eleven times, defeating almost every woman on stage during her reign, and she has wrestled a total of one hundred and fourteen times in her reign as champion thus far. She then mentions this nagging back injury she has had for months, which is from holding the whole division up for the past ten months.

    She is now here in front of the New Orleans looking at what she calls poor excuses of women. AJ is out here though to discover who is the best of the women on stage. She takes a moment to point out that the Total Divas should cover their ears right now because they’re nothing compared to her. Going back to subject, she has picked one woman from the stage to come challenge for her championship. A referee enters the ring, Tamina steps out, and AJ sits on the middle rope awaiting who will be her opponent. All women seem to believe they can beat the champion tonight, but we get someone who was definitely not expected…

    “#Emmalution”

    Emma steps out from the pack as her music plays. All of the women on stage - besides the obvious heels - seem pleased with the pick of who will try to dethrone AJ. The champion however doesn’t seem to care about her opponent as she skips around the ring. Emma comes dancing down the stage without the bubbles as she skins the cat to enter the ring. The referee holds up the butterfly championship, all the divas looking on from the stage, before calling for this match to begin.


    WWE Divas Championship Match
    AJ Lee © with Tamina Snuka versus Emma

    It took a little bit of time for the crowd into get into this bout, but it eventually came together. Proper time management within thee action as these two women received close to fifteen minutes of action.The duo worked together avoiding “normal” maneuvers from women. Technical at first as the two locked up with the challengers going over the champion. It quickly turned with a headscissors from AJ as she brought it into the Black Widow. Emma did not fall to a knee like most though as she ran back against the ropes to send AJ outside of the ring. AJ’s hard fall onto the mats is what put Emma in control. Some chops, a snap suplex transitioned into a ground and pound, and a flying crossbody. That crossbody changed direction of the match as AJ rolled over Emma upon landing, and she then connected with a Shining Wizard to her challenger. AJ’s approach to offense was more based upon focusing on Emma’s right arm while taunting all of the other women. In the end, AJ looked to lock on the Black Widow, but Emma would get out of it by falling to a supine position then rolling to prone.She quickly returns to her feet, flipping over AJ, and he locks her legs to look for the Emma Lock. As she comes down, about to lock on the hold, the champion grabs her right wrist and twists it in an unnatural way. That makes Emma roll off, allowing AJ to knee the side of her face, and lock on the Black Widow for the submission victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winner and Still WWE Divas Champion: AJ


    As AJ is given her championship, Tamina re-enters the ring with a microphone. AJ takes the microphone: announcing that no woman can ever beat her. Except maybe…

    ”Stars in the Night”

    A surprising music to hear as it is overcome with a roar from the WWE Universe. The divas on stage move to the left and right side as Paige appears. The NXT Women’s Champion center stage as she makes her way down the ramp towards the ring. She is all smiles to be here on Raw especially when she is face to face with AJ. She looks at the Divas Champion, looks back at the divas on stage, and she turns back to AJ with a big headbutt! AJ falls to the mat and rolls out of the ring as Paige barely ducks under a superkick from Tamina. She then takes the Samoan woman from behind, and she swings up Tamina’s leg towards the air causing Snuka to come down hard on the back of her neck. With Tamina out, all that is left is the championship itself. Paige lifts up the butterfly belt, looks around at all of the women around, and she then holds it up as she has made her intentions clear. We are sent to commercial break with the scene of a brand new diva making an impact.


    Commercial Break


    “Next Big Thing (Remix)”


    As we are back from commercial, it’s time to hear from the man who defeated The Undertaker just one night ago. Brock Lesnar comes walking out onto the stage with Paul Heyman flanking his side. The two walk with an attitude, but they both also have large smiles practically plastered on their face. As they enter the ring, Paul Heyman receives a microphone as it’s obvious what they are here to talk about. Heyman, usually a man of many words, just says that nobody believed them. Heyman takes a moment, looks around with disgust, and he continues in with a high voice asking if they look like people that should not be trusted. Yet, Heyman says now the WWE Universe look like fans. Because, inside of the ring right now, is the man who is the one in 21-1. The man who shall be known as The Conqueror.

    The New Orlean’s crowd makes it known that they don’t want to hear Paul anymore. Boos filling the arena alongside “You Suck” chants. Heyman just laughs it off before asking if they’ve ruined some hopes and dreams. If not, he sure will as he makes it known that nothing last forever. The man who called himself immortal is now six feet deep and forgotten about. Only one person matters right now and that is Brock Lesnar. Heyman, with a fairly short promo, says that this is now the era of Brock Lesnar. An F5 Tornado is coming, and no one is going to be safe.

    As Heyman is about to finish, Lesnar takes the microphone from Paul Heyman. He keeps it short and sweet where he announces to the crowd that he sees is a puny poor excuse of a man holding a championship that should be his. Brock tells the crowd, and presumably corporate, that he’s going home until they want a real champion. He then drops the microphone as his music plays again. Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman stand in the center of the ring almost as if they are kings ruling over their kingdom. We then cut to the following as they stand tall.



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    Prepare for the arrival of a hunter. So sick, so twisted. Nobody will be safe with his presence."
    LEO KRUGER... cOmINg SOoN...


    Commercial Break


    “The Time Is Now”


    As we’re back from commercial break, the mix of boos and cheers come over the music within the Smoothie King Center. John Cena comes out onto stage as he looks around at the riotous post-Wrestlemania crowd. Cena tells the cameraman he not want it anyother way as he runs down to the ring. He runs off the ropes once before receiving a microphone from the ringside crew.

    Per usual, Cena gets the crowd fired up by welcoming them to Monday Night Raw. He cracks a joke of his own that he is close to two and a half hours late, and that plenty of other people have got the people of New Orleans riled up. Instead he is going to get right to business. Cena says that last name he finally overcame the hatred of Bray Wyatt that had been stalking him for the past three months.Wyatt may have been talking up about seeing some destruction in Cena’s eye, but John assures everyone that he is the same man he has been. That sentence does receive a fair amount of boos, but Cena just laughs it off. The fourteen time WWE Champion tells the crowd that he is out here to say one thing. He wants to make it known that Hustle, Loyalty, and Respect is something he will stand behind from now until the day he retires. That gets a mixed reaction, and Cena just takes it all in.

    Once they settle down, Cena notifies them that he has one more thing to say. John is about to speak when…



    The arena is pitch black. Camera flashes are the only lights being shown. Then, the bright lights illuminate the arena again showing Luke Harper and Erick Rowan on either side of Cena. Luke and Erick run towards each other with Cena in between as they sandwhich his body together.They back away as Cena remains groggy with his hat falling off the top of his head. Erick Rowan then catches him with a spinning heel kick. Cena falls to a knee with the crowd booing the two followers of Bray Wyatt. Erick brings Cena up, pushes him towards Harper, and The Leader of the CeNation is taken down with that discus lariat. Systematically assaulting John Cena, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan stand over the fallen man.



    The lights go back out, turn back on, and Bray Wyatt is now kneeling in front of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan. He cradles the head of John Cena, singing that he has the whole world in his hands, and we are sent to commercial.


    Commercial Break


    Singles Match

    JTG versus Rob Van Dam

    Following commercial, we have singles action featuring the returning Rob Van Dam. A real quick match as we approach the ending of the show. JTG’s offense was short lived as he was able to clothesline Rob Van Dam. Then, he dropped an elbow onto the mat as RVD rolled out of the way. The WWE veteran took out his adversary with a variaiton of kicks followed by a monkey flip. Perfectly set up, RVD would roll onto the mat and then connect with his always impressive rolling thunder senton. The rolling would not stop there as he brought himself towards the corner, pulled himself up onto the top rope, and he came down with a Five Star Frog Splash to be awarded the victory on his return.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Rob Van Dam


    As Rob Van Dam celebrates his return to the ring, we cut backstage.



    Backstage…


    We are in the locker room with the WWE Tag Team Champions Jimmy and Jey Uso as they are discussing the statement made by 3MB. As they talk, Cody Rhodes and Goldust enter with some news for the champions. Cody tells Jimmy and Jey that they have a championship match on Smackdown this Friday. The Usos are accepting of their competition with the two teams shaking hands, and Jimmy telling the two that they’re prepared for this fight. We then go to commercial, but only after Goldust breaths in the face of both champions.


    Commercial Break


    “Here To Show The World”


    Returning from commercial, Dolph Ziggler has something on his mind. He is dressed in full suit making it fairly obvious that he is not here to be in competition. He says that 2013 was one of the best years of his career but also one of his worst. Ziggler talks about the injuries throughout the year including his two concussions. One of which cost him the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. He also mentions the multiple failed championship matches like for the United States and Intercontinental Championship match. Now, this is his year. He promises that this is his time now, and nothing will stop him. Not one person or injury will stop him from becoming the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

    "Внимание! (Attention!)"

    As Ziggler has hopes to becoming a future champion once again, he is interrupted by a woman unfamiliar to the WWE audience. She is from NXT and it is Lana. The enticing female comes out onto the stage. The crowd has little to no reaction, but Lana is quick to change that by calling everyone pathetic americans. The blonde notifies everyone in attendance about her affiliation with Russia, and it sickens her that she has to be out here in front of the american people. She demands everyone in attendance rise for The Bulgarian Brute, someone who will actually be a WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Alexander Rusev!

    "Рев на лъвът (Roar of the Lion)"

    The Bulgarian Brute, a rugged looking foreigner Alexander Rusev makes his way onto the stage. His music coming off as forceful and almost giving you the thought of strength. He walks out on stage beside his manager, Lana. The blonde tells Dolph Ziggler that he will not be a future champion anytime soon because Rusev is here for one thing… He is here to make Vladimir Putin proud, and he wants to bring the WWE World Heavyweight Championship to both Russia and Bulgaria. Unfortunately for Ziggler, he is a stepping stone in Rusev getting there. Lana points in the direction of The Show Off, and she yells at Rusev to CRUSH Ziggler.

