Online World of Wrestling Professional Wrestling News, Profiles, Results, Pictures and more 2019-07-18T19:32:13Z http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/feed/atom/ WordPress M.A LeBlanc <![CDATA[WWE NXT 07 17 2019]]> http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=180183 2019-07-18T19:32:13Z 2019-07-18T19:32:13Z WWE NXT Results courtesy of WWE.com. WWE NXT results, July 17, 2019: Gargano foils Cole’s NXT Title defense ploy NXT Champion Adam Cole thought he was being clever when he offered an NXT Title opportunity to Johnny Gargano’s former trainee, Twan Tucker. Much to The Undisputed ERA leader’s shock and dismay, however, Gargano & Tucker were […]]]>

WWE NXT Results courtesy of WWE.com.

WWE NXT results, July 17, 2019: Gargano foils Cole’s NXT Title defense ploy

NXT Champion Adam Cole thought he was being clever when he offered an NXT Title opportunity to Johnny Gargano’s former trainee, Twan Tucker. Much to The Undisputed ERA leader’s shock and dismay, however, Gargano & Tucker were ready for Cole’s scheme, and Johnny Wrestling wasn’t far behind.

Matt Riddle def. Arturo Ruas via ref stoppage; afterward, Killian Dain ambushed Riddle and smashed him through the stage

Killian Dain has returned to NXT with a vengeance, and he’s intent on cracking the code — if not breaking the bones — of Matt Riddle.

The Beast of Belfast made his brutal presence felt at the conclusion of Riddle’s duel with Arturo Ruas. Although Ruas proved to be a worthy opponent of Riddle on the mat, going hold-for-hold with the former UFC fighter in brilliant technical exchanges, Riddle closed the door on the Brazilian Superstar after lighting him up with a Final Flash knee strike and pummeling him with a ground-and-pound attack to earn a TKO decision.

Riddle’s celebration was cut short, however, when a masked man eventually revealed as Dain stormed the ring and attacked from behind. Dain ripped off the hood after his first salvo and continued flattening Riddle with one Spruce Goose-sized senton after another, before taking Riddle up the ramp. That’s where Dain unleashed the most devastating blow of all, bringing the entirety of his 320-pound frame down upon Riddle with yet another senton, this one sending both Superstars crashing through the stage floor.

Street Profits are ready for The Undisputed ERA’s smoke

On a special edition of “Street Talk,” NXT Tag Team Champions The Street Profits had one overarching message for Undisputed ERA’s Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly: Bring it on.

One week after Fish & O’Reilly gestured that they want a crack at the Profits’ hardware, Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford made clear that while Undisputed ERA can talk all they want about running the black-and-gold brand, it doesn’t change the fact that the NXT Tag Team Titles are around the Profits’ waists. According to The Curse of Greatness, if a showdown between the two teams happens, The Sultans of Swag will still be left with the titles when the dust settles, “and that is undisputed.”

Fan footage was shown of Mia Yim demolishing Marina Shafir outside of a Live Event

If NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler didn’t take Mia Yim’s challenge for a title match seriously before, she might now.

A fan’s cell-phone video from last Saturday revealed that Yim attacked Baszler’s Four Horsewomen cohort Marina Shafir in a parking lot outside an NXT Live Event. The Head Baddie in Charge viciously slammed a car door on Shafir’s upper body, leaving her in a heap, before walking away coolly.

Does The HBIC have Baszler’s attention now?

Bronson Reed def. Dexter Lumis in the first round of the NXT Breakout Tournament

Bronson Reed and Dexter Lumis, the final competitors to debut in the NXT Breakout Tournament, gave the NXT Universe its first look at one seriously hard-hitting mastodon (Reed) and one utterly unnerving purveyor of mind games (Lumis).

The enigmatic Lumis appeared entranced as he jammed his gloved hands into Reed’s eyes and nose, threatening to rearrange Reed’s facial features like Mr. Potato Head. The mysterious powerhouse (who hails from an undisclosed location) exhibited agility and balance in addition to cruelty, even making a midair adjustment and landing on his feet when Reed moved out of the way of a dive to the floor.

It was just that sort of high-risk maneuver, however, that was Lumis’ undoing. After enduring painful bursts of offense from the 330-pound Reed — including a Vader-like Thesz press that almost turned Lumis into a Jackson Pollock painting on the ring mat — Lumis found an opening for a top-rope senton bomb. However, Reed rolled out of the drop zone, causing the twisted Lumis to crash and burn. With the NXT Universe watching in awe, Reed rallied back and launched himself off the top rope with a canvas-cratering splash to pick up the win and advance to the next round, where “The Aus-zilla” will face Cameron Grimes.

Forgotten Sons welcomed Tyler Breeze to the “new NXT”

The Forgotten Sons crashed Cathy Kelley’s backstage interview with Tyler Breeze just as Prince Pretty was commenting that he might have to adapt to the new NXT, where everyone seems to have “someone watching their back.”

The Savages of NXT denounced Breeze as a blast from the past who doesn’t fit into the current landscape of the black-and-gold brand, “where actual men are.” The irreverent Breeze pointed to his beard as evidence of his manliness and jokingly asked if Jaxson Ryker once went by the name Buddy Murphy, infuriating The Forgotten Sons’ heavy hitter and prompting Wesley Blake to warn Breeze that Ryker is a savage the likes of which Prince Pretty has never seen. Unimpressed, Breeze took his leave, but not before correcting the Forgotten Sons: “Guess what, boys. I’ve seen everything.”

Kushida def. Apollo Crews

Kushida once again leveled-up his world-beater status, this time by besting SmackDown LIVE’s Apollo Crews in a riveting dream match that had the NXT Universe on the edge of their seats

Crews, who was making his return to NXT TV for the first time in more than three years, appeared galvanized by the hero’s welcome he received inside Full Sail Live, and that only added to Kushida’s troubles trying to put away the boulder-shouldered Superstar from Stone Mountain, Ga.

With his unique combination of herculean strength and gymnastic elasticity, Crews thrashed Kushida with power moves and aerial feats. Unable to match his opponent’s incredible physical attributes, Kushida relied on a strategic counterattack, laying the groundwork for his signature Sakuraba Lock by targeting Crews’ left arm anytime the opportunity presented itself.

As the bout reached its final stretch, both Superstars found themselves locked in battle on the top turnbuckle. Then, in a moment that made the entire NXT Universe hold their breath, Kushida pulled Crews off the top rope with a rolling armbar. Crews desperately scrambled to break the hold, but the ring-wise Kushida stayed one step ahead and deftly maneuvered into the Sakuraba Lock for the tapout. Although he lost, Crews held his head high after the match as Kushida raised his arm in a clear show of respect for the SmackDown LIVE fan favorite.

Keith Lee pledged to “change the narrative” in NXT

Keith Lee is a frustrated man. While speaking to Cathy Kelley earlier in the day, The Limitless Superstar — nay, “Infinite” Superstar — vented about being overlooked for opportunities while having to watch as newcomers such as the Breakout Tournament competitors vie for a chance at an NXT championship of their choosing.

Lee then turned his attention to another NXT freshman, Damian Priest. Noting that “everyone seems to be talking about” The Archer of Infamy, Lee concluded that he needs to show the world why it’s him, and not Priest, that the world should be buzzing over.

Lee’s bold words set the stage for a truly monstrous matchup next Wednesday, when Lee will battle Priest one-on-one on WWE Network.

Johnny Gargano made NXT Champion Adam Cole tap out during wild brawl

As Adam Cole found out, the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.

The NXT Champion’s planned title defense was exposed as just another attempt by The Panama City Playboy to needle Johnny Gargano, after Cole revealed that his hand-chosen challenger would be Twan Tucker, the Cleveland-area wrestler-in-training whom Gargano encouraged to follow his dreams on Target: TakeOver XXV (and whom Cole mocked on his Bay Bay Championship Tour). Cole promised the WWE hopeful a fair fight and explained that he had come alone, sans any other Undisputed ERA members.

The same could not be said for Tucker. Rather than take Cole up on his offer, Tucker revealed that he brought backup in the form of Johnny Wrestling!

A look of deep concern overtook Cole’s face as Gargano made a beeline to the ring, sparking a wild fistfight that sprawled throughout Full Sail Live. Despite Cole’s desperate attempts to get out of Dodge, Gargano stayed on the attack, rapping Cole with cathartic lefthanded haymakers as they filed up and down the bleachers and eventually onto the entrance stage, where NXT referees managed to temporarily halt the melee. The reprieve was brief, however, ending when Gargano dove off the stage and onto Cole.

The fight then carried into the ring, where Gargano blasted The Undisputed ERA leader with superkicks and cinched on the Gargano Escape. The NXT Champion frantically tapped out while NXT officials struggled to pry the irate Gargano off Cole. Gargano eventually relented, but as he left up the ramp, he held up three fingers, making it abundantly clear that he’s searching for a rubber match against his bitter rival.

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M.A LeBlanc <![CDATA[Breaking: Is CM Punk Back? To Appear At Starrcast III]]> http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?p=180181 2019-07-18T19:30:01Z 2019-07-18T19:27:27Z Former WWE Champion CM Punk will be appearing at the big Starrcast III convention in Chicago during Labor Day weekend. Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated noted on Twitter today that Punk will be the new headliner for the convention. Punk will reportedly participate in a one-on-one interview. Punk has stayed away from wrestling fan conventions, for the most part, […]]]>

Former WWE Champion CM Punk will be appearing at the big Starrcast III convention in Chicago during Labor Day weekend.

Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated noted on Twitter today that Punk will be the new headliner for the convention. Punk will reportedly participate in a one-on-one interview.

Punk has stayed away from wrestling fan conventions, for the most part, since leaving WWE in 2014.

The appearance at Starrcast will lead to more speculation on Punk debuting for AEW at their All Out pay-per-view, which takes place near Chicago during Starrcast III weekend.

Stay tuned for updates on Punk’s appearance at Starrcast.

credit Justin Barrasso & Wrestlinginc.com

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M.A LeBlanc <![CDATA[WWE NXT UK 07 17 2019]]> http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=180151 2019-07-18T14:47:55Z 2019-07-18T14:47:55Z NXT UK results courtesy of WWE.com. NXT UK results, July 17, 2019: Andrews outlasts Ohno in explosive main event showdown In a turbulent episode of NXT UK, Mark Andrews overcame Kassius Ohno, Marcel Barthel & Fabian Aichner of Imperium took down Saxon Huxley & Tyson T-Bone, Jinny stole a victory from Xia Brookside, and an […]]]>

NXT UK results courtesy of WWE.com.

NXT UK results, July 17, 2019: Andrews outlasts Ohno in explosive main event showdown

In a turbulent episode of NXT UK, Mark Andrews overcame Kassius Ohno, Marcel Barthel & Fabian Aichner of Imperium took down Saxon Huxley & Tyson T-Bone, Jinny stole a victory from Xia Brookside, and an NXT UK Women’s Title Match between Toni Storm and Kay Lee Ray was set for NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff.

Marcel Barthel & Fabian Aichner of Imperium def. Saxon Huxley & Tyson T-Bone

In the opening match of this week’s NXT UK, Imperium’s Marcel Barthel & Fabian Aichner honored their “sacred” mat in a contest against Saxon Huxley & Tyson T-Bone.

Huxley made the critical mistake of failing to see Barthel tag Aichner into the match and continued to battle Barthel. After the legal Aichner used a knee to take out T-Bone on the steel steps outside the ring, he nailed Huxley from behind, and Imperium finished off their prey with an uppercut off the second rope into the powerbomb for the three-count.

Jinny def. Xia Brookside

Although Xia Brookside showcased an impressive offense against Jinny, the daughter of legendary grappler Robbie Brookside fell victim to the distractions and interference from Jazzy Gabert outside the ring, which allowed Jinny to roll her opponent up from behind for the victory.

NXT UK Women’s Champion Toni Storm defend title against Kay Lee Ray at TakeOver: Cardiff

One week after Kay Lee Ray delivered a post-match punch to Toni Storm’s defeated opponent Candy Floss in a clear attempt to get inside the titleholder’s head, a very serious NXT UK Women’s Champion came before the NXT UK Universe. Wondering what happened to the woman who was once one of her best friends, Storm let it be known that she’s sick of Ray’s mind games and is ready to face the winner of the recent Women’s Battle Royal anytime.

In response, Ray emerged to make the stunning announcement that she would challenge Storm at the rising brand’s biggest show to date, NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff on Saturday, Aug. 31. She then vowed to make the titleholder’s life a living hell right up until the moment that she takes her championship.

Mark Andrews vs. Kassius Ohno

Kassius Ohno doled out a savage beating to Mark Andrews in NXT UK’s hard-hatting main event, even removing the turnbuckle outside the ring, dropping his opponent’s throat onto the exposed steel and concentrating his subsequent attack on that same target.

But despite Ohno’s mid-match claim that Andrews doesn’t below in the ring with a “wrestling genius,” the resilient Andrews fired back with a barrage of high-octane offensive maneuvers, including an over-the-top-rope Hurricanrana out onto the ringside floor.

Then, in the final moments, Ohno trapped his high-flying adversary as Andrews was attempting Fall to Pieces off the top rope and leveled him with the cravat suplex. But rather than trying to cover his foe, Ohno made the mistake of picking him up in an attempt to inflict further punishment. That mistake came back to haunt Ohno, as Andrews quickly countered his attack and picked up the quick pin.

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M.A LeBlanc <![CDATA[WWE 205 Live 07 16 2019]]> http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=180149 2019-07-18T14:45:26Z 2019-07-18T14:45:26Z 205 Live results courtesy of WWE.com. WWE 205 Live results, July 16, 2019: Gable and Gallagher bring the WWE Universe to their feet On the latest episode of WWE 205 Live, a highly-anticipated rematch between Chad Gable and Gentleman Jack Gallagher tore the house down and earned a standing ovation from the WWE Universe. Plus, […]]]>

205 Live results courtesy of WWE.com.

WWE 205 Live results, July 16, 2019: Gable and Gallagher bring the WWE Universe to their feet

On the latest episode of WWE 205 Live, a highly-anticipated rematch between Chad Gable and Gentleman Jack Gallagher tore the house down and earned a standing ovation from the WWE Universe. Plus, WWE 205 Live General Manager Drake Maverick lost his cool on Mike Kanellis.

