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Nov 20, 2017
Devin

    

5-on-5 Traditional Elimination Match: Team SmackDown (Captain Shane McMahon, John Cena, Bobby Roode, Randy Orton, Shinsuke Nakamura) vs. Team RAW (Captain Kurt Angle, Triple H, Braun Strowman, Finn Bálor, Samoa Joe)

We go to the ring and out first comes Team RAW Captain Kurt Angle. The RAW General Manager waits as Finn Balor is out next to a pop. Samoa Joe is out next as fans chant for him, followed by Braun Strowman to another pop. Triple H is out last for Team RAW. Captain Shane McMahon is out first for Team SmackDown. The SmackDown Commissioner waits at the bottom of the ramp as Randy Orton joins him next. Bobby Roode is out next with his glorious entrance. Team RAW looks on as Shinsuke Nakamura makes his way out next. Free agent John Cena is out last for his team.

The two teams face off in the middle of the ring before the bell. The referee tries to get them to their corners. Braun just stares Shane down. Shane attacks Braun from behind as he walks away. The bell rings and Braun launches Shane across the ring. Shane quickly tags Orton in. Triple H laughs at Shane, who is shocked at Braun’s power. Joe and Orton start the match off by locking up.

Joe gets the early upperhand but Orton comes back with a headlock. The Network goes out for the second time during this pay-per-view and comes back to Orton blocking a Coquina Clutch attempt. Orton and Joe face off. Balor tags in. Nakamura wants the tag and fans agree with the “yes!” chant. Orton tags in Nakamura. Nakamura and Balor size each other up. Balor goes for the leg but Nakamura avoids it. Fans chant for NXT now. They trade holds. Nakamura taunts Balor against the ropes. Balor turns him around and does the taunting now. Balor kicks Nakamura in the gut and tries to take him down but Nakamura lands on his feet. They trade counters again and face off. Triple H reaches for the tag to face Nakamura. Balor tags him in.

Nakamura tells Triple H to bring it and they lock up. Triple H takes it to the corner. Fans do dueling chants for the two. Triple H rocks Nakamura in the corner and beats him down a bit. Nakamura comes from behind and takes Triple H to the corner for offense of his own. Nakamura drops Triple H with a kick. Triple H turns it back around and hits the Facebuster. Roode tags himself in and the crowd pops as he and Triple H face off.

Roode and Triple H meet in the middle of the ring for some words. Roode shoves The Game. Triple H gets back in his face. Roode does his glorious pose in Triple H’s face but Triple H drops him with a right. Roode fights back with strikes, taking Triple H to the corner. Roode with punches and chops. Roode comes out of the other corner with a clothesline on Triple H for a 2 count. Roode with more chops on Triple H against the ropes. Triple H catches Roode in a big Spinebuster. Triple H mocks Roode’s pose and tells him to suck it with a crotch chop. Roode counters a move and catches Triple H in a big Spinebuster of his own. Roode does his pose now. Triple H counters a Glorious DDT and goes for a Pedigree. That’s also blocked. Triple H rams Roode into the corner.

(more…)

Nov 15, 2017
Devin

    

We go back to the ring and out come Samoa Joe and Finn Balor. Apollo Crews and Titus O’Neil are also out with a few other red brand Superstars. Shane McMahon, Baron Corbin and other blue brand Superstars run to the ring now. Shane knocks Balor off the apron. The Hype Bros are also among those out joining the brawl. Dolph Ziggler is also out. Kurt Angle appears at the entrance and the music hits as he brings out Braun Strowman. Braun starts decking guys on the ramp. Braun hits the ring and drops Shinsuke Nakamura, then tossing him to the floor. Shane decks Braun but it does nothing. Braun turns around and Shane attacks him. Braun floors Shane in the middle of the ring. Braun goes to ringside and launches Ziggler into the barrier. The Shield is left in the ring with Shane. They taunt him and make him watch the SmackDown Superstars being assaulted on the outside of the ring. The Shield beats Shane down now.

