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#1 Contender’s Gauntlet Match: Rey Mysterio vs. Sami Zayn vs. King Baron Corbin vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Adam Pearce

We go to the ring for tonight’s Gauntlet Match main event and out comes Rey Mysterio with Dominik Mysterio. The winner will become the new #1 contender to challenge WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at the Royal Rumble. Sami Zayn is out next. Sami starts ranting about a conspiracy against him. He has a film crew with him and says they are here to document and uncover the conspiracy against him, which led to him losing the Intercontinental Title. He goes on and says when the documentary comes out, it will prove he’s the rightful champion. Fans boo as Sami continues ranting. He enters the ring and goes on about beating Rey, then everyone else who comes down to the ring because he is undeniable.

The bell rings and Sami is still ranting to his film crew. He turns around to a dropkick from Rey. Rey knocks Sami into the ropes and then hits 619. Rey goes to the top and hits the big Frogsplash for the easy pin. Sami has been eliminated. Sami, still wearing his coat, rolls to the floor as Rey’s music hits. Sami storms away as his film crew follows. The music hits and out next comes Shinsuke Nakamura. Rey looks on as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and the bell rings as they lock up and go at it. Nakamura with a headlock before running the ropes and dropping Rey with a shoulder. Rey counters a move and they tangle. Rey rolls through and hits a kick to the face for a quick pin attempt as Dominik looks on.

More back and forth now. Rey sends Nakamura to the floor with a hurricanrana. Rey with the baseball slide but Nakamura catches him and drives a knee to the chin on the apron. Nakamura leaps off the apron but misses a knee as Rey dodges it. Rey slides under the bottom rope with the Sunset Bomb on the floor. Nakamura ends up coming right back up and nailing a sliding knee on the outside. Nakamura brings it back in but Rey kicks out at 2 by grabbing the rope.

Nakamura controls Rey in the corner and drops him again for a 2 count. Nakamura with another takedown and a double knee drop for a 2 count. Nakamura with kicks while Rey is down. Nakamura takes Rey to the top and works him over. Nakamura climbs up for a superplex but Rey resists and fights back. Rey headbutts Nakamura to the mat. Rey nails the flying senton as Nakamura gets up. Rey with more offense and a roll-up for a close 2 count. Rey gets dumped to the apron and then stunned with a kick to the face. Rey blocks a shot into the top turnbuckle. Rey fights back from the apron and flies in but Nakamura catches him. Rey blocks a powerbomb attempt and sends Nakamura into position for 619. Rey nails it. Rey goes back to the top for the splash but Nakamura gets his knees up. Nakamura goes right into the arm bar but Rey tries to fight it off. Nakamura fights back and tightens it to make Rey tap out. Rey has been eliminated.

Nakamura’s music starts to play but King Baron Corbin runs down and attacks Dominik from behind, laying him out at ringside. Corbin rushes the ring and unloads on Rey in the corner. Corbin drives Rey into the mat with a big chokeslam as fans boo. Corbin stands over Rey and talks some trash as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Corbin is going at it with Nakamura. They trade shots in the middle of the ring. Corbin hits a big clothesline for a 2 count. Corbin with body strikes in the corner now. Corbin takes Nakamura to another corner and unloads with more body strikes. Corbin charges but Nakamura moves and Corbin hits the ring post shoulder-first. Nakamura drops Corbin with a kick. Corbin rolls to the floor to regroup.

Nakamura leaps off the apron but Corbin catches him and rams him into the post. Corbin brings it back in for a 2 count. Corbin continues to work Nakamura around the ring. Corbin drives Nakamura back into the mat for another close pin attempt. Nakamura counters a move and nails a leaping kick to the face to drop Corbin. Nakamura unloads with kicks now. Corbin catches one leg but Nakamura drops him with the other. Nakamura moves out of the corner and Corbin hits hard. Nakamura drops Corbin with a kick to the head. Nakamura leaps off the second rope with a flying kick for a close 2 count.

