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    Takeover: San Antonio
    Date: January 28, 2017
    Location: Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, Texas
    Commentators: Percy Watson, Tom Phillips, Corey Graves

    For the first time that I can remember, NXT actually has its work cut out to make one of these shows work. The card just isn't all that strong this time around and it shows badly. The main event here is Shinsuke Nakamura defending the NXT Title against Bobby Roode, which really could go either way. Let's get to it.

    The opening video looks at all five matches tonight with a theme of change.

    Tye Dillinger vs. Eric Young

    During Sanity's entrance, the camera starts on Alexander Wolfe and pans over to the other members but goes one to far and pans over to air. Young gives Dillinger one last chance to join the team but gets left hands to the jaw for his efforts. A trip to the floor goes nowhere and Dillinger chops away again before whipping Eric outside one more time.

    Eric finally sends him outside so Killian Dane (Big Damo) can get in a crossbody to really take over. Back in and Eric's top rope elbow hits Tye in the back before sending him outside again. A neckbreaker gets two on Tye but he dropkicks Young out of the air to put both guys down.

    Back up and Tye grabs him by the beard to really start his comeback. Young runs up to the top so Tye charges up into a belly to belly superplex for two, which means crowd reaction shots have come to NXT. Cue Wolfe to the apron so Tye gives him a Tyebreaker, followed by a superkick to Dane. Another Tyebreaker hits Young but Wolfe puts his foot on the ropes. Tye goes after Sanity once too often and gets caught in the wheelbarrow neckbreaker for the pin at 10:56.

    Samoa Joe is here.

    Andrade Cien Almas vs. Roderick Strong

    Strong eliminated Almas in a four way for the #1 contendership so it's time for payback. Almas does his pose in the ropes to start before kicking at the arms. A cross armbreaker has Strong in trouble and a running kick to the head makes it even worse. This has been ALL Almas so far but he misses a moonsault and gets caught in an Angle Slam. Back up and they slowly chop it out before switching over to elbows, followed by a hard kick to send Strong into the corner.

    Strong kicks him in the face again but gets pulled down into something like Rings of Saturn, sending Roderick's foot onto the ropes for a break. Almas gets caught on top and Strong drops him onto the turnbuckle with a backbreaker for two. Andrade gets in the double knees in the corner, only to have Strong get out of the hammerlock DDT. Another knee to the face sets up the Sick Kick for the pin on Almas at 11:44.

    Video on Shawn Michaels winning the 1995 Royal Rumble.

    Michael P.S. Hayes is here.

    We recap DIY vs. the Authors of Pain. Akam and Razar, managed by Paul Ellering, won the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic to become #1 contenders and now it's DIY trying to fight off the monsters to retain their newly won titles.

    Tag Team Titles: DIY vs. Authors of Pain

    Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa are defending and unfortunately the Authors take off their jackets, meaning the name tags go away. Razar takes Ciampa into the corner and shouts at him a lot, drawing a PSYCHO KILLER chant from the crowd. Gargano tries the spear through the ropes and is casually swatted away. Everything breaks down and the champs just can't do anything with rights and lefts.

    Some running knees work a bit better though and the monsters are knocked to the floor for a suicide dive and running knee from the apron. Back in and Akam casually slams Gargano over the top and the beating is on. It's off to an over the shoulder backbreaker until Johnny slips down into an enziguri.....which has no effect whatsoever.

    Gargano finally slips away and makes the hot tag off to Ciampa so house can be cleaned as well as possible. Some German suplexes take the Authors down and Paul Ellering is losing it on the floor. The referee tells Ciampa “six minutes left” as he chops away at Akam, who takes Ciampa's head off for two. The champs get two of their own off a double spear but Johnny gets knocked to the floor again, leaving Ciampa to get caught in a powerbomb/neckbreaker combination for two.

    Johnny is back in to break up the Last Chapter and it's off to the double arm submission. Akam powers out of Johnny's crossface though and slams Gargano onto Tommaso to break the other hold. That's a really effective spot as the champs took their best shot and couldn't stop the raw power. They slug it out from their knees but the double strike is countered into the Authors' double powerbomb. The Last Chapter on Ciampa give us new champions at 14:27.

    Here's Seth Rollins to take over the ring and call out HHH, who he knows is here because HHH runs NXT. HHH comes out but walks to the back, sending security out instead. Rollins is taken out and the fans aren't happy.

