Kurt Angle Names Second Member of “Survivor Series” Team For “Raw”


“Raw’s” chances at “Survivor Series” just became a little more “monstrous.”

General Manager Kurt Angle took to Twitter today to announce the second member of “Raw’s” team in the traditional 5-on-5 “Survivor Series” match that will occur vs. “Smackdown Live” at the upcoming pay-per-view. Following his return last night, Braun Strowman will be going the red brand’s team:

@BraunStrowman came back last night in a MONSTROUS way. With that kind of impact, HE is my first choice for #TeamRaw at #SurvivorSeries.

— Kurt Angle (@RealKurtAngle) October 31, 2017

Strowman was quick to respond, accepting the invitation:

@RealKurtAngle you’re a smart man. #SmackDownLIVE u have no idea whats in store for u!!!! #BRAUNSMASH

— Braun Strowman (@BraunStrowman) October 31, 2017

You can see a clip of Strowman’s return to “Raw” below, where he destroys the Miz and his Miztourage:

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“The monster among men” was last seen on WWE programming at the recent “TLC” pay-per-view. He was on a team with The Miz, Kane, Cesaro and Sheamus and they were competing against Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Kurt Angle in a 5-on-3 Handicap Match.

During the contest, Strowman was in an altercation with his teammates, and they ended up throwing him in the back of a garbage truck.

Editor’s Note:

This is a solid pick by Angle, and makes a lot of sense. It will be interesting to see how different “Raw” superstars will have to work together to defeat “Smackdown Live,” despite the fact that they do not like each other!

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New Impact Wrestling Departure, Possibly Heading to WWE Cruiserweight Division


It has been confirmed by PWInsider that Rockstar Spud is no longer with Impact Wrestling and may be headed for WWE.

A former two-time X Division Champion, Spud has been released from Impact Wrestling. The British Bootcamp winner was said to be released two to three weeks ago.

This comes after Reno Scum, Jeff Jarrett, Robbie E, Eddie Kingston and Taryn Terrell have all parted ways with the company.

At the present time, Spud is taking independent bookings and continuing to make a name for himself outside of Impact Wrestling, which is where his character was originally crafted.

Still looking to fill up openings in November: 11/3, 11/4, 11/5, 11/17, 11/19 #HolySpud

Email: [email protected] pic.twitter.com/DjbMDrY0wV

— Spud (@RockstarSpud) October 12, 2017

WWE is reportedly now looking to sign Spud and add him to the Cruiserweight division. There is also talk of bringing Hideo Itami up from NXT to join the division as well, with creative plans already set in place.

If you would like to see the most recent feud Spud had on television, we suggest you take a look at this hilarious video we’ve included below.

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What are your thoughts on Spud coming to 205 Live? What about Itami? Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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Nikki Bella Eliminated From “Dancing With the Stars”


You can look but you can’t dance. To say that the Bella Twins have moved up through the ranks of pop culture in recent years is an understatement. With two reality shows and various appearances outside of wrestling, it’s clear that they’re becoming a big deal in a hurry. One such appearance is coming to an end though.

According to WWE.com, Nikki Bella was eliminated from the 25th season of “Dancing With the Stars” on October 30 in a double elimination. The loss puts her out of the competition in a tie for sixth place. Last week Bella scored a season high 46 points but this week’s only netted her a score of 24 points, earning her an elimination.

The show has been after Bella for a good while now.

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Opinion: As much as Bella gets on my nerves, it’s cool to see her doing something like this. She’s on a mainstream show and getting to showcase herself to the world. It got Stacy Keibler a lot more attention and there’s a chance Bella could get the same thing as a result. If nothing else it might keep her out of the ring, which I certainly wouldn’t complain about.

What do you think of Bella’s mainstream aspirations? Did you watch her on “Dancing With the Stars?” Let us know in the comments below.

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Brie Bella Explains Why She Supports Daniel Bryan Potentially Wrestling Again


Brie Bella was on the Busted Open Radio show where she discussed her thoughts on her husband Daniel Bryan potentially wrestling again.

Bryan himself has had an extensive history with concussions, which ultimately led him to a forced retirement. Since than, the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion has been adamant that he wants to return to competition, even if it isn’t with WWE.

Last night on ‘Raw,’ Bryan got the closest he has been yet to wrestling when he was in kayfabe attacked by Kane in a dark room. This was WWE’s way of saying Bryan isn’t taking bumps.

Bella had the following to say on him wanting to wrestle again:

“This is my thing, I told Bryan, ‘Obviously your health is everything to me… As long as doctors clear you, I’m OK,’ because I’m not the type of wife to ever hold back my husband from his dreams at all. And why I fell in love with Bryan, is his passion.”