They hold Shane while Sheamus decks him, forcing him to watch more of the carnage at ringside. Joe breaks the rest of Woods’ trombone over the back of Big E. Angle enters the ring and smirks at Shane as The Shield holds him. Angle grabs Shane’s face and asks him how it feels, and tells him to wait until Sunday if he thinks this is bad. Angle gives The Shield a thumbs down and they lift Shane for the big Shield-style triple powerbomb in the middle of the ring. Braun enters the ring as Shane tries to recover. Angle grabs Shane and drops him with an Angle Slam. Braun continues to look like he wants to destroy someone else. They lift Shane for another triple powerbomb by The Shield. Braun, The Shield and the others leave as Angle leans over Shane for a few more words of trash talking. Angle follows the rest of Team RAW and poses with them on the stage as SmackDown stars are laid out at ringside. Some enter the ring and check on Shane. Team RAW stands tall on the ramp as SmackDown goes off the air.

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Nov 14, 2017
Devin

    

Angle is backstage with the male Team RAW competitors. He needs to know that everyone is on the same page and can get along as they have too much to lose. He announces Finn Balor and Samoa Joe vs. Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson to make sure they can get along. He needs to show Stephanie they’re not picking favorites so he announces Jason Jordan vs. Bray Wyatt.

Kurt addresses Braun Strowman next but Braun interrupts. He wants Kane and makes that clear. Angle announces Kane vs. Strowman for tonight’s main event. Braun says it’s true, it’s damn true.

Finn Bálor vs. Samoa Joe

We go to the ring and out first comes Finn Balor. Samoa Joe is out next to be his partner. Out next are Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson.

Anderson drops Balor as the bell hits due to Balor being distracted by arguing with Joe. Balor and Joe turn it around with quick tags as they unload on Anderson near their corner. Gallows comes in but Joe drops him while making the save for Balor. We go to commercial as it appears Balor and Joe may work together as a team.

Back from the break and Balor and Joe double team Anderson in their corner. Anderson looks to turn it around on Balor but Balor drops him with a kick from the apron. Balor goes to the top but Anderson crotches him due to an assist from Gallows. Gallows tags in and ends up turning it around on Balor. Gallows with offense as he keeps Balor down. Gallows drops elbows for a pin attempt and tags in Anderson for some double teaming in the corner.

Anderson takes Balor out of the corner and keeps him grounded now. Balor tries to fight back but Anderson drops him with a high elbow for a 2 count. Anderson keeps Balor grounded again. Balor tries to turn it around but Anderson ends up hitting a Spinebuster and keeping control as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and Balor finally makes the hot tag to Joe. Joe unloads on Anderson and hits an atomic drop, then the big kick. Joe with a senton on Anderson and a shot to Gallows on the apron. Joe keeps the offense going and tags in Balor. Balor goes to the top as Joe tosses Gallows to the floor when he runs in. Balor comes down from the top and kicks Gallows in the face from the apron. Joe drops Anderson with the Uranage. Joe runs the ropes and nails a big dive on Gallows on the floor. Balor hits Coup de Grace on Balor for the pin and the win.

Winners: Finn Bálor and Samoa Joe

After the match, Balor has his arm raised but Joe doesn’t stick around to celebrate. Balor’s music hits as we go to replays. Balor poses as we go back to the announcers.

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Nov 14, 2017
Devin

The battle lines have been drawn and the teams finalized in the Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match, and the biggest names and most prominent rising stars in sports-entertainment will join forces in the battle for brand supremacy on the one night a year where Raw and SmackDown LIVE clash in head-to-head competition.

Just when it seemed the contest couldn’t get any bigger, unforeseen circumstances have resulted in a bombshell announcement. Following Jason Jordan’s injury at the hands of Bray Wyatt during this week’s Raw, 14-time World Champion Triple H has been selected to replace the gold-blooded Superstar at the fall classic!

In the wake of SmackDown bringing Raw under siege, Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon selected Kurt Angle as Raw Team Captain and made it clear that his position with Monday Night Raw will be in jeopardy if he doesn’t completely show up the blue brand. In response, The Olympic Hero recruited the dominant Braun Strowman, followed soon after by intense competitors Finn Bálor and Samoa Joe. And though Angle picked Jordan for the fifth and final spot, The Eater of Worlds nixed those plans with a vicious attack on The Olympic Hero’s son, leading to Jordan being replaced by The King of Kings, who took down the gold-blooded Superstar with a wicked Pedigree.

