Week of 4/21/2014 - 4/27/2014 (Friday - Sunday)

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    Impact got a .85, up slightly from last week.

    Date: April 25, 2014
    Location: Giant Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania
    Commentators: Michael Cole, John Bradshaw Layfield

    Things have started to pick up for Extreme Rules with Kane attacking Daniel Bryan on Monday and Shield throwing down the gauntlet to Evolution. Other than that we have a lot of the card set or obvious as we head into whatever they're calling PPVs now. Hopefully something actually happens tonight. Let's get to it.

    Opening sequence.

    Here's Vickie Guerrero to open things up. She says the Authority has the night off and will be giving the Shield a match against eleven people tonight. We'll get to that later though because it's now time for the great debate between Paul Heyman and Zeb Colter, accompanied by their respective clients. Zeb goes first and thanks everyone for allowing this to happen but wants to talk about the night after Wrestlemania when these two men attacked him with a change of plans. He says no one knew Cesaro's name ten months ago when he came to Colter for help. Time runs out as Colter talks about everything he did for Cesaro.

    Heyman's response mainly consists of talking about Brock Lesnar breaking the Streak. He goes on about 15 times with the same statement and the crowd eats it up. Colter: “SHUT UP!” Heyman: “I can't shut up because if I do, you might not know that my client Brock Lesnar conquered the Streak at Wrestlemania.” When Paul's time is up, Colter talks about Heyman lying all the time and owing everyone money.

    Colter: “Why did you steal Cesaro?” Heyman: “Because I'm the 1 behind the 1 in 21-1 when Brock Lesnar conquered the Streak.” Heyman says Cesaro was already a Paul Heyman Guy when he won the Andre battle royal, which he repeats about 10 times as well. Colter says that's a lie and turns over his podium. This is between the two of them and Colter wants Heyman to be a man. “I'd be happy to look at you like a man but we're one man short grandpa.” The managers are about to go at it and are split up as we take a break.

    Cesaro vs. Jack Swagger

    I'm surprised this wasn't saved for the PPV. Cesaro shoves him around to start and hits a running uppercut in the corner followed by another to drop Swagger in the corner. Jack sends him out to the floor, only to have Cesaro ram him into the barricade to take over. Swagger fights out of a chinlock and grabs a belly to belly suplex followed by a double arm trap. Cesaro easily powers up and hits a spinning springboard European uppercut to wake up the crowd a little bit.

    Jack will have none of that and slams Cesaro down, setting up the Vader Bomb for two. Both guys fall out to the floor and we take a break. Back with Swagger trying to run the corner but getting knocked down for a top rope European uppercut and two. Jack comes right back and tries the Vader Bomb but has to settle for the Patriot Lock when Cesaro raises a boot. Cesaro is quickly out but gets caught in a slam for two. A tiger bomb puts Swagger down and the fans want the Swing. They get what they want and the Neutralizer is good for the pin on Swagger at 8:44 shown of 12:14.

    Post match we have....Shield? Cesaro leaves as the trio circles the fallen Swagger and the beatdown is on. Swagger takes the Triple Bomb and Ambrose says HHH told them to adapt or perish. Apparently Jack Swagger failed to evolve. Reigns says they're just getting started.

    We look at Bryan being taken out of the arena on Monday. Cole says Bryan had a neck contusion and is already getting better. Bryan will be on Raw Monday.

    The same video about Paige from Raw is shown again.

    Tamina Snuka vs. Natalya

    Natalya easily takes her down into a leg lock to start and hits a bad looking dropkick. Tamina comes back with a kick to the chest to knock Nattie outside and an elbow to the back gets two. The Samoan drop gets a big pop but Natalya rolls away before the splash. Tamina kicks away from a Sharpshooter but gets caught by a discus lariat for two. Natalya springs up from the mat and gets kicked in the throat for the pin at 4:05.

    We recap Evolution vs. Shield.

    Shield lays out 3MB in the back.

    Vickie is on the phone with presumably HHH and is told to take the night off to be replaced by Brad Maddox.

    Curtis Axel vs. Jey Uso

    Nothing wrong with the singles matches to set up the Tag Team Title match. A quick elbow drops Jey but Axel gets caught in an early chinlock. Curtis shoves him throat first into the ropes and hits a running knee to the face to knock Jey into the corner. Axel drops a running elbow for two but misses a charge into the corner. Jey comes back with some quick strikes until Axel rams him face first into the buckle a few times. The neckbreaker into a cutter is good for the pin on Jey at 3:40.

