Week of 6/18/2018 - 6/24/2018

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    Monday Night Raw
    Date: June 18, 2018
    Location: Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Michigan
    Commentators: Jonathan Coachman, Michael Cole, Corey Graves

    It’s finally the night after Money in the Bank and therefore we now need to deal with the fallout of the briefcase. In this case that would be the men’s briefcase, which was won by Braun Strowman. However, we now have to wait for Brock Lesnar to grace us with his presence, which may not be until the build to Summerslam. Let’s get to it.

    We open with a recap of Nia Jax vs. Ronda Rousey with Rousey having the title won until Alexa Bliss cashed in to win the title.

    Kurt Angle is in the ring to introduce Bliss, whose title is sitting on a table. He hands her the title and announces that Nia is cashing in her rematch at Extreme Rules. Bliss thanks the fans for giving her the opportunity to rub it in our faces, which draws a WE WANT RONDA chant. It’s all about Bliss now so cue a ticked off Ronda but Angle gets in her way. Alexa laughs all of this off because everything she did was perfectly legal.

    It’s obvious that Ronda is upset because the stories were all about Bliss last night. Now, Rousey is just irrelevant. That’s enough for Rousey, who runs over Angle and hits Bliss in the back with the briefcase. She beats Angle up with it as well and takes out some referees for good measure. One heck of a powerbomb drops Bliss through a table.

    Post replays, Angle suspends Rousey for 30 days.

    Post break, Rousey promises to be back in thirty days to take care of Bliss, champion or not.

    Here’s Seth Rollins to talk about how far Elias took him last night. That’s what Seth wanted though, because it’s what it means to be the Intercontinental Champion. Let’s keep that going right now with an OPEN CHALLENGE.

    Intercontinental Title: Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler

    Ziggler is challenging and there goes some of the energy. Rollins knocks him to the floor and we take a very early break. Back with Ziggler throwing him back inside and kicking at the knee. A whip into the corner turns Seth upside down for two and we hit the chinlock. Rollins fights up….and the USA Network goes out. The feed comes back in a commercial so we eventually come back to Ziggler taking the Fameasser.

    A superkick gives Rollins two but Ziggler heads up top. Rollins catches him again and rolls through a high crossbody. The buckle bomb connects but Drew McIntyre offers a distraction, allowing Ziggler to roll him up with tights for the pin and the title at 18:26. Too much was missed by the outage but this was the same match you would expect from these two.

    Post match Rollins yells at Ziggler and gets taken out by McIntyre.

    McIntyre and Ziggler say that’s the first of many because they’re not like everyone else.

    Bobby Roode vs. Curt Hawkins

    Hawkins tries a backslide for two but gets caught in the Glorious DDT to make it 204 losses in a row at 43 seconds.

    Stills of the men’s Money in the Bank match.

    Here’s Braun Strowman to list off all the things he’s done, including playing a cello. This briefcase is the greatest though because he snatched the contract away from seven other men. Now all Brock Lesnar has to do is show up and Strowman will cash in. Cue a banged up Kevin Owens to say he wants to congratulate Strowman. That’s why he was trying to get everyone to side against Strowman: no one could stop him on their own.

    Owens talks about how they could be a team together because Sami is out injured and Strowman had to get a ten year old to team with him at Wrestlemania. Maybe they do something for each other and then later on, Owens gets a title match at the new champion? Strowman shakes his hand and then loads up the powerslam but Owens bails. That’s a good feud for Strowman until Lesnar gets back.

    Sasha Banks is upset in the back when Bayley comes in. She knows what Sasha is doing because she’s playing the ladder match over and over again in her head. Sasha admits that Bayley is right and agrees to team up to face the Riott Squad tonight. It’s a new beginning for them.

