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2/19/2006 6:37 PM

WWE SUMMERSLAM

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WWE SummerSlam Pre-Show:

- The 2015 WWE SummerSlam Kickoff pre-show opens live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn with Renee Young, Corey Graves, Byron Saxton and Booker T. We see fans finding their seats in the background.

- We go backstage to Tom Phillips in the social media lounge. Fans can submit questions for Neville and Stephen Amell with the Twitter hashtag #WWEArrows. Phillips shows us some of the fan art that has been made for this match. We go back to the panel and they talk about Jon Stewart hosting tonight's show. The panel discusses tonight's match with Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose vs. The Wyatt Family. Booker says he's going with the "craziest team" but they're not sure which is the craziest. We get a video for Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker.

- We see Jon Stewart backstage talking to John Cena about Seth Rollins. Stewart introduces his son and gets him an autograph. Stewart jokes like he's going to sell the autograph because he's retired and needs money now. We get a video for tonight's "Winner Takes All" co-main event. The panel talks about the match next. Booker says Cena is fighting for his legacy and this is big. Graves says Rollins hasn't received the respect he deserves since being champion. We get a video with highlights from SummerSlam week in New York City. We get discussion for Cesaro vs. Kevin Owens now. Graves predicts Owens, Saxton wonders if Owens can even walk after last night. Owens comes walking over to the panel as fans pop. Booker backtracks on his comments about Owens being jealous of Cesaro. Owens says Cesaro is the one who's jealous. Owens says he's going to turn the "Cesaro Section" into the "silent section" tonight. Owens yells in Booker's face, asking if he "digs that" before walking off. We get a video for tonight's Divas Revolution match.

- Booker likes Team PCB for tonight's match, Saxton picks Team BAD and Graves reminds us that Team Bella has stepped up lately. We go to another break. We get discussion for tonight's WWE Tag Team Title and WWE Intercontinental Title matches. They also discuss Sheamus vs. Randy Orton. Rich Brennan gets comments from Sheamus backstage and he's ready to put Orton away. JoJo is backstage with Stephanie McMahon. She says tonight's match will establish the dominant Divas team. She says all of the Divas division has risen to the occasion since her announcement on RAW a few weeks back. She talks about women being dominant worldwide, naming Ronda Rousey, Serena Williams and the two women who finished the Army Rangers course. JoJo asks for a prediction and Stephanie won't give one but says she's anxious to see who wins because "to the victor goes the spoils."

- We end up backstage with Phillips, Neville and Stephen Amell for fan questions. Neville says the biggest road block he's had is his size because WWE is the land of the giants. They say "never say never" in regards to Neville possibly appearing on Neville. Amell admits he is nervous for his debut and touts how big SummerSlam at the Barclays Center is. He says he's always nervous but in a positive way... such as before big scenes on set. Neville says they're making sure this match won't be forgotten tonight. We go back to the panel for discussion on Rusev vs. Dolph Ziggler. We come back from a break for discussion on tonight's main event. Graves goes with Lesnar, Saxton goes with The Undertaker and Booker believes Taker will dominate. We go to a video for Taker and Brock to wrap up the pre-show.

WWE SummerSlam Opener:

The show opens with Jon Stewart in the ring. He asks the fans what’s up, and welcomes them to SummerSlam. Stewart says no sleep ’til, and let’s the crowd finish with Brooklyn. Stewart says ten of the best bouts you will witness will happen tonight. He’s spent a lot of time in the world of politics, it’s nice to be back in reality. The difference between politics and what you’ll see tonight is the WWE SuperStars respect their audience. Stewart name checks a couple of wrestlers, Rusev, Ziggler, Orton, Sheamus, Reigns, Ambrose, Rollins, Cena, Lesnar, and the Undertaker. Stewart says he’s one of those guys who’s still angry about Lesnar ending the streak. He wanted to come here tonight to tell Lesnar how he feels. As a small, weak man, he knew he’d need backup. So he’s going to interview Lesnar, but he wanted to bring out a friend in the Hardcore Legend, Mick Foley! Foley comes out to a big pop from the fans.

Big Foley chants from the crowd as Steward and Mick hug each other. Foley says he’s got a funny story to tell right here in Brooklyn, New York. He says a couple of days ago when Jon called him, the connection was a little bit fuzzy, but Mick had the phone against his missing ear, so it was his bad. He thought Stewart wanted him to come here to interview ‘Rock’, cause he missed the ‘B’. Had Foley known, this conversation would not be happening. Stewart can’t believe that Foley is afraid of Brock Lesnar. Foley says that’s exactly what he’s saying. He’s terrified of Lesnar. Stewart reminds Foley of his Hell in a Cell match against Taker. He says it was inspiring. Foley says it was inspiring, and emotional, and 17 YEARS AGO! Stewart had just begun his Daily Show run. Foley says with everywhere he’s been, he’s never visited Suplex City, and he’s not starting now, so Stewart is on his own. He tells Stewart to have a nice day, and Stewart says ‘let’s just go, then’. The two exit the ring, and we go to a video package highlighting tonight’s show.

- The pyro hits, and Michael Cole welcomes us to the show and Randy Orton’s music hits. The Viper comes out to a decent pop from the crowd.

Sheamus is out next, and the Irishman doesn’t get nearly as warm a welcome from the fans.

Randy Orton vs. Sheamus

The bell rings, and Orton and Sheamus begin circling each other. Big ‘you look stupid’ chants from the fans. Orton goes for an immediate RKO, but Sheamus gets out of it and heads to the outside. Sheamus grabs a mic and says he does not look stupid, the fans look stupid, as does everyone watching around the world. Sheamus says fans will respect the ‘hawk. Orton pulls Sheamus down from atop the announce table and brings things into the ring. Orton gets in a couple of rights and a big uppercut before connecting with a dropkick. Sheamus heads to the outside and Orton follows. Sheamus sends Orton into the ring post and follows it up with a clothesline. Sheamus brings things back into the ring and heads to the top rope, dropping a huge knee on Orton.

