Saturday, October 31, 2015

Alberto Del Rio Not Making as Much as Thought?

 PWInsider has new details on Alberto Del Rio’s WWE contract. The site reports that Del Rio’s contract with the company is not at the $1.45 million downside that was previously reported and may be as low as a third of that number, or around $500,000.
The site adds that there’s still no word on whether he will appear at the November 15th AAA date at Gimnasio Josue Neri Santos de Ciudad Juarez, or if he’ll even drop the title to someone else at some point.

Opinionated View- I don't care what they are paying him. He's not worth the money.

Friday, October 30, 2015

ESPN Doing Ric Flair 30 for 30 Film

A Ric Flair film is in the works from ESPN’s 30 for 30 series. Legacy Talent And Entertainment announced the news on Facebook, revealing that production has begun on the film. You can see the post below.
The 30 for 30 series highlights important people and events in the history of sports and comprises 120 episodes to date. A 30 for 30 short focusing on the Von Erich family was released in February.

Opinionated View- For the most part The 30 for 30's have been very well done.

WWE Hell in a Cell Review

William Regal Undergoes Major Surgery

William Regal underwent a major neck surgery on October 21. "It was my C3, C4, C5 and C6 [vertebrae]," Regal told Regal told the "I believe the operation is called a laminectomy, where they go in and completely clean out the calcium deposits from the back. Now that I've got this done, it's just a matter of healing up and I'll be good to go."
Regal also noted that he had no idea he needed surgery. "To be honest, I went in because I wanted to be doing more physical activity as far as getting in the ring with certain people at the WWE Performance Center; last year, I hadn't done any of that," he said. "When certain people get to a certain standard, I like to show them some things, you know? So, technically, [the follow-up] was to find out whether I was able to do that because I felt really good. But then they found some more calcification. That was the only reason; otherwise, I wouldn't have known."

New Details on Cheerleader Melissa’s Lucha Underground Character

– Diva Dirt has new details on the role Melissa Anderson (aka Cheerleader Melissa) will play in the second season of Lucha Underground. The site reports that she will not be working as the sister of Marty the Moth as reported earlier today, but instead will be playing a character that “plays heavily into the tribe mythology of Lucha Underground.”
Melissa will be wearing a mask in the gimmick, with her character said to be one of the more important characters in the promotion.

Opinionated View- In terms of being "one of the most important characters" as Diva Dirt has a tendency to over hype things when it comes to Women.

I mean this sounds good but it's Lucha Underground so sadly I could see Melissa being stuck in a lot of dumb segments given how they write things.

WWE Confirms Alberto Del Rio For Raw

WWE has confirmed that Alberto Del Rio will be at Raw in Denver this coming Monday, and on Smackdown and the European tour. The company revealed the news today, which puts the kibosh on the possibility that he may appear at the AAA tapings on Monday to drop the AAA Mega Championship. As we reported yesterday, Del Rio was pushing to be able to work the taping to as part of his previous commitments to AAA which would have conflicted with Raw.
Del Rio may not be able to finish out any further dates for AAA; he was booked for a November 15th show but that conflicts with the WWE UK tour, which he is booked for. AAA’s plans for the Mega Championship aren’t known at this time.

Opinionated View- Well with Orton and Cena out someone has to bring up the crap level.

WWE Investing in Tapout

According to PWInsider, WWE is making a “very significant” financial investment in Tapout. George Barrios mentioned the apparel brand in the Q3 earnings call today, but didn’t give any details on it.
According to the site, the plan is to elevate Tapout as a fitness brand that is partnered with WWE and brings them a new source of revenue. WWE is planning to Tapout Fitness Centers all across the US, with locations including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Portland, Brooklyn, Houston, Oakland, New Jersey and more. The centers will integrated WWE branding, Superstars and Divas, with plans to have them partipate such as Ryback (who lives in Vegas) making appearances there. They will be doing more than just signings, including occasionally helping teach classes and the like.
No word yet on when these plans will be officially announced.

