Week of 11/21/2016 - 11/27/2016

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    Monday Night Raw
    Date: November 21, 2016
    Location: Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Commentators: Michael Cole, Corey Graves, Byron Saxton

    We're still in Toronto as the big pay per view weekends are starting to feel like an old Raw TV cycle. The big story last night is Brock Lesnar's complete destruction at the hands of Goldberg, who beat him in a mind blowing 87 seconds. Tonight we get started towards Roadblock in about four weeks so let's get to it.

    We open with stills of Lesnar vs. Goldberg because a match running less than a minute and a half needs to be clipped.

    Here's Goldberg getting the full entrance to open things up. Goldberg thanks the fans for letting him be Goldberg again. He also thanks his wife and son for putting up with him and he got to be a star again one more time. Last night he ran into Stephanie McMahon who said he did have one more spear and Jackhammer in him (three spears and two Jackhammers if you're counting) but the question is does he have one more title run left in him. The fans go NUTS over that prospect and Goldberg says he's in the Royal Rumble.

    Raw Tag Team Titles: New Day vs. Sheamus/Cesaro

    New Day is defending and talk about breaking Demolition's record for longest Tag Team Title reign in just 23 days. A powerslam gives Cesaro two on Big E. to start but Kofi escapes an early Swing attempt. Instead Cesaro sends him into the barricade and we take a break. Back with Kofi dropkicking Sheamus out of the air but getting Irish Cursed for two.

    Sheamus won't tag out though and we get some heel (I think?) miscommunication with Cesaro being knocked off the apron. The hot tag brings in Big E. to clean house as everything breaks down. The Warrior Splash gets two on Sheamus but he rakes Big E.'s eyes to set up White Noise for the same.

    It's back to Cesaro vs. Kofi with the Uppercut Train taking off, only to have an SOS get two. Trouble in Paradise is countered into a Cesaro Swing which goes into the Sharpshooter. The Brogue Kick puts Big E. down but Woods gets on the apron for the distraction as Kofi taps. Ever the moron, Cesaro lets the hold go and gets small packaged for the pin at 12:18.

    Chris Jericho is distraught that the List of Jericho was destroyed last night. Tonight, he's going to say who's to blame for this travesty.

    Enzo Amore is stuck outside his locker room.....and he's naked. After running into the Shining Stars and Titus O'Neil with the expected results. Enzo runs into Lana and, of course, asks how she's doing. Rusev comes in to yell and Cass comes to Enzo's defense. There's no offer of a shirt for Enzo or anything but a match is set up for later.

    Mick Foley and Stephanie McMahon do their standard “we're awesome” segment and talk about needing to punish the Raw stars who lost last night. Sami Zayn comes in and gets a match against Braun Strowman. So Foley is a heel too.

    Ariya Daivari vs. Cedric Alexander

    Before the match, Daivari says Canadians are just as bad as Americans and rants in some foreign language. Alexander armbars him before the bell but Daivari takes over as the match gets started. Cedric's springboard is broken up into a big crash but he nails a handspring into a kick to the face. Another springboard into a clothesline sets up the Lumbar Check for the pin on Daivari at 3:10.

    It's time for the Highlight Reel with a serious Jericho wanting to find out what happened with the List of Jericho. Kevin Owens cuts him off and asks when Chris upgraded to the Jeritron 6500. Jericho isn't happy with Owens for not realizing he was there when Jericho upgraded.

    We see Owens saving Jericho from the Styles Clash with the List of Jericho, sending Jericho into a rant about everything that could have been seen. Owens: “Who cares???” That seems to be a breaking point for Jericho, because he cares. Owens yells at Jericho for screwing up by walking into an RKO a few seconds after he sacrificed himself. If that's how Owens feels, maybe they don't have much of a friendship.

    Owens is never there when Jericho needs him and Chris is done with him. Kevin spins him around and they both blame Roman Reigns, setting up a big hug. The ranting goes on about Reigns and Rollins (who are hair conditioner brothers) until Seth comes out, demanding his title shot tonight. The brawl is on and here's Reigns, slowly walking to the ring for the save. Cue Foley to make the title match tonight, No DQ, with Jericho and Reigns banned from ringside.