Sheamus connects with a knee drop and kick to the chest. Sheamus whips Orton into the corner hard and Orton crumples to the mat. Sheamus poses to a ton of heat from the crowd. Sheamus stomps away at Orton repeatedly, then drops him with a huge across the knee backbreaker. Sheamus connects with a second backbreaker before letting Orton fall to the mat. Sheamus spikes up his mohawk to even more heat. Sheamus drives a knee into Orton’s back, then clamps on a rear chinlock. Orton fights up to his feet and out of the hold, hitting Sheamus with a big right before running right into a knee to the gut from Sheamus. Sheamus puts his knee across Orton’s throat to choke him for a big before it’s broken up.

Orton hits Sheamus with a series of big uppercuts, but Sheamus comes right back with a big back elbow. Sheamus goes right back into the rear chin lock, and Orton fights up to his feet once more. Orton fights out of the hold, but is sent into the corner. Sheamus drives his shoulder into Orton’s midsection and hits a running knee lift. Orton connects with a couple of big clotheslines and his across the back, backbreaker, sending Sheamus to the ring apron. Orton tries for his suspension DDT, but Sheamus fights out of it. Sheamus shoulders Orton, but Orton fights out and hits an exploder suplex to send Sheamus over the top rope and out to the floor. Orton brings things back into the ring and hits a running clothesline in the corner. Orton mounts Sheamus in the corner and hits a series of rights, but Sheamus gets out of it and drives Orton face first into the top turnbuckle before hitting a running powerslam that’s good for a two count.

Sheamus locks in a modified cloverleaf, but Orton is able to make it to the bottom rope to break the hold. Orton looks to be busted open over his eyebrow. Orton avoids a Brogue kick and connects with a snap powerslam that’s good for a two count.

Orton charges right into a big boot from Sheamus in the corner. Sheamus goes for the top rope, but Orton stops him and executes a suspension DDT from the top rope. Orton drops down to the mat to set up for the RKO and Sheamus rolls out to the apron. Sheamus catches Orton with a shoulder to the gut, and ties up Orton’s arms from the outside, hitting a couple of clubbing blows to the chest, and a big right to the side of Orton’s head. Sheamus slingshots himself into the ring, right into an RKO, but Sheamus rolls back to the outside and falls to the floor.

Orton heads out to the floor and stalks around Sheamus before rolling him back into the ring. Orton backs away from Sheamus to set up for the punt, but Orton misses and Sheamus shoulders Orton for White Noise, which is good for a two count.

More ‘you look stupid’ chants as Sheamus pulls himself up in the corner. Sheamus psychs himself up and tries for the Brogue kick, but he misses. Orton tries for the RKO, but can’t connect. Sheamus connects with two Brogue kicks in a row, finally putting Orton down for the three count.

Winner: Sheamus

- We get a video package that shows a couple of WWE fans being treated to a SummerSlam experience package provided by Draftkings.com.

WWE Tag Team Titles
Fatal 4 Way Match
The New Day vs. The Lucha Dragons vs. Los Matadores vs. The Prime Time Players


Back in the arena, New Day make their way to the ring to a decent amount of clapping from the fans. Woods says they know how their city is used to feeling gross and disgusting, so they brought some positivity. Look how clean they are and how good they look. Kofi says today they’re going to teach them about something called ‘hip-hop’, something New York doesn’t know anything about. Hip Hop originated in the south. So it goes a little something like this, he says Jay Z tried this, but failed. Everyone gets their pitch pipes out, and Kofi sings ‘let’s hear it for New Day, negativity won’t effect us’, and Big E calls all the other tag teams ‘booty’, to the tune of ‘Empire state of mind’. New Day try to get a ‘New Day rocks’ chant started, but they’re interrupted by the Lucha Dragons.

Lucha Dragons make their way out to a bit more love from the crowd. Los Matadores and Prime Time Players are out next in quick succession, which seems a bit weird with as much time as New Day got on the mic.

The bell rings and it looks like Titus and Big E will kick things off. Kofi tags Titus, and Big E tries to steal a pin quickly, but it’s broken up. Sin Cara tags Big E out, and he gets in a couple of quick shots on Kofi. Kofi hits a springboard move that looks botched for a near fall. Sin Cara shoulders Kofi and tags out to Kalisto. Sin Cara hits a running senton and monkey flips Kalisto on top of Kofi for a two count. Big E tags in, and slaps Kalisto across the face. Kalisto scores with a couple of kicks and trips Big E up before hitting a kick to the side of Big E’s face. Big E grabs Kalisto and tosses him into the ropes, only to eat a huge enzugiri. Darren Young tags in and rolls Kalisto up for two. Kalisto and Young avoid each other’s moves for a bit, then lock up. Kalisto hits Young with a back elbow and is tagged out by Kofi. Kofi eats a big clothesline from Young.

Young hits Kofi with a neckbreaker for two before tagging out to Big E. Young hits a big elbow that sends Kofi to the outside. Young crawls out after Kofi, but Big E, who got the blind tag, splashes Young on the apron. One of the matadors tags in and tries to steal the pin, but doesn’t get it. Quick tags from the matadors lead to another near fall, then a double suplex on Young. Kofi tags in to the mat, and stomps away at Young in the corner. Quick tags from New Day allow both members to stomp away while Woods screams encouragement. Big E whips Kofi into the corner where he hits a big dropkick to Young’s chest that’s good for a two count. Kofi locks Young in a rear chin lock, pulling back hard.

