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    Re: WWE: Another Passage [by Evangelestial & Tigerblood]

    RAW

    Episode #1257
    June 26th, 2017

    RAW starts off with replays from last weeks main event and the aftermath with Joe attacking Strowman, then Joe both Reigns and Strowman. Kurt Angle is in the ring and he announces that with everything that happened last week, he's not even sure if there will be a Universal Championship Match at Great Balls of Fire. He calls out Samoa Joe to the ring and Joe makes his way out to a chorus of boos. Joe gets to the ring before Kurt Angle announces that he is to be permanently suspended for his actions against Reigns and Strowman last week. This enrages Joe causing him to flip out and attack Angle. Joe locks in the Coquina Clutch on the RAW GM before security and backstage officials finally drag Joe away.

    Singles match ~ R-Truth defeats Sami Zayn via rollup at 7:23 when Bobby Roode's music hit causing Zayn to become distracted. Post match, Bobby Roode attacked Zayn from behind hitting him with the Glorious DDT.

    The Miz hosts Miz TV with his guest Bayley. Miz asks Bayley why after losing to Alexa Bliss multiple times in recent months, she thinks she deserves the opportunity to wrestle Bliss at GBOF. Bayley responds by telling Miz how when she was a kid it was her dream to be Women's Champion, and she lived that dream. But Alexa Bliss came to RAW, a show she doesn't even belong on and crushed her dreams. She says that a week from Sunday at Great Balls of Fire, she is going to reclaim the title and make her dreams come true once again. Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax make their way out to the ring. Bliss starts fake crying about how sad she is that all of Bayley's dreams were crushed. Nia offers a tissue to the champion, but Bliss tells Nia she can't take herself seriously and starts laughing at how pathetic Bayley is. Bayley tells Alexa that she should put her money where her mouth is and put her title on the line tonight. Bliss laughs at Bayley and offers her a match against her and Nia, if you know, Bayley can find anyone willing to be friends with her for five minutes. Bayley accepts.

    Cruiserweight Championship #1 Contender's Shot [For Whoever Scores the Fall]: 17-on-One Handicap match ~ The Cruiserweight Division defeats Neville at 0:07 when all the rest of the Cruiserweight division piles on Neville, all pinning him at once.

    Baron Corbin cuts a promo about how he should be able to just become the new Universal Champion because neither Reigns nor Strowman will be able to compete at GBOF at this point. Corbin announces that at Great Balls of Fire, that's just exactly what he plans to happen.

    Singles match ~ Naomi, with Dana Brooke, vs. Ember Moon, with Charlotte, goes to a no contest at 11:37 when all four women start brawling.

    Tag Team match ~ Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose defeats The New Wyatt Family via Disqualification at 12:03 when Bray Wyatt interrupted and The members of The Wyatt Family took out the former Shield brothers. Post match, Matt & Jeff Hardy make their way out to the ring to help Ambrose/Rollins, but are also taken out by the challengers for their RAW Tag Team championships.

    Shinsuke Nakamura is backstage with Charly Caruso. He tells Charly that he is at 100% after MITB, unlike previous reports. He mentions that he is ready for the next chapter in his WWE Career. Tye Dillinger makes his way to Shinsuke and says how amazing it would be to be his next chapter. Shinsuke agrees challenging him to a match next week. Dillinger agrees.

    Tag Team match ~ Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax defeats Bayley and Emma via Twisted Bliss on Bayley at 13:08.

    Universal Champion Roman Reigns makes his way to the ring demanding competition for Great Balls of Fire, saying that a little pain won't keep him from defending his title at the PPV. Braun Strowman makes his way to the ring saying that he won the match last week and that he deserves his one on one title match at Great Balls. Roman agrees before Baron Corbin makes his way to the ring announcing that he was just going to be the one to take the title from Roman at GB, the three men brawl until Brock Lesnar returns with Paul Heyman and takes out all three men, leaving RAW ending with Lesnar standing tall over all his adversaries.

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    Re: WWE: Another Passage [by Evangelestial & Tigerblood]

    Smackdown Live
    Episode #932
    June 27th, 2017


    Smackdown Live kicks off with it's General Manager, Daniel Bryan, in the ring. Bryan recaps the events of last week, that during Finn Balor's WWE Championship celebration, Randy Orton blindsided him, RKO'd and Punt Kicked the new WWE Champion. Now, Shane McMahon fired Orton for his actions, and the reason that had to be done is simply that because of that one move, Finn Balor may have to vacate the WWE Championship. And to be honest, it isn't looking good for Finn Balor. But if there's one thing Daniel Bryan knows, it's how it feels to be stripped of a Championship due to injury. So Daniel Bryan is going to wait as long as he can. Finn Balor will be tested in two weeks time, and we'll know then whether or not he'll be competing at Battleground. In the meantime, we have an issue concerning the WWE Championship. Even if Balor can compete, without Orton there's a question of whom would Finn even defend against. So tonight, we're going to kick off a mini-four person tournament, the winner will either challenge for the WWE Championship at Battleground, or, in the worst case scenario, will be the new WWE Champion. And that tournament is going to start right now, Daniel Bryan calls Sheamus and Rhyno out to the ring.

    WWE Championship [#1 Contender's] Tournament: Singles match ~ Rhyno defeats Sheamus via Gore at 8:26. The finish of the match saw Rhyno and Sheamus running at each-other with Sheamus going for a Brogue Kick. Rhyno ducked and continued running, rebounding off the ropes to hit Sheamus with a devastating Gore.

    Backstage Daniel Bryan is being interrogated by Dolph Ziggler about the other two competitors in the tournament, and more importantly, why they don't include himself, being a former world Champion. Bryan tells him maybe it's because of his pitiful attitude or maybe it's because of all his loses lately, Ziggler blames Daniel and Shane's poor management and that he can't blamed for Lars Sullivan. At this moment, Apollo Crews interrupts, complaining about his match tonight against Lars Sullivan. Stating that he should be facing that chump Curt Hawkins. Bryan informs Crews that Hawkins isn't even here tonight but their complaints has giving him an idea, instead of Apollo going one-on-one with Sullivan, it'll be the two whiners against Lars in a handicap match. And if those two can fight as well as they complain, then maybe they'll find themselves inserted into the title picture.

    The commentators hype up the main event, a tag team match between AJ Styles and Ms. Money in the Bank Sasha Bank vs. Mr. Money in the Bank Drew McIntyre vs. Mickie James. They mention that the two fought off last week in six-man action but it was Heath Slater and Kevin Owens involved in the decision, so tonight those with the bad blood will get another shot tonight. They also hype up the Tag Titles match between The Usos and the Hype Bros, but get cut off when Maria and Mike Kanellis come out to the ring. They two remind the WWE Universe who they are, The First Lady of the WWE and the man she loves respectively, before revealing what they were alluding to last week. Like they said upfront, they're here to educate everyone in WWE about true love, and there's no better way to do that than with a video documentary about their love life. So Ladies and Gentlemen, sit back, pay attention, and enjoy the very first part of Maria & Mike Kanellis: The Power of True Love Story: Part 1: Maria before Mike. The documentary starts with Zebrahead's "With Legs Like That" playing as we witness various clips of Maria's previous tenure in WWE. Maria eventually starts talking over the clips, as we get several cuts to her and the clips. Maria Kanellis talks about how during her time in WWE, she never reached her potential. She was there for six years, and yet she never won the Women's or Diva's Championship. During her time there, she tried so hard to figure out what she was missing, what was keeping her from top of the totem pole. She never realized until she left, that it was love, true love. She tried love before. She tried dating, she hosted a kiss cam, and kissed more than a few WWE Superstars in her time. She runs down the names as we see clips of her kissing or embracing each of the mentioned; Dolph Ziggler; Matt Hardy; Santino Marella; Ric Flair; John Cena; even Snoop Dogg. None of them worked. It doesn't matter how WONDERFUL you are, how funny you are, if you're a 16 time World Champion or one of the most successful musicians of all-time, if you're not the one, they'll never help you soar to the heights you know you could reach. Maria states she left WWE feeling unfulfilled but (the music changes back to their current theme, "True Love") that would all change soon as the video closes on an image of Mike Kanellis, with text adding,"Part 2: Mike Before Maria will air next week".

    Handicap match ~ Lars Sullivan defeats Dolph Ziggler and Apollo Crews via a Teardrop Spinebuster on Apollo Crews at 2:35. During the match, Lar Sullivan steamrolled both for most of the bout, near the end the two managed to stagger the powerhouse into the second rope with an Enzuigiri (Apollo)/Superkick (Ziggler) but Lars managed to overcome them before they could take advantage. After the match, Lars Sullivan grabs a microphone and screams Luke Harper's name. He tells Harper that last week, he embarrassed him with that cheap shot, and whether Harper likes it or not, he will pay! Lars Sullivan won't rest until he does.

    Smackdown Tag Team Championships: Tag Team match ~ The Usos (c) defeats The Hype Bros via Samoan Splash from Jey Uso on Zack Ryder at 10:12. During the match, The New Day hijacked the commentary booth. After the match, there was a stare-down between the champions and the challengers, as The Usos hoisted their belts up in view of The New Day, though Big E kept commentating.

    Backstage, we see Carmella walking around only to find James Ellsworth in a neck brace walking around frantically. Carmella turns around to avoid him but Ellsworth spots her and rushes towards her. He tells her that he's been looking everywhere for her, Carmella told Ellsworth she was doing the same thing at Money in the Bank. He apologies again for getting hospitalized before her match, he tried to break out of the straps on the stretcher but those things must be made of titanium or something. But he's got good news, he's just talked to Daniel Bryan, real firm and laid down the law. And Bryan easily submitted to his will, cause next week on Smackdown Live, Carmella will have another match with Asuka for the Smackdown Women's Championship. Carmella is elated at the news and hugs Ellsworth, causing his neck severe pain but he assures her it's fine. Enzo & Cass came in, talking about how she must've heard the news. Cass says that they were in that meeting, and Carmella should've saw how hard Ellsworth fought for this match, never seen a grown man cry so much in my life. Carmella backs away from Ellsworth at this point, as Enzo and Cass continue poking fun about the meeting. Ellsworth tells them it doesn't matter how the match was made, as long as next week, Carmella wins the Womnen's Championship, with her entourage backing her up. Enzo tells Ellsworth to cool it down, they're just havin' a little fun. Don't worry, next week, Carmella will have The Realest Guys in her corner, it's nothing to cry about.

    WWE Championship [#1 Contender's] Tournament: Singles match ~ Cesaro defeats Erick Rowan via Neutralizer at 8:55.

    Tag Team match ~ Drew McIntyre and Mickie James defeats AJ Styles and Sasha Banks via roll-up at 10:43. The finish of the match came when McIntyre tackled Styles off the apron, and followed him outside to continue attacking him. This caught the attention of the legal participant Sasha Banks, just long enough for Mickie James to surprise her with a roll-up.

    The United States Champion Kevin Owens makes his way to the ring and tells everyone that he has a huge announcement for next week. As the United States Champion and the Face of America, next week is a huge deal for Kevin Owens and the entire WWE. Because next week, Smackdown Live falls on the Fourth of July. And everybody knows that the Fourth of July is Kevin Owens Day. Now as the entire country celebrates Kevin Owens Day, it would be fair for you to assume that next week, Kevin Owens is going to take the day off. But that's not going to happen, you see cause he doesn't share the lazy American mentality of "Oh' it's my birthday, I get to take work off". That mentality is why everyone in this arena's attention is focused on him, while he is trying his hardest not to see any of their disgusting faces. He's going to continue to lead by example, and next week, he's bringing back the United States Open Challenge. In fact, he'll be taken on two challengers next week. In order to promote the spirit of America, it'll be open to anyone not signed to the WWE, anyone in attendance can accept. But because of that, KO needs time to recuperate, so he isn't competing tonight. Though you just had the main event, so you shoulda seen that coming anyway. Before he can leave, Heath Slater makes his way out to the ring. Slater requests a Championship match tonight. After losing his friend Rhyno, he feels he needs it, and after pinning Owens last week, he feels he deserves it. Owens criticizes Slater's hearing ability, before reminding him that he only beat Owens because AJ Styles doesn't understand how tag matches work and attacked him when he wasn't legal. But you know what, Owens likes Slater. Slater's a family man, KO is a family man, fine. Slater, you'll get one shot tonight before Kevin Owens Day next week.

