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Following Monday’s WWE RAW, the top of the WrestleMania card is taking shape. The WWE Championship match was set at Fastlane and now The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar both have opponents locked in:
WWE Championship Match
Triple H vs. Roman Reigns
Hell in a Cell for Control of WWE
Shane McMahon vs. The Undertaker
No Holds Barred Street Fight
Brock Lesnar vs. Dean Ambrose
Other matches rumored for the card include:
  • Kevin Owens vs. AJ Styles for the IC title
  • Charlotte defending the Divas title
  • Stardust vs. Stephen Amell
  • Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal
WrestleMania 32 takes place on Sunday, April 3rd from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

There has been a lot of speculation regarding who Brock Lesnar will be wrestling at WrestleMania 32. There was some talk of having Lesnar wrestle Bray Wyatt at the event, but those plans have changed.
Dave Meltzer noted on the latest episode of Wrestling Observer Radio that WWE is planning to have Brock Lesnar wrestle Dean Ambrose at WrestleMania 32.

 WrestleMania 32 will take place on April 3, 2016, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. It will be the third WWE pay-per-view of 2016 will air on the WWE Network and some traditional pay-per-view outlets.

Brock Lesnar will be a participant in the 2016 Royal Rumble match according to recent television advertising. Lesnar has pretty much been confirmed for the Royal Rumble event for a while now, but nothing has been mentioned about him entering the 30-man battle royal match until recent advertising.
Lesnar is set to return to WWE on this Monday's Raw and will likely officially announce his participation for the match.
The following are also confirmed for the Royal Rumble match; WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho, Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, Luke Harper, Braun Strowman, Big Show, Dolph Ziggler, Ryback and Curtis Axel.

Former WWE writer Court Bauer revealed on this week's MLW Radio, that Brock Lesnar vs. Kevin Owens is being discussed for WrestleMania 32. 
The card for next year's WrestleMania remains largely unknown due to recent injuries which has forced WWE to return to the drawing board with many of the big plans.
Kevin Owens recently appeared on the “Like Father Like Son“ podcast with Jeramie McPeek of the Phoenix Suns and noted that he would like to go against Lesnar at Mania:
“I’ve answered this question a couple of times and my answer is always Brock Lesnar, because I’d just love to be in the ring with him and see what it’s like. There’s nobody quite like Brock Lesnar, as far as pure strength and viciousness and everything. I’d love to see if I could hang with him and see how much I could hurt him.
It's worth noting that while this may be a match under consideration it is by no means confirmed as plans for WrestleMania are constantly changing. 
Listen to the latest episode of MLW Radio here.