Young tries to make a tag, but he’s pushed back into New Day’s corner. Big E tags in and hits a chestbreaker that’s followed up with a knee to the side of the head from Kofi. Big E catches Young in an abdominal stretch and slaps Young’s side along to the ‘New Day sucks’ chant. Young breaks out of the hold and hits a series of big chops, but Big E responds with a back elbow to the face that’s good for a near fall. Kofi tags back in and stomps away at Young before picking him up and hitting a big uppercut. Young is able to fight out of the hostile corner, and counters a top rope move from Kofi into an atomic drop. Young makes the tag to Titus who comes in and hits a huge big boot to Kofi. Young catches Kalisto coming off the top and hits a backbreaker and tosses him away. Titus catches one of the matadors and hits three backbreakers across his knee before tossing him aside. Titus hits a splash in the corner on both a matador and Kofi. The other matador makes a blind tag and hits a top rope splash on Titus, but Cara breaks it up. Cara hits a sloppy hurricanrana, and goes for a suicide dive to the outside, but he’s caught with a dropkick from one of the matadors.

The matador fights off Titus, and is pushed off the top by Woods. El Torito goes to the top and leaps out to the floor, but is caught by Woods. Woods drops him hard on the floor, but he gets a backbreaker on the apron from Young. Big E spears Young to the floor through the ropes, and back in the ring, Titus and one of the matador’s fight in the corner. Cara comes in and stops the matador from going to the top. Kalisto comes in as well and the matador falls to the floor in what looks to be an unplanned spot. The other matador goes up, and Lucha Dragons set up for a double superplex while being powerbombed by Titus. Kofi makes the blind tag. Titus hits the clash of the Titus, and Big E sends Titus from the ring. Kofi pins the matador, and this one’s over.

Winner and NEW WWE Tag Team Champions: New Day

New Day celebrate in the ring after the match, dancing with their new titles.

Backstage:

Jon Stewart is alongside Neville, Stephen Amell, and a young kid. The lights go out, and Undertaker walks by, followed by smoke. The lights come back on and Stewart asks if the two can sign the kid’s (I’m guessing his son) shirt. He says don’t make it out to Jon, just sign.

- The announcers recap some of the recent history between Dolph Ziggler and Rusev, that includes a rivalry between Summer Rae and Lana.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Rusev

Dolph Ziggler’s music hits, and it looks like we’re ready for the next match. Ziggler makes his way out with Lana, who’s wearing a take off of her business suit, made out of what looks to be denim.

Rusev is out next, of course accompanied by Summer Rae, who’s in a sequined business suit.

The bell rings and the two men jaw at each other for a bit. Ziggler hits a big head butt and a couple of right hands before being kicked away by Rusev. Rusev tries for a suplex but Ziggler fights out of it and hits a dropkick. Ziggler takes Rusev into the corner and mounts him with a series of right hands. Rusev pushes Ziggler away and Ziggler tries for a splash in the corner, but misses and connects with the turnbuckle. Rusev stomps away at Ziggler repeatedly, enough to get a two count. Rusev chokes Ziggler against the bottom rope for a bit before picking him up and hitting him with a kick to the chest.

Rusev picks up Ziggler and locks him into a bear hug, grinding Ziggler down. Ziggler is able to fight out of the hold with right hands and head butts before connecting with a big enzugiri. Rusev catches Ziggler out of the air and hits a huge black hole slam that’s good for a two count.

Ziggler hits a couple of big right hands and a kick to the gut, but Rusev is quick to respond with a couple of clubbing blows of his own. Rusev tries for a press slam, but Ziggler is able to counter into a big DDT on the way down.

Ziggler blocks rights from Rusev and responds with shots of his own. Ziggler avoids a splash in the corner and hits a couple of clotheslines, and a big splash in the corner, followed by a neckbreaker. Ziggler hits a huge leaping elbow drop, but it’s only good enough for a one count. Ziggler slides between the legs of Rusev, but gets up and walks right into a back heel kick from Rusev that’s good for a near fall.

Rusev heads up to the top, but Ziggler pulls him down with a big facebuster from the top that’s good for a two count. Ziggler tries for the superkick, but Rusev blocks it and hits a modified Saito suplex. Rusev hits a big flipping senton, but Ziggler is still able to kick out at two.

Rusev waits for Ziggler to stand, but missed with a big kick. Ziggler tries for a hurricanrana, but is caught. Ziggler turns it into a roll up for two. Ziggler is able to trap Rusev in the sleeper, but Rusev doesn’t even go to a knee before grabbing the ropes. Ziggler pulls him off, but Rusev still doesn’t go off of his feet. Rusev breaks the hold by backing Dolph into the corner. Rusev misses a splash, and Ziggler connects with the rocker dropper, but it’s only good for another two count.

Ziggler goes for the sleeper again, but he’s shrugged off and thrown to the mat. Rusev connects with a huge kick to the gut, and yells that he’s going to crush. Rusev stomps Ziggler’s back and traps Ziggler in the accolade. On the outside, Lana slaps Summer Rae, and Rusev breaks the hold. Rusev screams at Lana and Ziggler rolls to the floor. Rusev heads out after Ziggler, and he’s stumped by huge ‘Lana’ chants from the crowd. Rusev hold Ziggler up in front of Lana, and Summer Rae attacks Lana from behind. Ziggler hits Rusev with a superkick on the outside, and Ziggler tries to beat the count, but both men are counted out.