    We recap the Women's Title match. Asuka is unstoppable but has been dealing with the combined forces of Billie Kay and Peyton Royce. Nikki Cross has gotten in on things too and Asuka wants to fight all of them at once.

    Women's Title: Asuka vs. Nikki Cross vs. Peyton Royce vs. Billie Kay

    Asuka is defending and this is one fall to a finish. Billie and Peyton look terrified and bail out to the floor shortly after the bell. With Asuka and Cross circling each other, the Aussies come back in for little success before being tossed back out. Asuka German suplexes both of them at the same time and it's back to Asuka vs. Cross.

    Nikki ducks Asuka's big kick and takes the champ to the floor for an elevated neckbreaker off the apron. Cross hits a big dive but the Aussies beat Nikki up the aisle while Asuka is down at ringside. Is there a reason they're not running back to the ring so one can get a fast pin on the other?

    They actually take Cross to the announcers' area and double suplex her through a table in a rare big spot. Back to the ring with the Aussies double teaming Asuka instead of just doing something a bit less complicated, like LAYING DOWN FOR EACH OTHER. Billie kicks Asuka into a Widow's Peak for two but the champ shrugs it off and kicks them both down to pin Peyton at 10:02.

    Nikki raises her head and smiles at Asuka as the champ leaves.

    Tyler Bate is here.

    We recap the NXT Title match. Shinsuke Nakamura got the title back after winning the feud against Samoa Joe. Bobby Roode won a four way elimination match to become #1 contender and wants to make the title GLORIOUS.

    NXT Title: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Bobby Roode

    Roode is challenging and comes to the ring with eight rather attractive women in matching dresses. Nakamura rides to the ring on a platform for a rather unique entrance of his own. The fans sing Nakamura's song after the bell for a pretty intimidating atmosphere. They hit the mat to start with Nakamura getting caught in a headlock, only to send Roode off and tell him to bring it on.

    Roode switches to the basics with an elbow to the jaw followed by a wristlock. Good Vibrations is broken up so Roode blasts him in the jaw to send Bobby outside. Roode is right back though and sends him into the steps, which seems to jar the champ's neck. Back in and Bobby goes right after the neck until Nakamura comes back with the strikes. Good Vibrations works this time as the pace picks up a bit.

    Roode blocks the inverted exploder as he's had counters for almost everything so far. The running knee in the corner hits Roode's ribs and now the exploder works just fine. Nakamura loads up Kinshasa but Roode is out on the mat. It's playing possum though and Bobby gets two off a rollup. A backstabber gets the same and that perfect spinebuster gives Roode yet another near fall.

    Roode's superplex is broken up and Nakamura scores with a middle rope kick to the chest. Kinshasa is blocked and Roode grabs a rollup with his feet on the ropes for two more. Nakamura starts no selling the chops and wants some more. The hard strikes come back and it's off to a triangle choke of all things. Roode reverses into something like a powerbomb which is countered into a sunset flip for two.

    A sliding knee gives Nakamura the same so he goes to the middle rope for a jumping knee but both guys crash down to the floor. The champ's knee is banged up though and Nakamura goes down after hitting Kinshasa. Roode is out and the referee brings the trainer in to check on the knee. Nakamura says he can go and Roode is sitting up in the corner.

    Back in and Roode grabs the Glorious DDT for a very, very close two. Bobby slaps on a half crab and punches at the knee for extra damage before dragging it back to the middle of the ring. Cue Matt Bloom (Albert, the head NXT Coach) as Nakamura tries to reverse into another triangle. The knee gives out though and a second Glorious DDT gives 27:09.

    Graves is THRILLED to end the show.

    Eric Young b. Tye Dillinger – Wheelbarrow neckbreaker
    Roderick Strong b. Andrade Cien Almas – Sick Kick
    Authors of Pain b. DIY – Last Chapter to Ciampa
    Asuka b. Billie Kay, Peyton Royce and Nikki Cross – Kick to Royce's head
    Bobby Roode b. Shinsuke Nakamura – Glorious DDT


    Royal Rumble 2017
    Date: January 29, 2017
    Location: Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
    Commentators: Michael Cole, Byron Saxton Corey Graves, John Bradshaw Layfield, Mauro Ranallo, David Otunga, Tom Phillips

    We're finally here and I don't know who wins the main event. The Royal Rumble really is that wide open this year and that hasn't been the case in a few years now. It could be any of maybe ten people and that's a very cool situation to be in for a change. The rest of the card looks solid too so let's get to it.

