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Posted by Webteam on June 4th, 2019

Reigns waits in the ring but the music hits and out comes McMahon. Shane stops on the stage and has Mike Rome give him his “Best In the World” introduction.

Shane says he can’t wait to shut Reigns up on Friday. Shane says he’s not just called the best in the world, he is the best when he gets in the ring. Shane goes on about how he gets better with age and how he will beat Reigns from corner to corner, ending him with a Coast 2 Coast and making him tap out for the first time. Shane says actually that won’t satisfy him because he will keep the Triangle applied after the referee orders him to break it, because he makes his own rules. Reigns tells Shane to shut up and dares him to try and make him tap. Reigns says he will pick Shane’s little spoiled ass up and drive him into the mat. Reigns goes on and brings up Shane relying on Drew McIntyre. Reigns reveals he will face Drew at WWE Stomping Grounds in July.

Drew interrupts and runs Reigns down, saying Shane will beat him on Friday and then he will destroy Reigns at Stomping Grounds. Drew says he doesn’t need his partners tonight because he and Shane will take Reigns out. They head to the ring but The Revival’s Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder attack Reigns from behind. The Usos, Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso, run out to make the save, clearing the ring. Reigns and The Usos stand in the ring as the heels regroup at ringside.

The match begins with Uso hitting a big superkick on Wilder. Dawson pulls Dash to safety as Uso goes to the top. The Usos join each other in the ring and run the ropes for the double team dive. We go to commercials with The Usos standing tall.

Back from the break and Dash tags in as Uso tries to tag. Jimmy gets the hot tag and unloads on The Revival. Dash slides out of a Samoan Drop but gets dropped with a big kick. Uso drops Drew and Dawson on the apron. Dash drops Jimmy with a big dropkick off the distraction. Drew tags in and unloads on Uso while he’s down. Drew with more offense and a close 2 count. Drew talks trash while keeping Uso down as Shane cheers him on from ringside. Drew keeps control and hits a big overhead throw for a close 2 count as Reigns breaks the pin.

The Revival with cheap shots to Uso while he’s down. Dawson tags back in and keeps the attack going on Jimmy in the middle of the ring. Uso finally lands a suplex and looks to make a tag. Dawson stops the tag with a big Spinebuster for another close 2 count. We go to commercial with Reigns looking on as the heels continue to dominate.

Back from the break and Reigns is waiting to deliver a Superman Punch to Drew. Drew ducks it and hits a Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Dawson tags in but Reigns levels Drew with the punch. Dash also takes a Superman Punch on the apron. Reigns ends up going out and grabbing Shane after he interferes. Drew makes the save and drops Reigns on the floor with a Claymore Kick.

Dawson shove Jimmy into the barrier and then hit a Shatter Machine on the floor. McIntyre goes back in and levels Jey with a Claymore for the pin to win.

Winners: The Revival and Drew McIntyre

After the match, Shane hits the ring to stand with Drew and The Revival while Reigns and Jey are down on the mat. Jimmy is still down on the outside. Shane talks trash in Reigns’ face and barks orders for the heels to attack. The Revival hits Reigns with a Shatter Machine. Shane talks more trash to Reigns. Shane holds Reigns up and Drew follows up with a Claymore as fans boo. Shane gets back down in Reigns’ face as Dash mocks him. The Revival and Drew hold Reigns up while Shane backs to the corner, then charges out with a Spear. Shane mocks Reigns in the middle of the ring as the boos continue. Shane stands tall with The Revival and Drew as his music hits.






Posted by Webteam on May 28th, 2019

Charly Caruso is backstage with Shane McMahon, revealing that he will be in action tonight. Shane says he’s ready to beat his opponent, like he will beat Roman Reigns at Super ShowDown. We see Drew McIntyre standing there. Shane walks off with Drew and asks if he’s ready.

Shane McMahon vs. Lance Anoa’i

We go to the ring and out comes Shane McMahon with Drew McIntyre. Shane stops and backs up the ramp to the stage, motioning for Drew to come back to the stage with him. They return to the backstage area and we go to commercial for another awkward moment.

