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UFC Fight Night 84 will air exclusive on UFC Fight Pass this Saturday, February 27th from the O2 Arena in London. The main card features four bouts, including the return of Anderson “The Spider” Silva.
Here is the final card for the event:
Main Card (UFC Fight Pass at 4 PM ET)
  • Michael Bisping vs. Anderson Silva
  • Thales Leites vs. Gegard Mousasi
  • Tom Breese vs. Keita Nakamura
  • Brad Pickett vs. Francisco Rivera
Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass at 12:45 PM ET)
  • Makwan Amirkhani vs. Mike Wilkinson
  • Davey Grant vs. Marlon Vera
  • Scott Askham vs. Chris Dempsey
  • Arnold Allen vs. Yaotzin Meza
  • Krzysztof Jotko vs. Brad Scott
  • Rustam Khabilov vs. Norman Parke
  • Jarjis Danho vs. Daniel Omielanczuk
  • Thibault Gouti vs. Teemu Packalen
  • Martin Svensson vs. David Teymur

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.

WWE NXT will debut at its new time of 8pm EST on the WWE Network next Wednesday night. NXT General Manager William Regal has announced the following matches for the new night:
* Adrian Neville vs. Sami Zayn for the NXT Title

* Baron Corbin vs. Bull Dempsey

* Finn Balor vs. Tyson Kidd

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Former WWE Creative Writer Andrew Goldstein, has published a new column at Goldstein fantasy books WWE WrestleMania 31. Here is an excerpt from his article:

John Cena V/s Rusev

Sadly the opportunity to end the Bulgarian Brute’s undefeated streak at Wrestlemania will not belong to Kurt Angle. Which is a damn shame and a rip-off both for his legacy and his fans. But I digress… Absent YOUR American hero, who better than Super Cena to chop down the mighty Rusev? Every time Cena kisses that dog tag around his neck, on his way to the ring, it’s an affront to everything Rusev stands for. Plus the story writes itself. The man who implores his “Cenation” of pre-pubescent fans to “Never Give Up” vs. the man who’s made literally everyone on the WWE roster do just that. Then you throw in Nikki Bella in John’s corner bumpin’ silicone with Lana!!!! Plus all the corny, dated Russia jokes  John could make about Gorbachev’s birthmark and Vlad Putin riding horseback shirtless and you’ve got VKM’s three biggest turn-on’s all in one match: Childish humor, hot females under his employ, and AMERICA! It’s a no-brainer.

Roman Reigns vs. Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose

This match is simply about recovering the Scrooge McDuck bank vault full of gold bullion that WWE left on the table after hastily splitting the Shield into three disparate pieces this summer. I mean, honestly how did this match never happen? It defies all logic and common sense – and certainly was not “best for business”. Sure, they’re pushing Reigns to the moon, grooming him for his Mania moment – whether he’s ripened to the point of absolute readiness yet or not. And sure Rollins has become the top heel in the company, displacing Randy Orton from the Authority’s teet, as their desired face of the company. And sure Ambrose is off channeling Brian Pillman’s “loose cannon” gimmick, as far away from his former brethren as possible… but on paper, the Shield three-way is undoubtedly the match everyone wants to see! It’s Hayes vs. Gordy vs. Roberts. Flair vs. Arn vs. Tully. HHH vs. Orton vs. Batista. You want eye-balls, dollars, and Network subscriptions? Give me all three members of the Shield in one-ring clobbering each other on the biggest show of the year and I’ll figure out the rest.


In the absence of the Undertaker’s physical ability to ever wrestle again (Speculation based on the last pic of the Deadman to circulate on the internet where he looked like my 65-year old, Uncle Joel), and even if it is against a dusty old Buick like Sting – chasing a Wrestlemania moment before he ascends back into the rafters for retirement – I say, “sure, why not?” They planted the seed at Survivor Series well enough. Might as well pay it off. And who better than HHH to give Sting his long-awaited and even longer-overdue first and last WWE match? Not only can Hunter squeeze an outstanding match out of pretty much anyone on the planet, but the contest would be soaked with historical significance – something HHH has heroically resurrected from the WWE trash heap (See Bruno, Warrior, Savage) – plus it would also add gravitas to the Mania 31 bill by providing the card with a true once-in-a-lifetime event to promote: The chance to see the Icon vs. the Game.

