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Kevin Owens def. Adrian Neville
 - Summer Rae def. Brie Bella
 - League Of Nations def. Dolph Ziggler
 - Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch def. Naomi and Tamina
 - New Day def. Y2AJ
 - Kalisto def. Tyler Breeze
 - Ryback def. Curtis Axel
 - Dean Ambrose def. Bray Wyatt
 ----------------------------------------    MONDAY NIGHT RAW---------------------------------------- - MARCH 7, 2016 Welcome to Monday Night Raw and this week Raw is coming to us from Chicago, Illinois and we kick things off with Shane McMahon making his way out to the ring After a video recap of Vince McMahon writing off Shane McMahon last Monday on Raw, this week’s Raw opened with Shane McMahon’s music. Shane bounced out on-stage and did the Shane Shuffle before hitting the ring full of energy. Shane walked around the ring soaking up the crowd reaction, pausing to milk it before speaking. Shane thanked the crowd for an overwhelming response before pausing again for a “Welcome Back” chant. Shane shouted out to Chicago, then kept soaking up the moment. Shane went back to last Monday when he was watching Raw on his couch with his three sons. He said he heard from his WrestleMania opponent, The Undertaker, who he has the utmost respect for. Then, there’s Vincent Kennedy McMahon. Shane said he heard Vince disown him, and decided that they need to create a new award for Father of the Year. Shane said Vince is an egomaniacal, out-of-touch basta—. Shane said Vince has lost touch with his family, the fanbase, and him. Shane said he’s going to use all of that anger inside him listening to his dad talk like that to fuel him at WrestleMania. He said it’s his destiny to control Raw. Vince’s tyranny stops. The Authority stops. The back-stabbing and backstage politics stops. Shane said there are so many talented wrestlers who never get a break, then there are those who get all the breaks without talent (dog whistle on Roman Reigns). Shane said he’s not sure how he’s going to beat Undertaker yet, but he will figure out a way before WM32. He said he walk out the next night in control of Monday Night Raw. Suddenly, the bell tolled for Undertaker. Instead, Vince McMahon’s music played. Vince strutted out with a sheepish look of “Oh, you were expecting someone else?” Vince came out on-stage to loud boos asking the crowd if they’re disappointed. “A-hole” chant from the crowd. Vince stopped talking and paused to listen, then mockingly conducted it to sleep. “Must be running out of steam. That’s it?” The crowd followed with a loud “C-M Punk” chant. McMahon paused, then spoke over the chant. The audience paused to listen, then McMahon kept talking as the chant faded out. Vince went back to last Monday when he wrote Shane out of his will and left Stephanie with everything. Then, he looked at a photo of them together in his desk. Shane was a little guy and they were about to go to Shane’s very first wrestling match. Vince introduced a photo of Vince standing in front of stairs holding Shane in his arms. The crowd awed. Vince then dropped the photo on the ground and stepped on it. Vince said Shane grew up thinking that his dad was invincible. But, somehow, he’s made Shane think the same way about himself. Vince said he’s Vincent Kennedy McMahon, while Shane is “just Vince’s son.” The crowd mocked Vince and picked up a “Shane O Mac” chant. Vince said he would like to talk about his grandsons when their father, Shane, watches him fail. Shane spoke to be careful. Vince warned Shane that he’s going to be loaded on the gurney at WrestleMania, but he’ll be there to wrap his arms around Shane’s sons. He said they’ll at least have one standing father figure. Vince continued that it’s ironic that his greatest creation (Undertaker) will take out his greatest failure (Shane) at WrestleMania.
 [Q2] Vince, satisfied with himself, brought out security guards to remove Shane from the ring. Security hit the ring to surround Shane, who warned that he’s a little amped up right now. “Get him out of there!” Vince screamed from the stage. Shane vowed to leave the ring peacefully as security entered the ring. Security got too close, so Shane kind of shot on one dude, then awkwardly punched another guy. The crowd tried to rally behind Shane, who eventually dumped out the security crew from the ring. The crowd roared after Shane’s attack, then Shane collected himself and left the ring.
 Owens backs Neville into the corner. Side headlock on Neville. Shoulderblock from Owens off the irish whip. Owens stomps away at Neville. Neville trying to fight back but Owens in control. Owens with the running senton but Neville gets the knees up. Neville unloads with kicks and a huge kick to the side of the head rocks Owens. Running forearm to Owens. Owens sent to the outside. Neville dives over the ropes but Owens side steps and sends Neville into the stairs
 Back from break, Owens still in control. Owens misses a cannonball. Owens counters a german suplex and hits one of his own. Second time around and again Neville counters the cannonball with an enziguri that sends Owens to the outside. Neville goes airborne and connects with a shooting star. Back in the ring, Neville again connects with another shooting star. Neville positions Owens on the top rope. Owens fights back with right hands and a kick to Neville. Owens from the top rope misses with the moonsault Neville with a superkick, Neville goes to the second rope and hits another shooting star. Nearfall on Owens and Owens with a roll up from behind for the three count The winner of the match: Kevin Owens Post Match: Owens attacks Neville and sends him shoulder first into the ring post. Owens then picks Neville up for a pop up powerbomb but Sami Zayn runs out for the rescue and a brawl breaks out between Owens and Zayn -Commercial-
 Video: Re-cap of Triple H's beatdown on Dean Ambrose from last week's Raw. This Saturday at Roadblock, Dean Ambrose gets his title match.
 Backstage: Stephanie is talking with Dolph Ziggler and Ziggler reminds Stephanie how he put The Authority out of power at Survivor Series and says at Wrestlemania Shane will put The Authority out of power again. Stephanie says since Ziggler wants to re-live history then tonight he will compete against three members of League Of Nations
 Summer attacks Brie at the bell. DDT to Brie. Summer stomps away at Brie. Surfboard on Brie. Brie flips Summer over and plants her face first. The Yes Kicks to Summer. Dropkick off the ropes Brie goes for the running high knee to the face but Summer side steps. Lana walks out to ringside and Summer Rae off the distraction rolls Brie up for the three count The winner of the match: Summer Rae Post Match: Lana hits Brie with the sit out facebuster
 Dean Ambrose comes out to the ring and takes the mic saying the Road To Wrestlemania was clear with everyone knowing where they were going but then along comes Dean Ambrose to screw everything up and threatens to win the Championship on March 12 Ambrose says he doesn't care what Triple H's or Roman Reigns' plans were and it's this little attitude that got him in trouble with authority and how he should have respect for authority. Ambrose says Triple H will respect Ambrose Saturday night when he drills Triple H's head into the mat and becomes the face of the WWE and his face is going to be on Oprah and he and Triple H are going to do tours together. Triple H will stand and clap when Ambrose walks into a room Ambrose says all the extra curricular activities that come along with being WWE Champion doesn't sound appealing but what does sound appealing is BEING the WWE Champion and he is going to be the kind of Champion that people deserve Triple H comes out and says he's going to bring Ambrose back to reality and the reality is the WWE Championship will stay with him for as long as he wants to. Roman Reigns tried and had to have his face glued together and maybe Ambrose needs to take another tripe to the announce table Ambrose says he will take a trip to the announce table and stand on it with the WWE Championship held way up high and then Triple H can "Suck It". Triple H calls Roadblock a name some idiot in marketing came up with and Ambrose and Reigns are alike in they have the same attitude and that's what got them both in trouble Triple H says if Ambrose doesn't stop he's going to get hurt. Ambrose says delusional has got him this far. Triple H says he's driven. Ambrose says he's having trouble hearing and asks Triple H to come a little closer so Ambrose can hear him better. Triple H begins to walk down the ramp towards the ring. Triple H asks the WWE Universe if they want to see him fight Dean Ambrose and they crowd cheers. Triple H says he doesn't fight on Ambrose's time or the WWE Universe's time. He fights on his time and that time is Saturday nightt Tonight, he's going to delegate and tonight Dean Ambrose faces the new face of fear Bray Wyatt and this Saturday Ambrose will learn in the end The Authority always wins
 Barrett stalks Ziggler and delivers a forearm to the back. kick to Ziggler. Irish whip, Ziggler ducks a clothesline and connects with a dropkick. Distraction from Sheamus and Ziggler turns around walking into a Winds Of Change from Barrett Barrett chokes Ziggler out on the ropes. Knee strikes by Barrett and Sheamus gets the tag delivering the Ten Beats Of The Bohdran. Rusev in now and Ziggler with a right hand but Rusev connects with a dropkick. Barrett back in lays Ziggler out on the top rope and delivers the running knee to the kidney. Ziggler with a roll up on Sheamus. Sheamus kicks out and delivers a clothesline. Irish whip into the corner. Shoulderblock and a kneelift Ziggler fights back. Kick to the face. Ziggler plants Sheamus with a DDT, Barrett back in and Ziggler sends Barrett shoulder first into the ring post. Clotheslines to Barrett. Swinging neckbreaker by Ziggler. Rusev runs into a big kick. Barrett from behind with a roll up. Superkick to Barrett. Rusev gets sent over the top rope. Ziggler misses with the Famouser. Rusev with a kick from the outside and Sheamus with a Brogue Kick for the three count The winners of the match: League Of Nations Backstage: Becky Lynch banged on the Divas locker room door to get Sasha Banks out for their match next. Sasha came out selling annoyance with Becky since she stuck her nose in her Divas Title match at WrestleMania. Becky told Sasha to watch their matches back since she had Sasha beaten in their #1 contender shots. So, accept that it’s a three-way for the title against Charlotte and get ready for tag action next. Becky stomped off, then Sasha reluctantly finished preparing for their match 
 Back from break, the heels were shown already in the ring. WWE also showed Ric Flair and Divas champion Charlotte down at ringside to watch the match. After full ring introductions for Becky and Sasha, Cole hyped Charlotte vs. Becky vs. Sasha for the Divas Title at WrestleMania. Once the match started, a brawl broke out. Sasha then caught Naomi in the Bank Statement to secure a quick tap-out. The winners of the match: Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks Post Match: Sasha did the belt-around-the-waist motion, then Charlotte blasted her from behind. Charlotte took out Sasha, then took the Divas Title belt and left the ring. Sasha and Becky recovered in the ring as Charlotte stood tall in the ring.
 Backstage: R-Truth was shown entering the arena dressed like a pizza deliveryman. Mark Henry asked him what he’s doing, then Truth walked up to Goldust with a Chicago deep dish pizza. Goldust asked what he’s doing. Truth said he’s trying to make up for dissing Goldust by doing something silly like he would do. Goldust took offense, saying a real tag partner would know he’s lactose intolerant. He said his butt would explode if he ate that pizza. Goldust accused Truth of a sick joke. Truth shouted after Goldust that he didn’t know about his exploding butt. Truth left, then Henry grabbed the pizza and said he loves Chicago to wrap the gag.