    Pre-Show: Nikki Bella/Becky Lynch/Naomi vs. Becky Lynch/Mickie James/Natalya

    Natalya does a You Can't See Me in Nikki's face to start and it's quickly off to Bliss to really get us going. A facebuster staggers Alexa so it's off to Naomi vs. Natalya, only to have the good ones come in for a triple suplex to send Natalya and company to the floor. Naomi hits a dive and we take a break.

    Back with Natalya sending Becky into the barricade and taking her into the wrong corner to play some Ricky Morton. Natalya gets two off a clothesline and we hit the chinlock. Back up and Nikki gets over for the hot tag to Naomi for some exciting yet still stupid looking offense. Everything breaks down and Naomi hits a split legged moonsault for the pin on Alexa at 9:39.

    Raw Tag Team Titles: Sheamus/Cesaro vs. Anderson and Gallows

    Anderson and Gallows are challenging and there are two referees. Cesaro runs Anderson over to start and it's off to Sheamus to do the same on Gallows. A kick to Cesaro's head puts him down and we take a break. Back with Sheamus getting the hot tag and cleaning house, including an assisted Irish Curse for two on Gallows.

    Karl comes back in and hits a running kick to the chest but has to backdrop his way out of the Neutralizer. Anderson gets in the spinebsuter but Sheamus breaks up the Magic Killer. One referee takes the Brogue Kick by mistake so the second comes in to watch Anderson get Swung. Everything breaks down again and Anderson rolls Cesaro up with a handful of trunks for the pin at 10:28.

    Nia Jax vs. Sasha Banks

    Banks has a somewhat bad knee coming in thanks to Nia attacking her multiple times. Sasha goes right after her to start but can't get too far on the giant. A hard charge puts Banks down and Jax shouts that she's the boss. Back from a break with Jax easily powering out of the Banks Statement and grabbing a Brock Lock to start in on the knee. Sasha gets out and hits the top rope double knees (not the brightest move), only to get caught in the Samoan drop for the pin at 5:13.

    The opening video looks at some historic Rumble moments, which we remember you see. Of course it turns into the standard recap package, which runs over four minutes. It's almost like we have four hours and five matches.

    Raw Women's Title: Bayley vs. Charlotte

    Charlotte is defending and this is the natural vs. the one who loves wrestling. Bayley is sent outside early on so she does the same to Charlotte. A big dive off the top takes Charlotte down again but it takes a bit to throw her back in and the champ kicks out. Bayley gets sent into the steps for two and it's off to the chinlock.

    A stomp to the head sets up the figure four necklock with Bayley's face bouncing off the mat. Bayley starts getting all fired up and chops away before grabbing an armdrag out of the corner. A middle rope crossbody sets up the ax handles to the champ's chest, followed by a swinging Downward Spiral for a new move.

    Bayley drops a top rope elbow for two (which seems to bust Charlotte's lip) and the fans are starting to get into this. Charlotte comes right back with a quick Figure Eight but she makes sure to grab the ropes for the break. An awkward looking moonsault (Charlotte landed on her legs instead of flat) is countered with raised knees to put the champ in trouble again. Not that it matters as Natural Selection onto the apron retains the title at 13:03.

    We recap the Raw World Title match. Roman Reigns has beaten champion Kevin Owens multiple times now but Chris Jericho constantly interferes to help retain the title. Therefore, Jericho will be locked in a shark cage above the ring despite the match being not DQ, which negates the point of the original stipulation in the first place.

    Raw World Title: Roman Reigns vs. Kevin Owens

    Reigns is challenging and anything goes. Jericho and Owens try to jump Reigns to start but Roman knocks Chris into the cage and has it raised into the air. The fight is taken straight into the crowd with Owens taking the worst of it. Back to ringside with the champ taking over by hitting Reigns with the top of the table.

    That's followed by a Cannonball against the barricade and it's time to set up a big pyramid of chairs at ringside. Reigns punches his way out of a powerbomb through the chairs and sends Owens shoulder first into the post. It's table time but Owens grabs a Backstabber for two instead.

    The superkick is countered into a sitout powerbomb for two on Owens and the champ is in trouble. They head outside again with Reigns being put on the table for a frog splash off the top. A chair is wedged into the corner and Owens becomes the first heel in a LONG time to send someone into a chair he set up.