WWE MSG Results (October 3, 2015)
After a lengthy kickoff show pre-show on the WWE Network, the opening video rolls for tonight’s WWE Network special from MSG. From there, we head to the ring.
Sheamus & Rusev vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Randy Orton
The WWE Network live special from Madison Square Garden kicks off with Mr. Money jn the Bank himself, Sheamus making his way to the ring carrying the MITB briefcase. Out next Rusev makes his way to the ring accompanied by Summer Rae. Rusev proudly waves his flag. Dolph Ziggler comes out next, walking down the ramp and making his way to the ring. Finally, out comes Randy Orton. Tag-team action opens up tonight’s show.
Sheamus catches Ziggler in a chokehold. Ziggler makes his way back to his feet and get back in the match, misses with a drop kick.
Sheamus makes the tag to Rusev. Attempting the pin right into the match, Rusev overpowers Ziggler. Ziggler goes for another dropkick, instead is thrown into the turnbuckle.
Sheamus in the ring with Ziggler. Several stomps to the face of Ziggler. Rusev tagged back in, continuing to attack Ziggler who is trying to make his way to his feet. Ziggler desperately trying to find an opening, Rusev thrown once again into the turnbuckle followed by a body slam.
Once again Ziggler trying to make his way to his feet as Sheamus is tagged back in. Sheamus tags Rusov back in after a slam to the mat, Ziggler makes the taag to Orton. Orton comes in strong with a big clothesline. Orton follows up with a DDT on Sheamus. Rusev tries to sneak back into the ring.
Sheamus takes advantage and gets the upperhand on Orton. Ziggler sneaks in and slams Sheamus where Orton gets the three count for the win.
Winners: Dolph Ziggler & Randy Orton
After The Match: Rusev Attacks Again
After the finish, Rusev lost control again and starting berating Sheamus for causing him to lose. Finally Shemus loses it and Brogue Kicks him. Summer attends to Rusev as Sheamus walks off after a quick “Kiss Me Arse” joke.
Kane Video Package and Backstage Interview
They roll the prematch video package for the return of Kane. After the video package, Kane is interviewed backstage while on crutches. Kane explains he is back for one thing and one thing only, Seth Rollins.
Stardust vs Neville
Out first is Stardust as his music sounds in the arena and he makes his way to the ring. Neville out next as smoke fills the stage and he makes his way to the ring.
Bell rings and the match begins. Stardust showing off and doing cartwheels early in the fight, yelling to the crowd. Both men moving fast and agile. Neville stands on the outside of the rope grabbing hold of Stardust’s neck. Stardust is able to make his way out of the hold and begins to stomp Neville.
Stardust gets a clothesline on Neville. Once again, Stardust gets a chokehold on Neville, who is trying to make his way back to his feet. A strong right to make his way out of the hold, Stardust retaliates and throws knees at Neville, once again getting him in a chokehold.
Neville makes his way back to his feet, Stardust knocks him to the mat once again. Stardust pulls Neville back to his feet, only to catch a sting from Neville. Neville with a series of kicks, Stardust jumps out of the ring only to catch another kick and a springboard moonsault. Neville throws Stardust back into the ring.
Stardust tries to get the pin, but Neville kicks out at two. Stardust goes back for Neville’s cape once again and actually puts it on and begins running around the ring laughing in a victory lap as Neville lays near lifeless on the mat. Neville gets another good kick to the chin as Neville gets to the top rope once again. Neville with the red arrow and three count for the win.
Winner: Neville
Backstage: Paul Heyman Interview
Paul Heyman is being interviewed backstage and in normal fashion, Heyman is killing it as usual. He goes in depth into tonight’s main event featuring his client, Brock Lesnar.
Six-Divas Match
– Charlotte (c) & Paige & Becky Lynch vs. Nikki Bella & Brie Bella & Alicia Fox vs. Sasha Banks & Tamina & Naomi
From there, we head back inside Madison Square Garden as the Divas Revolution continues at MSG on the WWE Network. Nikki Bella, Brie Bella, and Alicia Fox are out first, followed by Paige, then Eden, and last Becky Lynch. The bell rings and the match is underway with these eager Divas.
Alicia and Becky begin the match with some trash talking coming from either side.
