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Monday

Monday Night Raw
Date: June 5, 2017
Location: Mohegan Sun Arena, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Commentators: Michael Cole, Corey Graves, Booker T.

We're past Extreme Rules and in a bit of a surprise, the new #1 contender is Samoa Joe, who will get to face Brock Lesnar in just over a month at Great Balls of Fire. Other than that.....yeah there isn't really a lot to talk about, other than Cesaro and Sheamus winning the Tag Team Titles. Let's get to it.

We open with a long recap of last night's main event. Makes sense in a long match.

Here's Bray Wyatt to say that he was ready to slay the Beast but his sword was taken from him. The other four men in the match are all guilty and now it's time to start his path back to the Beast.

Roman Reigns vs. Bray Wyatt

Before the match, Bray offers an alliance with Roman, who says this reaction is why he's the guy. He punches Bray in the face and we're ready to go. Sister Abigail and the Superman Punch both miss in the first thirty seconds and Bray is punched to the floor for a break. Back with Roman fighting out of a chinlock but getting caught in a DDT for two.

Another chinlock is broken up with a Samoan drop for two, only to have Bray send him into the post. A backsplash on the floor crushes Roman and takes us to our second break in eight minutes. Back again with Reigns sending him to the floor, only to get Rock Bottomed for two.

Bray takes him up to for some reason, only to have Roman slip out for a big sitout powerbomb. The Superman Punch gets two more but Bray rolls outside before the spear. That's enough to set up the apron dropkick but Roman gets blasted with a clothesline. They're both in at nine and Sister Abigail is countered into the spear for the pin at 19:38.

Enzo Amore doesn't know who attacked him and thinks he should sell ice cream. Cass doesn't like the idea that people think it was him and promises to have Enzo's back. Enzo stops to hit on Cathy Kelly, who doesn't seem to mind.

Stills of Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss from last night.

Kurt Angle is in his office reading another incriminating text when Bliss comes in to hear some congratulations. When they don't come, Bliss says she's tired of Bayley so tonight it's Alexa Bliss: This Is My Life. Angle says that's terrible because last week's segment was awful (it wasn't THAT bad). Instead, tonight Bliss is defending against Nia Jax as she promised she would on last night's pre-show.

Elias Samson sings about Dean Ambrose.

Dean Ambrose vs. Elias Samson

Ambrose comes out and hits him in the head to send Samson outside. Dean grabs the mic and says he wants his rematch for the Intercontinental Title right now. Miz comes up on the screen and says no because he has a celebration for later. The distraction lets Samson hit his swinging neckbreaker. No match.

Post break Angle makes Miz vs. Ambrose for some unspecified point in the future. As for tonight though, Ambrose needs to leave.

Here's Samoa Joe to talk about Lesnar. Joe gets straight to the point: he isn't afraid of Brock Lesnar but he does envy the way Lesnar gets to do things. He shows up and fights when he wants and has Paul Heyman to run his errands for him. This brings out Heyman to say that Samoa Joe is the next challenger. Lesnar doesn't fear Joe but Heyman thinks Joe likes that.

We hear about Lesnar not being afraid of facing Undertaker, John Cena, Goldberg or any of his other challengers because that's what Lesnar does. A few weeks ago, Heyman said he wanted to see Lesnar vs. Finn Balor because it's a license to print money. Joe is the worst case scenario however because Joe doesn't care.

Even if Lesnar successfully defends the title, Joe is going to take a piece of Brock with him. That being said, Heyman's job is to make Lesnar Joe's worst case scenario. They shake hands and Heyman goes to leave. Joe stops him though and whispers into Heyman's ear that he's about to choke Heyman out and render him unconscious. Before Joe does it though, he makes sure Heyman remembers it so he can tell Lesnar what's coming for him. That's exactly what Joe does and Heyman is left laying. Joe looked amazing here and that's the kind of upgrade he needed before heading into the match with Lesnar.

Post break Angle gets in Joe's face and says that can't happen. Joe says he'll do that to anyone who is in his way but all that matters is if Angle is in his way. Seth Rollins comes up with a challenge for later tonight. Angle makes the match.