    We recap the opening segment.

    Enzo Amore vs. Rusev

    Before the match, Enzo says if Lana wanted to see him naked, she just had to hack his phone. The Accolade finishes Enzo in 58 seconds.

    Anderson and Gallows vs. Golden Truth

    Winners get a shot at New Day next week. Anderson and Gallows take Truth into the corner for an early beating, including a bunch of stomping and a Gallows big boot for two. A kick to the face allows the hot tag to Goldust, who tries to go up top. That just earns him a crotching, followed by the Magic Killer for the pin at 6:02.

    Video on the Wrestlemania tickets going on sale. This includes someone making a fourteen hour drive from Houston because Houston has never heard of an online sale.

    Braun Strowman vs. Sami Zayn

    Strowman jumps him before the bell and Sami is in big trouble to start. A running splash crushes Sami again and the match is almost stopped. Some hard clotheslines make things even worse. Strowman ties Sami in the Tree of Woe and Mick Foley comes out to stop the match at 4:00.

    Emmalina video.

    Here are Charlotte and Dana Brooke with something to say. She looks at some stills of the postmatch beatdown on Bayley before calling herself the Wayne Gretzky of WWE. Charlotte is so happy she doesn't have to deal with the Team Raw peasants but here's Sasha Banks to interrupt.

    Sasha wants her rematch tonight and Charlotte agrees with one condition: it's in her hometown next week so she can beat Sasha again. Cue Nia Jax to say she dominated the Smackdown women, unlike Sasha, the short, purple headed Barbie. Dana finds this hilarious so Sasha decks her, only to get sent into the corner for the running splash. Bayley comes out for the save, meaning Sasha is thrown out to her.

    Sasha Banks/Bayley vs. Charlotte/Nia Jax

    Joined in progress with Nia throwing Bayley around and bringing in Charlotte for a chinlock. A failed monkey flip allows for the hot tag to Banks, who helps out with a double suplex to Nia. The Bank Statement makes Charlotte tap at 4:37.

    We look at the opening segment for the third time.

    Seth Rollins is ready for his match with Owens.

    Noam Dar vs. Rich Swann vs. TJ Perkins

    The winner gets Brian Kendrick, on commentary here, for the title on the debut of 205 Live. Kendrick says the new show was created for him as Dar dropkicks Perkins out to the floor, only to have Swann do the same to Noam. Perkins kicks Rich's knee out and we take a break. Back with Perkins kicking Dar in the face but getting caught in an ankle lock. Swann makes a save, followed by Dar breaking up TJ's kneebar. Another kneebar is broken up by a splash and Swann kicks Perkins in the head for the pin at 7:50.

    Owens brags about beating AJ Styles and knows he's ready to beat Rollins, who failed him last night.

    Enzo and Cass shill merchandise.

    Raw World Title: Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins

    Owens is defending and there are no disqualifications with Jericho and Reigns barred from ringside. Kevin tries to bail to the floor and gets kicked in the face for his efforts. The springboard knee to the head gets two inside thirty seconds so it's already table time. Owens grabs the package piledriver slam and we take an early break.

    Back with Owens in full control and hammering Seth in the head. A Sling Blade and suicide dive take Owens out, leading to another commercial. Back again with an exchange of strikes to the face putting both guys down. The frog splash misses Owens and it's a Cannonball into a chair onto Rollins for a close two. Owens sets up a pair of chairs for a powerbomb and you can see the backdrop counter coming before it happens.

    Another table is set up in the corner and the Buckle Bomb drives Owens through it for a very close two. They fight into the crowd with Rollins getting the better of it by throwing a trashcan at the champ. Owens tries the powerbomb but Seth grabs the balcony wall and pulls himself up for a big dive. They make it back to ringside but a masked man shoves Rollins off the barricade. Of course it's Jericho and of course he gets a Pedigree on the floor. The Apron Powerbomb wipes Rollins out though and Owens throws him back in to retain at 23:07.