Back from the break and Cole leads us to a video package for Triple H vs. Randy Orton at Super ShowDown. We come back to Shane in the ring with McIntyre. Shane talks about the feud between the McMahons and the Samoans, and how it goes back to respect. Shane says respect was ingrained into him at an early age, but it wasn’t for Roman Reigns, which explains why he could strike Vince McMahon. Shane goes on about the Samoans, naming everyone from Peter Maivia to The Rock to The Wild Samoans and others. Shane says he might know WWE Hall of Famer Afa and Sika better than Reigns. Shane says he’s not going to disparage The Wild Samoans because that’s not in him. Shane says his dad was always there to clean up Afa and Sika’s mistakes. Shane say he’s here to represent the McMahon family and he’s ready to fight. The question is, who from the Samoan dynasty will come down the ramp to face him right now? We take another commercial break.

Back from the break and indie star Lance Anoa’i is in the ring. He is the son of Samu. The bell rings. Lance ends up on the outside as McIntyre rams him into the apron and the barrier back and forth. Shane taunts on the mic from the ring as McIntyre continues destroying Lance on the outside. Shane tells Drew to throw Lance in the ring. He calls for the bell.

The bell rings and Shane goes to work on Reigns’ cousin with strikes. Lance tries to fight out of the corner but Shane turns it back around. Shane with more strikes now. Lance finally nails a big dropkick for a pop. Shane catches a superkick and delivers an elbow to the jaw. Shane works Lance over on the mat now. Shane applies a Triangle submission and Lance taps for the finish.

Winner: Shane McMahon

After the match, Shane takes the mic as Drew enters the ring. Shane barks orders as Drew chops Lance back to the mat. Shane applies the Triangle again while talking trash to Lance about some of his family members. Roman Reigns’ music hits and out he comes. Reigns drops Drew with a Superman Punch at ringside. Shane retreats but Reigns chases and stops him from escaping through the crowd. Reigns with a big Superman Punch to Shane a ringside. They go back in the ring and Reigns looks to deliver a Spear but Drew pulls Shane to safety. Drew and Shane taunt Reigns from the stage while Reigns’ music hits and he checks on his cousin. We go to replays. The camera cuts backstage to McIntyre and Shane running through the backstage area. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Cole talks about Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre running away from Roman Reigns.






Posted by Webteam on May 21st, 2019

Shane McMahon is on the stage while Roman Reigns is in the ring. Shane goes on about controlling Reigns’ destiny and wants to show him what that is all about. The music hits and out comes Drew McIntyre. Drew stands next to Shane on the stage. Shane says Reigns’ challenge still isn’t happening tonight but he accepts it for Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia. They have more words as Drew stares Reigns down and his music starts up.

Sarah Schreiber tries to interview Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre backstage but The Miz appears, asking if Shane thinks they’re really done now. Drew interrupts and says Shane doesn’t think he’s done, they know he’s done with Miz. Drew says things have changed around here and Miz has a problem with both of them now. Miz says he will take care of Shane after he finishes with Drew. Miz tells Drew he will see him in the ring tonight. Miz walks off.

The Miz vs. Drew McIntyre

We go to the ring and out comes The Miz. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and we see a bunch of Superstars chasing WWE 24/7 Champion Robert Roode backstage. He ducks them and hurries away. We go back to the ring and The Miz waits as Drew McIntyre comes out with Shane McMahon.

Back and forth to start. McIntyre beats Miz down and works him over in the corner as Shane watches from ringside. Miz turns it around on the apron and works Drew over on the outside but they bring it back in and Drew turns it back around. Drew runs into a boot in the corner, and another shot. Drew catches a shot in the corner and launches Miz across the ring with a throw.

Drew keeps control with another big suplex for a 2 count. Drew with a big chop against the ropes now. Drew goes to the apron and tries to suplex Miz to the floor but Miz blocks and nails a kick. Miz goes for the sunset flip to the floor but Drew hangs on. Miz takes Drew’s knee out on the apron. Miz charges on the floor and runs into a back elbow. Drew drops Miz on top of the barrier, then knocks him off into the front row. Drew with a big suplex from the barrier to the floor. We go back to commercial with Drew in control.

Back from the break and Miz counters a big move from the top and powerbombs Drew to the mat. Miz keeps control and fights Drew back into the corner with punches and kicks. Miz keeps control and sends Drew into the ring post when he charges. Miz springboards in from the apron and drops Drew for a close 2 count. Miz with kicks to the chest while Drew is on his knees now. Drew catches a kick but Miz turns that into a hurricanrana takedown.