    United States Championship: Singles match ~ Kevin Owens (c) defeats Heath Slater via Pop-up Powerbomb at 2:58. Immediately after the match, Kevin Owens grabs Slater and tosses him out of the ring. After grabbing his Championship from the referee, Daniel Bryan makes his way to the stage. He tells Kevin Owens that he likes his go-get-em attitude about next week, on Independence Day, but he doesn't like his choice. You see, Bryan's not sure he's comfortable with putting unsigned talent in matches, sounds like a liability. So instead, Bryan will cut Owens opponents down to one but it'll be against a WWE Superstar. Against, the returning, JOHN CENA! KO immediately complains that this isn't fair, Cena hasn't even wrestled since Mania. Bryan agrees, he also thinks it wasn't fair that Kevin Owens makes an Open Challenge and then closes it to everyone in the locker-room. Or that KO only has that Championship because Drew McIntyre cost AJ Styles the match. Owens shouts back that AJ Styles chose an no-disqualification match, and it's not on Owens' head that other people hate Styles enough to interfere. What happened at Money in the Bank was completely legal. Daniel Bryan concurs with that too, but it still wasn't fair. Just like, Cena getting a title match next week might not be fair but "I'm the General Manager, I make the matches" so this is completely legal too. Daniel Bryan leaves KO with the simple saying, you just have to beat him, before starting a Yes! Chant on his way out.

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    Re: WWE: Another Passage [by Evangelestial & Tigerblood]

    RAW

    Episode #1258
    July 3rd, 2017

    RAW starts off with RAW GM Kurt Angle in his office backstage. Kurt addresses the camera announcing that he has several announcements for the show tonight. First off he announces that Samoa Joe has been fined and suspended indefinitely for actions last week. He goes on to mention that in regards to the Universal Title picture, this Sunday at Great Balls of Fire, Roman Reigns will defend the Universal Title in a Triple Threat Match against Braun Strowman and Brock Lesnar. He says that in tonight's main event, Braun Strowman will be battling Roman Reigns in a non title Street Fight.

    Singles match ~ Charlotte defeats Ember Moon via Figure Eight at 12:03. Post match, Dana Brooke and Naomi make their way to the ring to break up a post match brawl, and all four end up up brawling until security has to break up the confrontation.

    Austin Aries is backstage with Kurt Angle, he pleads that he should get a one on one title shot against Neville tonight, stating that he has earned it while the rest of these losers haven't even earned a shot. Kurt Angle agrees, saying that if Aries loses his Cruiserweight Title match tonight, he'll be fired. Aries is pissed by that but then seems to smirk before agreeing with the terms.

    Singles match ~ Shinsuke Nakamura defeats Tye Dillinger via Kinshasa at 11:35. Post match, Shinsuke goes to shake hands with Dillinger before getting dropped with a Tye Breaker. The crowd erupts into a chorus of boos before Charly Caruso is in the ring to talk with the Perfect Ten. Caruso asks Dillinger what just happened. Dillinger says that for months he's been looked at as a second fiddle here on RAW. He goes on to say that from now on the only thing he cares about on this show is himself and getting where he can in this business. It's guys like Nakamura that come into this company and take all the spots from the guys that worked there asses off. Starting tonight, this is Tye Dillinger's World and we're just living in it.

    Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax are backstage with Mike Rome. Rome asks Alexa how she plans to take out Bayley this Sunday at GBOF. Bliss laughs at the question, saying that she is greatest women's champion of all time. She goes on to say that she is the only female in WWE history to win both the RAW and SD Live Women's Championships. She laughs at the thought of little baby Bayley taking her out in any capacity. She makes a joke saying that maybe the only way Bayley could take her out is to like a trip to the park. She goes on to mention that she has the greatest insurance policy of all time standing next to her, and the only way anybody is going to take the title off of her is by prying it out of the hands of her cold dead body.

    Singles match ~ Dean Ambrose, with Seth Rollins, vs. Curtis Axel, with Bo Dallas and Bray Wyatt goes to a No Contest at 11:16 when The New Wyatt Family and Dean and Seth break out into an all out brawl. The Hardy Boyz make their way out for the save, but The Wyatts disappear, leaving the Hardyz and Dean and Seth very confused.

    Austin Aries is seen walking into the Cruiserweight locker room with a smile on his face. Bobby Roode, The Miz and Maryse are confronted by Kurt Angle. Angle announces that he is giving the three the night off, and that this Sunday at GBOF, Miz and Maryse are barred from ringside for the Roode vs Sami Zayn Intercontinental Championship match. The three are no happy about either announcement. Kurt Angle announces that if anybody interferes with the match on Sunday, they'll be getting the "Samoa Joe" treatment, and that's a promise.

    Singles match ~ Sami Zayn defeats Baron Corbin via Helluva Kick at 8:47. Post match, Corbin crawls to ringside to grab a mic and says that this Sunday, Baron Corbin cashes in his Universal Championship, and that there isn't anything anyone can do to stop him.

    Neville is backstage with Mike Rome, Rome asks Neville is he's scared to face A Double in just a few minutes with no prior knowledge other than earlier tonight. Neville just laughs at Rome saying that Aries or any of the other Cruiserweights in this lackluster division aren't even on the Neville Level, and defeating Aries tonight is the least of his concerns.

    Cruiserweight Championship: Singles match ~ Neville (c) defeats Austin Aries via Red Arrow at 15:25. During the match, The rest of the Cruiserweights came out when the ref was knocked out after an inadvertent shot from Neville, Aries thought they were there to help him, like they had previously discussed, but they all took out Aries instead.

    The Commentators run down the card for GBOF, saying that two matches have been added to the card by General Manager Kurt Angle, as Neville will defend his Cruiserweight Title in a Gauntlet match against the rest of the division, and on the preshow, Tye Dillinger will get a rematch with Shinsuke Nakamura.

    Street Fight: Singles match ~ Roman Reigns defeats Braun Strowman in a Street Fight via Spear through the LED Lighting on Stage at 18:46. Roman Reigns stood tall with his Universal Championship to end the show.

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    Re: WWE: Another Passage [by Evangelestial & Tigerblood]

    Smackdown Live
    Episode #933
    July 4th, 2017


    WWE Championship [#1 Contender's] Tournament Finals: Singles match ~ Cesaro defeats Rhyno via Neutralizer at 9:29. The finish of the match saw Rhyno go for the Gore, only for Cesaro to counter with a pop-up European Uppercut. Cesaro then immediately followed up with the winning Neutralizer just to be sure. After the match, the commentators hype up Cesaro's victory, stating that next week, we will learn whether or not Cesaro will be wrestling for the WWE Championship at Battleground, or if he will be wrestling as the WWE Champion. They mention the uncertain condition of WWE Champion Finn Balor, who was taken out of action by the now-fired Randy Orton's Punt Kick two weeks ago. Finn will return week to be evaluated by the doctors and we'll find out next week whether or not he'll be able to defend the WWE Championship. But for tonight, they have the huge main event, Kevin Owens will be defending the United States Championship against John Cena, who hasn't been seen on WWE since WrestleMania. Also tonight, Carmella will get another shot at Asuka's Women's Championship. Smackdown Live is going all out, in celebration of Independence Day!

    Backstage Mr. Money in the Bank Drew McIntyre is sitting down prepared for an interview. However, much to his dismay, all the questions being asked are about AJ Styles, as they try to get him to reveal why he attacked Styles at Money in the Bank. McIntyre keeps dodging the question, stating that at Money in the Bank, he won the briefcase, he won the right to challenge for the WWE Championship at any moment. Heck, he could cash-in next week, whether Finn's able to compete or not, and head into Battleground as Mr. Money in the Bank. But nobody's speculating on that. Nobody is talking about that. Everyone's concerned that their AJ Styles 'unjustly' lost another United States Championship match. McIntyre's had enough, he tells everyone if they want their answer, then they'll have to wait until next week.

    Before the commentators can even get a chance to discuss McIntyre's reasons, Mike & Maria Kanellis storm the stage with their catchy theme on full blast. Maria says last week, with the WWE Universe got their first glimpse at their documentary, "Maria & Mike Kanellis: The Power of True Love Story", that reminded all of you of her time in WWE prior to her meeting her amazing husband. Mike chimes in that that's him! He tells everyone that he wasn't in WWE before Maria, there was no WWE before Maria. But still today, you'll learn the history of a man, once called Mike Bennett. The Kanellis' motion to the titantron before embracing each-other, as the documentary "Maria & Mike Kanellis: The Power of True Love Story: Part 2: Mike before Maria" plays. The documentary focuses on Mike re-telling his wrestling story before Maria, with the main emphasis being that he's been wrestling since 2002, and all the success he had, all that matter, came later. A few championships maybe here or there but nothing worthwhile. The closest he got to main stream exposure, was a losing effort on Heat against two gangsta thugs. It was almost enough to make him give up hope, because he was honing his craft, getting better ever match yet he was still missing something. Something to put him over the top, that something was love. That something was Maria. The video ends up a zoom in of Maria's face with their theme song playing and text over the screen reading "Part 3: Maria and Mike Meet will air next week".

    Singles match ~ Apollo Crews, with Dolph Ziggler, defeats Curt Hakwins via Spin-out Powerbomb at 5:53. After the match, Dolph Ziggler enters the ring with a steel chair, which jitters Apollo Crews at first before Ziggler tells him they're cool now. Crews then lifts Hawkins up to help Ziggler get a clean shot but before Dolph could take the swing, The Hype Bros make their way out to the ring, chasing Crews & Ziggler away from the ring and helping Hawkins up.

    Smackdown Live returns with a Luke Harper promo set in a dark room. The only things we can make out in the darkness is Luke Harper, a single light bulb, and faintly the pull switch. Luke Harper says he's been in the darkness for so long. He addresses Lars Sullivan, that last week Sullivan promised to make Harper pay for attacking him two weeks ago. Harper states he didn't have to help Apollo or Dolph. They're both jerks, neither of them thanked him but he couldn't help himself. He couldn't help but stop Sullivan's rampage. He couldn't stop because he hasn't just been in this darkness, for years, he helped create it. I was once a harbinger of the fear Lars Sullivan instills in Dolph, Apollo, and the rest of the locker-room. As Harper says that, the screen flashes with images of Bray Wyatt before returning to Luke Harper. "It's different now." Harper claims it's taking him so long but he has broken free but still, he lives in the darkness. He needs to repent. He needs to stop Sullivan. He can't let Smackdown Live be devoured by yet another monster, as he says that the screen flashes with images of Bray Wyatt once again, this time with the WWE Championship. Once the screen returns to Luke Harper, he declares that he will face Lars Sullivan at Battleground. And when he vanquishes Lars Sullivan, "then finally . . ." Harper doesn't finish the sentence. Instead, he pulls the pull switch, and the light bulb shines so bright nothing can be seen, until eventually it dims down enough that we see an empty white room, with the bulb swinging back and forth, with Luke Harper no where to be seen.

    We cut to backstage where Mickie James is bragging to Natalya about pinning Sasha Banks once again last week. Stating that try as she might, The Boss can't touch the legend of Mickie James. Ms. Money in the Bank Sasha Banks interrupts the conversation, questioning what she's hearing. She reminds Mickie that both of them where in the Money in the Bank match so if Sasha can't beat her, why is she the one carrying around the money ticket. Besides, you only ever beaten because of distractions. She points to Natalya, citing that her involvement was the only reason Mickie beat her in their singles matches. Banks can't stand Mickie run her mouth though, so she challenges her to a match next week, if she's brave enough to face her by herself. Mickie accepts, and Sasha acts Nattie if she's cool with that. Natalya scoffs at Sasha, telling her not to worry, Natalya has better things to do than interfere in this squabble, before all three part ways.

    Smackdown Women's Championship: Singles match ~ Asuka (c) defeats Carmella, with Enzo Amore, Big Cass, and James Ellsworth via Asuka Lock at 10:26. Asuka was in control for most of the match, but due to the interference from Carmella's entourage, Carmella managed to get several minutes worth of offense. Enzo & Cass mostly just trash talk but Ellsworth as much more involved, even tripping Asuka (who was going for her running hip attack) when the ref's attention was temporarily on the loud-mouths. The finish saw Asuka having Carmella beat with the Spin Kick, but Ellsworth jumped on the apron distracting the ref. Asuka knocked Ellsworth off the apron onto Enzo & Cass with a running hip attack, Carmella got a sneak inside cradle for a two quick before Asuka locked in the Asuka Lock to retain. After the match, Natalya made her way out to the ring with microphone in hand. She locks eyes on Asuka's Championship, and lifts the microphone to her mouth when the lights go all red and "Time to Rise" begins to blast on the PA System. Both Asuka and Natalya are confused, when Eva Marie's Announcer begins talking. He informs Asuka, that at Battleground she will be defending that Smackdown Women's Championship against the most stylish, elegant, bewitching, eternally beguiling, continuously charismatic, and fantastically fascinating, woman to appear in any arena . . . all Red Everything, Eva Marie! Eva Marie never appears, and the song and lightning returns to normal afterwards. Natalya storms out of the ring while Asuka's reaction is more of a smug bring it on.