Double Count Out

Dolph heads right back out after Rusev, and Rusev catches Ziggler with a shot to the throat. Rusev brings things back in the ring, and Ziggler mounts Rusev with a series of punches. Summer Rae attacks Ziggler, and then Lana pulls Summer off. The two go at it until they’re seperated by Ziggler and Rusev, and this crowd loves Lana.

Lana and Ziggler stand tall in the ring as Rusev and Summer Rae make their way to the back.

- Cole says that tonight Hollywood comes to SummerSlam, and tosses it to a video package that’s pretty awesome and comic book themed, hyping the next match between King Barrett and Stardust vs. Neville and Stephen Amell.

King Barrett and Stardust vs. Stephen Amell and Neville

King Barrett is the first man to make his way out for the next match, wearing his goofy metallic shoulder pads and carrying his crowd. Stardust is out next, and the two make their way to the ring together to a bit of a lackluster reaction from the crowd.

Neville’s music hits, and he makes his way out first, looking to have a bit of trouble with his cape on his way down the aisle. Amell actually gets an entrance of his own, wearing an Arrow inspired hoodie. They too don’t get much of a reaction, but the crowd at least seems a little excited to see Neville.

The bell rings and Neville and Barrett look to kick things off. We get a lock up and Barrett pulls Neville into the corner by his hair. Neville ducks a clothesline, and flips out of the corner and into a cross body to Barrett. Neville connects with a hurricanrana, and calls for Stardust to come into the ring. Stardust tags in and says he wants Amell.

Amell tags in and leaps into the ring in the exact same way that Stardust did. Stardust shoves Amell to the mat, but Amell responds with a big running boot to the chest, which seems to shock Stardust. Stardust hits Amell with a knee to the gut, then shoves his face to the mat. Amell tries for a clothesline but misses. Amell lands on his feet to avoid a belly to back suplex, then connects with a hip toss.

Stardust tags out to Barrett, who comes in and shoves Amell into the corner. Barrett hits a big right hand and kicks at Amell’s chest before shouldering the Arrow star. Amell fights out of it and leap frogs Barrett, but Barrett connects with a boot to the gut. Stardust tags back into the match and stomps away at Amell in the corner. Barrett tags back in and hits Amell with a big right hand to the gut before choking him on the middle rope. Barrett ties Amell up in the ropes and hits him with a couple of big knees to the head before hitting a kick that sends Amell to the floor. Stardust attacks on the outside while Barrett distracts the ref. Barrett brings things back into the ring and Stardust tags in, stomping away at Amell before standing on his hand.

Stardust hits a big front suplex, but Amell kicks out at two. Amell goes for a kick, but Stardust catches the foot. Amell connects with a pretty nice enzugiri. Barrett makes the tag, but so does Amell. Neville comes in and dropkicks Stardust off the apron before hitting Barrett with a series of kicks. Neville hits a running elbow and a kick to the side of the head in the corner. Neville heads to the middle rope and hits a phoenix splash! Stardust breaks up the pin. Neville sends both men to the floor, and Amell heads to the top rope, leaping off with a cross body. Amell sends Barrett back into the ring and Neville heads to the top rope. Neville connects with the red arrow, and this one is over.

Winners: Neville and Stephen Amell

- We get a look at some of the media that’s been done for SummerSlam heading into tonight’s show, including coverage by ESPN.

WWE Intercontinental Title
Triple Threat Match
The Miz vs. Big Show vs. Ryback


Back in the arena, The Big Show makes his way down to the ring for the next match. Fans don’t seem too excited to see Show. Miz is out next, and again, the fans don’t seem too thrilled that Miz is in the building.

Ryback is the last man to make his way to the ring, and while his welcome is a bit warmer, it doesn’t appear that the fans are too terribly excited for this match.

The bell rings, and Show attacks Ryback right away while Miz ducks to the outside. Ryback backs Show into the corner and buries his shoulder in Show’s midsection, but Show responds with a big chop to the chest before stomping on Ryback’s back. Miz gets in a cheap shot, then runs into the ring. Show tries for a double chokeslam, but Ryback and Miz break it up. Miz and Ryback try for a double suplex, but they both get suplexed by Show instead. Show heads up to the middle rope, and leaps off with a crazy senton. Miz tries to steal the pin, but Ryback kicks out at two. Show backs Miz into the corner and hits him with a couple of huge chops. Show hits both men with running clotheslines in the corner. Ryback takes out Show at the knee, then catches Miz leaping off the top rope and plants him with a body slam. Ryback pins Miz, but only gets two. Ryback heads to the top rope and leaps off with a giant splash, but walks right into a huge chokeslam on top of Miz from Big Show. Show pins Ryback, but Ryback kicks out at two.

Show calls for the KO punch on Ryback, but Ryback ducks it and puts Show down with a spinebuster. Ryback follows it up with a big splash, then he tries for the meat hook clothesline. Show catches Ryback around the throat, but Ryback fights out and hits Show with the shellshock. Miz hits Ryback with the SCF out of nowhere, but Ryback won’t stay down. Miz tries to pin Show, then Ryback, then Show, then Ryback, but he can’t keep either man down for three. Ryback pops up and shoulders Miz, but then walks into a big KO punch from Show. Show pins Ryback, but it’s broken up by Miz. Miz pins Ryback, but it’s broken up by Show. Show grabs Miz around the throat, but Miz fights out of it and runs right into a KO punch. Ryback ducks a KO punch and clotheslines Show over the top. Ryback pins Miz, and get the three count.

Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: Ryback

Backstage:

Jon Stewart makes his way to Brock Lesnar’s dressing room. He knocks, and Paul Heyman walks out. Stewart asks what Lesnar’s up to, and Heyman says now’s not a good time. Heyman asks what happened when Stewart’s guy fought Heyman’s beast. Stewart says he’s a wrestling fan, and had a streak that was 21-0. People remember Joe DiMaggio’s streak, not the guy who ended it. He asks if Heyman was happy to see the fans faces when they didn’t get to see magic and perfection. Heyman and Lesnar gave them coal on Christmas. He asks what Heyman has to say about that. Heyman pauses for a moment and sings ‘Glory, glory Brock Lesnar’. Heyman says he guesses they couldn’t get David Letterman to host the show tonight before going into Lesnar’s dressing room to complain about Stewart.

Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper vs. Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose

Back in the arena (man this show is moving fast), Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper make their way out amongst a sea of cell phones lighting up the arena. Wyatt doesn’t get a loud reaction, but the sight itself shows lots of Bray Wyatt fans in the arena.

Dean Ambrose is the first man to make his way to the ring for the next match, followed shortly by Roman Reigns, who of course makes his way to the ring through the crowd to a pretty nice pop.

Ambrose and Harper start things off, immediately tearing into each other. Ambrose hits a flying clothesline and a series of punches to Harper’s face before hitting a bulldog out of the corner. Reigns stops Wyatt from interfering with a big right hand, before he sends Harper over the top rope and to the outside. Ambrose heads out after Harper with a suicide dive. Harper catches Ambrose with a kick to the gut, and Reigns leaps in out of nowhere with a flying clothesline to Harper. Reigns tosses Wyatt into the timekeeper’s area, and Ambrose runs across the announcer’s tables to wipe out Wyatt with a big clothesline. Back in the ring, Ambrose hits Wyatt with a series of rights and a dropkick to the chest. Reigns hits a flying clothesline and Ambrose hits a top rope elbow drop that’s good for a two count. Ambrose is distracted by Wyatt and that allows Harper to take out Ambrose from behind. Reigns attacks Wyatt on the outside, but he’s stopped with a urunagi to the ring apron. Harper takes out Reigns with a suicide dive. Ambrose tries for a suicide dive of his own, but he’s wiped out by Harper, and Wyatt hits a senton on the floor.

Back in the ring, Wyatt tags in and suplexes Ambrose across the ring before tagging Harper back in. Harper hits Ambrose with a couple of rights and huge chops in the corner. Wyatt pulls Ambrose out with his legs on the ropes and drives him down to the arena floor. Wyatt sends Ambrose back into the ring and stomps away before tagging out to Harper. Harper comes in with a giant boot to Ambrose’s face before he locks in a crossface.

Wyatt tags in and comes into the ring with a big senton to Ambrose. Ambrose crawls for a tag, but Reigns is still laid out on the floor. Wyatt runs Ambrose into the corner and hits him with a big splash that’s good for a two count. Harper tags in and kicks at Ambrose’s face before hitting a slingshot to send Ambrose throat first into the middle rope. Harper pins Ambrose for two before tagging back out to Wyatt. Wyatt picks up Ambrose and hits him with a couple of big right hands before taking him into the corner. Ambrose responds with a charging forearm, and after a right hand from Wyatt, Ambrose responds with a rebound lariat.

Reigns is up and both men make the tag. Reigns takes out Harper with a series of clotheslines and punches to a ton of heat from the crowd. Harper responds with a big knee to the face, but Reigns comes right back with a couple of big exploder suplexes. The fans are not in Reigns’ corner at all tonight. Harper hits a big superkick, and a sit-out powerbomb, but he’s only able to keep Reigns down for two. Wyatt says he knows what to do, and he tags in. Harper tries for a piledriver, but Reigns fights out of it and hits both men with Superman punches. Ambrose tags back in and Reigns gets Wyatt in electric chair position. Ambrose takes Wyatt to the mat with a clothesline off the top rope, but the pin is broken up by Harper. Harper grabs Ambrose, but Reigns breaks it up with a Superman punch. Reigns executes an assisted powerbomb with the help of Reigns. Wyatt pops up and tries for Sister Abigail, but Ambrose fights out of it and hits Dirty Deeds. Reigns tags in and psychs himself up in the corner, hitting a big spear on Wyatt for the three count.

Winners: Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns

Wyatt and Harper look dejected on the outside as Reigns and Ambrose celebrate in the ring.

- In what seems like an odd choice, though not really when you consider there are only three more (advertised) matches, we get a video package hyping Cena vs. Rollins in the Winner Take All match, which is up next.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship
WWE United States Championship
Winner Takes All Match
Seth Rollins vs. John Cena


John Cena is the first man to make his way out, and he gets a lot of heat on his way to the ring, though there are a good bit of cheers mixed in there as well.

Seth Rollins is out next, and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way out in some new, white with gold trim gear. Rollins gets less of a reaction than Cena, but it seems much more positive.

After formal ring introductions, we’re ready to begin.

The bell rings and we get a lock up, and a quick break. Another lock up, and Cena takes Rollins over with a side headlock. Rollins fights out of the hold and takes Cena over with a hip toss, followed up with a dropkick. Rollins mocks Cena, but catches a big right hand immediately after. Cena takes Rollins over with another side headlock. Rollins fights up to his feet once more, only to be taken back to the mat with a belly to belly suplex. Cena goes right into a rear chin lock, continuing to wear down Rollins.

Rollins fights up to his feet once more, punching his way out of the hold. Cena sends Rollins into the corner, but misses with a big clothesline. Rollins heads to the middle rope and hits a nice blockbuster before kneeing Cena in the back and forcing him out of the ring. Rollins hits a suicide dive, then heads back into the ring for a second. When Rollins goes for the third, he executes a tope con hilo over the top rope.

The crowd seems solidly behind Rollins as he rolls Cena back into the ring. Cena connects with two shoulder blocks, but Rollins counters the belly to back suplex, and hits a nice neckbreaker for two.