 Back from break, WWE tag champs New Day came to the ring for their latest title defense. Kofi Kingston, Big E., and Xavier Woods said no one is going to stop their title reign. Definitely not YA2J. Big E. said they are a real team, complete with matching team tattoos. Big E. thought the others got tattoos, too. No, that was just you, Big. Chris Jericho’s theme interrupted before New Day got too deep into their material. Jericho emerged on-stage sporting a “Y2AJ” t-shirt underneath his leather light-up jacket. A.J. Styles’s music then played to a strong reaction to bring out Styles in a matching t-shirt. Before the match started, Lilian Garcia handled formal ring introductions
 WWE Tag Team Championship: NEW DAY VS Y2AJ
Y2AJ took control early on, knocking the heels out of the ring. Double planchas to the outside as Woods freaked out across ringside. Jericho and Styles returned to the ring to stand tall and share a smile for the crowd heading to break. -Commercial- Raw returned to New Day controlling the match. Big E. and Kofi tagged in and out stomping Jericho in their corner, then Xavier worked the trombone to the “New … Day Rocks/Sucks” beat. Jericho came back with a missile dropkick, then an enziguiri to Kingston. Hot tag to Styles, who ran over Kofi. Styles delivered a sliding forearm to Kofi, then kipped up. Styles ducked a kick, then went into a super-fluid back flip reverse DDT on Kofi for a close two count. Beautiful execution of that complicated spot. Styles lost control, though, and took a Big Ending combo from Big E. and Kofi. Kofi covered, but Jericho dove onto everyone to break up a pin before three. Tag to Jericho. Jericho and Kofi exchanged control, then Jericho nailed a Lionsault onto Kofi as Styles blind-tagged into the match. Styles then nailed a springboard 450 splash onto Kofi, but Big E. yanked Kofi out of the ring just before three. Back in the ring, Styles took a kick from Kofi, then fell to his corner, where Jericho tagged himself in. Jericho put Kofi in the Walls of Jericho, and JBL said they have new tag champs, which everyone knows what that means. With Jericho still working the hold, Styles took out Xavier at ringside. But, Big E. chucked Styles into the barricade and ran into the ring to grab Jericho. Jericho posted Big E., though, and went for the Codebreaker, but Big E. blocked and powered Jericho into the air to deliver the Big Ending. Big E. covered Jericho for the win. The winners of the match: New Day Post Match: New Day celebrated out of the ring. Back in the ring, Jericho and Styles slowly recovered to their feet. Styles held up Jericho, who suddenly dropped him with the Codebreaker. Jericho’s face went heel mode as WWE went for crowd shots of stunned fans. Jericho delivered a second codebreaker, then a third to a lifeless Styles. Jericho left the ring and grabbed one of their Y2AJ t-shirts. He returned to the ring and stuffed the shirt in Styles’s mouth as WWE got a shot of the WrestleMania banner hanging in the arena. Jericho cussed out Styles, then stood tall to boos as Raw faded to commercial. 
 Moments Ago: New Day pinned Chris Jericho to retain the WWE Tag Titles. Then, Jericho turned on A.J. Styles. Backstage: Jericho was shown stomping down the hallway. Renee Young approached him for a comment. Jericho said here in Chicago where Y2J was born, all the crowd is chanting is “A-J-Styles, A-J-STYLES!” He said he hopes they enjoyed it because they’re not going to be chanting Styles’s name anymore. Saxton figured out that Jericho is upset over the fan support for Styles.
 Saxton said Breeze’s mission in WWE is to be “the most relevant Superstar in WWE.” That’s a misguided goal in storyline context of trying to win matches to earn title shots. It also got him another loss, as Kalisto polished off Breeze in two minutes with a running Salida Del Sol for the pin. The winner of the match: Kalisto
 Announcers: After Cole gave a dry, corporate endorsement of NXT, Cole and JBL talked up Big Boss Man’s 2016 WWE Hall of Fame induction. Backstage: Sin Cara talked up Kalisto, then Jo-Jo approached Kalisto to discuss the Road to WrestleMania. Kalisto name-dropped Rey Mysterio and Eddie Guerrero as his inspiration. Ryback interrupted the interview to wonder why he doesn’t have a match at WrestleMania. Ryback then looked down at Kalisto, saying he has nothing but respect for Kalisto, but he’s the Big Guy. Ryback went on a long spiel about super-heroes, then told Kalisto to watch him tear the wings off the Social Butterflies. The more he talked, the less interested the crowd became. There was no bite to the match they’re setting up for WrestleMania.
 The Social Outcasts were introduced to the ring for the latest Third Hour comedown segment. Heath Slater, Bo Dallas, Curtis Axel, and Adam Rose did their back-and-forth lines, then Axel growled about something. He did some chopping motions until the other three joined in and repeated it while dancing in a circle. Ryback’s music interrupted. The match is next.
 The match was joined in progress with Ryback working over Axel. Axel bailed to the floor, where the Outcasts used a numbers advantage to cut off Ryback. Back in the ring, Axel pounded away on Ryback. But, Ryback responded with Shell-Shock for a three count. Ryback headed right out of the ring to the back after winning. The winner of the match: Ryback Earlier Tonight: Shane McMahon called Vince McMahon bad names. Then, Vince stomped a photo of him holding little Shane. Vince tried to send security to the ring to escort Shane out of the building, but Shane did some jabs and knees to fight them off. Authority Office: Vince McMahon was on the phone having a random conversation about trying to break the old WM attendance record. Stephanie McMahon walked in to have a chat with Vince about Shane. What if Shane wins? Steph said Shane doesn’t always use his brain and he might do something crazy to win. “I got this,” Vince said. “But, what if you don’t?” Stephanie replied. “I said I got this okay? Thank you,” Vince told her. She walked off. 
 Smackdown plug: The Miz has Miz TV with Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. Plus, Chris Jericho explains his attack on A.J. Styles. In-ring: Dean Ambrose continued to pace the ring before Bray Wyatt’s theme interrupted. Bray spoke from a smoky, dark room. Bray sent a warning to Brock Lesnar for Roadblock. He vowed to conquer the conqueror. But, tonight, he will show how dangerous he is. Back in the arena, Bray slowly made his entrance without his henchmen by his side.
 The announcers ignored the absence of Wyatt’s henchmen in favor of a hypothetical discussion about what WWE and WM32 would look like if Ambrose won the WWE Title at Roadblock. Raw cut to break with Bray in control. The announcers were obviously produced to ignore the Wyatt henchmen’s absence to set up interference later on, but it was such a glaring item that it made the announcers seem like dolts.
 Back from break, Wyatt continued to work over Ambrose, stopping to taunt him a little. “Are you ashamed of yourself?” Bray chided. “Talk to me, Ambrose!” Bray knocked Dean to the outside, then slowly followed to the floor. Suddenly, both ran at each other with a double knock down clotheslines. After selling on the floor, both scurried back into the ring before a 10-count. The match continued in the ring with wild blows exchanged. Suddenly, Wyatt exploded on Dean with a lariat into a running butt splash for a two count. The fight moved back to the floor, where Bray slammed Dean across the barricade with a big uranage. Back in the ring, Bray continued to attack Dean before pausing for a Shinsuke Nakamura moment in the corner. Dean woke up and nailed his rebound lariat on Wyatt, though. Dean then flew at Bray with a flying attack from the second rope. And, suddenly, the Wyatt theme played. The lights came back on and the Wyatt Family was on the ring apron. The Wyatts attacked Dean as the bell sounded for yet another DQ/non-ending to a TV main event. The winner of the match via DQ: Dean Ambrose Post Match: The Wyatts dismantled Ambrose. Bray rubbed his henchmen as the crowd booed. Suddenly, Triple H’s theme music played. Hunter walked out on-stage, then made his way toward the ring as the Wyatts awaited his arrival. Hunter entered the ring and stared down Bray Wyatt, drawing “Yes!” chants from the crowd for something different on the Road to WM32. Bray stroked the title belt, then left the ring with his henchmen. Hunter was left alone in the ring with Ambrose, who continued to sell in the background. Hunter turned his attention to Ambrose to deliver a pre-Roadblock beat down. Suddenly, something caught Hunter’s attention. It was the announce table. Hunter left the ring to clear the announce table again, then he slowly returned to the ring to follow up. But … Dean surprised Hunter with Dirty Deeds in the middle of the ring. Dean picked up the WWE Title belt to loud cheers, then he staggered to his feet holding the title. Dean continued to hold the belt as the announcers plugged Roadblock on Saturday. Raw signed off 9 minutes past the top of the hour.

The February 22, 2016 episode of WWE aired live on the USA Network from the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, MI.
– RAW is live! We open up with a recap of Fastlane and Brock Lesnar’s attack on Dean Ambrose earlier in the evening.
– Vincent K. McMahon is out to present the “Legacy of Excellence” award named after this very own father, Vincent J. McMahon. Vince gets in the ring and announces that Stephanie M. McMahon will be receiving the award. Stephanie starts giving her acceptance speech, then Shane B. McMahon’s music hits and he comes out to the ring. He gets a “welcome back” from the fans. Shane says Stephanie isn’t worthy of the award.
Shane says Steph and Triple H are running WWE into the ground, and reveals that legally he is above Stephanie on the corporate ladder due to a side deal with Vince. It sounds like he’s going to take Stephanie’s control in the company. Vince sends Stephanie to the back, while him and Shane negotiate in the ring.
Shane says he doesn’t want any money, he just wants control of Monday Night RAW. The crowd chants “Yes!” Vince says Shane needs to win a match against an opponent of Vince’s choosing in order to get what he wants. Shane accepts. Vince says something that gets censored on the USA Network, something about beatings. Vince reveals that at WrestleMania 32, Shane will have to wrestle The Undertaker in a Hell In A Cell match. Welcome back Shane-o!
Neville & The Lucha Dragons vs. The New Day: About halfway through the match, Neville hits a very nicely done 450 splash on Big E from the apron to the floor at ringside. Kingston hits the Trouble In Paradise on Sin Cara for the pinfall victory.
Winners: The New Day
– Backstage, Roman Reigns says there’s no update on Dean Ambrose.
– Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman are out to the ring next. Heyman says Brock Lesnar layed out Dean Ambrose in the parking lot to injure him and take him out of WrestleMania as revenge for taking Lesnar out of the WM 23 main event. Heyman hits his mic and breaks it, they give him a new one. Heyman says Lesnar needs a new WrestleMania opponent right away.
While Lesnar and Heyman are still in the ring, Dean Ambrose drives an ambulance through the back and right out beside the stage. He stumbles out of the ambulance in a neck brace. He’s crawling around the stage selling his beating from earlier. Lesnar hops out of the ring to meet him at ringside. He steps on Ambrose’s head as he walks over him and heads to the back, leaving Ambrose laying at ringside.
Ambrose gets on the mic, still laying on the ground. He tells Lesnar to kiss his ass, and says he’s indestructible and wants a match with him at WrestleMania in a street fight. Lesnar walks down to ringside and gives Ambrose an F-5 on the floor.
The Usos vs. The Ascension: Before the match, the Dudleys come out and cut a promo on the Usos. The Ascension jump the Usos from behind to start the match. The Usos come back with superkicks and Jay hits a splash off the top for the 3 count.
Winners: The Usos
– After the match, The Dudleys mouth off to the Usos, but end up backing off up the ramp.