On what he has done since being told he can’t wrestle anymore:

“The moment they told him he could no longer wrestle in the ring, I’m not kidding you, that next day he has done everything to figure out how he can get back into that ring. He’s flown all over the United States to do all these different oxygen chambers, all these different things. You can’t beat that passion, and that’s what I tell him. That right there, that’s passion that people will never be taught. I told him, ‘Whatever you want to do Bryan, I 100 percent support you.’”

The kayfabe bump Bryan took from Kane last night on ‘Raw’ is shown below, in case you aren’t aware of what we are referencing or missed the show.

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What are your opinions on Bryan wrestling again? Do you think Bella made the right decision? Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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‘Smackdown Live’ Superstar Signs New Multi-Year Contract


It is being reported by PWInsider that a current ‘Smackdown Live‘ superstar has inked a new multi-year deal with WWE.

It is being noted that Sin Cara has inked the deal, which explains his recent feud with WWE United States Champion Baron Corbin and the recently released Reebok sneakers.

The deal is said to be for multiple years, though it is unknown the exact length of the contract.

This does not mean Cara will take the Championship from Corbin, but a push was likely necessary to convince the superstar to stay with the company given his back-and-forth booking over the years.

Cara is facing Corbin in a non-title match tonight on ‘Smackdown Live’ and will seemingly face the Champion after ‘Survivor Series’ for the title.

If you haven’t been following, here is one of the recent matches between Cara and Corbin from ‘Smackdown Live.’

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Are you glad Cara inked this new deal? Are you a fan? If not, what is it that you don’t like about him? Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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Bully Ray on Advice for Younger Talent Following His Retirement


Bully Ray was a guest on First Thing where he discussed what his plans are now, following his retirement and what his advice to younger talent is.

On his retirement and what he is going to do now:

“I’m gonna be able to work behind the scenes with Ring Of Honor, help a lot of the younger guys develop their characters and help them out there. I totally enjoy seeing other guys succeed based on some of the advice I’ve given them.”

On what he will do if approached for advice:

“I don’t go up to guys and say, ‘Hey, you should do this,’ or, ‘I think you should do that.’ If they come to me I’m more than happy to help them out, because if they’re coming to me they obviously have thought about it and they’ve [sought] out the help on their own. ‘Hey, can you help me with this aspect of my character,’ or, ‘What do you think I should do for a move over here?’ Anything that they want to do to help tell their story in the ring better, I’ll be there for.”

On the biggest advice he can give:

“Character development and storytelling, because a lot of young wrestlers today think it’s all about the moves,” he said. “They just go out there and flip all around the place, and listen, there is a section of the fan base and the audience that likes that. But for the most part, for 100 years, what has professional wrestling been built on? The art of storytelling and characters. Good vs. evil. Darth Vader vs. Luke Skywalker. Black hat vs. white hat.”

If you would like to relive Ray’s emotional retirement, we have featured the video below for you. We also referenced what happened during the speech here, if you’d prefer a visual read as opposed to the audio.

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Did you enjoy watching Ray as a performer? Do you want to wrestle? Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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Ric Flair Lists the Top Three Workers in Pro Wrestling Right Now


Ric Flair appeared on Busted Open Radio where he spoke about Charlotte and listed his top three workers in professional wrestling.

On who the best three or four performers are in the business right now:

“I can’t put it in words. She is ‘it. To me, and I’ll say this to anybody, she’s in the top-three workers in the business right now. The only two that I think are better than her, I won’t say they’re better than her but they have more experience, are (Randy) Orton and (AJ) Styles. Maybe Seth Rollins. But in terms of athletic ability, work ethic, and workouts and her gimmick and everything.”

Flair also comments on what he thinks of Charlotte as a babyface:

“I hate her being a on the good side because she’s a much better heel, but she’s adjusted. She’s kind of like right now a John Cena of the company, which is not a bad spot to have.”

For a period of time, Flair accompanied his daughter to the ring. Below we have featured a video from WWE ‘Night of Champions’ where Charlotte won the Divas Championship and celebrated with her father and best friend Becky Lynch.

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Who do you believe are the top three or four performers? Do you prefer Charlotte as a face or heel?

Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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Edge Comments on Asuka; He’s Not A Fan


Not everyone is going to be a fan. Asuka made her main roster debut back at “Tables Ladders and Chairs 2017” in a win over Emma that wasn’t incredibly impressive. She defeated Emma again the next night and the hype still wasn’t there. It turns out that some people aren’t impressed.