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News — WWE Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2014 Current Match Cards
The sixth annual PPV of WWE TLC will take place in Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. It will be the last PPV of the year 2014, before the “Road to WrestleMania” begins with Royal Rumble 2015. The matches to take place are:

John Cena VS Seth Rollins - Tables match (Stipulation: If Cena loses then he will lose his chance to face Brock Lesnar for the World Heavyweight Championship)

This rivalry dates back to Night of Champions, when Rollins caused a disqualification in the championship match between Lesnar and Cena. It helped Cena to win via disqualification, but he lost the title. Cena immediately didn’t get his hands on Rollins, but in Survivor Series, they were pitted in the opposite teams as team leaders. After Team Cena’s win in the Survivor Series PPV and The Authority out of power; on the RAW episode of 1st December, 2014, the “anonymous” RAW GM booked a Tables match between Rollins and Cena for the TLC PPV. The RAW GM added a stipulation that should Cena lose his match against Rollins, he will lose his chance to face Lesnar for the WHC.

Bray Wyatt VS Dean Ambrose -Traditional TLC match

Both Wyatt and Ambrose are crazy in their own terms. Both of them do stuff which no one can ever think about doing. There is no end to their craziness and no predictability to what, they will do next. After the stint as Wyatt Family, Bray returned as a single competitor at the Hell in the Cell PPV to cost Ambrose the match against Rollins. The verbal taunts thus started between the two, which led to their first singles match at Survivor Series PPV. Wyatt offered to “fix” Ambrose as he did with Harper and Rowan. Wyatt won the Survivor Series PPV bout via disqualification, when Ambrose hit Wyatt with chairs. In the same PPV, their Tables, Ladders, Chairs match was announced for the TLC PPV; their feud continued in the following RAW and Smackdown episodes as both tried to outdo each other in terms of craziness.

Kane VS Ryback - Chairs Match

The feud started with the Team Cena VS Team Authority match at Survivor Series PPV. Ryback was part of Team Cena while Kane was part of Team Authority, who eventually lost. They had a bit of a moment during RAW episode following the PPV, building up to the eventual match at TLC PPV. On the 28th November episode of Smackdown; guest GM Daniel Bryan announced a match between Kane and Ryback for the TLC PPV; it is to be a chairs match. During the match between Ryback and Rollins on Smackdown, Kane attacked Ryback with chair shots, helping Ryback to win via disqualification. They continued to tease each other in the following RAW episode.

The Miz & Damien Sandow (Mizdow) VS The Usos – Tag Team Titles match

On the RAW episode of 1st December, 2014, The Usos won the chance to face the tag team champions Miz & Sandow in the TLC PPV. In a different format named as Tag Team Turmoil, Gold & Stardust started against The New Day; they pinned Stardust when Cesaro & Tyson Kidd entered the frame. Cesaro pinned Kofi bringing in The Usos in the match. The Usos pinned Kidd and the last team of Adam Rose & The Bunny entered. The Usos used the advantage of the rift between Rose & Bunny to win the match and they became the No.1 Contender’s for the tag team titles.

Note: More matches to be confirmed before the PPV. Be sure to check about other matches when announced.

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Night of Champions 2014 » Dolph Ziggler vs. The Miz (Intercontinental Championship)
WWE.COM: The thrilling Intercontinental Championship rivalry between Dolph Ziggler and The Miz will continue at Night of Champions when The Showoff puts the title on the line against the Superstar with the “moneymaker,” The Awesome One.

These two, hungry athletes have carved out a brilliant series of matches in recent months, including their SummerSlam showdown in which Ziggler recaptured the championship gold. The Miz won a subsequent rematch on Raw by count-out, though in doing so, he ate a mean, last-ditch-effort superkick by The Showoff on the apron a risky maneuver that simultaneously knocked Miz into the ring and propelled Ziggler to the floor.

