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Jul 17, 2018
Talita

    

RAW General Manager Kurt Angle is waiting in the ring as his music plays.

Angle thanks everyone who competed at Extreme Rules last night and says he’s proud of the dedication. Angle says one Superstar who has not shown the same is WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar. Some fans boo. Angle talks about the ultimatum he issued Lesnar and fans cheer when he mentions possibly stripping Lesnar of the title. Angle says he’s serious. Angle says he hasn’t heard from Lesnar or his representatives in 24 hours so he is now stripping Lesnar of the title. Fans pop but we hear Paul Heyman’s voice. Heyman appears on the stage to a mixed reaction.

Heyman introduces himself but Angle cuts him off and says Heyman is wasting his time unless Lesnar is coming out. Heyman acts like he’s about to introduce Lesnar but then says his client is not here. Angle says Heyman leaves him no choice – he is stripping Lesnar. Heyman screams in protest again and enters the ring. With all due respect, Heyman thinks Angle and the entire WWE Universe has it all wrong. Heyman goes on and says people think Lesnar is only focused on his UFC future but that’s not true as Lesnar loves being in WWE, loves being the Universal Champion. Angle asks why the hell doesn’t Lesnar show up. Heyman says Lesnar wants to represent the entire WWE Universe and challenge for the UFC Heavyweight Title with the WWE Universal Title around his waist. Some fans boo. Heyman says when Lesnar becomes the UFC Heavyweight Champion next time, he does it representing WWE as the Universal Champion, as a two-sport champion.

Angle says more power to Lesnar when it comes to the gold but he’s going to keep it simple – Lesnar will defend the title at SummerSlam or he is no longer champion. Fans continue to chant for Angle to take the title. Angle tells Heyman to give him an answer. Heyman gives Angle for his negotiation skills and says Lesnar will defend the title at SummerSlam. Heyman congratulates us all, on behalf of his client, for speaking up and getting more Lesnar. Heyman goes on with a promo and now it’s up to Angle to find out who will be beaten, victimized and conquered by Lesnar at SummerSlam. The music interrupts Heyman’s closing line and out comes Bobby Lashley.

Lashley says he had two goals in mind when he came back to WWE. He met the first by defeating Roman Reigns at Extreme Rules. Now it’s time to accomplish the other. Lashley stares at Heyman and backs him into the corner a bit. Lashley says that other goal is to beat Lesnar and take the title. The music hits and out comes Drew McIntyre next. McIntyre says he didn’t come back to help the roster or stand in Dolph Ziggler’s corner. Phase one was to get the WWE Intercontinental Title around Ziggler’s waist and now it’s time for phase two. Fans chant “yes!” as McIntyre enters the ring now – the Universal Title. The music interrupts again and out comes Seth Rollins.

Rollins enters the ring and gets in McIntyre’s face as fans do the “burn it down” chant. Rollins says if Angle is looking for an opponent for Lesnar, he’s here. Out next comes Elias with his guitar. Elias enters the ring while talking and says his debut album drops next week. Elias says Angle should ride that success and book him against Lesnar at SummerSlam. Finn Balor is out next as his music hits. Balor points out how he was the first Universal Champion and says it only makes sense that it should be Balor vs. Lesnar. Roman Reigns is out next to a loud, mixed reaction. Reigns slowly marches to the ring as Lashley and others look on. Reigns says he doesn’t have any excuses and doesn’t give a damn about Lesnar, all he wants is to fight someone tonight. Angle says they are all deserving to be out here. He announces two Triple Threats tonight. The winners will face each other next week to determine Lesnar’s SummerSlam opponent. It will be Elias vs. Rollins vs. Lashley and Reigns vs. Balor vs. McIntyre, which starts now. All 6 Superstars face off in the ring as Angle’s music hits. We go to commercial.

– Back from the break and Constable Baron Corbin confronts Kurt Angle backstage. Corbin isn’t happy about the Triple Threats and wonders if Angle even got the matches approved. Angle didn’t think he had to. Corbin asks why Angle didn’t put him in one of the matches and Angle says he didn’t deserve it.

#1 Contenders Triple Threat: Roman Reigns vs. Finn Balor vs. Drew McIntyre

We go to the ring and Drew McIntyre, Roman Reigns and Finn Balor are all facing off. The bell rings and they all go at it.

