Week of 5/22/2017 - 5/28/2017

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    Monday Night Raw
    Date: May 22, 2017
    Location: Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Iowa
    Commentators: Michael Cole, Booker T., Corey Graves

    Somehow we're less than two weeks away from Extreme Rules and that means it's time to start building the pay per view card. We already have a five man main event for the #1 contendership to Brock Lesnar's Universal Title but a pay per view needs a bit more than that. Let's get to it.

    We open with a recap of the five way being announced last week.

    Here's Bray Wyatt to tell us all to stand up. The Beast is all around us and he's the only one who can protect us all from him. At Extreme Rules, four souls will fall before him. Bray lists off the four men who will fall, finishing with Roman Reigns. This may be Reigns' yard but Bray owns the world. Eh it was better when HHH said Undertaker's yard is in the middle of HHH's world. Cue Reigns who promises to win and then beat Brock Lesnar. They bicker a bit until Kurt Angle comes out to make a match right now.

    Bray Wyatt vs. Roman Reigns

    Roman starts with a shoulder block using the bad shoulder and has to fight out of Sister Abigail. A big boot sends Bray to the floor but he grabs a release Rock Bottom back inside. Bray adds the running body block but here's Samoa Joe to attack Reigns for the DQ at 4:40.

    Post match Joe chokes on both of them until Seth Rollins makes the save. Just announce the tag match already.

    Back from a break and Angle does in fact make the tag match. Rollins and Reigns leave but the Drifter comes in. Angle gives him a match with Dean Ambrose later.

    Akira Tozawa vs. Ariya Daivari

    Brian Kendrick is watching in the back and giving Tozawa some tips. They trade some shots to start with Kendrick talking about how Tozawa isn't a serious enough competitor. Tozawa comes back with a big boot and a top rope backsplash for the pin at 2:05.

    Noam Dar and Alicia Fox laugh at Sasha Banks for the loss last week but Sasha blows them off.

    Elias Samson vs. Dean Ambrose

    Non-title and Samson gives us a quick song before we're ready to go. In case that's not enough, Miz and Maryse are on commentary. Samson actually takes over to start with some elbows to the jaw, followed by a running knee to the face as we take a break. Back with Ambrose fighting out of a chinlock and cutting off the comeback with a Fujiwara armbar. Dean fights up and gets his swinging neckbreaker but a hard knee to the jaw puts him down. Ambrose comes back again but here's Miz for the DQ by attacking Samson (just a single tap to give Dean the loss) at 9:49.

    Samson saves Ambrose with the reverse swinging neckbreaker.

    Enzo Amore has been attacked.

    Here's Finn Balor for a match but first he has something to say. At Extreme Rules we have a Fatal Five Way (he said Final Five at first) but here's Paul Heyman to interrupt. Paul lists off Lesnar's potential challengers and says Brock would make them all victims. Finally we have Balor himself, who Heyman thinks is the most talented performer in WWE today. Paul wants to see them fight and Balor agrees, even though Brock isn't here tonight.

    Finn Balor vs. Karl Anderson

    Joined in progress with Balor hitting a basement dropkick and hammering on the back. Luke Gallows gets in a cheap shot from the floor and Anderson grabs a chinlock. Balor comes back with a kick to the head and another dropkick, only to get caught in a spinebuster for two. That's about it for the offense at the moment though as Balor sends him outside for a flip dive. Back in and the Sling Blade into the Coup de Grace is good for the pin at 6:19.

    Sasha Banks vs. Alicia Fox

    Rematch from last week. Banks tries an early Bank Statement but has to deal with a Noam Dar distraction, allowing Fox to kick her in the face for two. The running knees in the corner stagger Fox and the double knee drop gives Banks the pin at 2:13.

    Post match Dar yells at Banks, allowing Fox to lay her out.

    Kalisto, in what looks like a rejected Kane mask, thinks Apollo Crews is changing and even accuses him of attacking Enzo. Titus O'Neil comes in and says he's fine with an international member of the team but tonight, Crews is taking Kalisto out.

    We look back at Goldust turning on R-Truth.

    Goldust says gold is the purest mineral because its shine never fades. He's back in the director's chair and gets to decide how his next film ends. The Golden Age is back.

    Alexa Bliss says last week's attack on Bayley was just the beginning. There's no happy ending at Extreme Rules because Bayley doesn't have it in her.

    We recap Reigns putting Braun Strowman on the shelf two weeks back.