    Video on the Saudi Arabia trip.

    Bolieve video.

    Here are the Wyatts with something to say. The spotlight shows a cage around the ring and Bray starts talking about how love determines the power you have. Love is a wildfire with beautiful flames and a fine wine that brings warmth to those who drink it. You have to live it and feel it to know it's real. Cena needs to get the people to love him so they'll do anything for him and that's exactly what he's done.

    Now he's lost their love though and Bray loves his style. On Monday Cena's people put him in a three on one handicap match like a piece of meat being thrown to the wolves. Bray's words are razor blades and they're working just like he planned for them to. He and Cena have a date with destiny at Extreme Rules and the cage will define their world.

    All the blood, sweat and tears Cena has shed to fight for the people has led them here, trapped in a box like a rat with a snake. Bray lays on the middle rope and says Cena's nightmares have become Bray's dreams come true. One by one the fans will all follow Wyatt, who says he can see them from the top of the cage. Bray starts singing and the fans join in to complete the awesome segment.

    Wyatt Family vs. Cody Rhodes/Goldust

    Cody starts by dropkicking Luke's leg out before it's off to Goldust to hammer on Rowan. A bulldog drops Erick again and it's back to Cody as the brothers start working on the arm. Rowan slams him into the mat and Bray gets on the mic to ask if the fans are impressed by what they see. Harper catapults Cody's throat into the middle rope before it's back to Rowan to crank on the neck.

    Bray is yelling at the fans as Harper puts Cody in the Gator Roll. Rhodes finally fights up and hits the Disaster Kick to bring in Goldust off the hot tag. Goldust dives on both Wyatts as everything breaks down. Harper rolls Goldie up for two but gets caught in a powerslam for another two. Cody goes up top but Luke sends Goldust into the corner to knock Cody to the floor. The discus lariat is good for the pin on Goldust at 5:07.

    Shield takes out Brad Maddox.

    Santino Marella/Emma vs. Fandango/Layla

    No match as Shield jumps Fandango and gives him the Triple Bomb off the stage through some tables. That should write him off TV for awhile.

    Adam Rose is coming.

    We look at Bryan getting injured on Monday.

    Shield vs. Alberto Del Rio/Ryback/Titus O'Neal/Damien Sandow/Bad News Barrett

    Axel has been attacked in the back as well so it's 5-3. Ryback takes Rollins down with a headlock but a dropkick puts Ryback down, allowing Shield to start making their fast tags. Ryback catches Rollins diving off the top for a slam and it's off to Titus for more power. He misses an elbow drop though and it's off to Ambrose for some knees to the face. Reigns gets two off a clothesline before Dean comes in again. Titus drives him into the corner as the announcers actually hype up the PPV six man. Everything breaks down for a few seconds and Shield clears the ring as we take a break.

    Back with Barrett putting Ambrose in a chinlock before getting two off a big boot. Del Rio comes in for a quickly broken chinlock followed by the enziguri for two. Dean is sent to the floor before being thrown back in so Ryback can splash him for two. We hit another chinlock followed by a spinebuster for two as Rollins makes the save. Dean avoids a charge in the corner and makes the tag to Reigns to clean house.

    Everything breaks down with the Shield in control and Reigns hitting the running boot to the apron on Sandow. Del Rio and Barrett look to charge Roman but Rollins gets on the apron and they bail. Rollins dives on Ryback and both he and Ambrose dive on Titus and Sandow. Reigns nails the Superman Punch to Del Rio on the stage and it's Sandow being sent back into the ring. A dropkick from Ambrose sets up the spear for the pin at 10:20 shown of 13:50.

    Titus and Ryback get speared as well and the latter takes the Triple Bomb to end the show.