Though the WWE Universe has witnessed Damien “Miz”-Dow, as The Miz’s stunt double, sub in for The Miz in appearances, it’s unlikely the former WWE Champion will want anyone but himself in the ring against Ziggler at Night of Champions, when the Intercontinental Title, which recently celebrated its 35th anniversary, is at stake. With “Miz”-Dow acting as a distraction, The Miz was even able to pin Ziggler during a tag team match on the Sept. 1 edition of Raw.

Can The Miz lock in the Figure-Four Leglock and claim his fourth Intercontinental Championship at Night of Champions? Or will The Showoff repeat his SummerSlam success, retain the title and continue his trajectory up the WWE ladder?

The title clash happens Sunday, Sept. 21, at Night of Champions, which will be available live on WWE Network at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT!

Night of Champions 2014 » Sheamus VS Cesaro (United States Championship)
According to WWE.COM: Having defeated Rob Van Dam in a No. 1 Contender’s Match, Cesaro earned the right to challenge United States Champion Sheamus at Night of Champions.

Even before overcoming RVD on the Aug. 25 edition of Raw, The Swiss Superman, a former United States Champion in his own right, clearly had his sights set on WWE’s stars-and-stripes title. A week prior to beating Van Dam, Cesaro sat in on commentary during Sheamus’ match against Curtis Axel on WWE Main Event, and after the Celtic Warrior’s win, Cesaro grabbed the title and inspected it before arrogantly tossing the prize to the champion. He continued his disrespectful antics after claiming the No. 1 Contender spot on Raw, too, throwing the U.S. Championship in the face of Sheamus.

Every time the WWE Universe has seen Cesaro and Sheamus compete against each other, the action has been fierce and physical. On commentary, Cesaro went so far as to compare the hard-hitting U.S. Champion to a wild Tasmanian devil. Will Cesaro, arguably pound-for-pound the strongest Superstar in all of WWE, find a weakness in the Irishman’s bruising offense and capitalize to golden results? Or can Sheamus, who’s held onto the title since winning it in a Battle Royal in May, beat back yet another contender to the throne?

Check out the fiery United States Championship action when it airs live at Night of Champions, available on WWE Network Sunday, Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Night of Champions 2014 » Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena (WWE World Heavyweight Championship)
According to WWE.COM: Just days after losing the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a brutal beatdown at the hands of Brock Lesnar, John Cena invoked his automatic rematch clause and will get his chance at a 16thWorld Title at Night of Champions.

The decision, announced by WWE COO Triple H exclusively on WWE Network during WWE Main Event, shocked the WWE Universe, still reeling after witnessing the pummeling Cena took from The Beast Incarnate at SummerSlam. The sadistic grin that spread across Lesnar’s usually stoic face growing wider with every punch that connected with Cena’s head and body is burned into the minds of fans around the world. The thought of Cena demanding another showdown with the vicious, seemingly unstoppable Lesnar may leave those who watched SummerSlam feeling more than a little uneasy.

Lesnar, no doubt, is happy to step in the squared circle with the Cenation leader once again. At SummerSlam, he toyed with Cena, showing the world what it takes to put the unbelievably resilient Superstar down. The One in 21-1 rained down a barrage of fists on the Cenation leader, pulverizing his insides. Lesnar tossed Cena around the ring with ease, dropping him on his head and neck with 16 German suplexes. Two F-5s one at the start of the match and one at the end brought Cena’s reign as champion to an end with a sickening exclamation point.

No one can question Cena’s heart. After all, he did last 20 minutes against the most devastating force to ever step foot in the ring. But heart only got Cena so far at SummerSlam. How far can it get him when he steps foot in the ring with The Beast Incarnate again at Night of Champions?

Can Cena reverse his fortunes? Or will Brock Lesnar give the WWE Universe a repeat performance of his championship victory? Find out at WWE Night of Champions, available live on WWE Network and pay-per-view Sunday Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

WWE SummerSlam 2014 » Dean Ambrose vs Seth Rollins (Lumberjack Match)
The STAPLES Center will have a hard time containing the action when WWE’s most furious rivalry rages on at SummerSlam, where Dean Ambrose will finally lock up with Seth Rollins in singles competition.

The two bitter enemies have been at each other’s throats since Rollins betrayed Ambrose and dismantled The Shield. Rollins and Ambrose were originally scheduled to last month at WWE Battleground, but WWE COO Triple H ejected The Lunatic Fringe from the building minutes before the match got under way. Despite the setback, Ambrose made sure Rollins
’ night was a rough one nonetheless, repeatedly ambushing The Architect, going so far as to pounce on him in the parking garage.