Heath Slater/Rhyno vs. Cesaro/Sheamus

Non-title. Sheamus sends Slater into the post to start and we're in an early chinlock. Heath actually comes back with a kick to the face but Cesaro pulls Rhyno off the apron. The distraction is enough for a Brogue Kick to finish Slater at 1:43.

Sheamus says that's how smart teams win and takes a quick poll on how happy the fans are for the win. They know the Hardys aren't happy and there's nothing that can be done. So the feud CONTINUES??? REALLY???

TJP runs into Neville and wants his promised title shot. Neville basically tells him to back off.

Mustafa Ali vs. TJP

Ali starts fast and snaps off a headscissors but TJP takes him down without too much effort. TJP takes him into the corner but gets caught in a tornado DDT. It's too early for the inverted 450 though, allowing TJP to hit the Detonation Kick for the pin at 2:40.

Post match Neville comes out to say there's no shot. TJP wants to talk to Angle about this right now and gets his face slammed into the stage. Neville shouts that the title is on the line tomorrow night on 205 Live.

Goldust sees the bigger picture here and says the biggest names in Hollywood will be around soon because the Golden Age is back.

Mickie James, Dana Brooke and Sasha Banks are talking (like any three random women do) when Alexa comes up and wants to chat. By chat, she means turn them against Nia Jax. Sasha has already left but Mickie and Dana don't seem to buy it. The two of them will be at ringside tonight.

The announcers talk about Bliss vs. Jax when Angle comes up to show Graves another text. They have a talk that we can't hear and Graves goes back to the announcers' desk, where he completely ignores Cole's questions about what just happened.

Angle won't talk about what happened, calling it a private matter. As he goes outside with his phone, Ambrose sneaks back in, with the Revival again being seen in the background.

Kalisto vs. Titus O'Neil

Titus accidentally cost Apollo Crews a match last night so he's showing Apollo how it's done. Kalisto gets sent into the corner and slammed down as we see Akira Tozawa of all people watching. Apparently he's next in line to join the Titus Brand, though that's from Titus himself. A fall away slam is countered into a rollup with trunks, only to have Kalisto reverse into one of his own, with a handful of trunks for the pin at 1:43.

Big Cass has been attacked. Enzo runs in and finds a gold chain in Cass' hand. Post break, Enzo blames Revival and says they need to have their match. The referee says Enzo will need to find a new partner.

It's time for Miz's celebration with Maryse hosting and a guy in a bear suit behind her. Miz comes out and we hit the YOU DESERVE IT chants. That's not cool with the new champ, as the fans chant that at every new champion in WWE. Miz brags about how awesome he is and how glad he is to be the new champion.

Maryse is praised for being this great but she didn't order the bear. Miz beats the heck out of the bear....but it's not Ambrose. That earns the bear a toss over the top (Miz: “At least you got beaten up by the Intercontinental Champion.”) and here comes a present in a big box. Miz doesn't trust it and destroys the thing with a chair.

Maryse freaks out because it's from her. She got him a grandfather clock because it's timeless, just like her. Maryse yells and leaves as Miz goes off about Ambrose getting in his head. As the rant continues, the cameraman puts his camera down because it's Dean. The beatdown doesn't take long and Miz is left laying.

Enzo Amore/??? vs Anderson and Gallows

Amore has a new partner and it's......Big Show. Before the match, Enzo says Show is looking slim and might be joining 205 Live. Enzo is 206 though and that makes him a heavyweight. He keeps going about rubbing Big Show and asks him to loosen up. That sends Show into something like an Enzo impression before finishing with the Cass line. Gallows kicks Enzo in the face at the bell but it's off to Show almost immediately. A chokeslam to Anderson sets up a modified Bada Boom Shaka Lacka for the pin at 1:42.

Video on Alexa Bliss.

Post break, Cass accuses Show of being the attacker but leaves with Enzo without much of a problem.

R-Truth says he's coming for Goldust and quotes A Few Good Men.

Bliss doesn't like the rest of the division.