    Backstage Daniel Bryan is seen talking to the Smackdown Tag Team Champions The Usos, finally relenting apparently after a long spot, that they can decide which member of The New Day they face at Battleground, and Bryan's going to add another wrinkle, for the next two weeks The Usos will face the members one-on-one, so they can get a better feel for them. The Usos are down for that and the two go their separate ways, but Bryan is quickly stopped by Enzo & Cass! Bryan immediately states that he isn't giving Carmella another title shot but they clarify it isn't about that. They know that they lost the number one contender shot, but they just can't wait around here doing you nothing, how ya doin'? They want a match at Battleground, and a number one contender's match at that. Daniel Bryan tells them he isn't just going to give them that but he will allow them to compete for a chance. There's a lot of hungry teams waiting for an opportunity, so the next two weeks will each feature a qualifier match, and both winning teams will meet at Battleground, to determine the number one contenders at SummerSlam. The two leave happy but Bryan doesn't catch a break, at Natalya comes yelling at Daniel Bryan, "Eva Marie!? Seriously!?". Bryan tells Natalya that he agrees, but unfortunately Eva Marie had it in her contract that they can't release her without first giving her a championship shot. He tells her she's most likely won't win, just wait it out, you'll get your shot. Natalya tells Daniel Bryan that she's been waiting a decade for her shot. Bryan apologies and tells her to just hold out for a few more weeks before finally moving on in peace.

    John Cena makes his way out to the ring for the main event but before the bell rings, he takes time to talk to the WWE Universe. He brings up how much he missed the WWE and the WWE Universe. Even though he was gone for so long, he can't imagine a better time, place, and match to return than right here in Phoenix, Arizona on the Fourth of July for the United States Championship! Cena states that this match means a lot to him, not only because it's his first back but while he was away, he still paid attention to the product, and it was making him sick seeing Kevin Owens slander America every chance he could. Claiming to be the Face of America while simultaneously insulting all the proud hard working citizens here. And last week, Kevin Owens crossed a line, he had the gall to refer to Independence Day as "Kevin Owens Day". That is spitting on the face of everyone who risks or even sacrifices their lives fighting for freedom, and it's about time that the United States Championship is liberated from someone as disrespectful to what it represents as KO. Cena declares to the WWE Universe that he's going to be straight up beating Kevin Owens tonight, but he wants to clarify, he ain't beating the Face of America, he's beating the Face of a pompous, entitled, self-centered soon to be former champion. Cena drops the mic, throws his hat and shirt off, and is ready for Kevin Owens to make his way down and start the match.

    United States Championship: Singles match ~ John Cena defeats Kevin Owens (c) via Attitude Adjustment at 18:12. During the match, Kevin Owens had kicked out of two AA's from Cena, while Cena only kicked out of one Pop-up Powerbomb. The finish saw Kevin Owens going for the second Pop-up Powerbomb but Cena reverses with a rare hurricanrana, and immediately follows up with the winning third AA to win his sixth United States Championship, once more tying a record from Ric Flair. The show goes off the air with John Cena celebrating his Championship victory.

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    Re: WWE: Another Passage [by Evangelestial & Tigerblood]

    This Sunday

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    # Match Stipulations
    1 Roman Reigns (c) vs. Braun Strowman vs. Brock Lesnar (with Paul Heyman) Triple Threat match for the Universal Championship
    2 Sami Zayn (c) vs. Bobby Roode Singles match for the Intercontinental Championship with The Miz & Maryse banned from ringside
    3 The Hardy Boyz (c) vs. The New Wyatt Family (Curtis Axel & Bo Dallas) Tag Team match for the Raw Tag Team Championships
    4 Alexa Bliss (c) (with Nia Jax) vs. Bayley Singles match for the Raw Women's Championship
    5 Neville (c) vs. The Rest of the Cruiserweight Division Gauntlet match for the Cruiserweight Championship
    6 Bray Wyatt vs. Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose Handicap match
    7 Naomi vs. Charlotte vs. Ember Moon vs. Dana Brooke Fatal Four Way match to determine the number one contender for the Raw Women's Championship
    Pre-Show Tye Dillinger vs. Shinsuke Nakamura Singles match

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    Great Balls of Fire

    July 9th, 2017
    Pre-Show

    Singles match~ Shinsuke Nakamura defeats Tye Dillinger via Kinshasa at 11:40.



    Tag Team match for the RAW Tag Team Championships
    The New Wyatt Family (Curtis Axel & Bo Dallas) vs The Hardyz (Jeff & Matt Hardy) (c)

    Before the match starts RAW GM Kurt Angle comes out and says that he was impressed with all four teams in the Elimination Chase for the Number One Contendership, And because of that he is in a giving mood, saying that tonight the tag team title match will now be a Fatal Five Way Ladder Match pitting The Hardyz against The New Wyatt Family, American Alpha, The Club, And Breezango.

    Ladder match for the RAW Tag Team Championships
    The New Wyatt Family (Curtis Axel & Bo Dallas) vs. American Alpha (Chad Gable & Jason Jordan) vs. The Club (Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson) vs. Breezango (Tyler Breeze & Fandango) vs. The Hardyz (Jeff & Matt Hardy) (c)


    The Finish comes at 17:37 when Bo Dallas climbs the ladder to retrieves the tag titles.

    Winners and new RAW Tag Team Champions: The New Wyatt Family!

    Singles match for the RAW Women’s Championship
    Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss (c) (with Nia Jax)


    The Finish comes at 13:12 when after Bayley connected with a Bayley to Belly to Alexa Bliss, Nia Jax came in the ring and attacked Bayley.

    Winner via DQ: Bayley but still Raw Women's Champion: Alexa Bliss!

    Post match, Nia Jax attacked Bayley sending her shoulder first into the steel steps.

    Renee Young is backstage with Baron Corbin, asking him if he still really plans to cash in tonight against three of the biggest men in WWE history. Corbin laughs at her saying that the men in that match are irreverent when it comes to him becoming Universal Champion tonight. All that anyone needs to know is that come the end of the night, there will be a new champion on RAW, and that champion will be The Lone Wolf, Baron Corbin.

    Fatal Four Way match to determine the Number One Contender to the RAW Women’s Championship
    Charlotte Flair vs Ember Moon vs Dana Brooke vs Naomi


    The Finish of the match comes at 10:43 when Charlotte locks the Figure 8 on Ember Moon.

    Winner: Charlotte Flair

    Gauntlet Match For The Cruiserweight Championship
    The Rest of the Cruiserweight Division ([order of gauntlet] 1. Gran Metalik, 2. HoHo Lun, 3. Noam Dar 4. Tony Nese, 5. Rich Swann, 6. TJP, 7. Jack Gallagher, 8. The Brian Kendrick, 9. Ariya Daivari, 10. Drew Gulak, 11. Mustafa Ali, 12. Lince Dorado, 13. Sin Cara, 14. Kalisto, 15. Akira Tozawa, 16. Cedric Alexander) vs. Neville (c)


    The Finish came when Cedric Alexander rolled up Neville at 12:39 immediately following Neville's elimination of Akira Tozawa.

    [b]Winner and New Cruiserweight Champion: Cedric Alexander!

    Charly Caruso is backstage with an ecstatic Cedric Alexander. Alexander goes on to say that tonight is the greatest night of his life and that finally the King of The Cruiserweights has officially been dethroned.

    Handicap Match
    Bray Wyatt vs Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose


    The Finish comes at 15:52 when Bray hits a Sister Abigail on Dean Ambrose. During the fall, Seth Rollins was outside the ring, trying to chase away Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas.

    Winner: Bray Wyatt

    Singles match for Intercontinental Championship Where The Miz And Maryse are Banned from Ringside
    Bobby Roode vs Sami Zayn (c)


    The Finish comes at 11:23 when Bobby Roode hits the Glorious DDT on Sami Zayn after when the ref was knocked out, Tye Dillinger interfered attacking the IC Champion.

    Winner and New Intercontinental Champion: Bobby Roode!

    Triple Threat Match for the Universal Championship
    Brock Lesnar (with Paul Heyman) vs. Braun Strowman vs Roman Reigns (c)


    The Finish comes at 26:23 when Reigns throws Lesnar out of the ring and covers a hurt Braun Strowman who has just been hit with an F5.

    Winner and Still Universal Champion: Roman Reigns!

    Post match, Baron Corbin makes his way out the ring ring to cash in his MITB briefcase on Reigns, but is taken out by a furious Brock Lesnar nailing him with Three F5’s before he had the chance to official cash in.

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    RAW

    Episode #1259
    July 10th, 2017

    Monday Night Raw starts off in a way nobody expected, with the United States Champion John Cena making his way out to the ring. After letting the reactions of the crowd sink in, Cena says that for the first time in over a year on Raw, THE CHAMP IS HERE! After the reaction settles, Cena clarifies his position. Stating that before Daniel Bryan has a heart attack, Cena will be coming to work tomorrow night on Smackdown Live. But you see, everyone probably heard all that chitter chatter about him being a part-timer that everyone's been spewing every-time Cena comes back and proves that he's one of the all-time best. But honestly, Cena admits there's a sad underlining truth which is that the transition from full-time to part-time is just one step away from no-time. Cena doesn't know how many years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, seconds he has left here but whatever time he does have left, he's going to make the most of it because he still loves this business, this company, and this universe (as he circles around, arm pointing to the crowd in attendance). So he might be a Smackdown Live Superstar but he'll be popping on Raw when he needs to, and as the United States Champion, he needs to. You see, it's about time for a good ole fashioned Open Challenge, and unlike the former champion, Kevin Owens, Cena means Open. Cena promises that as long as he holds this Championship, he'll be defending it every Raw and Smackdown, giving everybody on the roster an opportunity to make a name for themselves, and it starts, right now! Jason Jordan of American Alpha accepts Cena's Open Challenge.

    United States Championship: Singles match ~ John Cena (c) defeats Jason Jordan via Attitude Adjustment at 15:03.

    Neville is backstage with Charly Caruso. Charly asks Neville how he feels after losing his Cruiserweight Championship to Cedric Alexander last night. Neville replies by telling her that he's pissed. Neville says that he is pissed about a lot of things. Losing his title to a wanna be like Cedric Alexander. He's pissed that John Cena thinks he can show up on RAW whenever he wants and take time away from people like him who deserve it. And quite frankly, he's pissed that these damn Americans don't respect the King of The Cruiserweights. He says its a joke that people like Cedric Alexander can dance there way into the ring and just take the Cruiserweight Champion from him. Charly reminds Neville that tonight he and The Brian Kendrick have a tag team match tonight against Cedric Alexander and Jack Gallagher. Neville laughs, directing his next comments to Gallagher and Alexander, saying that he took Austin Aries out of WWE permanently last week, and tonight, his plan is to take them out to. By any means necessary.

    Singles match ~ Nia Jax, with Alexa Bliss, defeats Dana Brooke, via Leg Drop at 10:28. Post match, Alexa Bliss grabs a mic and starts talking about how unfortunately, Bayley got a boo boo last night and so she didn't get a chance to become the new RAW Women's Champion, Bliss goes on to say she felt bad for Bayley so she was nice enough to give her the win via disqualification, because that's the only chance at winning a match against Alexa Bliss that Bayley is going to get. Bliss moves on to her next target to, the new number one contender Charlotte saying that it must be nice to have a daddy who can get whatever you want and the backstage politicking to be able to earn title matches whenever she wants. Alexa reminds us that she was the last person to be drafted at the brand extension last year. She mentions that she is the only female to win both the SD and RAW Womens Champion. She starts to make more derogatory comments towards Charlotte when Charlotte makes her way to the ring. Charlotte mentions how nice it must be for Alexa to have her "manbeast" doing all her work for her, saying that last time she checked Rhyno was still contracted to Smackdown Live. She tells Alexa that at Summerslam, Little Miss Bliss, is going to become a Little Miss Joke when she defeats her to win the Women's Championship. She says that next week, she wants Nia Jax in a match one on one, to prove that unfortunately for Alexa, Charlotte Flair isn't scared of anything. Nia accepts.

    Bobby Roode, The Miz, Maryse, and Tye Dillinger are backstage. Roode, Miz, and Maryse clap for Dillinger as he makes his way into the locker room. Roode thanks Dillinger for what he did for him last night and they all mention how grateful they are that their little friendship is now perfect. Dillinger comments saying that he is doing this for the promises of fame, and glory, and title shots he was promised. Miz tells Tye that all of that will come soon enough, that it takes time. But before long all four of them will be a top Monday Night RAW. Roode tells his that to prove his loyalty to this group, and to get what he was promised. He has to take care of Sami Zayn, and that match is next.

    Singles match ~ Tye Dillinger defeats Sami Zayn via Tyebreaker at 8:05. Post match, Miz and Bobby Roode made their way to to the ring and attacked Zayn, leading to a three on one beatdown of the former Intercontinental Champion.