    Alexander Rusev walks down the ramp with his eyes never leaving Dolph Ziggler. The Show Off on the other hand is taking off his suit jacket as he tells Rusev to bring it. The Bulgarian Brute goes under the bottom rope; sliding into the ring. He quickly takes down Dolph Ziggler to try and connect with some right hands, but Ziggler moves out of the way from the NXT Superstar. He returns to his feet, looking for a Superkick, but Rusev moves away. He is behind the longtime Superstar as he then connects with a huge kick to the back of his head! Dolph crumbles down onto the mat as Alexander Rusev stomps on the thoracic area of his back. He hooks both of Ziggler’s arms behind his legs, sits down on his lower back, and he has his variation of the camel clutch, known as The Accolade, locked on. He keeps the submission locked on before Lana enters the ring; informing him to stop. Alexander Rusev stands tall over Dolph Ziggler as our main event is up next.


    Commercial Break


    Main Event
    Eight Man Tag Team Match

    Triple H, Randy Orton, Batisita, and Kane versus WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan, WWE United States Champion Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns

    In a humongous main event, The Authority all came together to face their current enemies in Daniel Bryan and The Shield. Bryan and Orton started off this fight with a fast pace offense from both. Orton had the hopes of taking down Daniel early on, but the champion was well-prepared for a counter on each move. That puts Bryan in control allowing to make a quick tag to Seth Rollins, which allowed him to continue with that momentum. It does not last long as Seth springboards into the ring when he eats a dropkick from Randy Orton. That allows for some quick tags between all of The Authority, and it puts them in control over their opposition. Batista and Kane are the ones who do the most damage to Seth Rollins, Triple H is brought in to end this match. He kicks Seth Rollins in the gut, hooks both arms as he looks for the pedigree, but Seth counters with a back body drop instead. Rollins’ comes back with an enzuigiri followed by a jumping knee to take down The Game. Then, a tag is made to Roman Reigns. Roman comes running in to look for a Superman Punch, but he instead is poked in the eye by Triple H. Then, HHH is quick to crawl to his corner and tag in Kane to avoid Reigns. When the Director of Operations enters, Reigns is back to his feet to connect with a Superman Punch to Kane! Roman makes a quick tag to Seth, who makes a quick tag to Dean, and he makes a tag to Daniel. The Shield runs towards their oppositions corner, but Triple H, Batista, and Randy Orton all step down to avoid being hit. Roman, looking at the trio, releases a barbaric yell as the crowd is on their feet. Dean and Seth lift Kane up to Roman’s shoulders… Triple Powerbomb! Now, Daniel Bryan, the legal man is on the top rope… Diving Headbutt to Kane to win the main event!

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Daniel Bryan, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns


    Daniel Bryan and The Shield staredown The Authority as they stand on stage. Daniel holds up his championships, leading the crowd to a YES Chant, and the screen goes black.



    END

    Quick Results:
    Big E defeated Fandango to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship
    The Bella Twins defeated Foxsana
    Bray Wyatt defeated Santino Marella
    Cesaro defeated Jack Swagger
    3MB defeated Los Matadores
    AJ defeated Emma to retain the WWE Divas Championship
    Rob Van Dam defeated JTG
    Daniel Bryan and The Shield defeated The Authority



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    It really did make perfect sense to open the show with Daniel Bryan fresh off of his huge win the night before at WrestleMania. Bryan being allowed his moment to shine in front of all the fans, thanking them is a real touching moment. It makes sense to do this considering just how crazily over Bryan was at this point in time. The Authority interrupting and being severely pissed off makes complete sense as well. The ending with Bryan enlisting the help of The Shield would have been a mark out moment for sure. Interesting start to the show with a solid segment, that leaves heaps of possibilities to work with.

    Big time main event announced by a furious Triple H, I like it.

    A solid title defence for Big E over Fandango. I look forward to seeing what you do with Big E from here. On a side note, one of the things I think actually needs work from you is your writing. At times some of the phrases you use seem to just be there to fill space and they take away from the flow of the match. Into the action itself, it was fairly contested until the last couple of minutes. Fandango did his best to cheat, raking Big E’s eyes to be exact, but that did buy him a large amount of time. Big E kept it clean by using his power over the dancer. Within the final moments of their encounter, the following occurred: The challenger, Fandango, connects with a russian legsweep. In my opinion, this statement could be written in a much easier way. I’d recommend looking at Wolf Beast’s Being the Booker to see match writing at its absolute finest. To repeat, no issues with booking so far, I just think your actual writing could improve a little, even if they are very basic recaps.

    The hand shake with Henry shocked me quite a bit. I just didn’t really expect it. Not sure whether one of these guys will turn on the other, or if it will lead in a completely different direction.

    I love this AJ Lee angle of hating the Total Divas and wanting the wrestling to be the main focus. This interview got her point across perfectly, good stuff. Enjoyed the dig of her saying Mania was the easiest win of her career as well.

    Ugh, this match would have blown. I hate Nikki Bella with a passion. Anyway, it makes sense from a booking stand point for the twins to get the win here, keeping them solid before hopefully being destroyed by AJ and co.

    Wyatt Family are here. Yay. Best characters to read when booked correctly, I’ll be watching what you do with these guys carefully.

    Adam Rose, cool.

    I really love the epic visualization of Bray leading the choir to singing his song. It just seems like a masterful tactic from a user, to simply, well, use the fans to his advantage. Just to continue to put over how epic is, the fact that he yelled shut up and the fans just listened is good, it puts over that eerie feeling of the character. Even from here, promo continued to go from strength to strength. Gloating about having the wrestling community “in his hands” was gold, and questioning Cena’s character and head space continues with some of the pre Mania shenanigans. Good stuff all around, my favourite segment of the night so far.

    As for the match itself, obviously Wyatt was always going to squash Santino.

    A BIG TIME appearance from Hulk Hogan to further put over an epic show. Very clever on your part to have Hogan endorse Cesaro, that immediately puts him so over in the eyes of the fans. Zeb running down Andre would have been such a god damn heat magnet, really well done. Hogan getting angry makes sense, however Cesaro interrupting was completely unexpected. Once again, I actually feel like this was one of your better written segments of the evening, but I’m completely torn on whether I like the booking.

    On one hand, Cesaro has just been endorsed by Hogan and Heyman, that’s HUGE!!! Awesome stuff for Cesaro and I’m a mark for the guy so I love the idea.

    On the other hand, it’s weird that Cesaro is paired with Heyman, who is Brock Lesnar’s advocate. I understand Heyman mentioned he’s not his manager, he’s just a guide, but considering Cesaro is seemingly about to get a huge face push, it doesn’t make sense to me to have him associated with Heyman. Will see how things go moving forward, but as much as I WANT to love this idea, I am a little skeptical at this stage.

    Cesaro just HAD to win after everything that occurred, so the correct decision was made there. Again, I know it’s just a small recap, but just listing a few moves that both guys use in a sentence really doesn’t make for pleasant reading.

    Zeb and Swagger going on a break has me hoping they regroup in some really awesome way, because I really do rate Swagger. LMAO at the Swiss turning their backs on them line from Colter, absolute gold.

    A solid win for 3MB over Los Matadores. I dig Slater and McIntyre so I like the idea of you booking these guys as a serious team. No issues at all. The fact they already called out The Usos is okay to set the goal of becoming tag champions, but these guys have been treated as jokes for awhile now. From a booking stand point, I hope you don’t fall into the trap of booking them straight into a tag title match at Backlash. I believe they need some time to be built up adequately to not make the rest of the tag division look like trash. A promising start though.

    AJ Lee segment was okay. I thought it was really strange that all of the women in the back would just listen to AJ and come out to the ring. It just came across as a little to staged. I felt this would have worked better if AJ just ran her mouth until Emma interrupted. Still, I enjoyed Lee taking more pot shots at the Total Divas as well.

    AJ and Emma getting fifteen minutes on Raw is awesome to see in what was easily the match of the night so far. A good win for the champion, whilst also doing no harm for Emma. Good booking.

    And to top it all off, and EPIC appearance from Paige, heading up from NXT to Raw. Taking out Tamina and AJ has her looking like a million bucks. Great all around booking here.

    Heyman and Lesnar gloating was to be expected after ending the streak last night. As I mentioned earlier in the Cesaro segment, weird to now have Heyman getting the complete opposite reaction from the fans. Everything he said made sense but Brock probably actually stole the show here. Going home until they want a real champion is a huge statement to make, and the idea of The Authority turning to Brock to take the gold sounds amazing. Daniel Bryan/Brock Lesnar, thank you very much. Pumped for that, to be honest.

    Leo Kruger? Wasn’t there just an Adam Rose video package earlier in the show??? I’m confused.

    John Cena welcoming everybody to Raw was just silly considering it’s towards the end of the show. Even the whole joke of being two hours late afterwards just felt awkward rather than funny, or Cena-esque. The rest of the promo was typical but expected, with Cena basically defending the person he is. The attack from The Wyatt’s was solid, and after Bray’s promo earlier in the night, I can’t wait to see how this further develops in the coming weeks.

    A good win for RVD over JTG here. Van Dam is a more than solid addition to your mid card, so I look forward to seeing how you use him in this thread. Good stuff.

    Rhodes and Goldust getting the title shot is interesting, not sure where that came from though. Seems kind of random which I dislike. The whole respectful just talking to each other segment between two teams with no real history strikes me as really odd. Felt like a real nothing segment that was just there for the sake of it and not really needed.

