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May 1, 2018
Talita

    

Seth praises the crowd for their reactions. He says the last month has been wild. He takes everyone back to Wrestlemania where he wins the Intercontinental Championship. Then they go to South Africa where he defends the title. They come back to St. Louis and then go to Saudi Arabia where he defended the title in a ladder match.

Seth says merci to the people of Montreal. Seth says the crowd makes it all worthwhile. He says the trip back from Saudi Arabia was long and it allowed him to think about what kind of champion he wants to be. He does not want to be anything like Brock Lesnar. Brock isn’t even the legitimate Universal Champion because we saw Roman’s feet hit first. Seth says he does not want to show up only when it is convenient or when the price is right. He wants to be a fighting champion . . .

Finn Balor’s music plays and interrupts Seth.

Finn introduces himself in French. He tells Seth he was right. It was a long flight from Saudi Arabia and it gave him time to watch the end of the ladder match and see how close he came to being Intercontinental champion. Finn says that Seth beat him, but by this much. They have had four singles matches and each of them have won two. That makes them even. You talk about being a fighting champion so why not show you are a fighting champion by putting that title on the line tonight?

Seth says he has the Miz at Backlash on Sunday, but . . .

Finn says he likes that but.

Seth says since he is a fighting champion, he will leave it up to the people of Montreal.

Seth says he is on and then . . .

Miz’ music plays and Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas make their way to the stage.

Curtis says not to worry about what these people want. Worry about what is best for yourselves. You guys shouldn’t be fighting each other, you should be fighting together. Bo says we should all be fighting together.

Curtis says they made a mistake by coming at them separately. They should have had a group conversation and then Bo and Curtis reveal shirts with all four of their photos on it.

Bo says forget about the Balor Club and forget about the Shield. Bo says they have the Four Horsemen of the WWE.

Bo and Curtis put up the four fingers.

Seth and Finn have a conversation away from Bo and Curtis. Seth says it is a hard no.

Bo tells Curtis to keep his chin up. Bo says they don’t need them. Bo and Curtis turn away and then try to attack Finn and Seth but Seth with a super kick to Bo and Finn with a Slingblade to Curtis. Rollins clotheslines Axel over the top rope to the floor.

Balor takes care of Rollins with an elevated elbow drop to the chest.

Finn Balor versus Seth Rollins for the Intercontinental Title

They lock up and Balor is backed into the corner. Rollins pushes Balor on the break. They lock up and Balor with a front face lock. Rollins with a side head lock. Balor with an arm drag but Rollins with a back elbow and he sends Balor to the floor and he follows with a pescado.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Rollins with a reverse chin lock. We see footage from the commercial break. Rollins with a knee to the midsection followed by a chop. Balor with a chop and then they go back and forth. Rollins with a kick and Irish whip but he runs into a boot. Balor with running forearms and a flying forearm. Rollins with an Irish whip and Balor floats over. Rollins with a blockbuster. Rollins with a forearm into the corner followed by a flatline. Rollins with a springboard clothesline. Rolilns with a suicide dive but he tries for a second one and Balor with a round kick to the head.

Balor with punches and Rollins misses a series of short arm clotheslines. Balor with a DDT for a near fall. Balor goes for slingblade but Rollins avoids it. Balor with a drop kick and elevated elbow drop. Balor pushes Rollins and chops him in the corner. Balor with an Irish whip but Rollins with slingblade out of the corner. Rollins with a V Trigger for a near fall. Rollins with a back heel kick but Balor with a punch.

Rollins goes to the apron and misses a springboard move. Balor with a double leg take down and double stomp. Balor goes to the apron and hits an enzuigiri. Balor goes up top and Rollins crotches Balor. Rollins climbs the turnbuckles for the superplex into the Falcon Arrow but Rollins is pushed to the mat. Rollins leaps to the turnbuckles and hits the superplex but Balor with a Falcon Arrow for a near fall.