Nikki comes in and works Becky over as there’s also tension between Paige and Charlotte. Becky gets double suplexed by Nikki and Alicia for a 2 count. Alicia with a knee to the back now as Charlotte tries to rally. Fox slams Becky by her hair and in comes Brie for some double teaming and a 2 count. Nikki comes in and nails Charlotte on the apron.
Charlotte comes in but the referee backs her out. Nikki is distracted and Becky rolls her up for 2 count. Charlotte tags in and unloads on Nikki with chops. Charlotte with a neckbreaker and a spear for a big pop. Nikki hits the Rack Attack for the win.
Winners: Team Bella
After the Match
Paige grabs the mic and begins complaining her team left her high and dry as she’s crying into the mic. Paige throws the mic down and limps up the ramp.
WWE Intercontinental Championship
Jericho vs. Kevin Owens
The arena goes dark as Chris Jericho’s music blares and he makes his way down the ramp and into the ring. Jericho grabs the mic and welcomes everyone to this ppv event.
“This is the 25th anniversary of Chris Jericho in this business, here tonight. Oct. 3, 1990 in Alberta, CA.” The crowd begins to cheer. Jericho makes a point of starting in the smallest arena in Canada, whereas now he’s in the biggest arena in US.
Jericho continues to pump up the crowd as he looks back on his career and the Jerichoholics. Jericho announces if he wins tonight this will be his 10th reign as IC champion. Jericho closes with a classic “Jericho” one-liner. Out next is Kevin Owens as his music sounds.
Owens makes his way to the ring with his I-C title. He and Jericho stare each other down as the bell sounds to kick off this match. Back and forth between both men, Jericho is in it to win it tonight. Owen clotheslines Jericho and gets a two count. Owens goes for powerbomb with no luck.
Owens with a canonball on Jericho, followed by a highflying move, Jericho counters. Both men back to their feet. Jericho attempts Walls of Jericho for the 2nd time, successfully locking it in. Owens tries to reach the rope, and makes it, forcing Jericho to break the hold.
Jericho looking for his 10th IC, makes his way to pin Owens. Owens grabs the bottom rope. Jericho with several fists and kicks to the face until the ref seperates them, Owens retaliates with a superkick. Chris Jericho with the commercial and once again trying to get him in a the WOC, Owens kicks Jericho in the face and rolls him up for the three count win, keeping his belt.
Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: Kevin Owens
WWE Tag-Team Championship
The New Day vs. The Dudley Boys
The New Day makes their way to the ring with mics in hand announcing to the audience this is the last stage of the Dudley Boys “Goodbye Tour”.They make their way down the ramp and into the ring continuing to “shame” the Dudley Boys.
Devon and Bubba Ray make their way to the ring as their music sounds in the arena. The bell rings, match begins. D’von in first with Kofi Kingston. Kingston makes the tag to Big E. D;von makes the tag to Bubba Ray, a little teamwork before D’von steps outside the ropes.
Solid straight by Bubba Dudley before another tag where Kingston makes his way back into the ring. As we get into the match a bit, Woods starts acting up outside the ring and leads the fans on in giving The New Day some heat while the tag champs continue to dominate the action.
Out of nowhere, Bubba Ray and Devon hit one of The New Day guys with their 3-D finisher. The fans think they’re going to see The Dudley Boyz win their record tenth WWE tag-team champs. Woods, however, ruins that by jumping in on the finisher. Now, Woods plays funeral music on the trombone as The New Day set up a table. The Dudleyz take over and blast Woods with a big 3-D through the table.
Winners and STILL WWE Tag-Team Champions: The New Day
Brock Lesnar vs. Big Show
We head back to the ring now as it’s time for one of the featured attractions of the evening. With that being said, Big Show’s music hits and out he comes. Out next is his opponent for this evening, Brock Lesnar. WWE let the fans quiet down in between the two entrances.
The two big boys stare each other down as the bell sounds to kick off the match. Early on they do a cool spot that has Big Show dive into Lesnar and both big boys go flying through the ropes. Show then proceeds to hit Lesnar with three separate chokeslams. The announcers sell the fact that no one has ever manhandled Lesnar like this before.