    New Day b. Cesaro/Sheamus – Small package to Cesaro
    Cedric Alexander b. Ariya Daivari – Lumbar Check
    Rusev b. Enzo Amore – Accolade
    Anderson and Gallows b. Golden Truth – Magic Killer to Goldust
    Braun Strowman b. Sami Zayn via stoppage
    Bayley/Sasha Banks b. Nia Jax/Charlotte – Bank Statement to Charlotte
    Rich Swann b. Noam Dar and TJ Perkins – Kick to Perkins' head
    Kevin Owens b. Seth Rollins – Apron powerbomb


    Date: November 22, 2016
    Location: Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    Commentators: Mauro Ranallo, John Bradshaw Layfield, David Otunga, Tom Phillips

    It's two days after Survivor Series and less than two weeks to Tables, Ladders and Chairs, meaning it's time to make up a card. Thankfully Smackdown is ready for that and has already announced a tag team turmoil match to determine who will challenge Rhyno and Heath Slater. Let's get to it.

    We open with a quick recap of Smackdown winning the men's tag match.

    Here's a banged up Shane McMahon to open things up. After a YOU STILL GOT IT chant, Shane praises Team Raw for bringing it as hard as they did. That being said, he's not happy with AJ Styles and Dean Ambrose, who couldn't keep it together for a single night. Shane is as close to serious as he can get but Dean keeps chuckling and brings out James Ellsworth, who took out Braun Strowman.

    Apparently there's a surprise for Ellsworth but Dean jumps the gun by saying James is getting a contract. So he was working freelance until then? And he had a World Title shot? Didn't Shane learn anything from the Monday Night Wars? Dean has been given the night off and Shane wants him out of the building.

    This brings out AJ Styles, who wants Dean's title shot revoked. After that goes nowhere, AJ goes to Ellsworth, who is being handed his contract. Since TLC is in two weeks, AJ needs a warmup. How about we put that contract above the ring and have a ladder match? Ellsworth actually agrees but if he wins, he wants a future title shot.

    Daniel Bryan interrupts Miz and Maryse's photo shoot and Miz is ready for Mizgiving. That's not what Daniel has in mind though as he's going to give Miz an Intercontinental Title defense against Kalisto, who was screwed out of the Cruiserweight Title on Sunday.

    After a break, Shane makes sure Dean leaves the arena.

    Intercontinental Title: Kalisto vs. Miz

    Miz is defending. Kalisto goes behind to start and backflips under a clothesline. A suicide dive sends Miz down to the floor and us to a break. Back with Kalisto still in control and hitting his springboard corkscrew crossbody for two. A slingshot sitout powerbomb is countered into a hurricanrana for two more on the champ as Miz is reeling so far. Cue Baron Corbin for a distraction though and a Skull Crushing Finale retains the title at 7:15. Not enough to rate but Miz was getting squashed until the ending.

    Corbin lays Kalisto out and Dolph Ziggler superkicks Miz to make up for last week. Good grief can we PLEASE go somewhere with Corbin vs. Kalisto but more importantly, MOVE ON FROM MIZ VS. ZIGGLER???

    Alexa Bliss comes in to see the bosses but Bryan bails to go deal with what happened. Becky Lynch walks in (“I knocked.”) and says the rematch is at TLC. Cue Natalya with the whistle and talks her way into a match with Becky. Natalya leaves so here's Dean with a pizza, much to Shane's annoyance. Becky: “I'll see you later....after I take out a PIZZA Nattie's arm!”

    Video on the Wrestlemania ticket sale party.

    Bryan gives Corbin a match with Kane.

    Tag Team Turmoil

    This is a gauntlet match with the last team standing getting the Tag Team Title shot at TLC. Ascension and the Hype Bros start things off with the Bros getting jumped from behind and beaten down on the floor. Things settle down with Ryder getting beaten down and chopped a lot. A double neckbreaker gets Ryder out of trouble though and it's a Hype Ryder for the first pin.