Akira Tozawa def. Samir Singh

Last week on WWE 205 Live, The Brian Kendrick claimed victory against Sunil Singh, but Samir jumped in the ring immediately after the bell, and The Singh Brothers attacked The Man with a Plan. Rushing to the aid of his friend and mentor was Akira Tozawa, who helped chase off the Bollywood brothers.

Tonight, Tozawa went one-on-one with Samir Singh as Kendrick and Sunil watched from ringside. As the match began, the ever-confident Samir struck first, driving Tozawa into the corner before taunting the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion and finding himself on the defensive. However, Singh struck back by using the turnbuckles and turned up his aggression on The Stamina Monster.

Displaying his resilience, Tozawa recovered and fought back, forcing his opponent to the outside before delivering a crushing running senton into the barricade. As Tozawa ascended the ropes with victory in sight, Sunil tried to distract The Stamina Monster but was stopped by Kendrick. This allowed Tozawa to counter Samir’s advance and roll him up for the three-count.

After the match, The Singh Brothers attacked the victor and prepared to use their Bollywood Award as a weapon, but The Man With a Plan intervened and once again, and Tozawa and Kendrick sent The Singh Brothers packing.

Mike Kanellis def. Jackson James

With his wife Maria watching from the locker room area, Mike Kanellis approached the ring with focus and intensity, ready to unleash his frustrations on his opponent, Jackson James. Kanellis wasted little time picking his opponent apart, taking his time to dish out as much punishment as possible before finally putting James out of his misery.

After the match, Kanellis continued to attack his vanquished opponent before grabbing a microphone and calling out WWE 205 Live General Manager Drake Maverick. The former 24/7 Champion made his way to the ring to confront Kanellis and allow The Opportunist to publicly air his grievances.

Kanellis explained that he resigned with WWE to prove to his wife that he can win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship and because he wants to fight Maverick. The 205 Live GM asked Kanellis if he really believed he deserved a championship opportunity. However, Kanellis got personal when he questioned Maverick’s performance issues when losing the 24/7 Championship the night before on Raw.

The argument continued to intensify when Kanellis insulted Drake’s wife, and the 205 Live GM swiftly attacked The Opportunist and drove him from the ring.

Chad Gable def. Gentleman Jack Gallagher

Following a controversial ending to a highly-regarded showdown last month, Gentleman Jack Gallagher and SmackDown LIVE’s Chad Gable finally had their chance at a rematch.

For much of the match, Gable targeted Gallagher’s left leg and knee, trying to keep his opponent from getting to his feet. However, Gallagher fought back, and when he swung momentum in his favor, he ditched the technical arsenal and went for high-impact strikes. After being on the receiving end of a standing suplex and near-fall, Gable again tried to advance, but Gallagher countered with another armlock before revving his engine and sending Gable to the outside. Keeping his opponent at ringside, Gallagher launched himself to the outside but overshot the landing, allowing Gable to counter with an explosive suplex.

As the official began a 10-count, Gable refused to allow another ending like their last match and threw Gallagher back inside the ring. The Olympic athlete remained in control and applied a devastating Ankle Lock that looked like it would be the end of Gallagher’s night. However, the British brawler broke the hold with a series of hammer fists.

Gallagher nearly secured victory following a breath-taking headbutt. With Gable reeling in the corner, Gallagher charged forward for a running dropkick but was caught and slammed by Gable.

Unable to put Gallagher away, Gable grew frustrated and ascended the ropes to attempt a high-risk moonsault. Gallagher countered and immediately charged after his opponent and landed a running dropkick, but Gable barely got his foot on the ropes during the pinfall, and the match raged on.

Gallagher battled Gable in the corner and prepared to execute a super backdrop, but Gable shifted his momentum to counter the move. As a result, Gable capitalized and executed the Chaos Theory for a hard-fought victory.

After the match, Gable showed his respect to Gallagher by helping him to his feet amidst a standing ovation from the WWE Universe.

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M.A LeBlanc <![CDATA[Braun Strowman Signs A New Multi Year Contract With WWE]]> http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?p=180118 2019-07-17T21:30:30Z 2019-07-17T21:29:48Z Braun Strowman has signed a new four-year deal with WWE. The Monster Among Men took to his personal Instagram account today and revealed the new contract. There’s no word yet on the numbers behind the deal, but WWE has been re-signing talents to lucrative deals as of late. Strowman wrote, “Well I’m sure more than a few […]]]>

Braun Strowman has signed a new four-year deal with WWE.

The Monster Among Men took to his personal Instagram account today and revealed the new contract. There’s no word yet on the numbers behind the deal, but WWE has been re-signing talents to lucrative deals as of late.

Strowman wrote, “Well I’m sure more than a few of you will like this announcement!!!!!!!! Here’s to 4 more years of being the hardest working and best big man in the whole damn industry and working for the Greatest promotion in the world the @wwe #ThenNowAndForever #wwe #resigned #ILikeMillionDollarDealsWheresMyPenBiatchImSigning #FourMoreYearsOfPuttingButtsInSeatsAndSmilesOnFaces #BraunStrowman #BraunZilla #KingOfAllMonsters with my army behind me my #MonsterMilitia #ILoveMyJob #MonsterOnTopTheMountain”

Strowman is currently working the WWE RAW brand and just won the Last Man Standing match over Bobby Lashley at Extreme Rules on Sunday. He’s rumored for another push under new RAW Executive Director Paul Heyman, but that has not been confirmed.

You can check out the contract details for other top WWE and AEW stars in our “Wrestler Contracts” section. You can see Strowman’s full IG announcement below:

credit wrestlinginc.com

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M.A LeBlanc <![CDATA[WWE SmackDown 07 16 2019]]> http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=180116 2019-07-17T20:08:54Z 2019-07-17T20:08:54Z WWE Smackdown Results July 16, 2019 Worcester, Massachusetts Commentary: Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton and Corey Graves Results by: Roy Nemer of Wrestleview.com WWE Smackdown Live kicks off with clips of last week’s show where Kevin Owens went after Shane McMahon. It cuts to earlier today where Shane was seen talking with security. In came Kevin […]]]>

WWE Smackdown Results
July 16, 2019
Worcester, Massachusetts
Commentary: Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton and Corey Graves
Results by: Roy Nemer of Wrestleview.com

WWE Smackdown Live kicks off with clips of last week’s show where Kevin Owens went after Shane McMahon.

It cuts to earlier today where Shane was seen talking with security. In came Kevin Owens and Shane told him that there will be a town hall where people would be able to voice their concerns. Shane tells him that he has the night off and he is no longer allowed in the building.

Smackdown Live Town Hall

Live in the arena, the Smackdown Live roster is on stage while Shane is in the ring. We see clips of Extreme Rules where Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre lost to the Undertaker and Roman Reigns.

Shane says that Kevin Owens has the night off but Owens did give him an idea and that was to hold the first ever Smackdown Live town hall. He asks who would like to go first and up steps Roman Reigns to the microphone.

Roman Reigns says no one in the room respects Shane. And as far as diplomacy, Shane can kiss his ass as Roman goes backstage. Shane says that’s not respectful, he will be fined and he’ll deal with him later. Shane asks someone else, Charlotte Flair. She steps up and says that was uncalled for. She says from one family to another, thank you. She thanks the McMahon family for being nothing but gracious to her sicne the day she aws born and it makes her sick to her stomach that Kevin would take advantage of her kindness.

Liv Morgan cuts her off and tells her to stop being such a phony. She asks Charlotte if there is anything real about her. Charlotte asks her who she is and if she even works her. Morgan says it’s because of people like Charlotte that people like her don’t get an opportunity. Up steps Shane who cuts them off. He asks Buddy Murphy to speak.

Buddy says Kevin mentioned his name last week but he doesn’t need Owens to fight his battles and maybe Kevin should keep his name out of his mouth or else he will slap it out of his mouth. Shane was happy to hear that and says they’ll talk about it after. SHane asks Apollo Crews to talk.

Apollo says he has something to say. He says everybody including himself agrees with what Kevin Owens said last week. Zelina Vega and Andrade step up. Zelina says that she doesn’t appreciate that Apollo is trying to kiss up to the WWE Universe. Zelina asks Apollo to prove his worth in the ring tonight with Andrade. And with that, Andrade calls him out in Spanish.

Elias steps in and says hello, I am not Kevin Owens. I am Elias. Xavier Woods cuts him off along with Big E. They insult Elias. Kofi says he doesn’t like Kevin Owens but he is making some good points. Kofi asks how long did it take for him to get a shot at the WWE title? Too long. And everyone on the stage has the potential to do good things and his microphone is cut off. Shane says this is the WWE champion and he apologizes for the microphone going off.

Shane thanks everyone and the first ever town hall is now concluded.

Cesaro steps in and says he has something to say. Shane says he’s on Raw not Smackdown. Cesaro says as a wild card he is here to challenge Aleister Black to pick a fight with him. Shane asks if he wants that tonight and Cesaro says yes. Shane says he has his wish.

Shane says he hopes this demonstrates a few things. In comes Kevin Owens from behind who botches a stunner. Owens mocks Shane’s dancing and leaves the ring through the crowd.

-Commercial Break-

Cesaro vs. Aleister Black

The bell rings and we are under way. A right hand by Black but a knee to the stomach by Cesaro. A knee to the stomach by Black as Cesaro falls to the outside. Black runs to the second rope, flips back and sits down in the ring.

-Commercial Break-

Back from commercial, Cesaro has Black in a headlock but Black gets out of it. A leg sweep by Black. A moon sault off the second rope by Black as he goes for the cover but a two count only. Black runs towards Cesaro but Cesaro moves out of the way and an uppercut by Cesaro followed by a big boot. He goes for the cover but Black kicks out as Cesaro transitions into a crossface. Black reverses it into a pin. Cesaro runs towards Black but hits the post. A flying knee by Black onto Cesaro.

Aleister Black hits him with the Black Mass. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winner: Aleister Black

Dolph Ziggler is backstage with Shane. He tells Shane someone should teach Kevin a lesson and it should be him tonight. Shane says Kevin has likely left the building. Ziggler says he could make it happen. Shane tells Ziggler if he can make it happen, the match is on.

-Commercial Break-

Liv Morgan vs. Charlotte Flair

The bell rings and we are under way. Charlotte pushes Morgan down. Liv gets back up and goes after Flair with right hands. A hurricanrana by Morgan followed by a drop kick as Charlotte backs into the corner.

Morgan grabs Charlotte from behind but an elbow to the face by Flair. With Morgan on the second rope, Flair chokes her. Morgan gets back up and a chop to the chest by Flair. She lifts Morgan up but Liv lands on her feet and hits her with a step up inzighuri. She stomps on the back of Flair’s neck. She goes for the cover but a kick out. Live jumps onto Flair but Flair catches her and lands a powerbomb. Flair with the figure four and into the figure eight as Liv Morgan taps out.

Winner: Charlotte Flair

After the match, Liv grabs a Corey’s headset. She says “Charlotte was right and when I come back, I’m going to be real” as she slams the headset and leaves.

Outside of the arena, Dolph is talking to a referee and takes a number from his cellular phone.

-Commercial Break-

Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville vs. Ember Moon and Bayley

Before the ring of the bell, Mandy and Sonya attack Bayley and Ember. Bayley is the legal person as they double team her. Mandy goes for the cover but Bayley kicks out. A headlock by Mandy but Bayley gets out of it and a back drop. Ember is tagged in.

Ember Moon stomps on Mandy. She climbs the top rope and lands the Eclipse. Sonya gets in the ring but Bayley with the Bayley to belly. Ember goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winners: Ember Moon and Bayley

Kayla interviews Ember and Bayley after the match. She asks Bayley who her opponent will be at Summerslam. Bayley says she is happy her chapter with Alexa Bliss is over and now she can go back to elevating the Smackdown division. She says her opponent should be someone who has charisma, has never faced before, someone dedicated to the title should be lose. Bayley things and looks at Ember Moon. Kayla asks Ember what she thinks and Ember says hell yeah.

Shinsuke Nakamura is backstage with his Intercontinental championship. He says he is free to rain down chaos. He turns around as Ali is standing there. Ali congratulates him and walks away.

-Commercial Break-

The New Day celebration

Xavier Woods says at Extreme Rules, Kofi dismantled Samoa Joe. Kofi says they dethroned Rowan and Daniel Bryan to become the new six time WWE world tag team champions. Kofi says to look at them now, like three African American leprechauns at the end of the rainbow, they have all the gold. Big E says they all know what Bryan’s announcement is and before they have to sit through a 10 minute speech about the planet, they accept his rematch right here and right now.

Daniel Bryan’s music hits as he comes out with Rowan. Bryan looks at Rowan as the two walk to the back. They walk back out and leave again. They walk back out again. Bryan is about to speak as the fans chant “New Day Rocks”. Bryan drops the microphone as the two leave backstage.

Samoa Joe’s music hits and he walks out. Joe says it seems like Bryan is not in the mood for championship opportunities but he is. Joe tells Kofi to put his WWE championship on the line tonight. Just as Joe is speaking, Elias makes his way to the ring. Elias tells Joe he had his chance at Extreme Rules and it didn’t work out. And if someone is ready to take the championship away from Kofi, it’s him. Out comes Randy Orton to the stage.

Randy Orton says he is sorry but it’s been a while since he’s had that gold around his waist. He tells Kofi he will take it and will do so by using the RKO. Elias says they can’t all have championship matches tonight but what they can do is send a message to the New Day. Woods is asking if he’s suggesting a six man tag team match. Big E says that sounds like a challenge. Kofi says championship huddle as the three men talk. Kofi says they accept. Orton says no, he’s good and walks away.

Kofi says you would think the viper would be up and ready to strike at any time but it seems as though he has gone a little limp.

-Commercial Break-

The New Day vs. Randy Orton, Samoa Joe, Elias

Kofi is in the ring with Elias. A spinning elbow by Kofi as he goes for the cover but the referee breaks it up. Orton tries to get in which gets Kofi’s attention as Elias attacks him. Joe is tagged in. He sends Kofi hard into the turnbuckle. Joe runs towards Kofi but the double knees by Kofi. A kick by Kofi followed by a snap mare. Woods is tagged in as they double team Joe. Big E tagged himself in. He goes for the cover but Joe kicks out.