Lesnar, always quick to recover, responds to the fans chants of “Suplex City!” as he nails Show with five german suplexes. After the last stop en route to Suplex City, Lesnar immediately blasted Show with an F-5 for the 1-2-3. Lesnar hits Big Show with another F-5 for good measure.
Winner: Brock Lesnar
WWE U.S. Title
(Steel Cage Match)
– John Cena (c) vs. Seth Rollins
WWE Champion Seth Rollins comes out first as the challenger in this cage match against the U.S. Champion. Out next is John Cena as his music sounds in the arena. Both men enter the ring, the cage is lowered and the match begins.
Rollins has a strong lead on Cena in the beginning of this match. Rollins makes his way to the very top of the cage, quickly followed by Cena who pulls him back to the mat. Rollins with a knee to the face of John Cena and getting the two count before Cena kicks out.
John Cena comes back with a dropkick and inches his way over to the cage and begins to climb. Rollins pulls him back down and gets another two count on Cena. John Cena struggling on the mat as Rollins starts smashing Cena’s face against the cage while trash talking.
With Cena struggling to get back to his feet, Rollins pulls him back to his feet and throws Cena face first into the cage. Rollins holds his hands up proudly as the crowd boos him. Cena still trying to make his way back to his feet, Rollins stands Cena up once again to throw him into the cage, Cena counters, throwing Rollins into it. Both men struggling to get back to their feet.
Cena building momentum, powerbombing Rollins, goes for his signature finish but Rollins counters. Rollins attempts to get out the door but Cena pulls him back in. Rollins tries to pin Cena with a nearfall. Both men catch their breath as Rollins staggers to his feet and Cena continues to attempt to get up. Cena goes crazy with a 5 knuckle shuffle.
Rollins climbs to the top rope and flies towards Cena who is waiting and goes for the STF. Rollins drags his way to the door and tries climbing out. Rollins reaches for the stairs, inches away from the floor. Both men struggle out the door. The ref slams the door closed again. Both men sprawled on the mat trying to regain the composure.
Rollins measuring Cena, Cena launches Rollins to the top rope, Rollins climbs to the top of the cage, Cena grabs Rollins by the hair and throws him face first into the cage. Rollins with a superplex, Cena still able to kick out. Both men seemingly spent as they attempt to get back to their feet. Rollins once again attempts to climb out as Cena lays near lifeless on the mat. Rollins has two feet over the cage and begins to climb down. Cena grabs him by the hair dragging him back to the top.
Both men perched at the top of the cage throwing punches. Cena drags Rollins back into the ring. Cena DDT’s from the rope with a nearfall. Once again both men are lying on the mat, attempting to gain anything they may have left. Rollins climbs to the top right above the door as Cena tries climbing out the door. Both men end up back in the ring. Rollins with a major kick to the face and a two count. Both men are physically and mentally spent.
Rollins drags Cena to his feet, Cena again with the STF. Rollins struggling in the center of the ring. Rollins is able to reverse, Cena reaching for the sky using every last bit of strength not to tap. Rollins with a low blow as Cena gets to his feet and falls right back to the mat. Rollins attempts scaling the cage, makes his way to the top. Cena still trying to regain his composure as Rollins makes it to the top. Kane’s music sounds and he makes his way to the ring, standing outside the cage staring up at Rollins.
Rollins misses the big splash off the top of the cage and falls right into an AA from John Cena for the three count win. Cena celebrates, as the Demon Kane watches on outside the cage.
Winner and STILL WWE U.S. Champion: John Cena
After the Match
To close out the show, the WWE U.S. champ leaves the ringside area as The Demon Kane enters the cage and goes to work on a beaten down Rolliins.
Kane blasts the WWE champ with a chokeslam and a tombstone piledriver. Kane’s old school demonic lights and music plays as the lights go dark and red. Kane puts the WWE title across a laid out Rollins in the middle of the ring. He leaves, ending tonight’s WWE MSG special on the WWE Network.