Thursday, October 29, 2015

10/29 WWE Smackdown Report

"WWE: Then. Now. Forever."
We go to the closing moments of Hell in a Cell this past Sunday, when Undertaker was attacked and dragged away by the Wyatt Family. We then go to RAW the night after, with Bray claiming to have taken the soul of the Undertaker when Kane went to defend his brother, only to be attacked and dragged away. We then cut to Bray Wyatt, sitting alone with the Undertaker's hat on his lap. He says that the spirits that fuel the Undertaker now belong to him. He owns the soul of Kane and the Undertaker. He gives a challenge to any three souls brave enough to step up, as the rest of his Family comes into view. Rowan takes his mask off, saying he was never allowed to dress up for Halloween. He was told it was too sinful. Luke says these are not costumes; evil is very real. Bray says to the three souls brave enough to step up…"my condolences" and to the rest of you…he pulls out Kane's mask, handing it to Braun who finishes with "your annihilation awaits. Run."
With that we go to the usual SmackDown intro, being welcome to a very special Halloween edition of "Thursday Night SmackDown" in Phoenix before Roman Reigns makes his way down through the crowd. Commentary talks about Roman's impressive week starting with Hell in a Cell, defeating Bray Wyatt in a namesake match and then defeating Alberto Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler, and Kevin Owens to become the #1 Contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Roman is in the ring, microphone in hand as he starts to speak. Since day one he's had one goal, one dream, and that's to win the WWE Championship. He's had a lot of people trying to stop him, from Seth Rollins at Wrestlemania to Bray Wyatt back at Money in the Bank. He's been knocked down a lot, but he dusted himself off, picked himself up, and got back in fight! He beat Bray Wyatt at Hell in a Cell, ended that, and now he's back on track as #1 contender for the WWE Championship. There's one man in his way, and that's Seth Rollins. There's no one that would love to see Roman fail more than Seth Rollins. Suddenly, Kevin Owens comes out with a mic in hand. "Yeah, yeah, yeah…we got it, Roman. Monday night on RAW you stole one from me, and now you're the #1 Contender…yay, go Roman!" He claims that Roman's win on Monday was a fluke. If he had hit Roman with the Pop Up Powerbomb, we would be looking at Kevin as the #1 Contender…and you can "believe…that!" Roman thinks it sounds like a bunch of excuses to him. Kevin talks about luck, but that win was so pretty that was skill. Kevin can either stand there and "Talk Owens Talk" or he can man up, get in the ring, and "Fight Owens Fight" because he's looking for a big fight…and you can believe that!
Roman Reigns vs. Kevin Owens
Roman and Kevin go nose to nose before the bell rings, and they lock up. Kevin gets a headlock, but Roman pushes him off the rope and they bump into each other. Roman with a headlock now, and Kevin pushes him off the rope before they bump into each other again, clearly neither man giving way. Kevin with another headlock, pushed off the ropes, and this time Roman shoulder blocks Kevin down, forcing the Intercontinental champion to roll out of the ring to catch a breather. He comes back into the ring, but is met with offense by Reigns before being taken down with a neckbreaker before he goes to the ropes as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, Roman hits a hard kick to Kevin's face before picking him up. He throws him into the corner, and drops Owens with a back suplex. Kevin goes to the ropes as Roman picks him up, but Owens catches him on the rope and knocks Reigns out of the ring. He follows, throwing Reigns into the barricade before slamming him again. Kevin goes for the cover for a nearfall. Owens goes for another cover and a nearfall before working on Roman some more. He lays into Roman, but is shoved into the corner as Roman hits a series of punches and a big boot to Owens for the cover and a nearfall. Roman picks Kevin up, but it's countered into a back body drop and a kick to the face for a nearfall by Owens. In the corner, Kevin hits a hard arm and goes for the corner cannonball…but gets a fist to the face and Roman gets another cover and nearfall! Roman looks for the Superman Punch, but Kevin wisely rolls out of the ring and up the ramp. Roman catches up, throwing him back into the ring…but Kevin manages to hit a German Suplex for the nearfall! Owens goes for another German, but Roman counters looking for the Samoan Drop…but Kevin gets onto the top rope, before getting hit as Roman goes for a superplex. Roman eventually hits the Superman Punch on Owens, knocking him off the rope to the outside as the ref starts the count. Owens decides he's had enough for one night, and leaves through the crowd as the ref calls for the bell!
Winner via count out: Roman Reigns
Owens continues to walk away as we see a very disappointed Roman in the ring. We get a replay of the nearfall by Owen and the Superman Punch by Roman that sent Owens off and away. Roman celebrates in the ring, still shaking his head as we go to Renee Young and Dean Ambrose in the back. Dean has the answer, so Renee can go ahead and ask the question…"are you going to accept Bray Wyatt's challenge tonight?" Hell yeah, he's the man without fear! He's ready to step up, and if anyone wants to join him that's cool. He might go down…but how many Wyatt boys is he gonna take down with him? He walks off as someone in a ghost costume pops up behind Renee Young. It's "Boo Dallas" trying to scare her, to no avail. Halloween is no fun if you don't scare people, so he promises someone tonight is gonna get scared…and all you have to do is "Boolieve!" He walks off as we cut back to ringside, as the Dudley Boyz make their way out to the ring as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, King Barrett and Sheamus make their way to the ring as we see Lucha Dragons and the Ascension already in the ring. Before the match starts, though…"PHOENIX, ARIZONA, DON'T YOU DARE BE SOUR! CLAP FOR YOUR WORLD FAMOUS TWO TIME CHAMPS AND FEEL THE POWAH!"
Big E and Kofi come out wearing unicorn horns, as Kofi tells everyone to calm down because this is serious. E and Kofi were discussing what to talk about on the commentary when they realized…no horns, no costumes, no candy? These guys don't believe in Halloween, which means they don't believe in magic! Shame, shame, shame! They go to the commentary booth as the match is underway.
Tag Team Terror Four Corners Match
Dudley Boyz vs. King Barrett & Sheamus vs. The Lucha Dragons vs. The Ascension
Kalisto and Sheamus start things off, Kalisto trying to use his speed against the Money in the Bank winner, to some decent success as Sheamus tags Barrett in. Bubba Ray is yelling at Kalisto to tag him in, so he can go after Barrett himself. Kalisto obliges, and Bubba looks primed and ready as he gets in the ring. Barrett shoves him and goes for a right hand, but is met with a flurry of punches by Bubba Ray before Barrett catches him with a knee to the gut. Barrett whips Bubba into the corner, but is met with an elbow to the face as Bubba then drops Sheamus off the apron. Bubba tags in D'Von, and they double team the 2015 King of the Ring as the Ascension come in and chaos starts to ensue. Kalisto gets the drop on the Ascension, D'Von clotheslines Viktor out of the ring, and "the good guys are rallying" in the ring as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, Bubba Ray is arguing with New Day at ringside as D'Von and Barrett go at it. D'Von goes to work on Barrett wit a suplex and a cover for the nearfall. D'Von tags in Kalisto, but is dropped off the rope by Viktor as Barrett goes for the cover and a nearfall! He tags in Sheamus, and the two of them lay into Kalisto. Sheamus continues the assault, until Kalisto starts to turn things around…only for the Ascension to get involved as Viktor is tagged in, before Viktor gets the nearfall. Konnor is tagged in now, but Kalisto evades him as Konnor's shoulder is driven into the steel post. Kalisto tags in Sin Cara, who hits a barrage of high flying offense and bounces off the top rope for a hurricanrana for the cover until Barrett and Sheamus break up the pin! The Dudleyz are in now, delivering stereo scoop slams to Barrett and Sheamus as Sin Cara climbs the turnbuckle. Kalisto goes to the oother one, and the former NXT Champions get to live out every Attitude Era fan's dream of delivering the Wassup Headbutt! As Barrett and Sheamus roll out of the ring, the Lucha Dragons are launched over the ropes dropping down on The Ascension! Sheamus and Barrett are back in, and lure the Dudleyz out to the back as the Lucha Dragons deal with the Ascension. Kalisto gets the blind tag, hitting Viktor with a Salida Del Sol off the apron into the ring for the win!
Winners via pinfall: The Lucha Dragons
They celebrate in the ring, and we see New Day mocking the Dragons from ringside before commentary hypes up the Trick or Treat Street Fight between Dolph Ziggler and The Miz as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, commentary talks about Halloween stuff (Lawler dressing as "Life" and handing out lemons, etc.) before talking about Bray Wyatt's "Face the Fear Challenge" and the fact Dean Ambrose has accepted so far. We cut to the back, where Dean Ambrose tries to guess what someone is dressed as…Lex Luthor? The Transporter? James Bond? It's actually Cesaro, who says it's just how he dresses. But, if Dean gives him a couple minutes, he'll go change, and dress up as Dean's tag partner for tonight…because you look like you're ready to go to the Thunderdome, Mad Max! Dean laughs, accepting on one condition: Cesaro has to swing those ghouls around so many times their beards come flying off! That is, unless he's scared. Cesaro promises he'll be the scariest guy out there; when he gets in the ring, he ruins people's dreams like Freddy Krueger. Dean can be Jason Voorhees, or something. Dean says he'll just be him, and Cesaro says that works as Dean walks off. Suddenly, "Boo Dallas" jumps out trying to scare Cesaro…again, to no avail. Cesaro just walks off as we go back to commentary, who talk about what happened last week on SmackDown with Dolph Ziggler and Summer Rae on MizTV. Summer tells Dolph she's moved on, and wants him to see what a real man looks like as Tyler Breeze makes his debut appearance on SmackDown! Dolph starts to talk Breeze down, but the Sultan of Selfies attacks him before laying out the Show Off with a Beauty Shot!
We cut back to the ring, where pumpkins are out on the apron as Eden introduces us to the Trick or Treat Street Fight! Dolph Ziggler makes his way to the ring dressed as Nikki Stix from Mötley Crüe as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, The Miz makes his way to the ring dressed as…The Miz (or Damien Mizdow, trololol) looking smug as usual as the match begins.
Trick or Treat Street Fight
Dolph Ziggler vs. The Miz
Miz pauses Dolph to take his shades off, and Dolph is not into it. Miz starts kicking the pumpkins off the apron before he and Ziggler lock up. Dolph with the headlock, hitting a shoulder block on The Miz. He goes for some more offense, but Miz monkey flips him onto the apron and grabs a toy lightsaber, which is no use for Dolph's candy corn kendo stick! Both men on the outside now, and Dolph forces Miz to bob for apples! He sticks a jack o lantern on Miz, delivering a superkick and smashing the pumpkin off the former WWE Champion's head! Miz turns things around, throwing Dolph into the announce table before tossing him into the ring. He grabs the kendo stick, smacking it on the knee of Ziggler! He goes to work on the knee, slamming it repeatedly against the steel post! Miz grabs a steel chair and slams it on Dolph's knee, and looks to go for the Figure Four…but Ziggler rolls him up for the win!
Winner via pinfall: Dolph Ziggler
After the match, Tyler Breeze comes out to the ring to attack Dolph, who quickly fights back but can barely stand with the injured knee as Tyler lays into him with kicks and punches. Officials come out to break the fight up, but Tyler can't help himself as he stomps away on the injured knee before taking a selfie with Summer Rae. Commentary talk about what happened on RAW as Paige apparently tried to patch things up with her teammates…before taking them both out with the Rampaige! She puts the PTO on Charlotte, finalizing what truly seems like the end of Team PCB. We see her walking backstage as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, she and Natalya both make their way to the ring as an inset promo as Natalya saying that Paige will understand tonight why you don't stab your friends in the back!
Paige vs. Natalya
Paige starts things off with a hard kick to Natalya's face! She stomps on her, taunting the crowd all the while before going for the cover for a nearfall. Paige continues the assault on Natalya in the corner, laying into her with punches and stomps. She continues to taunt the crowd as she picks up Natalya, who reverses an Irish whip but gets kicked before hitting a clothesline and a German suplex! Suddenly, Sasha Banks and Team B.A.D. make their way out insulting Natalya, saying she's always seeking attention…and she has their attention now! It's enough of a distraction for Paige to hit the Rampaige for the win!
Winner via pinfall: Paige
Paige celebrates in the ring as Team B.A.D. continue to taunt Natalya before coming into the ring. They look to attack, and Tamina hits a superkick on Natalya as Team B.A.D. beat her down! Sasha locks Natalya in the Bank Statement and she is tapping out as Team B.A.D. show off before leaving the ring.
Commentary talk about the Face The Fear Challenge, as we know that Dean Ambrose and Cesaro will team up…but with whom? Up next, we'll see what happened with the United States Championship Open Challenge…and how Alberto Del Rio made a big return!
Back from commercial, WWE hypes up the Susan G Komen campaign that is wrapping up. Backstage, Dean is getting ready for his match as Ryback looks to join up, because revenge is a dish best served cold. Dean says the Wyatts are savages, is Ryback ready to step on some toes? Ryback does not step on toes, he steps on necks. "Feed me more!" Dean says "he'll do" as we go to ringside as Alberto Del Rio comes out to the stage with Zeb Colter, who says to cut the music. He says that we're seeing is real, that Hell has not frozen over because this is not an illusion, this is not a mirage, you're seeing a Real American sharing the stage with a great Mexican, Alberto Del Rrrrio! Why? Because Alberto is a hardworking individual, virtuous, something the crowd should be. He is the first citizen of a soon to be great nation of MexAmerica! The title we see around Del Rio's waist is the United States title, but should represent the great of Mexico as well. So tonight, they're ready to represent the great nation of MexAmerica, and the US Title is now the MexAmerican Championship! Del Rio is in action next as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, R-Truth makes his way out to the ring to take on Alberto Del Rio as the match gets underway.
Non-Title Match
"MexAmerican Champion" Alberto Del Rio vs. "Champion of Our Hearts" R-Truth
The two men lock up, and R-Truth counters a whip into a back kick to the US…I mean, "MexAmerican" Champion. R-Truth is getting some momentum with a kick and a gourdbuster into a cover for a nearfall. Del Rio turns things around, taunting as he goes up to the top before R-Truth catches him wit a right hand. They fight on the top rope but Del Rio stomps Truth down hard for the win!
Winner via pinfall: Alberto Del Rio
Del Rio celebrates with the title, Zeb applauding from ringside and shaking Alberto's hand as we go backstage. "Boo Dallas" finally gets the scare on someone…and it's Mark Henry, who lays the "ghost" out with a fist to the face! We cut to the ring, as Dean Ambrose makes his way to the ring as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, Cesaro makes his way out next followed by Ryback. The Wyatt Family make their way out as the "fireflies" are out in full force in the arena. Luke, Rowan, and Braun get on the apron as we start the match.
"Face The Fear Challenge" Six Man Tag
Dean Ambrose, Cesaro & Ryback vs. The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper, Erick Rowan & Braun Strowman)
Ryback and Harper starts things off, and Ryback gets early control until Luke tags in Strowman. The men stare each other down until Ryback lays into Braun with punches and goes for a suplex, but Braun shoves him into the corner and hits a brainbuster of his own! Braun is in control as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, it's now Rowan taking down Ryback before tagging in Luke, who hits a senton on Ryback for a nearfall. Harper does some more damage before tagging Rowan back in, who continues the assault for a nearfall. He goes to work on Ryback's head, but Ryback manages to power out and gets some punches in until Rowan knocks him back down. Rowan goes after Cesaro and Dean, and gets taken down by Ryback who tags in Ambrose! Ambrose lays into Rowna with a barrage of punches and a bulldog before turning his attention to Harper. He climbs up top, knocking down Rowan and Harper in the process! Harper stops Dean, allowing Rowan to hit a kick to Ambrose for a nearfall before tagging in Braun. Braun charges at Dean, who evades and tags in Cesaro! Cesaro takes Harper to "Uppercut City" before dropkicking Harper out of the ring and delivering an uppercut to Rowan and Harper again. Cesaro hits a big slam on Harper, but only gets a nearfall before locking in a crossface on Harper. Harper is struggling, rolling through but Cesaro still has it locked in until Braun drags Cesaro out! Dean launches himself into Strowman, followed by Ryback who brings Braun over the announce table! Meanwhile, Cesaro hits Harper with a crossbody for a nearfall, before going right back for the crossfire. Rowan breaks it up, but gets hit by Ambrose who is then taken out by Harper. Cesaro hits a corkscrew uppercut on Harper before going for the Big Swing. He's interrupted by Strowman, before being taken out with a right hand by Bray and a lariat by Harper for the win!
Winner via pinfall: The Wyatt Family
We get a replay of what happened before seeing the Wyatt Family celebrate over a fallen Cesaro to close the show.

WWE Hell in a Cell Review

Update on The Usos and Los Matadores

– The Usos are currently aimed to become the top babyface tag team upon their return. The WON reports that with Jay Uso set to return from shoulder surgery soon, the team is set to come back and will likely be groomed for the top babyface spot against the New Day.
This is one of the reasons that WWE changed their plans for the Dudley Boyz, who were set for a Tag Team Title reign at one point.
WWE is also planning on re-packaging Los Matadores, with plans to keep them off TV for a short while so the gimmick fades in the minds of fans.

Opinionated View- Problem is The Usos have more or less been the top face team for years. Sure a lot of it has been by default due to WWE not having many tag teams. But lets not act like them as top team is something fresh.

I would hope plans for the Dudley Boys changed because WWE saw they were to old... But this is WWE an AARP card means you can main event a PPV.