Rollins runs into the corner and is backdropped to the apron. Cena catches Rollins coming off the top rope by the foot, but Rollins makes it to the ropes. Cena pulls Rollins up and hits the belly to back suplex, but Rollins kicks Cena in the side of the head. Rollins tries for the pedigree, but Cena flips him out. Cena tries for the springboard stunner and hits it, super sloppily, then he hits the five knuckle shuffle. Cena shoulders Rollins, but Rollins fights out of it. Rollins hits double knees to Cena’s shoulders from the middle rope, then hits a standing shooting star press for a two count.

Rollins seats Cena on the top rope, and he follows up after him. Cena fights off Rollins, sending him to the mat. Rollins heads out to the apron and climbs up, driving Cena down into tree of woe position. Rollins mocks Cena, then hits a double stomp to the chest. Rollins pins Cena for two.

Cena pops up and hits the AA out of nowhere, but Rollins is able to kick out at two.

Cena and Rollins trade punches and kicks while Cena protects his nose. Rollins tries for the pedigree, but Cena fights out and slingshots Rollins into the corner. Cena gets Rollins into electric chair position and plants him on his face for another two count.

Cena heads up to the top rope and leaps off with a huge rocker dropper, but Rollins is still able to kick out at two. Cena shoulders Rollins and seats him on the top rope. Cena can’t hold on to Rollins and he falls to the mat. Rollins pulls Cena out of the corner, and plants him in the opposite corner with a buckle bomb. Rollins heads to the top rope and leaps off with a huge frog splash that’s good for a two count. Cena powers out and stands up holding Rollins. Cena gets Rollins up to his shoulders and goes for the AA, but Rollins lands on his feet. Rollins catches Cena, then stand and shoulders him, hitting the AA for a two count!

Rollins heads to the top rope and goes for the Phoenix splash. Cena moves, but Rollins lands on his feet. Cena traps Rollins in the STF, then he drags Rollins toward the center of the ring. Rollins fights out, Cena shoulders Rollins, but Rollins fights out again. Cena locks Rollins in the figure four, and Rollins screams in pain.

Rollins is able to turn the hold over, but Cena makes it to the ropes, and the hold is broken. Cena rolls out to the apron and clocks Rollins with a big right. Cena heads up to the top rope, but Rollins leaps up and brings Cena out with a superplex, and he holds on for a sit out suplex on the mat. Rollins pins Cena, but only gets two. Rollins heads to the top rope and goes for the Phoenix splash again, missing this time. Cena grabs Rollins and connects with the AA, but he knocks down the ref in the process, and no one’s available to make the three count.

Cena picks Rollins up, and Rollins hits a huge knee to the side of Cena’s head, and Cena crumples to the mat holding his face.

Jon Stewart runs down to the ring holding a chair. Stewart waits for Cena to stand, then hits him in the gut with the chair in a HUGELY telegraphed move. Rollins hits a pedigree on top of the chair, then he pins Cena for three.

Winner and STILL WWE World Heavyweight Champion AND NEW United States Champion: Seth Rollins

Rollins stands on the turnbuckle with both titles in his hands, celebrating after the match. That ending would have been alright, except for Stewart looking ready to hit Cena before he ever even glanced at Rollins.

Rollins walks off with both belts, and it’s worth noting that Rollins only needs the Intercontinental Championship to complete a grand slam!

- We get a check-in from the SummerSlam kickoff panel, Booker T, Cory Graves and Byron Saxton. Saxton complains that Rollins didn’t win on his own, and is frustrated that Jon Steward was the deciding factor. The fans are chanting ‘thank you Stewart’. Graves mentions how impressed he was with Stephen Amell. Booker says he’s got to give it up for New Day, and Byron is just disgusted and in shock. Renee Young turns the focus to the WWE Diva’s, sending things to a video package hyping the upcoming Diva’s elimination match.

WWE Diva’s Tag Team Elimination Triple Threat Match
Paige, Becky Lynch and Charlotte vs. Naomi, Tamina Snuka and Sasha Banks vs. Nikki Bella, Brie Bella and Alicia Fox


The Bella’s and Alicia Fox are the first team to make their way to the ring, getting a couple of cheers, but a lot more apathy from the fans.

Team B.A.D. are out next, as Naomi, Tamina and Sasha Banks make their way down the aisle.

Paige, Charlotte, and Becky Lynch are the final team to make their way to the ring, and P.C.B. get a decent reaction from the fans, but understandably, the fans are still a bit quiet after the last match.

The bell rings and it looks like Brie and Becky will be kicking things off. We get a lockup and Brie backs Becky into the corner where she drives her head back against the turnbuckle, and pushes Becky’s face. Becky responds with a couple of arm drags, and a dropkick. Brie sends Becky crashing face first into the middle rope before following up with a knee to the face. Tamina tags in and kicks Brie in the face, while Sasha and Naomi knock all of their opponents from the apron. Tamina hits Becky with a huge head butt before stomping away in the corner and tagging out to Sasha. Sasha jumps on Becky in the corner before tagging right out to Naomi for a double team move. Tamina tags right back in and slams Becky to the mat. Naomi tags back in and drops a big leg across Becky’s chest. Naomi hits another leg drop that’s good for a two count. Sasha tags back into the match, but is rolled up by Becky for two.

Team BAD make use of frequent tags as Tamina comes in and hits a huge clothesline to Becky for another two count. Tamina hits a huge forearm and head butt that sends Becky out to the floor. Tamina follows and drives Becky’s back into the ring apron. Charlotte comes in out of nowhere and spears Tamina on the floor. Naomi and Sasha come in with tope con hilo’s out on top of all of their opponents. Brie and Nikki follow up with suicide dives to wipe out everyone on the floor. Alicia and Paige fight up on the top turnbuckle, and Paige pushes Alicia out to the floor. Paige stands on the top rope and dives off with a somersault on top of EVERYONE.

