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Posted by Webteam on November 19th, 2018

Back from a break and the men’s Team RAW is backstage. Braun Strowman walks in. He tells DDrew Ziggler, drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley that he doesn’t like them. He doesn’t even know who Lio Rush is. He says Finn Balor is alright but he needs to help tonight. Drew steps up and says if anyone should be barking orders, it’s him because he took out The Shield, among other accomplishments. Braun gets in Drew’s face. Drew warns Braun to stay out of his way. Baron Corbin interrupts. Braun gets in his face and Corbin reminds him of his deal with Stephanie McMahon, that he can’t touch Corbin until after tonight or he doesn’t get his match. Braun throws Rush into Corbin and says that will have to do for now. Braun walks off. R-Truth storms in and tries to get Team RAW on the same page. Corbin yells at him and says he’s not even a part of their team, to get out.

Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, Finn Balor, Bobby Lashley Vs. SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon, Jeff Hardy, The Miz, Samoa Joe, Rey Mysterio

We go to the ring and Cole is back on commentary with Graves and Renee. JoJo introduces Acting RAW General Manager Baron Corbin first and out he comes as the Team RAW Captain. Bobby Lashley is out next with Lio Rush. Finn Balor is out next, followed by Dolph Ziggler. Drew McIntyre is out next and he heads down with Ziggler. Braun Strowman is out last. He enters the ring and stares Corbin down. Team SmackDown Captain The Miz is out first for his team, followed by Jeff Hardy. Samoa Joe is out next, followed by Rey Mysterio. SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon is out last.

There’s a brief fight between the two teams before the bell rings but things quickly calm back down. Strowman and McIntyre argue about who is going to start. Strowman yells at Drew to get his ass out of the ring. Joe starts off with Strowman but Drew immediately tags himself in. Joe runs from behind and applies the Coquina Clutch on Drew to get things started. Drew fights out but Joe is still fired up. Joe applies the Clutch again. Drew breaks it and nails a Claymore kick for the pin. Joe has been eliminated to loud boos from the crowd.

Drew laughs at Joe as a “bulls–t” chant starts up. Hardy enters the ring and sizes Drew up as he warns the Team SmackDown members. Drew takes Hardy to the corner and backs off. Hardy fuels a “delete!” chant before going at it with Drew. Drew with a big clothesline and a tag to Ziggler. Ziggler taunts Hardy and waits for him to get up. Hardy avoids a superkick and in comes Shane for a pop. Ziggler is fired up to go at it with Shane. Shane backs Ziggler into the corner with strikes. Ziggler stuns him with a dropkick to the jaw. Shane comes back with arm drags. Ziggler blocks a DDT and rolls him for a 2 count. Ziggler with a Fame-asser for a 2 count.

Ziggler ends up hitting a big Zig Zag on Shane but Miz breaks the pin. Miz tags in and goes at it with Ziggler. Ziggler avoids the Figure Four. Miz misses a kick and they roll through but Ziggler nails a dropkick. Ziggler talks more trash about being the best in the world. Braun tags himself in and Ziggler doesn’t like it. Miz looks terrified. Drew immediately tags himself in. Braun isn’t happy and they have words. Braun and Drew start fighting. Team RAW tries to break them up. Team SmackDown also gets involved as another brawl breaks out. Team SmackDown gangs up on Strowman but he blasts out and they go flying. Rey drops Braun into the ropes and hits 619. Miz and Shane send Braun over the top rope to the floor. Miz sends Drew into the steel ring post. Team SmackDown keeps control on the floor. Miz, Rey and Hardy bring Braun over to the announce table and place him on top. Shane goes to the top turnbuckle and leaps out, putting Braun through the announce table with a huge elbow drop. Corbin is pissed. Miz and Hardy check on Shane. Corbin throws a fit and yells at the referee as we get a replay.