– Jericho is out to the ring to welcome people to RAW Is Jericho. He invites AJ Styles to the ring because he wants to say something to his face. Jericho congratulates AJ on proving he has what it takes to be in the WWE. They shake hands, then the Social Outcasts come out.
The Outcasts cut a promo on Jericho and AJ as they walk down to the ring. Jericho asks the crowd if they want to see him and AJ Styles as a team. They cheer, so Jericho says their first match as a team will be against members of the Outcasts.
AJ Styles & Chris Jericho vs. Curtis Axel & Heath Slater: Jericho and Styles hit lots of their signature moves. Axel avoids a Lionsault, but falls victim to the Walls of Jericho. While Axel is tapping, AJ lays out the rest of the outcasts with a suicide dive to the outside.
Winners: AJ Styles & Chris Jericho
– Backstage, HHH and Stephanie discuss Shane’s return. Stephanie then tracks down Reigns and tells him he has a match tonight.
– Goldust brings a cake to R-Truth to apologize for messing up his match last night. R-Truth rejects him and his cake. R-Truth smashes the cake in Goldust’s face and leaves.
Ryback & Big Show & Kane vs. Harper, Rowan and Bray Wyatt: Ryback gets big “Goldberg” chants while beating on Harper in the corner. He also gets what sounds like a “Gillberg” chant. As Kane chokeslams Rowan, Ryback leaves and walks to the back. Bray tags in and hits the Sister Abigail for the win.
Winners: The Wyatt Family
– Charlotte and Ric Flair come out to the stage and cut a promo on Sasha and Naomi. She says Becky and Sasha will have to wrestle each other to find out who gets a shot at her Divas title at WrestleMania.
– Backstage, Stephanie wonders what it is that Shane is holding over Vince. She says she refuses to work for her brother. Vince says the odds of him defeating The Undertaker are astronomical.
Roman Reigns vs. Sheamus: The other League of Nations members are at ringside. Sheamus beats down Reigns early, and Reigns comes back with a clothesline to the outside. He hits a flying clothesline on Sheamus off the steps at ringside. Rusev kicks Reigns in the head, the referee misses it. They are fighting back in the ring when HHH’s music hits and The Game comes out to the ring. Reigns meets him at ringside and they brawl. The crowd seems to be booing Reigns and cheering Triple H. Reigns clotheslines Triple H into the timekeeper’s area, then Triple H hits him with the bell. The crowd seems to be cheering for HHH and booing Reigns. Triple H smashes Reigns face into the table repeatedly and it looks like he’s bleeding from his nose. Triple H holds Reigns face up in front of the camera and pummels on him, then the referees break it up.
Triple H shoves the referees away and gives Reigns a Pedigree onto the steel steps at ringside. Triple H tells Reigns to “suck it” and holds up his WWE World Heavyweight Championship for the crowd.

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UFC Fight Night 83 took place on Sunday, February 21st in Pittsburgh, PA and aired on FOX Sports 1. Here are the results:
Main Card (FOX Sports 1)
  • Donald Cerrone def. Alex Oliveira via submission (triangle choke) at 2:33 of Round 1
  • Derek Brunson def. Roan Carneiro via TKO (punches) at 2:38 of Round 1
  • Cody Garbrandt def. Augusto Mendes via TKO (punches) at 4:18 of Round 1
  • Dennis Bermudez def. Tatsuya Kawajiri via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Chris Camozzi def. Joe Riggs via TKO (knees) at 0:26 of Round 1
  • James Krause def. Shane Campbell via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Preliminary Card (FOX Sports 1)
  • Sean Strickland def. Alex Garcia via TKO (punches) at 4:25 of Round 3
  • Oluwale Bamgbose def. Daniel Sarafian via knockout (head kick, punches) at 1:00 of Round 1
  • Anthony Smith def. Leonardo Augusto Leleco via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Nathan Coy def. Jonavin Webb via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)
  • Ashlee Evans-Smith def. Marion Reneau via split decision (30-27, 28-29, 29-27)
  • Lauren Murphy def. Kelly Faszholz via TKO (ground and pound) at 4:55 of Round 3
  • Shamil Abdurakhimov def. Anthony Hamilton via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
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WWE 2016 took place on Sunday, February 21st at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Michael Cole announced there are 14,446 fans in attendance.
Fastlane pre-show:
– Kalisto def. Alberto Del Rio: After brawling both inside and outside the ring, Kalisto jumps off the fan barrier at ringside towards Del Rio. Del Rio smacks Kalisto out of the air with a steel chair, which secures the first fall of the 2-out-of-3 falls match for Kalisto via DQ
Back in the ring, Del Rio works quickly and hits a stomp on Kalisto for the 1-2-3 and his first fall of the match.
Del Rio keeps control and takes Kalisto to the corner trying to remove his mask. Del Rio takes Kalisto to the outside and hits some offense before rolling back into the ring and leaving him out there. Kalisto gets back in the ring at the referee’s 9-count, and Del Rio once again turns Kalisto upside down in the Tree of Woe. Del Rio misses the stomp, and Kalisto drops Del Rio into the turnbuckle and rolls him up for the win.
Winner & still United States Champion: Kalisto
WWE Fastlane 2016:
Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch def. Tamina Snuka and Naomi: WWE’s second annual Fastlane broadcast will start with Divas tag team action. The match starts and Becky and Sasha are already arguing with each other. The eventually start working together and hit a double dropkick on Tamina. Naomi gets the tag and hits a series of kicks on Becky. Becky comes back with a suplex that sends Tamina to the outside, and all four women start fighting at ringside. Back in the ring, Becky lays out both Tamina and Naomi with a missile dropkick off the top. Tamina misses a clothesline and Sasha drops her into the Banks Statement. Naomi runs in but Becky stops her and applies the Disarm Her at the same time. Both members of Team BAD tap out.
Winners: Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch
Kevin Owens def. Dolph Ziggler: They lock up and Owens takes control with a quick headbutt that drops Ziggler. Owens misses a splash in the corner and Ziggler mounts a comeback with two big splashes of his own. Ziggler with rights hands, elbows and a neckbreaker for a close 2 count. Ziggler goes up top but Owens drops him on his crotch and his a cannonball for a close 2 count. Owens takes the action to the outside and tries to powerbomb Ziggler on the floor, but Ziggler reverses and hurricanranas Owens into the steel steps. Back in the ring, Ziggler hits a fameasser for another 2 count. Ziggler attempts the Sweet Chin Music, but Owens avoids it, throws him off the ropes, and hits the pop-up powerbomb for the 1-2-3.
Winner & still Intercontinental Champion: Kevin Owens
– The Big Show and Ryback are in the back talking about the Wyatt Family. They are eventually joined by Kane, who says they will send the Wyatts “straight back to hell.” A video package airs showing the history between The Wyatts, Big Show, Kane and Ryback.
Kane, The Big Show & Ryback vs. Erick Rowan, Luke Harper and Braun Strowman: Ryback and Rowan are in first, with Ryback getting the majority of the offense and hitting a dropkick for a 1-count. He tags in The Big Show, who starts laying into Rowan with chops in the corner. Ryback tags back in but eats an elbow from Rowan before Braun gets the tag. Braun takes control of the match with elbows and slams until Rowan gets tagged back in. Rowan attempts a suplex on Ryback, but Ryback blocks and hits one of his own. Kane gets the tag and lays out Rowan with a DDT and a dropkick for a 2 count. They brawl on the outside in front of Bray, who is sitting in a chair in front of the announcers’ table. Back in the ring, Harper and Ryback get the tags. Ryback hits several flying knees to the face on Harper in the corner. Ryback hits a few running powerslams and goes for the pin, but Rowan breaks it up. Kane comes in and chokeslams Rowan. Harper runs in, but Show gorilla press slams Harper to the outside and on to his teammates. Show goes to ringside and spears Braun.
Bray runs in on Ryback, but Kane lays him out. Ryback hits the Shellshocked on a distracted Harper for the win.
Winners: Ryback, Big Show and Kane
Brie Bella vs. Charlotte: Ric Flair is out with Charlotte. The two competitors go back and forth in the opening moments until Brie lays Charlotte out and imitates her father’s strut and “Wooo!” Charlotte comes back and throws Brie to the outside, then mocks Daniel Bryan’s “Yes!” motions before saying “where’s your sister now?” Back in the ring, Charlotte goes for an Alabama Slam but Brie reverses into a sunset flip for a 2 count. They trade submission holds for several minutes. Charlotte misses a big boot and Brie comes back with some strikes for a 2 count. Brie hits a dropkick off the top rope and starts selling a leg injury. She hits multiple kicks on Charlotte then an X-Factor for another 2 count. Charlotte comes back and goes for the Figure 4, Brie gets out and eventually locks her in a single leg Boston Crab. Charlotte gets out and locks Brie in the Figure 8 for the victory.
Winner: Charlotte
– We see a video package about AJ Styles’ WWE debut, including clips from him in WCW. Backstage, Chris Jericho talks about his two previous matches with AJ Styles.
AJ Styles vs. Chris Jericho: They trade holds early on until Jericho rolls to the outside to avoid the Calf Crusher. The crowd is dueling “AJ Styles” and “Y2J” chants. Back in the ring, Styles reverses an attempted Walls of Jericho with a hurricanrana. AJ follows up with a knee drop for a 2 count. Jericho goes up top and comes off with a punch to the face of AJ. AJ gets up and answers with a dropkick. AJ takes control of the match until Jericho sends him to the outside after a back body drop and a clothesline. Jericho throws him into the fan barrier then takes things back in the ring for a cross body block off the top for a 2 count. Jericho misses a splash in the corner and falls to the outside. Styles attempts a dive over the top to the outside, but Jericho catches him with a kick. Jericho hits a splash over the top on Styles for 2. Styles comes back with clotheslines and a forearm strike. Styles hits his patented springboard moonsault-into-a DDT, although they didn’t quite execute it perfectly. Styles misses a dropkick and Jericho hits the Lionsault for a 2 count. Jericho goes for a superplex but AJ gets out. He goes to the apron to springboard off the top rope, but Jericho catches him in mid-air with a springboard dropkick. Styles sits Jericho on the turnbuckle. Jericho slaps him in the face, and AJ answers with a Pele kick. He goes for a hurricanrana off the top but Jericho reverses into a powerbomb and a Walls of Jericho. Styles reaches the ropes, so Jericho throws him to the outside. He locks the Lion Tamer in on AJ at ringside, then rolls back into the ring. Styles climbs back in and walks right into a Codebreaker, but reaches the ropes to break the pin. Jericho wastes some time and calls Styles a “stupid son a bitch,” which receives some censorship on the WWE Network broadcast. Styles comes back and hits the Styles Clash but Jericho kicks out. Styles locks Jericho in the Calf Crusher and Jericho taps out.
Winner: AJ Styles
– AJ is celebrating his victory in the ring and is confronted by Chris Jericho. They end up shaking hands and Jericho walks to the back while Styles’ music plays.