The addition of Triple H intensifies what was already sure to be an epic clash. On the other side of the ring will stand Shane McMahon, who named himself SmackDown Captain after his sister appointed Angle to the helm of Team Red. At his side will be none other than WWE’s resident free agent and 16-time World Champion John Cena, 14-time World Champion Randy Orton, The Artist Known as Shinsuke Nakamura and the absolutely glorious Bobby Roode.

The Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Teams stand as an incredible mix of legendary and up-and-coming Superstars, but who will win the day as the two brands speed toward a collision for brand supremacy? Find out at Survivor Series, this Sunday at a special start time of 7 ET/4 PT, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.

Nov 7, 2017
Devin

    

Finn Bálor vs. Samoa Joe

oe goes for a kick but Balor moves out of the way. Balor goes for the leg but Joe avoids him. Joe goes into the corner to get into Balor’s head. They lock up and Joe backs Balor into the ropes and Balor reverses things and gives a clean break. Joe with a kick and side head lock. Joe with a shoulder tackle. Joe with forearms but Balor with forearms of his own. Joe runs Finn’s eyes across the top rope and then he chops Balor and follows with a head butt to the back. Balor with a double leg take down and a double stomp to Joe. Joe with an Irish whip and Balor goes to the apron and connects with an enzuigiri on the apron. Joe crotches Balor on the top turnbuckle.

Joe with punches to Balor as the referee checks on Finn. Joe with an Irish whip and a running elbow into the corner and an enzuigiri. Joe gets a near fall. Joe with a snap mare and he works on Balor’s neck. Joe with a head butt and snap mare followed by a chop, kick and elbow drop to the chest for a near fall. Balor with elbows and forearms but Joe with a back elbow. Joe gets another near fall. Joe works on the neck again and Balor gets to his feet as the crowd gets behind Balor.

Joe with a knee to the midsection followed by an Irish whip. Joe runs into boots from Balor. Balor with forearms to Joe but Joe stays on his feet. Joe misses a clothesline and Balor with a flying forearm. Balor with a running chop into the corner but Joe with an Irish whip. Balor floats over but Joe kicks Balor. Joe goes to the turnbuckles and Balor with a kick to send Joe to the floor. Balor with a baseball slide to Joe and then he hits a running kick to the head from the apron.

Balor runs around the ring and he hits a running forearm on Joe as we go to commercial.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Balor with Slingblade but Joe avoids the running drop kick and Joe follows with a back senton for a near fall. Joe puts Balor on the turnbuckles and Balor with forearms. Joe with a chop that almost has Balor fall off the turnbuckles. Joe gets Balor on his shoulders but Balor with a sunset flip for a near fall. Joe with a punch but Balor with a Pele Kick and both men are down.

Balor with another Slingblade and then he hits the running drop kick and Joe falls to the mat. Balor goes to the apron and then to the turnbuckles. Balor misses Coup de Grace when Joe moves. Joe with an STJoe for a near fall. Joe waits for Balor to get up and Joe prepares for the Kokina Clutch and he applies it but Balor uses the turnbuckles to escape and then he hits a double stomp. Joe rolls to the floor.

Balor with a plancha onto Joe. Balor with forearms to Joe but Joe biels Balor onto the ramp as the referee continues his count and he gets to ten.

Double Count Out

After the bell, fans chant “bulls–t” at the finish. Joe and Balor brawl on the ramp as officials try to break the fight up. Joe takes Balor down as the brawl continues. Security is out next, as is RAW General Manager Kurt Angle. Security holds Balor and Joe back as fans chant for one more fight. Angle has had enough. Angle says this is the kind of action he wants on his team at Survivor Series. He announces Balor and Joe for Team RAW, joining Angle and Braun. Balor ends up running and leaping off the stage, taking Joe down on the floor. Joe recovers as Finn’s music hits and we go to replays.

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Nov 6, 2017
Devin

Tonight’s edition of Monday Night RAW is being taped in Manchester, England. Click ‘Show’ to find out what Finn will be up to on the show and be sure to tune in at 8/7C on the USA Network.

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Samoa Joe vs. Finn Balor ends in a No Contest as officials break up a big brawl at ringside. Kurt Angle announces that Joe and Balor are both now on Team RAW for the men’s Traditional Elimination Match.

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