Both men back up as Joe hits him with right hands and Elias is tagged in. An abdominal stretch by Big E. He sends Elias to the ropes and an elbow. Woods is tagged in as they double team Elias. Woods goes for the cover but a kick out by Elias.

Woods with a clothesline. He goes for the cover but again Elias kicks out. Both men back up and with the referee distracted, Orton drops Woods. Elias with fists onto Woods in the corner. A back elbow by Elias as he goes for the cover but Woods kicks out. He throws Woods to the outside.

-Commercial Break-

Back from commercial, Elias is beating up on Woods in the ring. A head lock by Elias but Woods fights out of it. Elias slams Woods onto the mat and hits Big E and Kofi off the ring apron. Samoa Joe attacks Big E on the outside.

Elias places Woods on the top rope. Elias climbs the top rope as Woods fights him down. Woods jumps and a drop kick by Woods. The tag is made as Kofi and Orton are in. Kofi with right hands and a drop kick onto Orton. Kofi just beating up Orton. Kofi goes for Trouble in Paradise, Orton moves, goes for the RKO, Kofi moves, Kofi off the top rope and a cross body. He goes for the cover as Elias breaks it up. In comes Big and all hell breaks loose in the ring. Joe is sent to the outside as Woods flies over the top rope onto Joe. Woods hits Elias in the head as Joe trips Woods and locks in the Coquina Clutch. A flying knee by Elias onto Big E on the outside. Elias gets back in and Kofi with Trouble in paradise. Orton with the RKO on Kofi. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winners: Randy Orton, Samoa Joe and Elias

-Commercial Break-

Carmella is backstage looking for R-Truth. He’s hiding in an old washing machine backstage. Truth says he is stuck as Carmella helps him out. Carmella says she has a better idea for a hiding spot. She tells him he should go to Comic Con. R-Truth says no, don’t call him a con, he paid his debt to society. Carmella says no and to come with him.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match – The IIconics (c’s) vs. The Kabuki Warriors with Paige

Royce is in the ring with Sane. Paige with a slap to the face and Sane with a chop to the chest. Sane runs to the ropes and Asuka is tagged in, they double team Royce. Asuka goes for the cover but Royce kicks out.

Royce with a kick onto Asuka as Billie Kay is tagged in. She goes for the cover but Asuka kicks out. Billie talks trash to Asuka as Asuka kicks her in the head and Billie falls to the outside. Royce is checking on Billie on the outside of the ring. Billie gets on the ring apron and looks at Royce as Royce pulls her away. The referee counts to 10 and counts her out.

Winners: By countdown, The Kabuki Warriors

The IIconics celebrate on the outside as Asuka and Sane attack them on the outside. Asuka and Sane beat up on Royce in the ring.

-Commercial Break-

Andrade with Zelina Vega vs. Apollo Crews

As Apollo is getting in the ring, Andrade attacks him before the bell rings. The referee checks on Apollo Crews as the bell rings. Andrade attacks Apollo right away. Apollo fights back but Andrade with right hands. Andrade with the back elbow. He pulls Crews in the corner. Andrade with the running double knees. He goes for the cover but Crews reverses it and gets the pin.

Winner: Apollo Crews

We see clips of last night’s Raw where Bray Wyatt returned and attacked Finn Balor.

-Commercial Break-

Kevin Owens vs. Dolph Ziggler

The bell rings and Owens goes for the stunner but Ziggler rolls out of the ring. Owens flies over the top rope onto Ziggler. He throws Dolph into the ring. Kevin gets on the top rope and goes for the senton but Dolph gets his knees up. Dolph with the fameasser but Owens kicks out.

Ziggler with an elbow. He goes for the cover but again Owens kicks out. Another elbow and another pin but Owens kicks out. Ziggler with the crossface on Owens but Owens gets out of it. Neckbreaker by Ziggler as he goes for another cover but again Kevin kicks out. Owens in the corner and a splash by Ziggler. A jumping DDT by Dolph. He goes for the cover but again Kevin Owens kicks out.

Dolph goes for another big splash but Kevin moves out of the way. A superkick by Kevin. He goes on the top rope and a senton on Dolph. He goes for the cover but Dolph kicks out.

Out comes Shane McMahon along with a number of Smackdown Live superstars. They all surround the ring as Kevin talks trash to Shane. Ziggler hits him with the zig zag from behind. He goes for the cover but Kevin kicks out. Dolph sends Kevin into the turnbuckle. A slap by Kevin but Ziggler with fists. Ziggler throws Kevin once more into the turnbuckle, shoulder first.

Ziggler goes for the super kick, Kevin ducks and hits the stunner. He goes for the cover but Shane drags Kevin out of the ring. Kevin gives the stunner to Shane and runs to the back.

After the match, Kayla asks Shane about Kevin Owens. Shane says Kevin will pay bad.

Winner: No contest

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M.A LeBlanc <![CDATA[WWE Monday Night RAW 07 15 2019]]> http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=180112 2019-07-17T19:16:37Z 2019-07-17T19:16:37Z WWE RAW Results July 15, 2019 Uniondale, New York Commentary: Michael Cole, Corey Graves and Renee Young Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com “Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show. WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar makes his way to the ring alongside his advocate, Paul Heyman. A replay is shown of […]]]>

WWE RAW Results
July 15, 2019
Uniondale, New York
Commentary: Michael Cole, Corey Graves and Renee Young
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.

WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar makes his way to the ring alongside his advocate, Paul Heyman. A replay is shown of Lesnar cashing in Money in the Bank on Seth Rollins on last night’s Extreme Rules event.

The crowd is booing them in the ring. Heyman says they should boo themselves. Heyman says he told them so. Heyman said that Lesnar would need an opponent lined up at SummerSlam because there was no way Seth Rollins would make it. No one in the back listened to him. Heyman says he has all the stroke around here right now, so he decided how they’ll determine who will be Lesnar’s challenger at SummerSlam. His client is not the easiest conquerer to negotiate with. Ask UFC or Vincent Kennedy McMahon. Lesnar fights and does what he wants when he wants.

To display his genius, Heyman has come up with a plan. We’ll have a Cross-Branded Top 10 All-Star Battle Royal gets to make history by being beaten, victimized, and brutalized by Lesnar at SummerSlam. Competing in the battle royal is Seth Rollins, Randy Orton, Big E, Cesaro, Braun Strowman, Rey Mysterio, Baron Corbin, Sami Zayn, Bobby Lashley, and Roman Reigns. Heyman says those are your Top 10 superstars in the battle royal.

Heyman tells Reigns to check with Rollins to see if he can win the battle royal. Last night, Rollins came in like he was Becky Lynch’s stud. When Lesnar was done with him, he was a gelding. If you don’t know what that is, google it. When you’re in the ring with Lesnar, you risk your health, welfare, manhood. This is not a prediction. It’s a spoiler. If any of the people had the chance to be in the ring, they’d all be Brock’s bitches. They walk off.

Ricochet makes his entrance. He’ll be in action next. Ricochet runs by Lesnar.

Natalya will take on Naomi, Alexa Bliss, and Carmella in a Fatal 4-Way match to determine who will face Becky Lynch for the RAW Women’s Championship at SummerSlam. We’ll also see Finn Balor take on Samoa Joe.

-Commercial Break-

2-out-of-3 Falls Match
Ricochet and The Usos vs. The Revival and Robert Roode

Scott Dawson starts against Jimmy Uso. Jimmy superkicks Dawson and throws Dash Wilder away. Ricochet tags in and hits a Codebreaker, now being called the Recoil. Ricochet follows up with a standing shooting star press to pick up the first fall.

Ricochet and The Usos go up 1-0.

Robert Roode comes in and stomps Ricochet down in the corner. Roode chops him, but Ricochet comes back with a head-scissor takeover followed by a dropkick for a near fall. Jey Uso tags in and kicks Roode. Jey hits the ropes, but Roode connects with a spinebuster for a near fall. Wilder tags in and attacks Jey. Wilder chokes him on the top rope before chopping him. Jey fights back, but Wilder comes back with a scoop slam. Jey avoids an elbow drop and tags in Jimmy.

Jimmy comes in swinging and hits Wilder with an uppercut. Jimmy follows up with a Samoan Drop before punching Roode on the apron. Dawson blind tags in and hits a flapjack… which gives them the second fall.

The Revival and Robert Roode tie up the series 1-1.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break, and the third fall starts. Dawson runs wild on Jimmy for a near fall. Wilder tags in, and The Revival hit a double-team guillotine catapult into the ropes for a near fall. Jimmy gets out of an abdominal stretch, but Wilder holds him back from making a tag. Wilder then reapplies the abdominal stretch, but Jimmy hits a hip toss. Eventually Ricochet and Roode tag in.

Ricochet takes Roode down and dropkicks Dawson off the apron. Jey Uso then wipes out Wilder with a plancha. Ricochet gets out of a Glorious DDT and hits the Recoil. Ricochet goes to the top rope for the 630 to pick up the win.

Winners by Pinfall: The Revival and Robert Roode (2-1)

WWE United States Champion AJ Styles comes out to the stage with The Club. Ricochet hits Styles with a suicide dive and punches away at him. The Club pulls Ricochet off, so The Usos make the save. They superkick The Revival before superkicking The Club. Roode sends Jimmy into the barricade, but Jey grabs him. The Revival soon hit Jey with a Shatter Machine. Ricochet runs in and makes the save with a cross-body block. All of a sudden, Styles absolutely wipes him out with a Phenomenal Forearm. The Club then hits the Magic Killer on Ricochet. Styles and The Club stand tall over Ricochet.

The Cross-Branded All-Star Top 10 Battle Royal takes place later tonight.

The Viking Raiders are standing backstage. They’ll be in action, next.

-Commercial Break-

The Viking Raiders vs. Vinnie Bruner and Jackson James

A pre-taped promo is shown with The Viking Raiders. Erik says Viking Raiders is a way of life. They will show the savagery of the Norsemen if anyone stands in their way.

Erik starts against one of them and wipes him out. Ivar tags in, and The Viking Raiders knee him down. Ivar brings the other guy in, and they annihilate him. Erik slams Ivar into the one guy, but Ivar lifts the shoulders before the count of three. Erik tags in, and they hit a double-team backbreaker/gutbuster. They then hit a double-team German Suplex/clothesline combo. They connect with The Viking Experience for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: The Viking Raiders

Video Package: The Undertaker and Roman Reigns defeating Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre at WWE Extreme Rules last night.

Earlier today, Drew McIntyre was walking backstage when he walked up to Cedric Alexander, Finn Balor, No Way Jose, and The Street Profits. McIntyre calls Alexander a joke. McIntyre said the time has come for him to disembowel and dismember Alexander. McIntyre then says that’s illegal, but he will humble him. Alexander says he’s been told in the past that he’s humble, but tonight the joke will be on him.

-Commercial Break-

Replays are shown of Cedric Alexander fooling Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre into thinking he’s Gary “The Goat” Garbutt last week on RAW.

Drew McIntyre vs. Cedric Alexander

McIntyre quickly attacks Alexander and stomps him. Alexander makes a comeback and knocks him out of the ring. Alexander connects with a summersault plancha before getting him in the ring. McIntyre quickly catches him with a belly-to-belly overhead suplex into the turnbuckles! McIntyre hits another belly-to-belly overhead suplex before connecting with a third one. Alexander block a kick and elbows McIntyre in the head. Alexander sends him to the apron, but McIntyre lands on his feet and goes to the top rope. McIntyre then jumps into a dropkick. Alexander goes for a handspring kick, but McIntyre hits the Glasgow Kiss. McIntyre goes for an inverted Alabama Slam, but Alexander counters into a roll-up for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Cedric Alexander

Drew McIntyre cannot believe it. Alexander retreats up the ramp and is pleased with himself.

Finn Balor says he lost, but he needs to keep moving forward. Balor wants his title back. Tonight, Samoa Joe stands in his way. He doesn’t care if he has to go up and over him or through him… he’ll find a way to keep moving forward.

Elsewhere backstage, Samoa Joe says he’ll be waiting to hand Balor another loss. Joe makes his entrance.

-Commercial Break-

Charly Caruso is backstage with Roman Reigns. Reigns says this is his week. From winning the ESPY to his movie premiere to whopping ass with The Undertaker, this is his week. Reigns doesn’t care what anyone says, even Seth Rollins. He will win the battle royal.

Samoa Joe vs. Finn Balor

Samoa Joe has a black eye from his match against Kofi Kingston last night at Extreme Rules.

They circle the ring and lock up. Joe pushes him into the ropes and shoves him. Joe wrenches the arm, but Balor applies a side headlock. Joe tries to whip him off, but Balor keeps it cinched on. Balor hits a headlock takeover, but Joe get out and chops him. Balor kicks him and applies another side headlock before taking him down. Joe then counters into a crucifix pin for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Samoa Joe

Joe immediately attacks him and applies the Coquina Clutch. Balor gets out and double stomps him before hitting a Sling Blade. Balor dropkicks him into the corner and goes to the top rope. Balor hits the Coup de Grace, and Joe rolls out of the ring in pain. Balor then celebrates.

All of a sudden, the lights in the arena start going out with loud sounds. We hear sounds of Balor being beaten on. The lights come on… and “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt is holding Balor. The Fiend hits Sister Abigail and the lights flicker again. They go out, and all you hear is Wyatt’s laughter.

-Commercial Break-

Drake Maverick walks into a hotel lobby with his wife, Renee Michelle. Maverick whispers to the man that he is registered under Mr. and Mrs. 24/7 Champion. She’s not happy about that. Maverick asks for the best room and an expensive bottle of champagne. Maverick pays in cash and they walk off. R-Truth comes out and asks if Hornswoggle is staying in the hotel. R-Truth tips the man a dollar, and he looks on the computer.

The Street Profits watch what just happened with R-Truth on the monitor. They put over the women’s Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match. Angelo Dawkins reveals he’s really into Nikki Cross. They then put over the Battle Royal. Dawkins says he thinks Big E will win, but Montez Ford thinks it’ll be Seth Rollins. Rollins wants all the smoke.

Zack Ryder is in the ring already. Mike Bennett is backstage when Maria Kanellis comes up to him. She says she’s taking the match. Mike reminds her that she’s pregnant. She says Mike is a loser and she has a better chance of defending their unborn child’s honor than he does. She walks out.