    Breezango is in next and we take a quick break. Back with Breezango in control and avoiding a Broski Boot. A slingshot elbow puts Ryder away and it's American Alpha in fourth. Fandango is right on top of Gable as he comes in and Chad is in early trouble. That goes nowhere as Gable rolls Breeze up for a quick elimination. It's the Vaudevillains in at #5 and they're out in less than thirty seconds off a German suplex. That leaves the Usos vs. Alpha for the title shot but the twins aren't thrilled with getting in immediately.

    We take an early break and come back with Jordan in trouble. A belly to back suplex gives Jey two and we hit the chinlock for a bit, only to have Jason pop up and make the hot tag. Gable comes in and cleans house with a snap German suplex getting two on Jey. With Jordan still down, Chad gets caught in a backbreaker/top rope knee combo for a near fall. Jason makes a blind tag and the Steiner Bulldog gets two with Jimmy making a save. Jey scores with a superkick but the Superfly Splash hits knees, setting up a small package for two. Grand Amplitude ends Jey at 21:02.

    The Wyatts pop up on screen to say they're the final team but won't face Alpha until next week.

    Ellsworth knows he's in over his head but wants to fight anyway because any man with two feet can climb a ladder. This brings in Ambrose.....who is dressed as a Mountie (not THE Mountie of course). Shane comes back in and freaks out, telling Ambrose to leave again. Dean: “Don't you want to know why I'm dressed as a Mountie?” Shane leaves before he does something he'll regret. Bryan actually asks why he's dressed like that, which Dean says is because he always gets his man. JBL: “A lunatic Rougeau Brother?”

    Becky Lynch vs. Natalya

    Alexa is on commentary. They hit the mat to start with Natalya getting the better of it as we take an early break. Back with Natalya in control with an abdominal stretch. It's almost time for the Sharpshooter but Becky reverses into the Disarm-Her for the tap out at 7:12. Again not enough to rate but it did its job just fine.

    Bliss jumps Becky post match.

    The Hype Bros shill merchandise.

    Miz wants Dolph Ziggler to be suspended but gets a title match against Ziggler at TLC in a ladder match. This is their LAST match.

    Nikki Bella accuses Carmella of attacking her at Survivor Series. Carmella suggests that it was Charlotte or Dana Brooke. See, Nikki has made a lot of enemies because she's not exactly Mother Theresa. There's going to be an anything goes match at TLC.

    Kane vs. Baron Corbin

    The masked one goes after him to start but walks into one heck of a right hand to stagger him into the corner. Corbin does his slide underneath the ropes but here's Kalisto to go after Baron for the DQ at 1:05.

    Kane chokeslams Corbin for good measure. Kalisto grabs a chair but Corbin bails before anything can happen. For some reason Corbin charges back in and takes a Van Daminator.

    AJ Styles vs. James Ellsworth

    Non-title ladder match and if AJ wins, Ellsworth is gone for good. If Ellsworth wins, he gets the contract and a future title shot. What Ellsworth, in a neck brace, doesn't get is an entrance though as AJ comes out after a break. Ellsworth is knocked out to the floor and a kick to the face makes it even worse.

    A backbreaker further damages James' bad back and AJ puts the ladder on top of him. As AJ goes up for the climb, here's Ambrose in a hockey jersey and helmet to take AJ down. The Phenomenal Forearm drops Dean but Ellsworth shoves the ladder over, sending Styles down to the floor. No Chin Music knocks AJ into the ropes and his boot is tied up in the ropes, allowing Jams to get the contract at 6:00.

    JBL does a trademark freak out to end the show.