    Cesaro b. Jack Swagger – Neutralizer
    Tamina Snuka b. Natalya – Superkick
    Curtis Axel b. Jey Uso – Neckbreaker into a cutter
    Wyatt Family b. Cody Rhodes/Goldust – Discus lariat to Goldust
    Shield b. Ryback/Alberto Del Rio/Titus O'Neal/Bad News Barrett/Damien Sandow – Spear to Sandow




    Sacrifice 2014
    Date: April 27, 2014
    Location: Impact Zone, Orlando, Florida
    Commentators: Mike Tenay, Taz

    This is one of TNA's rare PPVs and it's actually coming on the heels of another. That being said, there's not a ton of interesting stuff happening in TNA at the moment. The big stories are Bully Ray vs. Bobby Roode in a tables match and Eric Young vs. Magnus II for the World Title, which isn't doing much for me as a main event feud. Let's get to it.

    The opening video is narrated by Eric Young and talks about how Eric isn't the typical champion and how he's doing all of this for the people. Magnus says he's above Eric and the people and was born to be a champion. TNA actually claiming this isn't taken from Daniel Bryan makes me chuckle.

    Tag Team Titles: Bro Mans/Zema Ion vs. Wolves

    It's three on two with the Bro Mans/Zema defending. They've cheated time after time to keep the titles using help from whichever member wasn't in the match at the time so tonight everyone is in the match at the same time. Before the match Eddie gets on the mic and asks Christy to read something. It's a note from MVP saying this is now No DQ.

    The Wolves clean house to start and low bridge the champions to the floor before LAUNCHING Ion over the top to the floor. Stereo dives take the Bro Mans out again before the Wolves take turns mauling Zema with whatever painful looking strikes they can think of. Ion finally gets in a shot with his laptop to put Eddie down and the champions take over. Davey is dropped throat first onto the barricade as we finally get down to one on one.

    Jesse gets two on Edwards off a powerslam before Robbie comes in to choke with some tape. Off to Ion who gets slapped in the face but comes back with a hard elbow to keep Eddie in trouble. Back to Robbie for a chinlock before the champions start double teaming Edwards. A nice dropkick from Jesse gets two but he gets caught in a belly to back suplex. The numbers game keeps the champions in control though as Ion pulls Richards off the apron and prevents a tag.

    Back in and Eddie takes both Bro Mans down with a double hurricanrana before the hot tag brings in Richards. Davey cleans house and throws Robbie into Zema for a front facelock (as in Ion has Robbie in the hold) before dropkicking Ion down, forcing him to DDT Robbie at the same time. That was so contrived looking I can't begin to comprehend it. The Wolves dominate the champions and hit the double double stomp on Jesse for the pin and the titles at 10:15. Tenay's reaction is as unemotional as I have ever heard for a title change.

    Samuel Shaw says he's a perfectly normal man and will send Anderson to the mental institution tonight.

    We recap Samuel Shaw vs. Mr. Anderson. Basically Shaw is nuts and stalked Christy Hemme so Anderson is fighting for her. Shaw's mom is named Christy and is straight out of a horror movie, offering everyone pie and acting like her son is perfectly normal.

    Mr. Anderson vs. Samuel Shaw

    Commitment Match, meaning you have to take your opponent outside and put him in a van to win and the loser goes to a mental institution. Shaw runs away from Anderson to start and Christy is at ringside. After hiding behind Christy, Shaw is sent into the post, apron and barricade to give Anderson the early advantage. They head inside with Shaw nailing Anderson in the ribs with a shoulder but missing a charge and falling back to the floor.

    Shaw grabs the standing choke on the floor and puts him out in a few moments but now has to drag him to the back. Instead he drags Christy inside and says she's coming with him whether she likes it or not. Christy slaps him in the face but Shaw seems to like it. The distraction lets Anderson get back up and nail a clothesline and neckbreaker to send Shaw crawling up the aisle. Anderson says no no no and sends him into the barricade before kicking Samuel in the face.

    A Mic Check off the stage is countered with some elbows but Anderson hits the rolling fireman's carry instead. He says Shaw is going for a little ride but first it's a chair to Shaw's ribs and back. Anderson whips him into the barricade again and they head into the interview area.

    They find JB and Anderson makes him interview Shaw while holding him in a headlock. Shaw is put on a cart and wheeled into some metal boxes as they find the van. The distraction of opening the doors lets Samuel get in a few cheap shots as Christy comes in. She distracts him before hitting Shaw low and there's a Mic Check to send Shaw into the van for the win at 10:30.

    Ethan Carter says he didn't do anything wrong by beating Kurt Angle because it was all about making a name for himself. Angle has been in the ring with a bunch of legends and won a bunch of titles, but there's one man that Angle will never ever (repeat about 15 times) and that's Ethan Carter. Spud doesn't like Willow either.