The referee stops Maria, and Mike runs down. Mike says he’s got it.

Zack Ryder vs. Mike Kanellis w/ Maria Kanellis

The bell rings, and Ryder immediately hits the Rough Ryder for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Zack Ryder

Maria says she should have wrestled. HER unborn child had a better chance of beating Ryder in a wrestling match than Mike.

The Cross-Branded All-Star Top 10 Battle Royal takes place later tonight.

The Club will be in action, next.

-Commercial Break-

The Club vs. Lucha House Party

AJ Styles tarts against Gran Metalik. Styles beats him down before tagging in Karl Anderson. Metalik takes Anderson down and hits a missile dropkick for a two count. Luke Gallows tags in and beats on Metalik. Metalik fights back, but Gallows head-butts him down. Anderson tags in and takes Metalik down. Ricochet runs in through the crowd and attacks Styles. Everyone is brawling at ringside. Officials and producers run down to pull Ricochet off.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Styles dropkick Lince Dorado down. Gallows tags in and stomps him. Anderson tags in and knees Dorado. Anderson applies a chin lock, but Dorado fights up. Anderson knocks Metalik off the apron, and Kalisto takes exception. Dorado quickly catches Anderson with a handspring stunner.

Kalisto tags in and punches Styles before kneeing Gallows. Kalisto hits a handspring back elbow before hitting a head-scissor DDT. Metalik and Dorado connect with stereo suicide dives before Kalisto hits Anderson with a summersault senton. Styles grabs Kalisto’s feet. Anderson and Kalisto nearly botch a spinebuster, but the recover. Gallows and Anderson hit the Boot of Doom before tagging Styles in. Styles applies the Calf Crusher for the win.

Winners by Submission: The Club

Styles holds the Calf Crusher on for a few moments longer before standing tall with The Club. Styles then boots Kalisto out of the ring.

A video package is shown of Seth Rollins losing the WWE Universal Championship to Brock Lesnar.

Seth Rollins is interviewed backstage. Rollins says he can’t stand that Brock Lesnar is walking around with a title he doesn’t deserve. No matter what, he is going to win tonight. As for Becky Lynch, she’s going to be ok and might show up tonight.

Replays are shown of “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt returning to attack Finn Balor earlier tonight on RAW.

Fatal 4-Way Match
Alexa Bliss w/ Nikki Cross vs. Carmella vs. Naomi vs. Natalya

The winner will face Becky Lynch for the RAW Women’s Championship at SummerSlam. Becky Lynch makes her entrance, and she comes out to the stage limping.

-Commercial Break-

The bell rings, and Alexa Bliss and Carmella are quickly cleared from the ring. Natalya and Naomi square off and soon do a double kip up. They then take each other out with a double clothesline. Carmella runs in and covers each one for a two count. Carmella tries again and picks up a one count on them. Carmella keeps covering, but can’t get the elimination. Carmella screams. Carmella sends Natalya out of the ring and stomps Naomi in the corner. Carmella runs into a back elbow, but she soon comes back with a head-scissor takeover for a near fall. Natalya gets in the ring, and Carmella hits a head-scissor takeover on her. Carmella hits Natalya with a bronco buster and avoids a Rear View. Carmella superkicks both Naomi and Natalya. Alexa Bliss comes in and rolls Carmella up for the elimination.

Carmella has been eliminated by Alexa Bliss.

Naomi takes Bliss down and picks up a two count. Naomi slams Bliss and kicks her before knocking Natalya off the apron. Naomi takes her down and kicks Bliss in the face for a near fall. Bliss takes Naomi down and starts kicking away at her. Bliss talks trash and slaps her in the face. They then wipe each other out with a double clothesline. We’re going to commercial… but the match continues!

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Naomi and Natalya start brawling at ringside. Naomi hits a blockbuster off the steel steps. Bliss attacks Naomi from behind, gets her in the ring, and picks up a two count. Bliss applies a chin lock and cinches it in. Naomi fights up and hits a full nelson bomb for a near fall. Bliss is knocked out of the ring, and Natalya hits a Discus Clothesline on Naomi for a two count. Natalya applies a chin lock before transitioning to a Mexican Surfboard. Bliss covers Natalya while she’s applying the hold for a near fall. Naomi quickly kicks Natalya down and goes to the top rope, but Bliss distracts her. Natalya hits a sit-out powerbomb, and Bliss runs in to cover for a near fall. Natalya kicks Bliss away and goes for a Sharpshooter on Naomi. Bliss rolls Natalya up for a near fall. Bliss then punches Natalya to send her out of the ring.

Bliss applies another chin lock. Naomi tries to get to the bottom rope, so Bliss drags her to the center of the ring and covers for a two count. Naomi quickly kicks Bliss for a two count. Bliss slams her down and applies the fourth chin lock of this match. The crowd starts chanting, “This is awful.” Natalya gets in the ring and punches away at Bliss. Bliss quickly sidesteps her and stomps her. Natalya goes for a slam, but Bliss takes her down. Naomi pulls Bliss out of the ring. The crowd lightly chants, “End this match.” Natalya then rolls Naomi up to eliminate her.

Naomi has been eliminated by Natalya.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Bliss run from Natalya. Nikki Cross grabs a microphone and tells the crowd to cheer for Alexa… and then tells them to shut up. Bliss takes Natalya down and hits Insult to Injury. Bliss gets out of the ring after Natalya makes a comeback. Bliss avoids a Discus Clothesline, and Natalya hits Cross. Natalya gets Bliss in the ring and applies the Sharpshooter for the win.

Winner by Submission: Natalya

Natalya looks like she’s going to cry. Charly Caruso gets in the ring and says Natalya is going to SummerSlam. Natalya says Bliss sucks. The crowd doesn’t react. Natalya says her life was turned upside down last year. Now she’s going to her home country to face her friend Becky Lynch.

Lynch grabs a microphone and says The Man has something to say. Lynch says she doesn’t care that she’s hurting. She’s here to fight. Nothing makes her happier than fighting. Lynch says she likes Natalya, but she’s not meeting with her friend at SummerSlam. Natalya better step up or Lynch will wipe the floor with her in her home country. Natalya’s career needs something, and Lynch is it. If there’s one thing she’s learned from this it’s she does better in war than love. Natalya says, “Well I guess you’re not a very good lover, bitch.” Natalya says she’ll rip that greasy mop off Lynch’s head, pull the horseshoe out of her ass, and beat the hell out of her. They yell at each other before the referee breaks it up.

Randy Orton is shown in a backstage promo. Orton says he has unfinished business with Brock Lesnar.

The Miz makes his entrance. He’ll have Dolph Ziggler on Miz TV, next.

-Commercial Break-

Miz TV w/ special guest Dolph Ziggler

The Miz welcomes everyone to the show and introduces Dolph Ziggler, who requested to be on the show. Ziggler says he has his own problems, but he wanted to see if the rumors of Miz being a company “yes man” were true. Ziggler says Miz isn’t trying to be the best. Was it worth it to kiss all that ass and not even be booked on the PPV. Miz says he’d rather not be on the PPV than lose to Kevin Owens in 17 seconds. Ziggler says that was Goldberg bad, but he has to find a way to sleep at night. Miz has become everything he hates. Miz is a walking gimmick. Miz isn’t from Long Island. He’s from Cleveland. Ziggler says Miz is everything that’s wrong with this business. All Miz gives a damn about is fortune and fame… just like his wife.

The Miz immediately attacks him and knocks Ziggler out of the ring. Ziggler immediately gets out of the ring and grabs his eye. Miz stands tall in the ring.

Drake Maverick is shown in a hotel room wearing a robe, lighting candles, and throwing rose petals on a bed. He’s ready to consummate his marriage.

-Commercial Break-

Replays are shown of

Drake Maverick asks if Renee is ready. She said she’s slipping into something more comfortable. Maverick removes his robe and is wearing his WWE 24/7 Championship over his privates. He lays on the bed, and Renee can’t believe he’s wearing the belt. There’s a knock at the door, and room service comes in. Maverick is worried about his… small package… going away. The usher stays in the room, so Maverick goes to kick him out. Maverick realizes it’s a referee. R-Truth sneaks up from under the table and rolls Maverick up for a two count. R-Truth then tackles him on the bed and wins the WWE 24/7 Championship back! R-Truth says he hopes they’re not constipated anymore and runs off.

Roman Reigns winning an ESPY is highlighted.

The Battle Royal is next.

-Commercial Break-

Cross-Branded All-Star Top 10 Battle Royal
Big E vs. Sami Zayn vs. Seth Rollins vs. Bobby Lashley vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Baron Corbin vs. Roman Reigns vs. Cesaro vs. Randy Orton vs. Braun Strowman

WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar makes his way to the stage with Paul Heyman. Lesnar sets up a chair at the top of the ramp and sits down to watch this match.

-Commercial Break-

The bell rings, and a brawl breaks out. Seth Rollins charges toward Baron Corbin. Corbin chokeslams Rollins and sends him over the top rope, but Rollins holds on. Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley brawl. Lashley’s ribs are taped up. Corbin and Lashley double-team Strowman in the corner. Cesaro starts uppercutting everyone that moves with shot after shot. Cesaro then does the Cesaro Swing to Mysterio before catapulting him over the top rope. Cesaro goes a swing on Big E, but Lashley grabs Cesaro and press slams him out of the ring to eliminate him.

Mysterio quickly attacks Lashley. Strowman then throws Lashley out of the ring. Strowman and Big E square off. Strowman runs him down with a shoulder block and lifts Big E. Big E slides off and sidesteps him in the corner. Big E scoops Strowman up and hits the Big Ending! Big E turns into an RKO from Orton, and Zayn eliminates Big E. Zayn gloats, and Orton hits him with an RKO. Mysterio dropkicks Zayn into position for a 619. Orton then eliminates Zayn. Reigns turns Orton around, but Orton drops him with an RKO. Mysterio punches Orton, but Orton sends him into the ropes. Mysterio hits Reigns with a 619, and Reigns starts punching Orton. Mysterio hits Orton with a seated senton. Corbin then eliminates Mysterio.

It’s down to Rollins, Reigns, Corbin, Strowman, and Orton. Orton rolled out of the ring under the bottom rope. Strowman grabs Corbin, so he tries to get away. Reigns hits a Drive By Dropkick on Corbin. Rollins then throws Corbin over the top rope. Strowman powers Rollins to the corner. Strowman counters a Superman Punch from Reigns and sends him to the corner. Strowman starts hitting avalanches. Reigns charges for a spear, but accidentally hits Rollins. Strowman scoops Reigns up, but he slides off and starts pulling Strowman out of the ring. Rollins then eliminates Strowman and Reigns!

Rollins thinks he’s won, but Orton is still in it. Orton punches away at Rollins and hits a hanging DDT. Orton stares at Brock Lesnar and talks some trash. Orton sets up, but Rollins kicks him and hits the Stomp. Rollins then eliminates Orton to win the match!

Winner: Seth Rollins

It’ll be Brock Lesnar defending the WWE Universal Championship against Seth Rollins at SummerSlam.

Paul Heyman says that’s not how you introduce the winner of a Cross-Branded All-Star Top 10 Battle Royal winner. Heyman says he’ll do it. Heyman says Rollins is the #1 Contender and gets to go to SummerSlam to be beaten, victimized, and conquered, Seth “Freakin’” Rollins.

Rollins grabs a microphone and tells Heyman to shut the hell up. Heyman has been a conduit for this long enough. Rollins is going to talk directly to Lesnar. Rollins says he is a man possessed. He would fight anyone until he got to Lesnar. SummerSlam will look a lot like WrestleMania when he stomps Lesnar’s head in the mat and becomes the WWE Universal Champion again. Lesnar goes down to the ring, but he backs away.

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M.A LeBlanc <![CDATA[Mantequilla]]> http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=180105 2019-07-17T18:48:59Z 2019-07-17T18:48:59Z Title History PWA CT tag team titles w Caveman defeating Nathaniel Carr & Xander Litt (January 22, 2016); SWF tag team titles w Caveman defeating Giant Leather & Sprinkles (November 17, 2017); HOG Crown Jewel title defeating Evander James (December 15, 2018); Career Highlights August 9, 2014 – 2KW: The Liberty City Dynasty (Chris Omega […]]]>

Title History

  • PWA CT tag team titles w Caveman defeating Nathaniel Carr & Xander Litt (January 22, 2016);
  • SWF tag team titles w Caveman defeating Giant Leather & Sprinkles (November 17, 2017);
  • HOG Crown Jewel title defeating Evander James (December 15, 2018);