    This is an interesting time to book Dolph Ziggler as coming off some title runs he could potentially be back in the mix if booked well, or he can float around the mid card, like IRL. His stuff on the mic was good enough, although I marked out for the debut of Lana and Rusev. A big time attack from Rusev on a solid upper mid carder, which puts him over as a beast from the beginning. I commend you on the job you’ve done with your NXT guys so far on this show. Great segment.

    Main event was always going to be entertaining with the eight guys that were involved. Right off the bat, Evolution leaving Kane like that makes me wonder if demon Kane will eventually make an appearance. Moving that from the equation, quite a big win for The Shield and Bryan. A feel good way to open the Yes Era, definitely the right decision.

    Honestly, from a booking stand point, I really enjoyed a majority of your stuff. There was just the Cesaro/Heyman alliance and the tag title stuff that I wasn’t completely sold on. I also commented on your match writing quite a bit, but it’s because I see a lot of potential here. A very good first show and I look forward to see how you continue to mould the product into your own moving forward.

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    SUPERSTAR ENTERS REHAB AND OTHER BACKSTAGE NEWS FOLLOWING MONDAY NIGHT RAW
    April 8th, 2014



    One night after his return, Rob Van Dam has entered a rehab sponsored by the WWE. Insider sources are saying that RVD was tested before the show, and his results found soft drugs in his system. Van Dam agreed to joining this program to get better, and he is expected to miss six or more months. Other insiders report their were plans for Rob Van Dam, but the WWE will obviously be going a different direction now. We are wishing the best to Rob Van Dam and we are hoping to see him get better.

    From rehabilitation to friendship, their are reports going around that their is clique forming backstage. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, the power couple on screen and behind the scenes, were with Drew McIntyre for a majority of Wrestlemania XXX and Raw. This could mean nothing as they could be discussing business, but it also has potential to create some interesting politicking backstage.

    Finally, WWE aired two vignettes for their NXT call-ups: Adam Rose and Leo Kruger. That being said, Adam Rose and Leo Kruger are two different gimmicks worked by the same man. Insiders are saying this will be a dual-personality of sorts where Vince McMahon wants to see which gimmick gets over on the main roster. Adding onto that, "Adam Rose" will be a face character as there are no ideas as to where "Leo Kruger" will fall on the spectrum.


    I understand the Adam Rose / Leo Kruger vignettes could have been confusing on Raw. Hopefully that clears the air. A special shout to TEW though for finding RVD as a drug user, and making me change my plans already.


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    WWE NXT
    April 10th, 2014


    On The Road to a Takeover



    JBL’S OFFICE..

    The NXT General Manager John Bradshaw Layfield is at his desk with a huge announcement. He informs all in attendance and watching on the WWE Network that May 27th will be the second NXT live special titled NXT Takeover. He says that that he is watching everyone closely as this event approaches.

    Singles Match

    Tyler Breeze versus Slate Randall

    Kicking off NXT this week is one on one action. “Prince Pretty” Tyler Breeze is facing an unknown Slate Randall. Breeze had his usual better than you attitude upon entrance, but he proved to be a dominating force within in the ring. It felt as if anything Slate did, Tyler had a reaction for him. The real maneuver of the match that brought us towards the end involved Breeze countering a clothesline from Slate. Something probably simple but effective. Keeping Randal bent over, and then pulling him back towards the mat onto his knees. Following that, he lifted Slate up to connect with the Supermodel Kick for a quick victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Tyler Breeze


    As Tyler’s hand is raised, he pushes away the referee then yells for someone to get him a microphone. He lifts his selfie stick to the correct angle, begins recording himself, and he begins to speak to the Full Sail crowd. Breeze is calling out none other than the NXT Champion: Adrian Neville. Breeze says that NXT viewership is not reaching its full potential because a grade A uggo is the face of his brand. Tyler promises he is out to fix NXT by getting his hands on Adrian Neville and giving him his beauty shot then taking the NXT Championship. Breeze then drops the microphone taking selfies as we go to commercial break.


    Commercial Break


    Backstage…

    Bayley is backstage warming up for her match later tonight. As she fixes her side ponytail, Summer Rae, Sasha Banks, and Charlotte all enter the locker room. Sasha Banks, Bayley’s opponent later tonight, antagonizes her by questioning her about what it feels like to be lesser than her peers. Banks points out how she, Summer, and Charlotte are the superior woman in every way. Looks, skill, and their win-loss record. Bayley tried to speak up for herself, but Summer quickly shuts her down that nobody talks when the beautiful fierce females are talking. Rae tells Bayley that she is nothing compared to them, and her five seconds of fame are coming to an end. Summer tells Bayley to start packing her bags because she is going to be embarrassed tonight. Once again, Bayley tries to speak up, but this time Summer grabs her by the ponytail then pulls it back for Bayley to slam into the locker. Summer repeats herself that nobody interrupts them before pushing away the lovable woman. The three walk off as Bayley is left holding the back of her head.

    Non-Title Tag Team Match
    The Ascension versus The Thompson Brothers

    The NXT Tag Team Champions are entering action tonight against an unknown duo without first names. Konnor and Viktor make quick work of these two as they have prove why they have been champions for so long. The duo pick up that quick victory with the Fall of Man.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: The Ascension


    The Ascension continue with their statement as they assault the brother who was not pinned. They connect with the Fall of Man once more as they hold up their championships for the Full Sail crowd.


    Commercial Break


    “Lucha, Lucha, Lucha, Lucha”
    Kalisto is coming soon.



    Video Package…


    A video package airs highlighting the events of this past week’s Raw. It focuses on Alexander Rusev and Paige making their debuts as Emma challenged for the Divas Championship and nearly won. The package ends with the reminder that NXT is taking over now, and this is only the beginning for the future of WWE.


    Commercial Break


    Singles Match
    Bayley versus Sasha Banks with Summer Rae and Charlotte

    Two women who are growing individuals are given good time on this week’s NXT. Bayley starts off the contest with rage motivating her due to the attack by the BFFs earlier tonight. She really brought the fight to Sasha Banks as it was expected to end following a big T-Bone Suplex. Fortunately, for Sasha, Summer Rae did work outside of the ring to distract the lovable Bayley long enough for Sasha to cheap shot her. That cheap shot was following by throwing Bayley shoulder first into the steel post. From there, the contest was all Sasha Banks. She controlled Bayley with the Bankrupt neckbreaker, but that would only get a two count for the self-proclaimed Boss. Bayley’s kick out ultimately hurt her more as Sasha, with each move, became more aggressive. Banks would continuously slap Bayley as she was down before lifting her up for a suplex. She was unable to connect as Bayley blocked it then ran Sasha into the corner. Bayley stood on the second rope to punch down on Sasha Banks. Then, continuing the offense, Bayley had some fun as spun herself on Sasha ran into her with an ebow. Many thought the contest would be coming to a close as Bayley pulled Sasha in for the Bayley-To-Belly. She connected with the finishing maneuver, but Charlotte stood on the ring apron to ensure the referee would be unable to count. Bayley went to knock Charlotte down, but the second generation star moved in the last second. Banks was then back up, connecting with the backstabber to Bayley, and she transitioned it into the Bank Statement forcing her opponent to tapout.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Sasha Banks


    As the referee raises Sasha’s hand, Charlotte and Summer Rae enter the ring. The three women stand over Bayley before determining they were not done with her yet. Sasha, Summer, and Charlotte stomp down on the lovable babyface like vouchers scavenging for the carcass of their prey.

    “New Foundation”

    This attack is about to be cut short as Natalya and Emma come running out from the back. They enter the ring to quickly dispose of Charlotte and Sasha Banks by throwing the women outside of the ring. Meanwhile, it has not registered for Summer Rae yet as she is yelling at Bayley. Then, she turns around to see both Natalya and Emma waiting for her. Rae begins to beg and plead as she says that she will leave the ring herself. Natalya and Emma seem okay with such a deal, but Bayley is back to her feet to turn around Summer Rae then connect with the Bayley To Belly. She then pushes Summer out under the rope to stand tall with Natalya and Emma.


    Commercial Break


    Interview Pit…

    We have Renee Young backstage to introduce Aiden English for an interview as he requested this time. Aiden takes the microphone from Renee Young as he says he requested this time for himself, not for her, and she needs to leave the view of the camera.. As Young walks away, English tells the audience that he heard JBL’s announcement, and he is getting himself known. Aiden announces he has written a special song for Mason Ryan? English sings about Mason Ryan as a monster who is only liked because of his look. He mentions Mason is fake due to his resemblance to a Ken doll. Aiden points out each part of Ryan like the “over-sized growths” on his arm or the hair equivalent to Fabio. Aiden explains he’s is nothing but a false image of a man, and Aiden wants to expose him for being nothing more than a model with muscles trying to get his five seconds of fame inside of the ring.


    Commercial Break


    Main Event
    Non-Title Singles Match

    Adrian Neville versus Camacho

    In this week's main event, the NXT Champion is going one on one with Camacho. This match really showed the speed of Neville versus the power of Camacho. The main roster star tried to overpower the NXT Champion numbers plus times, but Adrian Neville was well-prepared for all maneuvers. Adrian Neville shined throughout this contest with his already known fast hits with his hands and feet. Camacho’s little offense came from a running powerslam. He tried to cover Neville but only got a two count. From there, he dropped his leg across the chest of Neville followed by an elbow. Once again, it was only two. He looked to do the two maneuvers again, but this time Neville rolled away. The NXT champion returned to his feet as he caught a down Camacho with a low dropkick to the side of the face followed by a standing shooting star press.. In the fairly short main event, Adrian Neville got the decisive victory with the Red Arrow.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Adrian Neville


    Adrian Neville celebrates his victory by holding up the NXT Championship. He shows off the championship as the show closes.