    Matt Hardy/Bray Wyatt vs. Heath Slater/Rhyno

    Non-title but hang on a second as the B Team pops up on screen, doing some rather good impressions of Matt (Axel) and Wyatt (Dallas, who can sound eerily like his brother). Dallas says screw this because they’re the B Team and can beat anyone. They turn the lantern off but can’t figure out how to leave.

    Matt and Bray are stunned so Slater and Rhyno jump them from behind. It’s a brawl to start until a Twist of Fate is blocked. Matt gets knocked into the corner but avoids a top rope right hand from Slater. The Side Effect allows the hot tag off to Bray for the running crossbody. Everything breaks down and the Kiss of Deletion ends Slater at 3:20.

    We recap Ronda snapping. That was a heck of a powerbomb.

    Baron Corbin brings a phone to Angle so he can talk to Stephanie McMahon. Angle isn’t exactly thrilled and seems ready for a long lecture.

    Back from a break with Angle still on the phone. He hears some big news and promises an announcement for tonight, but has to run something by Corbin first.

    Jinder Mahal vs. Chad Gable

    Before the match, Mahal says everyone must embrace change. If you let go of your anger, you will experience Shanti (which he talks about before his rocket push began last year). Mahal snaps at the bell and beats on Gable, who takes him down with some amateur stuff. A suplex drops Mahal on his head and a dropkick puts him on the floor. Back in and the moonsault gives Gable two but Mahal boots him in the face. The Khallas gives Mahal the pin at 2:28.

    The Riott Squad breaks stuff in the back.

    Special Olympics video.

    Sasha Banks/Bayley vs. Liv Morgan/Sarah Logan

    Morgan and Bayley start things going with Liv driving her into the corner for the early tag off to Logan. Banks tags herself in and elbows Morgan in the face, only to have Bayley tag herself right back in. A Thesz press and some right hands have Logan in trouble and the Squad is down as we take a break. Back with the hot tag bringing Sasha in as everything breaks down. The double knees in the corner have Morgan in trouble but Logan gets in a cheap shot and Morgan rolls Banks up (with trunks) for the pin at 8:02.

    Post match Bayley tries to console Sasha but gets shoved down as Banks walks away again.

    Back from a break with Sasha walking through the back and Bayley chasing after her. Banks doesn’t want to talk to her and the fight is on with Bayley being sent into a catering table.

    Here’s Angle in the ring to announce that Lesnar will be defending his title again soon. Before he can announce any details here’s Roman Reigns to interrupt. Reigns says the next challenger is right in front of him. He wants to be the champion who defends the title every single week and Angle seems to agree, but here’s Bobby Lashley to interrupt. Lashley, after fumbling the name of who he’s talking about, says he’s seen Reigns try to beat Lesnar for three years now.

    It’s time for Reigns to step aside so someone who can beat Brock beat Brock. Lashley can beat Reigns too but Angle says they both have a point. They’ll be having a multiman match at Extreme Rules for the title shot with more names being announced later. Cue the Revival of all people to say they’re tired of people demanding things all the time.

    They want a match with Reigns and Lashley right now because a win over these two great singles wrestlers will catapult their careers to the next level. So in other words, we’re building to another multiman match for a future title shot? AFTER FIVE WEEKS OF MONEY IN THE BANK BUILD??? THAT’S REALLY THE BEST THING THEY CAN COME UP WITH???

    Roman Reigns/Bobby Lashley vs. Revival

    Reigns punches Dawson in the face to start and holds Dawson in place while arguing with Lashley. Dawson has some more luck with Lashley, meaning he gets in a single kick to the ribs before a pair of spinebusters put Revival down. A quick end around lets Dawson chop block Lashley and something like the Demolition Decapitator gets two. Dawson’s chinlock doesn’t last long as Lashley fights up and brings in Reigns to clean house. Superman Punches rock both of them but Lashley tags himself in and spears Wilder for the pin at 6:22.