– Edge and Christian are out to the ring next to interview The New Day. The New Day comes out and mix it up with E & C before they start cutting a promo on The League of Nations. This brings out Sheamus, Rusev, Del Rio and Barrett. The New Day heads to the back and the League starts talking trash to Edge and Christian. E & C tell them the ring is all theirs and they head to the back. They dance with The New Day on the ramp and tell people to watch their show after Fastlane on the WWE Network.
R-Truth vs. Curtis Axel: They trade offense until the other Social Outcast members get involved and give Axel the advantage. Goldust slowly walks down to the ring and trips Curtis Axel when both the referee and R-Truth are distracted. Goldust lays out members of the Outcasts at ringside. Goldust throws Adam Rose in the ring which distracts Truth and allows Axel to roll him up for the quick win.
Winner: Curtis Axel
Goldust apologizes to Truth in the ring after the match and Truth walks to the back, leaving Goldust alone in the ring.
Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns vs. Dean Ambrose: As soon as the bell rings, Lesnar beats down on Ambrose in the corner until Ambrose climbs out of the ring. He hits Reigns with two German suplexes, and lays out Dean Ambrose with a clothesline. Ambrose hits a missile dropkick off the top to the back of Lesnar when Lesnar is preoccupied with Reigns. Ambrose attempts a German suplex of the his own on Lesnar but it doesn’t work, and Lesnar tosses him with a belly to belly suplex. Reigns pulls Lesnar to the outside. Ambrose attempts a suicide dive on Lesnar, but Brock catches him with a belly-to-belly on the ringside floor. Back in the ring, he continues the trip to Suplex City on Reigns.
Lesnar hits an F-5 on Reigns, but Ambrose breaks up the pin. Ambrose slaps Lesnar in the face, which earns him some knees to the face and several German suplexes from the former UFC Heavyweight Champ. He goes for an F-5 on Ambrose, but Reigns hits Lesnar with a spear for a 2 count. He hits the Superman punch on Lesnar, and Lesnar rolls to the outside. Lesnar goes to F-5 Reigns through an announce table, but Ambrose makes the save with a legal low blow. They remove the monitors from the Spanish announce table and powerbomb Lesnar through it. Ambrose lays out Reigns and throws him in the ring.
Ambrose hits a bulldog and flying clothesline on Reigns for a 2 count. Ambrose and Reigns brawl in the ring until they notice Brock Lensar getting up and decide to double-team him. Ambrose starts stripping the English announce table and they powerbomb him through that one too. They bury Lesnar in broken table parts, then go back to fighting each other. Reigns hits the Superman punch on Ambrose but misses the spear. Ambrose hits the Dirty Deeds for 2. Reigns lifts Ambrose up on to his shoulders, then out of nowhere Brock Lesnar runs in and hits a German suplex on Reigns while Ambrose is still on his shoulders, which sends both men flying. Reigns comes back with a spear on Lesnar, but Lesnar quickly puts Reigns in a Kimura lock. Ambrose brings in a steel chair and starts pummeling Lesnar with it, then gives Reigns a few chair shots for good measure. Lesnar rolls out of the ring, and Reigns hits a spear on Dean Ambrose for the 1-2-3.
Winner: Roman Reigns
Reigns celebrates in the ring as fireworks go off. Triple H’s music hits and The Game walks down to the ring in a suit with his title belt. They stare each other down in the ring and look up at the WrestleMania sign on the ceiling.

Tag-WWE  Fastlane 2016 Results,Fastlane 2016 result,WWE PPV Result,

Bellator 149: Shamrock vs. Gracie is officially underway. The preliminary portion of the event has concluded and the quick-match results are available below.
Stick with us throughout the main card, which is in progress now, as we will be providing the most detailed and fastest-published round-by-round updates from the moment the first televised fight begins until the Ken Shamrock vs. Royce Gracie main event concludes.
Preliminary Fights
– Justin Wren def. Juan Torres via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
– Jeremy Mahon def. Davis Sylvester via TKO (R3, 4:22)
– C.J. Hancock def. Ruben Esparsa via submission (rear-naked choke) (R3, 1:26)
– Adrian Yanez vs. Ryan Hollis via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
– Isaac Villanueva def. Richard Knepp via knockout (R1, 0:42)
– Mike Trinh def. Angel Zamora via submission (armbar) (R1, 3:49)
– Jason Langellier def. Anthony Ivy via submission (anaconda choke) (R1, 2:09)
– Manny Lozoya def. Jacob Norsworthy via submission (guillotine) (R1, 2:33)
NOTE: Now that the online preliminary fights have wrapped up it’s time to switch gears. For the remainder of the evening we will be providing lightning fast, detailed updates of every fight on tonight’s main card. Stick wiith throughout the duration of the event tonight for the absolute best round-by-round live results coverage on the web!
Main Card Fights
Emmanuel Sanchez (149.2) vs. Daniel Pineda (148.2)
Round 1: Sanchez and Pineda come out feeling each other out on the feet until Pineda successfully scores a single leg takedown in the first minute of the round. Pineda is moving in and out of half-guard, trying to control and establish offense, however Sanchez is doing a good job of keeping his hips busy to keep Pineda busy focusing on controlling position as opposed to inflicting damage. After a minute on the mat, Sanchez works his way to his feet. They go right back down but pop right back up and we’re back to a striking contest with just under three minutes remaining in the round. Pineda takes Sanchez back down and scores more points in the process. No damage was done during the brief standup portion just now. Pineda has full mount and has Sanchez’s legs grapevined, but Sanchez scrambles and Pineda goes for an armbar before losing top control altogether. He kicks at a grounded Sanchez’s legs until diving back in and immediately going for a calf-crusher. He doesn’t get it and the round ends. Easy round to score. scores the round 10-9 for Daniel Pineda
Round 2: Pineda lands a good shot on the feet to start off the second round of this three-round opening bout of the evening. Pineda slips a few moments later and ends up on the mat. Sanchez dove right in and is now controlling a grounded Pineda from top position. Inside Pineda’s half-guard, Sanchez looks to improve his position while mounting a slight bit of offense from the top. Pineda doing a good job from the bottom of avoiding damage and keeping Sanchez in his half guard. The two scramble back to their feet just seconds before the half-way point of the round. Before much happens, Pineda takes Sanchez down and now he’s working from top position. Pineda is inside Sanchez’s full guard just hanging out on top for now. Not a lot of action since the fight hit the ground again. Pineda is still on top but isn’t doing much. The referee stands the fighters up and restarts the fight on the feet. Sanchez immediately changes levels and takes Pineda down. Sanchez working from top posiition as Pineda gives him his back but quickly rolls again, settling in with Sanchez on top inside his half guard. The two work their way back to the feet and Pineda is the forward-moving aggressor early on. He throws a few strikes at Sanchez just to get him thinking and then quickly changes levels and successfully takes Sanchez down again. Tougher round to score, could be impactful depending on how debated this upcoming third and final round ends up. Could easily score this round 10-9 for Pineda, but Sanchez did land a nice head kick during a standup exchange that was just shown and hyped on the in-between round replay highlights of the round. He also spent a considerable amount of time in top position on the ground, so we’ll give him the round, tying the match 1-1 going into the final frame. scores the round 10-9 for Emmanuel Sanchez
Round 3: The third and final round is now in progress and could be the deciding round if it goes to the scorecards. Sanchez quickly gets the fight to the ground and is working from top position with a bigger sense of desparation in this round compared to his top work on the ground in round two. He’s definitely trying to rack up points in case this one goes to the cards, which appears likely the way this one has been going. We’re at the half way point in the round and Pineda gets some space, so he stands up but makes the mistake of turning his back once on his feet, allowing Sanchez to back him straight up and land some strikes on the feet. Sanchez now has Pineda’s back against the cage and is working from an over-under clinch. Pineda, from standing position, drops to the ground and rolls, looking to tie up a leg of Sanchez and work on any number of leg submissions if/when the leg was secure, however Sanchez defends well and avoids any danger in the process. Now Sanchez has established top position and works towards full mount, but before he can do anything, Pineda bucks his hips and escapes out the back door. He stands back up and the two exchange briefly before Pineda misses a home run head kick attempt, allowing Sanchez to dive on top of him after he slipped throwing the kick and end the round — and the fight — working from top position on the ground. The buzzer sounds to end the round and the fight. We’re going to the scorecards and it could be an interesting decision in our opening TV bout this evening, depending on how the judges viewed the action. We’ll give Sanchez the third and the fight. It was clear that Pineda has more tools and is more of a risk-taker, but ultimately if Sanchez got the second, he clearly got the third and could very well win a decision against an opponent that seemed to be a more skilled fighter tonight. scores the round 10-9 for Emmanuel Sanchez
Emmanuel Sanchez def. Daniel Pineda via Split Decision (29-28 P, 29-27 S, 29-28 S)

Welcome to page two of our Bellator 149 live, round-by-round results coverage of the televised main card fights. Up next is the co-featured bout of the evening, which is a rematch between former Bellator Light Heavyweight Champion Emanuel Newton and durable challenger Linton Vassell.
Emanuel Newton (205) vs. Linton Vassell (205.4)
Round 1: Our second fight of the evening is underway, as former Bellator Light Heavyweight Champion Emanuel Newton looks to match or beat his October 2014 victory over durable challenger Linton Vassell, which he won via 5th round submission at Bellator 130. Early on both guys swing with bad intentions on the feet, but nothing of note finds the mark for either guy. About a minute into the round, the action hits the mat. Vassell is working from top position and appears to have an arm triangle in mind, but Newton is against the fence so Vassell can’t hop over to finish the potential submission. This lasts for over a minute, meaning Newton is no-doubt falling behind on the cards here in the first round. Vassell gets to Newton’s back and immediately looks for the rear-naked choke, but Newton defends well enough that Vassell backs off and looks to better secure his back control while trying to strike when an opening presents itself. This doesn’t last long as the always-busy Newton manages to get back to the feet. He even scores his own takedown just as the first round ends, but it’s likely too-little, too-late in terms of securing the first round on the cards. Should be an easy 10-9 for Vassell in this three-round rematch of their initial five-round fight. scores the round 10-9 for Linton Vassell
Round 2: With only three rounds instead of five, like their first round, that was a big round one for Vassell, who now has two rounds — but only needs one of them — to win a decision here tonight in Houston. The second rouond gets underway with both guys looking for takedowns. Neither gets their opposition down to the mat, so they start committing a bit more to their standup striking exchanges. Newton starts working on some low kicks, with one of his inside leg kick attempts catching Vassell in the pills. The referee stops the action after the low blow, allowing Vassell to recover while warning Newton to watch his kicks. The action resumes a few moments later and Vassell comes in swinging somewhat wildly. Newton misses with a wild, overhand right haymaker attempt in a fight that is slowly starting to slip away from the former Bellator Light Heavyweight Champion. Just as I say that, Newton gets Vassell down to the mat and is working for an arm choke from top position. Vassell escapes and tries getting back up, but Newton muscles him back to the mat. Vassell pops up again and the two are clinch-fighting across the cage. Newton gets Vassell’s back against the fence while still in the clinch. He tries switching levels and going low for a leg, hoping to dump Vassell to the mat, but he doesn’t get the job done and actually hits Vassell low as the two were separating. This one has Vassell on the mat in pain and evoked an “ooohhh!!” from the fans during the slow-mo replay. The referee actually takes a point from Newton, who as the announcers point out, is already down on the cards in this three-round fight. This theoretically puts Newton down 20-18 without the second round even being over yet, so he’s potentially down by 3 points if this fight goes into a third and final round. Vassell is down to one minute left to recover, as he has taken four minutes and still hasn’t said he’s ready to continue. The referee notifies the judges of the official Newton point deduction. The action resumes with exactly one minute left in a round that Vassell was already winning up until the low blow and point deduction. The two trade some leg kicks, with each guy thinking body-kick at the same time. Newton’s partially landed while Vassell’s veered off and missed the mark completely. Newton with a wild right that partially lands twice in a row as the second round ends. Newton needs a finish in the third if he wants any chance of getting his hand raised tonight. 10-8 for Vassell in the second, not due to a near finish, but for the point deduction for the low blow and the fact that he also won the round itself. scores the round 10-8 for Linton Vassell.