    Bray Wyatt with The New Wyatt Family are in the ring. Wyatt talks about how last night at GBoF, he defeated two members of the "greatest" stable of all time without any hesitation at all. He goes on to mention that now that he's done with the scraps, he wants the real thing. He wants Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship at Summerslam. Reigns makes his way out to the ring to a chorus off boos before telling Wyatt that if he didn't have his little friends help him last night, then there would've been no way that Bray would've won his match last night. Reigns says that if Wyatt wanted a Universal Title match, all he had to do is ask, he didn't have to try to end the careers of two guys that he actually considers friends. RAW GM Kurt Angle makes his way to the ring saying that he has an idea, Wyatt wants a Universal Title shot, and he just got done talking to Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose. He mentions that they want an opportunity to get payback at Dallas and Axel, so at Summerslam he proposes a huge Main Event for RAW, The Wyatt Family vs. Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Seth Rollins in a Winner Takes All Match where the Universal and RAW Tag Team Championships will be on the line, and whatever team gets the pinfall, they will be the champions.

    Tag Team match ~ Cedric Alexander and Jack Gallagher defeat Neville and The Brian Kendrick via countout at 11:35 when Neville and Kendrick decide that the match isn't worth their time.

    Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar make their way out to the ring. Heyman says that Lesnar did what he did to Baron Corbin last night to prove a point. That point being that there is only one dominant athlete here on RAW, and that athletes name is Brock Lesnar. Paul goes on to say that what Corbin doesn't understand is that when he was on SDL, he was a big fish in a tiny little pond. But here on RAW, in Brock Lesnar's world, it doesn't matter how big you are because Brock Lesnar is going to always be bigger and badder. That's why Brock stopped Corbin from cashing in last night. He's protecting him from his own good. Heyman says he saw on twitter that Baron Corbin is upset and that his feelings were hurt last night. He says that if The Lone Wolf is so sad, he can come say it to Lesnar, face to face. Baron Corbin makes his way out to the ring and attacks Lesnar with his MITB briefcase before hitting an End of Days on The Beast Incarnate.

    Singles match ~ Braun Strowman defeats Shinsuke Nakamura via Running Powerslam at 12:02.

    Kurt Angle makes his way to the ring. He calls out Samoa Joe saying that he knows he is in the building and that he has a proposition for him. Samoa Joe, makes his way out to the ring surrounded by Security Guards that Kurt Angle appointed. Angle says that he knows Joe wants nothing more to be back on the RAW roster, and he accepts that. He will let Joe back on the roster and even let him be the number one contender to the Universal Title at No Mercy. But under one condition. If Samoa Joe can defeat Kurt Angle in a Street Fight at Summerslam, then his Suspension will be lifted and he will get the opportunity to face the Universal Champion, whoever that may be at No Mercy. But if Joe loses, then he will be fired from the RAW Brand permanently. Joe gets into the face of Kurt Angle and those two go nose to nose before security tries to break them up. Joe and Angle start to brawl, leading to Kurt Angle hitting an Angle Slam on Samoa Joe how good that felt before RAW fades to black.

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    Smackdown Live
    Episode #934
    July 11th, 2017



    Smackdown Live begins by showing WWE Champion Finn Balor for the first time in months, in the backstage area, going to meet with the doctor on staff. We then cut to the ring with the Phenomenal One AJ Styles holding a mic in hand. He states that while he wasn't featured on Smackdown Live last week, he still watched it, and he, like everyone else, heard Drew McIntyre say that he was going to reveal his motivations for attacking AJ at Money in the Bank tonight. Well, Styles ain't going to wait any longer, he calls Drew McIntyre out here right now. Mr. Money in the Bank Drew McIntyre heeds Styles call, but he stops short at the ramp. McIntyre informs AJ Styles that his reasoning was simple, he was out to make an impact that would send shockwaves through the future. By winning the Money in the Bank Ladder match, Drew McIntyre ensured that he would be the WWE Champion in the future, and by attacking AJ Styles, he began to change the face of Smackdown Live. Because AJ Styles is right when he calls this show the house that he built. And if Drew McIntyre is going to truly become the focal point of Smackdown Live, it starts with decimating AJ Styles. Styles responds with a "Seriously?", being a little annoyed that McIntyre cost him the United States Championship due to "jealousy of AJ's star power". Styles says if all McIntyre wants to do is fight, then he's on. AJ eggs him into the ring right now, warning Mr. Money in the Bank that he's not Heath Slater though. McIntyre accepts Styles challenge, but not for tonight, for Battleground. As Mr. Money in the Bank, Drew McIntyre decides when he fights, not AJ Styles, or anyone else. McIntyre makes his way to the back hoisting the briefcase up high to close the segment.

    John Cena is in the ring with the United States Championship and a microphone, telling everyone that if you seen Raw, then you know what's coming. Last night on Monday Night Raw he defended his United States Championship against a bright up-and-comer Jason Jordan, and tonight he's sending out the challenge to anybody in the Smackdown Live locker-room. The rules are simple, if you want some, come get some! Kevin Owens makes his way to the ring with microphone in hand. He tells John Cena not to worry, because Owens isn't accepting his trivial little challenge. He's already talked to Daniel Bryan and at Battleground, Kevin Owens will be receiving his contractual obligated re-match for the United States Championship. He's just out here right now, because if Cena loses the belt during one of his challenges, than Owens wants to be able to scope out his opponent as well. Owens takes a seat at the commentators booth, as Erick Rowan comes out. However, Rowan is taken out from behind by Lars Sullivan. Sullivan pounds Rowan a ton, finishing him up with a Teardrop Spinebuster. Sullivan then stares down Cena, before making his way to the ring. However Luke Harper once again pops up from behind with a Discus Clothesline. Like two weeks ago, this only drops Sullivan to his knees, so Harper follows up with a Superkick to the side of the head to drop Sullivan again. Harper then picks up Rowan and leaves with him in tow. Sullivan gets up quickly after, seething with anger he storms into the back, screaming "HARPER!". Finally, Sheamus comes out to get some.

    United States Championship: Singles match ~ John Cena (c) defeats Sheamus via Attitude Adjustment at 10:29. During the match, Kevin Owens was on commentary. After the match, Cena proudly raised the Championship in KO's direction.

    Singles match ~ Jey Uso, with Jimmy Uso, defeats Xavier Woods, with Kofi Kingston and Big E, via Samoan Splash at 6:35. After the match, The Usos grab the microphone and brag about their victory, and the added stipulation that they get to pick the two members of The New Day that will compete for their title. Both are excited and Jimmy tells Xavier that after that performance, he'll definitely be in the match. Jey counters that idea though, Uss it might be too easy with Xavier in there. Jimmy admits he's got a point, that's why you don't get a gamer to do a wrestlers job. Kofi tells Jimmy instead of running his mouth, perhaps he should get ready, because The Usos still got one match left tonight.
    Singles match ~ Kofi Kingston, with Xavier Woods and Big E, defeats Jimmy Uso, with Jey Uso via Trouble in Paradise at 0:14.

    The commentators remind everyone that later tonight, we'll see Sasha vs. Mickie James go one on one but more importantly, we will finally learn the fate of the WWE Championship. Will Finn Balor be cleared to compete at Battleground, or will he have to vacate another Championship once more? Before the conversation can get rolling, the trio is interrupted by the power of love, as Mike and Maria Kanellis make their way to the stage. Somehow between all their incessant googly eyes and fawning over each-other, they manage to introduce themselves to the WWE Universe, as The First Lady of the WWE and her husband, continuing in their pursuit to teach everyone about the importance of true love. Tonight their documentary of love continues, and the two throw away to the tron, displaying the title, "Maria & Mike Kanellis: The Power of True Love Story: Part 3: Maria and Mike Meet". This documentary focuses on Maria and Mike individually explaining how they meet in the ring. Maria was scouting for wrestling promotions to join after leaving WWE, whereas Mike was wrestling at said promotion. Interspersed with the clips of Mike and Maria talking to the camera, are a dramatization of the magical event, with Heath Slater portraying Mike Kanellis and Summer Rae portraying Maria Kanellis, red wig and all. Mike tells the story, mid match, while he was on top of his opponent, his eyes drifted towards the crowd, and there she was. The two lock eyes from across the venue, doves flied in the background, a violinist (Shinsuke's in the dramatization) serenaded the moment, Mike got rolled up and lost the match. Despite losing the match, Mike knew he was a winner. Rather than mope, he exited the ring in her direction, she hoped the crowd railing, and the two began walking up to each-other. Maria claims there meeting was a miracle just as the two come face-to-face in the venue, just gazing into the other's eyes with the violin rendition of their theme tune, "True Love" playing, while text blooms up on the screen saying "Part 4: Mike & Maria Wrestling's Greatest Duet will air next week".

    Singles match ~ Becky Lynch defeats Natalya via roll-up at 4:04. The finish of the match came when Natalya was on the winning side, hitting Lynch with a Discus Clothesline. However, when the move connected, Smackdown Live became all red everything with Eva Marie's music playing. Eva Marie's Announcer began to talk, stating that Eva Marie would like to remind everybody that neither of these women are competing for the Women's Championship at Battleground. Instead, that honor goes to the most stylish, elegant, bewitching, eternally beguiling, continuously charismatic, and fantastically fascinating, woman to appear in any arena . . . all Red Everything, Eva Marie! This distraction allowed Becky to get the victory.

    Qualifier for the Smackdown Tag Team Championships #1 Contender's match at Battleground:Triple Threat Tag Team match ~ Enzo & Cass, with Carmella and James Ellsworth, defeats The Hype Bros, with Curt Hawkins, in a match also involving Ziggler & Crews, via Running Big Boot from Big Cass on Mojo Rawley at 8:43. During the match, The Hype Bros and Ziggler & Crews were too focused on each-other, allowing Cass to essentially pick the pieces at the end for the victory.

    Before the next match, the commentators hype up that next week on Smackdown Live, there will be a contract signing between Smackdown Women's Champion Asuka, and her number one contender, Eva Marie. But up next, we got a massive main event, Sasha Bank vs. Mickie James. Ever since Sasha Banks has come to Smackdown Live, she has never beaten Mickie James. But there were extraneous circumstances, whether it be a tag match or outside interference, tonight Mickie James will be on her own. Who will prevail, Ms. Money in the Bank or the six time Women's Champion?

    Singles match ~ Mickie James defeats Sasha Banks via Mick Kick at 13:55. The finish came when Mickie James went for the Mickie-DT, when she jumped up Sasha Banks managed to push her off. However, Mickie James landed on her feet like a cat, and when Sasha went to capitalize on her counter, she got blasted by the winning Mick Kick from James. After the match, Mickie James grabbed Sasha's Money in the Bank, and dropped it by her side, audibly calling it a consolation prize.

    Smackdown General Manager Daniel Bryan is standing in the middle of the ring with Cesaro and the WWE Championship on a podium. Daniel Bryan reminds everyone of the situation they've been faced with, Randy Orton was fired for using the Punt Kick on Finn Balor several weeks ago, a kick that might cause Finn Balor unable to defend his WWE Championship, forcing him to relinquish another World Championship. This hits a little too close to home for Bryan, so he decided to be lenient with Balor however he really can't wait anymore. There's only one more Smackdown Live before Battleground, and if Finn Balor isn't cleared to compete, then Bryan has to use that to determine a new number one contender, as Cesaro will be rewarded the WWE Championship for winning the tournament. Finn Balor was tested at the beginning of the show, it's time to find out the results. Finn Balor makes his way out to the ring for the first time since the dreaded Punt Kick, and Finn first gazes at his Championship belt before saying anything. Balor sounds despondent as he tells everyone that he just got the results back, and Balor Club . . . he is cleared to compete starting next week! The fans erupt at the news, and both Bryan and Cesaro clap in congratulations for Finn Balor. Balor isn't done however, he tells Cesaro that since he can compete next week, there's no reason to wait for Battleground. Finn hasn't really felt like much of a fighting champion these past few weeks, and he's eager to prove that he'll be exactly that, a true fighting champion. If everyone here is fine with it, Balor is willing to put his WWE Championship on the line against Cesaro, next week on Smackdown Live. Bryan questions what about Battleground's main event. Finn tells Bryan if Cesaro wins, Finn will get his rematch. If Finn wins . . . well, Balor needs to have a talk with Shane McMahon. Make sure Shane McMahon is here next week, and there'll be no problems for Battleground regardless of the results. Balor turns to Cesaro and extends his hand, Cesaro accepts, closing the show with the two's handshake.
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    RAW

    Episode #1260
    July 17th, 2017

    RAW starts off with General Manager Kurt Angle in the ring. Kurt is surrounded by security officers. He proceeds to put a contract off the table in front of him before calling out Samoa Joe, announcing that tonight, he and Joe are there to sign the contracts for their match at Summerslam, but not only that, Angle is here to announce that Samoa Joe is in action tonight in the main event. Joe makes his way to the ring. Angle tells him that tonight, he will be in the main event, in a three on one handicap match against the newly reformed Shield. Joe does not seem to pleased with that statement. Angle also announces that this contract that they sign tonight will be a stay away order between both of them, and that he's doing it for Joe's own good. Because if Joe comes near Angle between now and Summerslam, Joe will be fined and suspended indefinitely. Joe laughs, Angle asks Joe what's so funny, before Joe proceeds to knock down Angle's security guards. Joe then takes out Angle with a Belly To Belly Suplex through the table in the ring before signing the contract and saying "I'll see you, at Summerslam."