Lucha Underground News and Notes

According to the WON, Lucha Underground is considering doing a sci-fi movie based around the promotion next year, as well as a house show tour.

– Melissa Anderson, best known as Cheerleader Melissa, is set to work the second season. Anderson, who had a TNA run as Raisha Saeed, will be portrayed as the sister of Marty the Moth.

– Below are the scheduled taping dates for the promotion. If they tape two episodes per night, that will give them a twenty-four episode season.
* November 14th
* November 15th
* November 21st
* November 22nd
* December 12th
* December 13th
* January 9th
* January 10th
* January 16th
* January 17th
* January 30th
* January 31st

Opinionated View- Oh god I could see a movie being one of the worse ever made. It would be all of the shit Lucha Underground backstage stuff with none of the wrestling.

WWE Confirms Rusev Injury

– has confirmed reports that Rusev was injured during his match at the Tuesday TV tapings. They note that he will be out between three and four weeks…
Rusev sustained a proximal bicep tendon rupture during his match with Neville at the WWE Main Event tapings Tuesday night, can confirm. The match was called due to the injury, and the former U.S. Champion’s recovery time is currently slated at three to four weeks. Please continue to check back with as more updates become available.

10/29 WWE Smackdown Report

The following is scheduled for tonight's 10/29 WWE Smackdown on Syfy:
- WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens vs. Roman Reigns
- The Dudleys vs. King Barrett and Sheamus vs. The Ascension vs. The Lucha Dragons
- Dolph Ziggler vs. The Miz in a Trick or Treat Street Fight
- Natalya vs. Paige
- WWE United States Champion Alberto Del Rio vs. R-Truth
- Dean Ambrose, Cesaro, and Ryback vs. The Wyatt Family

Impact Wrestling Report: Gail Kim vs. Awesome Kong in World Title Series

This week Impact opens up with Josh and Pope discussing the World Title Series and the current standings. Tonight Group Knockouts, Group Tag Specialists, and Group TNA Originals will be competing. 
EC3 talks about the World Title Series and what he calls “a giant opportunity” to prove why he is the best and the future of the wrestling business. 
TNA World Title Series 
Group Tag Team Specialists 
Matt Hardy (3) vs. Robbie E (3)
A few weeks ago Matt Hardy beat Davey Richards and Robbie E beat Eddie Edwards in the first matches from this group. The winner here will be the unquestioned scoring leader of Group Tag Specialists. Matt and Robbie go back and forth to start the match off and then they begin trading right hands. Robbie hits a big right hand that sends Matt through the ropes and then Robbie dives off the apron onto Matt. In the ring Robbie attempts a Suplex but Matt backs him hard into the corner. Matt hits a series of shoulder blocks and then hits a Running Clothesline followed by a Running Bulldog. Matt dives off the middle rope with an elbow to the back of Robbie’s head. Matt counters a series of moves from Robbie and hits the Side Effect followed by the Twist of Fate for the pin. That win almost guarantees Matt will move on to the next round. 
Winner: Matt Hardy via pinfall (Twist of Fate)
Backstage Gail talks about her history with Kong and says that she can make history by winning the World Title. 
Backstage Robbie says that he took Matt Hardy to the limit and if there is anything that he can take from a loss it’s that he proved that he belongs with guys like Hardy in the ring and he will learn from his loss. 
Grado takes a selfie with Matt Hardy. 
TNA World Title Series 
Group UK 
Grado (0) vs. “The Chosen One” Drew Galloway (3)
Galloway hits a series of Belly-to-Belly Suplexes on Grado and then screams at Grado to show him something. Grado blocks a series of chops and hits a series of slaps and chops of his own. Grado then hits a big Running Elbow to Galloway followed by a Rolling Cannonball on Galloway in the corner for a nearfall! Grado lifts Galloway up to the top rope and climbs up with him. Galloway hits a series of elbows on Grado knocking him off but then Grado grabs Galloway and slams him backwards hanging up in the tree of woe. Grado climbs on top of Galloway’s knees but then Galloway hits the Sit Up German Superplex followed by the Claiborne for the pin! 
Winner: Drew Galloway via pinfall (Claiborne) 
A video package highlights the history between Kong and Gail. 
A video package highlights the breakup of The Revolution. 
TNA World Title Series 
Group Wildcards 
Aiden O’Shea (0) vs. Crazzy Steve (0)
Both Steve and Aiden lost their first matches in the World Title Series. Steve’s match with Shera was easily the worst match of the series. Steve refuses to put his horn down to start the match which pisses Aiden off and he eventually slaps it out of Steve’s hands. Aiden then shoves Steve repeatedly and taunts him. Steve kicks Aiden in the knee and then avoids the hands of Aiden and hits a Jawbreaker. Steve blows the horn in Aiden’s face but then eats a big jab from Aiden. Aiden hits a series of strikes on Steve and field goal kicks Steve in the ribs as he attempts to get back to his feet. Aiden rakes the eyes of Steve and then whips him into the corner. Aiden hits a Running Shoulder Block that sends Steve crashing into the corner. Aiden slams Steve face first into the top turnbuckle repeatedly and then kicks him to the floor. Aiden follows Steve out to the floor and then slams him into the guardrail and ring apron. Aiden goes for a big knockout shot on Steve but he moves and Aiden punches the ring steps. Steve quickly attacks the hand slamming it into the ring apron and then ring post. Aiden rolls back into the ring and Steve follows him and bites his hand. Steve then mounts the shoulders of Aiden and bites him. Steve grabs Aiden but eats the left hand, the opposite one of the one he hurt, followed by the Boom Stick for the pin! 
Winner: Aiden O'Shea via pinfall (Boom Stick) to earn 3 points! 
Clips of Kong and Gail’s match from April is shown in which Kong won via Sitout Awesome Bomb. 
Backstage Grado is acting like he doesn’t remember what happened in the match with Galloway, and then climbs into a fork lift that was sitting nearby. 
TNA World Title Series 
Group TNA Originals 
“Cowboy” James Storm (0) vs. “The Monster Abyss” (3)
Another match here with a ton of history as both of these guys have been a part of TNA since the very first weekly PPVs, though technically Storm is with WWE now. Both are also former TNA World Champions and TNA Tag Team Champions. Storm grabs a microphone and says that he and Abyss go way back and it was guys like he and Abyss that helped build TNA. He says that Abyss is a smart man, a whole lot smarter than the fans, but he wants Abyss to do the smart thing which is to walk out of the match so Storm can win by countout. Storm tells Abyss to do the smart and right thing because they should still be friends. Abyss snatches the microphone away from Storm and he says that he is still the 6’8”, 300 lb. monster and attacks Storm. Storm and Abyss brawl around and eventually brawl down to the floor where Storm slams Abyss into the ring post. Storm grabs a chair and rolls Abyss back into the ring. Storm wedges the chair in between the top and middle turnbuckle and then tries to slam Abyss head first into it, but Abyss blocks it and then lays Storm out with a series of right hands and clotheslines. Abyss whips Storm into the corner and then goes for a Splash but Storm moves and hits a big Uppercut. Storm goes for a leapfrog of Abyss but Abyss stops and then shoves Storm into the chair! Abyss hits a Big Splash! 1…2…NO Storm kicks out! Abyss rolls out to the floor and pulls Janice out! Abyss goes to hit Storm with Janice but Storm ducks and Janice gets stuck in the turnbuckle. The referee then tries to get Janice out of the ring and Abyss walks into a Closing Time followed by a cowbell to the head from Storm! 1…2…NO Abyss kicks out! Storm climbs up top but Abyss crotches him on the top rope. Abyss attempts to Superplex Storm off the top but Storm blocks it and hits a Sunset Flip Super Bomb! Storm climbs back up top and dives off with a Flying Elbow Drop! 1….2…and Abyss still kicks out! Storm hits the Last Call but Abyss just Hulks up and hits the Chokeslam! 1…2…and Storm kicks out as well! Abyss grabs Storm by the ropes but he holds onto the ropes and then reaches down and grabs his beer and takes a swig. Hebner takes the beer bottle away from Storm but then Storm spits beer in Abyss’ face as Hebner did away with the bottle. Storm hits a Last Call followed by another one for the pin! 
Winner: James Storm via pinfall (Last Call) to earn 3 points! 
JB has a sit down interview with Mahabali Shera and his very limited English. He says this Tournament is very important to him and bringing the World Title back to his family and to his home country is very important to him. He talks about being a part of TNA’s tour of India later this year and how big it is to him to go back to his family. He says it will be a very special night for he and his country. They are really putting over the possibility of him bringing the World Title back to India on that tour, which I think would probably be the nail in the coffin for TNA. That guy is about as ready to be a World Champion as I am, and that means not close. 
Josh hypes up an interview with Jeff Hardy for next week. 
A video package highlighting the history of EY vs. Bobby Roode is shown. 
TNA World Title Series 
Group X-Division 
Tigre Uno (3) vs. DJ Z (0) 
Tigre defeated Mandrews in his first match, Zema lost to Manik in his first of the series. They lockup and Tigre puts Zema in a high wristlock. Zema counters into a Waistlock but Tigre reverses into an armbar. Tigre transitions to a hammerlock but Zema counters into a waistlock again and then catches Tigre with an armdrag. Tigre sweeps Zema’s legs and then Zema leapfrogs him only to eat a dropkick! Tigre whips Zema into the corner and charges right into a boot from Zema. Zema then hits a beautiful Somersault Hurricanrana out of the corner! Zema charges at Tigre in the opposite corner but Tigre ducks and Zema catches himself in the ropes. Zema springboards off the top but Tigre moves and hits a Spinning Heel Kick that sends Zema crashing into the turnbuckles. Tigre hits a Running Dropkick to a downed Zema for a nearfall. Tigre tosses Zema to the apron and then sets up for a springboard move but Zema catches him in midair with a jawbreaker onto the top rope. Zema then hits a Sliding Spinning Headscissors sending Tigre into the steps! Zema rolls rolls Tigre back into the ring and gets a nearfall. Zema puts Tigre in a rear chinlock and then transitions in an armbar, but Tigre fights him off with elbows only to eat a huge Lariat as Tigre hit the ropes! Zema picks Tigre up and tosses him into the corner. Zema hits a series of shoulder blocks and then lifts Tigre up to the top rope. Zema climbs up with Tigre and attempts a Superplex but Tigre blocks it and shoves Zema to the mat. Tigre dives off with a Flying Cross Body attempt but Zema catches him with a dropkick in midair! Zema goes for his Slingshot Tornado DDT but Tigre blocks it and then backdrops Zema over the top to the apron. Tigre hits a Leaping Enziguri which causes Zema to crash onto the apron. Tigre then hits a Running Dropkick that sends Zema crashing to the floor. Tigre fakes out like he is going to dive but as Zema ducks Tigre stops and then hits a beautiful Corkscrew Plancha over the top rope to the floor! Tigre follows up with a Springboard Missile Dropkick and then a hurricanrana! 1…2…NO Zema kicks out! Tigre kicks Zema and then hits the ropes but Zema catches him with a hurricanrana of his own sending Tigre into the ropes! Zema hits the Running Knees in the ropes and then goes for the Slingshot Tornado DDT again, but again Tigre blocks it and hits a TKO! Tigre goes for the Split Legged Corkscrew Moonsault, but Zema moves out of the way and hits the Slingshot Tornado DDT for the pin! 
Winner: DJ Z via pinfall (Slingshot Tornado DDT) to earn 3 points! 
Footage of Gail and Kong’s match at BFG is shown. 
Main Event 
TNA World Title Series 
Group Knockouts 
Gail Kim (0) vs. Awesome Kong (3)
Lots of history here as these two put the Knockouts division on the map years ago when it first started. I’ll never forget the Street Fight they had on Impact back in 2008 (I believe it was 2008) which was the first time a Knockouts match had ever been the Main Event of an Impact. These two were also the first two Knockouts Champions ever. Gail defeated Kong in a Knockouts Title Match back at BFG but this match is not for that title. Kong goes for a lockup but Gail rolls under her and then shoots in for the lockup, but Kong shoves Gail back to the corner. Gail ducks another lockup attempt and hits a quick series of forearms. Gail then hits the ropes but eats a huge clothesline from Kong! Gail rolls to the floor to try and regroup. As she climbs back in the ring Gail catches Kong’s arm and hits an Armbreaker followed by a kick to the arm again. Gail avoids a Splash attempt from Kong as she slides through the ropes to the apron only to eat another clothesline from Kong. 
Back from the break Kong is still in control as she swings Gail by the legs into the turnbuckles. Kong puts Gail in a Camel Clutch and then releases it so she can attempt an Awesome Splash. Gail rolls out of the way and then attempts a Handspring Rana but Kong blocks it and hits a clotheslines. Kong chokes Gail with her boot and then hits a series of headbutts. Kong hits a series of cross chops and then puts Gail in a Sleeper. Gail counters with a Jawbreaker and then hits a series of leg kicks. Kong blocks the last one and sweeps Gail’s leg. Kong goes for a Hammerlock Slam but Gail counters into the Octopus! Kong counters by slamming Gail with a Sidewalk Slam for a nearfall! Kong goes for the Awesome Bomb but Gail slides through her legs and hits a big Running Forearm! Gail then hits a Running Dropkick that sends Kong through the ropes to the floor! Gail dives off the apron with a Flying Forearm! Gail rolls back into the ring and the referee begins the ten count, but as the referee got to nine Kong rolls back in the ring. Gail immediately locks Kong in another submission move, a form of a Triangle or something but Kong manages to roll Gail over into a nearfall! Gail hits a roundhouse kick and then a Running Cross Body, but Kong catches her in midair and hits a Front Slam! 1…2…NO Gail kicks out! Kong goes for a Chokeslam but Gail counters with an elbow to the head and then a Spike DDT! Both women are down now! The referee begins a double countout but both get up to their feet where Gail immediately goes back to the legs of Kong with some vicious kicks. Gail then hits a Sliding Dropkick to that leg and dives off the top with a Springbaord Flying Cross Body! 1…2…NO Kong kicks out! Gail goes for Eat Defeat but Kong blocks it and goes for the Spinning Back Fist. Gail ducks it only to walk into a boot from Kong. Kong attempts the Awesome Bomb but Gail counters into a hurricanrana for the pin! 
Winner: Gail Kim via pinfall (Hurricanrana) to earn 3 points! 