    Apollo Crews vs. Kalisto

    Crews kicks him in the face to start, followed by an enziguri for two. The Toss Powerbomb is countered into a rollup for two and a quick Salida Del Sol gives Kalisto the pin at 2:46.

    Sheamus vs. Matt Hardy

    The winner gets to pick the stipulation for the title match at Extreme Rules. Matt clotheslines him to the floor to start but Sheamus takes over in the brawling. The ten forearms set up a running knee to send Matt into the barricade. Back in and Matt avoids a charge into the corner but gets caught in a Regal Roll for two.

    We come back from a break with Sheamus fighting out of a chinlock and using a Jeff distraction to elbow Sheamus in the head. The Side Effect gets two on Sheamus and a jumping knee to the face gets the same on Matt. Sheamus knocks him to the floor but stops to kick at Jeff, allowing Matt to grab the Twist of Fate for the pin at 12:07.

    Matt makes it a cage match. I'm stunned it's not another ladder match.

    We look at the opening segment.

    Austin Aries vs. Tony Nese

    Aries starts fast with the elbow to the back but Nese comes right back with a shot to the knee. A catapult sends Aries into the ropes and he gets elbowed out of the air for good measure. Nese's suplex is reversed into a guillotine, followed by the Last Chancery to make Nese tap at 4:31.

    Neville beats Nese up and gives him the Rings of Saturn. Aries applauds him.

    Mickie James vs. Alexa Bliss

    Non-title. Mickie wastes no time and sends Bliss into the corner to start before hitting a string of forearms to the champ's face. A basement dropkick actually gets no cover but Bliss breaks up the hurricanrana out of the corner. One heck of a right hand drops Mickie though and the DDT wraps her up at 3:02.

    Post match Bliss uses the kendo stick on James, only to have Bayley run in and take it away. She doesn't swing it though as Bliss bails to the floor.

    Roman Reigns/Seth Rollins vs. Samoa Joe/Bray Wyatt

    As usual, Reigns is hated. Joe and Rollins start with Seth getting in a few jabs, only to be sent crashing to the floor as we take an early break. Back with Reigns giving Bray a Samoan drop but getting dropped by Joe. A chinlock and enziguri keep Reigns in trouble and Bray throws him outside.

    That doesn't go quite as well as Reigns sends Joe into the barricade, allowing the hot tag to Rollins. House is quickly cleaned with Seth nailing a double suicide dive, only to get caught on top. A double high crossbody takes the villains down but Reigns runs into Rollins by mistake. Rollins and Reigns get into an argument and it's the Koquina Clutch to knock Seth out at 14:58.

    Balor comes up to Angle in the back and wants to be in action next week. Angle gives him a triple threat with Joe and Wyatt. He throws in Reigns vs. Rollins as a bonus.

    Roman Reigns b. Bray Wyatt via DQ when Samoa Joe interfered
    Akira Tozawa b. Ariya Daivari – Top rope backsplash
    Elias Samson b. Dean Ambrose via DQ when Miz interfered
    Finn Balor b. Karl Anderson – Coup de Grace
    Sasha Banks b. Alicia Fox – Double knees in the corner
    Kalisto b. Apollo Crews – Salida Del Sol
    Matt Hardy b. Sheamus – Twist of Fate
    Austin Aries b. Tony Nese – Last Chancery
    Samoa Joe/Bray Wyatt b. Roman Reigns/Seth Rollins – Koquina Clutch to Rollins


    Date: May 23, 2017
    Location: Huntington Center, Toledo, Ohio
    Commentators: Tom Phillips, John Bradshaw Layfield, Byron Saxton

    Somehow we're living in Jinder Mahal's WWE, which could mean several things. First of all, we're in for a Punjabi celebration tonight, which could mean a good number of possibilities. On top of that Mahal needs a challenger, who is likely to be Randy Orton in a rematch. We're also about a month away from Money in the Bank so it could be time to set up the ladder match. Let's get to it.

    We open with a recap of the end of Backlash with Mahal winning the title.

    Mahal and the Singh Brothers arrive with a police escort and the champ having a rug laid out for him. So.....yeah he really is the new JBL, complete with his own Bashams.

    Here's Shane McMahon to open things up. He's impressed that Mahal won the title but we need to move forward. First of all, Randy Orton is cashing in his rematch contract at Money in the Bank in his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. On that same show we'll be having the Money in the Bank ladder match and it's already time to announce the five (SWEET) competitors: AJ Styles, Baron Corbin, Sami Zayn, Dolph Ziggler and.....someone other than Kevin Owens, who comes out here despite Shane saying he's not in the match.