Back and forth early on in the match. Balor dropkicks McIntyre and Reigns clotheslines McIntyre over the top. Balor sends Reigns over the top to the floor. Balor runs the ropes and hits a big dive, taking out Reigns and McIntyre on the floor. McIntyre turns it around on Balor in the ring now. Reigns comes in but Drew nails a belly-to-belly throw for a 2 count. More back and forth now. McIntyre goes back to work on Reigns and nails a suplex for a 2 count. McIntyre works Balor over in the corners now. McIntyre turns back to Reigns and drops him with a right hand for another 2 count.

McIntyre mounts Reigns with strikes now, keeping him down as the referee warns him. McIntyre knocks Balor off the apron and into the barrier. McIntyre takes his time in the ring and stalks Reigns while he’s down. McIntyre with a neckbreaker for another 2 count on Reigns. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and McIntyre is beating on Reigns in the corner. McIntyre nails Balor on the floor and brings him back in the ring. McIntyre keeps Reigns and Balor down with boots now. Reigns turns it around on McIntyre now. Balor drops Reigns with a forearm. Reigns drops Balor with a big clothesline. Balor and Reigns end up on the floor now. McIntyre runs the rope and nails a huge dive, taking out Reigns on the floor. Balor runs over and pushes McIntyre shoulder-first into the steel steps. Balor runs from the apron and nails a stomp to the back of the neck.

Balor brings it back into the ring with Reigns and nails a double stomp for a 2 count. Balor ends up going to the top after more back & forth. Balor looks to hit the Coup de Grace on Reigns but Drew comes up on the apron and hits Balor with a steel chair, which is legal under Triple Threat rules. Balor lands hard. McIntyre comes in on Reigns with the chair but Reigns turns it around with strikes in the corner. Reigns goes shoulder-first into the ring post as McIntyre counters. McIntyre covers for a 2 count as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Reigns unloads on McIntyre. Reigns calls for the Superman Punch but Drew blocks it and hits a Spinebuster for a 2 count. Balor runs in and hits Drew with a steel chair from behind. Balor unloads on Reigns with the chair now as fans pop. Balor runs outside of the ring and dropkicks Drew into the barrier. Reigns runs over and Balor moves but Reigns hits a Spear on Drew into the barrier. Balor with a Slingblade on Reigns. Balor brings Reigns in the ring now.

Balor with another Slingblade to Reigns. Balor goes for another but Reigns hits the Superman Punch. Balor still kicks out at 2. Reigns talks to himself and shakes the ropes now as some fans boo. Reigns calls for the Spear but Balor kicks him in the head. Balor kicks Reigns into the corner. Balor goes to the top and hits the Coup de Grace but Drew breaks the pin by pulling Balor out of the ring. Drew beats up Balor and sends him into the steel steps. Drew returns to the ring and gets hyped up as Balor recovers. Reigns nails a Superman Punch on Drew. Balor rolls Reigns up for 2. Balor eats a Superman Punch. Drew with a Glasgow Kiss to Reigns. Reigns dodges a Claymore Kick but it hits Balor. Reigns with a Superman Punch to Drew to knock him out of the ring. Reigns with a Spear on Balor for the pin and the spot in next week’s match.

Winner: Roman Reigns

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Jul 10, 2018
Talita

    

Finn Balor is shown smiling outside of the locker room ahead of an interview. He starts answering but Bobby Roode rolls up to say they’re cut from the same cloth. Both good looking, good hair, great abs, and unstoppable in the ring. Constable Corbin can say what he wants, but when it’s time to perform in the ring, nobody’s better than Finn Balor, and when all is said and done, they’re going to be… not glorious, but victorious.

But since you mentioned it, yes, they’re going to be glorious. Finn says it’s funny that Corbin thinks he’s the brains of the operation when all he does is go around telling people Balor’s half as big, tough, and strong, but he’s not half of anything, he’s twice as good, and he and Bobby could talk all night about how tough they are, but they like to do their talking in the ring.

Constable Baron Corbin & Elias vs. Bobby Roode & Finn Balor

Corbin in control on Roode, right hands in the corner, Bobby returns a boot and chops in the corner, arm wringer, trying for a tag but Baron gets away and tags Elias in. Drop toehold into a reverse chinlock, the Drifter tries to reverse to a pin but Roode stays on him. Shot off, shoulder block, drop down, leapfrog caught into a Manhattan Drop, Russian legsweep, only good for two.

Putting Elias in the corner, trading chops, whip reversed, up and over, kick to the midsection, Glorious DDT denied when Baron comes in and the Drifter clobbers him with a running knee! Tag to the Constable, putting boots to Bobby, half nelson chinlock applied and he keeps Roo down for a good while. The Glorious One to his feet, body blows to try and break, knee to the gut and he’s passed into the corner.