10/28 WWE NXT Report

Results courtesy of
WWE NXT results: Oct. 28, 2015 - Samoa Joe looks for retribution against Tyler Breeze, Dash & Dawson take out Big Cass
ORLANDO, Fla. — The NXT Championship No. 1 Contender's Battle Royal from two weeks ago ended well for Apollo Crews, who challenges Finn Bálor next Wednesday. However, Samoa Joe, who felt he should already have a title opportunity, was left with a sour taste in his mouth after Tyler Breeze yanked him out of the match. The unceremonious exit left Joe furious and looking for payback on Prince Pretty. He got his opportunity this week. Did he make the most of it?
Emma def. Shazza
With the fearsome Asuka on her mind, Emma kicked off this week's NXT against a familiar face from her past, fellow Australian Shazza. The ruthless Diva took control of the bout with a hard dropkick to the jaw, stunning Shazza. Emma showed blatant disregard for the rules, yanking on her foe's hair as Dana Brooke watched on in approval. Though Shazza put up a fight, Emma's rule-breaking was too much to overcome; she soon found herself in a brutal Emma Lock, with no choice but to tap out.
Jason Jordan & Chad Gable def. Johnny Gargano & Tommaso Ciampa
Following their impressive run in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic, Jason Jordan & Chad Gable looked to establish themselves as top contenders to the NXT Tag Team Championship. Standing in their path were independent stars Johnny Gargano & Tommaso Ciampa. The free agents threw everything they had at Jordan & Gable, but the mat wizards came out of this thrilling bout victorious after connecting with Grand Amplitude on Ciampa.
Nia Jax def. Kay Lee Ray
Scottish independent scene standout Kay Lee Ray was looking to make an impact in her first NXT match. Unfortunately, she had the tall task of taking on Nia Jax. Despite the size disadvantage, Kay Lee went right at Nia, but her strikes had no effect. When Kay Lee tried aerial attacks, Nia caught her mid-air and viciously slammed her into the canvas. Nia followed up with a leg drop to pick up another impressive victory. Is there anyone who can stop the red-hot Nia Jax?
Dash & Dawson attack Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady
Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady were on their way to the ring for tag team action when Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder viciously blindsided them. The two roughnecks tossed Amore off the stage before ganging up on Big Cass. They recklessly whipped the seven-footer towards the ring, sending him leg-first into the video board on the ring apron. Dash & Dawson focused their cruel attack on Cassady's left knee, capping it off with Dawson grapevining Big Cass' legs on the mat. That left his injured knee exposed for a devastating stomp off the ropes from Wilder. Cassady's horrific screams of pain echoed through the arena as officials rushed to the ring, finally putting an end to the shocking incident.
Samoa Joe vs. Tyler Breeze
Prince Pretty played games with Samoa Joe to start the match, leaving the ring on several occasions to lure Joe into a trap and take control of the bout. However, when Tyler Breeze took a second to gloat, Joe rushed at him, unleashing a flurry of strikes. There was no reprieve on the arena floor for the selfie-obsessed Superstar, as Samoa Joe dove through the ropes, launching his near 300-pound frame at Breeze.
Tyler Breeze went back on the offensive after a backbreaker out of nowhere, though ultimately, there was no stopping the furious Joe. The submission specialist used his size to his advantage, crushing Breeze with a senton. Prince Pretty escaped the Muscle Buster and connected with a Supermodel Kick, but couldn't put Joe down. Breeze tried to roll Joe up, but instead found himself tapping out to the Coquina Clutch. Now that he picked up some retribution, will Samoa Joe be able to get back into the NXT Championship picture?

10/28 ROH Report

Kelly & Nigel open talking about King Corino punching out BJ Whitmer last week with Nigel saying that there will be recupressions for Corino.
MOOSE w/Stokely Hathaway def. Donovan Dijak w/Truth Martini by pinfall with the Hit Stick.
Dalton Castle def. Cedric Alexander w/Veda Scott by pinfall with the Bang-a-Rang. Afterwards, Veda says she is filing suit against ROH for an unsafe working enviorment for Cedric.
In-ring segment with Jay Lethal and Roderick Strong with Nigel McGuinness granting Strong a future TV Title shot against Lethal.
Main Event: Michael Elgin & reDRagon def. The Kingdom (Adam Cole, Michael Bennett & Matt Taven) w/Maria Kanellis by pinfall when O'Reilly pinned Bennett with Chasing the Dragon. Afterwards, O'Reilly demanded a match with Cole for next week. Nigel says he cannot make the match since Cole has a match next week with AJ Styles, but he can add O'Reilly to the match, making it a Triple Threat. The Kingdom & Cole are left fuming as the show closes.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Details on Alberto Del Rio’s WWE Deal – May Miss Raw For AAA

The WON reports that Alberto Del Rio’s new deal with WWE has a $1.45 million downside with a reduced schedule compared to what he was working. WWE felt like they needed a Hispanic star, which justified the big-money contract. AAA was unable to match WWE’s offer; while they were disappointed it appears there is no hard feelings over the jump.
Del Rio wanted to keep a good relationship with AAA, but also wanted to keep his return a secret. He told AAA officials about his decision the night before or day of Hell in a Cell and suggested that he would finish up his scheduled dates. He has reportedly asked WWE to allow him to finish his scheduled dates.
AAA had plans to have a hair vs. hair match between Del Rio and Jeff Jarrett on December 5th, but they’re redoing plans for the show. They are under the impression that Del Rio will work their November 2nd show instead of Raw, which would presumably be where he loses the AAA Mega Championship. If he does work the day, it is because he insisted to be able to do so.
At this point, it’s uncertain if he will be able to complete all of his remaining AAA scheduled dates.

Opinionated View- I'm going to be sick.

Kurt Angle Signs With Bellator MMA

UPDATE x2: Bellator announced today, via press release, that they have signed Kurt Angle. Angle will appear for the company at the Dave & Busters in Maryland Heights, Missouri for the “Official Bellator Fan Fest,” which also includes appearances by Kimbo Slice, Liam McGeary, Royce Gracie, Ken Shamrock and Tito Ortiz. No other details were made available in regards to Angle fighting for the promotion. The press release said the following about the signing…
On November 5, combat sports fans from all around the country will converge on the Dave & Busters in Maryland Heights, Missouri for the “Official Bellator Fan Fest,” where they can meet several of their favorite athletes and receive photos and autographs. Bellator officials announced today that TNA superstar, former WWE superstar and Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle will join the epic line up, which is already packed with star power the likes of Kimbo Slice, Liam McGeary, Royce Gracie, Ken Shamrock and Tito Ortiz.
UPDATE: Pwinsider.comconfirmed with a source that the promotion that they had approached Angle about a potential fight, but could not confirm if a deal had been made. They previously approached Alberto Del Rio about a possible fight during his time away from WWE.
ORIGINAL: Kurt Angle posted the following on Twitter today, teasing a Bellator MMA related announcement…

The rumors, and to make this clear these are rumors at this time, are Angle vs. Ken Shamrock and/or Angle vs. Kimbo Slice. More 11on the story as it develops…

Opinionated View- For those that don't know Viacom that owns Spike also owns Bellator. So can someone explain to me why they got rid of TNA? Lashley keeps getting featured on big card for Bellator and now they sign Kurt Angle?