    Angle and Corbin run into Finn Balor, who wants to be in the #1 contenders match. Corbin laughs at him and a fight seems imminent but Owens comes in to say calm things down. Balor laughs at Owens for not realizing what’s right behind him, because Strowman is right there. Strowman says he’s here to look after Finn, and a tag match seems imminent.

    AJ Styles is on the cover of WWE2K19.

    We recap Angle’s rocky night.

    No Way Jose vs. Mojo Rawley

    Jose, with his neon green gear, punches Rawley down to start and dances. Back up and Rawley knees him in the ribs and hammers away. The chinlock doesn’t last long and Jose gets two off a flapjack. Rawley’s right hand in the corner sets up the fireman’s carry faceplant for the pin at 2:41. I could go for more of Rawley.

    Post match Mojo says it’s about staying focused, not hyped.

    Banks is leaving when Bayley comes up to her again and says she’s not done with her. Sasha drives away and Bayley throws a water bottle at the car.

    Here’s Elias with his hair down to sing about how awesome he is and ask fans to wonder what would Elias do. He wants to be in the match at Extreme Rules and says his new catchphrase a lot.

    Rollins says the loss is on him and invokes his rematch clause for next week.

    Finn Balor/Braun Strowman vs. Baron Corbin/Kevin Owens

    Owens is banged up but still able to take Balor into the corner for some kicks to the ribs to start. It’s off to Strowman though and the power begins, even with Corbin taking off his vest to make things serious. With the villains knocks to the floor, Strowman picks Balor up and throws him onto the two of them for a crash as we take a break.

    Back with Corbin holding a chinlock before handing it off to Owens for one of his own. A backbreaker just hurts Owens’ knee so Corbin comes back in to punch Balor in the ribs. Balor gets sent to the floor and tries a springboard on the way back in, only to get knocked out of the air. The Deep Six gives Corbin two and it’s back to Owens. The beating continues until Strowman comes in without a tag, splashes Corbin, and throws Balor into the corner for the tag.

    Strowman starts chasing Owens around the ring as he tends to do but this time Corbin dives off the apron to take him down. Everything breaks down and Strowman drops Corbin with a shot to the chest. The chase goes on again and this time Strowman plows through Owens to put him into the timekeeper’s area. The Coup de Grace is broken up though and the End of Days puts Balor away at 16:42.

    Dolph Ziggler b. Seth Rollins – Rollup with a handful of tights
    Bobby Roode b. Curt Hawkins – Glorious DDT
    Matt Hardy/Bray Wyatt b. Heath Slater/Rhyno – Kiss of Deletion to Slater
    Liv Morgan/Sarah Logan b. Sasha Banks/Bayley – Rollup to Banks
    Roman Reigns/Bobby Lashley b. Revival – Spear to Wilder
    Mojo Rawley b. No Way Jose – Fireman’s carry faceplant
    Baron Corbin/Kevin Owens b. Finn Balor/Braun Strowman – End of Days to Balor


    Big Cass has been released.

    Date: June 19, 2018
    Location: Huntington Center, Toledo, Ohio
    Commentators: Tom Phillips, Corey Graves, Byron Saxton

    We’re past Money in the Bank and that means it’s time to get things going towards Extreme Rules. Smackdown isn’t wasting any time in that area as we have a five man gauntlet match tonight with the winner getting a shot at AJ Styles at the pay per view. Other than that it’s hard to say what we might be having this week so let’s get to it.

    Paige welcomes us to the show and recaps Sunday. Tonight is the gauntlet match, which she explains as well.

    Here’s Carmella to get things going in the arena. Carmella talks about having self esteem issues when she was growing up because she never felt good enough. Then she started writing her own story and she saw something in herself that no one ever saw. Everyone out there needs to look in the mirror and repeat these words: Mella is MONEY! Why would someone like her ever have self confidence? She’s been moon walking and trash talking since she was a baby so everyone needs to just give up. Carmella brags about all of her accomplishments, which she has done completely on her own.