Miz brings Drew back into the ring and kicks him for a 2 count. The referee tries to restore order as we see Paige and Stephanie McMahon backstage watching the match. Fans chant “this is awesome” as Miz keeps control of Drew. Drew levels Miz with a Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Drew has the chance to tag but he doesn’t. Miz comes from behind and Drew drops him. Balor tags himself in, slapping Drew on the arm, then drops Drew with a kick. Balor unloads on Miz now. Balor with a double stomp as Corbin looks on. Miz blocks a Slingblade but Balor blocks the Skull Crushing Finale. They roll up for a 2 count. Balor keeps control and Miz rolls out of the way from a Coup de Grace. Balor with a dropkick to Miz and a Slingblade to Rey. Balor dropkicks Miz into the barrier. Balor brings Miz back into the ring but Rey tags in and hits the flying seated senton on Balor. Rey keeps control with offense to Balor. Balor catches him in mid-move. Balor drops Rey for a close 2 count. Corbin is still frustrated at ringside. They go on and Rey drops Balor into the ropes for 619. Balor ducks it and hits a Slingblade.

Balor dropkicks Rey back into the turnbuckles. Balor goes to the top but Rey avoids Coup de Grace. Rey counters and drops Balor for the 619 again. Rey hits it this time. Rey springboards in and drops the dime for the pin. Balor has been eliminated.

Drew comes right in and levels Rey. Drew picks up Balor on his way out and drops him, then tosses him out of the ring. Fans boo. Rey dropkicks Drew from behind and goes for 619 but Lashley tags in and drops Rey with a big boot. Lashley poses as fans boo. Lashley presses Rey high in the air and drops him but Rey lands on his feet. Lashley catches Rey and launches him into the corner face-first. Lashley with a neckbreaker as Rush cheers him on but fans boo. Lashley lifts Rey for the suplex and holds him high in the air. Rey fights out and drops Lashley on the way down. Rey with an enziguri to Lashley. Ziggler tags in as Rey sends Lashley to the floor. Rey avoids a roll-up from Ziggler. Rey kicks Ziggler in the face. Hardy rallies the crowd for Rey and waits for a tag. Hardy tags in and unloads on Ziggler as fans pop. Hardy drop Ziggler and legdrops him for a 2 count. The Twist of Fate is broken. More back and forth now. Ziggler with a stiff DDT to Hardy for another 2 count. Rey gets fans to chant for Hardy. Ziggler cranks up for a superkick as Hardy slowly gets up. Hardy counters and hits a Twist of Fate. Hardy goes to the top and goes for a Swanton Bomb but Ziggler gets his knees up. Ziggler clutches his knees as we get a replay.

Miz tags in and nails Ziggler in the corner again. Miz looks at Ziggler down in the corner and then at Shane, who is back in the match. He points at the corner. Miz tags in Shane and Shane limps over to the corner for a Coast 2 Coast. Shane leaps out and nails Coast 2 Coast on Ziggler. Shane covers for the pin. Ziggler has been eliminated.

Lashley runs in and levels Shane. Lashley with a big throw to Shane. Lashley with a knee and another throw. Miz tags in but Lashley tosses him. Lashley drops Miz face-first and poses for more boos. Miz sends Lashley shoulder-first into the ring post. Miz keeps control and drops Lashley in the corner. He looks to Shane for another Coast 2 Coast. Miz tags in Shane again. Shane can barely stand up but he limps over to the corner again. Shane climbs up and leaps out for another Coast 2 Coast but Braun jumps up on the apron and swats Shane out of mid-air. Lashley takes advantage and covers Shane but Rey breaks the pin. Rey drags Shane to their corner. Hardy tags in. Lashley tags Strowman in. Hardy attacks Braun and unloads but Braun takes it. Braun blocks the Twist of Fate and nails a big powerslam for the pin. Hardy has been eliminated.

The match is 3-3 now as Rey flies in and goes at it on Braun. Braun shuts him down and drops him with a big powerslam for the pin. Rey has been eliminated.

It’s now down to Braun, Lashley and McIntyre vs. Miz and Shane. Miz is terrified as Braun stares him down. Shane can barely walk at ringside as Braun runs him over with a shoulder. Braun chases Miz down and brings him back in. Braun powerslams Miz and covers for the pin. Miz has been eliminated.