Baron charges in, slides out, back in, duck a lariat and both men end up down and out. Tags made all around, Finn clubs Elias down, clears the apron, double leg into the double stomp, clothesline sends the Drifter to the floor and he’s fired up! Off the ropes, Corbin trips him, Elias comes from behind and we go to break.

Back from commercial and Corbin is in control on Balor with the half nelson chinlock, but Finn breaks away. Off the ropes, caught by a back elbow for two, tag to Elias. Reverse chinlock applied, wrenching Balor down to the mat and pushing up for more pressure. Finn to his feet, reaching for the tag, denied, he passes Elias to the floor, reaching and crawling, tag to Baron and he clubs Balor to block.

Getting in Roode’s face, throwing Finn into the ropes… Sling Blade connects! Tag made, Bobby in, clearing the apron, back elbow, flying forearm, corner lariat into the neckbreaker and he’s fired up! Up top, diving… CAUGHT INTO THE CHOKEBREAKER BUT BALOR BREAKS IT UP! Putting Elias to the floor, big dropkick knocks him into the barricade but the Constable takes him out! Roode from behind with a schoolboy, not enough, Bobby to the second and he hits the diving blockbuster only for the Drifter to break it up!

Corbin reaching for the tag, Finn yanks Elias down and beckons Baron to him. Brawling on the floor, enzuigiri connects, back inside, Balor heads up top but gets crotched before he can take flight! Roode passes Baron into the ringpost shoulder first, taunts, spinning spinebuster for Elias, Corbin from behind…

Constable Baron Corbin & Elias win by pinfall with End of Days from Corbin on Bobby Roode.

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Jun 19, 2018
Talita

    

Angle and Corbin are backstage walking. Finn Balor appears and tells Angle he will do whatever it takes to get into the Extreme Rules match so he can get the WWE Universal Title back. Corbin laughs at Balor and mocks him. They have words and Kevin Owens appears, trying to calm them. Balor knocks them both and says Owens can’t even see when danger is behind him. Braun Strowman has appeared. Owens scrambles to the other side of Corbin. Braun says he’s here to watch after his buddy Balor but he’s down if they want a tag team match. Angle ends up walking off, calling the show a runaway train. Everyone stares at each other until Owens retreats in fear, calling for Angle to wait.

Finn Balor and Braun Strowman vs. Kevin Owens and Baron Corbin

We go to the ring for tonight’s main event and out first comes Finn Balor. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Kevin Owens makes his way out. Braun Strowman stands with Balor in the ring. “Constable” Baron Corbin is out next. Corbin starts off with Balor and works him over in the corner. Corbin is wrestling in his Constable attire. Corbin whips Balor into the corner and he lands hard. Owens tags in for a quick double team on Balor in the corner.

Owens drops Balor with a back elbow. Owens sells the injuries and tags Corbin back in to keep up the assault on Balor. Corbin stomps away in the corner now. Braun finally gets the tag. Corbin stares him down and takes off his vest. They lock up and Braun shoves Corbin back, then yells at him. Braun blocks a shot and decks Corbin. Owens provides a distraction from the floor, allowing Corbin to turn it around and beat Braun down. Braun boots Corbin and clotheslines him over the top rope to the floor. Owens also gets decked. Balor tags in and asks Braun to scoop him. Braun scoops Balor and tosses him out of the ring, to the floor on their opponents. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Corbin has Balor down on the mat. Balor fights up and out now. Balor with a dropkick. Owens tags in and stops Balor from diving out to Corbin. Corbin sends Balor into the barrier and rolls him back into the ring. Owens with a senton for a 2 count. Owens with more offense before keeping Balor grounded in the middle of the ring.

Braun screams at Balor as he tries to make the tag. Owens stops him with a backbreaker for another close 2 count. Corbin tags back in and keeps control of Balor. Corbin takes Balor to the floor and rams him back into the barrier. Corbin tosses Balor into the barrier again as the referee counts. Balor makes it back in at the 9 count. He goes to launch himself in but Corbin knocks him out of mid-air with a big right hand. Balor still kicks out at 2. Fans try to rally now as Corbin keeps Balor down. Balor finally makes a comeback but Corbin nails Deep Six for a 2 count. Corbin shows some frustration as we get a replay.