    Cue Asuka, or at least James Ellsworth in Asuka gear. Ellsworth says no one was ready for Asuka and offers some praise to Carmella, saying she’s better than several women, including Trish, Lita, Rousey, and Mother Teresa. Now it’s the real Asuka, without robe or mask, coming to the ring to take Ellsworth down. Carmella uses the distraction to deck Asuka and wrap things up. I’m so glad they brought Ellsworth back for this role when there are probably a dozen people on the roster with nothing to do.

    Billie Kay vs. Becky Lynch

    Before the match, Peyton does her Becky impression and says that she’s a loser. Becky punches her outside to start and Billie starts trying to hide, earning herself a forearm to the face. A good posting cuts Becky off though and we take a break. Back with Becky fighting out of a chinlock and getting kneed down anyway. Peyton adds in a knee to the head for two but Becky is right back up with the Bexploder. Billie misses a charge and gets knocked to the floor. A crossbody off the apron takes Royce down, leaving Billie to get caught in the Disarm-Her for the tap at 7:43.

    We look back at Shinsuke Nakamura hitting Jeff Hardy low last week.

    With his back to the camera, Hardy talks about how Nakamura lost on Sunday and goes into a medical explanation of what Kinshasa did to him last week. Nakamura’s actions made him super focused and now his eyes are open, with Jeff turning to reveal some black and white face paint, including over his eyelids. He opens his eyes to reveal nearly colorless pupils, because Jeff is weird that way.

    The announcers hype up the debut of Sanity.

    We see Sanity’s shadows in the back with Eric Young saying the chaos has arrived.

    Daniel Bryan is ready to face three of the best Smackdown has to offer and the Miz. He even asks Renee Young if he’s ready and gets her to say YES.

    Sanity vs. Usos

    Before the match, the Usos say they look like the Ultimate Warrior on Sesame Street and talk about how many things you need to be great around here. If Sanity wants to talk about chaos, welcome to the Uso Penitentiary. Sanity jumps the Usos before the match and the beatdown is on. No match.

    Shinsuke Nakamura says it wasn’t fair that he lost because the referee didn’t count in Japanese. He’s not worried about Jeff Hardy.

    Tag Team Titles: Anderson and Gallows vs. Bludgeon Brothers

    The Bludgeon Brothers are defending. Joined in progress with Rowan hammering away and superplexing Gallows for two. A splash gets the same and we hit the fists into the sides of Gallows’ head. Gallows finally stops a charge in the corner with a boot and superkicks Harper for good measure. The spinebuster gives Anderson two on Harper but a Rowan distraction sets up the swinging Boss Man Slam for two more. Gallows gets sent into the barricade and the assisted sitout powerbomb ends Anderson at 6:00.

    Daniel Bryan comes out for the main event, has a weird staredown with the Bludgeon Brothers, and goes to the ring without further incident.

    Gauntlet Match

    Five people involved and the winner gets Styles at Extreme Rules. Daniel Bryan and Big E. get things going with Bryan going straight for the knee. The surfboard with a dragon sleeper has Big E. in early trouble but he snaps off a belly to belly and Bryan is in trouble in a hurry. There’s a splash on the apron and we take a break.

    Back with Bryan missing the Swan Dive and getting caught in an over the shoulder backbreaker. Bryan fights up and hits his running clothesline, followed by the top rope hurricanrana. The running corner dropkick is blocked with a clothesline and an over the shoulder backbreaker into a regular backbreaker has Bryan in even more trouble. A Brock Lock goes on but Bryan reverses into a failed YES Lock attempt.

    The triangle choke is countered but Bryan counters the powerbomb to smash Big E.’s knee into the mat. Bryan tries to speed things up a bit so Big E. sends him to the apron for the big spear through the ropes in a major crash. Back in and Big E. goes shoulder first into the post, setting up the running knee for the pin at 11:38. Samoa Joe is in third and we take a break.