Braun waits in the ring as Shane tries to pull himself back up to the apron. Shane rolls under the bottom rope and struggles to get to his feet. Corbin mocks Shane. Shane stands up and stares back at Braun. Fans chant “you can do it” at Shane. Shane motions for Braun to bring it and fans pop. Braun delivers a huge dropkick, sending Shane into the corner. Braun with a corner splash now. Braun scoops Shane and hits a running powerslam for the pin to win.

Winners: Team RAW

After the match, Strowman stands tall as his music hits. Corbin comes from behind and drops Strowman. Corbin leaves with McIntyre and Lashley, laughing up the ramp. Corbin’s music hits as he raises the arms of Lashley and McIntyre on the apron as Strowman yells at them from the ring. We go to replays.






Posted by Webteam on November 3rd, 2018

WWE World Cup First-Round Match: Kurt Angle vs. Dolph Ziggler

We go to the ring for the final first-round World Cup match as Hamilton does the introduction for WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle. Angle comes out as red, white and blue fireworks go off around the stadium. Out next comes Dolph Ziggler with Drew McIntyre. We get a sidebar video of Ziggler and McIntyre backstage earlier in the day. Ziggler says the cup is coming home with the true best in the world.

The bell rings and they lock up. They tangle and trade holds. Angle slams Ziggler first. Ziggler looks to mount offense but Angle hits a belly-to-belly suplex. Angle with two German suplexes now. Ziggler is on the apron now as McIntyre gives him a few words of support. Angle looks to German Ziggler off the apron but Ziggler hangs onto the ropes. Angle gets knocked off the apron to the floor. Ziggler whips Angle into the steel ring steps. Ziggler brings it back into the ring with offense. Ziggler nails a neckbreaker for a 2 count.

Ziggler keeps Angle grounded on the mat with a bodyscissors and Sleeper now. Angle fights up and out, slamming Ziggler back into the turnbuckles. Angle with a German suplex. He doesn’t release and hits two more for a close 2 count. Ziggler blocks the Angle Slam and nails a DDT for a 2 count. More back and forth and counters now. Ziggler misses the Fame-asser and Angle hits the Angle Slam for a close 2 count. A nervous McIntyre hops on the apron.

Angle drops the straps as the crowd pops. Angle goes for the ankle lock but Ziggler kicks him away. Ziggler with the Fame-asser for a close 2 count. Angle blocks another Fame-asser and they go back & forth again. Angle catches Ziggler in the ankle lock in the middle of the ring. Ziggler screams out but Angle keeps it locked. Ziggler goes for the rope but Angle drags him back. Ziggler rolls but Angle turns the hold right back over as McIntyre looks on. Ziggler finally breaks the hold. Angle charges but hits the ring post shoulder-first as Ziggler moves. Ziggler with a Zig Zag for the win to advance.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler

After the match, McIntyre enters the ring and checks on Ziggler as the music starts. Ziggler stands tall as we go to replays. Ziggler and McIntyre head to the back together as we get a look at the updated brackets. Ziggler vs. Rollins and Mysterio vs. Miz are confirmed.

WWE World Cup Semi-final Match: Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler

We go to the ring and out comes WWE Intercontinental & RAW Tag Team Champion Seth Rollins. Out next comes Dolph Ziggler with Drew McIntyre.

They size each other up and go back & forth with holds to start. Rollins goes for the hurt ankle early on. They break and go for a test of strength but Ziggler kicks Rollins. Ziggler takes Rollins to the mat with a headlock. They break and run the ropes. Rollins leap frogs and catches a crossbody. Rollins slams Ziggler to the mat and clotheslines him over the top rope to the floor. Rollins follows to the floor and chops Ziggler. Rollins sends Ziggler into the barrier as the referee counts. Rollins with another big chop. Rollins brings it back into the ring but McIntyre gets in his way. They have words. Rollins dares Drew to hit him to get the disqualification. Rollins heads back into the ring but Ziggler spikes him with a big DDT on the hurt neck for a close 2 count.