    Jericho throws Owens some brass knuckles but Kevin's Superman Punch only gets two. Reigns comes back with a Samoan drop through a chair and it's table time: the sequel. The table is set up in the corner and a Superman Punch connects for two (table not involved). Owens blocks the spear of all things with a jumping Stunner for two and frustration is setting in.

    There's another Cannonball and Owens loads up a superplex to the floor, only to get shoved through that big pile of chairs. Reigns powerbombs him through the announcers' table but cue Braun Strowman to chokeslam Reigns onto (not through) the table. A powerslam through the table in the corner makes it even worse, allowing Owens to cover Reigns' unconscious body for the pin at 23:30.

    Enzo and Big Cass shill chicken.

    Here are some Royal Rumble facts. They're counting down from 30 to 1 but only twelve or so are presented here.

    The Rumble debuted in 1988
    Bret Hart was the first entrant
    870 superstars have entered
    3 females have entered and all of them have eliminated one person
    23 different winners
    98% of the entrants have lost
    4 Rumbles in Texas
    California and Florida have hosted 5 Rumbles each
    507,102 fans have appeared
    Rey Mysterio lasted 1:02:12
    Edge only took 7:36 to win
    Santino Marella lasted 1 second
    Bob Backlund lasted 1:01:10 for the longest run without winning
    HHH has spent 4:06:08 over 9 Rumbles
    46 Hall of Famers
    9 Hall of Famers won
    Foley appeared 3 times in 1998

    The four bosses are hanging around the tumbler when Sami Zayn comes in to draw his number. Dean Ambrose comes in and is off to take a nap until he's scheduled to go in. To continue Sami's nerd gimmick (whatever that's for), he can't open his ball so Dean does it for him, revealing #8.

    We recap the Cruiserweight Title match. Rich Swann was Neville's young boy in Japan but now Neville wants the title due to a lack of respect. This has been a very well put together feud and I'm looking forward to seeing the match.

    Cruiserweight Title: Neville vs. Rich Swann

    Swann is defending but Neville hammers him down into the corner to start with the champ in early trouble. Rich grabs a quick crucifix for two but Neville facelocks him to take over again. An elbow to the head sets up a chinlock as the match slows down again. Neville finally lets go and sends Swann into the barricade as this is completely one sided so far.

    Back in and Rich finally scores with a superkick to give himself his first offense of the match. Neville bails to the floor and that means a big corkscrew dive off the middle rope to drop him all over again. Back in and Swann just unloads on him with rights and lefts to the head, followed by a good looking Chick Kick for two. A running frog splash (that's a new one) gives the champ two more but Neville crotches him on the top.

    Neville superkicks the heck out of him but the deadlift German suplex is countered into a victory roll for two. The big kick to Neville's head only gets two as it knocks Neville right next to the ropes. Neville's superplex only gets two so he goes straight to the Rings of Saturn and Swann taps at 13:29.

    New Day shills Vudu.

    We recap the Smackdown World Title match. AJ Styles and John Cena started feuding last May and Styles swept Cena in two matches. Cena was gone for a good while due to an injury but is back and healthy with his sights set on winning his 16th World Title to tie Ric Flair's record.

    Smackdown World Title: John Cena vs. AJ Styles

    Cena is challenging and they stare each other down to start. AJ goes after the leg to start and takes Cena down for a kneedrop. Cena tries an early AA but Styles lands on his feet and grabs a hurricanrana. The sliding forearm gets two and a German suplex into a facebuster gets the same.

    Cena just blasts him with a clothesline and the Shuffle gets two. It's too early for a superplex though as AJ slips down into a torture rack into a powerbomb for two of his own. The first AA gets two and the Phenomenal Forearm gives AJ the same. Cena comes back with an electric chair facebuster for two and it's time for the slugout.

    AJ pulls him down into the Calf Crusher but Cena reverses into the STF. That breaks down as well and we hit the main event style as AJ grabs an STF (not a great one but it's comparable to Cena's) of his own. Cena reverses that into a Figure Four (Because RIC FLAIR IS STILL A THING BABY!) but gets caught in a cross armbreaker, only to power AJ up into a powerbomb to put both guys down again.

    The top rope Fameasser is countered into a powerbomb which is transitioned into a Styles Clash for a very close two. Styles' springboard 450 hits knees and a Code Red (standing sunset flip) gets two more. AJ gets catapulted into the buckle and something like a toss into a Big Ending gets yet another near fall. The super AA only gets two and Cena is.....well I'd assume stunned because WE LOOK AT THE CROWD REACTIONS INSTEAD OF THE WRESTLERS. Two straight AA's give Cena the sixteenth title at 23:55.