Round 3: The third and final round of this Light Heavyweight rematch between Emanuel Newton and Linton Vassell is now underway. Newton scores a takedown with just under four minutes remaining. The fight quickly returns to the feet where Newton bullies Vassell up against the cage back-first. He looks for the takedown from there but ends up on his back with Vassell on top. The third round and fight ends in this position after a minute of Vassell working like a madman from top position. Should be another 10-9 for Linton, giving him the 30-26 victory on our unofficial scorecard. The announcers are talking like a draw is possible, which I’m not sure how that would even be possible. Their unofficial card has Vassell winning 29-27, with them giving him the first and third and giving Newton the second, making their second round score 9-9 due to the low blow point deduction to Newton. Judges decision coming up after the commercial break! scores the round 10-9 for Linton Vassell
Linton Vassell def. Emanuel Newton via Unanimous Decision (30-26, 29-27, 29-27)
Melvin Guillard (158) vs. Derek Campos (155)
Round 1: After a lengthy break between fights, which including two big fight announcements and a Mike Tyson interview, the opening round is now officially underway. The action gets going right away, with Melvin Guillard (who has his hair dyed blonde in honor of the late, great Kevin Randleman) charging directly at late-replacement opponent Derek Campos with huge bombs on the feet, however it’s Campos who drops “The Young Assassin” to his knees with a big punch. Campos gets top position on Guillard on the ground and for the next couple of minutes, Guillard defends and avoids most of Campos’ attempts to inflict damage from the top before the action returns standing. Guillard lands what appeared to be a big knee that landed pretty flush before Campos eats it and charges forward with wild power strikes. He doesn’t really score much with those and now the two are back to showing respect and setting up their shots here on the feet as the final seconds tick away. Guillard misses a wild roundhouse head kick attempt to close out the first round. By the way, Mike Tyson stuck with the announcers and is providing excited fan-boy style additional color-commentary during this fight. scores the round 10-9 for Derek Campos.
Round 2: The second round is now underway. Within the first 30 seconds of the round, Canpos landed a body shot that clearly hurt Guillard. From tthere, with Guillard badly hurting with his back against the cage, Campos follows-up like a madman. He gave Guillard no chance to recover and landed some very big, very clean shots that dropped him and finished him off for the stoppage victory here in the second round. Campos, who as noted took this fight on short notice, had his gamble pay off in a big way as he becomes the second person ever to knockout Melvin Guillard. For those curious, the other guy to KO Guillard was Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone. Official time and winner announcement coming up after the commercial break. Stay tuned!
Derek Campos def. Melvin Guillard via TKO (R2, 0:32).

Welcome to page three of our Bellator 149 live, round-by-round results coverage of the televised main card fights. Up next is the co-featured bout of the evening, featuring Kimbo Slice vs. Dada 5000.
– Kimbo Slice (232) vs. Dada 5000 (265)

Round 1: Both guys are in the cage the referee is giving them their final pre-fight instructions. The first round is now officially underway. “Big” John McCarthy will be the referee for this one. As expected, both guys throw wild power punches while standing, however it is Kimbo Slice who backs up and changes levels, scooping up Dada 5000 and dumping him to the mat before settling in the full mount position. A rare full-mount warning comes from “Big” John, who wants to see more action. Soon after, Dada works back to his feet and grabs Kimbo in a sloppy over-under clinch. Kimbo is working with his back off the cage and Dada leaning on him in a clinch. The action stalls until “Big” John separates them and restarts the action. Both guys swing wildly again wiith Dada moving forward before Dada clinches with Kimbo and pushes him back into the cage again. One minute remains in this opening round. They end up clinched against the cage doing nothing again until “Big” John restarts them again. With ten seconds remaining, Kimbo lands a nice right hand and Dada clinches with him as the bell sounds to end the round. Kimbo scored an early takedown and a solid punch at the end of the round. Dada 5000 was the forward-moving aggressor and busier offensive fighter. Round could go either way. We’ll go with Kimbo for the aforementioned reasons, and because Dada didn’t have him close to finished at any point. scores the round 10-9 for Kimbo Slice
Round 2: “Big” John warns Dada not to take so long getting off his stool again or he’ll take a point. With that said, the second round of our co-main event of the evening gets underway with both street brawlers seeming pretty fatigued already. Kimbo takes Dada down after a brief, sloppy striking exchange with neither guy landing anything of significance. Kimbo stands up and lands a big shot while standing before backing up and forcing Dada to stand back up. He does and the two quickly clinch and bore everyone watching until they are separated again. Kimbo gets Dada down and yet again due to a lull in action, “Big” John pauses the action on the ground before restartting them on their feet. An exhausted Dada catches an exhausted Kimbo with a good shot before clinching with him and doing nothing until — you guessed it — “Big” John McCarthy stops and restarts the action. Kimbo is so tired that he went down to a knee on his own. He had just enough energy to pull Dada down, getting him down to the mat on his back before Dada voluntarily rolled over, allowing Kimbo to finish and get top position. After another restart, Dada connects and rocks Kimbo with a punch standing. Kimbo is in survival mode now as a tired Dada lands some follow-up shots. He doesn’t finish him, however, as the bell saves Kimbo and ends the second frame. Third and final round is up next and while on our cards it’s even going in, there could be any combination of scores after these two rounds. scores the round 10-9 for Dada 5000
Round 3: The third and final round gets underway after both fighters had to be helped off of their stools. They physically appear to be completely exhausted headed into this final round. Within the first few seconds, Dada responds to a Kimbo punch by briefly rocking the original street fighting legend, much like he did in the final moments of the second rouond. It isn’t long after, however, that Kimbo rocks and hurts Dada, and unlike Dada, he manages to follow-up effectively. He drops and stops Dada 5000 in the third round. Official decision coming up after the break. Stay tuned!
Kimbo Slice def. Dada 5000 via TKO (R3, 1:32)
– Royce Gracie (190.8) vs. Ken Shamrock (201.2)

Round 1: The pre-fight video package for Shamrock-Gracie 3 just finished airing. After a quick break, we return and Ken Shamrock is first to make his walk to the cage. The announcers try and sell the historic significance of this fight. Out next is the legendary Royce Gracie. The final prre-fight introductions have concluded. UFC Hall Of Famers and arguably the two biggest MMA pioneers both make their way to the center of the cage. They touch gloves and head back. Round one is now officially underway. Shamrock and Gracie come out patient and spend some time slowly feeling each other out. Gracie flips a kick at Shamrock to judge the distance between them. Shamrock is moving forward while Gracie is backing and circling, however nothing of note has happened as we pass the first 90 seconds of the fight. The fans are already loudly boo’ing the non-action they are seeing until out of nowhere Gracie is pounding away on a grounded Shamrock. The referee stops it and there’s already controversy that the shot that put Shamrock down was a low blow. The announcers are confused waiting on replays. The replay shows Royce Gracie land a big knee to Shamrock’s face whiile Shamrock clearly and immediately sells a low blow that seemingly didn’t happen. Certainly wasn’t captured by the many camera angles Bellator just showed. Now we see a new angle that hadn’t been shown yet that shows Shamrock did get hit low. Shamrock is in rage-mode as he complains, shouting “He did it on purpose!” over and over again. After the fight, Royce just talks about how he and Shamrock are fighters and were the originals. When Shamrock is interviewed, he apologized for losing his cool and said it wasn’t Royce’s fault, since it’s the referee’s job to stop the action.
Royce Gracie def. Ken Shamrock via TKO (R1, 2:22)

Tag- Bellator 149  Results,MMA Results

Event: WWE Monday Night RAW
Airdate: Monday, February 15th, 2016 (USA Network)
Location: The Honda Center in Anaheim, CA

“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
The show opens with highlights from the contract signing for WWE Fastlane involving Brock Lesnar, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. We then see Lesnar and Ambrose brawling with Reigns later getting involved last week on RAW.
We go live to Anaheim where WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose walks out to kick off the show tonight. We get a plug for WWE Fastlane this Sunday night featuring Brock Lesnar vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Roman Reigns with the winner moving on to WrestleMania 32 to face Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
Ambrose grabs a mic and says he is in for the fight of his life this Sunday. He said that is Sunday and tonight is Monday Night RAW. Ambrose said he learned as a kid that when the biggest bully comes at you, he did what he had to do and he has a feeling that the beast is pretty angry with “old Deano.” He said we might be in sunny California, but he heard an F5 might be rolling through tonight so Lesnar can finish what he started. Ambrose calls out “the big gorilla” Lesnar. Stephanie McMahon walks out instead.
Stephanie grabs a mic and is confused why Ambrose would be touting his “lack of performance” against Brock Lesnar last week and how he had to rely on Roman Reigns to get in a cheap shot from behind. She said we will find out this Sunday at Fastlane if Ambrose can overcome both Lesnar and Reigns to face her husband, The Game, in the main event of WrestleMania. Ambrose said he understands how this goes and he’d rather get to the fighting instead. Stephanie asks the crowd if they want to see Ambrose take an F5 tonight. The crowd cheers. Stephanie says how awkward of the crowd to cheer that. She announces that tonight F5 stands for Fatal 5 Way as Ambrose’s WWE Intercontinental Championship will be on the line. Before she leaves, Stephanie said if Roman Reigns interferes in the match tonight then Ambrose will be disqualified from competing in the triple threat match this Sunday night at Fastlane. She wonders how Reigns will play it tonight – save your friend and increase your chances at Fastlane. Stephanie backs off and announces the title match is up right now.
Kevin Owens, Stardust, Tyler Breeze and Dolph Ziggler are out next.