Ziggler rakes Rollins’ eyes and forehead over the top rope as the referee warns him. Rollins counters and looks to fight back but Ziggler kicks the knee out. Ziggler with a neckbreaker for a 2 count. Ziggler keeps Rollins grounded now and continues to focus on the neck. Back and forth now. Ziggler gets the upperhand again and drops Rollins face-first. Ziggler with a 2 count. Ziggler mocks Rollins while he’s down now. Ziggler goes down but kicks Rollins into the turnbuckles. Ziggler with a neckbreaker for another pin attempt. Ziggler shows frustration now.

Fans chant for Rollins as he tries to fight free. Rollins counters and rolls Ziggler for a 2 count. Ziggler jumps for a DDT but Rollins catches him. They trade counters and pin attempts again. They trade several more pin attempts. Rollins catches a superkick and hits the Ripcord knee. Rollins falls on Ziggler for a close 2 count as a worried Drew looks on. Rollins cranks up for the Stomp but has to knock Drew off the apron. Dolph takes advantage but Rollins dumps him over the top rope to the floor. Rollins runs the ropes and nails a suicide dive on Ziggler and Drew right as Drew was telling Ziggler to get it together. Rollins brings Ziggler in and springboards but has to roll through. Ziggler with a Fame-asser for a close 2 count.

Ziggler goes to the top but Rollins runs up and nails the superplex. Rollins holds it for the Falcon Arrow but Ziggler counters that with a Zig Zag for another close 2 count. Rollins blocks another Zig Zag and drops Ziggler with a superkick. Rollins with a suicide dive to send Drew into the barrier. Ziggler runs up to the top but Rollins pushes him to the mat. Ziggler sells an ankle injury to distract the referee, allowing McIntyre to push Rollins from the top. Ziggler takes advantage and nails a superkick to get the win.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler

After the match, McIntyre hits the ring to help Ziggler up as the music hits. Ziggler vs. Miz is now official for the finals. Ziggler and McIntyre stand tall over Rollins as we go to replays. Ziggler and McIntyre head up the ramp and Saxton stops them. Saxton says it doesn’t seem fair Ziggler won that way and says some people would see this as an upset win. Ziggler goes on about how he’s been saying this for 13 years but no one believed him or gave a damn about him. Ziggler says the next time we see him in the ring, he will be holding his trophy because he is the best in the world. Ziggler and McIntyre head to the back as the music starts back up and some fans boo.

WWE World Cup Finals: The Miz vs. Dolph Ziggler

Back from a break and it’s time for the WWE World Cup tournament finals. SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon is introduced. Acting RAW GM Baron Corbin is at ringside to also watch. The Miz is out first. We see highlights from the other tournament matches from earlier tonight. Dolph Ziggler is out next with Drew McIntyre. We get formal ring introductions from Hamilton.

The referee ejects McIntyre before the bell hits, sending him to the back. Ziggler and McIntyre argue with the referee but Drew leaves. Miz takes advantage and attacks Ziggler before the bell. The referee tries to restore order but Miz attacks again. They both end up on the outside. Miz clutches his ankle. Miz sends Ziggler into the steel steps. It looks like Miz might be selling an injury. The referee tries to get them in the ring. Miz brings Ziggler in but they’re both struggling. Miz says he’s fine but the referee wants him to prove he can get back in the ring. The referee calls Shane over and says Miz isn’t good to go. The referee calls for other officials from the back, telling Shane he can’t let Miz compete. Miz says he’s never been injured.

The referee tells Hamilton that Miz can’t compete and must forfeit. Shane says it’s not going down like that. He interrupts Hamilton’s announcement. Shane says he’s going to take The Miz’s place. The announcement is made and it’s official.

WWE World Cup Finals: Shane McMahon vs. Dolph Ziggler

Baron Corbin throws a fit as Shane McMahon enters the ring to get ready to go at it with Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler also isn’t happy. We see two referees helping The Miz to the back. The bell rings and Shane unloads in the corner. Shane with a big elbow. Corbin gets involved and argues with the referee again. The referee ejects Corbin to the back. Ziggler takes advantage and hits a Zig Zag on Shane from behind but Shane kicks out at 2.