    Singles match ~ Charlotte Flair defeats Nia Jax via Disqualification at 11:16 when Alexa Bliss, who was on commentary, attacked Charlotte with the RAW Women's Title. Post match, Nia Jax went to hit Flair with the standing leg drop, but Charlotte moved out of the way. Jax landed on her ass on the mat, when she was getting back up, Charlotte proceeded to hit Nia with the Natural Selection before chasing Bliss away.

    Matt and Jeff Hardy make their way out to the ring, and they want competition. Matt says that it is obsolete that they are yet to even featured on the Summerslam card yet. Jeff mentions that obviously everyone is afraid of being deleted by the duo. Matt and Jeff start to talk about all of their accomplishments in WWE as a unit and by themselves before "BRAUN!" echos through the loudspeakers and "The Monster Among Men" Braun Strowman, makes his way out to the ring and goes after both members of Team Extreme leaving them laid out in the middle of the ring.

    United States Champion John Cena makes his way out to the ring for the second consecutive week in a row. Cena alerts everyone on Monday Night Raw that once again, it is time for the United States Open Invitational Challenge, opened to anybody on the Raw roster. Maybe Bobby Roode wants to become the most Glorious Champion of all by adding another Championship around his waist. Maybe Jinder Mahal will rise to the occasion to become a Modern Day Maharaja! Perhaps Mark Henry is going to try to put Cena in the Hall of Pain for good this time. The possibilities are endless! Hell maybe, and Cena says this next part in his best British accent, "The King of the Cruiserweights" will step up to the task instead of complaining behind his back. Cena ain't taking time away from anyone, he's giving a spotlight chance to anybody on the roster that wants to prove themselves as one of the best in the industry! Not somebody who walks away in the middle of a match because they can't be bothered. Last week Jason Jordan stepped up, and Neville, "you stepped aside". But the time for talk is done, Cena is here to put his United States Championship on the line, so Raw locker-room, if you want some, come get some! Chad Gable of American Alpha accepts the challenge.

    United States Championship: Singles match ~ John Cena (c) defeats Chad Gable via STF at 21:58.

    Neville is backstage with Charly Caruso, Charly tells Neville he has a match with Jack Gallagher up next, but he demanded that he get this interview time before he headed out to the ring. Neville tells Charly that he can't focus on Gallagher tonight. He has more important things to worry about. Regaining his Cruiserweight Championship at Summerslam, which should be a walk in the park. It's only Cedric Alexander, but more importantly he wants to talk about Mr United States Champion. He goes on to send a message directly to Cena, saying that if Cena has an issue with The King, then Neville will have no issue making him bow at his feet. Neville says that he has been the most relevant thing on RAW over the last year, and there's no way he's going to let a man who left to have pretend sex with Amy Schumer and make another god awful appearance in a Will Ferrell movie, just for a cameo on Jimmy Fallon, or so he could host some bogus Award Show aimed at 12 year olds, call him out when he's been here since day one busting his ass carrying the whole Cruiserweight Division on his shoulders. Neville says that if Cena has a problem, he knows where to find him. He tells him that he'll be waiting.

    Singles match ~ Neville defeats Jack Gallagher via Rings of Saturn a 12:08. After the bell, Cedric Alexander makes his way out to the ring. Neville takes him down before locking him in Cena's STF. Neville won't let go and has to be forcibly removed from the champion by security.

    Bobby Roode, The Miz, and Maryse are backstage with Tye Dillinger They tell Tye that tonight, he will be taking on a former New Japan Pro Wrestling World Champion in the likes of Shinsuke Nakamura. Dillinger laughs telling Miz that it's a joke thinking that a guy from Japan, where they fight inflatable dinosaurs and have feuds with cats should be an issue. Roode reminds Tye to remember what they talked about and reminds him to remember the goal in this at the very end. Dillinger understands.

    Singles match ~ Tye Dillinger defeats Shinsuke Nakamura via rollup after hitting him with a low blow when Maryse distracted the referee at 11:10. Sami Zayn made his way out to the ring post match and said that he wasn't going to stand for this much longer. He proposes a match for next week. Sami Zayn and Shinsuke Nakamura vs Bobby Roode and Tye Dillinger, The Miz accept on behalf of his team.

    Mr. Money in the Bank Baron Corbin is in the ring. He thinks its hilarious that Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman are trying to best what's best for him but they can't even do what's best for themselves by minding their own damn business. Corbin goes on to mention that coincidentally, Brock Lesnar isn't scheduled to be here tonight, as instead he's at home milking his cows, and he doesn't mean Paul Heyman. Corbin goes on to say that tonight, he is going to take out The World's Largest Athlete, as just a bit of a highlight of what is going to happen to Brock Lesnar at Summerslam. And next week, when he and Brock come face to face, who knows if there will even be any Lesnar left to take out at Summerslam.

    Singles match ~ Baron Corbin defeats Big Show via End of Days at 6:25.

    Three-on-One Handicap match ~ The Shield vs. Samoa Joe ends at a no contest at 19:16 when The New Wyatt Family interrupts the match, taking out everybody in the ring. Bray Wyatt gets on the mic and tells The Shield that at Summerslam, finally the New Wyatt Family will have "The Whole World In Their Hands" Before, he starts singing "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands" once again. Bray ends of giving Reigns the Kiss of Death before hitting him with a Sister Abigail to close out the show.

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    Smackdown Live
    Episode #935
    July 18th, 2017


    Smackdown Live begins with Daniel Bryan in the ring which has already been set-up for a contract signing. Bryan says before he can start this contract signing, he wants to take a second and remind everyone of the main event. Finn Balor, the WWE Champion who hasn't been in action since Money in the Bank, returns to the squared circle to defend his WWE Championship against Cesaro! Now, if Balor loses, at Battleground this Sunday, we'll see Finn enact his re-match clause against Cesaro, however if Cesaro wins, Balor wanted to speak with Shane McMahon. Bryan lets Finn and everyone know, that Shane McMahon is here tonight! Not only for that but because they're going to iron out some details for their huge SummerSlam plans, which they'll announce next week. But for now, at Battleground, Asuka will defend her Smackdown Women's Championship against Eva Marie, and it's time for a good ole contract signing. Asuka makes her way out to the ring to a big applause, and after her entrance she wastes no time, just as Bryan begins to call for Eva Marie to get up, Asuka picked up the contract and signed it. Bryan got distracted by that, but he does call Eva Marie out still but Natalya comes out instead. Natalya complains to Bryan about giving Eva Marie all this exposure when the talented women are losing a Championship match to someone who hasn't wrestled once in over a year. Bryan re-tells her that this match is contractually obligated, to which Natalya then questions the point of a contract signing. Which Daniel Bryan states that it too, was obligated. Natalya uses this as another point against Eva Marie, she just wants the attention. She doesn't even want to show up but she wants the show to be about her and she'll just send that stupid voice instead. Natalya grabs the contract, and says since Eva Marie isn't here, Natayla should just sign then we'll have a real match at Battleground. Asuka laughs off at Natalya, telling her to "Go ahead". Asuka claims that Natalya isn't ready for Asuka either, and then to the undefeated Champion, Natalya is no different from Eva Marie. Natalya drops the contract and attacks Asuka, Bryan backs up as the two continue to brawl. Natalya manages to gain the advantage, hitting Asuka with a Powerslam through an announce table. Natayla doesn't have time to celebrate or sign the contract, as the arena is transformed with Red lighting, "Time to Rise" blasting off the speakers, and Eva Marie's Announcer reminding Natalya that no matter what she does, Eva Marie is facing Asuka at Battleground, not her. Her name is already on the contract so Natalya signing it would do nothing. And at Battleground, both Natalya and Asuka just have to accept the Smackdown Women's Champion will be the most stylish, elegant, bewitching, eternally beguiling, continuously charismatic, and fantastically fascinating, woman to appear in any arena . . . all Red Everything, Eva Marie! During this time, Asuka regained her composure, and locked Natalya in the Asuka Lock from behind, leaving it in until Natalya taps. Asuka closes the segment by raising her Championship high in the sky.

    Backstage, Daniel Bryan is stopped by Dolph Ziggler & Apollo Crews. The two complain about their match at Battleground which they just found out about from Shane, a three-on-two handicap match against Zack Ryder, Mojo Rawley, and Curt Hawkins! Bryan makes it clear that it's only a handicap match because they couldn't find anyone who wanted to tag with the two biggest whiners on the brand. If they can find a partner, then Bryan will change the match.

    John Cena stands in the ring and recaps the events of Monday Night Raw. He once again put his United States Championship on the line against anyone,
    and while at the end of the match Cena was the one who had his hand raise, it was Chad Gable who had everyone talking. Because he brought his A game and gave John Cena his hardest fought match since he and AJ Styles tore it down at the Royal Rumble at the beginning of the year. This is the kind of competition that Cena strives for, which is why of course, it's time for yet another match in the United States Open Challenge. Kevin Owens comes out again, once more clarifying that he's just here to scope out his competition at Battleground but also, because he was about to gag back there hearing Cena's false words of praise. Not that Chad Gable isn't talented but the person Cena was really praising there wasn't Chad Gable, it was John Cena. Because John Cena's Open Challenge is just self-promotion. He doesn't thrive on competition, he thrives off beating people yet being able to claim that he's some kind of saint for giving them a chance. This kind of self-indulgent masquerading as altruism crap is exactly the type of thing KO was trying to get rid of as the Face of America. But it doesn't matter because this Sunday, he will beat Cena to reclaim his United States Championship, and he can start showing all these stupid Americans how to act. Aiden English makes his way out to the ring, accepting Cena's United States Open Challenge.

    United States Championship: Singles match ~ Aiden English defeats John Cena (c) via Director's Cut at 6:54. The finish of the match saw Kevin Owens leave the commentators booth to low-blow John Cena, who was on the outside (after English pulled down the top rope while Cena was charging at him), while Aiden English distracted the referee stating that there was something in his eye. It also took two Director's Cut to put Cena down. After the match, as Kevin Owens was leaving the ring he had a microphone in hand, sarcastically apologizing to John, because like Owens said last week, he has a guaranteed one-on-one re-match at Battleground. Which means, at Battleground, Owens will face English for the US title, and Cena has to wait for his re-match. Owens' smirk fades once Bryan's music hits. Owens immediately starts shouting "No" and once the music is cut, shouts at Daniel Bryan to keep his mouth Shout. Owens already knows he's out there to add Cena to the match and make it a triple threat but Bryan promised him a one-on-one, and Cena was the idiot who kept putting his title on the line. He even risked losing the Championship to Raw, don't reward his behavior. Bryan tells Owens, "You know what, you're right." Bryan goes on to tell Cena that he's added to the match at Battleground before leaving.

    Backstage, Daniel Bryan is interrupted once more, this time by The Celtic Warrior Sheamus. Sheamus tells Bryan that he has a proposition for him,
    why not add Sheamus to the Number One Contender Qualifier match tonight. Bryan questions Sheamus' reasoning, since Cesaro is preoccupied tonight with the WWE Championship, and may have to defend that title at Battleground. Sheamus claims Cesaro could pull double duty at Battleground, besides, you can't go two PPV's without Smackdown's Star Player. He can handle The Ascension by himself no problem. Not like it would be a qualifier without Sheamus, not like there are any other teams on Smackdown. Bryan says that there's actually one more, and when Sheamus asks what team, Bryan just responds with you'll find out tonight when you wrestle them. An answer that satisfies Sheamus. Elsewhere, Dolph Ziggler is seen talking to Erik Rowan, trying to convince him to join them this Sunday. Erick giggles and tells Dolph that he didn't hear him, he was tooo busy thinking of cramming Ziggler in that box over their and shipping him off to somewhere, maybe Ohio. Ziggler immediately backs away and leaves, Rowan cackles as he leaves, when Luke Harper comes up to him, telling Rowan that he doesn't have to face Lars Sullivan. Rowan tells Harper that he severed ties with him at Backlash, and while Luke is trying to find some mystical light, Rowan is forging his own darkness. He doesn't need nor want Harper's help, and he advises Luke to not the follow the buzzards, or the buzzards will find him.

    Singles match ~ Lars Sullivan defeats Erick Rowan via Teardrop Spinebuster at 2:55. Lars Sullivan dominated throughout the match, with Rowan only getting a few moves in, unable to knock the behemoth down. After the match, Sullivan continued assaulting Rowan, leading to Luke Harper running out to his aid. The two come to face-to-face for the first time and start brawling. Sullivan gains the advantage but Harper eventually turns it around with a Superkick, only sending Sullivan down to one knee. Harper goes to lift Rowan up but Rowan instead throws Harper into Sullivan, who nails him with a devastating clothesline. Sullivan then pummels Harper, finishing him with a Teardrop Spinebuster.