For The Authority and Rollins in particular, Ambrose has been nothing short of a pariah, constantly derailing Rollins’ efforts to cash in his Money in the Bank Contract. The Lunatic Fringe’s persistence has even caused some in the WWE Universe to speculate The Authority sent him on a recent press tour for the sole purpose of giving Triple H’s anointed one, The Architect, a respite.

Ambrose may have the upperhand at The Biggest Party of the Summer, though, as he won a Beat the Clock Challenge on the Aug. 4 edition of Raw to earn the chance to name the stipulation for his SummerSlam match against Rollins. Ambrose will name the stipulation on Friday's SmackDown.

Come SummerSlam on Aug. 17, however, the time for sneak attacks and behind-the-scenes machinations will be over, as two of WWE’s brightest young Superstars will clash in a hostile showdown. After months of craving retribution, will Ambrose finally make Rollins pay for selling out to The Authority? Or can The Game’s hand-picked legend-in-the-making fend off Ambrose’s gritty and relentless offensive?

To watch the hotly anticipated battle live, don’t miss SummerSlam when it airs on WWE Network on Sunday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT!

WWE SummerSlam 2014 » AJ vs Paige (Divas Championship)
According to Mere days after Paige shoved Divas Champion AJ Lee off the SmackDown stage, has learned the two fierce competitors will meet in a title rematch at SummerSlam.

The championship bout will mark the newest chapter in the steadily intensifying conflict between The Black Widow and The Diva of Tomorrow. After trading the butterfly-emblazoned title, AJ and Paige met in a rubber match at WWE Battleground. Unlike their first two encounters, both of which ended in the blink of an eye, their WWE Battleground match was a highly competitive, back-and-forth contest narrowly won by AJ.

In the days and weeks that followed, Paige’s demeanor toward AJ who Paige has admittedly considered a role model changed drastically, going from disappointed to angry to apologetic. The final break in the Divas’ “frenemy” status came on the July 28 edition of Raw when Paige called AJ “crazy,” leading to a wild brawl.

Paige again crossed the line on the Aug. 1 edition of SmackDown when, following AJ’s defeat of Rosa Mendes, she snuck behind The Black Widow and sent her flying off the blue brand’s set. The ambush caused a whiplash injury for the Divas Champion. Despite the fact that medical personnel had to tend to AJ and remove her from the arena on a backboard, Paige was captured on video telling AJ she “still love[d]” her and instructing officials to be careful with her “best friend.”

Subsequently on social media, Paige was seemingly in denial of the injury she caused, suggesting everyone was simply “overreacting.”

With Paige apparently coming more unhinged by the day, what will be in store for the reigning Divas Champion at SummerSlam? Will AJ, seeing red, unleash her most vicious side yet? And will Paige’s plan of attack be revealed as strategic or simply a sign of dangerous instability?

For the answers to these questions and more, be sure to watch the Divas Championship Match when SummerSlam airs live on WWE Network Sunday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

WWE SummerSlam 2014 » Randy Orton vs Roman Reigns
According to WWE.COM: On Aug. 17, Roman Reigns and Randy Orton will settle their red-hot rivalry in a head-to-head showdown at The Biggest Party of the Summer.

This highly anticipated face-off was made official prior to the Aug. 4 edition of Raw, one week after The Viper struck his adversary with a lethal dose of venom in the form of a savage assault. The attack was in response to the black-clad Superstar cutting off Orton's path to a WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match against John Cena. Despite Reigns and Orton's sudden surge in opposition, their epic encounter has been months in the making.

Ever since Reigns’ arrival in WWE at Survivor Series 2012, these two combative competitors have found themselves on opposing sides. Recently, the hostility between both grapplers escalated as they took part in The Shield and Evolution’s legendary war. Even the historic battles that went down between both factions weren’t enough to put an end to the rising rivalry between these two talented Superstars.

As summer’s temperatures began to rise, Reigns and Orton’s dispute seemed to grow as well. Both Superstars fought to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion at Money in the Bank and WWE Battleground, with each nearly attaining WWE’s top prize.