Ziggler goes to work on Shane now. Fans chant “this is awesome” now. Ziggler rakes at Shane’s face. Shane fights back from his knees now, wearing jeans, sneakers and a tank top. Shane counters and hits a DDT. Shane catapults Ziggler into the top turnbuckle now. Shane goes to the top and hits a big Coast 2 Coast in the corner. Shane covers for the pin.

Winner of the WWE World Cup Tournament: Shane McMahon






Posted by Webteam on October 6th, 2018

The Shield vs. Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre

The match started in a brawl with all six men and The Shield attacking Braun last. They cleared the announce table and attempted to powerbomb Strowman through it but Ziggler and McIntyre attacked them. The match has yet to officially start. The bell sounds and Ziggler hit a big DDT for 2. McIntyre with a big suplex to Rollins for 2. Braun was tagged in and sent him hard into the corner. The heels took turns beating down the IC Champ and taunted Ambrose and Reigns. Seth attempted a comeback but Ziggler cut him off with a sleeper hold. Seth got out of it with a back suplex. McIntyre now legal and Seth took him out with a neck breaker.

Braun took Reigns and Ambrose off the apron with a tackle then ran over Seth. Braun tossed him into the corner and landed a shoulder tackle. Seth fought back and hit a buckle bomb to Ziggler. McIntyre was tagged in but Seth hit a hurricanronna and Braun was now tagged in where he ran him over again. Seth managed to knock down the big man and get the hot tag to Ambrose, who hit a fallaway slam to Ziggler.

Ambrose knocked McIntyre off the apron and went for a DDT to Ziggler, who blocked. Ambrose with a face first slam for 2. Ambrose went to the top rope and hit a flying clothesline but Ziggler rolled through for a near fall. They hit a double crossbody. McIntyre got the tag and Ambrose hit a neck breaker. Reigns got the hot tag and hit McIntyre with a big boot then right hands. Reigns clotheslines him to the floor and hit the drive bye. Back in the ring, Reigns spiked him with a DDT for 2. Reigns was distracted by Ziggler, which allowed Drew to hit a big boot.

Reigns accidentally hit Ambrose with a superman punch and McIntyre rolled him up for 2. Reigns with a powerbomb to McIntyre for 2. Seth hit a spring board clothesline to Dolph. Braun missed a dive and ate the ring post. McIntyre took out Seth with a back elbow. Reigns with a superman punch to McIntyre for 2. The heels surrounded Reigns and Seth in the ring. Ambrose took out Braun with a kick and a dive. A brawl broke out. The Shield hit a triple powerbomb to Drew then Braun took out Shield. Braun launched Reigns and Seth to the floor.

Braun ran over Reigns outside of the ring and the same to Seth. Ziggler with the Zig Zag to Ambrose. Braun attempted to tackle Ambrose but ate the steps. Ziggler with a superkick to Ambrose. Seth took out McIntyre and Ambrose hit Dirty Deeds to Ziggler for the win.

Winners: The Shield






Posted by Webteam on September 17th, 2018

WWE Raw Tag Team Title Match: Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre Vs. Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose

Rollins and Ambrose got in the early offense in the first part of this match, which led to Ziggler and McIntyre backtracking. McIntyre hit Rollins with a shoulder block that led to Ambrose getting the tag. Ambrose got in the face of McIntyre and Ziggler attacked him from behind. Ziggler is now legal and sent him chest first into the top rope. Rollins got the hot tag and hit a slingblade to Ziggler. Rollins missed a dive off the middle rope but connected with a head kick. Ziggler with a DDT to Rollins for 2. Ziggler and McIntyre work over Rollins with double team moves and cutting off the ring. Seth tried to fight back but Ziggler cut him off with a sleeper.