Nakamura waits in the corner for Corbin to get up now. Corbin dodges the Kinshasa and nails the Deep Six for a close 2 count. Nakamura immediately pulls Corbin into a Triangle submission. Corbin powers up and breaks it with a powerbomb. Corbin runs out and back in but Nakamura levels him with a Kinshasa to the face for the pin to get the elimination. Nakamura’s music hits as he recovers. We get a replay of the Kinshasa. The music interrupts and out next comes Daniel Bryan as a “yes!” chant breaks out. Nakamura stands tall in the ring and tells Bryan to bring it. Bryan hits the ring and poses in the corner as the “yes!” chant gets louder. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Bryan nails a dropkick as soon as the bell hits. They tangle and Bryan ends up sending Nakamura to the floor and then nailing a suicide dive, sending Nakamura into the announce table. Bryan brings it back in and goes to the top but Nakamura kicks him in the gut in mid-air. Bryan with the reverse Exploder suplex now. Nakamura charges for Kinshasa but Bryan counters and applies a half Crab in the middle of the ring. The referee checks on Nakamura. Bryan pulls him back to the middle of the ring and then applies an ankle lock.

Nakamura tries to break it but Bryan turns that into a German suplex with a bridge for a close 2 count. Bryan with Yes Kicks while Nakamura is on his knees now. Nakamura gets up and takes more kicks, going back down to his knees. Bryan keep the kicks coming as fans cheer him on. Nakamura ducks the roundhouse kick and then kicks Bryan. Nakamura counters and rolls Bryan into an arm bar takedown. Bryan counters with an arm bar of his own. Nakamura resists but Bryan goes into the Yes Lock in the middle of the ring.

Nakamura tries to fight out of the hold. Bryan transitions again but Nakamura finally gets his foot on the bottom rope to break free. Bryan drops Nakamura to his knees and delivers a few more kicks, focusing on the arm. Bryan backs Nakamura into the arm and continues to work on the arm. Bryan takes Nakamura to the top for the Frankensteiner but Nakamura blocks it and Bryan falls to the mat. Nakamura with a flying kick for a close 2 count. Nakamura drives big knee strikes into Bryan now on the mat.

Nakamura barely hits a roundhouse kick. More back and forth between the two. Bryan forces another pin attempt. They get to their feet and exchange kicks, then punches. Bryan boxes Nakamura into the corner. Bryan with kicks to the chest in the corner now. Bryan drops Nakamura with a kick to the head in the corner. Bryan runs with the corner dropkick, and another. Bryan runs again for the third dropkick but Nakamura flies out of the corner with the Kinshasa out of nowhere to get the pin to eliminate Bryan.

Nakamura starts celebrating as his music hits. We go to replays while Bryan is still down. Nakamura kneels down on the mat and looks at Bryan. Bryan stands up and helps Nakamura up. Bryan offers his hand and they shake as fans pop. They then have a few friendly words but the music interrupts and out comes WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, Paul Heyman and Jey Uso. Nakamura stares Reigns down. Cole and Graves remind us that there is still one man left in the Gauntlet. We go back to commercial with Nakamura staring back up at Reigns, Uso and Heyman on the stage.

Back from the break and Nakamura is still waiting in the ring while Reigns and his crew look on from the stage. Heyman motions to the back and out comes WWE official Adam Pearce. Pearce looks like he wants no part of this. He walks past Reigns and crew, down the ramp to the ringside area. Reigns, Uso and Heyman follow him. Pearce is wearing a pair of pants, no shirt on and a WWE jacket. Pearce looks like he doesn’t know what to do. Uso enters the ring and gets in Nakamura’s face, talking trash. Uso with a cheap shot to Nakamura in the face. Uso beats Nakamura down and Reigns joins him. They double team Nakamura now as fans boo. Pearce watches from ringside. Heyman watches from the other side, clutching the title.

Uso delivers a big superkick to Nakamura, then Reigns finishes him off with a Superman Punch. Uso goes to the top and delivers the big Uso Splash. Nakamura is laid out. Reigns goes out and tells Pearce that this is his show and he does what he wants to do. Reigns aggressively rolls Pearce into the ring. Pearce says some words to Reigns but turns around to a big superkick from Uso. Pearce goes down. Reigns signals for the timekeeper to ring the bell for Pearce vs. Nakamura.

Fans continue booing as Uso pulls Pearce on top of Nakamura. They are both laid out. The referee gets down and counts the pin for Pearce to win.

Winner and New #1 Contender: Adam Pearce

– After the bell, Reigns’ music hits as he stands tall and raises the title. Pearce starts to recover as the boos get louder. Cole and Graves wonder if this means Pearce will challenge Reigns for the title at the Royal Rumble. Reigns raises the Universal Title in the air and looks down at Pearce as SmackDown goes off the air.