    END




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    Friday Night Smackdown
    April 11th, 2014

    A Night of Defenses



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    “Veil of Fire”

    Kicking off the show this week is the Director Of Operations: Kane. He comes bearing some big news tonight as he announces tonight is a night of championship matches. It is already known that Cody Rhodes and Goldust will be challenging The Usos for the WWE Tag Team Championship. Plus, Dean Ambrose will be defending the WWE United States Championship, which Kane says is much needed because, for whatever reason, Dean feels he does not have to defend that championship.

    “SIERRA, HOTEL, INDIA, ECHO, LIMA, DELTA. THE SHIELD."
    “Special Op”

    The cameras go into the crowd as Kane remains inside of the ring. The spotlights are on Dean Ambrose the WWE United States Champion as he is making his way into the ring through the crowd. As Dean passes through the fired up members of the WWE Universe, he stops to pick up a microphone before entering the ring with the Director Of Operations. Kane backs away slightly yelling Dean that he can not touch him as, at this point, he is working as a representative of the WWE and not as a wrestler. Ambrose laughs it off as he confirms to Kane that he came out here to have a little “friendly” conversation with him. The WWE United States Champion tells Kane that he's open to defending his championship versus anybody and everybody. Kane is now laughing it off before telling Dean to stop right there. Kane says he was rudely interrupted, and he did not finish what he was saying. The Big Red Monster tells Dean he will be fighting close to anybody and everybody. Tonight is all about that United States Championship, so it will be defended a total of three times tonight. Ambrose does not need to be champion for all of these matches, but it would be ideal to see Ambrose taken down throughout the night, Ambrose drops his microphone, pulls off the United States Championship from over his shoulder, and he lays it down on the canvas. Ambrose picking up the microphone says to send out whoever he has waiting in the back displaying his willingness to fight.

    “Hallelujah”

    Before Kane can introduce Dean’s opponent, Damien Sandow comes out onto the stage with the microphone in hand. He simply tells Dean Ambrose that it is once again his time to shine brighter than the sun. He also adds on that the sun is a star for the ignoramuses in the crowd who did not know such a thing. Damien Sandow enters the ring, prepared to fight, and Kane gives the match the okay as a United States Championship match is kicking off the night.




    WWE United States Championship Match
    Dean Ambrose © versus Damien Sandow

    To open Smackdown, fans were treated to a pay-per-view caliber match. Throughout a winner could not be predicted as both men continued with signature maneuver after signature maneuver. Like any normal match, they started off with a quick lock up, which Sandow took control of to put him on the offense first. While on the offense, he was sure to trash talk Dean Ambrose and the WWE Universe with his genius knowledge. He showed off a slower pace to not only get in the head of Dean Ambrose, but also relieve heat from the crowd. It seemed the match would all be his when he looked for the You’re Welcome! early on. As Damien held Ambrose in the full nelson, Ambrose slipped out of it to then drop toe hold his challenger. Both me returned to their feet from there putting Dean in control. The match pace accelerated from there with Dean’s brawler offense style coming to life. He takes down Damien before throwing down a fury of left and right fists. Sandow would then back himself into a corner, which cost him big as Dean came running with a dropkick. Dean then followed that with a hug double underhook suplex, but that only got a two count. The match ending would come almost directly after. Ambrose looked for the Dirty Deeds headlock driver, but Sandow slipped out to once again look for the You’re Welcome! Dean had him well scouted, slipping from his lock, and he turns him into the Dirty Deeds to connect this time thus giving him the victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winner and Still WWE United States Champion: Dean Ambrose


    Ambrose is celebrating retaining his championship tonight, but he must remember he will be defending against two other men at some point in the night. He holds up the gold as he talks into the camera, towards Kane, that he is ready.


    Commercial Break


    Sit Down Interview…

    We come back to a pre-taped sit down interview. Michael Cole is on one side with WWE’s newest Diva, Paige on the other. It starts off with Michael officially welcoming Paige into the WWE as the NXT Women’s Champion is more than excited to finally be here. The first question asked by Cole is why Paige decided to attack AJ especially the night after Wrestlemania. Paige gives a simple answer that the time was right. AJ has been running the divas division for close to a year now, and it was about time somebody stepped up. Paige says everyone diva was given an opportunity at Wrestlemania, and they all failed to complete it. She ends her statement that a diva cannot beat AJ, but a woman sure can. After that bold statement, Michael asks what exactly the term Diva means to her. Paige kind of laughs at the question where she tells the Voice of the WWE that a diva is a woman looked down upon, a diva is a woman being held back, and she will not be like most “Divas.” Paige tells Michael that she is The Anti-Diva, and she will not be put down by any male or female as otherwise. Paige is a wrestler, not a diva. Cole thanks Paige for her time while also announcing she will be making her in-ring debut on Raw.



    Backstage…

    Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns are sitting on a black shopping case backstage preparing for some action. That's when Kane enters the scene being flanked by security. The Director of Operations tells the two members of The Shield that they can unfortunately not be backstage with the fear of them ruining United States Championship night. That's why the security is there. Kane asks Seth and Roman to leave the arena when both men stand up to come face to face with Kane. Seth tells Kane that he doesn't need security because they know Ambrose will be leaving the United States Champion at the end of the night. Roman then tells Kane to be careful what he does because a The Shield always finds a way to ensure justice is served. Believe that. Seth and a Roman make their way towards the exit as we go to commercial.


    Commercial Break


    Tag Team Match
    R-Truth and Xavier Woods versus RybAxel

    As we return to action, two teams are both hoping to get back on the right track. The veteran and rookie tag team facing off versus two friends created by Paul Heyman. The tag team match itself was quickly completed as it was more domination by Ryback than anything beforeit turned around. R-Truth was overpowered by Ryback being thrown around, which resulted in Xavier Woods being brought in. The rookie used his speed as an advantage versus RybAxel.. He knocked Curtis Axel off of the apron, and he began with a fury of strikes to daze Ryback. He was unable to knock the larger man off of his feet until he came running from the top rope with a crossbody. Xavier used that to keep his momentum going, but it did not last long as Ryback connected with a spinebuster then tagged in Axel. Curtis would taunt the moment he was tagged in, allowing Xavier to roll him up, but Axel kicked out. Both men returned to their feet for Woods to connect with the Lost in the Woods for the victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winners: R-Truth and Xavier Woods


    R-Truth and Xavier Woods stand in the ring as victors while Ryback carries Curtis Axel backstage following defeat.



    Interview Pit…

    We cut to the interview pit with Renee Young and her guest: Mark Henry. She wants to inquire information as to why he shook hands with, the WWE Intercontinental Champion, Big E on Monday night for seemingly no reason. The World’s Strongest Man that he has seen what Big E can do for the past year, and he respects all that he has accomplished. For that reason, Henry wanted to endorse Big E as the future. He closes out the interview by looking into the camera, and he tells Big E that he has a partner in him.


    Commercial Break


    Non-Title Match
    WWE Divas Champion AJ Lee with Tamina versus Naomi with Cameron

    This divas match is scheduled as Naomi wants to regain momentum after tapping out to AJ Lee at Wrestlemania XXX. Her and AJ were given an ample amount of time to put on an overall good contest. Naomi’s athleticism was on display throughout the contest, while AJ was playing the game of working to avoid her potential future contender. AJ constantly left the ring when Naomi had offense, but her idea did not last long with Cameron throwing the champion back onto the ring. Naomi impressed throughout with her speed catching AJ with a fury of kicks, and she introducing a headscissor DDT that many thought would have awarded her the victory. Sadly, the ending was like most for AJ as she should thank Tamina. The Samoan woman took down Cameron on the outside, which resulted in Naomi yelling at the bodyguard to the Divas Champion. Naomi’s good intentions in helping her tag team partner resulted in AJ kicking out the back of her leg, and then wrapping herself with the Black Widow. Just like at Wrestlemania, Naomi is forced to tap out.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: AJ Lee


    As the bell rings and AJ’s music begins playing, she kicks Naomi out of the ring as Tamina enters with AJ’s championship and a microphone. AJ gladly puts the championship over her shoulder as she holds the microphone in her right hand. AJ makes her statement short with it being directed towards Paige. AJ tells the NXT Women’s Champion that she can come onto her show, and she can come after her championship, but she will be like every other diva. Paige will fall to her one way or another as AJ is going to teach her a lesson in humility sooner or later.


    Commercial Break


    Video Package…

    “If you shoot for the stars, you’ll make it pretty darn close! Once I come to the WWE, I’ll help you make it there. Just don’t… stop… BO-lieving!”

    BO DALLAS COMING SOON




    WWE Tag Team Championship Match
    The Usos © versus Cody Rhodes and Goldust

    This match was announced on Raw with both teams having a huge amount of respect for each other. With that respect, this contest did not include dirty tactics of any sort. Jey and Goldust started off the contest with the veteran taking control over the champion then for a quick tag to be made to Cody. Those frequent tags by Cody and Goldust easily put them ahead of The Usos for a short amount of time. Jey was able to tag in Jimmy roughly five minutes in after catching Goldust with a kick to the gut the followed by a right jab. Jimmy’s offense was fast-paced with multiple leaping clotheslines to face-painted superstar, and then a Samoan Drop to the challenger. The big move only got a two with Cody breaking up the pin. When he was in the ring for slightly too long, Jimmy decided to throw him out of the ring. With Cody on the outside, Jey came running from the inside the ring, leaping over the top rope, and he takes out the challenger. Jimmy assisting Jey gave Goldust time to return to his feet, and he then connected with a quick powerslam to Uso. Goldust then thought to follow that up with the Final Cut, but Uso blocked it into a regular suplex. Goldust moved to the corner, and Jimmy ran into him with his hip while Jey made the blind tag. Jey then connected with the Uso Splash as The Usos retain their championships.