    Back again with Bryan getting chopped in the corner, followed by a snap powerslam for two. The powerbomb into the Boston crab into the STF into the Crossface keeps Bryan in trouble but a rope is grabbed. The dragon screw legwhip puts Joe down and Bryan wraps his knee around the post. Joe’s knee is fine enough for the backsplash and we take another break. We come back again with Bryan, whose chest is beet red, escaping the Koquina Clutch and sending Joe outside for the running knee from the apron.

    The missile dropkick drops Joe again and it’s time for the YES Kicks. An enziguri sends Joe into the corner but he’s smart enough to bail to the floor before the running knee. Bryan tries the baseball slide but goes right into the Koquina Clutch. Joe keeps an eye on the count but Bryan slips out and dives back in for the countout win at 28:19. Hang on though as here are the Bludgeon Brothers for the assisted powerbomb. Cue Miz for a Skull Crushing Finale to get rid of Bryan at 29:19.

    Since we’re not following any rules here and that’s not a DQ for the Brothers attacking Bryan, it’s Miz vs. Rusev for the title shot. Back from what should be the final break with Rusev kicking Miz in the head for two, sending Miz backing off. A fall away slam gets the same but Miz sends him outside for a dropkick through the ropes. We hit the chinlock for a long while until Rusev powers up. A kick to the head sets up another kick to the head for two on Miz but he’s right back up with some YES Kicks of his own. The short DDT gives Miz two more, only to have Rusev kick him down and grab the Accolade for the tap out at 44:20.

    Post match AJ comes out and stares Rusev down before dropping Aiden English to end the show.

    Becky Lynch b. Billie Kay – Disarm-Her
    Bludgeon Brothers b. Anderson and Gallows – Assisted sitout powerbomb to Anderson
    Rusev won a gauntlet match last eliminating the Miz


    Vader has passed away.

    Date: June 20, 2018
    Location: Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Illinois
    Commentators: Vic Joseph, Percy Watson, Nigel McGuinness

    It’s another slow down week as we’ll be looking at what happened this past Saturday plus the two matches taped before Takeover went on the air. Therefore it’s not going to be the most important show in the world, but after everything WWE has had going on this week, a little break sounds like just the ticket. Let’s get to it.

    In Memory of Vader.

    We get a highlight package from Takeover, with a crawler of tweets about Vader’s passing.

    Opening sequence.

    It’s always a little jarring to see the big arena for NXT.

    Dakota Kai vs. Bianca Belair

    Belair throws her around to start but takes a kick for an early two. A suplex takes Kai down for two and Belair is rather cocky about this level of dominance. With Kai not being able to fight her off, we hit an abdominal stretch to keep Belair in control. That goes nowhere so Belair tosses her down again, only to have Kai come back with some running kicks in the face. A hard forearm to the jaw takes Kai down though and the sitout torture rack faceplant finishes Kai at 6:03.

    Video on Ricochet vs. Velveteen Dream. That was awesome.

    Ricochet says he showed tonight that the spotlight belongs to him.

    Velveteen Dream says Dream Over.

    Video on Shayna Baszler vs. Nikki Cross.

    Baszler, along with two more of the Four Horsewomen, say you defeat chaos by putting it to sleep. Baszler: “And still.”

    Video on Aleister Black vs. Lars Sullivan.

    Aleister Black is too banged up to talk.

    Video on Oney Lorcan/Danny Burch vs. Undisputed Era.

    Lorcan and Burch are upset that they lost but glad that they got here.

    Long recap of Tommaso Ciampa vs. Johnny Gargano.

    EC3 isn’t sure why he wasn’t on Takeover but that won’t happen again. He goes into Regal’s office and demands to face EVERYBODY.