 Posted by: admin
 Date: January 9th 2021
 Categories: Uncategorized

Next Week on Monday Night RAW It’ll be the RAW Tag Team Champions The Street Profits vs Shinsuke Nakamura and Cesaro in a Champions vs Champions Tag Team Match

 Posted by: admin
 Date: September 11th 2020
 Categories: Uncategorized

The Street Profits vs. Angel Garza and Andrade

We go back to the ring and out come RAW Tag Team Champions The Street Profits for this non-title match – Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins. Out next comes Andrade and Angel Garza with Zelina Vega. Vega and Andrade march right past Garza on the ramp as he poses. There’s some ringside tension between the two as well.

Garza says he will stat off. He faces off with Ford and taunts him by throwing his pants. Back and forth as they go at it. Ford hits a dropkick and sends Garza to the corner. Andrade tags in and they have some words. Dawkins comes in and dropkicks Andrade. Dawkins launches Andrade over his head.

Vega and Garza end up arguing at ringside for a few minutes as Andrade fails to mount a comeback in the ring. This leads to Dawkins leveling Andrade. Ford goes to the top and hits the big Frogsplash for the pin to win.

Winners: The Street Profits

– After the bell, Garza is already on the ramp, mouthing back at Vega as The Profits’ music hits. We go to replays after Ford kicks Andrade out of the ring. There’s more arguing between the two sides as Garza storms off to the back. The music suddenly hits and out comes SmackDown Tag Team Champions Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura. The Street Profits look on from the ring as we go to commercial, with Cole wondering if the Brand To Brand Invitational is back.

Back from the break and both teams are in the ring. Cesaro says they were surprised to learn The Street Profits are the longest reigning RAW tag team in years. They go on and take some shots, but say they are here to show them how a real tag team should be. Cesaro says thanks to the quarterly Brand To Invitational, they are challenging Ford and Dawkins to a match for next week. The two teams trade more shots on the mic and the match is official for next week. Cesaro and Nakamura exit the ring to Nakamura’s music.

 Posted by: admin
 Date: September 11th 2020
 Categories: Uncategorized

At WWE Elimination Chamber, Braun Strowman will defend the Intercontinental Championship against the combined forces of Shinsuke Nakamura, Cesaro & Sami Zayn.

Since conquering Nakamura to lay claim to the workhorse title, Strowman has been a major disruption to both the former titleholder and his cohorts Cesaro and Zayn, to say the least. Most recently, the fierce champion joined forced with Elias to overcome The Artist & The Swiss Cyborg in a Symphony of Destruction Match — a contest that saw The Monster Among Men powerslam Shinsuke off the Commentators’ desk onto a grand piano and leading to his adversary receiving nine staples in the back of his head.

In the wake of that onslaught, a contract signing was set up for a one-on-one rematch between Strowman and Nakamura for WWE Elimination Chamber. But, when Zayn asked to further review the contract, Strowman remarked that he would end up fighting all three of his foes no matter what the contract said and he signed it. Seizing the moment, Zayn held Strowman to his word. As a result, a 3-on-1 Handicap Match for the title was made official. In the wake of the signing, the three Superstars ganged up on the titleholder and put him through the table. And the rest, as they say, is … hysteria.

Don’t miss all the carnage of WWE Elimination Chamber, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network, March 8, beginning at 7 ET/4 PT!

 Posted by: admin
 Date: March 7th 2020
 Categories: Match Preview, PPV

– We’re live from the KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York as Michael Cole welcomes us. He’s joined by Corey Graves. The pyro explodes as they hype tonight’s show.

– We go right to the ring for “A Moment of Bliss” as Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross welcome us. Greg Hamilton introduces Cross as Alexa’s best friend. Bliss welcomes us and fans pop. She says they continue to celebrate the 2020 WWE Hall of Fame Class on the Road to WrestleMania 36.

Bliss and Cross show graphics for 2020 inductees The Bella Twins, Batista and JBL. Bliss also sends a warning to WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions The Kabuki Warriors and tells them to stop hiding out on RAW, come face them. Bliss goes on and introduces 2020 WWE Hall of Famers the nWo – Kevin Nash, Scott Hall and Sean “X-Pac” Waltman. Out they come to a pop, wearing nWo t-shirts and using the signature music. Cole mentions how Hulk Hogan is also in the group for the induction this year.