    Backstage, Ms. Money in the Bank Sasha Banks confronts Mickie James, asking for another re-match. Sasha can't stand the fact that she hasn't been able to beat Mickie yet, and she's hear demanding one more match against Mickie at Battleground. Mickie James accepts on one condition, that Banks puts her briefcase on the line. Banks takes a few seconds to think about it before agreeing to Mickie's condition. Elsewhere, Apollo Crews is trying to convince Mike Kanellis to join him this Sunday, but Mike doesn't hear anything because he's too entwined with his couple talk with Maria Kanellis. Their awesome power ballad theme song, plays, and the two make their way out to the ring leaving Apollo Crews with his hands in the air. Out on the stage, the two lovebirds remind everyone who they are, the First Lady of the WWE and her husband, and remind everyone of their Love Documentary. In the last part, the two had finally meet, and this next part will show you how that love changed the world. This part begins with a full title sequence, with a credit sequence highlighting Heath Slater and Summer Rae, in a red wig, as the dramatizations of Mike & Maria, ending with the title card, "Maria & Mike Kanellis: The Power of True Love Story: Part 4: Mike & Maria Wrestling's Greatest Duet". The video focuses on how their careers improved once the two meet and started dating. Maria talks about how she finally won a Women's Championship, with visuals of "Maria" in a six-sided ring with a Championship to a half empty show. Mike talks about how he won multiple tag team championships, including those in Japan. Though try as he might, he can't remember who he won those titles with. Because his tag partner, was just some guy who wrestled, he was really a tag champion with Maria Kanellis, the visuals show "Mike", "Maria", and some guy dressed in a full body black suit with a white question mark on it, walking down a ramp with "Mike" & full body question mark holding Tag Championships. The two claim that by themselves they never managed to achieve what they always knew the could've, but love lifted them up where they belong and they took the entire wrestling world by storm. The entire wrestling world except one place, the WWE. But before they could overtake WWE with their power of love, they had to take their love to an even higher mountain high. "True Love" begins playing to signal the end, with the title card reading next week's part "Part 5: Wedding Glory".

    Qualifier for the Smackdown Tag Team Championships #1 Contender's match at Battleground:Triple Threat Tag Team Handicap match ~ The Revival defeats Sheamus, in a match also involving The Ascension, via Shatter Machine with Scott Daswon getting the pin at 3:54. Th

    Backstage, Apollo Crews confronts Sheamus about joining his side at Battleground, since he lost his spot in the match anyway. Sheamus gives a little smirk/chuckle before dropping Apollo with a strong right. Elsewhere, Dolph Ziggler tries to convince Heath Slater to join with him and Crews at Battleground but Slater rejects him on the premise of still getting over his last tag relationship.

    Handicap match ~ Big E (with Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods) defeats The Usos via Big Ending on Jey Uso at 4:30. After the match, The Usos announce who they'll be defending their Championships against the formation of Kofi Kingston, and resident team loser, Xavier Woods.

    Backstage, Mojo Rawley, Zack Ryder, and Curt Hawkins are discussing their tag team names. Hawkins is deadset on the Fact Checkers but neither of them are buying it. Mojo figures something out though, he tells them that he and Zack are called The Hype Bros while Zack & Curt use to go as The Major Bros, Zack corrects him with a Brothers, so Mojo just suggests combining them, The Major Hype Bros! Ryder and Mojo sign off on the name with Hawkins reluctantly agrees after they turn down Fact Checkers again. Dolph Ziggler & Apollo Crews interrupt, and tell them at Battleground, it won't be a handicap match, they found a partner. Ryder questions who would team with them. And out comes Rhyno. Rhyno clarifies he's not fighting for them, he's with them to fight. Looks like after two decades, he still needs to prove his worth. Elsewhere, AJ Styles is getting interviewed about his match against Drew McIntyre when Mr. Money in the Bank Drew McIntyre assaults him from behind. McIntyre ends the sneak attack with a Future Shock, and yells at AJ Styles about how his house is crumbling down.

    WWE Championship: Singles match ~ Finn Balor (c) defeats Cesaro via Coup de Grace at 21:47. After the match, and a post match hand-shake with Cesaro, Balor calls out Shane McMahon, who promptly comes out. Finn tells Shane that there can only be one main main event at Battleground, and that is Finn Balor vs. Randy Orton. Shane tells Finn that he isn't going to re-hire Orton and immediately grant him a Championship shot for insubordination. Balor tells Shane that maybe he forgot, but that's not how things work in WWE, we settle our issues in the ring, not through management. Shane retorts that times change, and he can't be irresponsible and allow liabilities like Randy Orton to stay and attempt to end the careers of wrestlers like he tried to do to Finn. Balor claims that he's been the only one, Orton has Punt Kicked in years. Orton isn't a threat to the whole locker-room, he's just trying to be a threat to Finn. Finn claims that Randy's cowardice during his celebration proved one thing, that The Demon wasn't necessary to beat Orton, that he wasted The Demon on someone like him. And Balor wants to, needs to prove that. He's begging, no, he's demanding Shane give Orton his re-match at Battleground. If he wants to be done with Orton, then put his career on the line in the match, and let's settle this like men! At the close of the show, Shane McMahon caves in, telling Finn he's got his match but he better not lose.
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    # Match Stipulations
    1 Finn Balor (c) vs. Randy Orton Championship vs. Career match for the WWE Championship
    2 Aiden English (c) vs. Kevin Owens vs. John Cena Triple Threat match for the United States Championship
    3 The Usos (c) vs. The New Day (Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods, with Big E) Tag Team match for the Smackdown Tag Team Championships
    4 Asuka (c) vs. Eva Marie Singles match for the Smackdown Women's Championship
    5 Sasha Banks (mitb) vs. Mickie James Singles match for the Women's Money in the Bank contract
    6 The Revival vs. Enzo & Cass (with Carmella & James Ellsworth) Tag Team match to determine the #1 Contenders to the Smackdown Tag Team Championships at SummerSlam
    7 AJ Styles vs. Drew McIntyre Singles match
    8 Luke Harper vs. Lars Sullivan Singles match
    Pre-Show The Major Hype Bros vs. Dolph Ziggler, Apollo Crews, and Rhyno Six-Man Tag Team match

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    July 23rd, 2017
    Pre-Show


    Six-Man Tag Team match ~ The Major Hype Bros defeats Dolph Ziggler, Apollo Crews, and Rhyno via Gore from Rhyno on Apollo Crews with Curt Hawkins scoring the fall at 9:45. The finish of the match, while Hakwins and Apollo were the legal participants, saw Hawkins begin to gain momentum before eventually being halted by a Gore from Rhyno. Mojo and Ryder ran in to help their partner, causing Dolph to run in to. However, Rhyno managed to hit Ryder & Mojo with a Gore each pretty quickly resulting in Dolph not having to do much. Dolph begins cheering on Rhyno including a congratulatory slap on the back. This lead to Rhyno hitting Dolph with a Gore. Apollo got up in time to see that and his confusion is soon met with a Gore from Rhyno. Rhyno storms out of the ring as Hawkins picked up the win for his team.



    Battleground 2017 begins with the United States Champion Aiden English making his way to the ring. Aiden English declares that as the Beethoven as Baritone and the United States Champion, it is his duty to perform the national anthem. He encourages everyone to stand up, as Aiden English is about to serenade them all with the best performance in the national anthem's history. English barely begins when Kevin Owens interrupts by making his entrance. Not too long after John Cena comes out and the opening bout commences.

    United States Championship: Triple Threat Match
    Aiden English (c) vs. Kevin Owens vs. John Cena


    The triple threat mainly comprises of John Cena vs. Kevin Owens, with the United States Championship himself popping up for brief segments every now and then before getting tossed aside or hit with a devastating move quickly that takes him out early, like with a Superkick from Owens or even an AA from Cena. After awhile though, English learns to stay out of the action, only getting involved at opportune moments, allowing him a different times to turn the match into a one-on-one bout between either him and Owens or him and Cena. In these scenarios Aiden does better than one might expect with the damage the two mega-stars have incurred from each-other. Still, a lot of the match is contested between Cena & Owens.

    The Finish came when John Cena finally managed to hit KO with an AA then followed up by immediately rolling KO up and over his shoulders again for a second AA in a row. When it seems like Cena has just regained the championship, Aiden English breaks up the fall, and throws Cena out of the ring. After some posturing, Aiden English returns attention to KO, who is starting to get up again. English nails Owens with a Director's Cut to score an even bigger upset than his victory over Cena last Tuesday.

    Winner
    Spoiler:

    Aiden English (c)


    Time
    15:11

    For the first time since Money in the Bank, "Voices" blasts over the loud speakers, and Randy Orton makes his way to the stage. Orton has a microphone in hand, and states that he should probably thank Finn Balor for giving him this opportunity that Shane so idiotically denied him, but he's feeling a little too insulted by the WWE Champions words. Because on Smackdown Live Balor claimed that the Demon King was wasted on Orton, that Orton wasn't deserving of Finn Balor at his absolute best. Orton reminds everyone that he is a thirteen time World Champion, and he is no one to take lightly. If Finn actually believes his own hype that much, then Randy has a proposition for him. Orton's career is on the line here so if Finn's so confident then how about instead of one fall, Finn needs two falls in order to win the match. Giving the lowly Orton who isn't on Finn's level a slight advantage to combat the Champion advantage. Orton says he awaits Balor's answer, before dropping the mic and returning to the back.

    WWE Tag Team Championships: Tag Team Match
    The New Day (Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods, with Xavier Woods) vs. The Usos (c)


    This match is very competitive from the get-go, with a ton of reversals, false-finishes and tags present throughout the first ten minutes of the match as both teams try their hardest to defeat their opponents, whether it's superkicking Xavier Woods in mid-air to prevent him from connecting his springboard Elbow drop the Limit BreakThe match dynamic changes after about ten minutes, as Kofi while he's the illegal man, goes for the Trust Fall from the top rope to the outside of the ring to both Usos is caught in mid air, and powerbombed through an announce table. From that point on, the match leans heavily in The Usos favor, as it becomes a handicap match for Xavier Woods.

    The Finish came as the Usos attempt the Alley Uce on Xavier Woods, but he lands on his feet behind Jey (the legal man and the one suppose to slam him down). Xavier pushes Jey into Jimmy and rolls up Jey for a two count. After the two get up, Xavier plants Jey with a Hadouken before going to the opposite side of the ring, finishing the match off with the Limit Break, proving The Usos words wrong.

    Winners
    Spoiler:

    The New Day


    Time
    13:50

    WWE Champion Finn Balor is shown backstage, being stopped by Dasha, who needs to know his thoughts on Randy Orton's challenge earlier in the night. Finn Balor states that to be honest, even though Randy Orton did the cowardly thing of attacking him from behind and hitting him with the banned punt kick, Balor didn't think Orton was that much of a chicken, was that scared of Finn Balor, that'd he'd beg for such a big advantage in the match like that. Normally, Finn would turn down that request instantly, if you need a handicap like that to win, you don't belong in the Championship picture. But, this is special. Because Finn remembers relinquishes the Universal Championship after SummerSlam last year. Finn remembers that Orton cost him three weeks of his career after winning the WWE Championship and Finn almost had to relinquish the WWE Championship. Even though last Tuesday Balor had a fantastic Championship defense against Cesaro, he still feels there's this stigma developing about him. That he's frail, that's he not's championship material, and Finn Balor wants to set the record straight. He's not frail, he's a warrior. And not only is he championship material, he is a fighting champion, the likes of which we haven't seen in years. So Randy Orton, "I accept". As Finn Balor turns around he runs into Shane McMahon, who immediately questions Finn's decision, trying to talk him out of it. Finn insists about doing this and Shane reminds him that he better not be taking Orton lightly, he's a thirteen time champion and too much of a trouble maker if he's just going to ignore Shane's rules. Balor tells Shane that he better not be taking him lightly, because Balor is WWE Champion. And this response from Shane, is precisely why he needs to accept Orton's challenge, and beat him anyway. Shane understands, and wishes Balor good luck tonight before the two part ways.

    Women's Money in the Bank Contract: Singles match
    Sasha Banks (MITB) vs. Mickie James


    The match kicks off with Sasha Banks immediately trying to lock James up with the Bank Statement to no avail. She attempts this three times before Mickie James takes advantage and gains control of the bout. Mickie James often controlled the pace of the match with a methodical style interspersed with some of her big moves, whether it be the Mick-a-rana or a big flapjack. Whenever Sasha Banks did gain offense, she made sure it counted, using big moves after big moves. For example, she followed up a suicide dive with a diving meteora from the top rope to the outside on Mickie James.