    Rockstar Spud/Ethan Carter III vs. Willow/Kurt Angle

    Carter hides in the ropes to avoid Kurt to start before quickly tagging in Spud. Angle just stares as Spud tries to get fired up before threatening to knock Spud all the way back to England. Back to Carter as we're over a minute and a half in with no contact. Ethan bails to the floor as the stalling continues. Back in and Angle tries an ankle lock but Carter dives over to tag Spud in. The Englishman goes outside too as we've had about 15 seconds of action in three minutes.

    Willow gets the tag and dives onto both guys who fail to catch him, allowing Willow to crash onto the floor. He was holding the umbrella at the time so the fans chant Mary Poppins. Angle misses a charge into the steps and Willow has to take both heels down with a Whisper in the Wind back inside. Carter gets in a cheap shot though and Spud hammers away to take over. A snap suplex gets two on Willow as Angle is still down on the floor. I'd guess he's still hurt given how much he's been laying around.

    The double teaming continues until Angle sneaks in for some rolling Germans on Carter. There's the ankle lock but Spud tries to make the save with a sleeper. That goes about as well as you would expect and it's an ankle lock on Spud until Carter chop blocks Kurt down. Willow breaks up a leg lock and cleans house until Spud is left alone in the ring against both good guys. Twist of Fate into the Angle Slam into the Swanton is good for the pin at 9:05.

    Eric Young loves when the fans cheer for him and he's not losing the title because it makes him feel too good.

    Knux and his girlfriend are coming back to TNA. She says he'll get all the rebel he can handle, which I think is her name. Knux says there will be two other people joining them: Crazy Steve and the Freak. Rebel isn't pleased.

    Video on Sanada winning the X Title and how important it is in Japan.

    X-Division Title: Sanada vs. Tigre Uno

    This is the third match in a best of three series for the title. Feeling out process to start and they trade some near falls until it's a standoff. A hurricanrana puts Tigre down to the floor for a breather before Sanada catches him in a rolling cradle for two. Tigre comes back with a rollup of his own and a kick gets the same. A freaky looking neck lock (think a headscissors on the mat with Tigre cranking on the arm) has Sanada in trouble but he quickly counters into a dragon sleeper.

    Tigre escapes again and tries a springboard but gets dropkicked out of the air in a nice counter. Back up and a Jericho springboard dropkick sends Sanada out to the floor. A sloppy flip dive takes out Sanada again but he's able to get his knees up to block a moonsault back inside.

    Sanada hits a pair of springboard chops to the head drops Tigre but he comes back with a release suplex to send Sanada into the ropes. The challenger goes up top but gets pulled down with a top rope hurricanrana. Sanada misses his top rope moonsault and Tigre escapes the dragon suplex. A cradle DDT puts Sanada down again but he avoids a Phoenix Splash, setting up the moonsault to retain the title at 9:40.

    James Storm promises to cut Gunner down to size.

    We recap the I Quit match. Storm and Gunner randomly teamed up just under a year ago before turning on each other after losing the titles to the Bro Mans. This is I believe their fourth gimmick match of the feud.

    James Storm vs. Gunner

    I quit match. They slug it out to start with Storm getting the better of it and knocking Gunner out to the floor. Storm whips him into the barricade hard enough to knock it over on top of Gunner. They fight over the steps with Gunner taking over with a hard clothesline. Gunner throws him back inside and finds a trashcan filled with toys. Storm kicks the ropes low into Gunner as they come back inside before an Elevated Stunner (think Orton) but Gunner won't quit.

    A pair of chair shots still won't make Gunner quit and a cookie sheet still doesn't do the trick. Storm chokes away in the corner until Guner FINALLY comes back with a running knee to the face to take over. It's time for the first weapon from Gunner as he grabs a trashcan lid and blasts Storm in the head over and over. Storm finally gets one of his own for a duel but Gunner keeps control.

    Gunner nails a swan dive but this time it's Storm that won't quit. Instead Gunner tries a charge but goes hard into the post to change control again. Storm sends him into the post one more time and plants Gunner with an Elevated DDT on the floor. Naturally Gunner isn't ready to quit yet and Storm is getting frustrated.