Ok now turning to the MMA side. I defended UFC when they signed CM Punk. But man this worries me. I tend to remember Dana White said once about Kurt "His neck scares us to death." We know how bad Kurt's neck is. I wonder if he could even get cleared to fight... Than again I've seen some awful commissions over the years.

Big Matches Coming Up In The World Title Series, IMPACT Preview (Oct. 28...

Non-Spoiler Match Listing For Tonight’s ROH TV

* Moose vs. Donavan Dijack
* Cedric Alexander vs. Dalton Castle
* Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish & Michael Elgin vs. Matt Taven, Michael Bennett & Adam Cole

Non-Spoiler Match Listing For Tonight’s NXT

* Emma vs. Shazza
* Jason Jordan and Chad Gable vs. Johnny Gargano and Tomasso Ciampa
* Nia Jax vs. Kay Lee Ray
* Samoa Joe vs. Tyler Breeze

Possible Injury During Main Event Tapings (SPOILER)

According to fan reports, Rusev appears to have been injured during his match with Neville during the Main Event tapings on Tuesday night. According to the reports, Rusev went down with what looked to be a shoulder injury. Rusev was checked on by a trainer and them Neville won by “medical decision.”

10/27 WWE Smackdown TV taping spoilers

Bray Wyatt challenged three people to take on his monsters. Wyatt had Undertaker's hat and Kane's mask...

1. Roman Reigns beat Kevin Owens via count-out. Owens left the match after getting Superman punched out of the ring, giving Reigns the win by count out. Reigns got more cheers, but he still has a nice amount of boos...

Dean Ambrose was interviewed backstage by Renee young. Ambrose accepted the Wyatt challenge. Young is wearing a fairy costume for the Halloween themed show. Bo Dallas showed up in a ghost costume and tried to scare Renee...

The Dudleys out to a huge pop and their opponents The Ascension were next followed by the Lucha Dragons, then King Barrett and Sheamus rounded out the four way match. I think a number one contender match was announced but it was hard to hear. New Day was out next. Huge pop! Unicorn horn headbands. Yes, you read that right.

2. The Lucha Dragons beat The Ascension, The Dudleys, and Wade Barrett & Sheamus. New Day was on commentary. The Lucha Dragons pinned one of the Ascension members as the other two teams fought to the back. Good action from all four teams...

Backstage, Cesaro joined Dean Ambrose for the fight against the Wyatts. Bo Dallas continued to haunt the backstage area...

3. Dolph Ziggler beat The Miz in a trick or treat street fight. The ring was surrounded by pumpkins and skeletons. A candy corn Singapore cane was in the mix. Miz had a light saber and kicked a few pumpkins over. Dolph dunked Miz in a bucket of water with apples and, of course, put a pumpkin on Miz's head, then Dolph super kicked to Miz. A small package by Dolph ended the match. Tyler Breeze made his entrance and attacked Dolph and after a quick exchange. The referees broke them apart. There were NXT chants for Tyler...

4. Paige beat Natalya. Sasha Banks interrupted mid match. Paige won via pinfall. Natty was beaten up by Sasha and her team. Sasha got cheers from the crowd...

Alberto Del Rio and Zeb Colter came out to proclaim themselves the first citizens of MexAmerica. They said the U.S. Title will represent Mexico and The United States...

5. Alberto Del Rio (w/Zeb Colter) beat R-Truth. Perfect time to bring Del Rio back while in the Southwest/California area. Del Rio squashed R- Truth. He performed a sick double stomp like he did to Neville on Raw...

The ghost is back. Mark Henry leveled Bo Dallas. Hopefully that ended the skit...

6. Luke Harper, Erick Rowan, and Braun Strowman defeated Dean Ambrose, Cesaro, and Ryback. Great six-man match. Harper pinned Cesaro after Bray Wyatt interfered. Roman Reigns came in after the show ended to help the babyface team

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

10/27 WWE Main Event Spoilers

10/27 WWE Main Event tapings:
* Brie Bella def. Becky Lynch.
* Stardust def. Zack Ryder.
* Neville def. Rusev via medical stoppage. According to live reports, it appears Rusev suffered some kind of an injury to his wrist and was examined by medical staff.


Two New Wrestlers on TNA Roster

TNA Wrestling has officially added Andrew Everett and Trevor Lee to their official roster page. The two have been paired together in the independent scene and most recently competed seperately at TNA’s Bount For Glory Pay per view.

Opinionated View- Great to see. Both guys are very talented.

WWE Reportedly In Talks With Nick Dinsmore Again

WWE is reportedly in talks with Nick Dinsmore to bring him back soon. It’s unknown if the two sides are talking about a talent job or another run as a coach in the WWE Performance Center in Orlando. He worked as a coach for a year before being released a year ago. Dinsmore has been working on his own indie promotion and wrestling school in Sioux Falls, South Dakota since September. He was reportedly well liked during his time as a coach and was considered a good trainer.

WWE News: Smackdown theme for Thursday

WWE is hyping Thursday's Smackdown television as the Halloween edition. "As SmackDown celebrates Halloween, which Superstars will get a trick and which will get a treat?" reads the website teaser.

Opinionated View- Lots of lame comedy a comin.

Evolve 51 lineup

Timothy Thatcher vs. Johnny Gargano for the Evolve Championship.
-Drew Galloway vs. Caleb Konley (w/So Cal Val)
-Drew Gulak vs. Matt Riddle
-TJ Perkins vs. Anthony Nese (w/So Cal Val)
-Andrew Everett vs. Tracy Williams
-Ethan Page vs. Peter Kaasa

Monday, October 26, 2015

10/26 Raw Report

Raw kicks off with the familiar blare of The Authority’s entrance music. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley are all smiles as they make there way to the ring. Triple H and Stephanie put over the event last night and call out “The Man” (their words) Seth Rollins. The Authority congratulate Rollins for taking on every challenge they have put in front of him and managing to hold on to the WWE World Heavyweight championship. They go on to tell Rollins they are proud of him. Rollins thanks Triple H and Stephanie for believing in him.

Triple H tells Rollins that he has been too effective; there are no challengers left for the title at this point. Now people have to earn the right to face Rollins. Triple H says that the winners from last night will have to face each other tonight. The winners of those matches will face off in a fatal four-way match later tonight. Roman Reigns music hits and he walks through the crowd to confront The Authority. Reigns says what is happening in the ring is making him sick. Reigns states he is going to win tonight and he is taking away Rollins championship. Believe that.

Kofi Kingston vs Roman Reigns
Kingston grabs a quick side headlock before Reigns backs him into the ropes. Kingston floors Reigns with a dropkick. Kingston hits the ropes again, but Reigns shoulder blocks Kingston. Reigns follows that with a stiff kicks to Kingston’s head. Kingston has no choice but to roll to the outside to regroup.

After a short break, Reigns suplexs Kingston from outside the ring in. Kingston kicks out of Reigns quick pin attempt. Kingston kicks Reigns in the gut, but Reigns response by clotheslining Kingston into oblivion. Reigns ends up on the outside as Big E. jaws at him. Kingston dives throw the ropes with a baseball slide to take control of Reigns. Kingston elbow smashes Reigns in the corner, then locks in a rear chin lock. Reigns fights out and hits the ropes, but Kingston slides under the ropes and trips Reigns. Kingston climbs up to the top turnbuckle and takes Reigns out with a double axe handle.
Kingston puts on another chin lock, but Reigns picks Kingston up and slams him hard to the mat with a modified uranage suplex. As both competitors get to their Reigns hits a few punches followed by a slam. Kingston charges Reigns, but Reigns floats over and school boys Kingston. Kingston kicks out, but Reigns picks Kingston up and powerbombs Kingston into the mat. Kingston kicks out at two. Reigns calls for the Superman punch, but Big E. gets on the apron. Big E. eats the Superman punch. Reigns spears Kingston for the win.
Winner- Roman Reigns

Cesaro vs Kevin Owens

As soon as the bell rings Owens rolls up Cesaro in a schoolboy. Cesaro kicks out. Owens tries to tell Michael Cole that he almost had him, but Cesaro rolls up Owens. Both Cesaro and Owens trade pin attempts. Cesaro clotheslines Owens, which causes Owens to take a much-needed time out. As Cesaro gets in the after chasing Owens, Owens takes control. Owens tries to suplex Cesaro, but Cesaro reverses it into a suplex of his own. Cesaro and Owens take turns stopping each other from getting back in the ring. After a double clothesline both Owens and Cesaro are out on the floor. The ref almost counts to 10, but both superstars make it back into the ring before they are counted out.
Cesaro give Owens a one-way ticket on the uppercut express, which ends with a high drop kick to Owen’s face. Owens rolls to the outside and says he is leaving. Before Owens can, Cesaro hits another running European uppercut while holding a Cesaro section sign. Owens tries to run again, but Cesaro dives off the apron with running senton. Cesaro calls for the big swing, but Owens reverses it into a DDT. Owens whips Cesaro into the ropes, but Cesaro springboards off with a high European uppercut. Cesaro calls for the swing, but Owens grabs the ropes. Cesaro walks right into a superkick. One popup powerbomb later and Cesaro is done.
Winner- Kevin Owens

Backstage Paige is going on and on about her appearance on Conan last week. Paige says ever talk show on the planet is calling her. Paige tells Charlotte that she deserves the Divas title. Charlotte tells Paige that if she finds out Paige attacked Natalya there will be consequences. Paige tells Charlotte it wasn’t her. Charlotte and Becky Lynch decide to let Paige back in the group.

Team PCB vs Team Bella
Paige and Nikki lock up. Paige gets an early advantage, with an arm drag followed by a Japanese arm drag. Nikki gets up and walks into a boot to the face by Paige. Nikki spinebusters Paige then takes a moment to knock Charlotte off the apron. Alicia fox tags in, but Charlotte and Paige hit a double dropkick on Alicia. Charlotte gets distracted and Fox takes advantage with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker.
Brie tags in and goes into “Brie mode” with a running knee. Brie goes into her husbands kick combo. Charlotte ducks the last kick and hits a spinning neck breaker. Charlotte tags in Lynch who kicks Brie in the head, then tosses Brie almost clear across the ring with a release fisherman’s suplex. Nikki tags in and floors Lynch with a forearm, followed by the rack attack for the win.
Winners- Team Bella

After the match Paige attacks Charlotte. Paige hits the Ram-Paige on both Charlotte and Lynch.
Backstage, Renee Young has Zeb Colter and Alberto Del Rio. Colter tells Renee that they have joined forced to bring together Mexico and America into one country. Colter refers to this new country as Mex-America. Del Rio tells Renee that he refuses to let an entitled immigrant (Neville) take away his opportunity to be WWE world champion once again.