On the July 21 edition of Raw, Orton seemed to be mere moments away from being named John Cena’s opponent at SummerSlam before Reigns attacked the former “Face of WWE.” Unfortunately for The Apex Predator, Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar presented WWE COO Triple H with a “Plan C” he just couldn’t refuse.

It’s become clear that neither Reigns nor Orton will be able to achieve the goal of reaching the top of WWE’s food chain without first conquering their longstanding foes: each other. The question is now which Superstar will reign supreme on WWE’s biggest summer stage?

Don’t miss this sizzling SummerSlam showdown live on WWE Network and pay-per-view Sunday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

WWE SummerSlam 2014 » The Miz vs Dolph Ziggler (Intercontinental Championship Match)
According to WWE.COM: The Miz might have landed himself a starring role as Intercontinental Champion, but it could be Dolph Ziggler who seizes top billing at SummerSlam when he challenges The Awesome One for one of WWE’s most coveted prizes.

Returning from Hollywood with an even more inflated ego than usual, The Miz stole a victory from Ziggler in WWE Battleground’s massive Battle Royal for the vacant Intercontinental Title. Since then, Ziggler has been determined to wipe the smug smile off the egotist’ s face his “moneymaker” but has been thus far unsuccessful in truly taking the so-called “A-Lister” down a peg. On the Aug. 1 edition of SmackDown, it was The Miz’s disrespectful distraction that cost Ziggler a key match against longtime rival Alberto Del Rio, no doubt fueling The Showoff’s desire to humble the brash titleholder when they meet one-on-one at The Biggest Party of the Summer.

In Los Angeles, the spotlight will only be big enough for one of these bold Superstars. Will Ziggler begin his second Intercontinental Championship reign, or will The Miz enjoy a star-studded (and very exclusive) victory party in his new hometown? To find out, tune in to SummerSlam, live on WWE Network and pay-per-view Sunday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

WWE SummerSlam 2014 » Jack Swagger vs Rusev (Flag Match)
According to WWE.COM: Jack Swagger prepares to defend America’s honor at SummerSlam when he takes on the hulking Hero of the Russian Federation, Rusev, in a Flag Match.

Lana, Rusev’s social ambassador, laid out a challenge for the match on the Aug. 1 edition of SmackDown, a challenge that Zeb Colter immediately and zealously accepted on Swagger’s behalf. At SummerSlam, Old Glory will be hanging in one corner of the ring and the Russian flag in another, and the first Superstar to incapacitate his opponent enough so he can scale the turnbuckles and capture his own flag will be declared the victor.

To date, no Superstar has given Rusev more trouble than Colter’s 6-foot-7, 275-pound, corn-fed “Big Hoss.” Lana’s Super Athlete has yet to suffer a pinfall or submission loss since debuting in WWE in April, but Swagger is the lone Superstar to have notched a win of any kind albeit, a disqualification victory over the Bulgarian-born Russian icon.

The clashes so far between Swagger and Rusev have all been hard-hitting affairs, but their Aug. 27 showdown now contains an overtly patriotic twist. When the dust settles, will it be the Stars and Stripes which Colter says stands for “pick-up trucks, pretty girls and beers” that’s waved proudly? Or will Lana and Rusev have their way, and it will be the red, white and blue of the Russian flag that’s triumphantly displayed for all to see?

Watch these two heavyweight warriors tie up at SummerSlam, which airs live on WWE Network and pay-per-view Sunday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

WWE SummerSlam 2014 » Brie Bella vs. Stephanie McMahon
According to WWE.COM: Stephanie McMahon will compete in her first match in more than a decade when she answers the challenge of newly rehired former Divas Champion Brie Bella at SummerSlam.

One of the principal owners of WWE, as well as a former Women’s Champion, Stephanie agreed to the match in exchange for Brie dropping charges of aggravated battery. The charges stemmed from a July 21 incident in which Stephanie slapped Brie, who was attending Raw as a member of the WWE Universe.

The slap, Stephanie says, was simply a response to the one Brie gave her at WWE Payback, which was the same night that the Bella Twin facing the likely scenario of being fired by Stephanie quit WWE. Prior to her quitting, The Authority had made clear its intentions of making life difficult for Brie and her husband, injured then-WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan.

