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Nov 5, 2018
Devin

Following the completely deplorable actions of Bobby Lashley & Lio Rush last week, Finn Bálor will get an opportunity at redemption when he faces Lashley yet again tonight.

Filed under: Monday Night Raw, Previews
Mar 6, 2018
Devin

At WrestleMania 34, an all-out free-for-all will decide who has the right to call himself Intercontinental Champion when The Miz puts his illustrious title on the line against Seth Rollins and Finn Bálor.

Despite his defeat in the Elimination Chamber Match, The Miz returned to the Feb. 26 edition of Monday Night Raw with new life and demanded to know his opponent at The Showcase of the Immortals. Instead of receiving a direct answer, though, The A-Lister ended up competing in a one-on-one showdown against Rollins in a match that Raw General Manager Kurt Angle indicated “might” help decide who Miz would face at WrestleMania. Moments after The Architect proved himself worthy with a non-title victory over the champion, Bálor suddenly stepped onto the stage to seize the spotlight and soon picked up a win of his own over Miz.

The following week, Miz answered back by mocking Rollins and Bálor in the Third Non-Annual Mizzies, causing The Kingslayer and The Extraordinary Man to form an unlikely tandem for a Handicap Match against the Intercontinental Champion and his Miztourage. When an incensed A-Lister confronted Angle after the matchup, The Olympic Hero made the monumental decision to put the champion into a showdown against both competitors on Sunday, April 8, in New Orleans.

Whether it be by way of his jaw-dropping display inside the Elimination Chamber or through his marathon-man performance in a grueling Gauntlet Match the week prior, Rollins has been on an absolute mission to reclaim the spotlight as “The Man.” Meanwhile, the always exciting Bálor stands as the first-ever Universal Champion, and given that he was never beaten for that title, The Extraordinary Man has been looking to reclaim a throne of his own for some time now.

Desire does not necessarily equal victory, though, especially at the biggest show of the year. No matter whether you like him or loathe him, there is no denying Miz’s ability to come out on top in any scenario. On the night the Triple Threat Match was made, The A-Lister was a mere 55 days away from having the longest cumulative run as Intercontinental Champion of all time.

Who will exit The Grandest Stage of Them All with the Intercontinental Championship in their grasp? Find out Sunday, April 8, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network at 7 ET/4 PT!

Feb 12, 2018
Devin

Finn Bálor, “Woken” Matt Hardy, Apollo Crews and Bray Wyatt — four Superstars who failed to qualify for the Men’s Elimination Chamber Match in recent weeks — will collide in a Second Chance Fatal 4-Way Match on Raw. The bout will decide the final Superstar to compete in the perilous clash inside the structure on Sunday, Feb. 25.

Bálor and Crews have made clear their intent to make the most of this unexpected opportunity, while the escalating rivalry between The Woken One and The Eater of Worlds adds an air of instability to the high-stakes match with WrestleMania implications. When the bell rings, you won’t want to take your eyes off the action.

Jan 8, 2018
Devin

We don’t think we’ve ever seen Finn Bálor smile quite as wide as he did this past Monday night, when he finally joined forces with his longtime friends Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson for the first time in WWE to defeat Elias & The Miztourage in a blistering Six-Man Tag Team Match.

After the bout, Bálor told WWE.com that “the boys are back in town,” leading many to believe that this “good brother” alliance wasn’t just a one-time occurrence. Will we see this “Too Sweet” trio dominate on Monday night?

Nov 20, 2017
Lisa

They barely coexisted as teammates last night during the Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match, but tonight Finn Bálor and Samoa Joe will go one-on-one in the latest chapter of their storied rivalry.

The first Universal Champion and The Samoan Submission Specialist have a ton of history together — Joe is the only Superstar to date to have beaten Bálor’s Demon persona — and if their recent encounters are any indication, they’ll hold nothing back. Which of these dominant Superstars will prevail when they clash tonight in Houston?

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.



 
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