    Spoiler:

    Winners and Still WWE Tag Team Champions: The Usos


    Rhodes and Goldust stand outside the ring disappointed in their failed attempt. As The Usos celebrate, holding up their championships, they are interrupted.

    “More Than One Man”

    The mood turns sour as Heath Slater walks onto stage as a Guitar Hero guitar is slung over his shoulder. Slater begins strumming to the entrance music with Jimmy, Jey, Cody, and Goldust all looking on confused. Then, Heath points the guitar towards the brothers on the outside - Goldust and Cody Rhodes - when Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal come running in from the crowd with dual big boots to the two men! They both quickly retreat up the ramp while Jimmy and Jey leave the ring to check on Cody and Goldust.


    Commercial Break



    WWE United States Championship Match
    Dean Ambrose © versus David Otunga

    In the second of three United States Championship matches tonight, Dean Ambrose takes on David Otunga. It was a quick match where three minutes in, Ambrose dropped Otunga with the Dirty Deeds DDT to retain his championship.

    Spoiler:

    Winner and Still WWE United States Champion: Dean Ambrose


    “Veil Of Fire”

    As Dean is given his championship, Kane comes out onto stage shirtless but still in slacks. Kane informs Ambrose that his final championship match is coming right now, in the main event. His opponent? Kane. The Director Of Operations makes his way down to the ramp with Dean Ambrose prepared for to defend his championship for the third time tonight.


    Main Event
    WWE United States Championship Match

    Dean Ambrose © versus Kane

    Like his match with Damien Sandow, we don’t see a lot of offense from Dean Ambrose. It could be because this is Dean’s third match tonight - although he beat David Otunga with ease - or eight inch difference in height along with veteran experience. Into the action, Kane took down Ambrose early on with a big boot followed by transitioning it into a sidewalk slam. That wasn’t followed by a pinfall as he insisted on continuing to assault Dean Ambrose. He helped Dean up to a knee before big booting the side of his face, and then dropping a leg drop on him. That’s when the cover took place with the champion kicking out. The Director of Operations had his momentum going on for a bit longer, but it was halted when he went to the top rope. He looked for his diving clothesline, but Dean Ambrose moved out of the way to connect with the Knee Trembler right after.The knee sends Kane to a vertical position, which Ambrose comes running off the ropes to take down Kane with a neckbreaker right after. The cover by Dean only got a two count. Dean tried to simply punch down on Kane, but the challenger easily pushed him away. When both men were back to their feet, Kane grasped the neck of Ambrose looking for the Chokeslam. As he is about to lift Dean, the camera turns to the screen as it is black. It then turns back on to Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns talking into a camera. Seth tells Kane that he can’t hold back The Shield from stopping the injustices within WWE, and Roman notifies Kane it’s about time that The Authority was taken down. Then, it cuts to black again. Kane, furious now, lifts Dean Ambrose up for the Chokeslam, but Ambrose jumps behind him to put on the headlock then drop the challenger with the Dirty Deeds. Ambrose covers Kane as he hooks the outside leg, and the referee counts three!

    Spoiler:

    Winner and Still WWE United States Champion: Dean Ambrose


    The show closes with Dean Ambrose holding up his championship over Kane saying The Authority will not stop them.



    END
    Quick Results:
    Dean Ambrose defeated Damien Sandow to retain the WWE United States Championship
    R-Truth and Xavier Woods defeated Rybaxel
    AJ Lee defeated Naomi
    Dean Ambrose defeated David Otunga to retain the WWE United States Championship
    Dean Ambrose defeated Kane to retain the WWE United States Championship


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    Ah man I come back and your TNA btb is gone! Haha damn. But anyways, I thought I would shoot you a review. First off I just want to say that this btb is looking spot on so far man. You have this very interesting time nabbed perfectly and Smackdown didn't disappoint whatsoever. So onto the Smackdown review


    - First off an excellent way to start the show. You are slowly building Ambrose up as an absolute ultimate babyface here in the Shield group with this Director of Operations vs Shield angle. Kane really stacked the deck up against Ambrose here making him defend his belt on three separate matches tonight, which makes it look almost impossible for Ambrose to leave the building as US Champion. You have Ambrose's promo nailed down perfect too with the whole "cool guy" kind of persona he has going on and that he is up for anything and will do anything to his body to come out with the win. Ambrose not selling Kane's huge obstacle definitely made him look even more "cool" and "tough", building him up even more. Just classic booking from start to finish and even though I see Ambrose walking out with two wins tonight, the toll it takes on him may weaken him up enough for the third competitor to take the belt from him...especially with Kane there.


    - Dean's first title defense was booked EXACTLY HOW IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN, AGAINST SOMEONE LIKE SANDOW! Sandow was an awesome first contender for the belt, because it would be clear that Sandow would be able to make Dean look absolutely phenomenal in the ring. They worked an above average match with Sandow getting a decent amount of offense in as well, but Dean coming out with the win here only elevated him more. You're making Dean look like an unstoppable champion that just can't lose his belt with a win here, and then his little shout towards the camera at Kane to basically "send the next guy in" was a nice touch too to not just build up the feud between him and Kane...but also make Dean look like someone who will throw anything he has to throw to hold onto his belt. Just solid booking from start to finish on this one.


    - Great little segment backstage with Roman/Seth and Kane. Kane is doing everything he can to restore order and with Dean getting the huge win over Sandow earlier, it's looking like The Shield is going to remain dominant even with all the obstacles set in place. The Seth and Roman dialogue felt very real and authentic with them building up Ambrose, while also allowing Kane to show his dominance AND doubt about The Shield being there with the whole security there to escort them out deal. Like I said before Kane is doing everything he can to destroy The Shield, and if Roman and Seth are there to support their boy in any way, Dean is leaving with the belt at the end of the night still. Roman and Seth seemed unrattled by being kicked out of the building for the evening, which still played up to their uncanning confidence in each other. The Shield have clearly made that turn over to full on babyface, and each of them are looking stronger and stronger. I'm just curious if they will remain gone, especially with Ambrose having two more matches for his belt.


    - Surprising yet, definitely big win for Truth and Xavier Woods. I can really get into the whole veteran/rookie angle, and with R Truth actually playing a now somewhat serious character, it definitely has a lot of room to grow on me. Ryback looked powerful as ever, so Curtis was definitely the right choice to take the fall. It made me literally laugh out loud picturing Ryback carrying Axel to the back after the loss. I'm curious to see if there is any discension between Ryback and Curtis now that they lost what I think would be almost a for sure win. Definitely interesting what you have in here, and one thing I like is multiple tag team programs on a show. It makes the tag team division seem like a bigger deal than it actually is when you have other teams in feuds that aren't in the tag team title picture, especially when you have someone like Heyman building it up with guys like Ryback and Axel.


    - I'm also very curious to see where you go with this Mark Henry/Big E pairing. I almost feel like it's a perfect mesh, and you really seem to be hitting the veterans giving the younger guys the rub hard. This is good booking that leads to a solid future, rather than relying on all the old faces to carry your show. Big E looks almost untouchable right now and with Mark Henry seemingly aligning with him and Henry referring to E as "the future", this has a pretty firm direction. I'm just curious to see how you incorporate Henry into Big E going forward, and if you are going to primarily use Henry more as a non wrestler type role…or if you are going to allow them to be a team. Because honestly with a team as dominant as Henry and Big E…haha holy shit, Truth and Woods better run right now haha


    - YES YES YES!! You have big plans for Bo Dallas and I hope that you run with it, because the WWE dropped the ball on him so hard. But I definitely have a good feeling about your booking of him, because the guy on a character and charisma standpoint is absolute gold.


    - Wow a hell of a tag team title match! A few different times in your match I thought that Goldust and Rhodes had it in the bag, but you make the Usos look stronger than ever. You are doing a really great job of protecting your champions and solidifying them as the top of the mountain. The Usos are a good team to have the belts on during this time as well, while you build up your tag team division with teams like Woods/Truth and maybe even Henry/Big E. I can definitely see a future Henry/Big E versus Usos feud in the future with Henry and E being the unstoppable monster heels. The blind tag spot was a nice touch too with The Usos showing how opportunistic they are and how well they mesh together as a tag team. They looked dominant but also didn't completley bury Goldust and Rhodes. BUTTTT hands down favorite part of the segmetn was the Slater bit. Hahahah I love Heath Slater and you have him pegged better than maybe anyone has ever had him in the projects on this forum. Slater is the perfect obnoxious heel and he immediately draws all the heat in the world with Drew and Kinder coming out of nowhere and taking out the clearcut babyfaced Goldust and Rhodes! Just classic heat seeking booking that draws all the attention at Slater, Drew, and Jinder. I'm curious to see how this plays out with The Usos and if Goldust/Rhodes have anything to fire back with. I love how every single one of your characters are believable and it makes logical sense, as well as entertaining. Every single piece of the puzzle was there during this segment and everyone seemingly got over. The Usos come off as the dominant champions, Goldust/Rhodes come off as the sympathetic babyfaced, and Slater's group comes off as the disgusting heels who are going to wipe everyone out in their path. Solid booking my man.