    War Raiders vs. The Mighty

    TM61 of course, with a better name. The Mighty, now in matching tights, jump the Raiders to start but Rowe demands that the match start anyway. Rowe cleans house and Hanson throws him into Thorn in the corner. Fallout is broken up and Miller gets two with his feet on the ropes. It’s Rowe in trouble for a bit until he runs Thorn over, allowing the hot tag off to Hanson. Everything breaks down with Hanson using the size advantage to clean house with reckless abandon. Fallout ends Miller at 4:33.

    Bianca Belair b. Dakota Kai – Sitout torture rack faceplant
    War Raiders b. The Mighty – Fallout to Miller


    Impact Wrestling
    Date: June 21, 2018
    Location: Impact Zone, Orlando, Florida
    Commentators: Don Callis, Josh Matthews

    With about a month to go before Slammiversary, the card is starting to come together. We have Moose challenging Austin Aries for the World Title and likely a match between Tommy Dreamer and Eddie Edwards for the sake of getting Dreamer on a pay per view in 2018. Other than that we also know who the X attacker was, but we don’t know anything else about him. Let’s get to it.

    We open with a recap of Moose becoming #1 contender in a rather under performing match last week. We also look at the rest of last week’s big stories, including Pentagon coming to El Hijo Del Fantasma’s rescue from OVE and Brian Cage staring Kongo Kong down.

    Tag Team Titles: Z&E vs. LAX

    LAX is challenging. It’s a brawl in the aisle to start until someone gets inside, only to have Everett flip dive over the top onto Santana to empty the ring in all of four seconds. We settle down to Everett working on Santana and elbowing him down to bring in DJZ. Everett’s legdrop gets one but Ortiz comes in for help on a backbreaker to put the champs in trouble.

    It’s time to start working on Everett’s shoulder but he flips out of a belly to back suplex. A double dropkick is enough to bring in DJZ to no reaction, even as the pace picks up. The champs hit a Blockbuster/spinebuster combo (cool) on Santana and Ortiz gets kicked in the back of the head.

    Back from a break with LAX in control and something like Poetry in Motion with a Cannonball crushing Everett. The champs are right back with a More Bang For Your Buck ripoff (even Callis says it reminds him of the Bucks) but Santana breaks up Everett’s shooting star press. The Street Sweeper gives LAX the titles back at 15:01.

    The announcers preview the rest of the night.

    Jimmy Jacobs and Kongo Kong want Brian Cage.

    Video on Fallah Bahh and KM getting together and then splitting up last week.

    Here’s KM to discuss what happened last week. KM did everything he could for Bahh and then Bahh failed him. This company needs to be renamed after KM (“KMpact Wrestling”) and Bahh needs to come out here right now and face him like a man. Cue Bahh who pulls a note out of the rolls in his skin, hands it to KM, and leaves. The note says KM is a bully who needs to grow up, with BAHH at the end of every sentence. A standby wrestler is going to face KM tonight.

    Scott Steiner vs. KM

    KM tries to jump him at the bell but gets pulled outside and whipped into the steps. They get inside with KM begging off and getting suplexed for his efforts. A hanging Downward Spiral sets up the Steiner Recliner for the tap at 2:40. Complete squash.

    The Slammiversary press conference took place earlier this week with Moose talking about being ready to take the World Title in his fifth year in wrestling. Austin Aries said he’s merging the World and Grand Championships (Didn’t that happen months ago?) and is ready to beat up Moose, who has nothing on his resume.

    We go to Boston where Eddie Edwards is trying to find his wife Alisha but can’t get into his house. Eventually he kicks the door in but finds house empty. Well save for the cameras and a mirror, where his reflection turns into Sami Callihan. A flashback montage ensues and Eddie blames Dreamer for everything.

    Calihan and OVE are ready for Pentagon and Fantasma tonight.

    Taya Valkyrie vs. Madison Rayne

    Taya pulls her down by the hair to start as we hear about Lucha Underground season four debuting. Choking on the ropes has Madison in more trouble but she comes out of the corner with a tornado DDT for the break. A cutter gets two on Taya but she’s right back with a running hip attack in the corner. Taya gives her a curb stomp for two, only to have Madison come right back with Cross Rayne (a stupid name for Cross Rhodes) for the pin at 5:33.