Back in the ring, Tamina shoulders Becky, but Becky fights out and is tagged by Brie. Brie hits Brie mode, and pins Tamina for three, eliminating Team B.A.D.

Nikki blocks a kick from Becky and connects with the rack attack, but the pin is broken up by Charlotte and Paige. Paige comes in with a Thesz press to wipe out Nikki before hitting a running knee in the corner. Paige picks up Nikki and hits a fall away slam, but Nikki rolls out of the ring and out to the floor.

Paige tries for a baseball slide, but Nikki catches her and hits an Alabama slam on the floor. Nikki heads back in the ring and does push ups and jumping jacks to taunt her opponents. Paige rolls back into the ring at 9, and gets an immediate body slam for her troubles. Brie tags in and the Bella’s flapjack Paige for a two count. Brie hits a couple of big knees to Paige’s back, cranking back with a rear chin lock. Paige fights out of the hold, but runs right into a jumping clothesline. Brie kicks Paige in the chest repeatedly, but misses with the last one and is rolled up for two.

Alicia tags in and tosses Paige into the corner hard. Alicia picks up Paige and hits a bridging Northern lights suplex, putting Paige down for two. Alicia grabs Paige’s arms and yanks them back, putting her knee in the middle of Paige’s back.

Paige fights up and out of the hold, but falls to a dropkick from Alicia. Alicia tags out to Nikki, who comes in and hits an immediate suplex for another two count. Alicia tags back in and we get a double suplex which is good for another near fall. Alicia kicks Paige in the back hard, then takes her into the corner head first. Paige fights out of the hostile corner and catches Alicia with a knee to the face. Paige finally makes the tag to Charlotte, and the crowd goes wild as she chops Alicia. Charlotte connects with a neckbreaker, and spear to take down Alicia. Charlotte locks in the Figure Eight, but it’s broken up by Nikki. Paige spears Nikki out of the ring. Both Charlotte and Alicia connect with a big boot at the same time, and both go down.

Brie and Becky both tag in and trade right hands. Becky gets the upper hand and snap mares Brie into the corner. Brie hits double boots out of the corner, then heads to the top where she promptly misses a missile dropkick. Becky hits a pump handle urunage that puts Brie down for a three count.

Winners: Becky Lynch, Paige and Charlotte

P.C.B. celebrate in the ring while Team Bella make their way to the back, looking on unhappily.

- After a bit of plugging for Mountain Dew, Cesaro’s music hits and it’s time for the next match.

Kevin Owens makes his way out next, and both men get very positive reactions. These two have had great matches in PWG, and it should be a lot of fun to see how this one goes tonight on a much, much bigger stage.

Kevin Owens vs. Cesaro

The bell rings and Owens and Cesaro immediately start trading blows. Cesaro takes Owens down to the mat, but Owens kicks him away. Owens sends Cesaro to the apron and knocks him off to the floor. Owens flips over the top rope to wipe Cesaro out on the floor.

Owens sends Cesaro back into the ring, and Cesaro leaps over the top rope to wipe Owens out while Owens screams at Michael Cole. Back in the ring Cesaro leaps from the top rope with a huge cross body that’s good for two. Cesaro goes for the big swing, but Owens fight it, so Cesaro executes a big double stomp. Owens bails to the outside, and Cesaro follows. Cesaro charges Owens, and Owens sends him into the barricade, hitting a cannonball against the barricade for good measure. Owens brings things back into the ring, pinning Cesaro for two.

Owens hits Cesaro with a right hand and kick to the side of the head before bringing him to his feet. Owens hits a short-arm clothesline, then a running senton. Owens hits a second running senton, coming down across Cesaro’s back, for another two count.

Owens clamps on a rear chin lock, but Cesaro is quick to fight up to his feet and out of the hold. Cesaro connects with rights and lefts before sending Owens into the corner. Cesaro misses with a charging uppercut, and he shoulders Cesaro for a TKO. Owens hits a front flip leg drop to the back of Cesaro’s head that’s good for another two count.

Owens puts Cesaro in another rear chin lock, but Cesaro is quick to fight out of it again. Owens throws Cesaro to the mat. The crowd does the ‘Ole’ chant, which infuriates Owens as he screams at Cesaro to stay down. Cesaro hits Owens with a flurry of strikes and uppercuts. Owens connects with a right of his own, but Cesaro comes right back, shouldering Owens and planting him on the mat.

Owens heads out to the apron and drops Cesaro throat first across the top rope. Owens heads to the top, but he’s stopped with a big uppercut from Cesaro. Cesaro heads to the top and hits the gut-wrench suplex from the middle rope. Cesaro pins Owens, but he’s only able to keep him down for two.

Cesaro goes for the neutralizer, but Owens fights it. Cesaro hits Owens with a couple of big uppercuts and goes for it again, but Owens counters with a backdrop. Owens hits a charging Cesaro with a back elbow, then hits a springboard tornado DDT that’s good for another near fall.

Owens heads up to the middle rope, then leaps to the top for a moonsault, but Cesaro moves out of the way. Cesaro hits a huge charging uppercut, but then runs right into a big superkick from Owens that’s good for another two count.

Owens picks Cesaro up and sends him into the ropes, but then he runs right into a big boot, and springboard uppercut from Cesaro, but it’s not enough to keep Owens down for a three count. Owens rolls to the outside.