Balor punches Rollins and Rollins with a forearm. Balor with another forearm. Rollins with a chop and Balor with a forearm. They go back and forth. Balor goes for 1916 but Rollins with a knee. Balor with a Pele Kick but Rollins with an enzuigiri. Balor clotheslines Rollins over the top rope to the floor. Balor with a plancha and they return to teh ring. Balor drop kicks Rollins into the turnbuckles. Balor goes up top and misses Coup de Grace. Rollins misses Black Out. Balor with a rollup for a near fall. Balor with another rollup for a near fall. Balor with Slingblade.

Rollins with a super kick to Balor and both men are down. Rollins with Black Out for the three count.

Winner: Seth Rollins

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Apr 27, 2018
Devin

    

Ladder match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship: Seth Rollins vs. Finn Bálor vs. Samoa Joe vs. The Miz

Rollins and Joe go at it while Miz and Balor engage to get the match started. Joe ends up as the last man standing, but The Architect quickly recovers and hits a blockbuster to Joe and Miz at the same time. Seth hits a couple of precision suicide dives before grabbing a ladder. Joe ends up tripping Rollins into a ladder for the first painful spot of the match.

Balor drops Joe on the ladder to get a little pop from the crowd. He sets it up and begins to climb. Miz pulls him down and kicks him in the face. Balor and Rollins fight over the ladder until they end up on opposite sides. Miz and Joe come in and tip it over to take them out. Joe turns on Miz and sets up a ladder in the corner. It falls down, so he slams Balor on top of it. Finn hits a sling blade and a dropkick into the ladder to take control. He climbs to the top rope and Seth meets him up there. Joe grabs them and turns it into a tower of doom.

Samoa Joe takes a Skull Crushing Finale right onto the ladder and rolls out of the ring. Rollins meets Miz on top of the ladder and both men reach for the belt. They fight until Miz knocks Seth down. Miz is a one-man wrecking crew as he takes out Balor and Rollins with some of his signature moves. Balor kicks Miz and he lands on the ladder. Finn hits the Coup de Grace while Miz lays on the ladder before setting it up and beginning to climb. Joe runs in and rips him down.

Joe plants Finn with an urinagi. He climbs up the ladder but Balor tips it over and he hits the top rope. Rollins springboards onto the ladder and grabs the title before Balor can reach it to retain in one of the better Ladder match endings we have seen in recent memory.

Winner: Seth Rollins

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Apr 27, 2018
Devin

Four Superstars will take competition to new heights at WWE’s Greatest Royal Rumble event, where the Intercontinental Championship will be contested in a high-risk Ladder Match.

The Intercontinental Championship is one of the most prestigious prizes in sports-entertainment, having been held by such WWE Hall of Famers as Shawn Michaels, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, “Macho Man” Randy Savage and Ricky “The Dragon Steamboat.” Given the title’s rich heritage, Finn Bálor, Seth Rollins, The Miz and Samoa Joe will stop at nothing to claim the workhorse championship when it will dangle from the ceiling of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Sports City Stadium.

The only way to win this bout is to ascend a ladder and snatch the Intercontinental Championship out of the sky. However, with three other Superstars to contend with, that’s easier said than done. Expect plenty of crash-and-burn moments and heartbreaking near-victories in this steel-bending, and perhaps career-changing, encounter.

The Greatest Royal Rumble event will also play host to six other championship matches, John Cena vs. Triple H and the first-ever 50-Man Greatest Royal Rumble Match. The action kicks off today at 7 p.m. AST. The event streams live on the award-winning WWE Network with a tune-in time of 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT, and with a special, one-hour Greatest Royal Rumble Kickoff starting at 11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT. It will be available on pay-per-view outside of the Middle East with regional broadcast information forthcoming.

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!

Mar 6, 2018
Devin

    

Miz says now is the time where he likes to take a break for a Lifetime Achievement Mizzie. Miz says this award goes to the man who is a workhorse for WWE, the man who is 55 days away from breaking Pedro Morales’ record… the music interrupts and out comes Seth Rollins. Rollins says the good people of Milwaukee were begging for someone to interrupt Miz because he’s dragging. The music interrupts again and out comes Finn Balor to stand with Rollins on the stage. Rollins asks Balor if he’s done and says that’s two weeks in a row now. Balor says he’s not here to follow Rollins, he’s here to do one better… Miz interrupts and says neither of them deserve to be his WrestleMania challenger. Miz runs them both down for being losers. Miz proposes a 3-on-2 handicap match for tonight and fans pop. Rollins and Balor accept the challenge and head to the ring. Rollins and Balor enter the ring as their opponents scramble. Back to commercial.