Since WWE Payback, Bryan  whose injury was worse than originally feared has been stripped of the title, and Stephanie has continued making life miserable for Brie by targeting those closest to her, namely twin sister Nikki. Stephanie repeatedly arranged for Nikki to compete in lopsided Handicap Matches, which invariably ended with Nikki being beaten down. Unable to continue watching her sister get placed into one disadvantageous situation after another, and offended by Stephanie’s suggestion that Brie abandoned Nikki, Brie let loose on the WWE principal owner on July 21, calling her “vindictive.”

Now that she has been forced back into action, how will Stephanie McMahon respond when she steps in the ring against Brie at SummerSlam? The Billion Dollar Princess hasn’t fought in a sanctioned bout since No Mercy 2003. Will she be prepared for the acutely focused rage of Brie and make the former Divas Champion regret ever undermining her authority? Or will Brie, finding motivation in the way Stephanie treated Nikki and Daniel Bryan, unleash a fury the likes of which we’ve never seen from her?

Don’t miss history in the making when Stephanie McMahon returns to competition against Brie Bella at SummerSlam, live on WWE Network and pay-per-view Sunday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT!

WWE SummerSlam 2014 » Chris Jericho vs. Bray Wyatt
According to WWE.COM: Chris Jericho may have thought his rivalry with Bray Wyatt was over after his victory at WWE Battleground, but it was only the beginning. Y2J and the deranged leader of The Wyatt Family will clash once again on Aug. 17 at SummerSlam, live on WWE Network and pay-per-view.

Just one night after Jericho’s victory at Battleground, Wyatt and his monstrous cohorts Luke Harper & Erick Rowan ganged up on Jericho in his locker room during an interview on the WWE App. Wyatt capped off the 3-on-1 assault with a devastating Sister Abigail that sent Jericho crashing face-first into the cold, steel lockers.

Bray Wyatt then hijacked Jericho’s trademark talk show, “The Highlight Reel,” informing the WWE Universe that Y2J was no savior, and that his loss at Battleground meant nothing to him. Wyatt declared that he’s fighting to win the long game the war that will continue at SummerSlam in Los Angeles.

Shortly after their battle at The Biggest Party of the Summer was confirmed, Jericho returned to action for the first time after the vicious attack, taking on Seth Rollins in a No Disqualification Match. Y2J seemingly had Mr. Money in the Bank on the ropes, until the arena went dark. When the lights turned on, Jericho was surrounded by Wyatt, Harper and Rowan, who brutally attacked him once again.

Jericho has quipped that he expects Wyatt to pop up in his mirror like a horror movie slasher. As SummerSlam approaches, The Ayatollah of Rock ‘n’ Rollah may have to sleep with one eye open to avoid another pummeling from the eerie trio.

Can Jericho prove that Bray Wyatt is a false prophet, or will Wyatt show the WWE Universe that Y2J is not the savior they believe him to be? Find out at SummerSlam, LIVE on WWE Network and pay-per-view, Sunday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. ET!

SummerSlam 2014 » John Cena vs Brock Lesnar (WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match)
According to WWE.COM: At the 27th annual SummerSlam, WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena will defend his title against arguably the most destructive Superstar of all time, Brock Lesnar.

The only man to have ever captured the WWE Championship, NCAA Division I Heavyweight Championship and the UFC Heavyweight Championship, the 286-pound Lesnar was selected to challenge Cena by WWE COO Triple H, who has guaranteed the Cenation leader will not leave Los Angeles as The Champ on Aug. 17. Just one week before announcing the blockbuster matchup, Lesnar advocate Paul Heyman without mentioning his client by name was seen offering Triple H a “Plan C” for assuring Cena’s title reign come to an end.

Now the match is official, and The Biggest Party of the Summer will be headlined by a main event between the unofficial Face of WWE and the Superstar responsible for breaking The Undertaker’s 21-year undefeated streak at WrestleMania.