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Fatal 5 Way – WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Dean Ambrose (c) vs. Kevin Owens vs. Stardust vs. Tyler Breeze vs. Dolph Ziggler
We are back live and a big brawl breaks out with everyone involved. Stardust is working over Ambrose on the ropes. Breeze jumps in as well. Owens and Ziggler are brawling on the outside with Ziggler tossing Owens up on the announce table. Ambrose tosses Breeze out and clotheslines Stardust. Ambrose with a high elbow to Stardust from the corner and then plants him with a quick scoop slam. Ambrose with a missile dropkick to Stardust off the top rope. Owens drops Ambrose quickly jumping back in the ring. Owens with clubbing blows to the head of Ambrose. Ambrose with right hands to Owens. Owens pulls Ambrose face first into the corner and gets in repeated stomps. Ambrose gets a boot up on Owens and pulls down the top rope sending Owens over. Ziggler with a huge dropkick on Ambrose as Ambrose was doing for a suicide dive. Ziggler with a splash in the corner and a flying elbow combo over Ambrose. Ambrose sends Ziggler over the top rope. Stardust with a sitdown bomb on Ambrose. Breeze with a dropkick to Stardust. Owens levels Breeze with a clothesline. Owens powerbombs Breeze over the top rope taking out Ziggler and Stardust. Ambrose witha kick to Owens. Ambrose counters a Pop Up Powerbomb and hits a suicide dive on Ziggler, Stardust and Breeze on the outside. Ambrose with a swinging neckbreaker on Owens, goes up top and connects with a flying elbow. Stardust breaks up the pinfall and tosses Ambrose into the steel ring steps. Breeze with a kick to Stardust as we head to a break.
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We are back live as Ambrose is getting in jabs and chops to Stardust. Ambrose drops Stardust with repeated clotheslines, corner elbow and a running bulldog. Stardust cuts off Ambrose up on the top rope. Ambrose headbutts Stardust away. Breeze with a right to Ambrose. Ambrose fights him off. Ziggler jumps up and brings Ambrose down with a facebuster. Breeze sends Ziggler shoulder first into the post. Stardust with a kick to Breeze, misses one on Owens and Owens with a superkick to Stardust. Owens hooks the leg of Ambrose and gets a two count. Owens with cannonballs to Breeze, Ziggler and Stardust. Breeze with a superkick and spinning kick to Owens. The pinfall gets broken up immediately. A “THIS IS AWESOME” chant breaks out. Ambrose tosses Breeze over the top rope, eats an uppercut from Stardust, bounces off the ropes and levels Stardust with a big clothesline. Zig Zag on Ambrose as Ambrose brought Stardust down with Dirty Deeds. Owens with a Pop Up Powerbomb on Breeze, hooks the leg and gets the pinfall!
Winner and new WWE Intercontinental Champion: Kevin Owens
After the match, we see a shot of a shocked Dean Ambroes as Kevin Owens grabs the WWE Intercontinental Championship and holds it up laughing.
AJ Styles vs. The Miz is announced for later tonight.
Brie Bella will take part in an exclusive interview.
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We are back live as Renee Young catches up with Dean Ambrose. Ambrose talks about being angry, frustrated and not at all surprised by The Authority. He promises to win this Sunday and he will face Triple H at WrestleMania with “nothing to lose.”
Kevin Owens walks up and says he told everyone that this was his WWE Intercontinental Championship and wants recognition from Renee Young. He wants her to tell the world that he was right. Ziggler walks up clapping congratulating him on the “job done.” Owens tells Ziggler to get out of his spotlight. Ziggler brings up beating Owens in the last few weeks and why he deserves to get a title shot this Sunday at Fastlane. Owens says, “Nah.”
The New Day is out next in Anaheim. The Cutting Edge Peep Show takes place this Sunday at Fastlane featuring New Day as the special guests on the WWE Network.
New Day has mics in hand as we return live. Big E said the last time Edge and Christian “stepped to your boys they totally reeked of bootay.” Kofi Kington said you do not bring a kazoo to a trombone fight. Xavier Woods said it isn’t a real instrument. Big E said they are really here to talk about Mark Henry walking out on the New Day. Kofi talks about how Henry could have been the World’s Strongest Unicorn and is instead the World’s Largest Booty Hole. Mark Henry’s music hits and he walks out for the next match.
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Mark Henry vs. Big E w/ New Day
Henry with a big slam on Big E early. New Day with a distraction allowing Big E to get in shots on Henry on the outside including driving him into the ring barricade. Big E yells, “I’m his daddy now!” Big E tosses Henry back in and stomps away in the corner. Woods gets on the trombone on the outside as Big E connects with a big splash over Henry. Henry kicks out after two. Big E with a second splash over Henry and Henry again kicks out. Big E picks up Henry and is trying to apply an abdominal stretch. Henry counters with a hip toss and repeated clotheslines. Henry with a big powerslam on Big E. Woods jumps up on the ring apron playing his trombone. Henry knocks him off into Kofi. Henry with a big boot on Big E. Big E has Henry up on his shoulders showing his power getting ready to hit the Big Ending. Henry rolls off the shoulders of Big E and is clutching his ribs. Big E covers Henry for the win.
Winner: Big E
After the match, we can see the referee attending to Mark Henry who might have injured his ribs. Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods jump in to celebrate with Big E.
Up next is an exclusive interview with Brie Bella.
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Brie Bella Interview
Brie Bella is out next to talk with Byron Saxton. We see footage from Daniel Bryan’s retirement last week on RAW. Back live, Brie said last week was very hard for Daniel, but he was able to turn a bad situation into a positive. Charlotte’s music hits to cut her off.
The WWE Divas Champion has a mic in hand as Ric Flair joins her. Charlotte said she was blown away by Daniel’s retirement speech last week. She said she can speak for everyone that we won’t see another Superstar like Daniel Bryan. Charlotte said he really was in a league of his own. Brie corrects her saying “he is in a league of his own.” Charlotte said it isn’t like he died or something so silly her. Brie said he’s looking forward to the next chapter of his life. Charlotte said you really have to live every day like it is your last. She understands if Brie has to forfeit for Fastlane and that most women would want to be at home with their husband. Charlotte said it might be a little selfish. Brie said Daniel supports her 100 percent. Charlotte said Daniel and Brie must really need the money. Brie said Charlotte claimed to have injured her sister Nikki and now she’s attacking Daniel. Charlotte said she never attacked Daniel. She tells Brie she needs to go home. “I don’t need you. They certainly don’t need you,” adds Charlotte. She said her sister and Daniel need Brie. Brie said she isn’t an “easy beat” at Fastlane and is disgusted at the champion Charlotte has become. Charlotte tells her father to leave the ring. She gets in Brie’s face and hopes she remembers this moment giving her the opportunity to walk away. Charlotte says Brie will have a goat faced baby with Daniel. Brie tackles Charlotte and gets in repeated kicks to the chest as the fans chant “YES” along with her. Charlotte bails out and is helped up by Ric Flair.
Big Show vs. Braun Strowman is plugged for later tonight.
Chris Jericho is out next to join commentary.
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We see actor Gerard Butler at ringside tonight.
AJ Styles vs. The Miz
Miz attacks Styles immediately when Styles was getting inside the ring. Miz stomps away at Styles and drops some big left hands. The referee gets Miz to back off, checks on Styles and officially calls for the bell. Styles with an elbow to Miz, goes for a right and Miz backs off quickly. Miz with a low knee and kick to the face of Styles. Miz with big lefts. Miz applies pressure to the back of Styles’ neck with his knee. Miz drives his knee into the lower back of Styles and applies a headlock. Miz with a inverted DDT and neckbreaker combo on Styles. Styles with a roll up on Miz for a two count. Miz with another inverted DDT, Styles counters a neckbreaker into a backslide pin for a two count and Styles fires back with kicks. Miz dropkicks Styles through the ropes sending Styles flying into the ring barricade. Miz bails and starts pointing at Jericho at ringside. Styles springboards off the steel steps and hits Miz.
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We are back live as we see Miz up top and catching Styles with a quick shot. Styles counters and catches Miz with a big boot in the corner. Styles with a clothesline, high elbow and a running elbow to the head of Miz. Styles with a splash to Miz in the corner and then drops Miz over his knee from an abdominal stretch position. Miz drops Styles face first and gets a two count. Styles counters a Skull Crushing Finale into a roll up for two. Styles with repeatedy body shots, another roll up and Miz again kicks out. Styles with a Pele Kick to Miz, forearm to the head during the pin and Miz kicks out. Styles drops Miz jaw first off the top rope. Miz launches Styles to the ring apron. Styles with his springboard flying forearm to Miz, hooks the leg and Miz again kicks out. Skull Crushing Finale on Styles. Styles somehow kicks out and Miz can’t believe it. Styles locks on the Calf Crusher. Miz taps out.
Winner: AJ Styles
After the match, Chris Jericho grabs a mic and goes to talk to AJ Styles when Styles cuts him off. Styles said Jericho got his win last week on Smackdown, but it’s “eating you up inside that the great Chris Jericho was beaten by me in my first WWE match.” He offers up a third match that the world wants to see at Fastlane this Sunday. Jericho gets inside the ring as a “Y2J” chant breaks out. He said the match sounds like a good idea, but adds he isn’t sure if he wants to wrestle Styles again and offers up an answer this Thursday night on Smackdown.
The Dudley Boyz are up next.
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The Dudley Boyz: “The tables are gone forever”
We are back live as The Dudley Boyz head to the ring. They tease taking a table out from under the ring and D-Von puts it back under the ring. Bubba Ray grabs a mic and laughs about the fans thinking they were going to get the tables. He calls out The Usos because they have something he thinks they should hear. Bubba reminds himself what happened on RAW last Monday with The Dudley’s putting them through tables. We see footage from RAW last Monday night of the attack on The Usos.
Back live, Bubba and D-Von are smiling as D-Von grabs the mic. D-Von said The Usos are just like “you people.” He said they all thought it was going to be the good old Dudley Boyz after being gone the last 10 years. D-Von said they aren’t some farewell tour. “We are – whether you like it or not – the baddest tag team on the planet.” Bubba said if you didn’t see Smackdown he has some news: the tables are gone forever. He said the bright side is you could always go on the WWE Network and pull up the best of The Dudley’s. Bubba wants the tag title reigns to be remembered the most and not some piece of furniture. The crowd starts up a “WE WANT TABLES” chant. Bubba said those chants now fall on deaf ears. “We don’t give a damn what you chant,” adds Bubba. D-Von closes with his testify line.
Paige is up next.
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Paige vs. Summer Rae
Summer with shoves to Paige. Summer with a roll up for two. Summer with a quick arm drag. Summer with a flipping takedown on Paige with some rights. Paige with a quick kick to the body and trips up Summer. Paige with a high knee to the jaw of Summer. Paige with big knee lifts to the chest of Summer from the ring apron. Summer drops Paige and gets in a quick leg drop. Summer chokes Paige with her boot in the corner. Summer keeps Paige grounded with a modified headlock. Paige counters out. Paige with body kicks and finishes off with a big body kick. Paige with a high knee in the corner and then another running knee. Paige covers and Summer kicks out. Summer rolls up Paige and gets the pinfall!
Winner: Summer Rae
After the match, Paige smiles and Summer screams, “I told you!”
Michael Cole, JBL and Byron Saxton plug Fastlane this Sunday on the WWE Network.
We see Paul Heyman heading to the arena and Cole said he has something to say.