Women's Title: Nia Jax vs. Alexa Bliss

Bliss is defending with Mickie and Dana at ringside. Jax throws her around to start and sends the champ into a corner. Bliss avoids a charge and tries a sleeper but gets sent outside. Mickie and Dana laugh at her so Alexa starts a fight, drawing the DQ at 2:20.

Nia destroys Mickie and Dana post match.

Heyman is in the trainer's room when he gets a phone call from Brock. Paul thinks Brock should be here next week.

Samoa Joe vs. Seth Rollins

Joe tries an early powerbomb and gets taken down with a hurricanrana, only to have Joe come back with right hands and chops in the corner. A hard knee to Seth's head has Rollins in trouble and the Sling Blade is countered as we take a break. Back with Joe still hammering away as the announcers talk about wrestlers hitting their stride and being on a roll like never before.

Joe crushes him with the backsplash and cranks on the arm. The snap powerslam gets two but Seth finally scores with an enziguri. A suicide dive sets up the Blockbuster, followed by a second dive. Rollins muscles him up for a Falcon Arrow and Joe is actually in some trouble. Bray Wyatt's lights hit though and.....no one comes out. The distraction is enough to set up the Koquina Clutch though and Rollins is out at 14:14.

Results
Roman Reigns b. Bray Wyatt – Spear
Cesaro/Sheamus b. Heath Slater/Rhyno – Brogue Kick to Slater
TJP b. Mustafa Ali – Detonation Kick
Kalisto b. Titus O'Neil – Rollup with a handful of trunks
Enzo Amore/Big Show b. Anderson and Gallows – High crossbody to Anderson
Alexa Bliss b. Nia Jax via DQ when Mickie James and Dana Brooke interfered
Samoa Joe b. Seth Rollins – Koquina Clutch

Tuesday

Smackdown
Date: June 6, 2017
Location: Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, New York
Commentators: John Bradshaw Layfield, Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton

We're two days past the most recent Raw pay per view and since this is WWE, that means we're less than two weeks away from the next Smackdown pay per view. In this case that would be Money in the Bank, which means we're getting more matches between all the participants. Tonight that would be Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Kevin Owens which will be non-title because the belt means nothing at the moment. I mean, it would be asking too much to have the focus be on a ladder match and a title despite them having nothing to do with one another. Let's get to it.

We open with a recap of Shane McMahon announcing the first ever women's Money in the Bank match.

The participants for the women's match are in the ring as Shane comes out to open things up. Shane introduces everyone and unveils the women's briefcase, which is white instead of red or blue. Everyone hits their catchphrases with Becky calling Natalya out for ripping off Bret's famous line.

Naomi comes out to talk about how important this is but Lana cuts them off in a VERY nice blue dress. In short she wants in the match but Naomi breaks up laughing. Lana: “What's so funny?” Naomi: “Bugs Bunny. And you.” Naomi doesn't think Lana has done enough to warrant being in the title picture so Lana says she can beat the champ. Shane says no and sends her packing, drawing a WE WANT LANA chant.

Naomi/Charlotte/Becky Lynch vs. Carmella/Natalya/Tamina

Charlotte drops a knee on Natalya to start and stops to do the Carmella dance. It's off to Becky to work on the arm, only to have Charlotte sent outside as we take a break less than three minutes in. Back with Natalya kicking Becky in the ribs but getting elbowed in the face, allowing the hot tag off to Naomi. House is cleaned with a series of kicks, including the dancing variety to Tamina. Naomi gets two off a springboard crossbody but here's Lana to trip her up. Tamina uses the distraction to hit a superkick for the pin at 10:48.

Mojo Rawley gives Shane McMahon a speech about wanting a shot, mentioning the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal win and defeating Jinder Mahal. Shane is willing to give him an opportunity to be in the ladder match if he can beat Mahal tonight. That's fine with Mojo.

AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler

Rematch from last week where Ziggler won. Feeling out process to start with AJ working a headlock and shouldering Ziggler down. Ziggler gets in a dropkick of his own though and AJ is knocked outside as we take a break. Back with Ziggler holding a chinlock and getting two off a Fameasser. Ziggler's superplex is broken up but so is the Phenomenal Forearm. Instead AJ sunset flips him for two and they hit a pinfall reversal sequence, only to have AJ reverse into the Styles Clash for the pin at 6:57.

It's Fashion Files time. Breeze is looking at the list of suspects when Fandango comes in. He took the bottle of cologne to the boys in the lab and found out that there are no boys and no lab. Fandango doesn't think it's cologne, which means it's not the Colons' cologne. They have no idea what's going on, which means they're getting close. We cut to New Day in the back and then coming into the office, where they become black and white. Big E. says they need help with a case. Breeze, thinking: “New Day, new case.”

Big E. isn't sure if it's a yes or a no because they're not saying anything. They have a present for Breezango: rompers (a kind of zip up shirt). Fandango doesn't like the fabric and says they don't take bribes. Breeze has put his on though and Fandango thinks it looks pretty good. As for the case, New Day wants some information on the Usos. Breezango has three boxes of stuff and talk with their minds, sending New Day walking away awkwardly. Breezango, again thinking: “New case rocks!”

Mojo Rawley vs. Jinder Mahal

Non-title and a win sends Mojo to the Money in the Bank ladder match. Mahal has a VERY long entrance so Mojo shoulders him to the floor to start. Back in and Mojo hits a hard clothesline, only to have one of the Singh Brothers offer a distraction. Mahal gets in a kick to the face to take over before sending Mojo shoulder first into the post. The Khallas gives Jinder the pin at 3:57.

Post match Mahal says he dismantled Mojo's dreams, just like he'll do to Orton at Money in the Bank.

Orton is ready to win his title back.

Shinsuke Nakamura video, featuring him painting.

New Day vs. Colons

Kofi is on the floor this time as Primo wristlocks Woods to start. Xavier fights out and hits a discus forearm before bringing in Big E. We get stereo abdominal stretches and take another early break. Back with Woods hitting a missile dropkick and bringing Big E. back in to clean house. A big flip dive takes Epico out and the Midnight Hour is enough to finish Primo at 7:26.

Post match the Usos come out to call New Day old news. Jey has jokes about all three of them, including asking if E. is an initial or a bra size. Oh and Woods has weird shoes.

Sami Zayn has been watching a lot of footage of his opponents to get ready for the ladder match. He thinks Nakamura is the big threat to win and that's why he'll be on commentary for the main event. Cue Baron Corbin to hit Zayn with a ladder.

Naomi demands that Shane give her a match with Lana at Money in the Bank. She's willing to put the title on the line so Shane makes the match.

Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Kevin Owens

Non-title and Corbin is on commentary instead of Sami. Feeling out process to start until Nakamura kicks him out to the floor. We take an early break and come back with Owens kicking Nakamura down for a chinlock. Nakamura fights up with some elbows and the running knee into the corner. The reverse exploder is countered but Owens hits the Cannonball. It's too early for the Pop Up Powerbomb though as Nakamura fights out and kicks Owens in the head. Now the exploder connects and the Kinshasa knocks Owens silly for the pin at 10:15.

Oh and in case you thought that win mattered, Corbin lays Nakamura out with End of Days.

Results
Tamina/Carmella/Natalya b. Naomi/Charlotte/Becky Lynch – Superkick to Charlotte
AJ Styles b. Dolph Ziggler – Styles Clash
Jinder Mahal b. Mojo Rawley – Khallas
New Day b. Colons – Midnight Hour to Primo
Shinsuke Nakamura b. Kevin Owens – Kinshasa

Wednesday

NXT
Date: June 7, 2017
Location: Full Sail University, Winter Park, Florida
Commentators: Percy Watson, Tom Phillips, Nigel McGuinness

Tonight is, in theory at least, all about Bobby Roode, who promised to show up for a Championship Celebration. Then again he said the same thing last week and had more important things to do. Teasing the crowd like that is far more effective of a heel tactic than a lot of them you'll see so it's not the worst idea. Let's get to it.

We open with a quick video for tonight's two big matches.