    Post match Madison says she didn’t come back to be an in-ring competitor but she’s going to take the chance when it comes to her. She’s been making moments for the last few weeks and this win gives her a chance to make another moment. This win gives her the chance to win the Knockouts Title for the sixth time at Slammiversary. Su Yung’s laugh is heard and Madison freaks.

    LAX is celebrating in the clubhouse when Konnan comes in. He’s proud of the team but wants to talk to King. Back from a break, Konnan thinks King had something to do with him being taken out. King denies it, but Konnan says he better be telling the truth.

    The X attacker, now named Killer Kross, talks about how why he did it. Well why not? There is only chaos in this universe so let’s shake everything up and see where it falls. He is the new beginning.

    Video on the Desi Hit Squad. I’ve heard about them for so long that I’m having issues making myself care.

    From last year’s Impact in India, we look at Sonjay Dutt winning the X-Division Title.

    OVE vs. El Hijo Del Fantasma/Pentagon Jr.

    Callihan is at ringside and the luchadors start brawling early on. Fantasma beats on Dave to start and a middle rope stomp has Dave in more trouble. One heck of a chop rocks Jake and there’s a running knee to his jaw. One sided so far and Fantasma makes it better with the suicide dive.

    Back in and things settle down, this time with Jake working on Fantasma’s leg. A half crab doesn’t get him very far and we take a break. Back with the leg work continuing with Dave cannonballing down. Fantasma scores with a pair of tilt-a-whirl backbreakers but still can’t get over for the tag to Pentagon.

    That means it’s time for more pulling on the knee with Jake putting on kind of a kneeling half crab. A neckbreaker finally gets Fantasma out of trouble and it’s off to Pentagon for the Sling Blades. Dave superkicks Jake by mistake but they’re fine enough to superplex Fantasma into a sitout powerbomb for two. Not that it matters as the Pentagon Driver is enough for the pin on Jake at 16:32.

    Post match Pentagon goes for Jake’s arm but gets hit in the face with the baseball bat. OVE goes for the mask but Fantasma grabs a chair for the save to end the show.

    LAX b. Z&E – Street Sweeper to Everett
    Scott Steiner b. KM – Steiner Recliner
    Madison Rayne b. Taya Valkyrie – Cross Rayne
    Pentagon Jr./El Hijo Del Fantasma b. OVE – Pentagon Driver to Jake







    Quick Results

    Monday Night Raw
    Dolph Ziggler b. Seth Rollins – Rollup with a handful of tights
    Bobby Roode b. Curt Hawkins – Glorious DDT
    Matt Hardy/Bray Wyatt b. Heath Slater/Rhyno – Kiss of Deletion to Slater
    Liv Morgan/Sarah Logan b. Sasha Banks/Bayley – Rollup to Banks
    Roman Reigns/Bobby Lashley b. Revival – Spear to Wilder
    Mojo Rawley b. No Way Jose – Fireman’s carry faceplant
    Baron Corbin/Kevin Owens b. Finn Balor/Braun Strowman – End of Days to Balor

    Becky Lynch b. Billie Kay – Disarm-Her
    Bludgeon Brothers b. Anderson and Gallows – Assisted sitout powerbomb to Anderson
    Rusev won a gauntlet match last eliminating the Miz

    Bianca Belair b. Dakota Kai – Sitout torture rack faceplant
    War Raiders b. The Mighty – Fallout to Miller

    Impact Wrestling
    LAX b. Z&E – Street Sweeper to Everett
    Scott Steiner b. KM – Steiner Recliner
    Madison Rayne b. Taya Valkyrie – Cross Rayne
    Pentagon Jr./El Hijo Del Fantasma b. OVE – Pentagon Driver to Jake

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