3-on-2 Handicap Match: The Miz, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel vs. Finn Bálor and Seth Rollins

Back from the break and Axel locks up with Balor to start. Axel works Balor over but Balor turns it around and tags Rollins in. Rollins comes in off the second rope for the quick double team. Dallas comes in but Rollins ends up taking him and Axel down, then scaring Miz off the apron. Dallas takes a dropkick but domes right back and beats Rollins down in the corner. Miz tags in with offense and a pin attempt but Rollins kicks out at 2. Axel is legal now as he keeps Rollins down in the middle of the ring. Axel with a 2 count as he keeps Rollins grounded with a knee to the back now. Axel dropkicks Rollins and stands tall to talk some trash.

Dallas comes back in with more offense to Rollins. Dallas drops Rollins on his head and keeps him grounded with a headlock. Fans try to rally for Rollins. Rollins fights up and out. Dallas runs into a boot and misses a clothesline. Balor tags in and comes in off the ropes. Balor unloads on Dallas. Miz and Axel get sent off the apron. Balor with chops to Dallas in the corners now. Balor brings Dallas from the top to the mat with an enziguri. Miz distracts Balor and Balor follows him to the floor. Axel is waiting to floor Balor. Dallas follows up and drops him on the floor again. Miz talks trash to Balor as we return to commercial.

Back from the break and Balor drops Axel with an overhead kick. Rollins and Miz tag in at the same time. Rollins springboards in and goes right to work on the champion. Rollins drops Miz with a big knee to the head. Rollins with a splash in the corner. Rollins hits a suplex and holds it for the Falcon Arrow for a 2 count. Balor is down on the floor as Rollins cranks up for a kick. Rollins kicks Miz and knocks Dallas off the apron. Miz comes from behind but Rollins kicks out of the roll up. Rollins ends up dropping Miz with a kick to the jaw but Axel breaks it up at 2.

Rollins sends Axel to the floor with Dallas. Rollins ducks a Miz clothesline and nails a suicide dive to take down The Miztourage on the floor. Miz gets sent out to the floor next. Rollins runs the ropes for a dive but Balor tags himself in. They argue. Balor ends up launching himself to take down Axel and Dallas. Balor with a Slingblade to Miz now. Balor with the big dropkick. Balor goes to the top for Coup de Grace but Rollins tags himself in. Rollins hits the Blackout stomp on Miz for the pin.

Winners: Seth Rollins and Finn Bálor

After the match, Kurt Angle comes out to announce a Triple Threat for the IC Title at WrestleMania 34 – Balor vs. Rollins vs. Miz.

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Feb 28, 2018
Talita

    

Asuka & The Miz defeated Sasha Banks & Finn Balor

Miz pinned Finn after reversing a crossface into a cradle. The undefeated streak of Asuka continues as she and Miz advance to the next round in the tournament. Less gaga than in previous tournament matches, there was still plenty of walking and talking early on.

Miz tried to cut a promo after the bell rang to start the match. Finn swooped in to attempt several roll-ups. Though Miz kicked out, an animated Asuka showed concern for her streak. Finn kept out-wrestling Miz, so Asuka made a blind tag. Her and Sasha turned up the intensity.

A hot tag saw Finn run wild on Miz. Asuka jumped in the ring to break up a pinning attempt to save her streak. Miz delivered the Skull Crushing Finale on Finn. Sasha broke up the pin to make a save. That led to Finn jumping off the top rope for the Coup de Grace. Asuka again jumped in to break up the pin.

Heading into the finish, Sasha caught Asuka to apply the Bank Statement. Cutting off Miz, Finn applied a crossface. Asuka countered to trap Sasha in the Asuka Lock. Sasha being in peril distracted Finn, which allowed Miz to cradle Finn for the pinfall.

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