This Saturday night, Oct. 3, the award-winning WWE Network thunders into New York City, presenting an earth-shattering special event, Live from MSG: Lesnar vs. Big Show.

For the first time in more than a decade, The World’s Most Famous Arena will feel the wrath of The Beast Incarnate as Brock Lesnar enters the hallowed halls to compete in an epic clash of titans against Big Show. Can The Conqueror overcome the all-out fury of The World’s Largest Athlete?

In addition, "The Champ is here!" Yes, John Cena returns to MSG to put his United States Title on the line against WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins inside a steel cage! Will The Architect once again make history by dethroning the leader of the Cenation when the two competitors wage war inside the unforgiving structure?
Plus, following the controversial ending to the WWE Tag Team Title Match at Night of Champions, The Dudley Boyz have been granted a championship rematch against The New Day at MSG. Can Bubba Ray & D-Von pick up where they left off and end the obnoxious champions’ reign?
Do not miss a moment of the action, LIVE from MSG, this Saturday at 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT, only on WWE Network.

In response to the recent downturn in RAW ratings, WWE is now advertising Brock Lesnar for Monday’s RAW from Boston, MA.
Brock Lesnar’s Go To Hell Tour kicks off this Saturday from New York City when The Beast faces the Big Show live from Madison Square Garden. The event will broadcast live exclusively on the WWE Network.
Lesnar will then be back on RAW on the loaded 10/19 RAW from Dallas, after which he’ll be Steve Austin’s guest on the Stone Cold Podcast.
The tour concludes at Hell in a Cell on 10/26, when Brock steps inside the demonic structure to settle his score with The Undertaker.

For the first time since the July 4 show in Japan, WWE will be broadcasting a WWE house show event live on the WWE Network on October 3. The show emanates from the world famous Madison Square Garden, and it will feature Brock Lesnar in action as it’s primary focus.
The card for the show, at this point, looks as follows:
  • Brock Lesnar vs. Big Show
  • WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins vs. WWE United States Champion John Cena
  • WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day vs. The Dudley Boyz
  • WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens vs. Chris Jericho
  • Rusev vs. Dolph Ziggler
It’s interesting to note that three of the bouts are rematches from Night Of Champions.
WWE used a segment during RAW on Monday evening attempting to establish The Big Show as a legitimate threat to Brock Lesnar at the show. Big Show demolished Cesaro on RAW and gave a promo following the match emphasizing that he has been in the business for 20 years because every time he steps into the ring he is a threat. The idea was that his character took offense that he was being considered just a run of the mill opponent for Lesnar, kind of like when Lesnar faced Kofi Kingston in Tokyo on the WWE Network.
The Madison Square Garden show on October 3 is being advertised as the first of a trio of major events during October on the WWE Network, dubbed the “Brock Lesnar Go To Hell Tour.” Lesnar will also appear on Steve Austin’s podcast on October 19, and he will face The Undertaker in a Hell In A Cell match at the Hell In A Cell PPV on October 25.

Despite rumors a couple of months back that Steve Austin may have been considering returning for a match with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 32, Austin took to Twitter recently to shoot down the possibility.
The rumors started when Paul Heyman appeared as a guest on the Stone Cold Podcast live on the WWE Network on June 1. At the very end of the show, Heyman seemed to go into his manager character and poked and prodded at Austin about facing Lesnar. Austin, who last wrestled at WrestleMania XIX in 2003, then popped into the Stone Cold character and went off on Heyman about what it would be like to wrestle Lesnar.


Is it possible the match was under consideration when the Austin/Heyman segment went down on the WWE Network? Yes. However, Austin’s denial of the match now seems pretty firm, so you can probably take it to the bank that it’s not in the cards any longer.

It was announced this past week that Brock Lesnar will be October’s Stone Cold podcast guest for Austin to grill as Lesnar promotes his Hell In A Cell match vs The Undertaker and his Brock Lesnar Go To Hell tour. It’s very likely the possibility of an Austin vs Lesnar match will be brought up again and it will be interesting to see how both men play it.

Brock Lesnar made an appearance on ESPN SportsCenter today to talk breaking The Undertaker's streak, being part-time and what it takes to be a multi-sport WWE Superstar.
He also comments on Dana White’s recently calling WWE "fake"...and the real kicker for White was this comment:
“Vince McMahon is better at this than Dana White and that might rub Dana the wrong way.”