    - Haha I was a little surprised with the Otunga pick, but definitely made Dean look like a million bucks. Dean made quick change with Otunga, which he should've honestly. Kane coming out though and inserting himself as the third guy was absolutely beautiful though. I didn't see that one coming at all and the shock was exactly what is missing from current day WWE. Ambrose is clearly worn down and with a fresh big red monster coming out, it seems almost impossible that Dean will retain. You gave Kane a ton of heat going into this though with how dominant he was from the early going, but you are making Dean shine as a babyface here Dean refusing to stay down though and taking all the punishment from Kane worked out in practice absolutely phenomenal. Dean plays that "never die, hit me again" character better than anyone else on your roster, and you didn't fail in this match. Kane looked like he had this match in the bag until the boys came out for the save here! I figured as much they would be getting involved, and you did a good job of portraying them as the "evening the odds" kind of deal, rather than Dean needing them because he isn't capable. Interesting that you didn't have Roman/Seth attack but just get inside Kane's head, but this might've been better with anticipation building even more between The Authority vs The Shield. Dean reversing the chokeslam would've gotten the fans hyped though in the crowd, so this was the perfect way to end the night. Honestly I was surprised Dean left with the title, but he came out of this looking amazing and tougher than anyone else in the back. It was a nice little nuance and image too of Dean holding up his championship belt over top of Kane and saying "The Authority will not stop them". It continues the feud and builds up The Shield as no one ever being able to stop them. I'm sure The Authority will strike back on RAW, but tonight the fans get to go home hyped that Dean defeated all the odds and kept the US title.


    - Overall, this was one of the most organized and clear cut great shows I have ever read on this forum. Everyone on your show got over and everything proceeded just how it should proceed. I was always a huge fan of your TNA work, and I'm looking forward to seeing where you go with this one man. I also want to commend you on the layout of your show. It is very easy to read and allows the reader to even want more and anticipate your next show. You have a nice flow to your show and this definitely has a lot of potential. Great job my man! Definitely have a reader in me once again!


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    Monday Night Raw
    April 14th, 2016

    https://youtu.be/Z4vnAyKaOdw

    We Told You… This Won’t Be Easy

    PYRO

    “King of Kings”

    Kicking off this week's Raw, in the ring, is Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, and Kane who make up The Authority of Raw. They are being accompinied by “YES!” chants with the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Daniel Bryan, on his honeymoon with Brie Bella. Stephanie informs the crowd their chants will get them nowhere tonight because their hero is not here to answer their call. McMahon wants to get straight down to business tonight as we are just twenty days away from Backlash. At this point, there is no main event for the event, but that is all about to change right now. Triple H reminds Daniel Bryan that being the WWE World Heavyweight Champion would not be easy, and they are going to stand by their word. At Backlash, Daniel Bryan will not defend his championship one on one… He will not defend his championship in a triple threat… He will not defend his championship in a fatal four way… He will defend his championship versus five other men. The Authority are giving all six men the equal opportunity to become (or retain) the WWE World Heavyweight Champion inside of… Elimination Chamber!

    A huge announcement by Triple H, alongside Stephanie McMahon and Kane, to kick off the show. The Game is not done yet. He informs everyone that one of the spots have already been taken by himself because he needs to make sure that championship belongs to someone who can actually be the face of the WWE. Another gigantic announcement with the crowd feeling indecisive about the announcements tonight. Kane believes he has something that will get them on their feet. Tonight there will be four qualifying matches to determine who enters the chamber because - as Triple H said - The Authority is giving everyone an equal opportunity. The four qualifying matches to take place tonight are: Batista versus Sheamus, The Great Khali versus Cesaro, Kofi Kingston versus Randy Orton, and Roman Reigns versus Seth Rollins versus Dean Ambrose. Stephanie McMahon then says they chose each person for each qualifying match based on a lengthy criteria, and the best of the best are getting this opportunity. Then, looking into the hard camera, she tells Reigns, Rollins, and Ambrose that she wants to see their Shield survive after their match tonight. McMahon then calls for a referee to get out here because we have our first qualifying match right now.



    Qualifying Match to the Elimination Chamber Match at Backlash

    Sheamus versus Batista

    In the first match of the night, we get hard-hitting action between to former WWE Champions. Both of these men were given this opportunity for that reason. Simply put, Batista and Sheamus put on a war of big moves.Each man continued with signature move after signature move including Sheamus’ White Noise and Batista’s Spinebuster, but it only took one finishing maneuver to end the match. The Animal moved away from Sheamus’ Brogue Kick as it seemed the gruelling contest was coming to an end. Batista then took him out with a Spear, brought Sheamus to his feet, and connected with the Batista Bomb for a decisive victory to enter the Elimination Chamber.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Batista


    The Animal celebrates his huge victory as he is heading into Elimination Chamber with the hopes in becoming the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.


    Commercial Break


    “Let’s Light It Up”

    Back from commercial break, we are ringside with WWE Divas Champion AJ Lee skipping around the squared circle. She stops at the commentary table, where Tamina is standing, taking a seat beside JBL as she will be watching this match closely.

    Singles Match

    Summer Rae versus Paige

    A slightly lengthy divas match tonight with Paige having control over Summer Rae for the better part of the match, but it was worked to ensure Paige did not look invincible. Her maneuvers were hard-hitting with sidekicks to the gut, and various head butts. Meanwhile, when Summer was on the offense, she choked out Paige by using her long legs to her advantage. Eventually those legs cost her. She looked for her spinning heel kick, but Paige caught her by her ankle. Paige spun her away and wrapped her arm around Summer to grab the wrist. The Anti-Diva pushed away Fandango’s dancer partner to pull her back in for a huge clothesline. Summer Rae hits the mat hard, but does not stay down long as Paige picks her up by her hair. Paige grabs the leg of Summer to swing it up and connect with the Paige Turner! Paige pins Summer following the finishing maneuver to be awarded the victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Paige


    As the referee raises Paige’s hand, she turns herself to AJ Lee who is sitting at the commentator's desk. The Divas Champion and the NXT stand out staredown before Lee goes to her feet and climbs up onto the desk. She holds up the butterfly belt telling Paige to come and get it. The Anti-Diva is all for the idea before a familiar voice is heard throughout the arena. It is none other than the Raw General Manager… Brad Maddox! Maddox comes running out onto stage in his two sizes too small suit asking Paige and AJ Lee to calm down. He has an announcement that he was saving for later tonight, but it seems he has to do it now. Maddox notifies AJ that she will be defending her championship at Backlash in less than three weeks, and she will discover her challenger next week on Raw. This match is a Brad Maddox original - or a spin on Vickie Guerrero’s Invitational - as all divas will compete in an elimination match where every other diva must be pinned or submitted for a victor to be declared. Before Maddox walks off, he makes it clear that Paige will be in the match. Paige is pleased with the announcement as AJ stays holding up her championship.


    Commercial Break


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    The life of the party, Adam Rose, is coming soon.



    Qualifying Match to the Elimination Chamber Match at Backlash

    The Great Khali versus Cesaro with Paul Heyman

    With three of six spots in the Elimination Chamber filled, the seven foot monster and The Swiss Superman both compete for a championship match. This match was fairly in favor to Cesaro. Anytime The Great Khali would look for his brain chop, Cesaro would either move away or block it with a strike of his own. Eventually, the Paul Heyman Guy needed to use his own offensive maneuvers to take control of the match. With incredible vertical dropkicks and uppercuts, he was able to do enough to daze the giant. Then, he came off the ropes with a springboard uppercut, which was enough to bring The Great Khali to a knee. With The Great Khali in prime position, Cesaro shows off why exactly he is called The Swiss Superman. Cesaro successfully brings The Great Khali between his legs, up into position for the Neutralizer, and connects with the finisher to be awarded the victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Cesaro




    As Cesaro’s hand is raised, Paul Heyman signals that the WWE World Heavyweight Championship is coming the Paul Heyman brand.

    Backstage…

    Heath Slater and Jinder Mahal are sitting on crates backstage rocking out using their Guitar Hero guitars. Drew McIntyre then enters calling for a band meeting right now. Heath Slater seems turned off to the idea - possibly due to someone else taking the leadership role, which is something he has been used to since the start of 3MB. McIntyre says they need to put down the guitars now and realize their is something more important than rock and roll. That one thing is getting their hands on championship gold. Drew adds on last Monday was their first win in close to two years. Now, they have a win under their belt and they made a statement by using Cody Rhodes and Goldust. Heath Slater tries to cut off Drew, getting a word in, but Drew continues on saying it can only go up from here. He notifies Jinder Mahal that they will be teaming up once more, on Smackdown, versus R-Truth and Xavier Woods. Mahal’s expressions of a sinister smile says he is ready for the competition. Heath once again wants to speak up, but Drew puts his fist out signaling the end of the meeting. Jinder and Heath put their fists on with the closing statement of McIntyre saying they will be champions.


    Commercial Break


    “Rebel Son”

    Back from break, Bad News Barrett’s music is playing as he seems to be prepare to give some bad news as he has been for the past four months. Surprising many, Bad News Barrett comes out in ring gear this time around. Still a microphone is hand. Bad News Barrett’s “bad news” this week goes out to Yoshi Tatsu. Barrett notifies Tatsu that he is officially back to competing inside of a WWE ring, and it only means bad things for the Japanese male. Barrett promises to deliver such a beating to Yoshi that he will think he belongs inside of a video game with Mario. The man formerly known as Wade then enters the ring prepared to for this singles match.



    Singles Match

    Yoshi Tatsu versus Bad News Barrett

    Going into the match, there was belief that this would be a quick win for Bad News Barrett. It seemed that it would be a nice in-ring return for BNB, but Tatsu was looking to ruin that. With each strike Barrett attempted, Yoshi rolled under him then tried to soften up his legs with a kick. That offensive style became known by BNB early on, and he stopped it by faking a big hit. Then, when Yoshi rolled through, he was caught with a huge big boot. From there, it was a quick win for Bad News Barrett. Barrett connected with the Wasteland, but determined it was not enough to send a message. Allowing Yoshi to get back on his feet, Barrett clobbered him with the Bullhamer to win the contest.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Bad News Barrett


    Bad News Barrett kicks Yoshi Tatsu out of the ring as he raises his arm. The camera picks up him yelling that he is back to make an impact in WWE.