    Storm finds the beer bottle and blasts Gunner in the head to cut him open but of course Gunner won't quit. Off to a Boston crab of all things but Gunner is quickly in the ropes. Some belt shots to the back have Gunner in trouble and there's the Last Call to put him down again. He still won't quit though so Storm just rips at the cut to draw more blood. Gunner rams his own head into the buckle and screams NEVER before hitting three straight F5s.

    With nothing else to do, Gunner sets up the two chairs in the ring and bridges the barricade across it. A HUGE superplex puts Storm through the steel and both guys are almost done. Gunner picks up a piece of the beer bottle and drives it into Storm's head to make him quit at 19:04.

    Angelina Love says Madison Rayne is a charity case and tonight she'll win her sixth Knockout Title.

    Knockouts Title: Angelina Love vs. Madison Rayne

    Madison is defending and quickly knocks Angelina out to the floor with a shoulder. Angelina has a meeting with Velvet Sky and comes back in for a headlock and shoulder of her own. Madison takes her down with a nice trip but can't use the headscissors face slam into the mat. Instead it's a baseball slide to send Love back to the floor but she sends a following Rayne face first into the apron.

    Back inside and the Beautiful People take turns choking on the ropes and in the corner to little avail. Madison gets a quick sunset flip for two but gets sent to the floor where she beats on Velvet a bit. Back in and the challenger puts on a figure four with her legs in a nice touch. An enziguri puts Love down again though and now the face slam works.

    Velvet tries to help her friend but the champ dives on both of them in an awesome visual. They head inside again and it's the Rayne Drop for two. Angelina's Botox Injection (Brogue Kick) gets the same and the fit is thrown. Madison comes back with a spear but Velvet sprays her in the eyes with hairspray, allowing Love to roll Rayne up with a handful of tights for the pin and the title at 8:15.

    Bully Ray starts a tables chant and promises to put Bobby Roode through the wood.

    We recap Ray vs. Roode, which is fallout from Lockdown where Ray turned on Roode and cost his team the main event. They've put each other through tables ever since, setting up this tables match.

    Bully Ray vs. Bobby Roode

    Tables match. They slug it out to start with the Bully getting the advantage and nailing a nice backdrop. A side slam has Roode in trouble and Bobby is bleeding from the lip. The Flip Flop and Fly has Roode down again and it's already table time. Ray takes too much time though and Roode gets in a shot to take over. Bobby knocks him off the apron but can't drive Ray through a table.

    Back in and Ray hits a dropkick of all things but takes too much time getting a table, allowing Roode to come back with a nice neckbreaker. Bobby sets up a table in the corner and they fight over a suplex with neither guy being able to pull it off. With that not working, Bobby shoves him into the corner and yells a lot before kicking Ray in the chest. He loads up Ray's powerbomb but gets backdropped down for his efforts.

    Roode snaps Ray's throat across the top rope but Bully chops the skin off Bobby's chest back inside. Neither guy can hit a powerbomb through the tables and there goes the referee. Of course now Ray is able to powerbomb Roode through the table with no one seeing it but the fans.

    Ray goes to get another table but takes too long, allowing Roode to hit a spinebuster. The Roode Bomb through the table doesn't work so Bobby goes up, only to dive into the cutter. Ray puts Roode on two tables at ringside before going up top, only to have Dixie Carter in a beard (seriously) appear and shove him through the tables to give Roode the win at 13:55.

    Magnus says that he'll show Eric Young what a wrestling champion is tonight. He has no backup so he can prove his biggest criticism wrong. Magnus: “You can call me Wreck-It Ralph because there's no one I'd rather be than me.”

    We recap Magnus vs. Eric Young. Eric won a gauntlet match for a shot at the title later in the night where he won the belt in a shocker. Tonight is Magnus' rematch which is basically people's champion vs. man destined to be a champion. This gets a music video treatment which is basically a career retrospective for Young.

    TNA World Title: Magnus vs. Eric Young

    We get the big match intros and Eric is defending. The fans of course chant USA for the Canadian champion. Magnus gets in Young's face to start and shoves him into the corner as we get a SUPER ERIC chant. Young comes back and takes the Brit down before walking over his spine. Back up and they trade headlocks until Magnus cranks on both of Eric's arms with a knee in the back. Eric rolls out with ease and Magnus heads outside to think about it.