Alberto Del Rio vs Neville
Del Rio and Neville lock up, but Del Rio easily sends Neville to the mat with a shoulder block. Del Rio walks away whipping his hands at Neville. Del Rio pus Neville in an arm bar and slaps Neville in the head over and over again before just tossing Neville to the outside. Neville gets back in the ring and he Del Rio exchange blows. Neville hits a wheel barrel bulldog, followed by a springboard crossbody. Del Rio doesn’t know what to do, so he takes a moment to roll to the outside to consult with Colter.

Tilt-a-whirl backbreaker by Del Rio. Del Rio puts a knee in Neville’s back and locks in a modified camel clutch. Neville fights back to his feet before getting cut off by Del Rio. Neville hits the ropes, rolls through Del Rio’s legs and kicks Del Rio over and over again. Del Rio rolls out of the ring, but Neville does an indo over the tip rope onto Del Rio. Del Rio gets back in the ring, but Neville hits a hurricanrana for a two count. Neville goes to the apron, but Del Rio hits his running enzguri for another two count. Del Rio tries for the cross armbreaker, but Neville turns it into a pin. Del Rio kicks out, and almost decapitates Neville with a clothesline. Del Rio almost hits hit rope slide, but Neville moves out of the way. Neville goes for a top rope moonsault but Del Rio hits Neville and Neville falls into a tree of woe. Del Rio hits a diving foot stomp off the top rope for the pin fall.
Winner- Alberto Del Rio

Ryback and the Dudley Boyz vs Sheamus, Rusev, and King Barrett

The international bad guys rush the ring and a huge brawl breaks out. D-Von and Sheamus end up in the ring alone. After a body slam and a diving head-butt D-Von goes for a pin. Sheamus kicks out at 2.5. Barrett distracts D-Von long enough for Sheamus to hit a rolling senton. The heels take turns working over D-Von. After a brief flurry by D-Von Barrett almost kicks D-Von’s teeth in with a huge big boot. Irish curse backbreaker by Sheamus. Rusev is back in. Rusev knocks Bubba off the apron, but this allows D-Von to clothesline him. D-Von tags in Ryback, who cleans house. Bubba tags in, and he and D-von hit the back drop/neckbreaker combo. Ryback, Bubba, and D-Von hit stereo meathook clotheslines. A triple team whaz up later, the Dudleys are ready to get the tables. As D-Von and Ryback look for tables, Barrett rolls up Bubba from behind for the win.
Winners- Sheamus, Rusev, and King Barrett

Bray Wyatt is in the ring to talk to us about what happened last night. Bray says for 25 years Undertaker had no equal, but last night the apocalypse showed its face. Bray asks the crowd if they can feel it? Bray goes on to say he has a message for Roman Reigns. He and Reigns will meet again. Once Bray has resurrected himself by destroying Undertaker. Bray says he is feasting on the soul of Undertaker. He wants more. He needs more. Bray asks everyone in the arena to bow their heads and everyone at home to place their hands on the TV. He wants everyone to do this as a moment of silence for the man who has lost his soul to Bray. The Undertaker.
Before Bray can revel in whatever the heck this was supposed to be, Kane’s music hits. Kane power walks to the ring for Bray. Before Kane can get into the ring the lights go out and the rest of the Wyatts attack. Kane makes short work of each member, leaving just Bray in the ring. Kane is about to chokeslam Bray, but Luke Harper and Erik Rowen get back in the ring. Kane is about to chokeslam them both, but Braun Strowman hits Kane from behind. Harper and Rowen double chokeslam Kane. The entire family beats down Kane, before they carry him out in the same manner they did The Undertaker the night before.

After a commercial break, we see the Wyatts dragging Kane into the abyss as Bray sings, “He’s got the whole world in his hands”.
Big E. vs Dolph Ziggler

Before the match can start, Tyler Breeze’s music hits. Breeze and Summer Rae make their way to the announce table and sit in a special VIP section. When the bell rings Ziggler immediately attacks Big E. Ziggler goes for a neckbreaker, but Big E. reverses it into a stiff shoulder tackle. Big E. puts Ziggler in an abdominal stretch. Ziggler fights out and clotheslines Big E. over the top rope. Ziggler tumbles out of the ring with Big E. Ziggler rolls Big E. back into the ring, but as soon as Ziggler gets back into the squared circle Big E. runs over him.
After a short break, Ziggler runs into yet another shoulder tackle. Ziggler somehow manages to lock in a sleeper hold. Big E. slams Ziggler into the corner, followed by a running tackle in the corner. Ziggler tries the fameasser, but Big E. reverses it into a powerbomb. Dolph hits a Stinger splash in the corner, followed by a neck breaker after the miscue by Big E. Ziggler almost superkicks Big E, but Big E. reverses and slingshots Ziggler into the ring post. Big E. goes to the outside and tosses Ziggler back in. Big E. takes a sip of Breeze’s drink on the outside. We Big E. gets back in the ring he walks right into a Fameasser for a two count.

Ziggler and Big E end up on the apron. Big E. is about to splash Ziggler on the apron. Big E. touches horns Kingston, but as soon as Big E. turns around Ziggler superkicks him. Big E. charges Ziggler in the corner, but Ziggler moves out of the way. Ziggler hits the zig-zag for the win.
Winner- Dolph Ziggler
After the match, Dean Ambrose is sitting in the locker room with Reigns. Ambrose tells Reigns that Reigns has been here before. He almost had it at WrestleMania. He almost had it at Money in the Bank. He has to have it tonight. Reigns tells Ambrose that he’s got this.

Dolph Ziggler vs Alberto Del Rio vs Kevin Owens vs Roman Reigns

Ziggler and Owens pair off as Reigns and Del Rio battle on the outside of the ring. Owens and Ziggler also end up on the outside. Owens sends Ziggler into the barricade, and then tees off on Reigns. Owens and Reigns end up back in the ring. Owens traps Reigns into the corner. Owens drives his shoulder into Reign’s gut over and over again. On the outside of the ring, Del Rio jumps off the barricade onto Ziggler. Del Rio gets back in the ring, but Reigns suplexes him. Reigns then suplexes Owens, then lastly, Reigns suplexes Ziggler.
Reigns hits the drive by on Owens, then the drive by on the announce table to Del Rio. Reigns celebrate, but gets superkicked by Ziggler. Del Rio and Owens are taking turns stomping on Ziggler. Reigns starts to stir on the outside of the ring. Del Rio goes out to the apron and kicks Reigns in the head. Owens and Del Rio are working in unison. Reigns starts to move again, but Owens goes to the outside and throws Reigns into the ring steps. Del Rio hits a basement dropkick to Ziggler and goes for the pin. Owens breaks up the pin. Owens and Del Rio get into it. Owens misses his running senton. Del Rio hits the head kick that won him the U.S. title, but Owens rolls to the outside. Reigns gets in the ring and tosses Del Rio out of the ring. Ziggler tries to sneak in a zig-zag but Reigns holds on the rope. Ziggler hits a DDT, but Reigns Superman punches Ziggler.
Del Rio throws Reigns out of the ring and tries to pin Ziggler, but Ziggler kicks out. Owens gets on the apron, but Del Rio enzguris Owens. Del Rio flapjacks Ziggler before going to the top rope. Ziggler wiggles out as Reigns hits a Superman punch to Del Rio as he is on the top rope. Ziggler superkicks Reigns. Owens hits a cannonball on Ziggler and Del Rio. Owens kicks Reigns and whips him into the ropes for the popup powerbomb, but when Owens tosses Reigns in the air Reigns Superman punches Owens in midair. Reigns spears Owens for the win.
Winner and new number one contender, Roman Reigns.

Vince McMahon Furious Over Brock Lesnar Refusing Doctor at Hell in a Cell

PWInsider reports that while Vince McMahon wasn’t happy about the blood in the Hell in a Cell main event, that was not what made him furious. The site reports that what incensed McMahon was that after Lesnar began to bleed and a doctor was sent down to the ring to tend to him, Lesnar shoved the referee out of the way.

The site reports that the shove was 100% legitimate and Lesnar was upset that the doctor’s intervention disrupted the match’s momentum. It also reports that a blade job is highly unlikely, as a blade cut wouldn’t require nine staples and everyone backstage is very aware of the company’s strict policy against blading.

Finally, the site says that while Vince was angry, neither Undertaker nor Brock Lesnar was spoken to about the incident after the match.

Opinoinated View- Well Vince really only has himself to blame. You do all you can do to give Brock what ever he wants so of course he thinks he can do what ever he wants. And you know what Brock is right. You want to have the doctor check on him fine but don't interrupt the match.

Tomosso Ciampa Not Expected to Sign With WWE?

Tomasso Ciampa may not be signing with WWE any time soon. The site reports that the talk backstage at the NXT TV tapings was that Ciampa’s angle teasing a singing at a recent London indie show was just a storyline to promote their next show with his return.
While this doesn’t mean Ciampa isn’t going to be used by NXT, he is not believed to be signing fully on board in the near future.

Opinionated View- I am torn in a few ways over this. On the one hand I want to see Ciampa get a chance. On the other hand this does leave him open for TNA the company I prefer. But the other issue is and what I feared with NXT doing this is. You have this talented guy that might be wasting good time in the WWE's minor league.

WWE Releases Statement on Lesnar & Undertaker Blading Rumors

Following fan speculation that the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar intentionally bled during last night’s WWE Hell in a Cell main event, the WWE released the following statement today…
“WWE programming is TV-PG and we don’t permit intentional bleeding. The communication or contact between our performers and referees is part of our safety protocol. That said, unintentional blood sometimes occurs, and we do our best to minimize.”

ROH News and Notes

ROH taped several weeks of TV over the weekend, which will be the final build to the Final Battle PPV in December…
– AJ Styles was in attendance over the weekend but did not work. Styles is nursing a back injury from the New Japan Pro Wrestling King of Pro Wrestling match with Kazuchika Okada. The injury got aggravated during a long flight to Italy for an independent appearance.
– ACH suffered a concussion in Kalamazoo, Michigan on Friday and did not work on Saturday.
– The following matches are set for the ROH Final Battle PPV in December…
* ROH champion Jay Lethal vs. AJ Styles
* ROH Tag Team champions The Kingdom vs. War Machine
* Brutal Bob Evans vs. Cheeseburger

Vince McMahon Reportedly Furious Over Blood in Last Night’s Taker vs. Lesnar Match

– Bryan Alvarez of F4wonline reports that Vince McMahon and Kevin Dunn were not happy during the main event of the WWE Hell in a Cell PPV. According to Alvarez, both McMahon and Dunn both freaked out over the blood and immediately sent a doctor to the ring to deal with the blood and “calm” both Lesnar and Taker. He also posted the following on Twitter last night during the match…

Bryan Alvarez @bryanalvarez
Vince already flipping his lid backstage and we're three minutes in.
Vince wants a doctor out there now and Kevin Dunn is apparently demanding all replays be in black and white.
They are screaming at the doctors and the ref through the headsets
Opinionated View- Well from what I understand now and more to come the rumor are they bladed with out permission. Now when it comes to bladding I get reducing it given the danger with blood. BUT that said given how the billed and set up this match it was a time for bladding. And well when you bend over backwards to cater to Taker and Brock's egos of course they thought they could go rouge.