On a recent episode of the “E&C Pod of Awesomeness”, Edge said that he doesn’t get the hype behind Asuka. While not destroying her and saying she’s solid, he says that he doesn’t see why she’s as hyped up as she is. Here are some of his comments, with transcription courtesy of Wrestlinginc.com:

“I’m sure I’ll get lambasted for this, but I don’t get the Asuka thing. Like, I really don’t. She’s fine and she’s solid, but I don’t know, even going back to the NXT stuff, I’ve watched it. I don’t know. I just never really bought in. And it’s not that I don’t want to or anything like that. I don’t know. Even the entrance and everything, it’s very [Shinsuke] Nakamura-esque and he was doing it first, so I don’t know. I’ve never really understood the hype.”

Here’s what Asuka can do when she’s presented as a killer:

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Christian was a bit less harsh:

“I think it happens, not just with her, but with a lot of people when there’s certain hype around somebody. And, honestly, I’ve never seen a full match of her’s until last night [TLC]. So maybe I have, one or two. I think that when there’s a lot of hype and that sort of thing, it makes it harder, sometimes, for the talent to kind of live up to the packages and the hype and expecting something completely different than they’ve seen before and that’s really hard to do. I liked her body language. I like the presentation. I like the persona. She seemed really comfortable with what she’s doing. But yeah, there were some certain things in [the match versus Emma] that weren’t super-crisp or anything like that, but it could be the first time she [has] worked with Emma or whatever. But maybe, it’s also because the match was a bit long.”

Opinion: I’m a big Asuka fan but I’m not sure they’re presenting her the proper way. The hype videos present her as a killing machine but she’s dancing (which is a standard for her) and taking a good while to beat people like Emma. The squash on this week’s “Monday Night Raw” was better, but having her go move for move with a jobber to the stars was a really bad idea.

What have you thought of Asuka’s time on the main roster? How would you present her better? Let us know in the comments below.

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Full List of Names Who Returned on “Monday Night Raw”


Guess who’s back. Over the last few weeks, WWE has undergone a long list of roster changes, be they through injuries, illness or good old fashioned attempted murder. It was clear that some of those names would be back sooner or later, but I don’t think anyone expected it to be like this.

This week on “Monday Night Raw” six names returned to the show for the first time in at least two weeks. Returning this week were Bo Dallas (illness), Nia Jax (contractual issues), Samoa Joe (knee injury), Stephanie McMahon (storyline injuries), JoJo (illness) and Braun Strowman (storyline injuries). Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns were not seen on the show and remain on the inactive list due to illness.

Strowman is back and more monster than ever.

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Opinion: That’s quite the eventful night and it makes the show a bit more exciting. Reigns and Wyatt are big names, but having Strowman and McMahon back means a lot as well. They could have staggered the names a bit more, but at least they got quite the reaction for a lot of returns in such a short time.

Which return means the most to you? Which return are you still looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below.

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Monday Night Raw Results – October 30, 2017

Monday Night Raw
Date: October 30, 2017
Location: Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore, Maryland
Commentators: Michael Cole, Corey Graves, Booker T.

It’s time for the fallout show as we’re less than three weeks away from Survivor Series and Raw is reeling from Smackdown’s invasion last week. The interesting part is whether or not Smackdown will be back this week as it’s time to get ready for the real battle. Hopefully it’s as entertaining as last week. Let’s get to it.

We open with a long recap of last week’s invasion.

Opening sequence.


Kurt Angle is in the ring and the Raw roster is on the stage. Last week was taking friendly competition too far and that was a slap in the face of the people who work here every week. He put them in harm’s way and that will never happen again. Cue the returning Stephanie McMahon to talk about how Monday Night Raw will be celebrating twenty five years on January 22. The show is still going strong and that’s where she and Kurt come in. Angle has lead by example and has even earned her respect.

Stephanie pauses for the YOU STILL GOT IT but blames Angle for last week’s siege. It took twenty seconds to ruin Raw’s history and that’s all because of Angle falling for Shane’s lies. Stephanie goes on a rant about how Angle RUINED, yes RUINED, Raw’s legacy last week in one incompetent moment. Therefore, Angle better hope that he still has it because he’s going to be team captain at Survivor Series. If things don’t go the way she wants, he’s out as General Manager.

Post break Stephanie is leaving and Angle is very sorry. Stephanie mentions Mick Foley as another threat to Angle’s job. As Stephanie leaves, another limo comes up, containing the Miz. Angle isn’t happy with him being late so he’s defending the Intercontinental Title tonight. Miz wants to know who but Angle won’t tell him for being late. Of note: Bo Dallas was back.