Cesaro heads to the floor and charges around the ring with a huge European uppercut. Cesaro brings things back into the ring and grabs Owens legs, executing the Cesaro swing for ten rotations. Cesaro locks in the sharpshooter, but Owens makes it to the ropes to break the hold.

Cesaro pulls Owens up in the corner and hits a big right hand before seating Owens on the top rope. Owens fights off Cesaro and pushes him to the mat, but Cesaro charges right back in with a big uppercut. Cesaro goes for a superplex, but Owens counters. Cesaro fights out of the counter and hits a huge dropkick. Owens, still seated on the top, avoids Cesaro and crotches him on the top rope. Owens heads to the middle rope and hits the side suplex buster. Owens connects with the pop-up powerbomb and he puts Cesaro down for the three count.

Winner: Kevin Owens

- We get a video package highlighting the history between Brock Lesnar and the Undertaker, beginning with Lesnar’s victory over Taker at WrestleMania 30, and continuing with Taker’s re-emergence at WWE Battleground last month during Lesnar’s match with Seth Rollins for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

Too Big for WrestleMania
Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker


Back in the arena, Brock Lesnar is the first man to make his way to the ring, and of course he’s got his right-hand man, Paul Heyman, by his side. Lesnar gets a pretty positive reaction from the crowd, but they seem to be getting tired after such a long show.

The lights go out and the gong sounds as the Undertaker makes his entrance to a good bit of love from the fans in attendance.

Lesnar jumps Taker before the bell rings and takes him down to the mat with a series of strikes. Taker is quick to come back with a series of strikes of his own, before he clotheslines Lesnar over the top rope and to the outside.

Lesnar paces on the outside for a bit before making his way back into the ring slowly. Lesnar spears Taker and hits him with punches before grinding his forearm in Taker’s face and trying to go for the pin. Taker connects with a couple of huge right hands while the fans chant ‘Undertaker’ and ‘Suplex city’. Taker goes after Lesnar’s arm, heading up to the top rope for Old School. Lesnar shoulders Taker, but Taker fights out. Taker goes for the chokeslam, but Lesnar fights out. Lesnar runs into a big boot in the corner, and Taker walks right into a big belly to belly suplex.

Lesnar executes his first German suplex of the night and screams ‘suplex city, bitch!’. Lesnar grabs Taker around the waist, but Taker runs into the corner and drops his head, driving Lesnar head first into the middle turnbuckle. Taker shoulders Brock and hits snake eyes in the corner, following it up with a big boot that sends Lesnar out to the floor.

Lesnar is already busted open, and Taker drives him back first into the barricade. Taker grabs Lesnar and drives him into the ring apron, continuing to target the back. Taker positions Lesnar on the apron and climbs the ring steps, hitting a big leg drop on Lesnar.

Taker looks winded as he climbs back into the ring. Taker jabs Lesnar, and Lesnar fights back with strikes of his own. Taker goes for a chokeslam, but Lesnar drops out of it and hits his second German suplex. Lesnar hits a third German suplex, and a fourth.

Taker rolls out to the floor, where he grabs the back of his head. Lesnar takes apart the French announcer’s table, and Taker catches Lesnar with a big back elbow. Taker kicks Lesnar in the gut, then he goes for the Last Ride, but Lesnar counters with the F5 through the announcer’s table.

Taker is able to make it back into the ring by 9, beating the count. Lesnar isn’t quite a bloody mess, but he’s easily bleeding more than anyone has been allowed to in a WWE ring in years. Lesnar screams that he’ll kill the Undertaker as Taker struggles to his feet. Taker says he’s going to have to. Taker grabs Lesnar around the throat and hits a chokeslam, planting Lesnar on the mat. Lesnar pops right back up, but then falls back down to the mat.

Taker goes for the tombstone, and he hits it! Taker pins Lesnar, but Lesnar kicks out at two.

Lesnar and Taker both sit up, and trade blows from a seated, then kneeling position. Lesnar ducks a right in the corner and buries his shoulder in Taker’s midsection. Lesnar locks in the kimura in the corner, and even though Taker’s against the ropes, the ref isn’t counting. Lesnar finally breaks the hold and Taker hits a Last Ride out of the corner that’s good for another two count.

Both men are slow to stand, but when they do, Lesnar hits an immediate F5. Taker kicks out at two!

Lesnar shoulders Taker and hits a third F5, but Taker still won’t stay down for three!

Taker catches Lesnar in the Hell’s gate out of nowhere, and Heyman is freaking out on the outside. Lesnar fights out of the hold and goes straight into the kimura. Taker counters into a pin, and the bell rings out of nowhere. The ref screams that he didn’t call for the bell. Taker low blows Lesnar from behind out of the ref’s view. Taker traps Lesnar in Hell’s gate again, and Heyman is beside himself.

Lesnar flips Taker the bird while still trapped in the hold, but he fades to the point that the ref is forced to call for the bell.

Winner: The Undertaker

Taker has trouble standing, but he makes his way out of the ring and walks up the aisle toward the back. The fans seem very confused by the last two minutes of the match. Heyman screams in the referee’s face as Lesnar slowly comes to on the mat.

A replay shows Taker clearly tapping out to the kimura out of the official’s view, which is what led to the timekeeper ringing the bell, but since the ref didn’t see it, it wasn’t counted as the end of the match. Paul Heyman gets out of the ring and repeatedly rings the bell before grabbing a mic. Heyman screams no while the fans chant yes. Heyman says he saw it, the timekeeper saw it, and the fans saw it. He announces the winner by tap out submission is Brock Lesnar.

Lesnar’s music hits, and he makes his way to the back with a fuming Paul Heyman. The show ends with Lesnar holding his arms high, and the two biggest matches on the card having screwy endings.


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