Career Highlights

  • August 9, 2014 – 2KW: The Liberty City Dynasty (Chris Omega and Josh Glide) defeated General Romero and Mantequilla in a dark match.
  • January 17, 2015 – 2KW: Jon Davis defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mante) in a handicap match.
  • April 24, 2015 – HOG: Hank Flanders defeated Mantequilla.
  • July 25, 2015 – PWA CT: James Barton Rigby defeated Mantequilla.
  • August 30, 2015 – PWA CT: Mantequilla defeated Dicky Moon.
  • September 5, 2015 – BWF: Caveman and Mantequilla defeated Dameon Slugga and Super Fuerte Tot.
  • October 10, 2015 – RWA: The Caveman defeated Mante.
  • October 24, 2015 – 2KW: The Super Savages (Mante and The Caveman) defeated The Highspot Heroes (Marq Quen and Smiley).
  • November 7, 2015 – RWA: Mr. Z defeated Mante.
  • November 14, 2015 – LW: The Influence (Jason Devine and Mike Montero) defeated Da Hoodz (Davey Cash and Kris Pyro), The Bash Brothers (Chuck O’Neil and Eric Spicely) & The Super Savages (Mantequilla and The Caveman) in a 4-way tag team match.
  • December 5, 2015 – RWA: Super Savages (Caveman and Mante) defeated Tank and Undead Warrior Bonez.
  • December 11, 2015 – HOG: Wrestling’s Greatest Challenge (EA James and Mante) defeated 2 Kliq (Josh Glide and TJ Marconi).
  • January 1, 2016 – PWA CT: Mantequilla vs. The Caveman ended in a time limit draw.
  • January 16, 2016 – 2KW: The Super Savages (Mante and The Caveman) defeated Angel Azul and Nolan Avila in a dark match. The GOAT (G-Murda, Kris Kage and Whiplash) defeated Marc Hauss & The Super Savages (Mante and The Caveman).
  • January 22, 2016 – PWA CT: The Super Savages (Mante and The Caveman) defeated NPC (Nathaniel Carr & Xander Litt) to win the tag team titles.
  • January 29, 2016 – PWA CT: Troy Stevens defeated Mantequilla.
  • February 26, 2016 – PWA CT: The Super Savages (Mantequilla and The Caveman) defeated The Infamous Injustice League (Josef von Schmidt and Troy Stevens) to retain the tag team titles.
  • February 27, 2016 – HOG: Super Savages (Caveman and Mante) defeated All-Star Lou and Good Hank Flanders.
  • March 9, 2016 – PWA CT: Azrieal defeated Mantequilla to retain the Television title.
  • March 11, 2016 – PWA CT: Troy Stevens defeated Damien Black, Mantequilla and Sebastian Cage in a 4-way match.
  • March 18, 2016 – PWA CT: The Super Savages (Mantequilla and The Caveman) defeated The Fellowship (GA West and Ronnie Ribs) & The Heelbillies (Hillbilly Greg and Moonshine McCreedy) in a 3-way tag team match.
  • March 20, 2016 – BCW: The Super Savages (Caveman and Mante) defeated FBI (Guido Maritato and Tony Mamaluke).
  • April 9, 2016 – HOG: The Trust (Big Daddy Cruz, Chris Seaton and Smoothe Blackmon) defeated The Super Savages (Caveman & Mante) and EA James.
  • April 16, 2016 – 2KW: The Zoltan (Kris Kage and Whiplash) defeated The Super Savages (Mante and The Caveman).
  • May 6, 2016 – HOG: 2 Kliq (Josh Glide & TJ Marconi), All-Star Lou, Big Daddy Cruz and Nicky Heat defeated EA James & Herbal Affairs (Jimi Blaze & Rembrandt Lewis) & The Super Savages (Caveman and Mante) in a tag team elimination match.
  • June 3, 2016 – PWA CT: Mantequilla defeated General Romero.
  • June 4, 2016 – 302: Ty Awesome defeated CPA, Diaz, EA James, Mantequilla and The Caveman in a 6-way match.
  • June 17, 2016 – Beyond/HOG: 2 Kliq (Josh Glide and TJ Marconi) defeated Team Tremendous (Bill Carr and Dan Barry), The New York Wrecking Krew (Chris Seaton and Smoothe Blackmon) & The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) in a 4-way tag team match.
  • June 25, 2016 – BCW: The Super Savages (Caveman and Mante) defeated Team Pazuzu (Jaka and Pinkie Sanchez).
  • July 8, 2016 – PWA CT: Mantequilla, Sebastian Cage won a battle royal.
  • July 23, 2016 – LW: EYFBO (Angel Ortiz and Mike Draztik) defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mante) & Brick N Bad (Brick Mastone and Christian Casanova) in a 3-way tag team match.
  • July 30, 2016 – 2KW: The Super Savages (Mante and The Caveman) defeated The Elements (Iceberg and Pyro Pulse).
  • August 19, 2016 – HOG: EYFBO (Angel Ortiz & Mike Draztik) & The Super Savages (Caveman and Mante) defeated The New York Wrecking Krew (Chris Seaton & Smoothe Blackmon), ??? and TJ Marconi.
  • September 24, 2016 – HOG: The New York Wrecking Krew (Chris Seaton and Smoothe Blackmon) defeated The Super Savages (Mante and The Caveman).
  • October 8, 2016 – SWA: The GraveYard Disciples (Mayhem and Menace) defeated Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla).
  • October 15, 2016 – ICW: Cono and Fabio defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mante).
  • October 22, 2016 – 2KW: Mante defeated Anthony Silva.
  • October 29, 2016 – LAW: Team Shazaam (Dan De Man and Kenny Bengal) defeated Super Savages (Caveman and Mante).
  • November 18, 2016 – FIN: Friends Of Tom (Jeff Cannonball and JGeorge) defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mante).
  • November 25, 2016 – PWA CT: Mantequilla defeated Mel Sanchez.
  • December 3, 2016 – HOG: Smiley & The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) defeated Adam Falcon, Hank Flanders and Nicky Heat.
  • December 9, 2016 – PWA CT: Sebastian Cage defeated Damien Black, Foxx Vinyer and Mantequilla in a 4-way match to win the Independent title. The Super Savages (Mantequilla and The Caveman) defeated The Fellowship (GA West and Ronnie Ribs), Los Sucios (Mel Ocho-Sucio and Sucio Rome) & Bobby C and General Romero in a 4-way tag team match to become #1 contenders for the tag team titles.
  • January 13, 2017 – NLW: Mantequilla was in the battle royal won by Joe Bronson.
  • January 27, 2017 – PWA CT: Mantequilla vs. Moonshine McCreedy ended in a no contest.
  • February 4, 2017 – 302: Private Party (Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen) defeated Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla).
  • February 17, 2017 – PWA CT: Dicky Moon, Moonshine McCreedy & The Super Savages (Caveman & Mantequilla) defeated The Infamous Injustice League (Azrieal, Dan De Man, Josef von Schmidt & Sebastian Cage) to win the tag team titles.
  • February 18, 2017 – HOG: EYFBO (Angel Ortiz and Mike Draztik) defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) to retain the tag team titles.
  • February 25, 2017 – FTW: Alpha Psi (Donnie Dixon and Nate Bateman) defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mante) to retain the tag team titles.
  • March 10, 2017 – PWA CT: Mantequilla defeated Nathaniel Carr.
  • April 7, 2017 – PWA CT: The Super Savages (Caveman & Mantequilla) and Sebastian Cage defeated Herbal Affairs (Jimi Blaze, Rembrandt Lewis and Toasty Tom).
  • April 9, 2017 – ACE: The Duke Boys (Aiden Duke and Ricky Duke) defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) to retain the tag team titles.
  • April 22, 2017 – HOG: The New York Wrecking Krew (Chris Seaton and Smoothe Blackmon) defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla).
  • May 13, 2017 – ACE: The Duke Boys (Aiden Duke and Ricky Duke) defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) & Jorge Santi and Steve Pena in a 3-way tag team match to retain the tag team titles.
  • May 26, 2017 – BCW: The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) defeated The Adrenaline Express (EJ Risk and VSK).
  • May 27, 2017 – HOG: Big Daddy Cruz defeated Draconis, Mantequilla and Sasha Jenkins in a 4-way match.
  • June 16, 2017 – PWA CT: The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) defeated Jimmy Limits and Xander Litt to retain the tag team titles.
  • June 17, 2017 – PWM: The Danger OYs (??? and ???) defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla).
  • June 30, 2017 – PWA CT: Mantequilla defeated Dicky Moon and Jordan Oliver in a 3-way match.
  • July 7, 2017 – PWA CT: Mantequilla defeated Azrieal in the 1st round. Mantequilla defeated Evander James in the semi-finals. Mantequilla defeated Sebastian Cage to win the tournament.
  • July 21, 2017 – BELIEVE 142: Chico Adams, Faris Hakeem and Jason Dugan defeated Andrew Merlin, CT Brown and Mante.
  • July 29, 2017 – BCW: The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) defeated The Ugly Ducklings (Lance Lude and Rob Killjoy).
  • August 18, 2017 – HOG: The New York Wrecking Krew (Chris Seaton and Smoothe Blackmon) defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) to retain the tag team titles.
  • September 8, 2017 – SWF: Big Dan and Magic defeated Latin American Exchange (Ortiz and Santana), The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) & Kyle The Beast and Monsta Mack in a 4-way tag team match.
  • September 9, 2017 – SWF: The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) defeated Monster’s Asylum (Giant Leather and Sprinkles).
  • September 16, 2017 – Chilanga Mask: Caveman defeated Mantequilla and Tulpa in a 3-way match.
  • October 17, 2017 – SWF: The Super Savages (Caveman & Mantequilla) and Shane Helms defeated EC Negro, Geoffrey Bravo and Josh Adams.
  • October 21, 2017 – HOG: Mantequilla defeated Draconis and Ezekiel Lewis and Juba and Tank and Thomas Odin to win the battle royal.
  • November 17, 2017 – SWF: The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) defeated Monster’s Asylum (Giant Leather and Sprinkles) to win the tag team titles.
  • November 18, 2017 – SWF: Magic and Mantequilla defeated Monster’s Asylum (Giant Leather and Sprinkles).
  • November 25, 2017 – C4: Brute Van Slyke defeated The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) in a handicap match.
  • February 3, 2018 – HOG: The House Of Gangone (Anthony Gangone, Juba and Smiley) defeated Larger Than Butter (Brian Burgundy, Mantequilla and TJ Marconi).
  • February 16, 2018 – SWF: The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) defeated Monster’s Asylum (Giant Leather and Sprinkles) to retain the tag team titles.
  • February 24, 2018 – SWF: The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) defeated GOAT (Kris Kage and Whiplash) to retain the tag team titles.
  • March 10, 2018 – HOG: Juventud Guerrera defeated Mantequilla.
  • March 11, 2018 – WHAT III: The Private Party (Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen) defeated The Logan Brothers (Bryan Logan and Matt Logan), The Maine State Posse (Aiden Aggro and The DangerKid) & The Super Savages (Caveman and Mantequilla) in a 4-way tag team match.
  • June 9, 2018 – HOG: Ultimo Dragon defeated Mantequilla.
  • July 8, 2018 – Wrestler’s Lab: Richard Holliday defeated AJ Gray, Chip Day, Mantequilla, Matt Kenway, Nick Tendo and Rocketboy Wilson in a 7-way match.
  • August 17, 2018 – HOG: Evander James defeated Mantequilla and Matt Travis in a 3-way match to become #1 contender for the No Limits title.
  • August 18, 2018 – PPW: Majestic Noah defeated Blaxstrom and Mantequilla in a 3-way match to retain the No Limits title.
  • August 19, 2018 – Noche De Estrellas Consagrados: Mantequilla defeated Caveman.
  • September 15, 2018 – PPW: Majestic Noah defeated British Wolf and Mantequilla in a 3-way match to retain the No Limits title.
  • September 29, 2018 – Ground Zero: The 8th Phase: Jorel Nelson defeated Mantequilla.
  • September 30, 2018 – Beyond Please Come Back: EYFBO (Angel Ortiz and Mike Draztik) defeated The Amazing Graysons (JP Grayson and Tommy Grayson), Project Generation (Evander James and Mantequilla) & Zoltan (Kris Kage and Whiplash) in a 4-way tag team match.
  • October 5, 2018 – HOG: Private Party (Leroy Green & Marq Quen) and Mantequilla defeated The House Of Gangone (Ezekiel Lewis, Juba and Smiley). Mantequilla wins a dark battle royal.
  • October 13, 2018 – NYWC/Outlaw Wrestling: Matt Striker defeated Mantequilla.
  • December 15, 2018 – HOG 8: Mantequilla defeated Evander James to win the Crown Jewel title.
  • February 9, 2019 – HOG: Mantequilla defeated JT Dunn and Ken Broadway in a 3-way match to win the Crown Jewel title.
  • February 16, 2019 – PPW: Mantequilla & The Mane Event (Jay Lyon and Midas Black) defeated Foxx Vinyer & The Punk Rock All Stars (Drake Carter and Shaun Cannon).
  • March 16, 2019 – PPW: Foxx Vinyer defeated Mantequilla.
  • April 6, 2019 – HOG: Mantequilla defeated Kikutaro to retain the Crown Jewel title.
  • April 27, 2019 – PPW: Charles Mason defeated Laszlo Arpad and Mantequilla in a 3-way match to retain the No Limits title.
  • May 5, 2019 – IMPACT Wrestling/HOG Code Red: Rich Swann defeated Ace Austin, Evander James, Mantequilla, Smiley and Trey in a 6-way match to retain the X-Division title.
  • May 18, 2019 – PPW: Mantequilla defeated The Whisper.
  • June 22, 2019 – PPW: Andy Header defeated Mantequilla.
  • July 13, 2019 – IMPACT Wrestling Xplosion: Jake Crist defeated JT Dunn and Mantequilla in a 3-way match.
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M.A LeBlanc <![CDATA[WWE Extreme Rules 2019]]> http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=180094 2019-07-15T18:10:17Z 2019-07-15T18:10:17Z WWE Extreme Rules Results July 14, 2019 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Results by: Roy Nemer of Wrestleview.com WWE Extreme Rules kicks off with a video package hyping up the event. We see Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre walking backstage as the video package for their No Holds Barred match against The Undertaker and Roman Reigns airs. No […]]]>

WWE Extreme Rules Results
July 14, 2019
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Results by: Roy Nemer of Wrestleview.com

WWE Extreme Rules kicks off with a video package hyping up the event.

We see Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre walking backstage as the video package for their No Holds Barred match against The Undertaker and Roman Reigns airs.

No Holds Barred – The Undertaker and Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre

Out comes Shane McMahon out to the ring first as he is announced as the best in the world. His tag team partner Drew McIntyre is out to the ring next.

Roman Reigns comes out to the ring. The Undertaker’s gong is heard as the lights go out. He makes his way to the ring and takes off his hat and trench coat.

All four men are in the ring. A loud “Undertaker” chant from the crowd. The bell rings and we are under way.

Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre start the match. Both men exchange right hands, an uppercut by Roman. He goes for a Samoan drop but Drew with a belly to belly. He throws Roman in the corner and begins stomping as Shane is tagged in. Shane with kicks and punches as Roman gets out of the corner.

An uppercut by Roman as he throws Shane in the corner. Roman on the second rope as he starts punching on Shane. He looks at The Undertaker, grabs Shane by the arm and tags The Undertaker in.

The Undertaker with right hands followed by a shoulder block and a leg drop. He goes for the cover but Shane kicks out. The Undertaker twists Shane’s arm as he climbs the second rope but Shane with right hands. The Undertaker in the corner and Shane with more right hands but he throws Shane in the corner. The Undertaker with fists as Shane drops. A clothesline by The Undertaker. He grabs Shane’s arm and climbs the second and third rope as he goes for old school and lands it. Shane goes down as Drew McIntyre is tagged in.