Owens tags in but misses the senton as Balor rolls out of the way. Braun reaches for the tag as fans pop. Corbin stop the tag but Balor fights back. Corbin clotheslines him in the corner and beats him down. Owens tags back in and unloads on Balor in the corner. Another tag to Corbin as Braun looks on. Braun runs in the ring and pounds on Corbin. Braun drags Balor to their corner and tags in. Braun unloads on Corbin as fans pop. Braun splashes Corbin in the corner and clubs him to the mat. Braun with a 2 count as Owens breaks it up. Braun stares at Owens. Owens leaves the ring and runs around. Braun chases him. Corbin waits for Braun on the outside and floors him. Corbin rolls Braun back into the ring for a close 2 count. Braun drops Corbin off the ropes. Strowman charges but hits the ring post as Corbin moves.

Balor tags in and kicks Corbin in the head. Balor with more shots to Corbin. Balor drops Owens on the apron. Balor drops Corbin and stomps on his chest for a 2 count as Owens breaks it up. Braun drops Owens and sends him out of the ring. Braun leaves the ring and runs around, blasting Owens through the barrier into the timekeeper’s area. Braun is also down. Balor counters Corbin’s chokeslam attempt and drops him with a DDT. Balor with more offense as fans cheer. Balor goes to the top but Corbin crotches him. Corbin hits End of Days and covers Balor for the win.

Winners: Baron Corbin and Kevin Owens

After the match, Corbin retreats to the floor to recover as his music hits. Braun stands tall in the ring and looks out at Corbin. The announcers hype next week’s RAW from San Diego with Rollins vs. Ziggler. We see Owens recovering in the timekeeper’s area as Corbin raises his fist on the stage, laughing. Braun checks on Balor and RAW goes off the air.

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May 29, 2018
Talita

    

Braun Strowman makes his entrance. He says when he sees that briefcase he gets motivated because he knows there’s a contract inside that guarantees him a Universal Championship shot any time, anywhere. At Money in the Bank he’s going to destroy seven other men, climb the ladder, and take the briefcase and not only be known as Mr. Money in the Bank, he’ll be Mr. Monster in the Bank.

And who’s going to stop him? Not the Miz, not Bobby Roode, not Finn Balor, not a single member of the New Day, nor Rusev, nor Kevin Owens. He’s gonna cash in and give Brock Lesnar These Hands!

Enter Finn Balor. He thinks Braun is getting ahead of himself, because he was the very first Universal Champion and he never lost that title. Honestly, that eats away at him every day and he’s determined to get back to the top. He’s gonna climb the ladder and take back what’s his. He and Strowman went one-on-one last week and he gave Braun everything he has, but at Money in the Bank there’ll be six other guys in the ring with them, every man for himself.

Strowman says he put up a really good fight for a little guy, and Finn is all smiles in return until he slaps him across the face! Braun biels him out of the corner and Balor falls out of the ring! Strowman heads to follow–

Enter Kurt Angle. He says they’re showing one of his favorite things, Intensity, one of his three I’s. Finn says he gave all he had against Braun, and it was incredible, so he’s booking it again tonight. Right now, in fact! He calls a referee down and we’re off!

…or we will be after the break, at least.

Back from commercial in time for the bell and to see that Kevin Owens has joined the commentary booth.

Braun Strowman vs. Finn Balor

Collar and elbow, Braun biels Finn across the ring once again. Another one, stalking after him, Balor ducks a lariat, sidesteps a charge, but gets caught by a punch to the gut. A headbutt follows, and Strowman takes his time, pointing at the briefcase before whipping Finn hard into the turnbuckles. Finn off the ropes, trying to come back but he gets cut off, knocked down, and punted in the ribs!

Dragging himself up the ropes as referee Shawn Bennett checks on him, Balor comes back in and gets caught again, clubbed to the matt, whipped hard into the turnbuckles again but he’s still getting to his feet. Sidestep a punch, dropkick, hamstring kick, a second kick caught and Braun boots him to the mat! KO gets on the house mic to egg Strowman on, telling him he can do better than that, and we go to break with the monster kicking Finn in the face again.

Back from commercial, Finn ducks a charge and throws punches. Braun turns him around, Balor dodges again, goes for the enzuigiri from the apron but it’s caught and he gets clobbered to the floor with a right hand! Headed around… POUNCE OVER THE BARRICADE! Finn recovers, puts Strowman into the post, running kick when he’s coming back in, flurry of strikes… SHOTGUN DROPKICK PUTS BRAUN TO THE FLOOR!