    The Finish began when Mickie James nailed Sasha Banks with the Mickie-DT, but Sasha surprisingly kicked out at 2. James then patiently waited for Sasha to return to feet to go for the Mick Kick but Sasha dodges the moves and counters with the Bank Statement. After some struggling, Mickie James finally manages to roll Sasha off of her, and as both return to their feet, Mickie James hits Sasha with the Mick Kick! 1... 2... Kick-out! Mickie James is besides herself, she goes to lift Sasha Banks up but Banks catches her in an inside cradle!

    Winner
    Spoiler:

    Sasha Banks


    Time
    10:21

    Singles Match
    Luke Harper vs. Lars Sullivan


    The match begins with the two monsters just slugging each-other. Harper manages to hold his own for awhile but Lars eventually overpowers him, knocking Harper down with a stiff punch. From here on out, Lars Sullivan dominates, with clubbing blows to the side of the head, to using both hands to toss him across the ring, and even a really impressive suplex. Harper managed to get a good few shots in in-between but he was unable to do much, let alone knock Sullivan off his feet.

    The Finish began when Luke Harper got a really good hit on Sullivan in the form of a Superkick. It didn't drop him down but it did make him stumble back a bit. Sullivan tried to retaliate with a clothesline but Harper ducks under and hits the Discus Lariat! However, Sullivan is still left standing, staggering on his feet! Harper knows it's his moment, and with a quick glance to the audience in attendance, Harper rebounds off the ropes, hitting a second running Discus Lariat on The Freak, knocking Sullivan right off his feet and to the mat for the first time in his career! The crowd goes crazy, Harper goes for the cover, 1. . . Kick-out! The crowd deflates and Harper is besides himself. Harper goes to the top rope and flies off to deliver an elbow drop but Sullivan moves out in the nick of time, and capitalizes with a Teardrop Spinebuster.

    Winner
    Spoiler:

    Lars Sullivan


    Time
    6:30

    Singles Match
    AJ Styles vs. Drew McIntyre


    The match begins with AJ Styles firmly in the driver's seat, with Drew McIntyre managing to get a few offensive moves and here and there but never enough to firmly build momentum. This all changes later in the match when Drew McIntyre starts targeting AJ Styles left knee. From here, the match dynamic flips, with Drew McIntyre constantly in control with moves specifically targeting the knees whereas every-time AJ starts to build momentum, McIntyre cuts him off by returning to the knee. McIntyre manages to get some unique offense off on him. Primarily at one point he has AJ Styles in the corner of the ring with both of his legs dangling on the outside. McIntyre is outside himself, and hits the Claymore on Styles left knee, sending it into the turnbuckle post.

    The Finish comes after Styles had managed to knock McIntyre down and get to the Apron to perform a Springboard 450 on McIntyre. However, Styles isn't able to make an immediate cover as right after performing that move he first grasps his left knee in pain, allowing enough time for McIntyre to be able to kick out right before 3. Drew McIntyre and AJ Styles both return to their feet around the same time, and McIntyre quickly attempts a Future Shock but AJ counters with the Calf Crusher! McIntyre manages to get to the ropes, forcing the break. Styles then sets up for the Styles Clash but McIntyre clubs AJ's bad left knee, and then manages to hit the Future Shock DDT! To everyone's surprise, Styles managed to quick out. Drew McIntyre can't believe it, and turns his attention to the referee, complaining about his decision. However, during this time AJ had rolled to the apron, and when McIntyre turned around he got blasted with a Phenomenal Forearm!

    Winner
    Spoiler:

    AJ Styles


    Time
    20:22

    Smackdown Women's Championship: Singles Match
    Asuka (c) vs. Eva Marie


    The Finish came immediately as Asuka locked Eva Marie in the Asuka Lock for the quick victory.

    Winner
    Spoiler:

    Asuka (c)


    Time
    0:05

    Following Asuka's decisive victory over Eva Marie, Natalya makes her way out to the ring giving Asuka a sarcastic congratulatory clap. Once Natalya gets in the ring she grabs a microphone, and tells Asuka now that she finished off the trash, maybe it's time for her to actually defend her Championship against a real wrestler. Natalya says that if Asuka really meant what she really said last Tuesday, that to Asuka there was no difference between her and Eva Marie, then what does Asuka have to lose, another five seconds? Asuka tells Natalya to bring it on, and hands her Championship back to the referee.

    Smackdown Women's Championship: Singles Match
    Asuka (c) vs. Natalya


    The match begins immediately with Asuka attempting to lock Natalya into the Asuka Lock, however Natalya manages to quickly fight out of it. Natalya then retors, immediately trying to lock Asuka in the Sharpshooter only for Asuka to quickly fight out of it. After that there's a brief stare-down of respect before the two begin circling each-other to truly begin. From here the match is mostly equal, with the offense being 60-40 in Asuka's favor.

    The Finish came when Natalya finally managed to lock in the Sharpshooter on Asuka. Asuka struggled in the hold for several seconds, which included Natalya pulling her away from the ropes square back in the middle, before managing to get on her back and kicking Nattie off and into the ropes. When Natalya rebounded Asuka nailed her with a devastating Spin Kick for the much harder fought victory.

    Winner
    Spoiler:

    Asuka (c)


    Time
    15:59

    WWE Tag Team Championships #1 Contender's: Tag Team Match
    Enzo & Cass (with Carmella & James Ellsworth) vs. The Revival


    The match is almost entirely in the favor of the Revival, as the two manage to dominate Enzo Amore without much problem, and with clever, quick tags the duo even manage to dismantle Cass without too much issue. However, eventually the equalizers of Carmella and James Ellsworth managed to turn the tides for Enzo & Cass, allowing Cass to plant Dawson with a devastating Running Big Boot. Though they weren't enough to prevent Wilder from breaking up the fall. From here on out the match began being more even, with Enzo & Cass slowly gaining momentum.

    The Finish came not long after Enzo & Cass were on a roll, as The Usos charge the ring and hit both legal competitors with simultaneous superkicks, causing a no contest.

    Winners
    Spoiler:

    No Contest


    Time
    8:26

    After the match, a three way brawl between the the three teams ensues as Ellsworth and Carmella sneak their way to the back. The chaos only grows however, as Sheamus & Cesaro make their way to the ring eventually, followed by The Ascension. At the end of the massive brawl, only Sheamus and Big Cass remain standing, the two charge at each-other, Cass hitting Sheamus with a Running Big Boot and Sheamus hitting Cass with a Brogue Kick. Leaving the ring with nothing but fallen wrestlers.

    WWE Championship: Title Vs. Career Match Where The Champion Needs Two Falls To Win
    Randy Orton vs. Finn Balor (c)


    The match begin with a bang as Randy Orton instantly attempted an RKO, which backfired as Finn countered with a school-boy that almost gave him his first fall in what was almost a replay of their Fifteen Minutes of Fame encounter over a month ago. As the match continued on we see Randy Orton constantly attempt to land an RKO on Finn Balor but he always has a counter. These include simply pushing him off, an uppercut, and even a Reverse 1916. As per their last bout, Orton finds himself constantly on the defensive, has Finn Balor holds the upper-hand for long stretches of the match. Orton does occasionally get in a good dropkick or Louz Thes Press that allows him to gain control of the match. When this happens the pace is slowed down with some rest holds interspersed with Orton's bigger spots, like his gutwrench elevated neckbreaker or his inverted headlock backbreaker getting a near fall each.

    The Finish begins as Randy Orton retreats to the outside after Finn Balor was gaining momentum again. Orton's day goes from bad to worse as Finn dives outside with a beautiful suicide somersault senton. Finn Balor goes on the apron, preparing for his brutal football kick but instead Orton Charlie Browns him, then swipes at his feet causing Balor to tumble back outside. Orton continues the attack on the outside, nailing Balor with a sickening backdrop on to the remaining announcing table. Orton then continues the assault by dragging Balor mostly off the announce table, just leaving his feet on there, before planting him with his vintage elevated DDT. However, it was at this point that Orton realized his mistake, as the referee's count hits nine. Orton quickly throws Balor in the ring but is unable himself to return before ten. Orton had to sacrifice his advantage in order to still have a chance of winning the Championship. With both the WWE Championship and his career on the line, Orton uncharacteristically advances to the top rope. And once Balor gets up, Orton hits him with his beautiful diving cross body but Balor rolls it through 1 . . . 2 . . . Kick-Out! Both return to their feet quickly and RKO OUTTA NOWHERE!

    Winner
    Spoiler:

    KICKOUT!

    Orton can't believe it, and he immediately begins pounding on the floor, eventually the angry blows turn into his usual signal for an incoming RKO. Orton is poised to strike as Finn Balor gets up and goes for a second RKO. However, Balor pushes Randy off into the corner while simultaneous rolling back himself, creating a lot of distance between the two. Enough so that when Orton turns around he is blasted with a Running Front Dropkick, sending him into the turnbuckle and placing him in the worst position imaginable. Finn Balor ascends to the top rope, and COUP DE GRACE!

    Winner
    Spoiler:

    Finn Balor (c)


    Time
    20:26

    After the devastating loss, Shane McMahon and an army of security guards storm the ring to escort Orton out of the ring. Orton puts up a fight, but eventually with the aid of sneak punch from Shane McMahon, they are able to take him out of the arena, as Finn Balor celebrates with his WWE Championship and waves Randy Orton goodbye to close the show.

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    Re: WWE: Another Passage [by Evangelestial & Tigerblood]

    RAW

    Episode #1260
    July 17th, 2017

    RAW kicks off with Neville in the ring. Neville announces that tonight, because he wants to prove just how good he is compared to the guy who lost to the biggest joke on Smackdown Live, John Cena. Neville is hosting his own Open Challenge tonight that is eligible to anyone in the locker room today. "Break The Walls Down" blares over the loud speaker for the first time since May as Chris Jericho makes his way to the ring, microphone in hand. Jericho starts telling Neville that it's fitting that he should be the one to answer his "open challenge" tonight, as he was the one that costs Neville months of his career, when Neville's leg broke in a match against him. He mentions that if he knew what'd be like then, he would've instead of breaking his leg, just gone ahead and break his neck. Y2J goes on to say that he's been sitting at home for the last two weeks listening to "The King of the Cruiserweights" run his mouth about how much better he is than John Cena. Y2J goes on to say that he has the utmost respect for Cena, whereas he thinks of Neville as nothing more than a stupid son of a bitch. With those words, Neville starts attacking Jericho and the referee calls for the bell to start the match.

    Singles match ~ Neville defeats Chris Jericho via Red Arrow followed by an STF at 20:18. Post match, Cedric Alexander makes his way to ringside to come to the aide Jericho, but is taken out with a Rounhouse kick for his efforts. Neville then proceeds to grab a microphone and guarantee that at Summerslam, he will be invoking his rematch clause to earn back his WWE Cruiserweight Championship.

    Charly Caruso is backstage with Samoa Joe. She tells Joe, that tonight he has to team with the RAW Tag Team Champions, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel to take on The Shield in the main event. She asks him his thoughts. Joe says that taking out Reigns and company tonight should be no issue. He's done it before. But Joe doesn't have his mind on that. He says his mind is on the esteemed General Manager, Kurt Angle. He says that if he knew if was gonna be such an issue, he would've ended Angle ten years ago when he had the chance. The New Wyatt Family enter the mix. Bray Wyatt tells Joe that tonight, he is doing him a huge favor by agreeing to take out Reigns just weeks before Summerslam. Joe gets in Wyatt' face and reminds him that when they both win at Summerslam, they'll be seeing a lot of each other at No Mercy, so Joe tells him he wouldn't get too friendly.

    Singles match ~ Baron Corbin defeats Jinder Mahal via End of Days at 6:14. Post match, Corbin grabs a mic and starts talking about how funny it is to him that another week has past and "Big Boy Brock" hasn't showed up for work again this week. Corbin starts running down Lesnar again before getting the idea that Brock can't actually understand him and starts talking in a neanderthal like dialect saying "Brock. You come to work now. You stop hiding at home behind wife and cows." Corbin then challenges Lesnar to meet him face to face on RAW next week before telling him not to make him come and find "The Beast" himself.

    Singles match ~ Alexa Bliss, with Nia Jax, defeats Naomi via Insault to Injury at 12:46. Post match, Charlotte Flair, who was on commentary rushes to the ring only to get met by a huge clothesline from Nia Jax. Bliss and Jax take turns attacking Flair before Alexa ends up taking her out with Twisted Bliss.

    Braun Strowman calls out The Hardyz, saying how he wasn't finished with them last week. Matt and Jeff make their way out to the ring to challenge Strowman to a one on one match, Braun Strowman vs Matt Hardy in a No Disqualification Match right now. Braun accepts.

    Singles match ~ Braun Strowman defeats Matt Hardy, with Jeff Hardy, in a No DQ match via Running Powerslam through a table at 10:19.