The two men go face to face as Drew lands the first right hand and another. The Undertaker with a right of his own as both men exchange right hands.m A clothesline by Drew takes The Undertaker over the top rope but he lands on his feet. The Undertaker grabs Drew to the outside and slams him into the ring apron. He places Drew back in the ring as he gets on the ring apron and lands a leg drop on Drew. He goes for the cover but a two count only.

Roman Reigns is tagged in and a right hand by Roman. Roman with clotheslines on Drew who is in the corner. Roman runs to the ropes and a big boot takes Drew out. Roman with a right hand to Shane. Drew sends him to the ropes as Shane lowers the top rope and Roman falls to the outside. The Undertaker grabs a steel chair as Shane runs up the ramp.

Drew throws Roman into the steel steps. He throws Roman back in the ring as Shane slowly walks back down to the ring. Drew with a suplex. He goes for the cover but Roman kicks out.

Shane McMahon is tagged in and a neck breaker by Drew. Shane goes for the cover but Roman kicks out. Fists by Shane as he goes for the cover once more but again Roman kicks out. Drew is tagged back in. He slams Roman into the turnbuckle. A right hand by Drew but it’s blocked by Roman however Drew with an overhead belly to belly. He goes for the cover but Roman kicks out. An arm bar by Drew.

Roman Reigns fights out of it with right hands but Drew sends him to the corner. A forearm by Drew. He runs towards Roman who got out of the corner but Roman lands a Samoan drop as both men are down. Drew runs towards Roman but Roman moves and Drew hits the post shoulder first. Shane and The Undertaker are tagged in. A right hand by The Undertaker as he clears house. Shane is thrown into the corner followed by a splash.

The Undertaker with a big boot on Shane McMahon. Drew is knocked off the apron as Shane is clothesline to the outside. The Undertaker stares at the announce table on the outside. He goes to the outside and begins to clear the announce table. The Undertaker goes for the last ride as Elias hits The Undertaker from behind with a guitar. Roman Reigns with a right hand on Elias. Roman beating on Elias but the Claymore kick by McIntyre takes Roman out.

Elias grabs what is left from the guitar and goes to hit The Undertaker with it but The Undertaker grabs Elias as Drew hits The Undertaker with the Claymore kick. All three men begin to plan as Shane directs traffic. Elias and Drew drag The Undertaker and place him on the announce table. Shane McMahon gets back in the ring and climbs the top rope. He jumps off the top rope and lands on The Undertaker as both men go through the table.

Drew McIntyre and Elias drag The Undertaker and throw him in the ring. Shane still directing traffic as they place The Undertaker on one side of the corner. Shane grabs a trash can as they place it on The Undertaker’s face. Shane climbs the opposite top rope as he goes coast to coast. He mocks The Undertaker with the throat slash and jumps. He lands it on The Undertaker. Superman punch on the outside by Roman onto Elias but Drew hits Roman.

Shane drags The Undertaker to the middle of the ring but The Undertaker sits up. The Undertaker with the chokeslam. Elias gets in the ring and a chokeslam on him. The Undertaker looks at the camera and does the throat slash as McIntyre is standing behind him. A spear out of nowhere by Roman onto McIntyre. Roman and The Undertaker stare at each other. Roman throws Shane onto the Undertaker as he lands the tombstone. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winners: The Undertaker and Roman Reigns

After the match, The Undertaker looks at Roman Reigns and gives him a small slap to the chest as a sign of respect. Roman Reigns leaves the ring as The Undertaker’s music hits. He stands in the middle of the ring as fans applaud. He kneels down as the dark blue lights hits. He stands up and leaves the ring.

Becky Lynch is standing with Seth Rollins backstage. The two are asked about their match tonight. Seth says they know what is at stake and they are in the city of brotherly love, in Philadelphia, PA. Becky says Philly likes it when things get extreme. Seth says last night they took a walk around the city and it was an idea shopping walk. The liberty bell has a crack much like the crack Corbin will have tonight. Becky asks what it would be like if they made a statue of Lacey Evans. It might just end up with crap on it.

Seth says the match tonight is Extreme Rules, they motivation and options. Becky says the only option they don’t have is losing.

Raw Tag Team Championship Match – The Revival (c’s) vs. The Usos

Scott Dawson and Jimmy Uso start off the match. A near fall by Jimmy right away but Scott kicks out. Both men stare down and exchange arm bars. A right hand by Jimmy as he gets Scott in the corner. Jey is tagged in. He goes for the cover but a quick kick out by Scott. Both men get back up as Scott kicks Jey and Wilder is tagged in. Jimmy is tagged in and a double team by the Usos take Wilder out.

The Usos go for a super kick but Wilder slides out of the ring. The Usos go for a double suicide dive but the Revival knock them out. The Revival get back in the ring as The Usos throw them to the outside and The Usos jump over the top rope onto the Revival. Jimmy and Wilder get back in the ring as Scott is tagged in. Jey with a right hand as he slides to the outside and Dawson with a right hand. They throw Jey into the barricade. The referee starts to count as The Revival get back in the ring. Jey gets back in the ring and a leg drop by Dawson and an elbow. Wilder is tagged in and a double team. He goes for the cover but Jey kicks out.

Dawson is tagged in but Jey knocks Dawson out. Both men are down. Wilder goes to hit Jimmy but Jimmy knocks him down. The referee is distracted, Jey tags Jimmy in but the referee didn’t see it. The referee is distracted as The Revival attack Jey. Wilder is tagged in and a double team on Jey. Wilder stomps on Jey as Scott is tagged in. Scott lifts Jey onto the top rope. Scott with a slap to the chest. He goes for a suplex but Jey fighting back. Jey punches Scott off as he lands on the top rope and both men fall to the outside.

The referee starts to count to ten but Wilder is tagged in and Jimmy is quickly tagged in. Jimmy with a crossbody off the top rope. He goes for the cover but Wilder kicks out. A Samoan drop and in comes Dawson who is hit with a Samoan drop. Wilder with a sit down power bomb. He goes for the cover but Jimmy kicks out. Dawson is tagged in. Jimmy with a double kick on both men. Jimmy with a corkscrew off the top rope as Jey is tagged in. A double team on Dawson. Jey goes for the cover but Dawson kicks out.

Jey goes for the super kick but blocked by Dawson. He lands a brainbuster on Jey. He goes for the cover but Jey kicks out. Dawson lifts JEy on the top rope and a slap to the chest onto Jey. Wilder is tagged in, a superplex by Dawson. A big splash by Wilder. He goes for the cover but Jimmy with a big splash. Jey goes for the cover but Dawson breaks it up.

Jey and Wilder the legal men as all four men are down in the ring. All four begin to fight as Jimmy is eventually tagged in. Dawson pulls Jey to the outside. Wilder tags Dawson in and The Shatter Machine. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winners: The Revival

A video package hyping up Cesaro against Aleister Black airs.

Cesaro vs. Aleister Black

The bell rings and we are under way. Black goes for the Black Mass but Cesaro ducks. He pushes Black into the corner as both men exchange hits. Cesaro with a back drop. Cesaro goes for the Neutralizer but Black flips him and Cesaro lands on his feet. Cesaro sits down like Black. Aleister doesn’t like it as both men start to fight and Cesaro goes to the outside. Black off the second rope with a moonsault to the outside.

Black sits down and looks at Cesaro. He sends Cesaro back in the ring. Black with the double knees off the second rope. He goes for the cover but Cesaro kicks out. Black with kicks takes Cesaro out. Cesaro stands up and a right hand by Cesaro followed by an elbow uppercut. Black fights back but Cesaro pushes him onto the outside. Cesaro throws Black back into the ring. Cesaro with a springboard uppercut. He goes for the cover but Aleister Black kicks out.

Cesaro with a modified headlock. Black fights back and gets out of it but a clothesline by Cesasro. He goes for the cover but Black kicks out. A gut wrench suplex by Cesaro. He goes for the cover but Black kicks out. An elbow drop by Cesaro followed by a double stomp. He goes for the cover but Black kicks out. Black gets out of it. Black jumps off the second rope and lands a moonsault. Both men back up and Black with a kick to the leg followed by a right hand. Black with kicks but Cesaro with an uppercut. Black kicks Cesaro away and goes for the double knees but Cesaro catches him, he throws Black in the air and goes for the cover. A two count as Black reaches the ropes.

A right forearm by Cesaro followed by an uppercut. He goes for another but Black reverses it into a backslide cover as Cesaro kicks out. Cesaro jumps off the middle rope but Black hits him with a knee to the face. He goes for the cover but Cesaro kicks out. Cesaro grabs Black and throws him to the outside. Black on the ring apron but Cesaro with a kick. Black back in the ring, Cesaro goes for the cover but Black reverses it into a cover of his own as Cesareo kicks out. A leg take down by Aleister Black as Cesaro tries to reach the ropes. Cesaro reverse it into the sharpshooter. Cesaro reverses it into the crossface. Black gets out of it by hitting Cesaro’s thigh. He reverses it into the cover but Cesaro kicks out. Black with a knee as both men are down.

Bothm en get up and an uppercut by Black but Cesaro with an uppercut of his own. Cesaro goes for the Neutralizer but Black goes after Cesaro’s knee. Black with knees followed by Black Mass. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winner: Aleister Black

R-Truth is with Carmella backstage putting up Maverick Wanted posters. In comes Alexa Bliss with Nikki Cross. R-Truth asks Nikki if she has seen Hornswoggle. She says yes, on the left. In comes Carmella who takes R-Truth away.

Alexa hands Nikki a gift. She opens it and it’s an Alexa Bliss and Nikki t-shirt. The two hug as the NXT tag team champions Street Profits walk in. They apologize for interrupting and ask when Alexa becomes the new Smackdown women’s champion, where the party will be at? Alexa says co-Smackdown women’s champions. They ask her if she was serious about that and Nikki says yes. Nikki shows them the t-shirt as they start to laugh. Nikki says her and Alexa would do anything for each other and they will become the first ever Smackdown women’s co champions. Nikki and Alexa walk out.

Smackdown Women’s Championship Handicap Match – Bayley (c) vs. Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross

Nikki Cross starts off the match. Alexa is quickly tagged in and a take down by Bayley. Alexa with a right hand as Nikki is tagged in. Bayley drops Nikki onto the top rope. She goes for the cover but Nikki kicks out. Nikki with a kick to the stomach as Alexa is tagged in. Bayley throws Nikki to the outside. She throws Nikki back in. Alexa pushes Bayley off the ring apron as Bayley bounces face first off the ring steps.

Alexa Bliss grabs Bayley and hits her from behind. She throws Bayley into the ring and goes for the cover but Bayley kicks out. Alexa throws Bayley into the corner and Nikki is tagged in. Nikki beats on Bayley and Alexa is tagged in. Alexa stomps on her as Nikki is tagged in. Nikki stomps on Bayley and Alexa is tagged in. Alexa beats up on Bayley and Nikki is tagged in again.

Nikki with an arm bar slam. She goes for the cover but Bayley kicks out. A head lock by Nikki. Bayley gets out of it and sends Nikki to the outside. Bayley goes for a baseball slide but Nikki pulls off the Extreme Rules ring apron cover. Bayley is caught between the ring and the covers. Nikki tags Alexa in as Alexa goes to the outside and slaps Bayley. She throws Bayley into the ring.

Alexa Bliss goes for the cover but Bayley kicks out. She goes for another but once more Bayley kicks out. Alexa sends Bayley to the corner and slaps her. Nikki is tagged in. Nikki puts Bayley into a tree of woe and stomps on her. Alexa is tagged in. Alexa climbs the top rope and grabs Bayley by the arm and punches her. Bayley finally gets out of it and hits Nikki off the ring apron. Alexa with a head lock on Bayley. Alexa slams Bayley head first into the mat.

Bliss with a double knees. She goes for the cover but the champion kicks out. Alexa goes for a right hand but Bayley blocks it and hits Alexa with a right hand. Alexa with a forearm followed by a kick to the face. Alexa runs to the ropes but a clothesline by Bayley. She runs to the ropes and a suicide dive takes Nikki out. Bayley back on the ring apron and catches Alexa between the ropes. She goes for the cover but Alexa kicks out. Bayley spears Alexa in the corner as Nikki is tagged in. A back drop by Bayley. She bodyslams Alexa on top of Nikki.

Bayley with an leg take down on Nikki. She goes for a modified leg lock in the middle of the ring. Alexa goes to break it up but Bayley catches her into a crossface. Alexa bites Bayley as Bayley lets go of Alexa but Alexa hits Bayley to break up the submission. An elbow to the face by Nikki. She climbs the second rope and a tornado DDT takes Bayley out. She goes for the cover but Bayley kicks out. Another cover but again Bayley kicks out. Alexa is tagged in. Alexa climbs the top rope, she goes for Twister Bliss but Bayley gets the knees up. Nikki is tagged in. She limbs the top rope but Bayley catches her with a knee. Bayley climbs the top rope and lands the elbow drop. She goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winner: Still WWE Smackdown Women’s champion, Bayley

Last Man Standing Match – Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley

Strowman gets on the ring apron as Lashley goes after him but Strowman throws him over the top rope. Strowman throws Lashley into the barricade. Strowman throws Lashley into the ring as the referee calls for the ball. A big splash by Strowman as Lashley falls. The referee starts to count as Lashley rolls to the outside. Strowman gets out of the ring and the shoulder tackle as Lashley goes down. Strowman runs around the ring again but this time Lashley hits him with a spear.

Bobby Lashley is back on his feet while Strowman slowly gets up. Lashley throws Strowman into the ring steps. Lashley grabs the ring steps and hits Strowman over the head with them as the referee begins the count. He reaches four before Strowman gets back up. Lashley hits him with the steps again as Strowman falls over the barricade and into the WWE Universe. A right hand by Strowman but Lashley grabs a chair and hits Strowman across the back with it. The two fight up the stairs as Lashley goes after the rib section.

The two fight to the merchandise area. Lashley in control of the match as he sends Strowman into the cement wall. Right hands by Lashley. Security holding the fans back as Lashley taunts them. Lashley goes for a suplex but Strowman blocks it. Strowman lifts Lashley and sends him into the merchandise wall. The referee counts to seven as Lashley gets up. A right hand by Strowman as Lashey falls to the floor. The two fight out of the merchandise area and into the WWE Universe.