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Dave Meltzer is reporting in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar’s in-ring character was initially going to be a homosexual character as pitched by the creative team to WWE Executives back in 2002:
“In last week’s issue, regarding the note about debuting a gay character in 2002 who would be a tough guy, that would out himself as being gay, do none of the stereotypes and be portrayed as a kick ass main eventer, we were told that the idea was for the person to be Lesnar when he made his debut that year.
The idea originally came from two of the magazine writers, one of them Brian Solomon (who just wrote a book about pro wrestling history called “Pro Wrestling FAQ”), who pitched the idea directly to Stephanie McMahon that year. The pitch was that it would blow away the fan base and everyone to have an unstoppable hyper-masculine ass kicker revealing himself to be gay, and be pushed as a top babyface.
The idea was to make sure he never did anything in or out of the ring that would make fans uncomfortable. It would be the anti-gay stereotype instead, and instead it would be the heels that would use his being gay in their promos and get their asses kicked, and making everyone using negative terms as far as being gay come across like heels.
The idea was also thinking it would get huge support from the gay community (the problem of course is that eventually it would come out Lesnar wasn’t gay, so it would only be a character and not an admission the real person was) and get positive support from the media as a progressive character. What’s notable is that the people who pitched it first, never heard another word about it, and didn’t know until this past week that it had gotten into the writers room where some of the older agents thought the idea was terrible and it was dropped, and eventually that led to the Billy & Chuck thing.
As it turned out, the Lesnar character ended up doing pretty well for itself.”

The official WWE website has announced Brock Lesnar for this Monday’s Raw from Atlanta, Georgia. This will be the final show before WWE Battleground. wrote:
“With his clash with Brock Lesnar at WWE Battleground looming on the horizon, Seth Rollins undoubtedly clutching his WWE World Heavyweight Championship a little tighter these days. After all, The Beast Incarnate not only demolished J&J Security’s Cadillac last Monday night, but put both Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury on the shelf during his rampage. Who will watch The Architect’s back this Monday night in Atlanta, when The Anomaly is in the building?”
“Ever since Seth Rollins robbed Brock Lesnar of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the main event of WrestleMania, Brock Lesnar has had it out for “The Future of WWE,” and at WWE Battleground, Rollins will have nowhere to hide. Yet, as much as this collision is about the WWE World Heavyweight Title itself — the grandest prize in sports-entertainment — it’s also a matter of retribution for The Anomaly, who wants nothing more than to make The Architect pay for his past transgressions. But what is Lesnar truly looking for: Rollins’ title or Rollins’ suffering? Might his desire to destroy Rollins somehow supersede his championship aspirations? If that’s the case, what would happen if Lesnar got his hands on the WWE World Heavyweight Champion before their title bout? Could we see Lesnar destroy his WWE Battleground opponent before their championship encounter even takes place? Last week, we saw Lesnar decimate J&J Security’s Cadillac and J&J themselves … and we get the feeling he’s not done breaking things just yet. Expect more carnage from The Beast Incarnate on Raw.”

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that Jamie Noble suffered a second legitimate injury at the hands of Brock Lesnar in the matter of two weeks!
“It appears that being a wrestler, or for that matter, almost anyone, is safer than working for J&J Security. Two weeks after Noble suffered three broken ribs from his interaction with Lesnar, he needed several stitches in his back because it was cut up from falling into broken glass from the car windows that had been smashed on the 7/6 Raw in the Lesnar angle."

WWE veteran Big Show has finally admitted for the first time ever that the ring collapse involving himself and Brock Lesnar on the June 12, 2003 episode's of WWE's Smackdown was rigged.
While many fans may have already come to this conclusion, Big Show has been kayfabe about the whole angle over a decade as he explained on last week's episode of Talk is Jericho..
"We did a spot right before we broke the ring where we're both down and they shoot a close up of both of us selling. In that time, Ellis (Edwards, WWE Stunt Coordinator) had airbags under the ring. So they had lifted the ring a couple inches. When I'm standing on that top corner, that ring is like standing on marbles. Because it's moving. Of course now I've got my fat ass up in the air, 500 pounds on a not very stable surface. So then the ring broke. You don't know how the stunt is going to look. It was so perfectly timed the way we did it and Ellis did a great job of setting up. That thing collapsed and everybody they bought it so long," Show said.
Show said that for years he's tried to keep the illusion that it was real:
"This is the first time I've admitted the truth that that was a rigged angle," Show explained. "On hundreds of interviews, I have lied right through my teeth and said it's a shoot. But if you get a chance to suspend people's reality just for an instant, for a second, it's good for them"


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