A baseball slide staggers him and again KO gets on the house mic, this time cheering Finn on and telling him to give him his best shot. As it happens, that’s a gamengiri into a tope con giro and the monster’s off his feet! Braun recovers quick, throws him back inside… and runs into the Sling Blade! Northern shotgun dropkick, up top, Coup de Grace to the back of the head!

Headed up top, the normal Coup de Grace but he wants a definitive win and climbs again… KEVIN OWENS CUTS HIM OFF!

Finn Balor wins by disqualification.

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May 22, 2018
Talita

    

Stephanie McMahon is talking to Finn Balor and Braun Strowman. She books them in a match against one another. Strowman crushes an apple and says he loves competition.

Braun Strowman vs. Finn Balor

The bell rings, and Strowman smiles. Balor smiles back. Balor forearms him quickly and gets away. Balor goes for the legs, but Strowman swats him away and clubs the back. Strowman then takes Balor down. Strowman clubs the chest and walks around him. Strowman then whips him hard into the corner before taunting the crowd. Strowman shouts that Balor got pinned last week before head-butting him. Balor dropkicks Strowman twice before hitting the ropes, but Strowman viciously takes him down for a two count. Strowman then kicks him in the ribs, sending him out of the ring. Strowman goes outside and throws Balor into the ring. Strowman tells Balor to get up and fight. Strowman then clubs him in the back. Strowman continues to slowly beat Balor down. Balor soon boots him back twice. Balor avoids an avalanche and kicks him in the face. Balor chops the chest, but Strowman no sells it. Strowman head-butts him down. Strowman big boots him and pins him with one foot for a two count. Balor pulls the top rope down to get Strowman out of the ring. Balor goes for his running apron kick, but Strowman blocks it and takes him down. Strowman continues to work him over and says he’s done playing. Balor slaps him in the face, so Strowman swats him down. Strowman runs around the ring for a running shoulder, but Balor counters into a Sling Blade. Balor then runs around the ring and dropkicks Strowman into the crowd. Strowman then gets up behind him in an awesome visual and grabs him. Balor then jumps off the apron with a double stomp. Balor then hits the Coup de Grace off the barricade. Balor gets in the ring and looks for a count-out. Strowman eventually gets in. Strowman then shoulder blocks him down. Strowman lets out a guttural scream before trying for a shoulder, but Balor moves and he (of course) hits the ring post shoulder-first. Balor goes to the top rope, but Strowman grabs him. Balor slides off and charges, but Strowman hits a Running Powerslam. Strowman hits a second Running Powerslam for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Braun Strowman

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May 15, 2018
Talita

    

Finn Balor and Braun Strowman vs. Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre

Finn Balor will start against Dolph Ziggler. They lock up, and Balor applies a waistlock. Ziggler reverses it and forearms him. Ziggler has a whip reversed, but he comes back with a sunset flip attempt. Balor rolls through and dropkicks him. Ziggler quickly escapes and tags in Drew McIntyre. McIntyre points at Strowman. Strowman is tagged in to the delight of the crowd. McIntyre says he’s been dying for this moment as he walks around the ring. McIntyre then calmly tags out and smirks.

We come back from the break to see Strowman slam Balor onto Ziggler. Strowman yells at Balor to get up because he’s fine. They then raise their arms. Ziggler hits Balor with a jawbreaker. Ziggler hits the ropes, but Balor dropkicks him down. Balor hits the ropes, but McIntyre sweeps the feet. McIntyre tags in and stomps Balor. McIntyre and Ziggler take turns tagging in and out working over Balor. Balor nearly makes the tag numerous times, but he’s stopped each time. Eventually Balor sidesteps McIntyre and makes the tag.

Strowman runs over Ziggler with some shoulders and knocks McIntyre off the apron. Strowman hits a headlock club to the chest of Ziggler. Strowman charges Ziggler in the corner, but he moves and hits the ring post should-first. Balor tags in and attacks Ziggler. Balor slingshots over him, but he eats a boot. Ziggler goes to the top rope, but Balor cuts him off. Balor takes him down, but McIntyre breaks it up. Ziggler rolls Balor up for a two count. Balor hits the Sling Blade and hits a stiff dropkick to the corner. Balor goes to the top rope, but McIntyre grabs the boot. Strowman then wipes out McIntyre outside the ring. McIntyre accidentally hits the Greatest Royal Rumble Trophy, which tips over and breaks! Ziggler then knocks Balor off the top rope to win the match.

Winners by Pinfall: Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre

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