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Brock Lesnar returns to WWE Smackdown this Thursday night. Lesnar will also be appearing on ESPN SportsCenter tomorrow night with Jonathan Coachman.
Paul Heyman has something to say to Roman Reigns
Paul Heyman is in the ring with a mic representing Brock Lesnar. Heyman said this Sunday night the WWE Network will offer you live coverage of a most historic triple threat match. He talks about the winner moving on to face Triple H at WrestleMania in the main event for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Heyman is aware Roman Reigns is in the back and asks him nicely to come out right now so he can say something right to his face.
Roman Reigns’ music hits and he walks out through the crowd. Reigns gets in the ring and Heyman extends his hand. Reigns shakes it. Heyman wants to thank him for coming out and wants to say the following with the utmost respect: “this Sunday night you know that I feel that you can’t get by my beast Brock Lesnar.” He adds not even Dean Ambrose or the two of them combined. Heyman said Reigns probably dreams about winning this Sunday night, headlining WrestleMania and winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship this year so he can go home to his family to say “daddy did it.” He brings up both Lesnar and Ambrose being in the way of that dreams and Reigns has a choice to make: your daughter or your best friend. Heyman adds Reigns can’t keep his promise to his daughter and still maintain a “brother” in Ambrose. He said some people choose friends over family and they end up in divorce court. Heyman said Brock Lesnar is Reigns’ enemy…but so is Dean Ambrose. Reigns says Heyman is good and thanks him shaking his hand. He said no one says what they are thinking right to someone’s face. Reigns said he made a choice a long time ago and he’s willing to pay the price – just like Dean Ambrose. He talks about beating Ambrose before and never beating Lesnar. Reigns said Heyman is right: everything is on the line this Sunday at Fastlane. He promises to win this Sunday and move on to WrestleMania to beat Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. “And now I know that you believe that,” adds Reigns. Reigns shakes his hand and Heyman backs off.
The Dudley Boyz hit the ring and start attacking Reigns. Bubba and D-Von stomp away at Reigns and then throw some big right hands. D-Von picks up Reigns throwing more rights. Reigns starts fighting back. Reigns with headbutt to D-Von. Bubba Ray with a big boot that levels Reigns. The Dudley’s drop more right hands. Dean Ambrose runs out and hits the ring. Ambrose with a huge tackle on Bubba Ray. Ambrose with rights to D-Von. D-Von with a knee. Superman Punch on D-Von. Bubba teases getting back in and jumps back down. WWE officials run down and tell The Dudley’s to back off.
Reigns and Ambrose embrace. Ambrose then grabs Reigns and teases giving him Dirty Deeds. Reigns breaks free. Ambrose smiles and points at the WrestleMania sign. Reigns smiles back and extends his fist. They embrace again as Ambrose heads to the corner. Reigns keeps an eye on Ambrose as he exits the ring.
Vincent J. McMahon Legacy of Excellence Award will be presented next week. We will find out who will be the recipient of this award next week on RAW.
Footage of The Wyatt Family attacking Big Show is shown. The Wyatt’s want to take out the “biggest Titans” of WWE. Big Show vs. Braun Strowman is later tonight.
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We return live with Zack Ryder already inside the ring.
Heath Slater w/ The Social Outcasts vs. Zack Ryder
Lock up and Slater quickly pushes Ryder to the corner. Slater bails and takes a victory lap along with the rest of The Social Outcasts (Bo Dallas, Adam Rose and Curtis Axel) at ringside. Back in the ring, Ryder levels Slater with a big dropkick. Ryder with a shoulder block and a huge clothesline on Slater. Ryder tosses Slater to the corner. Ryder gets double knees up to the face of Slater in the corner and connects with a missile dropkick. Ryder drops Slater in the corner and connects with his corner Broski Boot. Ryder hooks the leg and Slater kicks out. Ryder flips over the top rope taking out all members of The Social Outcasts at ringside. Ryder tosses Slater back in. Bo distracts Ryder. Slater with a heel kick and jumping DDT on Ryder. Slater hooks the leg for the win.
Winner: Heath Slater
Earlier tonight, we see R-Truth on a date when Goldust walks up dressed as a waiter. Truth tells him to leave them alone. Goldust offers up a bottle of champagne. Goldust opens up the bottle and sprays it all over Truth’s date.
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Kevin Owens defending the WWE Intercontinental Championship against Dolph Ziggler has been added to the card for WWE Fastlane this Sunday night.
The Lucha Dragons & Neville vs. The League of Nations (Sheamus, Rusev & Alberto Del Rio) w/ King Barrett
Kalisto defends the WWE United States Championship against Alberto Del Rio during the WWE Fastlane Kickoff show this Sunday on the WWE Network.
We start with Kalisto and Rusev. Kalisto with body kicks early. Kalisto with a huricanrana takedown. Alberto Del Rio in to trip up Kalisto. Sin Cara dropkicks Del Rio out. Sheamus tosses Kalisto to the ring apron. League of Nations is all outside the ring. The Lucha Dragons and Neville all jump out of the ring and take out Sheamus, Del Rio and Rusev.
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We are back live as we see Rusev slamming Kalisto down. Rusev tosses Kalisto out and then sends him right into the ring barricade. Tag to Sheamus who stomps away at Kalisto. Sheamus drops Kalisto over the top rope, pulls the referee back and Del Rio with a cheap shot in on Kalisto. Sheamus with forearm shots to the chest of Kalisto on the outside. Back inside the ring, Sheamus with a shot to Neville and then goes back to work on Kalisto. Kalisto counters a vertical suplex by Sheamus into a DDT! Tags to Del Rio and Sin Cara. Sin Cara kicks Del Rio in the face, goes up top, jumps and connects. Sin Cara knocks Rusev off the corner and takes down Del Rio with a huricanrana. Sin Cara with repeated body shots to Del Rio and connects with a springboard moonsault for a two count. Sheamus levels Kalisto. Neville superkicks Sheamus. Rusev superkicks Neville. Kalisto takes Rusev over the top rope to the outside. Sin Cara with an elbow to Del Rio, launches him over the top rope and connects with a suicide dive sending Del Rio into the ring barricade. Barrett distracts Sin Cara allowing Del Rio to kick Sin Cara in the head. Sin Cara is wrapped up in the second rope in the middle. Del Rio comes off the top rope with his double stomp. Del Rio gets the pinfall.
Winners: The League of Nations
A video package for Black History Month looking at Booker T airs.
Footage is shown of Naomi and Tamina attacking Becky Lynch earlier tonight.
Becky Lynch takes on Naomi next.
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Backstage, Alberto Del Rio challenges Kalisto to a Best 2 out of 3 Falls match for the already scheduled WWE United States Championship match at Fastlane on Sunday.
Becky Lynch vs. Naomi w/ Tamina
Becky Lynch with a huge overhead suplex on Naomi early sending Naomi to the outside. Naomi with a kick to the head of Lynch from the ring apron. Naomi with repeated body kicks on Becky and then drops a big leg drop. Becky dumps Naomi in the corner countering a bulldog attempt. Becky with a shot on Tamina. Becky and Naomi exchange roll ups. Becky gets her extended armbar applied. Naomi taps out.
Winner: Becky Lynch
After the match, Tamina attacks Becky Lynch from behind. Naomi gets in some slaps on Becky with help from Tamina. Tamina levels Becky with a clothesline. Sasha Banks walks out removing her earrings and starts circling the ring. Tamina with a samoan drop on Becky. Naomi and Tamina bail and laugh at Sasha. Becky tells them to keep running.
Big Show vs. Braun Strowman is up next.
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Brock Lesnar returns to Smackdown this Thursday night on the USA Network. Also scheduled for Smackdown is Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose vs. The Dudley Boyz.
The Wyatt Family is out now for our main event. Before the match, Bray Wyatt said freedom awaits everyone from the future of a dying world. Wyatt said this world is a slave. He talks about people tweeting thoughts and keeping an eye on “followers” to see if they agree on Twitter. Wyatt said his followers will go with him anywhere and all he asks if for you to bow to him. “Bow to me…bow to me,” says Wyatt. He said everyone has to make a choice or he will be forced to make a choice for you – just like he had to make a choice for Kane, Ryback and just like his brother will have to make a choice for the Big Show tonight. Strowman grabs the mic and adds, “Wake up…or run.”
Big Show walks out next.
Big Show vs. Braun Strowman w/ The Wyatt Family
Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan exit the ring as Big Show enters. Lock up and Strowman breaks free. Another lock up and Strowman with a knee, big shots and more knees to Big Show in the corner. Big Show with an elbow and body shots to Strowman. Big Show with a huge chop to Strowman. Strowman responds with a big right hand. Strowman easily takes down Big Show with a huge clothesline. Strowman attempts a suplex. Big Show counters and drops Strowman with a suplex of his own. Rowan is in and gets tackled by Big Show. Harper jumps in attacking Big Show and the referee calls for the bell.
Winner via DQ: Big Show
After the match, Ryback runs out taking out Harper and Rowan at ringside. Harper and Rowan are back in as Wyatt tries to fight off Ryback. Strowman and Rowan keep Ryback down. The Wyatt’s attack both Ryback and Big Show. Ryback and Big Show are down. Kane’s pyro goes off on all four corners. Kane crawls up from under the ring. Kane pushes Rowan over the top rope. Kane with a shot to Strowman. Ryback with a clothesline on Wyatt. Big Show and Kane send Strowman over the top rope. Kane and Big Show with a double chokeslam on Harper. Big Show, Kane and Ryback stand tall as The Wyatt’s start backing up the ramp. Kane drops his arms and pyro goes off in the entrance area.
A new Stone Cold Podcast with the Big Show is live next on the WWE Network.

We are in the United Kingdom for the first of what Pope say is the first of five weeks Impact Wrestling will be across the pond. Matt says the fans can boo him all they want, because he’s too rich to care. The fans start chanting for EC3, and Matt ignores them and says the Matt Hardy Brand will teach the Impact Wrestling Brand how to do business because the Matt Hardy Brand is the more valuable of the two. He says the kinds of deviants who would boo him are the same people who would cheer someone like EC3. Tyrus says we have a better chance of Winston Churchill riding out here with his fat ass on a unicorn than we do of EC3 coming out here, and says that he was the one who kept him undefeated for so long. Reby says the fans have some nerve to boo them, especially since Matt Hardy is the hottest, most awesome man alive, and everyone else is jealous. Matt won this title completely on the level, and he didn’t break one rule in the Last Man Standing match. In the last three weeks, EC3, Jeff Hardy, and Kurt Angle have all become victims of the Iconic Matt Hardy, and Dixie Carter hasn’t said a word to him in that time. The fans chant for Jeff, but I’m thinking he won’t be there tonight. Matt agrees with that, and he refuses to leave tonight unless Dixie does what she needs to do to keep her World Champion happy by firing EC3.
Bobby Lashley comes out to the ring, and we’ll see more of him after this break!