Drew blocks the Skull Crushing Finale. Drew with the Alabama Slam for a 2 count as Shane cheers him on. Drew misses in the corner again. Miz goes to work on Drew’s hurt leg again, bringing him down by his knee. Miz goes for the Figure Four in the middle of the ring. Drew pushes Miz into a cheap shot from Shane at ringside when the referee isn’t looking. Drew with a Spinebuster for a close 2 count. Drew waits for Miz to get up now. Miz dodges the Claymore Kick and applies the Figure Four now. Drew tries to chop his way out of the hold and Miz breaks it. Miz sends Drew out to the floor and he goes down. Miz chases Shane and he runs through the crowd. Drew tries to take advantage but Miz cuts him off. Miz sends Drew into the barrier again. Miz rolls Drew back in the ring. Shane comes from behind and drops Miz at ringside while the referee is checking on Drew. Shane rolls Miz back into the ring and Drew hits the Claymore for the pin to win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Shane takes the mic and says he has one last parting gift for Miz before he’s done with him. Shane orders Drew to drag Miz into the corner. Shane goes to the top for a Coast 2 Coast but the music hits and Roman Reigns runs down. Reigns hits the ring and Drew charges. Reigns ducks and hits a Superman Punch. Shane comes from behind but changes his mind when Reigns turns around. Shane runs away and joins Drew on the ramp as Reigns looks on. Shane raises Drew’s arm on the stage as Reigns and Miz look on from the ring.






Posted by Webteam on May 7th, 2019

The music interrupts and out comes Drew McIntyre.

Drew says if Vince won’t get this under control and if no one in the back has a set big enough to stop this, then it’s up to Drew McIntyre. Drew says this is not SmackDown Presents RAW. Drew calls out Reigns on the mic as he walks towards the ring. Drew says Reigns thinks he can just do whatever he wants in WWE. Drew says Reigns is an egomaniac and he’s going to get a Claymore Kick back down to Earth. Reigns says it didn’t work for Drew at WrestleMania, so maybe it will tonight. Vince proposes a WrestleMania 35 rematch and the crowd pops. Vince proposes a second WrestleMania rematch, and this one is for the WWE Title. Vince says he’s brilliant and this is a night we will never forget. Vince says he’s brilliant again. The music interrupts and out comes AJ Styles to a pop. AJ heads to the ring as everyone looks around. We take our first commercial break.

Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre

We go to the ring and out comes Roman Reigns to a pop. Drew McIntyre is out next. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and they go at it to start. Reigns gets the upperhand and unloads in the corner. Reigns with a big clothesline. Reigns with more offense and a close 2 count. Drew turns it around and keeps Reigns grounded. Drew with offense to keep control now. Drew with a big dead-lift suplex for another close 2 count. Drew keeps Reigns grounded again as we get a replay of the suplex.

Reigns tries to fight to his feet as fans rally for him. Drew cuts Reigns off and blocks a Samoan Drop attempt. Drew with a right hand. Reigns comes right back and drops Drew with a clothesline. Drew blocks a shot and tosses Reigns across the ring. Reigns ends up on the floor and Drew follows. Drew sends Reigns face-first into the ring post.

Drew brings Reigns back into the ring as the referee counts. Drew follows and stomps to keep Reigns down, talking trash while putting boots to him. Drew goes for another big suplex but Reigns counters and hits a suplex of his own. They slowly get up and Reigns clotheslines Drew over the top rope to the floor. Reigns exits the ring and runs around for the Drive By but Drew meets him with a big boot for the block. Drew readies for the Alabama Slam into the apron as the referee counts. Drew nails it, launching Reigns face-first into the edge of the apron. Reigns goes down and we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Drew ends up leveling Reigns for a close 2 count. Drew with more offense as he waits in the corner for Reigns to get up. Reigns side-steps the Claymore Kick. More back and forth until Drew drops Reigns with a Glasgow Kiss headbutt but still can’t put him away.

Drew misses Reigns but backslides him for a 2 count. Reigns overpowers and plants Drew with a big DDT but Drew still kicks out before more back and forth. Reigns runs around and leaps off the steel steps with a Superman Punch attempt but Drew puts him down with a kick in mid-air. Drew brings Reigns into the ring and drives him into the mat for another close 2 count. No one can believe it. Drew goes to the top and waits for Reigns to get up. Drew leaps but Reigns knocks him out of the air with a Superman Punch. Reigns covers but Drew still kicks out at 2. Reigns waits for Drew to get up again. They trade big shots. Drew with a headbutt. Reigns hits the ropes and deliver’s a big Spear. Reigns goes to put Drew away but Shane McMahon and Elias hit the ring for the disqualification.