Charlotte Injured At Hell in a Cell?

It is believed that Charlotte broke her nose during last night’s match with Nikki Bella.

Opinionated View- I'm amazed that wasn't the only injury. Because that match was about as poorly worked as I have ever seen.

Brock Lesnar Not Appearing on Raw

Brock Lesnar has flown home and is not scheduled to appear on Raw tonight.

Opinionated View- Well of course Brock isn't going to show up. He's Brock.

WWE Donating Items To Jersey All Pro Memorial

Jersey All Pro sent out the following:
Former JAPW referee, and current WWE referee Shawn Bennett will be in attendance at the JAPW 19th Anniversary Show to host a special raffle to benefit the family of "Fat Frank" Iadevaia. Numerous members of the current WWE and NXT rosters have spent time working with Frank throughout JAPW's 19 year history.
100% of all money collected will be donated to Frank's wife Jenn, and their two children.
WWE has donated five one of a kind items to be raffled off at the JAPW show on 11/14 in Rahway, NJ.
Top prize will be a replica NXT Championship belt signed by JAPW alumni that are currently on the WWE and NXT rosters. Signatures included Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Cesaro, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Samoa Joe, Finn Balor, Solomon Crowe, Sara Del Ray, Drake "Younger" Wuertz, and Eddie "Bandido Jr." Orengo.
Other prizes include a rare "WWE Fall Tour 2015" crew t-shirt signed by the same JAPW Alumni, a NXT poster signed by the cast of WWE Network's "Breaking Ground" documentary series, a four pack of NXT autographed photos, and a NXT poster signed by the "Four Horsewomen" Charlotte, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, and Bayley, as well as their trainer, WWE Performance Center Assistant Head Coach & former JAPW Women's Champion Sara Del Ray.
Prizes will be on display throughout the event. Raffle tickets will be available starting when doors open for the event at 5:30pm until partway through the second half of the event. Raffle will be done "tricky tray" style, meaning that you can choose what prizes you are trying to win by placing tickets into the corresponding bin for each prize. Tickets will cost $2 each, 3 for $5, 8 for $10, 15 for $15, or 24 for $20.
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Brock Lesnar Gets Nine Staples In Head At Hell in Cell

Courtesy of
Brock Lesnar suffers injury
During his Hell in a Cell Match against The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar suffered a large gash on his head after being pushed face-first into the steel ring post. The gash required medical attention during the contest, and has learned that The Beast Incarnate received as many as nine staples following the match.

WWE to Celebrate Undertaker at Survivor Series

WWE released a promo during Hell in a Cell anouncing that next month’s Survivor Series will be themed “25 Years Of The Undertaker.” The Phenom made his debut on WWE TV at Survivor Series on November 22nd, 1990 in Hartford, Connecticut.

This year’s Survivor Series takes place on November 22nd as well, in Atlanta Georgia. It will air on the WWE Network.

Opinionated View- Just what we don't need another ego trip for Undertaker. And for anyone about to say "You don't get it. Undertaker is true legend." Exactly and we always have to hear about it. Pretty much the entire last 15 year have been nothing but celebrating Undertaker.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2015 Report

WWE United States Champion John Cena is out first to kick off the show. Cena starts to cut a promo when Zeb Colter interrupts him. Colter is out in a riding cart. He said it is time for Cena to lose his title and that will officially begin tonight. Colter said it is also time for people from different backgrounds to start working together.
Colter introduces John's opponent tonight...Alberto Del Rio!
WWE United States Championship - Open Challenge
John Cena (c) vs. Alberto Del Rio w/ Zeb Colter
Huge reaction for the returning Alberto Del Rio tonight in Los Angeles.
Cena with a quick shoulder block that drops Del Rio early. Cena with some corner shots. Del Rio with an arm drag to keep Cena grounded. Del Rio with repeated kicks to the leg of Cena. Del Rio with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker on Cena. Del Rio with a shot from the corner and keeps Cena grounded in a headlock. Cena with a quick suplex on Del Rio. Del Rio with a kick to the head scaling up the ropes as Cena was headed to the top turnbuckle. Cena cuts off Del Rio with a clothesline in the corner. Cena with his jumping shoulder tackles and plants Del Rio with his twisting plant on the mat. Cena connects with Five Knuckle Shuffle on Del Rio, has him up for the AA, Del Rio counters with a backstabber! Del Rio with a big superkick to the face of Cena, hooks the leg and Del Rio gets the pinfall!
Winner and new WWE United States Champion: Alberto Del Rio

Backstage, Triple H and Stephanie are smiling at Del Rio's return when Seth Rollins walks in trashing Kane. Kane interrupts saying he is here to serve, smiling. Rollins said Kane isn't fooling anyone with all of his antics in recent weeks. Triple H interrupts and said this is a private meeting and tells Kane he isn't needed right now. Kane wishes Rollins luck tonight.
We see the Hell in a Cell starting to lower over the ring.

A video package runs hyping Roman Reigns vs. Bray Wyatt tonight.

Hell in a Cell Match
Roman Reigns vs. Bray Wyatt
Reigns sends Wyatt to corners repeatedly and gets in some early right hands. Reigns with big knees to Wyatt in the corner. Wyatt with kicks, uppercuts and headbutts to fight back. Reigns with a jumping clothesline and then launches Wyatt with an overhead suplex. Reigns tosses Wyatt across the ring once again and catches Wyatt with a quick uppercut shot. Wyatt avoids a dropkick from Reigns, but Reigns fires back with a right. Reigns backs up and then hits his jumping dropkick to the head of Wyatt over the ring apron. Reigns then sends Wyatt face first into the side of the cell structure at ringside. Wyatt with a big right hand on Reigns and Reigns fights off a suplex to the outside attempt over the second rope. Wyatt grabs a kendo stick from under the ring and cracks it over the head of Reigns. In the ring, Wyatt starts beating Reigns over the back with the stick. Wyatt with a shot to the shoulder/head of Reigns using the stick. More body shots with the kendo stick by Wyatt. Wyatt props Reigns up in the corner, hits him in the ribs with the stick and Reigns starts to fight back with rights. Wyatt cuts him off with another shot to the back using the stick. Wyatt props Reigns up on the top turnbuckle, hits him with the kendo stick and Reigns falls off to the outside. Wyatt grabs a steel chair from under the ring, sets it up near Reigns, sits on it and starts beating Reigns over the chest with the kendo stick. Wyatt then sticks the chair through the openings of the cell structure and props the stick in the corner of the cell. Reigns is fighting back with rights and headbutts. Wyatt then drops Reigns face first over the stick cracking it in half! Reigns then fights back sending Wyatt face first into the steel chair that was sticking into the cell. Reigns then launches Wyatt back first into the cell. Reigns now has two kendo sticks. Reigns starts cracking them over the body of Wyatt, puts them together and winds up with big shots to the chest of Wyatt. Reigns pulls out two tables, putting one inside the ring and setting up another on the outside. Wyatt crawled back in and pushed the table out. Reigns runs up and dropkicks Wyatt in the head. Reigns has Wyatt by the head on the ring apron. Wyatt with a knee, headbutt and then plants Reigns over the table! Reigns crashes through the table. Wyatt tosses Reigns back in the ring, hooks the leg and Reigns gets a shoulder up. Wyatt with a body splash over Reigns. Reigns rolls out and Wyatt splashes into him against the cell. Wyatt throws elbows at the head of Reigns against the steel ring post. Wyatt brings another table inside the ring and connects with a knee to Reigns in the corner. Wyatt props Reigns up on the top turnbuckle after setting up the table nearby. Reigns is blocking superplex attempts by Wyatt. Reigns and Wyatt exchange body shots. Reigns with headbutts to Wyatt. Reigns drops down, gets Wyatt on his shoulders and powerbombs Wyatt through the table! Reigns with a cover and Wyatt kicks out. Both men are down. Reigns with shots in the corner. Reigns with a roll up for two.. Reigns catches Wyatt with a Superman punch! Reigns covers and Wyatt powers out. Reigns and Wyatt are brawling on the ring apron. Reigns with a spear on Wyatt off the ring apron through a table below at ringside! Reigns with a cover back inside the ring and Wyatt again kicks out. Wyatt with a big boot and Sister Abigail combo on Reigns! Wyatt hooks the leg and Reigns somehow kicks out. Wyatt sits up laughing. Wyatt has both kendo sticks and slams it over the body of Reigns. Wyatt puts both kendo sticks in the corner. Reigns grabs one and starts cracking it across Wyatt's body. Reigns sends Wyatt face first into the other kendo stick, hits the ropes and spears Wyatt. Reigns gets the pinfall.
Winner: Roman Reigns

We see a photo of Xavier Woods sending well wishes to New Day tonight.