    Tag Team match ~ Bobby Roode and Tye Dillinger defeat Sami Zayn and Shinsuke Nakamura via Glorious DDT on Nakamura at 12:35.

    Kurt Angle makes his way out to the ring and announces that next week, he has a huge announcement to make regarding the future of RAW going into Summmerslam and beyond.

    Six Man Tag Team match ~ The Shield vs. Samoa Joe, Bo Dallas, and Curtis Axel, with Bray Wyatt, goes to a no contest at 18:06 when all 7 men start brawling.

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    Re: WWE: Another Passage [by Evangelestial & Tigerblood]

    Smackdown Live
    Episode #936
    July 25th, 2017


    Smackdown Live opens up with Smackdown General Manager and Commissioner, Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon respectively. Both are out there to announce some plans for SummerSlam, specifically the WWE Championship. At SummerSlam, WWE Champion Finn Balor will defend the Championship against the winner of a five-man Elimination Chase. Meaning we will determine the winner during the grueling four weeks before the biggest party of the summer. Those five men are announced as John Cena, Kevin Owens, Erick Rowan, Luke Harper, and AJ Styles! After that stellar announcement and before they can get to their next, Enzo & Cass come out. Despite their How Ya Doin', neither of them are very happy, citing that once again for the second PPV in a row, The Usos cost them the Smackdown Tag Team Championships. They want The Usos, and they want them, tonight! The Usos come out, and criticize the duo. First of all, they claim that the only reason they interrupted that match is because they weren't going to wait-in-line to get their rematch, they are the longest reigning Smackdown Tag Team Champions in the title's history, they aren't losing a money match at SummerSlam because they weren't invited to the number one contender match. But most importantly, Enzo & Cass, they out here right now. The two state that whenever dumb and dumber have an issue, they take it up to management. Y'all beg D-Bry to make that Battleground Number One Contender's match, and when we stopped that match, you don't call us out, you call them to call us out. Uce, it ain't that tough to get a hold of us, when it comes to kickin' wannabe white ghetto trash, they got all the time in the world for that. Sheamus & Cesaro come out next, stating that they aren't here to interfere in the beef but throwing there name in the contender's list. Because The Usos cleaned the slate, and when it comes to Championships, no team has held as many different championship on Smackdown Live as they have. The Revival are next out, reminding Sheamus that they beat him last week and telling both of them that tag team wrestling should be left to the tag teams, not two washed out singles competitors who can't make it on there own anymore. Cause we all saw Cesaro's attempts to win the WWE Championship, and Sheamus has been an after thought ever since he got here. The Ascension then make their way out, and agree with Revival's point before stating that The Revival shouldn't be in title contention either. Thanks to injury, the two have barely been on Smackdown Live, if any team deserves a title match, it's one that's been active like they have. The Revival counter by saying the difference is, when they show up, they actually win. Before The Ascension can retort, The Major Hype Bros make their way out, with Mojo leading the front. Mojo says that The Revival is right, winning is what matters here and when you look at all the teams on Smackdown Live, outside of The New Day becoming Champions, the only team that won on Sunday were the Major Hype Bros. So if anyone deserves a match, it's the three of them. Dolph Ziggler & Apollo Crews come out next, with Dolph Ziggler stating that the only reason they beat Apollo, who doesn't look thrilled to be singled out, is because their third man, Rhyno, snapped and attacked us. Nobody is as talented as Ziggler is, and if anyone deserves Championship gold it's him. Apollo corrects him with a "it's us." which Ziggler goes along with. Finally, The New Day come out, doing their shtick, citing the rest of the division as booty, and moving their hips to Xavier's proud declaration that they are the Smackdown Live Tag Team Champions! With the whole division out here, Shane McMahon says that this is perfect because they had already talked about this and came up with a unique, exciting solution to the tag team scene on Smackdown Live. Daniel Bryan picks up where Shane leaves off, announcing at SummerSlam, all the teams will compete for the Championships in a Tag Team Turmoil match. However, what order they compete in that match will be decided in the coming weeks, as all these teams will be competing for points. The team with the most points will enter the match last, and the two teams with the lowest points will start the match off. And that they're going to start fighting for points right now in a battle royal! Shane McMahon continues, telling them the point breakdown. Every elimination is worth one point. Except for The New Day, since they're the champions, anyone who eliminates them will be rewarded with 2 points. Finally, the last team standing in the battle royal, will receive an additional 3 points for winning the match.

    Tag Team Turmoil Points: Elimination Tag Team Over-the-Top-Rope Battle Royal ~ The match begins with The New Day (Big E, Kofi Kingston, & Xavier Woods), The Usos (Jey & Jimmy Uso), Enzo & Cass, The Revival (Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson), Sheamus & Cesaro, The Ascension (Konnor & Viktor), The Major Hype Bros (Curt Hakwins, Mojo Rawley, & Zack Ryder), and Dolph Ziggler & Apollo Crews. Enzo & Cass eliminates Mojo Rawley at 0:45. Sheamus & Cesaro eliminates Scott Dawson at 1:50. Curt Hawkins eliminates Cesaro at 1:54. Zack Ryder eliminates Xavier Woods at 2:38. Jimmy Uso eliminates Kofi Kingston at 3:50. Big E eliminates Dolph Zigler at 5:03. Apollo Crews eliminates Big Cass at 6:52. Dash Wilder eliminates Apollo Crews at 6:57. Sheamus eliminates The Major Hype Bros (Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder) via double clothesline at 8:49. Enzo Amore eliminates Sheamus at 8:53. Dash Wilder eliminates Jey Uso at 9:34. Big E eliminates Viktor at 11:17. Jimmy Uso eliminates Big E via Superkick at 12:10. The final four are Jimmy Uso representing The Usos, Enzo Amore representing him and Cass, Dash Wilder representing The Revival, and Konnor representing the Ascension. Jimmy Uso eliminates Dash Wilder at 13:15. Konnor eliminates Enzo Amore at 14:48. Jimmy Uso last eliminates Konnor via Superkick at 15:25 to win the Battle Royal for The Usos. Following the match, the titantron displayed the points for each team, the scores look like this.

    Rank Team Points
    1 The Usos 9
    2 Sheamus & Cesaro 3
    2 The Major Hype Bros 3
    4 Enzo & Cass 2
    4 The New Day 2
    4 The Revival 2
    7 Dolph Ziggler & Apollo Crews 1
    7 The Ascension 1

    United States Champion Aiden English is in the ring, stating that since those in charge neglected to give him a Championship match to SummerSlam,
    or a journey there, then it's up to him to provide one for himself. He's going to take a page out of the previous champions playbook, and hold an open challenge but unlike Cena's open challenge, his isn't for the United States Championship. It's for a match at SummerSlam. For the next four weeks, English will accept four different opponents, and for everyone that beats him, they'll be added to the match at SummerSlam. So he could theoretically defend his Championship in a five-way, or not at all. He warns everybody before issuing the challenge though, that this is a man that has pinned John Cena and Kevin Owens within a week of each-other. So your chances of victory are slim, without further ado, Aiden English sings that "It's time for the Aiden English SummerSlam Open Challenge!" To his surprise, the challenge is answered by Mr. Money in the Bank Drew McIntyre.

    Aiden English SummerSlam Open Challenge: Singles match ~ Drew McIntyre defeats Aiden English via Future Shock at 7:51.

    John Cena is seen backstage being interviewed by Dasha, she knows Cena's attention is on the massive main event tonight but she needs to know, what are his thoughts about Neville's actions yesterday night on Monday Night Raw. Cena displays that typical smile before saying that Neville just ain't on his radar anymore. It's weird though, Cena thought Neville would be ecstatic that Cena lost the United States Championship, but it seems like he's still holding a grudge. He's going to mock the open challenge, he's gonna win matches using my move? Look, Neville is one of the most athletically gifted competitors in the entire company, Cena learned that first hand during his original Open Challenge but thing is, that was back when Neville had a backbone. Neville might have this big vendetta against John Cena because I took his spotlight when I showed up to Raw to defend the United States Championship. He had two weeks, two shots, two chances to man up and face Cena out in the middle of the ring like he did a long time ago but Neville must've remembered the result because for three weeks now, he's been hearing Neville bad-mouth and not much else. Cena says that instead of Neville jacking his moves or his open challenge, he should jack Cena's taunt, because when I was on Raw I never saw him. But it's fine because Neville's going back to the Cruiserweight division where he can win matches without having to cheap shot his opponent before the bell rings, and Cena's going on to win his seventeenth World Championship, just has to get through four of the best that Smackdown Live has to offer.

    Smackdown Live continues on, but instead of a wrestling match the best theme song in the WWE blasts, with Mike & Maria Kanellis making their entrance. They reintroduce themselves in case anyone forgot them when they didn't show up at Battleground, Maria Kanellis is the First Lady of the WWE and Mike Kanellis is the love of her life. The two hype up that this part of the Love Documentary is their favorite, because it's the part that documents perhaps the biggest night of their life, their wedding. The two point to the titantron, which is now playing the full title sequence that debuted last week, crediting both Heath Slater and Summer Rae, in a red wig, playing the dramatizations of Mike & Maria respectively, ending with the title being proudly displayed "Maria & Mike Kanellis: The Power of True Love Story: Part 5: Wedding Glory". This part of the documentary focuses on the two, Mike and Maria describing their how perfect their wedding is, and how much the date October 10th, 2014 means to them. We also see everything the two describe play out in the dramatizations, this includes thousands of doves flying everywhere, a ridiculous amount of flower petals as "Maria" makes her way down the aisle, a gigantic wedding cake that could fit a person, their first dance being watched by everyone, and a constant spotlight over just the two love-birds the entire time with everyone else being covered in the darkness. All the while this part of the documentary is set to "Together" from the WWE Anthology. The part concludes with the lovers entering a limo driving off with the sign on it reading that next week, "Part 6: Mike & Maria's Honeymoon" before that sign falls off, revealing another sign stating "We Can't Show You That on Cable TV, so in Two Weeks Part 7: WWE".

    Singles match ~ Asuka defeats Mickie James via Asuka Lock at 7:21. After the match, Ms. Money in the Bank Sasha Banks makes her way down the ramp. She tells Asuka that she needn't worry because she's not out here to take her Women's Championship. Because Sasha Banks just realized something, she isn't restricted like Baron Corbin or Drew McIntyre are. She won the briefcase in a match featuring both Raw and Smackdown Live competitors, she has never been referred to as Ms. Smackdown Money in the Bank, which means this contract here could be for Asuka's Women's Championship or Alexa Bliss' Raw Women's Championship. And personally, it makes Sasha sick that someone like Alexa Bliss holds the distinction of being the first women to hold both Championships. But Sasha can do one better, she can be the first women to hold both Championships. She's not out here to cash-in, she'll cash-in on Alexa Bliss. But in exchange for that, she's out here to challenge Asuka to a match for her Women's Championship at SummerSlam, what do you say? Asuka says no, before bumping shoulders with Sasha on her way out. Sasha grabs Asuka and turns her around, though unfortunately for Sasha, Asuka turns around with a devastating Spin Kick, knocking Sasha Banks to the floor.

    Backstage, we see Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon in the parking lot. Daniel Bryan is asking if Shane is sure that he really has to go, the main event is about to start. But Shane insists, stating that he's got a family issue he has to attend to. Bryan asks if everything's alright and Shane responds that he doesn't know, that's why he has to go. Bryan understands and Shane gets in his car and drives off. As Bryan is walking back to the arena, a loud crash is here. Much like Bryan, the camera quickly swerves around to see another car backing away from Shane's, which has been totaled from the passenger side. The car that clearly rammed Shane's speeds off as Bryan checks on Shane while calling for an ambulance.

    Back to the commentators they are all left pretty speechless and full of concern for Shane McMahon's well being. However, Erick Rowan's music reminds them that the show must go on, and go on it does as everyone in the Elimination Chase enters the ring. Before the bell rings however, WWE Champion Finn Balor makes his way down the ramp. Finn says he loves the idea behind the Elimination Chase because it means the person he'll face at SummerSlam is undisputedly worthy of a Championship match. But he hates the idea because it means that for four weeks, Balor is on the bench without much to do. He doesn't have anyone to talk to about this at the moment due to unfortunate circumstances so he's just going to throw out a challenge to rectify the problem himself. He knows none of these five men will throw the match, there's too much pride here, so he challenges the loser of the chase every week to a WWE Championship match! That way, the two that meet up at SummerSlam will without a doubt, be the best on the roster.

    WWE Championship #1 Contender's: Furious Five Way match ~ John Cena and Kevin Owens, in a match also involving AJ Styles, Luke Harper, and Erick Rowan, defeat each-other via top rope bridging German Suplex from Cena on Owens with both of their shoulders on the mat resulting in a double pin at 14:23. After the match the commentators question Finn Balor, who joined the booth for the five-way, about what this means for his challenge. Balor responds with simply with, "It means triple threat".

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