    The actual fifth entrant is Shinsuke Nakamura but Owens isn't cool with being left out because he beat Styles at Backlash and AJ is in the field. Maybe he's not in there because Shane is jealous of Owens beating AJ when Shane couldn't do it. Shane actually agrees and makes Owens the sixth entrant. Corbin tells Owens to stop talking and promises to win. AJ says his catchphrase because this house isn't being blown down by a lone wolf. He calls Owens WWE's Eric Cartman and says he doesn't care who he has to beat.

    Sami can't say much as Corbin cuts him off and calls him the Rudy of Smackdown Live. That sounds like Corbin wants a rematch but Owens and Ziggler get in an argument before anything can happen. Dolph promises to win again but Nakamura introduces himself as Mr. Money in the Bank. Shane makes AJ/Nakamura vs. Owens/Ziggler and Zayn vs. Corbin for tonight.

    Natalya/Carmella vs. Becky Lynch/Charlotte

    Carmella headlocks Becky to start but a dropkick sends Carmella outside for a break. Back with Charlotte coming in off the hot tag and cleaning house, only to get dropped by some double teaming. Naomi dives onto Tamina and it's back to Becky for a quick Disarm-Her and the tap at 7:40.

    Sami Zayn vs. Baron Corbin

    Neither gets an entrance.....and Sami rolls him up for the pin at 21 seconds. They were on a roll for the first half and it was looking like it had serious potential but that next six seconds just fell apart. At least they fixed it in the end.

    Corbin beats the heck out of him after the match, including crushing his head against the top of the barricade with a series of elbows. Sami does a stretcher job.

    AJ thanks Nakamura for what he taught him in Japan but now they're both going after the same thing. At Money in the Bank, Nakamura is going to turn AJ's house into his playground.

    It's time for the final Fashion Files, which takes place in Shane's office (including a wanted poster, accusing the Mean Street Posse of gang activity). Breeze brings in his stuff and thinks they're fired. They even turn in their (squirt) guns and a bunch of cleaning supplies. Shane: “You do know that you're not real cops right?” Fandango: “That's what my dad tells me.” Breeze takes his pants off but Shane says they're having singles matches against the Usos tonight. They're back on the case and Fandango takes a doughnut.

    Here's the Punjabi celebration, complete with a band and dancers. Mahal says 1.3 billion people are celebrating the new champion and the Americans hate him because he's different. He's proven everyone wrong and showed that India is on the rise while America is in decline. We hear some Punjabi and fireworks go off with no one interfering to wrap it up.

    Lana is still coming.

    Jey Uso vs. Tyler Breeze

    Tyler still has his bag of stuff.....and rolls Jey up for the pin at 23 seconds after spraying him with the squirt gun. So he shot on Jey?

    Jimmy Uso vs. Fandango

    Breeze puts on a wig and gets Jey to chase him into the ring, allowing Fandango to roll Jimmy up for the pin at 44 seconds.

    Fandango: “You Usos look like you just got caught wearing white after Labor Day.” Breeze wants a rematch for the titles, which is actually on right now.

    Tag Team Titles: Usos vs. Breezango

    The Usos are defending and we're joined in progress with Fandango coming in off the hot tag. A tornado DDT/dropkick combination gets two on Jey but it's quadruple superkicks to set up the Superfly Splash, only to hit Fandango's knees. Jey gets small packaged for two and the Last Dance crushes Jimmy, only to have Jey hit the Superfly splash for the pin to retain at 2:48 shown. So to recap, the champs lose on joke finishes and then the popular act loses a short match after losing their big title shot two days ago. Yeah I'm sure this kind of booking has nothing to do with the ratings being so bad. Clearly just the NBA.

    Natalya comes in to Shane's office and demands a title shot. The rest of the Welcoming Committee, Becky and Charlotte come in with the same demands. A big argument breaks out (because that's what women do, at least in WWE's eyes) so Shane makes a fatal five way #1 contenders match for next week.

    Kevin Owens/Dolph Ziggler vs. AJ Styles/Shinsuke Nakamura

    That argument cost us AJ/Nakamura's entrances. AJ shoves Ziggler around to start before it's off to Nakamura vs. Owens, which the fans certainly seem to enjoy. Some early strikes put Owens on the floor but the threat of a Kinshasa sends him bailing to the floor. Back from an early break with Ziggler raking Nakamura's eyes across the top rope before grabbing a headscissors to keep him on the mat.