Bobby Lashley vs Bram
We see a video before the match of Bram and Eric Young getting excited about ending Jeff Hardy’s career, then we go to Bram jumping Lashley from behind to get an early advantage. Lashley fires back and pops him up into a super impressive delayed vertical suplex. Bram clotheslines Lashley to the floor, but Lashley pops right back up and clotheslines Bram out of the ring, rolls him back inside, then gets tripped by Young while the referee’s back is turned. Bram works Lashley over, and Lashley reverses an Irish whip and tries a leapfrog, but Bram stops short and drills Lashley in the face with a leaping kneestrike. Lashley flattens Bram with a clothesline, easily slams him, hits a couple of corner clotheslines, and pops Bram up into a running powerslam. Lashley sets for the spear, Bram sidesteps, and Lashley crashes into the corner. Bram hits the implant DDT, but is too worn out to make a cover. Eric Young jumps into the ring with his title belt and Bram holds Lashley for a belt shot, but Lashley moves and Young drills Bram. Spear to Young, spear to Bram, and that’s all she wrote.
Winner: Bobby Lashley
Really good big man match, and Lashley has SCARY power with the way he was able to manhandle Bram.
Matt and Reby are backstage arguing over whether EC3 is a threat or not, but Tyrus has it covered because he hired Manchester’s top security team to take care of the issue.
Kurt Angle comes out to the ring, high fiving fans all the way, then gets a mic and tells the fans how hard they’re making it to leave. He’s proud of what he’s accomplished at TNA for the last ten years, and he says he’s looking forward to his matches with Bobby Roode and Bobby Lashley, but his match tonight is…wait, he gets cut off by Maria Kanellis, who says that what he’s saying feels manufactured and fake. What the people here really need is “The Miracle” Mike Bennett, and woudln’t you know it, here he comes. This building looks great on TV, by the way, they got a great crowd into this building. Bennett says he was listening to Kurt in the back, and he really has had a hell of a career. When Bennett was growing up in New England…the better, more advanced England…he’d watch Angle wrestle and do all his moves on his brother, and all he could think is that one day he was going to grow up and beat that guy. Angle says he’s warning Bennett right now to step back and get out of his face. Bennett says he’s missing the point, because what he’s trying to say is that the heights Angle has reached are almost untouchable…for a normal wrestler. He is the Miracle, and Lashley and Roode are both great, but then there’s him, the Miracle. He can see them in a match for the first time and the only time, and when he beats Kurt, the people will answer the question…Do you believe in Miracles? And they will say yes, they do. Angle says Maria is a beautiful woman, but she’s got horrible taste in men. Maria says he is a Miracle, and Angle says he’ll need one, and he turns Bennett inside out with a clothesline and sends him scurrying to the floor. Angle says he warned Bennett, and he doesn’t wrestle guys he doesn’t respect. He respects Drew Galloway, and that’s who he’s wrestling tonight. Speaking of Drew, he’s on his way to the ring right now, and he points at Angle.
Beer Money are backstage heading into their dressing room, and Bobby Roode got James Storm a present…a new beer scooter!
X Division Title Match: Trevor Lee vs Tigre Uno
Tigre tries to get the match off to a quick start, and succeeds by knocking Lee to the floor and wiping him out with a twisty dive. He rolls Lee back inside and unleashes more of his scintillating lucha offense and gets a tornado DDT for 2. He gets Lee in a complicated stretch, but Lee gets out and turns Tigre inside out with a clothesline for a very close 2 count. Lee maintains control until Tigre knocks Lee to the floor with a leaping enziguiri and then hits a flying headscissors off the steps. Lee recovers and rams Tigre into the ring steps, then they head back inside where he hits a flying butt butt, then finishes Tigre off with the cradle driver.
Winner: Trevor Lee
And so poor Tigre Uno goes from being the greatest X Division Champion of all time to the back of the line for a title shot.
Beer Money comes to the ring as Storm rides his new Boozer Cruiser down the ramp, and we’ll see what’s on their mind after this commercial break!
We’re back, and Bobby Roode tells the Wolves to come down to the ring with a referee so they can become five-time champions. The Wolves don’t come out, but Decay does, and Rosemary says that the belts are pretty, but everything pretty eventually rots and dies. Roode reminds them that they’re not the champions even though they have the belts, but since they’re here, he says it’s time to fight. Beer Money goes out after Decay, and they brawl into the ring, the ref rings the bell, and we’re off!
Beer Money vs Decay
Beer Money traps Steve in the ring and Roode quickly puts him in a Sharpshooter, but Abyss breaks the hold and tags himself in. Abyss works Roode over in the corner, then Steve comes in and hits a running cannonball in the corner before hammering Roode with vicious crossface strikes. Roode finally gets the hot tag and Storm comes in and cleans house. All four men wind up brawling in the ring, Roode lays Abyss out with a blockbuster, double suplex on Steve, double suplex on Abyss, they do BEER…..MONEY, hit the DWI, and Abyss pulls the referee out of the ring before he can make the 2 count. The referee calls for the bell.
Winners: Beer Money by DQ
FINALLY, a referee FINALLY disqualifies somebody for doing that! Rosemary comes into the ring with one of the title belts, distracting Roode long enough for Steve to low blow him and then knock Storm out with the belt. Abyss gets Janice from under the ring, but the Wolves come out with chairs to chase them off. Decay hides behind Rosemary, and make their escape since the Wolves wouldn’t hit a woman. Davey gets a mic and tells Decay that they have something that belongs to them and the Wolves Nation. Eddie says they stole their belts and left them laying twice, but now they’re the ones running, so since they want their titles back, they’ll give Steve and Abyss a match where they can actually win them. Abyss says they’re on, and we can do this in Monster’s Ball right here next week. Eddie says it’s time to let the hunt begin.
Reby Sky is backstage and finds Dixie Carter, and she blows smoke up her ass and says Matt really just wants to help her. Reby really appreciates how at home Dixie has made her feel, and she just wants Dixie to keep how scary EC3 can be in mind when she makes her decision later. Gee, I wonder what she’s going to do.
Grado comes out of the crowd and gets a mic saying he has proof that he got screwed during Feast or Fired, but Eli Drake comes out with Manchester’s Greatest Security Team. He sends them down to take Grado out of here, and they turn out to suck at their job so badly that even Grado can outrun them, then they just stand there watching as he suckerpunches Eli and runs to the back.
Drew Galloway is backstage and says last time he faced Kurt Angle was about respect. This time is different because it’s on his home soil, and tonight, he’s beating Kurt Angle.
Madison Rayne vs Jade
Madison rushes the ring, goes after Jade, and spears her out to the floor. Jade powwows with the other members of the Dollhouse, so Madison takes them all out with a dive. Jade drills her with a martial arts kick as they come back inside, then unloads with more kicks. Jade gets a bow and arrow, but Madison rolls onto Jade for 2, then Jade takes control right back with a dropkick to the face. Madison hits a step-up enziguiri to turn the tide, hits a sliding clothesline in the corner, then comes off the top with a bodypress for 2. Madison knocks Rebel and Marti off the apron, Jade gets a rollup for 2, then hits the package piledriver for the win.
Winner: Jade
The Dollhouse puts the boots to Madison after the match, and Marti brings a chair into the ring, but before they can do anything, Gail takes out all three members of the Dollhouse by herself.
Grado finds Billy Corgan backstage and complains about how he was screwed during Feast Or Fired, and he needs Billy’s help getting his job back. Unfortunately, Eli Drake shows up with Manchester’s Greatest Security Force and they start to escort Grado out, but stop just long enough for Drake to knock him out with a hard right hand.
Kurt Angle vs Drew Galloway
They feel each other out with the usual waistlock and wristlock stuff to start, and all of a sudden, Angle pops Drew up and plants him with a back suplex. Angle tries to shut Galloway down with a side headlock, Galloway gets out and hits the ropes, and they take each other out with a double clothesline as we go to commercial.
We’re back, and Drew comes off the top with a dropkick, but Kurt catches his foot coming down and gets an anklelock. Drew rolls out and hits the Future Shock DDT for 2. Drew clotheslines Angle to the floor, then goes after him, drills him with a couple of chops, and drops him chest first on the guardrail. Kurt pays him back with a Hacker Slam onto the ring steps, then they go back inside and Angle hits another Hacker Slam for 2. Drew hits a jawbreaker and charges Kurt in the corner, Kurt gets his foot up, but Drew catches the foot and hits a sort of inverted Alabama Jam for 2. Drew puts Kurt on the top rope and hits a super air raid crash, makes a cover, and Angle is somehow able to kick out at 2. Angle pops Drew over with a German suplex, Drew escapes another Hacker Slam and hits the Claymore kick, then he waits for Kurt to get up and hits another one, makes a cover, and Kurt STILL kicks out at 2. Drew goes for a top rope dropkick again, Kurt moves, and he goes to the rolling German suplexes. Angle hits another Hacker Slam, he goes to the top and hits a splash for 2. Angle goes to the anklelock, Drew rolls out, sidesteps a charge from Angle that sends him crashing into the corner, Drew hits a third Claymore, and Kurt still kicks out at 2. Kurt is bleeding out of his mouth, and Drew puts Kurt in the Motor City Stretch as blood is literally hanging off of Kurt’s face. Angle rolls through, goes back to the anklelock, Drew kicks free, and he goes back to the Motor City Stretch. Drew has his hips off the mat to put maximum pressure on Kurt, and Angle finally taps out.
Winner: Drew Galloway
Drew finally defeats Kurt Angle, but Angle sure made him work for it. Great match, and a shake and hug afterward. Angle raises Drew’s hand in victory to end the great segment.
Matt Hardy comes out to the ring with his entourage and demands that Dixie Carter comes out to the ring to give him an answer. Dixie tries to say that her door is always open, but Matt ignores her and says that he is her World Champion, and he can’t even say the name of the man who held the title before him. The fans do it for him and he tells them to stop, then says he hasn’t been this terrible person since winning the title like people say, but EC3 has made both of their lives miserable since last year, and to make both their lives easier, she needs to get rid of the cancer that is EC3. Dixie is hesitant, so Matt tells her not to be a flaky bimbo and orders her to fire EC3 RIGHT NOW. Matt and Tyrus back Dixie into the corner, but Spud comes out with mic in hand, and he says “I’ve got this, madam.” Spud says he isn’t the Matt HArdy he looked up to, but Matt says that if he’s not out here to be a character witness against EC3, he’s not welcome here. Spud isn’t disagreeing with anything Matt is saying, especially since he did most of the terrible things he’s done to him. Matt says that Spud is inconsequential and again orders Dixie to fire EC3, but Spud tells Matt to shut up. Matt tells Spud to go tell Dixie to fire EC3, but Spud refuses and says Matt Hardy seems a little jealous and scared of EC3, and is running like a little bitch. Tyrus suckerpunches Spud and lays him out with the Bodybag, and Matt says now he’s not asking Dixie to fire EC3 anymore, he’s commanding her to do it. They back her into the corner to intimidate her again, but EC3 chooses this moment to make his entrance. He tears his shirt off, stalks down to the ring, lays out Manchester’s Greatest Security Force, beats the crap out of Tyrus, and goes after Matt and Reby, who head for the hills. EC3 glances at Dixie and Spud as he leaves, and that’s it for this week’s show.


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