    Miz b. Kalisto – Skull Crushing Finale
    American Alpha won Tag Team Turmoil – Grand Amplitude to Jey
    Becky Lynch b. Natalya – Disarm-Her
    Baron Corbin b. Kane via DQ when Kalisto interfered
    James Ellsworth b. AJ Styles – Ellsworth pulled down the contract


    Date: November 23, 2016
    Location: Air Canada Center, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Commentators: Tom Phillips, Corey Graves

    This is a special episode as we're past Takeover: Toronto and since there hasn't been time for a full taping, this show was filmed before Saturday's show, meaning this is again in a huge arena. Things changed a lot in Toronto as two titles changed hands, including the NXT Title. Let's get to it.

    We open with the long recap of Saturday's show.

    Opening sequence.

    Rich Swann vs. Kona Reeves

    My goodness Swann gets an amazing reaction, easily stronger than anything the cruiserweights have gotten on Raw so far. Kona is aggressive to start and gets two off a pop up Samoan drop. Swann gets whipped hard into the corner and Reeves stops for a big, evil grin. He's certainly got the facials down. The offense doesn't last long though as Rich comes right back with a running kick to the face and the standing 450....but here's Sanity for the no contest at 4:30, nearly a minute and a half of which was the team's entrance.

    Swann fights back but gets taken down by the numbers as a big EY chant breaks out. Eric Young says this generation is going to be remembered because Sanity is going to take. It's amazing how much easier it is to deal with Young when he doesn't talk much.

    Post break, No Way Jose is out to check on his partner and calls out Young for a fight right now. The rest of the team surrounds the ring and the brawl is on with no referee or bell. A right hand has Young in trouble and the rest of Sanity comes in for the beatdown.

    Video on the finals of the Dusty Classic.

    The Authors of Pain are ready for Chapter Three, which will be explained in time.

    Peyton Royce and Billie Kay recruit Daria Berenato for the six woman tag. They're ready to make the world prettier when Daria rearranges some faces.

    Video on Bobby Roode vs. Tye Dillinger.

    Tye says he might have taken a step back with the loss but the people still supported him so he'll be back.

    Long video on DIY vs. Revival. Sami Zayn vs. Shinsuke Nakamura was the clubhouse leader for match of the year but it's going to be a very, very close race. I'm not sure which is in the lead at the moment but it's a tossup at worst.

    DIY says this win is an answer to every time they've been told no.

    Video on Asuka vs. Mickie James.

    Mickie is in tears over how amazing that was and calls Asuka incredible.

    Video on Samoa Joe vs. Shinsuke Nakamura.

    Nakamura wants a rematch as soon as possible.

    Liv Morgan/Aliyah/Ember Moon vs. Peyton Royce/Billie Kay/Daria Berenato

    Aliyah is the hometown girl and Berenato is the tough boxer/fighter. Billie and Liv start things off and an early headscissors takes Kay down. Aliyah comes in and Corey wants to know what's up with people listing their area code. I'm with Graves for a change. Daria comes in and takes Aliyah down as we take an early break. Back with Aliyah still in trouble until an enziguri gets her out of trouble. Moon comes in off the hot tag and cleans house as everything breaks down. Billie kicks Moon in the face but the Aussies tell Daria to take care of the rest. As soon as Daria turns around, the Eclipse wraps things up at 8:41.

    BREAKING NEWS: Nakamura vs. Joe for the title in two weeks from Osaka, Japan.

    Rich Swann vs. Kona Reeves went to a no contest when Sanity interfered
    Liv Morgan/Aliyah/Ember Moon b. Peyton Royce/Billie Kay/Daria Berenato – Eclipse to Berenato


    Impact Wrestling
    Date: November 24, 2016
    Location: Impact Zone, Orlando, Florida
    Commentators: Josh Matthews, D'Angelo Dinero

    It's a holiday show and that means a lot of things could happen. In this case we're also going to bear witness to Matt Hardy's Ice Cream Social because this show is whatever the Hardys come up with to be all zany. As far as wrestling goes, we've got Ethan Carter III vs. Eli Drake with title shot vs. Drake being allowed to talk on the line. Let's get to it.

    We open with a recap of the DCC attacking and defeating Eddie Edwards and Jeff Hardy last week.