    We hit the chinlock (required in an Owens match) for a long bit until Nakamura fights up, only to be taken back down until we take a second break. Back again with Nakamura getting over for the hot tag to AJ, who immediately brings the strikes. A good series of them sends Owens to the floor but he drops AJ again and we're back to the chinlock.

    AJ fights up again and kicks his way to freedom, allowing the hot tag off to Nakamura. House is cleaned again with a series of kicks but Ziggler grabs a Fameasser for two. Everything breaks down and Ziggler saves Owens from the Styles Clash, only to eat a running knee from Nakamura. The Kinshasa ends Owens at 24:33.

    Becky Lynch/Charlotte b. Carmella/Natalya – Disarm-Her to Carmella
    Sami Zayn b. Baron Corbin – Rollup
    Tyler Breeze b. Jey Uso – Rollup
    Fandango b. Jimmy Uso – Rollup
    Usos b. Breezango – Superfly splash to Fandango
    AJ Styles/Shinsuke Nakamura b. Kevin Owens/Dolph Ziggler – Kinshasa to Owens


    Date: May 24, 2017
    Location: Allstate Arena, Chicago, Illinois
    Commentators: Percy Watson, Nigel McGuinness, Tom Phillips

    This is one of those cool down shows that was taped before Takeover started off. In other words we're in for a night of quick matches with a bunch of interviews and recaps being used to fill in the gaps. Odds are we're not going to find out any storyline development tonight but slowing things down a bit isn't always a bad thing. Let's get to it.

    As expected, we open with a long recap of Saturday's show. This makes the ending of the Women's Title match look a lot better.

    Opening sequence.

    Aleister Black vs. Curt Hawkins

    This is actually fallout from an episode of Main Event where Black beat Hawkins without much effort. Black starts fast with his backflip into the seated position and grabs a rollup for two. A hard shot to the face staggers Hawkins and Black picks him up with a boot underneath the jaw. Hawkins bails to the floor but the chase goes badly as Black Mass ends Curt at 2:50.

    Video on Saturday's ladder match with the Authors of Pain retaining and Tommaso Ciampa turning on Johnny Gargano to end the show.

    Ember Moon talks about how her career got a boost here in Chicago but it sucks sitting here watching all the action.

    Video on the Women's Title match, this time with narration.

    Video on Roderick Strong vs. Eric Young.

    Velveteen Dream vs. Robert Anthony

    The Dream is the former Patrick Clark (with the music spelling out C-L-A-R-K in the background) in something like an Exotic Adrian Street gimmick. A dropkick drops Anthony early on and we get some shouting in the corner. Dream goes up top for a spinning chop to the head as the LET'S GO JOBBER chants start up. A Rude Awakening sets up a very high top rope elbow to put Anthony away at 2:27. Dream looked good, albeit in a small dose.

    Video on the UK Title match.

    Dunne says bring on all comers because he'll do the same to them.

    Video on Roode vs. Itami with Roode retaining his title.

    Roode isn't surprise he retained and he'll decided who and when he fights again.

    Roode will have a Glorious Celebration next week.

    Wesley Blake vs. Drew McIntyre

    This was set up backstage last week. McIntyre runs him over to start and tells Blake to bring it. Blake talks some trash and gets kicked in the face, followed by an overhead belly to belly to send Blake flying. Drew's throat is snapped across the top rope and we take a break. Back with Blake working on the arm with a Kimura and a cross armbreaker.

    Drew fights right back with a clothesline and a sitout powerbomb for two. Blake sends him shoulder first into the post and grabs a quickly broken Crossface. Another comeback is countered with a Codebreaker onto the arm, only to have Drew toss him off the top. One heck of a headbutt sets up the running boot to the face to end Blake at 11:20.

    Aleister Black b. Curt Hawkins – Black Mass
    Velveteen Dream b. Robert Anthony – Top rope elbow
    Drew McIntyre b. Wesley Blake – Running boot to the face


    Impact Wrestling
    Date: May 25, 2017
    Location: Impact Zone, Orlando, Florida
    Commentators: D'Angelo Dinero, Jeremy Borash

    It's time for another triple threat match, this time with World Title implications. Tonight it's James Storm vs. Ethan Carter III vs. Magnus in a match that will likely help set up the World Title picture as we approach Slammiversary. We're about six weeks away from the pay per view, meaning it's almost time to start setting things up. Let's get to it.

    We open with a recap of last week's show, focusing on the Ultimate X match and the setup for tonight's triple threat.