Bayley vs. Alicia Fox

Fox comes out in an airline captain’s outfit and says this is your captain speaking. She has business to tend to so we have a replacement.

Bayley vs. Nia Jax

Bayley charges right at her to start and basically bounces off of the monster, landing on the floor in a heap. Back with Nia holding a chinlock, followed by a pair of running splashes in the corner. What looked to be a Vader Bomb is broken up and Nia is dumped to the floor. Bayley dives off the apron with some right hands, followed by a kick to the face for two. We hit a guillotine choke but Nia shrugs it off without much effort. A spear and the legdrop end Bayley at 7:24.

Result: Nia Jax b. Bayley – Legdrop (7:24)

Alicia picks Nia to be on the Raw team. Nia goes to leave but Samoa Joe of all people is back. Post break, Joe says he knows some people here missed him but he didn’t miss a single one of them. Therefore, when he’s beating the heck out of someone, he’ll be imagining it’s all of the people.

Samoa Joe vs. Apollo Crews

Joe wastes no time in chopping Crews in the corner and it’s not looking good early on. Crews fights back with a good looking dropkick and some right hands in the corner but Joe isn’t about to be suplexed. A kick in the corner drops Crews and Joe throws his gum at Titus O’Neil. Crews scores with an enziguri but the Toss Powerbomb is countered with a headlock takeover. The Rock Bottom out of the corner plants Crews and it’s the Koquina Clutch for the tap out at 3:39.

Result: Samoa Joe b. Apollo Crews – Koquina CLutch (3:39)

Post match Joe chokes Titus out as well.

Quick look at Raw 25 coming up in January featuring Undertaker, Shawn Michaels and Kevin Nash.

Intercontinental Title: The Miz vs. Matt Hardy

Matt is challenging and wastes no time in trying a small package for two. A backslide gets the same and these early pinfall attempts are working at making Miz sweat a bit. Miz bails to the floor and we take a break. Back with Matt getting crotched on top and a neckbreaker out of the corner getting two.

Miz puts him on the apron and gets two off a kick to the head. Back in and Miz hits the corner clothesline but the top rope ax handle is blocked. Instead Miz crotches himself in the corner to put both guys down. Matt gets two off a bulldog and drops his middle rope elbow to the back of the neck.

A regular middle rope elbowgets two, followed by the Side Effect for the same. Matt scores with a moonsault of all things for two more but Miz is right back with the YES Kicks. A Twist of Fate out of nowhere plants Miz but he rolls to the apron. Back up and Miz snaps him throat first across the ropes, setting up the Skull Crushing Finale to retain at 13:02.

Result: Miz b. Matt Hardy – Skull Crushing Finale (13:02)

We recap the opening sequence.

Alexa Bliss comes in to see Angle and mocks the idea of Mickie James being a serious contender. Angle isn’t cool with that and makes Bliss vs. James for the title in the main event.

Asuka vs. Stacie Cullen

A spinning backfist drops Cullen and it’s time for some hard knees to the face. Asuka kicks her in the head and the Asuka Lock is good for the submission at 1:42.

Result: Asuka b. Stacie Cullen – Asuka Lock (1:42)

Angle grabs a walkie talkie and says the invasion is happening again. It turns out to just be Daniel Bryan and we take a break. Back with Angle yelling at Bryan for wanting to be here to finish the job. Bryan says no but Angle threatens to have the Raw roster destroy him right now. Angle promises to come to Smackdown and even things up.

Recap of Brock Lesnar answering Jinder Mahal’s challenge and Mahal’s response.

Bryan is still in Angle’s office for no apparent reason and sums up what happened in a phone call. The lights go out and we take a break. Back with Bryan in the dark ranting about the door being locked. He says something is wrong and Kane shows up to chokeslam him through a table (off camera of course).

Finn Balor vs. Cesaro

Balor takes him into the corner to start and shouts BAR. A tilt-a-whirl backbreaker gets Cesaro out of trouble though and he uppercuts Finn into the corner. Balor sends him outside though and the running apron kick to the face drops Cesaro. Sheamus gets in a cheap shot though and we take a break.

Back with Cesaro hitting the pop up uppercut for two, followed by the apron superplex  for the same. We hit the Sharpshooter for a bit with Balor easily powering out. That means a Sling Blade into the corner dropkick, followed by Balor hitting a good looking running flip dive onto both guys. A top rope double stomp to the back gives Balor the pin at 11:28.

Result: Finn Balor b. Cesaro – Top rope double stomp to the back (11:28)

Post match Kane comes out and Tombstones Balor on the stage.