    Here's Jeff to open things up in the arena. Jeff says today is all about family and while he's not at home, the Creatures are still his family. As much as Jeff wants to jog Matt's memory, he needs to deal with the DCC right now. Cue the DCC on screen to say they're many, and can destroy the obsolete later tonight in a No DQ match. The unmasked men come to the ring but Jeff gets in a few shots and bails like a wise man.

    At the Hardy Compound, Senor Benjamin is reading a porn magazine and Vanguard I is drinking lemonade. Matt goes off to set up for the Ice Cream Social and Vanguard I is worried that Matt will never get his memories back.

    Andrew Everett/Trevor Lee/Marshe Rockett vs. Go For Broke vs. Rockstar Spud/Decay

    Elimination rules meaning all three have to be eliminated (And NO, this isn't TNA using a WWE idea. I need to stop being a WWE fanboy and shut up and enjoy this amazing concept!) and non-title since there isn't a title for this Team X Gold thing. Mandrews, Steve and Lee start things off with the Brit cleaning house.

    Spud comes in and gets slammed by six different people without an ejection because the rules are only enforced when it's convenient. Abyss even gets in a slam on Spud because well why not. A missile dropkick puts Abyss down but Mandrews' followup doesn't work quite so well as he crashes to the floor. Abyss hits him with a chair and that's a DQ. Oh wait it's an EJECTION instead of a DQ. Ignore the whole rules being broken because apparently DQ's have been replaced by ejections.

    Mandrews taps out to a crossface chickenwing a few seconds later and Josh goes on a limb suggesting that the team with three members is in control at the moment. Everett moonsaults onto Steve for an elimination, only to get caught in the DJZ for an elimination almost immediately thereafter. So it's DJZ/Sutter vs. Lee/Rockett vs. Spud. Sutter's Flatliner gets rid of Lee but Spud and Rockett get in an argument over who gets to beat up DJZ. Unfortunately Spud realizes he has no partners left so it's a kick to Spud's face and a Rock Bottom for the elimination. Another Flatliner gives Sutter the final pin at 8:07.

    Allie is playing with dolls and talking about Thanksgiving when Maria and Laurel Van Ness come in. They rip on Allie for being stupid and Maria says Allie will be serving them dinner on their double date. Are we just supposed to forget Allie standing up to Maria a few weeks ago?

    Matt says his food will make Robert Irvine's cooking obsolete, sending Vanguard I a shot of hope. The first guest, a referee, comes up and has some tapes to show Matt.

    It's time for Thanksgiving dinner with Allie dressed as a Pilgrim. She doesn't want Braxton Sutter to see her like this so guess who Laurel's date is (Braxton has apparently taken the fastest shower in wrestling history as he looks fine here). Laurel and Mike Bennett say what they're thankful for and Maria yells at Allie for trying to speak. Van Ness hits on Braxton and Allie finally snaps, calling Laurel a big meanie (Is there any wonder why she's the most over person on the roster?). Maria gets pied and that's about it. There was a chance for a followup there but since it's TNA, we just go to the next segment.

    Carter and Drake are ready for their main event tonight.

    Matt looks at clips of becoming World Champion and can't believe he was that violent. Reby doesn't know what to do now.

    Ethan Carter III vs. Eli Drake

    Title shot vs. being able to speak for the rest of the year. They start brawling on the floor for a bit until Carter hits a dropkick inside to take over. Drake slowly pounds away but gets clotheslined right back to the floor as we take a break. Back with Drake being sent into the steps but he snaps Ethan's throat over the top. We hit the chinlock for a bit, followed by a powerslam for two on Ethan.

    With nothing else to do, Drake grabs a microphone and talks trash while stomping away. He slaps Carter in the face a few times but gets caught in the TK3. The 1%er is countered into a torture rack neckbreaker but Carter comes right back with a frog splash for the same. Blunt Force Trauma gets two for Eli and the 1%er gets the same. The rear naked choke makes Drake tap at 16:04.