    Opening sequence.

    Here's Bruce Prichard to get things going with Tyrus as his new bodyguard. Despite what Carter did to him last week, Bruce wants to get us to the most important thing around: the Impact Wrestling Heavyweight Championship. This brings out Lashley, who brags about his dominance. He doesn't care about the people in the triple threat match, which does seem to be for a shot at the title.

    Before Bruce can announce the challenger, here's Carter to say he'll win and get the title shot. Magnus comes out to say the same thing because Lashley has never beaten him. Naturally Storm is here to say he should be getting the shot. Bruce makes the match a #1 contenders match with the winner getting the shot at Slammiversary (Forget all those weeks of talking about the GFW Title being the golden ticket I guess). He'll even make it No DQ but no one can touch either of the other two before the match starts.

    Carter says he's winning tonight to fulfill his destiny.

    The announcers talk about the upcoming JB/Joseph Park vs. Josh Matthews/??? match at Slammiversary. We'll find out Matthews' partner tonight.

    KM/Kongo Kong vs. Braxton Sutter/Mahabali Shera

    Sutter and Kong get things going with JB saying we're in for a treat with Kong in the ring. JB needs to learn the definition of “treat”. Allie gets in an argument with Sienna/Laurel Van Ness as Shera can't slam Kong. He can slam KM but stops due to a Laurel distraction. Since it was just a slam, KM pops up and takes over on Shera. An elbow to the jaw keeps Shera in trouble and it's back to Kong for a headbutt (giving us quite the jiggle).

    Kong hits a belly to belly and a rolling backsplash to take us to a break. Back with Sutter getting the hot tag to clean house, including a middle rope neckbreaker for two on KM. Everything breaks down and the women get into it again, leaving Shera and KM down in the ring. Allie crossbodies both of them, followed by Kong headbutting Shera into a rollup (with trunks) for the pin at 11:30.

    The guys fight to the back with Allie being surrounded. Cue Rosemary of all people for the save, including mist to Sienna and the Red Wedding to Laurel. So the evil Rosemary is now face yet Allie still can't get a big win? That seems to be taking a few too many steps in the booking.

    GFW Tag Team Title Tournament First Round: Fallah Bahh/Mario Bokara vs. Veterans of War

    The winners get LAX in the finals because we had a four team tourament to crown a second pair of champions, assuming you don't count the titles that Bahh and Bokara bring with them. Bokara and Wilcox start things off with a toss into the corner allowing the tag off to Mayweather.

    A shot to the face gives Mayweather a little trouble and it's off to the huge Bahh. Mayweather walks into a Samoan drop, allowing Bahh to bite his own fingers for some reason. Bahh misses a charge into the post and it's off to Wilcox to clean house. A missed charge sends Bahh to the floor so Mayweather can kick him in the face. The MOAB ends Bokara at 5:08.

    Magnus is ready to win the title shot.

    Here's Matthews to make his announcement. Josh calls JB into the ring to talk about making up for all of his mistakes. Matthews loves Jim Ross, who is the greatest announcer of all time (to clarify: they're fighting over an announcer who has never and likely never will work here). He's now a Vice President of the company (Fans: “WASTE OF MONEY!”) and has to act as such. As Pope rips on how stupid this is, Josh offers a handshake but gets cut off by Joseph Park.

    We get a history of Josh lying and getting shoved down, which is enough to turn Josh back into his normal, ranting self (So the point of him being nice for two minutes was.....?). Josh goes on about how he should be the face of the Fight Network and calling all the major sporting events. He wants the match right now so here we go.

    Josh Matthews vs. Joseph Park

    The bell rings and twenty seconds later here's SCOTT STEINER of all people, despite having lost about 50lbs of muscle since he was last here. No contest of course but JB and Park's eyes bugging out are great.

    JB and Park bail as Steiner shakes the barricade and beats up a fan as Josh hits Park low, allowing Steiner to put him in the Recliner. So to recap: Josh is married to an active wrestler but the only option was to bring in Scott Steiner. What was that chant again? WASTE OF MONEY?

    Back from a break with a recap of what we just saw, because that's really the top story in this company.

    Video on Moose's reign as Grand Champion.

    Eli Drake says he isn't going to change for anyone but has to back off from Moose, who is being held back by security. Moose agrees to give him a title shot next week but Chris Adonis comes in to help on the beatdown.