Seth with a back suplex but McIntyre knocked him down and covered him until Ambrose broke it up. Ambrose was able to get the tag but the referee didn’t see it and McIntyre and Ziggler beat down Seth in the corner. The crowd was invested into this basic tag team sociology. Ziggler put Seth on the top rope and hit the blockbuster. Ambrose was able t get the hot tag and cleaned house with strikes on McIntyre. Ambrose with a clothesline to McIntyre a few times and then a roll up for 2. Ambrose went for a DDT to Ziggler on the apron but McIntyre knocked him down. Ambrose sent McIntyre into the ring post and Ziggler into the barricade. McIntyre sent Ambrose into the corner by a suplex. Seth and Ziggler get the hot tags then Seth clotheslines him to the floor. Seth went for an outside dive but was caught. However, Ambrose would hit a dive to take out everyone. Back in the ring, Rollins hit a falcon arrow to Ziggler for 2.

Seth went for the stomp but Ziggler blocked it and went for the fameasser but Seth blocked and hit a buckle bomb for 2. McIntyre broke it up and Ambrose took him out. Ziggler rolled up Seth for 2 and Seth did the same. Ziggler with the Zig-Zag for 2 on Seth. This led to Rollins hitting a superkick to McIntyre for 2. Seth went to the top rope and hit a frog splash to McIntyre for 2. Ambrose and Seth put McIntyre on the top rope but Ziggler stopped them. Seth sent him to the floor and missed a dive. McIntyre took out Ambrose with a clothesline. McIntyre and Ziggler went for their double team finisher but Ambrose fought out and tagged in Seth. Ambrose sent McIntyre to the floor and Seth hit a superplex to Ziggler off the top rope. McIntyre took out Seth with a big boot and Ziggler covered him for the win.

Winners: Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre






Posted by Webteam on August 20th, 2018

WWE Intercontinental Title Match: Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins

They start out with a technical style match and lots of grappling. Ambrose and McIntyre had a staredown at ringside. Ziggler with an uppercut and then a roll up for 2. Ziggler then ducked out of the ring.

Back in the ring, Ziggler caught him with a cheap kick then Seith hit a hip toss and once again, Ziggler rolled out of the ring to regroup. Seth landed a chop to the chest of the champ a few times then went for a suplex but Ziggler blocked it. Seth with a shoulder block but Ziggler kicked the left leg of the challenger and landed a neck breaker for 2. Ziggler with the rake of the eyes then landed some chops as the crowd was quiet. Seth tried a comeback but Ziggler tossed him hard into the corner and to the floor. Back in the ring, Ziggler controlled the pace of the match with a series of headlocks. Moments later, Seth got out of it with a jawbreaker but Ziggler sent him over the top rope to the floor. Back in the ring, Ziggler went to the top rope where Seth caught him and went for a suplex but they both fell over the top rope to the floor.

Back in the ring, Seth with a big boot then the slingblade. Seth with some forearm shots but Ziggler rolled him up for 2. Seth with a big boot then a blockbuster off the middle rope for 2. Seth went to the top rope but Ziggler knocked him down. Seth knocked him down with a headbutt then clotheslines him to the floor and followed up with an outside dive. Seth with a spring board clothesline then a knee strike to the jaw for 2.

Ziggler locked in a sleeper hold but Seth got out of it. Ziggler kicked Seth into the ring post and hit a DDT on the apron. Back in the ring, Ziggler with the Zig Zag but Seth blocked it and hit a superkick then went to the top rope where he went for a frog splash but Ziggler put up his knees and rolled him up for 2. They exchanged right hands then Seth caught Ziggler and put him on the top rope and Seth hit a reversed superplex then the falcon arrow for 2.

Seth went for a superkick but McIntyre sent Ambrose into the steel steps. Ziggler hit the Zig Zag on Rollins for 2. Seth was busted open from what appeared to be a cut on his eyebrow. Seth rolled him up for 2 and they exchange pinfalls. Seth with the buckle bomb. Ambrose hit Dirty Deeds to Drew on the floor. Seth with a superkick then the curbstomp for the win.

Winner: Rollins



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