    We look at HHH responding to Seth Rollins last night after Takeover. HHH's advice is to not wish for something you don't want because tomorrow night, STEPHANIE is confronting Rollins face to face.

    Jerry Lawler is doing commentary on the Rumble.

    Rumble by the Numbers.

    Only 16 of the 30 possible numbers have won
    7 winners are from 1-10
    4 have been from 11-20
    19 have been from 21-40
    27 is the lucky number
    1 and 2 have produced 4 winners
    2 people have won from #1
    Only one person has won from the same number twice (Batista at #28)
    Kane has entered the most Royal Rumbles and has the most eliminations
    The title has been on the line twice
    Four winners have been runners up
    Six names have won twice
    Steve Austin has won three times

    Royal Rumble

    Two minute intervals. Big Cass is in at #1 and Enzo fills in some more time by singing about how much he loves Texas. After a speech about this is the big Rumble and Cass is going to act like HBK in 1995, Chris Jericho is in at #2. Cass starts fast and throws Jericho around, only to have to block the Walls. A catapult sends Jericho to the apron and Kalisto is in at #3.

    Kalisto is sent to the apron but springboards back in to speed things WAY up. One big boot drops drops the masked man but Jericho is back up to slug away at Cass in the corner. Mojo Rawley is in at #4 as the clock is already WAY off. With no one doing anything of note, Jericho sets the record for most combined time in the Rumble. Jack Gallagher is in at #5 and it's time for the umbrella shots.

    Jericho slams him down and Jack crotches him with the umbrella, which he twirls around between Jericho's legs. Mark Henry is in at #6 as we don't have any eliminations yet. Gallagher's headbutt has no effect and he's sent flying over the top (with umbrella in hand of course) for the first elimination. Braun Strowman is in at #7 as Jericho is sent outside but not over the top.

    Rawley and Cass are put out in short order with Kalisto quickly following. That leaves Henry vs. Strowman for the obvious showdown with the obvious ending. We're down to Strowman and Jericho (on the floor) as Sami Zayn is in at #8. Sami hammers away to a bit more avail than you would expect but he's quickly pounded down.

    Big Show is in at #9 and we get another big power showdown. Strowman gets chokeslammed but Show has to to after Jericho, who eats a KO Punch. TYE DILLINGER comes in at #10 and helps Sami hammer on Strowman. At the moment we've got Sami, Strowman, Dillinger, Jericho and James Ellsworth is in at #11. Dillinger and Sami try to get rid of Strowman to no avail so here's Dean Ambrose in at #12.

    Dean and Ellsworth agree to go after Strowman but James stays on the floor. James goes in and is quickly tossed, leaving Dean, Dillinger and Zayn to work on Strowman. Baron Corbin is in at #13 and makes it a quadruple team but Strowman gets rid of Dillinger for his seventh elimination. Corbin and company hammer on Strowman and Baron actually clotheslines Braun out on his own for a BIG surprise.

    Kofi Kingston is in at #14 and nothing happens until Miz is in at #15, giving us Sami, Jericho, Ambrose, Corbin, Kofi and Miz. A Deep Six drops Miz and Kofi gets crotched on the top, allowing him to hang over the back of the post for his big save. Sheamus is in at #16 and stares Miz down to scare him off. Everyone lays around and it's Big E. in at #17. New Day works together but doesn't get rid of anyone so here's Rusev (with a mask on to protect what looks to be a broken nose) at #18.

    Again that goes nowhere as Cesaro is in at #19 with the ring getting too full. Cesaro Swings a bunch of people until Rusev superkicks him down. Xavier Woods is in at #20, giving us Sami, Jericho, Ambrose, Corbin, Kofi, Miz, Sheamus, Big E., Rusev, Cesaro and Woods. New Day hammers on Sheamus and Miz is sent into a double kick in the corner.

    Bray Wyatt is in at #21 and we get Woods staring at Bray for a callback to their feud last year. Woods is sent to the apron but not eliminated as Apollo Crews is in at #22. Sheamus and Cesaro clothesline New Day out at the same time, only to have Jericho dump both of them out. Randy Orton is in at #23, giving us Orton, Sami, Jericho, Ambrose, Corbin, Miz, Rusev, Wyatt and Crews. RKO's abound until Dolph Ziggler is in at #24. This time it's superkicks abounding and it's Luke Harper in at #25.