Opening sequence.

Heavy Machinery vs. Victor Andrews/Lars Sullivan

We actually get an inset promo from the jobbers with Victor being worried about his partner but Lars saying he's got this. The huge Lars shoves Tucker into the corner to start and the shoulder blocks go nowhere. Knight actually gets taken down so it's off to the much smaller Andrews, who is quickly bearhugged. Tucker throws Andews into another bearhug and a belly to belly. The double standing splash crushes Andrews again and the double fall away slam (the Compactor) is good for the pin at 3:54.

Heavy Machinery leaves so Sullivan annihilates Andrews, including an over the shoulder backbreaker. Fans to Sullivan: “SAY YOU'RE SORRY!”

We look back at No Way Jose returning to save Roderick Strong and Kassius Ohno from Sanity.

After the match, Killian Dain said no one was safe.

Here's Roderick Strong for a chat. Over the last year or so, he's been on quite the roller coaster (Was it the one at Wrestlemania?). Now he has a fiance and a beautiful baby boy. Now all he needs is the NXT Title. It's no longer Roddy vs. the World because it's his family vs. the World. This brings out Bobby Roode to talk about what an emotional story that was. Strong has a lot going for him right now with a hot fiance and a mostly normal boy.

Now Strong thinks he needs to move into the big house on the hill but it takes more than just asking for a title shot. Strong needs to stay in his lane and maybe one day they can take a picture together that he can show his kid. As for the title though, Strong just isn't man enough to win it. This was the first step on what feels like a long road to a match and that's fine.

Nikki Cross wants Asuka next week and gets her next week in a triple threat elimination match, also involving Ruby Riot.

Video on the Authors of Pain.

Sarah Logan vs. Peyton Royce

Logan is also known as Sarah Bridges but more famous as Crazy Mary Dobson. Sarah takes her down by the arm to start but Billie Kay's cheering gets Peyton out of trouble. A good looking spinning kick drops Logan and it's off to a chinlock. Logan fights up and hits a hard headbutt but gets kicked again, setting up a fisherman's suplex to give Royce the pin at 3:44.

After losing to Cesar Bonani last week, Andrade Cien Almas went out on the town again. An NXT reporter asked him about the loss so one of his lady friends slapped him in the face.

Oney Lorcan vs. Hideo Itami

Hideo takes him up to the ropes and slaps Oney in the face to start before a kick to the chest gets two. Lorcan gets the same off his running Blockbuster, only to charge into a kick to the head. It's too early for the GTS as Lorcan slips out slaps the heck out of Itami over and over. They're so bad that Itami stumbles to the floor, allowing Oney to hit a flip dive off the top. Back in and Itami begs off but uses the distraction to kick Lorcan in the knee. More kicks set up three straight GTS's for no cover. Instead Kassius Ohno comes out to shove Itami down and it's a no contest at 6:40.

Video on Drew McIntyre.

Ember Moon wants the winner of next week's triple threat.

No Way Jose vs. Killian Dain

The dancing doesn't get Jose very far to start but a top rope ax handle and big boot send Dain outside. Back from a break with Dain planting him with a slam to slow things down. We hit the neck crank for a bit before a Wasteland and backsplash crush Jose all over again. Jose fights back with some chops but makes the mistake of trying a fireman's carry. Dain misses a corner splash and eats a clothesline, followed by an impressive looking TKO. That's about it for the offense though as Dain comes back with a running dropkick to knock Jose into the corner, followed by the Ulster Plantation for the pin at 10:33.

Results
Heavy Machinery b. Victor Andrews/Lars Sullivan – Compactor to Andrews
Peyton Royce b. Sarah Logan – Fisherman's suplex
Hideo Itami vs. Oney Lorcan went to a no contest when Kassius Ohno interfered
Killian Dain b. No Way Jose – Ulster Plantation

Thursday

Impact Wrestling
Date: June 8, 2017
Location: Film Studio 7, Mumbai, India
Commentators: Jeremy Borash, Josh Matthews

This is a special show as it's the first of four episodes to be held in Mumbai, India. We're less than a month away from Slammiversary and now the main event seems to be set in stone as GFW World Champion Alberto El Patron will face Impact Wrestling World Champion Lashley in what is likely a winner take all match. Let's get to it.