Strowman with a right hand as both men fight down the stairs towards the ring area. A big boot by Strowman takes Lashley out. The referee begins his count as Strowman tells the fans to move away. He goes through the fans, runs and a big shoulder block takes Lashley out. Strowman lifts Lashley up but Lashley lands on his feet. Lashley spears Strowman through the barricade as it falls and both men fall onto the outside of the ring. The referee begins his count but both men get back up.

A right hand by Lashley onto Strowman’s ribs. Lashley drives Strowman into the ring apron. The referee begins his count but Strowman gets up. Lashley slams Strowman’s head into the ring apron. Lashley runs around the ring and shoulder blocks Strowman over the German announce table. Lashley flips the announce table over and on top of Strowman. The referee begins his count but Strowman gets up at the count of nine and Lashley is in disbelief.

Strowman goes through the WWE Universe. Lashley runs, jumps on top of the barricade but Strowman catches him and Strowman throws Lashley into the international announce table. The referee counts to eight as Lashley stands up. A right hand by Strowman but Lashley hits him on the ribs. Lashley hits Strowman with a garbage can. A right hand by Strowman and Lashley falls. A kick to the face by Strowman followed by a right hand. The fans chant “This is awesome” as Strowman kicks Lashley in the face.

The two start fighting up the stairs. Lashley throws a fan onto Strowman as Strowman throws him away. Lashley with a right hand. Strowman hits Lashley with a chair. The two exchange right hands. Strowman lifts Lashley up and jumps off the second level through a table. The fans chant “ECW” as the referee begins his count. Strowman punches through a wall as the referee counts to 10 and Strowman gets the victory.

Winner: Braun Strowman

Charlie is backstage with AJ Styles along with Gallows and Anderson. Styles says Gallows and Anderson are like brothers and Ricochet was in the way when they started taking people down. Styles says Ricochet will be a huge WWE superstar but what he will take away from him is his United States championship. And that is two sweet as the three too sweet each other and walk away.

Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match – Daniel Bryan and Rowan (c’s) vs. The New Day vs. Heavy Machinery

Xavier Woods and Daniel Bryan start off the match. A rolling elbow by Woods. Tucker tags himself in for Bryan. Tucker with a shoulder block. Rowan is in for Tucker. Rowan with a clothesline onto Woods. He runs to the ropes and a big splash. He goes for the cover but Woods kicks out. A knee to the back of Xavier Woods by Rowan who then locks in a head lock. Woods gets out of it but Rowan throws him in the corner. Bryan is tagged in as they double team Woods.

Daniel Bryan rakes Woods in the eyes and stomps on his legs. Rowan is tagged in. Rowan with a pump handle backbreaker. Rowan knocks Big E off the ring apron. Bryan sends Big E into the steel steps. Back in the ring, Xavier with an inzighuri on Rowan.

Woods with a dropkick off the second rope and both men are down. Bryan is tagged in and as is Otis. A clothesline by Otis followed by a spinning slam. Bryan goes for a kick but Otis tosses Bryan across the ring. Otis with a splash on Bryan in the corner. Otis with the caterpillar. Tucker is tagged in as they double team Daniel Bryan. He goes for the cover but Bryan kicks out.

Big E is tagged in for Bryan. Big E with a belly to belly on Tucker. Big E with a splash but Tucker gets his knees up. Otis is tagged in. Otis lifts Big E up for a suplex and Tucker with a cross body off the top rope. Otis goes for the cover but Rowan breaks it up. Rowan with a modified slam onto Tucker. Everyone on the outside as Rowan takes Woods out. Bryan with a flying knee off the ring apron takes Woods out. Big E sends Rowan back to the outside. With Danie on the ring apron, big E spears Bryan through the ropes and onto the outside.

Otis is standing in the ring. Otis runs towards the ropes, stops, goes through the ropes, onto the ring apron and jumps off on them. Tucker climbs the top rope and a cross body onto Big E and Rowan on the outside. Tucker sends Big E into the ring and The Compactor. Otis goes for the cover but Woods breaks it up.

A double team onto Woods by Otis and Tucker. In comes Rowan but they attack him. A double splash by Heavy Machinery onto Rowan. A number of big splashes by both men onto Rowan in the corner. They lift Rowan onto the top turnbuckle. Heavy Machinery climb the second rope and go for a suplex. In comes Big E under them and he slams Heavy Machinery down. Bryan looks like he tagged himself in.

Rowan still on the turnbuckle. Big E with a super plex off. Bryan jumps off the top rope and a headbutt onto Big E. He gets the La Belle lock onto Big E in the ring. Big E drags himself below the bottom rope as Bryan breaks it up. Bryan with a kick to the chest but Big E doesn’t seem phased. Big E stands up as Bryan slaps him. He slaps him again but Big E is still standing. A clothesline by Big E takes Bryan out.

Big E picks Bryan up as Woods is tagged in. The midnight hour. Woods goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winners: New WWE Smackdown Live tag team champions, The New Day

Backstage, we see all six members of New Day celebrating. In comes Paul Heyman who grabs a microphone and goes to the stage. He introduces himself. Heyman says for the record, he is Philadelphia as the crowd cheers. Number two, he is the entire concept of extreme. And he will be damned if he leaves the city on an extreme show without being part of history. Therefore, here is your heads up, your spoiler. Tonight, here in that ring, his client Brock Lesnar will cash in the Money in the Bank contract. And he will have the honor and privilege of leaving the city with either the WWE champion or Universal champion, Brock Lesnar.

Paul Heyman says to say that in advance would make him a stupid son of a bitch. You have to ask, is he telling the truth or is he Paul Heyman? He throws the microphone and leaves.

United States championship – Ricochet (c) vs. AJ Styles with Gallows and Anderson

Ricochet gets in the ring but before the referee can ring the bell, Gallows and Anderson attack him. AJ Styles calls them off. The bell rings and AJ pushes Ricochet into the corner and stomps on him. Ricochet fights back with right hands. A drop kick by Ricochet as AJ slides to the ring apron grabbing the ropes. Ricochet approaches AJ as AJ trips Ricochet into the turnbuckle. AJ slides to the outside. Ricochet with a kick to the face and a backflip off the ring apron by Ricochet onto AJ Styles on the outside.

Anderson distracts Ricochet as AJ hits him from behind. AJ gets in the ring and out to break up the referee’s count. AJ throws Ricochet shoulder first into the ring post. AJ throws Ricochet into the ring. A slap to the chest by AJ onto Ricochet in the corner. AJ with a back breaker. He goes for the cover but Ricochet kicks out. A head lock by AJ but Ricochet gets out of it.

Ricochet with right hands and fists but AJ with a right hand of his own. Ricochet with an inzighuri. Ricochet slams AJ’s head into the turnbuckle. Ricochet flies off the top rope and a flying clothesline. Ricochet off the top rope and lands on Anderson and Gallows. Ricochet gets back in the ring and a moonsault off the second rope. He goes for the cover but AJ kicks out. A suplex by Ricochet. He goes for the cover but AJ kicks out again.

AJ is back up, Ricochet gets on the top rope but AJ catches him andslams his knee on Ricochet’s neck. AJ holds his knee. He goes for the Styles Clash but Ricochet pushes AJ into the corner. Ricochet grabs AJ but AJ reverses it into a suplex, slamming Ricochet into the corner. He goes for the cover but Ricochet kicks out.

AJ lifts Ricochet onto his shoulders but Ricochet lands on his feet and gets into a cover but AJ kicks out. AJ drops Ricochet on the mat. He goes for the cover but Ricochet kicks out. AJ goes for the Styles Clash but Ricochetlands on his feet. AJ with a kick, he gets on the ring apron. AJ goes for the phenomenal forearm, Ricochet ducks, AJ slams Ricochet face first . He goes for the cover but Ricochet kicks out.

AJ Styles goes for the Styles Clash but Ricochet reverses it into a cover but AJ kicks out. A forearm to the face by Ricochet as both men get up. An overhead kick by AJ Styles. Both men get back up but a brainbuster by AJ. He goes for the cover but Ricochet kicks out.

Styles lifts Ricochet and places him on the top turnbuckle. A right hand by AJ who climbs the second rope. Ricochet knocks AJ down. Styles quickly runs up but Ricochet slams AJ down. Ricochet climbs back the top rope and a shooting star press off the top rope. He goes for the cover but AJ’s foot is right below the ropes. Anderson grabs the referee’s attention and shows him AJ’s foot. The referee breaks up the count.

Ricochet climbs the top rope and Anderson is on the apron. Ricochet hits Anderson. The referee is distracted as Gallows trips up Ricochet on the top rope. With Ricochet hung up on the ropes, AJ climbs the second rope and hits the Styles Clash. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winner: New United States champion, AJ Styles

Kevin Owens vs. Dolph Ziggler

The bell rings. Ziggler slaps Owens as Owens hits him with the stunner. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winner: Kevin Owens

After the match, Owens says on Smackdown he said that every time Shane calls himself the best in the world, it makes everyone sick. And he stands by what he said. He fully expected to get here tonight and get suspended or even fired. The truth is that if Shane hadn’t been in the ring with the Undertaker, that may have happened. But he lives to see another day because after that tombstone piledriver, he speaks for himself, everyone in the locker room, arena and at home, Shane McMahon can kiss his ass and go straight to hell.

WWE championship match – Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Samoa Joe

Kalya is backstage with Samoa Joe. He says he is here to end Kofi. And he knows every member of the New Day dreams of leaving the arena as champions but it will be a nightmare because he will be the new WWE champion.

The bell rings and we are under way. A clothesline by Joe takes the champion out. Samoa Joe with right hands as Kofi gets into the corner. A slap to the chest by Joe onto Kofi. Samoa Joe trips Kofi down. Right forearms by Joe as he chokes Kofi onto the second rope. A right hand by Joe but Kofi with a right hand of his own. Kofi runs to the ropes but Joe with a shoulder block takes Kofi down.

A snapmare take down by Joe followed by a headlock. Joe sends Kofi to the corner and hits him with a kick to the neck. He goes for the cover but Kofi kicks out. Both men back up as Kofi starts with right hands of his own. A dropkick by Kofi as Joe rolls to the outside. Kofi runs to the ropes and goes for a suicide dive but a right hand by Joe slows the champion. Joe goes for the cover but Kofi kicks out.

Samoa Joe with a kick to the stomach. Kofi tries to fight back but Joe blocks it. Joe grabs Kofi’s middle finger and slams Kofi down. Kofi rolls to the outside. Joe sticks Kofi’s finger in between the two ring steps and jumps onto the top of the ring steps as Kofi screams in pain. Joe sends Kofi into the ring. Both men get back in the ring, Joe goes for a clothesline but Kofi with a slap to the chest. Kofi with a dropkick followed by a flying right hand.

Joe drops Kofi into the ropes but Kofi lands on his feet. Kofi off the top rope with a crossbody. He goes for the cover but Joe kicks out. Kofi with a headbutt. He runs to the ropes but a snap powerslam by Joe. He goes for the cover but Kofi kicks out. Joe with a powerbomb on Kofi turned into the STF. Kofi gets his foot on the bottom rope. Joe mockingly claps and taunts Kofi but Kofi lands the SOS. He goes for the cover as Joe kicks out.

Kofi Kingston back up, he runs towards Joe but Joe locks in the Coquina Clutch. Kofi gets the corner as Joe drops him. Joe with a slam on Kofi. He goes for the cover but Kofi kicks out. Joe with a right hand, he runs to the ropes but Kofi hits him with the Trouble in Paradise. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winner: Still WWE champion, Kofi Kingston

WWE Universal, Raw Women’s Championship Winners Take All Extreme Rules – Seth Rollis (c) and Becky Lynch (c) vs. Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans

The bell rings and Becky attacks Lacey from behind. A kick to the spine and face by Becky. Lacey makes the tag as Corbin and Seth are legal. In comes Seth who goes right after Corbin. A right hand by Seth. Corbin rolls to the outside of the ring. Corbin goes under the ring and grabs a kendo stick. He swings it at Seth but Seth ducks. He hits Corbin as the stick falls. A right hand by Corbin. He throws Seth onto the ring apron as Seth hits him with a kick. Back in the ring, Seth with a sling blade. In comes Lacey with the kendo. She goes to hit Seth but Seth catches her. Becky hits her from behind with a stick of her own.

Both Seth and Becky beat up on Corbin and Evans with kendo sticks. Corbin and Evans roll to the outside. A double baseball, suicide dive by Lynch and Rollins. Seth and Corbin are back in the ring and a chop to the chest by Seth. A forearm by Seth as Corbin goes to the outside. Seth with a suicide dive but Corbin hits him with a chair to the face. Corbin goes for the cover but Seth kicks out.

Baron Corbin with elbows to the face. Corbin grabs a chair and hits Seth on the back with it. Corbin goes for the cover but Seth kicks out. Lacey gives Corbin a second and third chair. Corbin sets two chairs up next to each other in the ring. He grabs Seth by the throat and goes to chokeslam him but Seth reverses it into a cover as Corbin kicks out. Seth grabs a chair but Corbin hits Seth. A DDT by Corbin onto the chair. He goes for the cover but Rollins kicks out.

Corbin hits Seth with a chair to the spine. Corbin sets a chair up in the corner. He slams Seth’s face into another chair in the ring. Corbin goes for a clothesline but an inzighuri by Rollins. Seth throws Corbin face first into the chair in the corner. Becky Lynch is tagged in.

Becky grabs a chair from under the ring. She attacks Lacey with the chair on the outside. She throws Lacey into the barricade. Lacey is thrown back into the ring. Becky grabs a chair and goes to hit Lacey but Lacey kicks the chair away. Becky sends Lacey face first off the chair. Becky sets up two chairs next to each other. Becky with the Becksploder onto the two chairs. The champion in control. Becky climbs the second rope and a leg drop with a chair on top of Lacey. She goes for the cover but Evans kicks out.

Lynch climbs the top rope but Corbin drags Evans away. Rollins with a kick to the face. He throws a chair to Corbin as Corbin catches it. Becky jumps off and a drop kick onto Corbin. Seth and Corbin fight to the outside of the ring. Lacey trips Becky. Lacey with an elbow onto Becky.