    Alisha Edwards/Eddie Edwards vs. Angelina Love/Davey Richards

    It's a brawl in the aisle to start until the guys officially get things going. Davey rips at Eddie's face and shouts that Eddie made him do this. Eddie sends him outside for the suicide dive, leaving Alisha to hit one of her own on Angelina as we take a break. Back with Davey slapping on a Figure Four for a good while until Eddie fights up for some chops. Josh makes a nice mention of the Manchester attacks as Eddie gets a hot tag to Alisha, meaning it's off to the women. Alisha misses a high crossbody but comes back with a rollup for the pin at 11:48.

    Post match Davey handcuffs Eddie as Alisha is powerbombed through a table.

    Spud isn't here tonight (despite saying he would be and given that IT'S A TAPED SHOW that shouldn't be hard to avoid) but promises to be back next week. As he's talking, Spud's mom yells at him from upstairs. Spud: “KAYFABE MOM! KAYFABE!” As usual, Spud is funnier than pretty much everyone else in this promotion.

    Magnus vs. Ethan Carter III vs. James Storm

    The winner jumps past Alberto for the title shot at Slammiversary, which I'm sure will change. It's a brawl to start with Carter being sent out to the floor, leaving the other two to chop it out. The fight heads outside in a hurry with Storm taking a double suplex onto the ramp as we take a break.

    Back with Josh making fun of JB as the weapons are brought in for the first time. Storm takes a kendo stick to the back but heel miscommunication sees Magnus and Carter both take stick shots. Magnus realizes that's not a bad thing and unloads on Carter, allowing Storm to make his comeback with a clothesline.

    Some chops allow Storm to grab a chair of his own for some hard shots. Carter breaks it up and gets two off the TK3 to Storm, only to be sent to the floor. Storm's Last Call is countered into a Cloverleaf but Carter makes the save with a chair. The 1%er gets two on Magnus, followed by a Codebreaker with a chair getting the same on Carter.

    A Tower of Doom sends Storm flying but he sends Storm heads first into a chair in the corner. Magnus makes the save with a top rope elbow for two. Josh: “You know they're watching in the UK right now!” The show airs on Friday night Josh, so I doubt that's true. Storm hits a Last Call on Magnus but Carter throws him to the floor and steals the pin at 20:10.

    Kongo Kong/KM b. Braxton Sutter/Mahabali Shera – Rollup to Shera
    Veterans of War b. Fallah Bahh/Mario Bokara – MOAB to Bokara
    Josh Matthews vs. Joseph Park went to a no contest when Scott Steiner interfered
    Alisha Edwards/Eddie Edwards b. Angelina Love/Davey Richards – Rollup to Love
    Ethan Carter III b. Magnus and James Storm – Last Call to Magnus







    Quick Results

    Monday Night Raw
    Roman Reigns b. Bray Wyatt via DQ when Samoa Joe interfered
    Akira Tozawa b. Ariya Daivari – Top rope backsplash
    Elias Samson b. Dean Ambrose via DQ when Miz interfered
    Finn Balor b. Karl Anderson – Coup de Grace
    Sasha Banks b. Alicia Fox – Double knees in the corner
    Kalisto b. Apollo Crews – Salida Del Sol
    Matt Hardy b. Sheamus – Twist of Fate
    Austin Aries b. Tony Nese – Last Chancery
    Samoa Joe/Bray Wyatt b. Roman Reigns/Seth Rollins – Koquina Clutch to Rollins

    Becky Lynch/Charlotte b. Carmella/Natalya – Disarm-Her to Carmella
    Sami Zayn b. Baron Corbin – Rollup
    Tyler Breeze b. Jey Uso – Rollup
    Fandango b. Jimmy Uso – Rollup
    Usos b. Breezango – Superfly splash to Fandango
    AJ Styles/Shinsuke Nakamura b. Kevin Owens/Dolph Ziggler – Kinshasa to Owens

    Aleister Black b. Curt Hawkins – Black Mass
    Velveteen Dream b. Robert Anthony – Top rope elbow
    Drew McIntyre b. Wesley Blake – Running boot to the face

    Impact Wrestling
    Kongo Kong/KM b. Braxton Sutter/Mahabali Shera – Rollup to Shera
    Veterans of War b. Fallah Bahh/Mario Bokara – MOAB to Bokara
    Josh Matthews vs. Joseph Park went to a no contest when Scott Steiner interfered
    Alisha Edwards/Eddie Edwards b. Angelina Love/Davey Richards – Rollup to Love
    Ethan Carter III b. Magnus and James Storm – Last Call to Magnus

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