Leading into their high-stakes SummerSlam clash, Cena and Lesnar have plenty of history between them. The two fought several battles during Cena’s rookie year in WWE, and the 15-time World Champion was Lesnar’s first opponent upon The Anomaly’s return in 2012. Cena used a steel chain and an Attitude Adjustment onto the steel steps to narrowly win that famous no disqualification duel at Extreme Rules, which has become legendary for its brutality and physicality.

Since his clash with Cena, Lesnar has run roughshod over competition, defeating the likes of Triple H, Big Show and, most notably, The Undertaker at WrestleMania 30. Also since April 2012, Lesnar has reenlisted the services of Heyman, who is widely considered one of the ring’s premier strategists. Will Lesnar make good on Triple H’s guarantee and continue his run of dominance at The Biggest Party of the Summer? Will the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match result in the "beating of a lifetime" for Cena, as Heyman says?

Or will the ever-inspirational Cenation leader, the consummate role model and embodiment of the motto “Hustle, Loyalty, Respect,” rise to the occasion, as he’s done so many times in the past?

Watch this historic match play out at SummerSlam, available live on WWE Network and pay-per-view Sunday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Battleground 2014 » Jack Swagger vs Rusev
According to WWE.COM: Can Rusev crush a Real American? That will be the question on the minds of the WWE Universe when former World Champion Jack Swagger and the undefeated Rusev throw hands in a super-heavyweight American-Russian showdown at WWE Battleground.

It’s a collision that WWE fans have anticipated ever since Lana and the Bulgarian-born Hero of the Russian Federation began trash-talking the stars-and-stripes many months ago. Patriotic to the core, Swagger and outspoken propagator Zeb Colter haven’t always endeared themselves to audiences with their polarizing messages. Yet, by confronting Rusev and Lana on the June 30 edition of Raw and pointing out that it’s the freedom of speech that allows them to spew their anti-American sentiments, Swagger and Colter immediately became unlikely heroes, leading perhaps the most resounding “We the People!” chant in history.

Swagger and Colter also spent weeks challenging Rusev, and on July 14, the powerhouse finally accepted after a Russia Détente broke down on Raw.

Swagger has done more than just garner the support of the WWE Universe; the 6-foot-7 former University of Oklahoma All-American has also taken the 305-pound Super Athlete off his feet a rare sight thus far in Rusev’s blossoming WWE career.

Now that he’s leading the charge in a fight that much of the WWE Universe can get behind, will Swagger be able to stop Lana’s monstrous newcomer? Or will The Real American’s night on July 20 come to an unceremonious end with Lana's command of “Crush!” and Rusev locking in the Accolade?

National pride will be at stake when these two tanks both unflinching in their beliefs and unwilling to back down meet head-on. Don’t miss the brawl when WWE Battleground airs live on WWE Network and pay-per-view Sunday, July 20, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Battleground 2014 » Cameron vs. Naomi (Kickoff Match)
According to WWE.COM: Even funk, it turns out, has a breaking point. After weeks of dissension led to the dissolution of their partnership, former Funkadactyls Naomi and Cameron will turn their frustration into fisticuffs and compete against each other for the first time on the WWE Battleground Kickoff.

The Kickoff airs live this Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT, immediately before WWE Battleground’s debut on WWE Network. It will be available on WWE Network,, the WWE App, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and Pheed. In addition to the match, the WWE Battleground Kickoff will feature analysis from a panel feautring Renee Young, Alex Riley, WWE Hall of Famer Booker T and Christian.

Tag team and dance partners since January 2012, Naomi and Cameron have spent plenty of time competing side-by-side, but this Sunday’s free Kickoff will give both Divas a chance to prove which “Total Diva” is superior.

When Naomi began racking up singles wins and gaining support from WWE fans in recent months, Cameron drew attention by becoming more outspoken, attacking opponents after the bell and trash-talking anyone who disagreed with her approach. What once appeared to just be rough waters with the potential to be smoothed over now looks all but unfixable, leaving Naomi and Cameron to forge paths on their own. For one of them, the arduous journey to becoming the No. 1 contender in a stacked Divas division could begin with a win this Sunday.

Can Naomi show her problematic ex-partner the “Rear View” or will the renegade of funk known as Cameron show the WWE Universe exactly why she considers herself See which Diva prevails on the WWE Battleground Kickoff this Sunday!


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