    Harper elbows Crews out but turns into a staredown with Orton. Bray has to play peacekeeper again so Harper blasts him with a clothesline. Orton takes a boot but comes right back with an RKO on Harper to break up Sister Abigail on Bray (you read that right). Brock Lesnar is in at #26 and gets rid of Ambrose and Ziggler before starting in on the German suplexes. Some F5's leave everyone down and heeeeere's.........Enzo at #27. Graves: “This may be the greatest moment of my life!”

    Enzo gets all fired up and takes one heck of a clothesline before being tossed. Goldberg is in at #28 and this could be very interesting. The spear drops Lesnar in a hurry and a clothesline gets rid of Brock two seconds later. Sami takes a Jackhammer but Orton and Wyatt jump Goldberg.

    That means a double spear and here's Undertaker in at #29 but he surprises Goldberg from behind instead of coming down the aisle (smart move there). Undertaker grabs Goldberg by the throat but has to eliminate Corbin. Goldberg dumps Harper but Undertaker tosses Goldberg for a surprise. A bunch of chokeslams take everyone down and.......ROMAN REIGNS is the surprise entrant at #30.

    The final group is Undertaker, Reigns, Zayn, Jericho, Miz, Wyatt and Orton (good lineup). Reigns and Undertaker slug it out as the fans are calling this BS. Miz gets clotheslined out and Sami is tossed to get us down to five. Roman dumps Undertaker and does the big stare, likely setting up Wrestlemania. A Superman Punch gets rid of Jericho and we're down to Reigns, Wyatt and Orton. The double teaming begins but both Wyatts take Superman Punches. Wyatt is tossed but the spear is countered into an RKO and a clothesline sends Orton to Wrestlemania at 1:01:55.

    Pyro wraps us up.

    Charlotte b. Bayley – Natural Selection onto the apron
    Kevin Owens b. Roman Reigns – Pin after a powerslam from Braun Strowman
    Neville b. Rich Swann – Rings of Saturn
    John Cena b. AJ Styles – Attitude Adjustment
    Randy Orton won the 2017 Royal Rumble last eliminating Roman Reigns

    Quick Results

    Monday Night Raw
    Luke Gallows b. Cesaro – Flapjack
    Sami Zayn b. Seth Rollins – Small package
    Mustafa Ali/Jack Gallagher/TJ Perkins b. Ariya Daivari/Tony Nese/Drew Gulak – Inverted 450 to Gulak
    Jinder Mahal/Rusev/Titus O'Neil/Braun Strowman b. New Day/Enzo Amore/Big Cass – Powerslam to Amore
    Roman Reigns b. Chris Jericho via DQ when Kevin Owens interfered
    Nia Jax b. Ray Lyn – Banzai Drop
    Rich Swann b. Noam Dar – Spinning kick to the head

    Randy Orton b. Luke Harper – RKO
    Mojo Rawley won a battle royal last eliminating Tyler Breeze
    Dolph Ziggler b. Kalisto – Superkick
    Dean Ambrose b. Miz – Dirty Deeds

    Ember Moon b. Liv Morgan – Ecclipse
    No Way Jose b. Kona Reeves – Pop Up Right Hand
    Eric Young b. Chris Atkins – Wheelbarrow neckbreaker

    Impact Wrestling
    Hardys b. DCC and Decay – Twist of Fate to Kingston
    Drew Galloway b. Moose – Futureshock
    Rosemary b. Jade – Superplex through a table
    DJZ b. Trevor Lee, Andrew Everett, Marshe Rockett and Caleb Konley – ZDT to Everett
    Lashley b. Eddie Edwards three falls to two

    Takeover: San Antonio
    Eric Young b. Tye Dillinger – Wheelbarrow neckbreaker
    Roderick Strong b. Andrade Cien Almas – Sick Kick
    Authors of Pain b. DIY – Last Chapter to Ciampa
    Asuka b. Billie Kay, Peyton Royce and Nikki Cross – Kick to Royce's head
    Bobby Roode b. Shinsuke Nakamura – Glorious DDT

    Royal Rumble 2017
    Charlotte b. Bayley – Natural Selection onto the apron
    Kevin Owens b. Roman Reigns – Pin after a powerslam from Braun Strowman
    Neville b. Rich Swann – Rings of Saturn
    John Cena b. AJ Styles – Attitude Adjustment
    Randy Orton won the 2017 Royal Rumble last eliminating Roman Reigns

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