WWE Tag Team Championships Match
The New Day (c's) vs. The Dudley Boyz
Before the match, Kofi Kingston thanks the WWE Universe for support after Xavier Woods was put through a table by The Dudley Boyz. He calls for unicorn horns to be raised. Big E said today is a sad day, much like how sad the Lakers have become.
We start with Kofi Kingston and D-Von Dudley. Kofi with kicks and body shots early. D-Von with rights and then a twisting shoulder block. D-Von plants Kofi down fac efirst and connects with a jumping headbutt off the ropes. Tag to Bubba Ray Dudley. The Dudley's with a double shoulder block and double elbow drops. Kofi gets a boot up on Bubba in the corner. Bubba with a chop and right hands launching Kofi off the top turnbuckle. Kofi bails from the ring and Big E joins him to regroup yelling, "Timeout sucka!" Bubba with right hands to Kofi back in the ring. Tag to D-Von who tries a leg drop over Kofi, but Kofi hangs on and the spot doesn't go well. JBL called it "butt ugly." Tag to Big E who drops D-Von right away and gets in a booty dance smiling. Big E with stomps to D-Von in the corner. Tags between Big E and Kofi stomping away at D-Von in the corner. Kofi gets the tag and gets launched into the corner at D-Von by Big E. Big E moves his hips on the ring apron in celebration. Kofi keeps D-Von grounded. Big E gets the tag and hits a frog splash over D-Von for a two count. Tag to Kofi who sets up D-Von for the what's up headbutt. D-Von kicks Kofi away as Big E started to go up top. Hot tag to Bubba. Bubba with clotheslines to Kofi. High back body drop by Bubba on Kofi. Bubba with rights and a big elbow to Big E. Bubba with a scoop slam on Big E near the corner. D-Von goes up top and we get the what's up headbutt drop as D-Von connects directly over Big E. Kofi with a huge double dropkick on The Dudley's as they were asking for the tables. Kofi grabs the trombone at ringside, throws it at Bubba, Bubba catches it and Kofi falls to the mat holding his head. The referee sees this and starts to argue with Bubba. Bubba is saying he didn't do it. The referee almost called for the bell when he stopped and let the match continue. Kofi gets in the referee's face. Bubba snaps the trombone. Reverse 3D on Kofi, D-Von covers and Kofi kicks out. Tag to Bubba as they call for the 3D. Big E hits Bubba with part of the trombone. D-Von sends Big E over the top rope. Kofi with Trouble in Paradise to the head of Bubba. Kofi hooks the leg gets the pinfall on Bubba.
Winners and still WWE Tag Team Champions: The New Day

A video package runs hyping Charlotte vs. Nikki Bella tonight.
WWE Divas Championship Match
Charlotte (c) vs. Nikki Bella

No one is allowed at ringside for this championship match.
Lock up and Charlotte pushes Nikki to the ropes. Back to another lock up and Charlotte sends Nikki to the corner. Charlotte with a quick neckbreaker. Charlotte with a huricanrana takedown and then drops some big right hands over Nikki. They brawl to the outside and Nikki tosses Charlotte over the ring barricade. Charlotte fires back with an elbow. Nikki responds with elbow of her own and then jumps off the barricade connecting with a kick. Nikki sends Charlotte back first into the barricade and then tosses her back inside the ring. Nikki drops the face of Charlotte off her knee. Charlotte's nose appears to be busted open. Nikki goes to work on the left knee of Charlotte. Charlotte drops Nikki with a big boot from the corner, covers and Nikki kicks out after two. Nikki drives Charlotte face first into the turnbuckle. Nikki with a quick spinebuster on Charlotte. Nikki and Charlotte exchange chops. Charlotte overwhelms Nikki with chops in the corner. Nikki comes off the second rope attempting a kick, Charlotte ducks and Nikki favors her knee. Charlotte with a neckbreaker on Nikki from the corner. Charlotte goes up top and Nikki cuts her off. Nikki attempts a german suplex, but Charlotte flips off landing on her feet! Charlotte with a huge spear on Nikki. Charlotte gets the Figure Four locked on. Nikki turns it over and reaches out to get the bottom rope to break it up. Charlotte was unable to bridge into the Figure Eight. Nikki tosses Charlotte out of the ring. Nikki with an Alabama Slam on Charlotte against the ring! Back in the ring, Charlotte ties up Nikki and applies the Figure Eight. Nikki taps.
Winner and still WWE Divas Champion: Charlotte

After the match, Paige and Becky Lynch run out to celebrate with Charlotte.

A video package runs hyping Seth Rollins vs. Kane tonight.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match
Seth Rollins (c) vs. Kane
We get ring introductions for the challenger Kane and champion Seth Rollins.
Kane with a jumping DDT planting Rollins early. Kane with a quick big boot to a sitting Rollins. Rollins catches Kane with an elbow and then eats a huge uppercut launching him to the outside off the corner. Kane starts clearing off the Spanish announce table. Rollins kicks Kane away, gets back in the ring, Kane blocks a suicide dive and drops Rollins with a right. Back in the ring, Kane plants Rollins on the mat chest first. Kane goes up to the top turnbuckle and Rollins trips him up. Rollins drops Kane off the corner and Kane goes flying back to the ground. Rollins with a diving flip over the top rope that catches Kane on the way down. Rollins with forearms to the chest of Kane over the ring apron. Rollins with a twisting takedown on Kane back inside the ring. Rollins starts choking Kane over the second rope. Rollins with a quick neckbreaker. Rollins with kicks to the chest of Kane. Rollins splashes Kane in the corner and then gets in some kicks. Rollins with more corner shots. Kane with a shot to Rollins who falls down on the top turnbuckle. Kane with a superplex on Rollins. Kane with a big boot that levels Rollins. Kane with a jumping clothesline off the top turnbuckle after fighting off a superplex attempt by Rollins. Rollins with a kick to Kane's head. Kane counters a Pedigree attempt. Kane with a chokeslam. Rollins gets a shoulder up. Kane is calling for a Tombstone. Rollins counters and rolls to the outside. Kane sends Rollins into the ring apron and then slams him over the announce table. Kane starts clearing off that announce table. Kane has Rollins on top of the announce table. Rollins ducks under and powerbombs Kane over the Spanish announce table. The table doesn't break as Rollins slides back in. The referee starts the count. Kane slides in at the count of eight. Kane counters another Pedigree attempt. Rollins kicks Kane in the head. Rollins with a springboard knee to the head on Kane, goes up again and connects with a second flying knee to the head. Rollins with a superkick, Kane is still sitting up and Rollins with a third superkick to take Kane down. Rollins goes back up to the top turnbuckle, jumps and connects with a huge frog splash. Cover and Kane kicks out! Kane chokes Rollins. Rollins with the Pedigree. Rollins hooks the leg and gets the win.
Kane can no longer serve as the Director of Operations.

Winner and still WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Seth Rollins

We see highlights from the Kickoff show where Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro and Neville defeated Sheamus, King Barrett and Rusev in a six man tag team match.

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Kevin Owens (c) vs. Ryback
The bell rings and Owens bails. Ryback chases him down and Owens cuts him off back in the ring. Ryback with shoulder charges on Owens in the corner. Ryback with a quick vertical suplex on Owens. Ryback with a quick scoop slam and then splashes Owens off the ring apron. Ryback slaps Owens on the ground and tosses him back in. Ryback with right hands to Owens in the corner. Owens trips up Ryback from the corner and connects with a big body splash. Ryback is down in the corner. Ryback cuts off Owens with a big spinebuster. Ryback plants Owens with a quick powerbomb, hooks the leg and Owens gets a shoulder up after two. Owens tosses Ryback out and the referee starts the count. Ryback barely makes it in as he eats a drop toe hold from Owens. Ryback fires back with a huge clothesline that levels Owens. Ryback calls for the end dropping the straps. Ryback has Owens up for Shell Shocked. Owens hangs on to the top rope and comes down. Ryback with shots to Owens through the ropes. Owens is tied up and then rakes the eyes of Ryback again. Owens sends Ryback to the ropes, Pop Up Powerbomb and gets the pinfall.
Winner and still WWE Intercontinental Champion: Kevin Owens

We see footage from earlier tonight of Alberto Del Rio returning to defeat John Cena for the WWE United States Championship and join forces with Zeb Colter.
A video package runs hyping Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker tonight.

Hell in a Cell Match
Brock Lesnar w/ Paul Heyman vs. The Undertaker
Big reactions for both Lesnar and Undertaker tonight in Los Angeles.
The bell rings and here we go. Lesnar goes for a german early. Taker with elbows and right hands. Lesnar with knees and shoulder charges in the corner. Taker clotheslines Lesnar back to the corner. Lesnar with another knee and forearm shot to the back. Taker dumps Lesnar through the ropes to the outside when Lesnar was going for a german suplex. Taker with right hands to Lesnar against the cell structure. Lesnar sends Taker back first into the cell, but Taker is able to send Lesnar face first into the steel ring post. Lesnar is busted open as Taker throws more rights. Lesnar with body shots. Taker tosses a steel chair inside the ring and picks up a bloody Lesnar tossing him inside the ring. Lesnar with a big takedown planting Taker as he gets back inside the ring. Lesnar grabs the steel chair and cracks it over the back of Taker. Lesnar with more shots as Taker is down. Lesnar falls to the corner as WWE staff clean the blood off his face. Taker blocks a shot with the chair and then Lesnar cracks it over the back of Taker. Lesnar chokes Taker with his boot. Lesnar launches Taker head first into the cell. Lesnar removes one of his gloves, hits Taker with a right and attempts a suplex. Taker counters into a suplex of his own. Taker tosses Lesnar back inside, grabs a steel chair and drops Lesnar's jaw over the top! Taker is now busted open on his forehead. Lesnar catches Taker with the first german suplex of the night. Lesnar with a second german. Lesnar connects with a third. Lesnar with an F5, hooks the leg and Taker gets a shoulder up after two. Lesnar pushes a WWE medical staff member flying and connects with another F5! Taker again kicks out. Lesnar grabs the steel steps and tosses them inside the ring. Lesnar nails Taker with the steel steps. Lesnar covers and Taker again gets his shoulder up. Lesnar can't believe it. Lesnar tries to slam the steel steps over Taker and Taker moves out of the way. Taker kicks the steps back into the face of Lesnar as Lesnar falls back. Taker gets Hell's Gate applied on Lesnar. Lesnar fights out and unloads with lefts and rights on Taker. Taker is down and Lesnar is on his knees. Lesnar rips up the mat canvas and the mat below to expose the boards. Taker grabs Lesnar and gives him a chokeslam over the exposed wood! Taker has Lesnar up for a Tombstone Piledriver and connects over the exposed boards! Taker crosses the arms of Lesnar for the cover and Lesnar powers out! Taker is in shock. Taker is up falling into the ropes as Lesnar is just starting to recover. Lesnar with a low blow and smiles. Lesnar with an F5 over the exposed wood. Lesnar hooks the leg and gets the pinfall on Taker.
Winner: Brock Lesnar

After the match, the Hell in a Cell structure is lifted up. We see a shot of Brock Lesnar recovering in the corner as The Undertaker remains down. Paul Heyman congratulates Lesnar at ringside as we can see Undertaker pointing at Lesnar. Lesnar falls to the ground as he starts to head towards the entrance area. Lesnar and Heyman head to the back.
Inside the ring, we see The Undertaker try to sit up and struggle. A loud "THANK YOU TAKER" chant starts up in Los Angeles. Undertaker fits to his feet using the ropes. He walks around the ring as the audience gives him a standing ovation.

Undertaker drops to a knee when the lights go out and The Wyatt Family walks out. Undertaker drops his straps ready for a fight. The lights turn back on as we see all four members of The Wyatt Family staring down Undertaker.

The Wyatt Family surrounds the ring on all of the ring aprons. Erick Rowan, Luke Harper and Braun Stroman all attack The Undertaker. Bray Wyatt tells them to keep it up as he smiles looking on. Rowan, Harper and Stroman hold Undertaker allowing Wyatt to get in some body shots and right hands on a helpless Undertaker. Wyatt continues the beatdown with stomps over Undertaker. The Wyatt's grab Undertaker and carry him away.