We're in India for perhaps the biggest Impacts ever so LET'S HAVE THE FIGHTING ANNOUNCERS! Bruce Prichard says there's no physical altercations before Slammiversary or they're both fired, no matter who starts it. You have all these titles and all these stars and big names and you pick THIS to start things off? Honestly, if this is what they have for their biggest or second biggest story, this company is more delusional than I thought.

The opening video takes a long look at traveling to India and how important this is. I mean, it's not as important as Borash vs. Matthews but it's certainly important.

Opening sequence.

Here's Alberto El Patron to open things up. He talks about all the titles he's won around the world but there's one left for him to win. At Slammiversary (which he can't pronounce), he'll be the undisputed Impact Wrestling Heavyweight Champion. Cue Lashley to say that's not happening because he's unlike anything Alberto has ever faced. Tensions are teased but here's Bruce Prichard again to cut them off. He thinks they should both defend their titles right here tonight with the Slammiversary spots on the line. They don't find out their opponents until the matches start.

Bruce Prichard ignores a tag team called the Mumbai Cats.

X-Division Title: Caleb Konley vs. Low Ki

Low Ki is defending and wearing the suit again. They take turns driving each other into the corner with Ki getting the better of it off some kicks. A legsweep sets up a backsplash for two on the champ as the fans are VERY noisy here, in a good way. More kicks stagger Konley but he manages to send Ki outside for a suicide dive. Back in and Low Ki hits a running dropkick to knock Konley into the corner, followed by a Warrior's Way to the back for the pin at 6:35. Low Ki is bleeding a bit from the eye.

Post match, here's Sonjay to speak some of the native language and say how ironic it is for Low Ki's eye to be busted open. He wants a title shot and remembers fighting Low Ki in the Elk Lodge in New York City fifteen years ago. Now there's no Hit Squad behind Low Ki but Dutt has 1.4 billion people behind him. The match seems to be set.

Video on Rockstar Spud vs. Swoggle.

Davey Richards vs. Vikus Kumar

There's no Angelina Love so Davey is even angrier than usual. The kicks start in again with Davey driving him into the corner and then sending Kumar to the floor. A dive misses but Kumar misses a moonsault, setting up the ankle lock to make Kumar tap at 2:44.

Post match here's Ethan Carter III to whip Kumar with his belt. James Storm makes the save.

Prichard (third appearance in about 40 minutes) is in the back with Eli Drake, who thinks Bruce cost him the Grand Championship last week. Chris Adonis comes up and says the two of them deserve the World Title shot tonight. Bruce will consider it, so we'll be seeing him again later.

Video on the TNA Hall of Fame.

Josh promises a sparring session next week.

Swoggle chases Spud down the aisle and into the crowd.

Video on Mahabali Shera, who gets to come home to his country. We see him with a crowd doing the Shera Shake. I mean, none of the fans are doing it but maybe they can't remember if it's the Shera Shake or the Shera Shuffle. To be fair, the announcers couldn't remember either.

Joseph Park comes to see Jeremy Borash at his office to train. Park says fighting is in his family's blood. One day his grandfather Jebediah Park took on George Hackenschmidt in a bare knuckles fight. Park: “And he almost beat him!” They're off to train.

Impact Wrestling World Title: Lashley vs. ???

Lashley is defending against.....Moose. They trade shoulders to start until Moose runs the ropes for a spinning crossbody and two. It's way too early for the spear though and Moose nails a bicycle kick. That's fine with Lashley as he muscles Moose over and out to the floor. They head outside with Lashley sending Moose into the barricade.

Lashley's chinlock doesn't last long and Moose comes back with chops, followed by a dropkick to knock the champ off the top. Back from a break with Moose getting two off a running dropkick. Moose hits his own spear with Josh freaking out at the near fall. I'm not sure why he'd be so worried about the pay per view main event changing as it's been done three or four times now.