Winner by DQ: Roman Reigns






Posted by Webteam on April 30th, 2019

We go right to the ring for a special Money In the Bank edition of “A Moment of Bliss” as Alexa Bliss is introduced to a pop.

Bliss hypes the Money In the Bank pay-per-view and the two Ladder Matches. She introduces the four RAW participants for the men’s MITB match first. Braun Strowman is the first one out to the ring and he stands tall for a pop. Bliss brings Ricochet out next. Fans chant for Ricochet. Bliss introduces Drew McIntyre next and out he comes to a mixed reaction. Baron Corbin is the final red brand participant but Bliss refuses to do his grand introduction.

Corbin takes the mic and talks about how he will become a two-time Money In the Bank briefcase winner. Ricochet reminds him he lost his cash-in. They have words now. Drew says Ricochet has a point. Drew says Corbin blew his opportunity last week after stealing a win from Drew. Corbin blames the loss on AJ Styles. Drew rants on how he’s tired of outside forces getting in the way of the title. He says the power will be in his hands when he wins the briefcase and he guarantees… Ricochet interrupts and says he didn’t come to talk. Drew tells him to shut up and tells him to stick to high-flying, leave the business talk to the grown ups. Fans boo McIntyre as he’s in Ricochet’s face now. Drew threatens to drop Ricochet. Corbin goes on about winning at MITB. Corbin and Drew have more words. Drew gets in his face and threatens him. They face off. Corbin goes to speak but Strowman tells them all to shut up. He says the reality is that none of them have what it takes to stop him from winning. Strowman says how about a preview of what’s to come. He proposes a tag team match with Ricochet vs. McIntyre and Corbin for tonight. Strowman says they’re going to get these hands… right now. Strowman drops the mic and his music hits. We go to commercial.

Ricochet and Braun Strowman vs. Drew McIntyre and Baron Corbin

Back from the break and the match is underway. Ricochet and Braun Strowman join forces to take control early on, taking turns on Baron Corbin. Corbin manages to tag Drew McIntyre in. Ricochet unloads on Drew with quick strikes. Drew catches Ricochet and drops him with a big chop.

Fans chant for Ricochet as he trades shots with Drew. Drew with another big chop to drop Ricochet. Corbin tags back in and talks some trash while keeping Ricochet down. Michael Cole says Alexa Bliss will be back to announce the RAW participants for the women’s MITB match later tonight.

Drew and Corbin double team Ricochet in their corner now. Corbin works Ricochet over now. Ricochet makes a comeback and kips up, nailing a dropkick. Ricochet drops Drew on the apron and goes back to work on Corbin but Corbin rocks him in mid-air with a big right hand. We go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Corbin is in control of Ricochet. We see how Drew took out Ricochet during the break with a big shot. Corbin rams Ricochet head-first into the corner and Drew tags back in. Drew drops Ricochet with a big chop. Drew ground Ricochet by the arm and keeps him there, smiling.

Drew with a big backbreaker for a 2 count on Ricochet. Ricochet finally gets an opening after dropping Drew, right as Strowman stumbles back to the apron after taking a Claymore Kick from Drew earlier. Braun tags in and unloads on Drew. Braun charges in the corner but misses and hits the turnbuckles. Ricochet tags in and goes at it with Drew but Drew knocks him out of the air with a Glasgow Kiss headbutt.

Drew waits for Ricochet to get up for the Claymore but Corbin tags himself in. Drew isn’t happy. Ricochet counters Corbin and tags in Strowman. Strowman decks Corbin and slams him as Ricochet goes to the top as the legal man. Drew has walked out. Ricochet hits the Shooting Star Press and covers Corbin for the pin to win.