Evans climbs the second rope and hits the moonsault. She goes for the cover but Becky kicks out. Lavey is bleeding from the lip or mouth. Lacey goes for the woman’s rights but Becky goes for the disarm her, Evans turns it into a cover but Becky gets out of it. Becky with a reverse DDT. Seth is tagged in but he Corbin is on the outside of the ring.

Seth Rollins grabs a table from under the ring. Rollins and Lynch set up a table on the outside of the ring. Rollins grabs a second table  and they set it up next to the other one. Corbin with a low blow on Seth as Lacey throws Becky into the barricade. Seth is thrown into the time keeper’s area and Becky into the steel steps.

Baron Corbin and Seth Rollins are the legal men in the match. Corbin throws Seth in the ring and Corbin grabs two kendo sticks. He hands one to Lacey and keeps the other. The two start to hit Seth with the kendo sticks. In comes Becky but a double chokeslam by Corbin and Lacey. Corbin goes for the cover but Seth kicks out. Lacey throws Becky to the outside and Corbin throws Seth to the outside.

Corbin and Evans lift Rollins up but Rollins falls. In comes Lynch and a double suplex by Rollins and Becky takes Evans and Corbin out. Evans is placed on one table while Corbin is placed on the other. Seth climbs the top rope, Becky from the second rope. Frog splash from Rollins onto Corbin and a leg drop by Lynch onto Evans through the tables.

Rollins throws Corbin back in the ring. Rollins goes for the Curb Stomp but Corbin catches him and powerbombs him. Deep six by Corbin. He goes for the cover but Becky breaks it up. Lacey gets in the ring but Becky throws her to the outside. End of days by Corbin onto Becky as Seth watches. Seth attacks Corbin with the kendo stick. Multiple hits as he grabs a chair and begins beating on Corbin. Seth with the Curb Stomp. Evans walks away. Seth with another stomp. Seth with a third stomp. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winners: Still champions, Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch

Brock Lesnar’s music hits. Out comes Lesnar with Paul Heyman and the briefcase. Lesnar gets om the ring and hits Seth with two German suplexes. The referee tells the referee to cash it in. The announcement is made and Lesnar is cashing in the Money in the Bank.

WWE Universal Money in the Bank Match Cash In – Seth Rollins (c) vs. Brock Lesnar

The bell rings. Lesnar with an F5 on Rollins. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winner: New Universal champion, Brock Lesnar

Kickoff Results:

Shinsuka Nakamura defeated Finn Balor to win the Intercontinental title

Drew Gulak defeated Tony Nese to retain the cruiserweight title.

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M.A LeBlanc <![CDATA[Mysterious Q]]> http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=180084 2019-07-15T18:01:14Z 2019-07-15T02:25:21Z Title History WOW cruiserweight title defeating Panther (June 13, 2008); WOW.com title wining a rumble match (December 11, 2009); ROW heavyweight title defeating The Samoan Beast (July 26, 2014); ROW heavyweight title defeating Fallah Bahh (August 8, 2015); ROW Texas title defeating Rex Andrews (November 11, 2017); ROW Texas title defeating Ayden Cristiano (August 11, […]]]>

Title History

  • WOW cruiserweight title defeating Panther (June 13, 2008);
  • WOW.com title wining a rumble match (December 11, 2009);
  • ROW heavyweight title defeating The Samoan Beast (July 26, 2014);
  • ROW heavyweight title defeating Fallah Bahh (August 8, 2015);
  • ROW Texas title defeating Rex Andrews (November 11, 2017);
  • ROW Texas title defeating Ayden Cristiano (August 11, 2018);

Career Highlights

  • June 13, 2008 – WOW: The Mysterious Q defeated Panther to win the cruiserweight title.
  • August 8, 2008 – WOW: Goldenboi Zamora vs. Mysterious Q ended in a draw.
  • October 10, 2008 – WOW: Mysterious Q vs. Steve DeMarco in a best 2/3 falls match ended in a 1-1 draw. Mysterious Q retains the cruiserweight title.
  • November 14, 2008 – WOW: Silky Baines defeated Mysterious Q.
  • December 12, 2008 – WOW: The Golden Prince defeated Mysterious Q and Galan Ramirez in a 3-way match to win the cruiserweight title.
  • January 9, 2009 – WOW: Mysterious Q defeated Shawn Mills.
  • February 13, 2009 – WOW: The Suicide Messiah defeated Mysterious Q.
  • March 13, 2009 – WOW: The Russian Destroyer defeated Mysterious Q.
  • April 10, 2009 – WOW: Galan Ramirez defeated Mysterious Q.
  • July 10, 2009 – NWA Texas: Gabe The Babe defeated Mysterious Q and Shawn Vexx in a 3-way match to retain the NWA Texas junior heavyweight title.
  • August 14, 2009 – WOW: Austin Rhodes vs. Mysterious Q ended in a no contest.
  • December 11, 2009 – WOW: The Mysterious Q won the vacant title WOW.com title battle royal.
  • January 8, 2010 – WOW: The Mysterious Q defeated Krusher Kong by disqualification to retain the WOW.com title.
  • February 12, 2010 – WOW: Brother Luthor defeated The Mysterious Q to win the WOW.com title.
  • March 12, 2010 – WOW: The Mysterious Q defeated Skitzo.
  • May 14, 2010 – WOW: Joey Figueroa defeated Mysterious Q to retain the heavyweight title.
  • June 11, 2010 – WOW: Jaykus Plisken defeated ACH and The Mysterious Q in a 3-way match.
  • August 13, 2010 – WOW: Zen Zen defeated The Mysterious Q.
  • September 10, 2010 – WOW: The Mysterious Q defeated Jaykus Plisken.
  • October 8, 2010 – WOW: Davey Vega defeated The Mysterious Q.
  • November 12, 2010 – WOW: Greg Symonds defeated The Mysterious Q to retain the heavyweight title.
  • April 13, 2012 – NWA Houston: Kevin Douglas vs. Mysterious Q ended in a no contest. Douglas retains the NWA junior heavyweight title.
  • May 11, 2012 – NWA Houston: Kevin Douglas (c) [World Junior] and Rudy Russo defeated David Duperon (c) [Lone Star Junior] and The Mysterious Q.
  • June 8, 2012 – NWA Houston: Mysterious Q defeated King Fale.
  • July 13, 2012 – NWA Houston: The Mysterious Q defeated Rudy Russo.
  • August 10, 2012 – NWA Houston: Byron Wilcott defeated The Mysterious Q.
  • October 12, 2012 – NWA Houston: Mike Dell defeated The Mysterious Q.
  • July 13, 2013 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Ryan Davidson.
  • August 10, 2013 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Jared Wayne.
  • October 12, 2013 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated AJ Summers.
  • November 9, 2013 – ROW TV Taping: Ryan Davidson defeated The Mysterious Q to take a 1-0 lead.
  • December 24, 2013 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Ryan Davidson to even up the best of 3 series at 1.
  • January 11, 2014 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Ryan Davidson to take a 2-1 lead.
  • February 15, 2014 – ROW TV Taping: Ryan Davidson defeated Mysterious Q to even up the best of 3 series at 2.
  • July 26, 2014 – ROW: The Mysterious Q defeated The Samoan Beast in a steel cage match to win the heavyweight title.
  • September 13, 2014 – ROW TV Taping: Alex Reigns and The Mysterious Q defeated Jared Steele and Raj Singh. The Mysterious Q defeated Jared Steele by disqualification to retain the heavyweight title.
  • October 11, 2014 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Bob Holly to retain the heavyweight title.
  • November 8, 2014 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Jared Steele by disqualification to retain the heavyweight title.
  • December 13, 2014 – ROW: The Mysterious Q (c) [ROW] defeated Mario Bokara (c) [PWS] by disqualification, both champion retains.
  • December 13, 2014 – ROW: Team PWS (Dan Maff, Desirable Dustin, Fallah Bahh, Gigolo Justin and Mario Bokara) vs. Team ROW (Abel Andrew Jackson, Alex Reigns, Rex Andrews, Ryan Davidson and The Mysterious Q) in a tag team elimination match ended in a no contest.
  • January 10, 2015 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Fallah Bahh by disqualification to retain the heavyweight title.
  • January 23, 2015 – WildKat/ROW: Alex Reigns and Mysterious Q defeated Curt Matthews and Korey Konstantine.
  • January 24, 2015 – WildKat/ROW: Alex Reigns, Mysterious Q and Rob Barnes defeated Bu Ku Dao, Luke Hawx and Stevie Richards.
  • February 21, 2015 – ROW: The Mysterious Q defeated Abel Andrew Jackson to retain the heavyweight title.
  • March 14, 2015 – ROW TV Taping: Fallah Bahh defeated The Mysterious Q to win the heavyweight title.
  • March 20, 2015 – WildKat: Luke Hawx, Mason Ryan and Shane Taylor defeated Alex Reigns, Mysterious Q and Ryan Davidson by disqualification.
  • April 11, 2015 – ROW: Fallah Bahh defeated The Mysterious Q to retain the heavyweight title.
  • May 16, 2015 – WildKat: Bu Ku Dao and Stevie Richards defeated Ryan Davidson and The Mysterious Q.
  • August 8, 2015 – ROW: The Mysterious Q defeated Fallah Bahh in a steel cage match to win the heavyweight title.
  • September 11, 2015 – WildKat: Shane Taylor defeated Erik Lockhart and Mysterious Q in a handicap match.
  • September 12, 2015 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated The Pride to retain the heavyweight title.
  • September 12, 2015 – ROW TV Taping: Gino defeated The Mysterious Q to win the heavyweight title.
  • October 10, 2015 – ROW TV Taping: Gino defeated Ryan Davidson and The Mysterious Q in a 3-way match to retain the heavyweight title.
  • November 27, 2015 – 1st Annual Showcase Of Champions: The Mysterious Q defeated Ryan Davidson to retain the heavyweight title.
  • November 28, 2015 – WrestleCade: Papadon (c) [AML] vs. The Mysterious Q (c) [ROW] ended in a no contest. Both champions retained their titles.
  • December 12, 2015 – ROW: The Mysterious Q defeated Ryan Davidson.
  • February 6, 2016 – ROW: Ryan Davidson defeated The Mysterious Q in a steel cage match.
  • February 27, 2016 – ROW TV Taping: Abel Andrew Jackson and The Mysterious Q defeated Ministers Of Defense (Minister Bryant and Minister Deandre). The Mysterious Q defeated Alex Reigns.
  • March 19, 2016 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Alex Reigns.
  • April 9, 2016 – ROW: Marcellus Black and Mysterious Q defeated Ryan Davidson and Stevie Ray by disqualification.
  • May 14, 2016 – ROW TV Taping: Rex Andrews defeated Bryan Keith, Terrale Tempo and Mysterious Q in a 4-way elimination match to retain the heavyweight title.
  • June 11, 2016 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Ayden Cristiano. Marcellus Black defeated Big Sean Studd and The Mysterious Q in a 3-way match to become #1 contender for the heavyweight title.
  • July 16, 2016 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Owen Knight.
  • July 23, 2016 – VCW: JJ Blake and Mysterious Q defeated Gino and Ryan Davidson.
  • June 10, 2017 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Sean Studd.
  • August 12, 2017 – ROW: The Mysterious Q defeated Rex Andrews by disqualification. Andrews retains the Texas title.
  • October 7, 2017 – ROW TV Taping: Rex Andrews defeated The Mysterious Q in a submission match to retain the Texas title.
  • October 21, 2017 – ComPro: Michael Wolf defeated Mysterious Q to retain the heavyweight title.
  • November 11, 2017 – ROW: The Mysterious Q defeated Rex Andrews to win the Texas title.
  • December 9, 2017 – ROW: The Mysterious Q defeated Johnny Impact and Rex Andrews in a 3-way match to retain the Texas title.
  • January 12, 2018 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Ayden Cristiano by disqualification to retain the Texas title.
  • February 10, 2018 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q vs. Ayden Cristiano ended in a double count-out. Mysterious Q retains the Texas title.
  • February 24, 2018 – DCW Vol 1: Matt Lancie and Scott Murdoch defeated Mysterious Q and Ryan Davidson.
  • March 17, 2018 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Ayden Cristiano to take a 1-0 lead in the best of 3 series.
  • April 14, 2018 – ROW: Ayden Cristiano defeated The Mysterious Q to even up the best of 3 series at 1-1.
  • May 12, 2018 – ROW: Ayden Cristiano defeated The Mysterious Q to take a 2-1 lead in the best of 3 series.
  • June 9, 2018 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Ayden Cristiano to even up the best of 3 series 2-2.
  • July 14, 2018 – ROW TV Taping: Ayden Cristiano [2] vs. The Mysterious Q [2] ended in a no contest, this match was for the vacant Texas title and to finish the best of 3 series.
  • August 11, 2018 – ROW: Mysterious Q defeated Ayden Cristiano to win the vacant Texas title.
  • September 8, 2018 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Cameron Cole to retain the Texas title.
  • October 13, 2018 – ROW TV Taping: The Mysterious Q defeated Devin Devine to retain the Texas title.
  • November 10, 2018 – ROW TV Taping: Ryan Davidson defeated The Mysterious Q and Mike Orlando in a 3-way match to win the Texas title.
  • December 29, 2018 – ROW: Ryan Davidson defeated The Mysterious Q to retain the Texas title.
  • February 9, 2019 – ROW TV Taping: Devin Devine and Mik Drake defeated Mike Orlando and Mysterious Q.
  • March 1, 2019 – HMW: Gino defeated The Mysterious Q.
  • March 9, 2019 – ROW TV Taping: Mike Orlando and Mysterious Q defeated La Familia (Diego de la Cruz and Jonathan Vega).
  • April 13, 2019 – ROW: Mysterious Q was in the vacant heavyweight title battle royal won by Ryan Davidson.
  • May 11, 2019 – ROW TV Taping: Mike Orlando and Mysterious Q defeated Iseah and January.
  • May 24, 2019 – HMW: Moonshine Mantell defeated Gino, Kody Lane, Nate Jolly and The Mysterious Q i na 5-way match to become #1 contender for the Bexar Knuckles title.
  • July 6, 2019 – Impact Wrestling/ROW Deep Impact: Moose defeated Mysterious Q.
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