    The champ hits a nice plancha to take Magnus down and the fans chant EY. It's so nice that we look at it again and the background is missing, so instead of a graphic in the back it's the same video that is on the mini screen in the replay. Eric dives off the apron into a belly to belly (replay again and this one works) to give Magnus control. Back in and we hit the chinlock on Young followed by a knee that might have been low.

    Eric tries to fight back but gets caught in a drop toehold into a camel clutch. We get a light dueling “Let's Go EY/EY Sucks” chant as Eric fights up and they both hit cross bodies. That works so well that they do it again with clotheslines and both guys are down. Eric wins a slugout and scores with a flying forearm followed by a clothesline. Magnus escapes the piledriver but gets caught in a nice belly to belly. The champion misses a moonsault and gets slammed down, setting up Magnus' top rope elbow for two.

    A wheelbarrow suplex into a neckbreaker puts Magnus down and it's Eric's elbow connecting for a near fall. Young still can't get the piledriver as Magnus counters into a Kingsland Cloverleaf. A rope is quickly grabbed though and it's Eric putting on a horrible looking Scorpion until Magnus makes the ropes even faster than Eric did. Magnus nails him with a right hand on top and a slam down gets two more. The referee stops Magnus from bringing in a hammer, allowing Eric to connect with the piledriver for an even closer near fall. There's a second piledriver and the elbow to retain the title at 15:44.

    Wolves b. Bro Mans/Zema Ion – Double stomp to Godderz
    Mr. Anderson b. Samuel Shaw – Anderson threw Shaw into the van
    Willow/Kurt Angle b. Ethan Carter III/Rockstar Spud -
    Sanada b. Tigre Uno – Moonsault
    Gunner b. James Storm – Storm quit after being cut with a beer bottle
    Angelina Love b. Madison Rayne – Rollup with a handful of tights
    Bobby Roode b. Bully Ray – Dixie Carter shoved Ray through two tables
    Eric Young b. Magnus – Top rope elbow

    Quick Results

    Monday Night Raw
    Bad News Barrett b. Sheamus – Bull Hammer
    Los Matadores/El Torito b. 3MB – Double belly to back suplex/Top rope seated senton to McIntyre
    Usos b. Cody Rhodes/Goldust – Superkick to Rhodes
    Emma b. Layla – Cobra
    Rob Van Dam b. Cesaro via countout
    Alexander Rusev b. Sin Cara – Accolade
    Paige b. Aksana – Scorpion Cross Lock
    John Cena b. Wyatt Family via DQ when all three members were in the ring at the same time

    Alexander Rusev b. Travis Tyler – Accolade
    BFFs b. Paige/Emma – Flipping faceplant to Paige
    Tyson Kidd b. Mason Ryan – Blockbuster
    Tyler Breeze b. Angelo Dawkins – Beauty Shot
    Usos/Sami Zayn b. Corey Graves/Ascension – Superfly Splash to Graves

    Impact Wrestling
    Kurt Angle b. Rockstar Spud – Ankle lock
    Bobby Lashley b. Kenny King via countout
    MVP b. Austin Aries – Drive By
    Bobby Roode/James Storm b. Gunner/Bully Ray – Last Call to Gunner
    Beautiful People b. Madison Rayne/Gail Kim – Rollup to Rayne
    Abyss b. Magnus via DQ when Magnus kicked Abyss low

    Cesaro b. Jack Swagger – Neutralizer
    Tamina Snuka b. Natalya – Superkick
    Curtis Axel b. Jey Uso – Neckbreaker into a cutter
    Wyatt Family b. Cody Rhodes/Goldust – Discus lariat to Goldust
    Shield b. Ryback/Alberto Del Rio/Titus O'Neal/Bad News Barrett/Damien Sandow – Spear to Sandow

    Sacrifice 2014
    Wolves b. Bro Mans/Zema Ion – Double stomp to Godderz
    Mr. Anderson b. Samuel Shaw – Anderson threw Shaw into the van
    Willow/Kurt Angle b. Ethan Carter III/Rockstar Spud -
    Sanada b. Tigre Uno – Moonsault
    Gunner b. James Storm – Storm quit after being cut with a beer bottle
    Angelina Love b. Madison Rayne – Rollup with a handful of tights
    Bobby Roode b. Bully Ray – Dixie Carter shoved Ray through two tables
    Eric Young b. Magnus – Top rope elbow

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