Winners: Ricochet and Braun Strowman






Posted by Webteam on April 23rd, 2019

Triple H, Seth Rollins, Samoa Joe & Rey are in the ring talking.
Joe says he must have missed his invitation but he’s here to remind us he does what he wants, when he wants. Joe announces he is here on RAW. Joe goes on about being a dual champion until Rey Mysterio interrupts. Rey wants the shot at Rollins but he is interrupted by Drew McIntyre. Drew runs Rollins down and says he’s only champion because he got to Lesnar first. Drew goes on until The Miz’s music hits and out he comes. Miz enters the ring and faces off with Rollins, saying he can’t think of a better match to headline Money In the Bank. Baron Corbin is the next Superstar out as fans boo him. Corbin says he’s the best man to challenge Rollins. He brags about retiring WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle at WrestleMania. AJ Styles interrupts Corbin and out he comes to a pop. AJ hits the ring as Triple H and the others look on. AJ asks Corbin if he ever shuts up. AJ says he’s going to make it to the main event tonight and his opponent will find out why SmackDown was the house that he built. AJ promises it will be him vs. Rollins at Money In the Bank. Rollins asks Triple H if this is what he was talking about, everyone gunning for him. Rollins says he’s ready and it doesn’t matter who he faces because he’s Seth freakin’ Rollins and he’s going to burn it down. Rollins exits the ring as his music hits.

The Miz vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Baron Corbin

We go to the ring and out comes The Miz first. The winner of this match will face AJ Styles in the main event to crown a new #1 contender. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Drew McIntyre is making his way out. The Miz stares him down. Baron Corbin is already out. Mi attacks Drew as the bell rings. Corbin comes from behind. Miz rolls Corbin up. Drew goes for Miz and Miz rolls him up. Drew tries to grab Miz but he retreats to safety on the outside, taunting Corbin. Corbin and Drew try to corner Miz on the outside. Miz ends up leveled by Corbin on the floor. They double team Miz with stomps on the floor now.

Drew brings Miz back into the ring and Corbin follows. Miz fights them both off but they beat him back down and the double team continues. Corbin decks Miz while Drew holds him and fans boo. Drew charges while Corbin holds Miz but Corbin rocks Drew out of nowhere instead. Corbin sends Miz to the floor and follows, ramming him back into the barrier. Miz counters and sends Corbin into the barrier. Drew comes and runs over Miz on the outside. Drew brings Miz back into the ring and hits a big suplex for a 2 count. Corbin returns to the ring and charges but Drew drops him with a big boot. Drew goes back to work on Miz, beating him around the ring. Corbin ends up clotheslining Drew but Miz rolls him from behind for a 2 count. Miz sends Corbin shoulder-first into the corner and he goes down. Miz fights Corbin off and into the corner. Miz with kicks in the corner now. Miz with double knees to Drew in the other corner, then Corbin.

Miz with the corner clothesline to Drew. Miz launches himself off the top rope, taking Corbin and Drew down at the same time. Miz stands tall for a pop. Miz with “yes!” kicks to Drew and Corbin while they are on their knees in the middle of the ring. He goes for the final kick and drops Corbin but Drew hits him with a Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Drew takes Miz to the top and works him over. Miz fights back and knocks Drew to the mt. Drew sends Corbin into the corner, crotching Miz. Drew climbs up and rocks Miz on the top. Drew goes to bring Miz to the mat but Corbin gets involved and brings them both to the mat. We go to commercial with all three down near the corner.

Back from the break and Corbin trades shots with Drew on the outside. Miz recovers in the ring. Miz goes to the top and leaps out, taking them both down on the floor. Miz sends Corbin into the timekeeper’s area and brings Drew into the ring but Drew rocks him. Drew with the Alabama Slam and another pin attempt. We see AJ backstage watching the match.

Drew waits for Miz to get up now. Miz dodges the Claymore Kick. Drew dodges the Skull Crushing Finale. Miz goes for the Figure Four and applies it in the middle of the ring. Drew breaks it with a thumb to the eye. Drew gets up but Miz sends him through the ropes to the floor. Corbin returns to the ring. Miz charges but Corbin nails a Deep Six for a close 2 count. Corbin throws a fit at the count, yelling at the referee in the corner. Corbin charges Drew on the floor but Drew moves and Corbin runs into the steel ring steps. Miz and Drew go at it in the ring now. Drew with a Spinebuster and a close 2 count. Miz blocks the Future Shock DDT and hits a DDT of his own for a close 2 count. Corbin comes back in but Miz slides out of End of Days. Miz drops Corbin with a DDT for a close 2 count.

Corbin blocks the Skull Crushing Finale but Miz clotheslines him over the top rope to the floor. Drew levels Miz with a Claymore Kick but Corbin pulls Drew out of the ring and steals the pin on Miz to advance to the main event with Styles.

Winner: Baron Corbin



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