    Interview Pit…

    We cut backstage to Renee Young who is with the WWE Intercontinental Champion - Big E. Young welcomes Big E as she is hoping to get information on his thoughts with Mark Henry. Big E, holding his championship over his shoulder, says that he respects Mark Henry what he has done, and he has no issues with him. There is one thing though: Big E is the WWE Intercontinental Champion. If Mark Henry thinks it will get him closer to the gold, he is sorely mistaken. Big E tells Renee that he is protecting this championship with all he has, and nobody is going to be taking it away from him anytime soon. Young, somewhat surprised by the answers of the man she is interviewing, tries to ensure Big E that Mark Henry respects Big E as he said it on Friday Night Smackdown. Big E does not deny that Mark Henry feels that way, but he is making his point clear: This championship is not going anywhere no matter if he respects you or not. He then tells Renee she will be ringside for Mark Henry’s match versus Curt Hawkins.


    Commercial Break


    Singles Match

    Mark Henry versus Curt Hawkins

    This was a quick match up showing off the dominance of Mark Henry. Curt got in a strike or two, but Mark Henry did not show any signs of being hurt by the hits. Henry lifted Hawkins, almost as if he were nothing, moments later to drop him down with the World’s Strongest Slam. Then, he runs off the ropes to connect with the World’s Largest Splash to pin Curt Hawkins with authority and be awarded the win.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Mark Henry


    Following the match, Mark Henry offers Big E to come enter the ring. Big E, from ringside, sizes up Mark Henry before making his way up the ramp instead. He ensures the championship is seen as he walks up, and it seems he might not be looking for the competition of Mark Henry.



    “Prepare for the arrival of a hunter. So sick, so twisted. Nobody will be safe with my presence.”
    LEO KRUGER ... cOmINg SOoN...


    Commercial Break


    Before the upcoming match, Lana is out to introduce Alexander Rusev. Before she does that: she reminds all the fans - especially the USA - is less than her mother country of Russia. Lana tells the crowd that this is a special moment in history as tonight marks the single debut of Alexander Rusev on Monday Night Raw. The blonde Russian promises he will CRUSH his opponent - Sin Cara and prove why he is the super athlete.

    Singles Match

    Alexander Rusev with Lana versus Sin Cara

    As Lana promised, this was an extremely quick debut match. Rusev caught Sin Cara with the Super Athlete Kick almost right after the bell ring. Then, he stomped on the back of Sin Cara before taking both of his arms. He locked on his finishing submission - The Accolade - to cause the masked superstar to tap out for a quick victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Alexander Rusev


    Just like last week, when Alexander Rusev attacked Dolph Ziggler, he keeps The Accolade locked on. He wrenches back on Sin Cara as Lana just watches on with delight.

    “Here To Show The World”

    This time Lana is not stopping Alexander Rusev because Dolph Ziggler comes running down to the ring. Rusev is not going to back down from a fight. Ziggler knocks Alexander off of Sin Cara to throw down some right hands. He only backs off to take off his black zip up hoodie, but that gives Rusev enough time to return to his feet. Rusev comes running into Ziggler with an impressive spinning heel kick that knocks The Show Off to the outside of the ring. Rusev follows him though. The Bulgarian Brute looks at the stunning Lana - who tells him to once again CRUSH. With Ziggler bent over against the barricade, Rusev Super Athlete Kick’s Ziggler’s head. He looks down at Ziggler, slowly steps back, and it seems he will go for another kick. And he does! Rusev connects with another huge kick to the side of Ziggler’s head! Now, after this kick, Lana calls for him as he has made himself known.


    Commercial Break


    The Authority’s Office..

    Stephanie McMahon is backstage when Nikki Bella enters. Stephanie thanks Nikki for meeting with her on such short notice as their an issue with a match happening later on tonight. McMahon informs Bella that one week ago, Alicia Fox and Aksana requested a rematch after being defeated one week ago. Stephanie granted them that match, but she seems to have “forgotten” Brie Bella is on her honeymoon this week. The younger McMahon child notifies Nikki she has to keep morale high in the WWE right now, so, unfortunately, Nikki Bella will be facing Alicia Fox and Aksana in a handicap match. Nikki complains to Stephanie how unfair her decision is, but eventually decides that she is going to prove why The Bella Twins are a force within the Divas division whether Stephanie, or AJ, want to admit it.



    Qualifying Match to the Elimination Chamber at Backlash
    Randy Orton versus Kofi Kingston

    In the third of four qualifying matches, Randy Orton and Kofi Kingston engaged in an even contest worthy to kick off the third hour of Raw. Randy Orton was given this opportunity as he was the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, and Kofi Kingston needs the extra push to breakthrough the glass-ceiling. The Viper looked to keep the match at a slow and calculated pace, but Kingston continued to speed it up and hopefully take Randy off of his game. That went on to hurt Kingston. As he was about to springboard onto Orton, Randy came running into the ropes resulting in Kingston collapsing onto the top ropes. With his body hanging on either side, Orton hung his body fully over the ring in DDT position to connect with his signature maneuver. Randy then stalked Kofi until he returned to his feet, and he then connected with the RKO for the victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Randy Orton


    Orton’s hand is raised as the winner as he climbs to the second rope. He does his signature pose before signaling that he will be champion once again.


    Commercial Break


    Video Package…

    A black screen starts off with a familiar voice.

    “Muhammed Ali once said his principles are more important than any title or money.”

    Then, we see luxurious cars being parked into garage alongside a multi-story home followed by the keys being dropped into a trash can.
    .
    “It’s time you met the real me.”

    Coming Soon…
    A NEW Alberto Del Rio.



    Two On One Handicap Match
    Foxsana versus Nikki Bella

    The match started with both Alicia Fox and Aksana illegally attacking Nikki Bella. Once the referee restored the order, with Alicia Fox starting the contest, it belonged to Foxsana for the short time. As Bella was coming back to her feet, Alicia connected with her scissor kick to take out the twin. Then, Fox tagged in Aksana. The self-proclaimed sexiest diva took her time to taunt the crowd before lifting Nikki Bella then dropping her with the Divo Drop Spinebuster. Aksana then pinned Nikki for a quick, decisive victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winners: Alicia Fox and Aksana


    After their contest, Foxsana calls for two microphones from the ringside crew. They make a quick statement with their intentions to both win the #1 Contender's Match next week and become the Divas Champion.


    Commercial Break


    “SIERRA, HOTEL, INDIA, ECHO, LIMA, DELTA. THE SHIELD.”
    “Special Op”

    It’s time for the main event of the evening, which will feature - for the first time ever - The Shield facing each other in a triple threat match. Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns,and Seth Rollins are all coming to the ring together, through the crowd, when their entrance is interrupted.

    “King of Kings”

    This cannot be a good sign as Triple H, Batista, Randy Orton, and Kane all come onto the stage. The four men stay atop the set to watch this main event qualifying match closely.

    Main Event
    Qualifying Match to the Elimination Chamber at Backlash

    WWE United States Champion Dean Ambrose versus Roman Reigns versus Seth Rollins

    In this Shield triple threat, all three men put it all on the line for the opportunity to challenge for the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. It seemed they were going to hold back, but Dean Ambrose was the first to really start trying to take out his two tag team partners. Seth Rollins fought back with some high-risk maneuvers along with kicks, and Roman Reigns used his strength to put him over both of his stablemates. The match continued on at a fast paced with each man connecting with move after move not giving anyone a moment to catch their breath. As the contest continued on, Kane, Batista, and Randy Orton all made their ways closer to the ring until they each dispersed to be alongside different parts of the ring. That’s when the action stopped. Kane, Orton, and Batista all went onto the apron, but The Shield was ready. Their rivals entered the ring and a brawl broke out. Roman Reigns knocked Kane out of the ring with a Superman Punch, Dean Ambrose unleashed a fury of punches on Batista before clotheslining him out of the ring, and Seth Rollins dropkicked Orton to send him through the middle rope. Then, the match came to a sudden end. After Rollins and Ambrose took care of Batista and Orton, they turned around to waiting Roman Reigns who capitalized with a Spear to Seth Rollins, which sent him back into Dean Ambrose. Knocking Dean out of the ring, Roman gets the victory after pinning Seth Rollins.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Roman Reigns


    Closing the show, The Authority stares down Roman Reigns as he stands tall in the center of the ring. Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins eventually join their brothers in arm standing by his side. They staredown the four men, bringing their fists together as they show The Authority failed to tear the three apart.


    END


    Quick Results:
    Spoiler:

    Batista defeated Sheamus to qualify for the Elimination Chamber
    Paige defeated Summer Rae
    Cesaro defeated The Great Khali to qualify for the Elimination Chamber
    Bad News Barrett defeated Yoshi Tatsu
    Mark Henry defeated Curt Hawkins
    Alexander Rusev defeated Sin Cara
    Randy Orton defeated Kofi Kingston to qualify for the Elimination Chamber
    Foxsana defeated Nikki Bella
    Roman Reigns defeated Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins to qualify for the Elimination Chamber




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    May 4th, 2014

    Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
    Daniel Bryan © defends versus Triple H, Batista, Randy Orton, Cesaro, and Roman Reigns

    WWE Divas Championship Match
    AJ Lee © defends versus TBA

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    WWE NXT
    April 17th, 2014




    The Brute Refuses To Leave



    Singles Match
    Adam Rose with The Rosebuds versus Curt Hawkins

    Kicking off this week of NXT is singles action between The Life of the Party, Adam Rose, and the main rosters Curt Hawkins. This match was a simple one with momentum mostly belonging to Adam Rose. It took the offense of Curt Hawkins to anger Adam Rose. With each punch by Hawkins, Adam Rose became angrier and angrier. It was then enough for Adam Rose to come running off the ropes and big boot Curt Hawkins. Then, he would begin to stomp down on Curt Hawkins. The aggressive side of Adam Rose is something we see when Rose is starting to lose control of the match. The assault perfectly allows Adam Rose to set up and connect with the Party Foul for a big win.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Adam Rose


    Once the bell rings, Adam Rose knows he is the victor. He is suddenly back to excitable ready to party self. As The Rosebuds enter the ring to party, they are suddenly interrupted. The arena goes black with just a voice being heard.