    The Hardys hypnotize Matt to fix him. Well that's underwhelming. Another snap of the hypnotist's fingers turns Matt back into his one true self, meaning the one who doesn't like wrestling.

    Al Snow/Mahabali Shera vs. Tribunal

    Snow and Baraka start things off with Basile yelling about the old man. The trapping headbutts have Snow in control and it's off to Shera for the dancing. Thankfully that doesn't last long and it's back to Snow, who gets caught in the wrong corner. That only lasts a little while as well before it's off to Shera for the Sky High and another near fall. Everything breaks down and the Snow Plow is broken up, leaving Baraka to hit Snow with a foreign object for the DQ at 6:34.

    Grado and Robbie E. are put in a turkey suit match to bring back a tradition.

    Grado vs. Robbie E.

    They slug it out to start with Grado getting the better of it off the snap jabs. A double clothesline puts both guys down as this is a little less funny than I was expecting. Robbie grabs a rollup for the pin at 2:39.

    Aiden O'Shea comes out to make Grado put on the suit and dancing ensues. Total waste of time here but at least it wasn't Al Snow and the Tribunal.

    Rosemary is ready for her cage match next week.

    Jeff Hardy vs. Bram

    Anything goes. Jeff knocks him to the floor to start and hits a dive, only to have to back off from the DCC. Back with Bram charging into boots in the corner but Storm comes in, which makes perfect sense. Well save for him waiting five minutes to interfere that is. Jeff makes another comeback but has to deal with Storm while Bram goes outside for a chair. The Whisper in the Wind gets rid of Storm and the Twisting Stunner gets two on Bram. A quick Last Call knocks Jeff into the Brighter Side of Suffering for the pin at 11:56.

    The DCC poses with the titles.

    Reby is at her wits' end with Matt but he just can't remember what's going on. Matt storms out of the house freaking out and asks the seven deities to send him a sign. He is then hit by a bolt of lightning, which turns him back into Broke Matt.

    Go For Broke b. Decay/Rockstar Spud and Marshe Rockett/Trevor Lee/Andrew Everett – Flatliner to Rockett
    Ethan Carter III b. Eli Drake – Rear naked choke
    Al Snow/Mahabali Shera b. Tribunal when Baraka used a foreign object
    Robbie E. b. Grado – Rollup
    Bram b. Jeff Hardy – Brighter Side of Suffering







    Quick Results

    Monday Night Raw
    New Day b. Cesaro/Sheamus – Small package to Cesaro
    Cedric Alexander b. Ariya Daivari – Lumbar Check
    Rusev b. Enzo Amore – Accolade
    Anderson and Gallows b. Golden Truth – Magic Killer to Goldust
    Braun Strowman b. Sami Zayn via stoppage
    Bayley/Sasha Banks b. Nia Jax/Charlotte – Bank Statement to Charlotte
    Rich Swann b. Noam Dar and TJ Perkins – Kick to Perkins' head
    Kevin Owens b. Seth Rollins – Apron powerbomb

    Miz b. Kalisto – Skull Crushing Finale
    American Alpha won Tag Team Turmoil – Grand Amplitude to Jey
    Becky Lynch b. Natalya – Disarm-Her
    Baron Corbin b. Kane via DQ when Kalisto interfered
    James Ellsworth b. AJ Styles – Ellsworth pulled down the contract

    Rich Swann vs. Kona Reeves went to a no contest when Sanity interfered
    Liv Morgan/Aliyah/Ember Moon b. Peyton Royce/Billie Kay/Daria Berenato – Eclipse to Berenato

    Impact Wrestling
    Go For Broke b. Decay/Rockstar Spud and Marshe Rockett/Trevor Lee/Andrew Everett – Flatliner to Rockett
    Ethan Carter III b. Eli Drake – Rear naked choke
    Al Snow/Mahabali Shera b. Tribunal when Baraka used a foreign object
    Robbie E. b. Grado – Rollup
    Bram b. Jeff Hardy – Brighter Side of Suffering

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