Cross marks out for the nWo and takes a selfie with them. Bliss goes on and brings up how they once feuded with WWE Universal Champion Bill Goldberg. Some fans chant for Goldberg. Nash mentions talking to Roman Reigns earlier this week and jokes about using a caddie prod to beat him at WrestleMania 36. Cross, Bliss and the nWo continue their discussion until the music interrupts. Out comes Sami Zayn, Shinsuke Nakamura and Cesaro.

Sami speaks on the way to the ring and mentions how they will win the WWE Intercontinental Title from Braun Strowman at Elimination Chamber on Sunday. Sami ends up taking a shot at Waltman, saying he carried the bags for Hall and Nash for years. Waltman stands up and asks Sami what’s up. Nash picks on how Sami looks. Sami says they could drop the nWo in seconds. Nash says they couldn’t touch the nWo on their best day. Waltman says on any day. The nWo stands up and faces off with Cesaro, Zayn and Nakamura now. Bliss and Cross watch as fans chant for a fight. Sami backs down and says the nWo just wants the rub from them, and that’s not going to happen because they are focused on destroying Braun. Sami and his crew are outside of the ring now. The music hits and out comes Strowman to a big pop.

Cesaro runs up the ramp and attacks Braun on the stage. Strowman fights back and launches Cesaro into the LED screens. Nakamura runs up now but Strowman headbutts him, then launches him into the barrier. Braun stares Sami down now. Sami runs back into the ring but falls down in front of Waltman. Sami is trapped now as Braun enters the ring. Braun approaches but Sami puts Bliss in front of him. Fans boo. Cole calls Sami a coward. Sami escapes to the floor. Braun throws a chair at him and it just misses. Braun tosses more furniture out as Sami, Cesaro and Nakamura look on. Braun takes the mic and promises that all three will get these hands on Sunday. The nWo joins Braun at the mic as he says it will be “too sweet!” this Sunday. The nWo music hits to end the segment.

 Posted by: admin
 Date: March 7th 2020
 Categories: Results, Smackdown Live

WWE Intercontinental Champion Finn Balor vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

They locked up and Nakamura backed Balor into the ropes. Balor shoved him away. Balor nailed a series of rights and Nakamura responded in kind. Nakamura went for a sunset flip but Balor rolled through and dropkicked him. They battled into the corner, where Balor nailed a kick that sent Nakamura to the floor. Balor hit a big tope con hilo to the outside. Back in the ring, Nakamura locked on an armbar but Balor made it to the ropes. Nakamura caught him with a front facelock. Balor nailed a Pele-like kick to Nakamura’s shoulder.

Balor made a comeback but was kicked as he charged across the ring. Nakamura worked over the champ in the corner but missed a charge and was kicked in the head. Balor went to the top for the coup de grace but Nakamura crotched him on the top. Nakamura slid under him, dropping Balor with a great looking back suplex in the process. He got into the ring and set up for the Kinshasa, but Balor caught him and and stomped him. Balor went to the top but missed the coup de grace. Nakamura attacked him, nailed the Kinshasa and scored the pin.

Your winner and new WWE Intercontinental Champion, Shinsuke Nakamura!

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 Posted by: admin
 Date: July 15th 2019
 Categories: PPV, Results

Match Number Three: Aleister Black and Ricochet versus Rusev (with Lana) and Shinsuke Nakamura

Black and Nakamura start things off and Nakamura with a kick. Nakamura leans against Black’s chest and Black with a clean break. Black goes for a round kick but Nakamura avoids it. Nakamura tells Black to come on. Black avoids a round kick and sits down on the mat. Black avoids another kick and gives Nakamura an arm drag. Black with a drop toe hold and Ricochet with a baseball slide to the temple for a near fall. Nakamura with a kick to the knee. Rusev tags in and kicks Ricochet in the corner. Rusev punches Ricochet. Nakamura tags back in and he kicks Ricochet and Rusev with a punch. Nakamura with knees to the ribs and Rusev tags in.

Rusev kicks Nakamura in the leg. Rusev with a suplex for a near fall. Rusev with an Irish whip and Ricochet avoids Rusev and tags in Black. Black with forearms to Nakamura and follows with a leg sweep and kick. Rusev distracts Black and Nakamura sends Black to the floor. Rusev tags in and hits a clothesline. Rusev sends Black back into the ring and he gets a near fall. Rusev kicks Black and then he hits an elbow drop. Nakamura tags in and Rusev puts Black on the turnbuckles. Nakamura with a running knee to the ribs for a near fall. Nakamura with a rear chin lock. Rusev tags in and chokes Black in the ropes.