    “In this world, there are two types of people. You have the people who sit back and watch. Then, you have the savior. The Savior is coming to NXT."

    The lights turn back on as Adam Rose, along with his Rosebuds, are confused to what just happened.


    Commercial


    Interview Pit…


    We return as Devin Taylor is prepared to interview The Ravishing Russian: Lana. Devin is trying to get down to why Lana is here tonight, and Lana is more than happy to give her an answer. The Ravishing Russian informs the interviewer that she is here because Alexander Rusev is not finished with NXT yet. She says that Alexander plans on making his name known on all WWE platforms. Now, Lana lays out a challenge for tonight’s main event - A Loser Leaves NXT Match. Lana wants Rusev to be the only superstar left in NXT. Taylor now wants to dig into the mind of Lana, asking who she believes will accept the challenge or who Rusev wants tonight. The Ravishing Russian does not answer exactly who, but she does make it known no one can defeat a new and improved Bulgarian Brute.



    Singles Match
    Cal Bishop versus Mojo Rawley

    Always full of energy is Mojo Rawley and he is ready for singles competition against a close to unknown Cal Bishop. Mojo put his stamina to good use in this match as it seems he never slowed down. His strikes connected quick, he was constantly going off the ropes, and he was ensuring that he was getting the crowd “hyped.” Cal Bishop did not have much of a defense. When he tried to separate himself from Mojo by going in the corner, he instead ate a forearm as Rawley came running into him. Then, Mojo lifted Cal Bishop onto his shoulders, and turns him out into a cutter to connect with the fireman’s carry cutter that he is calling the Hyper Drive. That Hyper Drive is followed by the pin, and Mojo Rawley is awarded the victory.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Mojo Rawley


    Mojo celebrates his big win as he runs along the perimeter of the ring high-fiving the fans who are ringside.


    Commercial Break


    JBL’s Office…

    We are now backstage with JBL and a mystery man. He is rather large man with long hair and a long beard to match it. JBL introduces him as Bull Dempsey who we can expect to see more of on NXT in the near future. JBL says to keep an eye out because the future is now, and new stars are only going to keep on coming to the hottest brand in pro wrestling.



    Singles Match
    Emma with Natalya and Bayley versus Summer Rae with Charlotte and Sasha Banks

    It’s time for women’s action which is coming from the issues of last week. Two of the main roster’s finest Emma and Summer Rae are looking to settle their differences tonight. Sasha Banks and Charlotte had it on their mind to help Summer Rae, but Natalya and Bayley are both ringside to ensure this contest remains even. That does not stop Summer’s dirty tricks as she tries to choke out Emma throughout the match using her long legs. The crowd is what eventually brought Emma back to life in this contest. With their support, she found the strength to get out of Summer’s leg lock and go on the offense. Emma connceted with her signature maneuvers: the Dil-Emma and the Emma-mite Sandwich. Emma then countered Summer’s Spinning Heel Kick, resulting in Rae falling face first, and Emma being able to lock on the Emma Lock.

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Emma


    As Emma celebrates her victory, Sasha Banks and Charlotte pull Summer Rae out of the ring. It’s obvious that The BFF’s are frustrated, but Emma does not seem worried as she dances with Natalya and Bayley as she celebrates her victory.


    Commercial Break


    “Worlds Apart”

    As the main event is scheduled to take place right now, we are instead getting an appearance from Sami Zayn. Sami comes out with his usual high energy to match his theme song as he high fives a few front row fans. He then enters the ring asking for a microphone. Zayn starts off by saying that he is understanding that there is supposed to be a Loser Leaves NXT Match coming up right now. The problem that Sami Zayn has with this certain match is NXT is full of people who are the future, and he won’t allow anyone to leave NXT especially because of some bully who now belongs on Raw. The Underdog from the Underground calls out Alexander Rusev right now as he is accepting his challenge.

    "Внимание! (Attention!)"

    Well, it’s not Alexander Rusev but it is Lana. The Ravishing Russian comes onto the stage calling for Full Sail’s attention. She informs Sami Zayn that he has made the biggest mistake in his career, and he better say his goodbyes now. Furthermore, Lana tells Sami Zayn he will be beaten so bad by new and improved The Bulgarian Brute that he won’t be able to step inside of a ring again. Lana then introduces Alexander Rusev.

    "Рев на лъвът (Roar of the Lion)"

    With the introduction, Alexander Rusev comes onto the stage with the utmost confidence. He makes his way to the ring never breaking eye contact with Sami Zayn. Upon entering, Lana demands that Rusev crush Sami Zayn tonight.



    Main Event
    Loser Leaves NXT Match

    Sami Zayn versus Alexander Rusev with Lana

    A lengthy back-and-forth contest tonight between Sami Zayn and Alexander Rusev. Sami Zayn was the underdog throughout with Alexander Rusev using his brute force to put him ahead of his opponent. When the match started, Alexander Rusev looked to connect with his Super Athlete Kick right away. Sami Zayn was all prepared though as he moved out of the way, and then rolled up Rusev for a close three count. Once both men were back to their feet, the contest belonged to Rusev. He headbutted the sternum of Zayn, which practically took out the underdog. Rusev then threw around Sami Zayn, and stomped on him whenever he was laid out on the mat. Then, Lana called for the end of the match. Rusev stomped on the spine of Zayn, was about to lock on The Accolade, but Sami wouldn’t allow Rusev to do so. Sami pushed his arms further apart before slipping out under Alexander. That’s when the direction of the match changed. Sami Zayn showed off his skill, and strength, with a Blue Thunder Bomb. That did not end the match up though. Instead, later on, Rusev looked for another Super Athlete Kick, and again Sami stopped him. Zayn grabbed him by his leg, and then connected with a huge suplex into the corner. Zayn then connected with the Helluva Kick for a huge upset victory to send Alexander Rusev out of NXT!

    Spoiler:

    Winner: Sami Zayn


    This week’s edition of NXT closes with Sami Zayn joining the crowd in singing a goodbye song to The Bulgarian Brute and The Ravishing Russian.


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    Quick Results:
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    Adam Rose defeated Curt Hawkins
    Mojo Rawley defeated Cal Bishop
    Emma defeated Summer Rae
    Sami Zayn defeated Alexander Rusev in a Loser Leaves NXT Match




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    Re: Rasky Re-Books: WWE 2014

    Let's get cracking here... Apologies for not checking in super often last month.

    Not surprised with the end result of Rose/Hawkins. Rose getting the dub is the obvious move, and I'm a... bit curious in the end scene here with 'The Savior.' Off the bat I'm not certain who this could be but I would like to say that this dual-personality thing you've got going on with Rose is unique, a bit bold and daring too. Excited to see how it plays out.

    Interview with Lana was good. A 'Loser Leaves NXT' match seems like a good, obvious setup for her and Rusev to make the full graduation up to the WWE level while also putting somebody, anybody over. Wonder who it could be...

    Good W for Mojo. Not much to say about this but it's obviously the right move to have him squash the crap out of Cal Bishop. Intrigued to see if you have anything coming down the pipe for Mojo or if this was mostly just to get him on TV to get a victory. We shall see!

    *Nods head* at Bull Dempsey.

    Good win for Emma here. As you noted, both are up on the main roster so I wonder how much time they really have left here, considering that Bayley, Charlotte and Sasha really are the lone ones left here who aren't fixtures at that level. No idea how much longer you'll have the BFFs be a thing but I'm interested in seeing how you have them dissolve and how it compares to how they did IRL. And, of course, I have my eye on the hugger of the bunch. But you already knew that.

    Well damn it's Sami Zayn who gets the dub on Rusev. A pretty great showing for Zayn here and a nicely booked exit for the villain in Rusev. Well done across the board in elevating Zayn, having him get a W against someone from the main roster while simultaneously not ruining Rusev's credibility.

    Good episode of NXT, Rask. Short, sweet, to the point. No real qualms, Zayn/Rusev seemed like a hoot and there's definite intrigue for me for 'The Savior.' Keep up the good work.

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    I'm finding it hilarious that you are setting up both Rose and Kruger to debut. Unless of course somebody else is playing one of the roles. With a nod to what happened on NXT maybe Kruger is the Savior. Either way I'm intrigued by The Savior.

    The midcard is shaping up nicely with Henry, Big E, Barrett and the returning Del Rio making it an area of the card that I'm unsure of what is going to happen. That in itself makes it must read.

    The Evolution/Shield stuff continues to intensify and part of me thinks that they will cancel each other out at Backlash, well Reigns will cancel out Evolution somehow. Moving forward I'm expecting Bryan vs Cesaro as the feud that will not only be fresh to the readers but not disappoint.

    Rusev is definitely going to be an interesting fixture on Raw/Smackdown over the next few months especially with his ties severed from NXT now. In reality he was a monster at this time so I hope that this continues here. Maybe pulling the US Title away from Ambrose would be smart to free The Lunatic Fringe to concentrate on The Shield's feud with Evolution. But first Rusev will have to make his mark by crushing Dolph Ziggler over and over and over.

    I'm keen to see what you do differently with The Shield/Evolution as the Rollins turn was really a huge moment in the WWE this year.

    A good show once again Rasky and I'm hoping that that Cesaro/Bryan feud comes to fruition. Keep up the great work.




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