Lashley is right back up with a superplex but the spear is countered with a big boot. They're trading big shots here and it's making for a pretty entertaining slugfest. The sitout chokeslam gives Moose two more but the Game Changer misses. Lashley spears him down to retain at 16:30.

LAX celebrates having both sets of Tag Team Titles.

Video of Spud traveling to India.

Knockouts Title: Laurel Van Ness vs. Rosemary

Laurel, still in the wedding dress, is challenging and has Sienna in her corner. Sienna starts fast and sends Rosemary into the post so Laurel can stomp away. Rosemary pops up and stares at Sienna, causing a collision on the apron. A rollup retains the title at 1:59.

Post match Allie runs in with a kendo stick (because Allie is Bayley, but “WWE IS ALWAYS RIPPING TNA OFF!!!” - TNA fans.) for the save.

KM asks Bruce (hey there he is again) for the title shot and does his “you're lying” schtick.

JB and Park train. It's funny you see. JB: “We're screwed. We're dead.” Park wants to teach JB how to be an X-Division wrestler by diving into a pool. Park: “Pretend that water is Josh Matthews!”

Global Force Wrestling Title: Alberto El Patron vs. Chris Adonis

Adonis is challenging and has Eli Drake in his corner. Drake offers an early distraction and Adonis sends him outside as they brawl into the crowd. That goes nowhere, though to be fair we couldn't see anything while they were walking so for all I know, it was a Scrabble tournament. Back to ringside with Patron, who is wrestling in a shirt for some reason, getting caught in the Adonis Lock while in the ropes.

We take a break and come back with Adonis still working on the back with a cannonball and camel clutch. Alberto fights back again with some clotheslines but walks into a spinebuster for a delayed two. To be fair the guy barely ever wrestles anymore so asking him to remember to cover is probably a big request. Since he hasn't learned anything, Adonis puts Alberto on top and gets pulled down into the armbreaker over the ropes. Alberto gets in a few more kicks and the top rope double stomp retains at 12:48.

Drake and Adonis beat El Patron down with Lashley watching from the ramp. Moose runs in for the save to end the show.

Results
Low Ki b. Caleb Konley – Warrior's Way
Davey Richards b. Vikus Kumar – Ankle lock
Lashley b. Moose – Spear
Rosemary b. Laurel Van Ness – Rollup
Alberto El Patron b. Chris Adonis – Double stomp

Friday

Nothing.

Saturday

Nothing.

Sunday

Nothing.

Quick Results

Monday Night Raw
Roman Reigns b. Bray Wyatt – Spear
Cesaro/Sheamus b. Heath Slater/Rhyno – Brogue Kick to Slater
TJP b. Mustafa Ali – Detonation Kick
Kalisto b. Titus O'Neil – Rollup with a handful of trunks
Enzo Amore/Big Show b. Anderson and Gallows – High crossbody to Anderson
Alexa Bliss b. Nia Jax via DQ when Mickie James and Dana Brooke interfered
Samoa Joe b. Seth Rollins – Koquina Clutch

Smackdown
Tamina/Carmella/Natalya b. Naomi/Charlotte/Becky Lynch – Superkick to Charlotte
AJ Styles b. Dolph Ziggler – Styles Clash
Jinder Mahal b. Mojo Rawley – Khallas
New Day b. Colons – Midnight Hour to Primo
Shinsuke Nakamura b. Kevin Owens – Kinshasa

NXT
Heavy Machinery b. Victor Andrews/Lars Sullivan – Compactor to Andrews
Peyton Royce b. Sarah Logan – Fisherman's suplex
Hideo Itami vs. Oney Lorcan went to a no contest when Kassius Ohno interfered
Killian Dain b. No Way Jose – Ulster Plantation

Impact Wrestling
Low Ki b. Caleb Konley – Warrior's Way
Davey Richards b. Vikus Kumar – Ankle lock
Lashley b. Moose – Spear
Rosemary b. Laurel Van Ness – Rollup
Alberto El Patron b. Chris Adonis – Double stomp
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Originally Posted by klunderbunker
better than you.
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