Seth Rollins vs. Kane

Cesaro and Sheamus are still at ringside along with Ambrose.  Seth’s early shots have little effect so he scores with some dropkicks through the ropes. The suicide dive is broken up though and Kane runs him over with a clothesline. Rollins hammers away in the corner and kicks at the knee, only to get dropped with an uppercut. The side slam gives Kane two and we hit a chinlock.

Back up and an enziguri gets Seth out of trouble and the Blockbuster (still love that move) gets two. A suicide dive is blocked though and Rollins is down in a heap. Back in and Seth’s springboard….I think clothesline is shrugged off as Sheamus and Cesaro are stomping on Ambrose. Another springboard is countered into a chokeslam for the pin on Rolling at 5:42.

Result: Kane b. Seth Rollins – Chokeslam (5:42)

Post match Dean hits Dirty Deeds on Kane but Sheamus and Cesaro come in to help beat him down. Ambrose and Rollins both get Tombstoned, making it THREE former World Champions Kane has decimated in the span of ten minutes.

We look at the opening sequence. Again.

Bryan is being stretchered out.

Miz and the Miztourage are ready to celebrate and go into their locker room. They find a bag of trash, which Miz interprets as Braun Strowman coming back. Terror ensues.

Post break Miz runs into Braun and asks him for help with Strowman. Kane says he’s on his own.

Recap of Strowman being destroyed at TLC.

Heath Slater/Rhyno vs. Karl Anderson/Luke Gallows

This is a Trick or Street Fight, meaning the ring is surrounded by Halloween decorations. For costumes, we have Santa and Mrs. Claus vs. Chad 2 Bad/Tex Ferguson (from Southpaw Regional Wrestling) respectively. Slater is sent into a bucket of apples to start so Rhyno makes a save and puts pumpkins on their heads. Heath finds some candy corn kendo sticks but it takes too long to set up a table.

Anderson and Gallows beat Slater down, including shoving pumpkin filling in Slater’s face. Karl crotches himself on a skeleton though and there’s a pie to the face. Slater makes the save with the kendo sticks but gets beaten down again. Anderson puts a pumpkin on his own head and Gallows does the same, blinding himself in the process. It takes too long though and Rhyno gets off a table, setting up a spinebuster to put Anderson through said table for the pin at 4:50.

Result: Rhyno/Heath Slater b. Luke Gallows/Karl Anderson – Spinebuster through a table (4:50)

Cesaro and Sheamus tell Miz that Strowman couldn’t possibly be back yet. They’re no team though.

Elias, with a new guitar, is in the ring for a song. He sings the Ballad of Jason Jordan, complete with shots of Jordan being hit with a guitar last week. Jordan comes out to clean house and breaks Elias’ new guitar.

Miz and the Miztourage go to leave but Angle cuts them off, saying they’re staying or else.

Here are Enzo Amore and Drew Gulak to mock Angle again. Kalisto isn’t getting the title back you see and Gulak is ready to help prove that. Gulak says Kalisto is S-O-F-T, which doesn’t sit well with Enzo.

Kalisto vs. Drew Gulak

Drew jumps him to start but charges into a boot in the corner. Kalisto’s middle rope corkscrew dive and the handspring enziguri sets up the hurricanrana driver. The springboard Salida Del Sol ends Gulak at 59 seconds.

Result: Kalisto b. Drew Gulak – Springboard Salida Del Sol (0:58)

Post match Enzo lays Kalisto out.

Miz is trying to find a way out.

Women’s Title: Alexa Bliss vs. Mickie James

James is challenging and scores early with a running kick to the chest. The hurricanrana out of the corner has Bliss reeling and a dropkick puts her outside. Back from a break with Bliss working on a neck crank before switching to a chinlock. Something like an STO gets two and Bliss stands on Mickie’s hair for good measure.

That’s enough to fire Mickie up but Bliss slams her off the top to take over again. An enziguri off the top lets Mickie score with the Thesz press for two. Some rollups are good for some two counts but Bliss punches her in the face for the pin to retain at 11:25. Seriously it was just a right hand.

Result: Alexa Bliss b. Mickie James – Right hand (11:25)

Miz and the Miztourage go to leave and, after cutting back to Bliss celebrating, get in the car, where of course there is a camera waiting. They pull off and are immediately stopped by a waiting garbage truck. Braun comes out of the garbage as we keep cutting to Miz and company in the vein of a bad horror movie.

Strowman posesand chases them out of the limo. They head into the arena, where Bliss is still posing, where Strowman throws Dallas onto the stage. The Miztourage save Miz from going through the table so Strowman takes them to the ring for FIVE running powerslams. Axel goes through the announcers’ table to end the show.

 

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