Rusev kicks Black in the back. Rusev stomps on Black’s hand. Black tries for a punch but Rusev blocks it and Rusev punches back. Rusev with a bear hug on Black. Black with elbows to the head to escape. Rusev with a clothesline and then he goes for a belly-to-back suplex on Black but Black counters with a lateral press on Rusev. Ricochet tags in and he hits a head scissors and running shoulder into the corner. Ricochet kicks Nakamura off the apron and hits a springboard elbow and standing moonsault for a near fall. Ricochet goes to the turnbuckles but Rusev moves on the Phoenix Splash. Rusev misses the Machka Kick. Rusev catches Ricochet off the turnbuckles and hits a uranage for a near fall.

Ricochet avoids the Accolade but Rusev with a forearm. Nakamura tags in and Ricochet wtih an elbow to Nakamura and Rusev goes over the top rope. Black tags in and Ricochet with a Fosbury Flop to Rusev. Nakamura with an elbow to Black and a reverse Exploder. Nakamura sets for Kinshasa but Black with Black Mass for the three count.

Winners: Ricochet and Aleister Black

 Posted by: admin
 Date: February 27th 2019
 Categories: Results, Smackdown Live

Match Number One: Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura versus Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson

Gallows with a splash to Rusev when Nakamura moves. Anderson tags in and connects with a knee and round kick. Rusev tags in and Nakamura does not appreciate what Rusev did. Anderson with a rollup and Nakamura breaks up the cover. Gallows sends Nakamura to the floor and Rusev sends Gallows to the floor. Rusev is sent to the floor and Anderson with a slingshot senton.

Anderson tries to Irish whip Rusev but Rusev with an Irish whip. Anderson with a boot and he goes for a cross body but Rusev catches Anderson and hits a uranage for a near fall. Rusev kicks Anderson in the back. Nakamura tags in and kicks Anderson. Nakamura sends Anderson into the turnbuckles and chokes him. Nakamura puts Anderson on the turnbuckles and hits a running knee to the midsection. Nakamura gets a near fall and then he kicks Anderson in the head.

Anderson with a punch to Rusev and Rusev knocks Gallows off the apron. Rusev mocks Gallows with a Nakamura taunt and he gets a near fall. Nakamura tags in and he kicks Anderson. Nakamura with a front face lock. Nakamura with kicks but Anderson with a European uppercut. Nakamura with an Irish whip and he misses a splash into the corner. Anderson misses a boot and Nakamura with a reverse exploder. Nakamura runs into a spinebuster.

Rusev and Gallows tag in and Gallows with shoulder tackles followed by a kick to the head. Gallows with a splash into the corner followed by a thrust kick. Gallows with a sit out choke slam to Nakamura. Rusev and Gallows go for clotheslines and both are down. Lana tells Nakamura to get up and she tells him what to do while holding her shoe. Anderson tags in and he hits a splash on Rusev. Nakamura breaks up Magic Killer. Nakamura kicks Gallows. Anderson with a flying boot and Rusev with a Machka Kick for the three count.

Winners: Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura

 Posted by: admin
 Date: February 6th 2019
 Categories: Uncategorized

WWE United States Champion Rusev (with Lana) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

Rusev had early control over Nakamura, nailing several suplexes. Rusev clotheslined him over the top to the floor. Nakamura was grabbed on the floor and whipped towards the stairs but leapt over them and landed on his feet, then leapt off with a kick on argue U.S Champion.

Nakamura tossed Rusev back into the ring and nailed several knees to the chest. Nakamura placed Rusev atop the turnbuckles and nailed a knee strike to them mid-section. He drilled Rusev in the mouth and cinched in a front facelock. Rusev made a comeback with a Fall Away Slam and a spinkick for a two count.

Nakamura fought back but Rusev caught him with a kick to the head for a two count. Rusev went for the Accolade but Nakamura slipped out and nailed a kick to the side of the head, then another to the side of the face for a two count. Nakamura went for a running kick but was nailed with a lariat that sent him upside down. Rusev nailed a Machka Kick. He went for another but was caught in a cross armbreaker. Rusev was trapped in a triangle choke but powered up. He was caught deeper in the choke. Rusev finally powered him up but was caught in a hanging front guillotine.

Rusev finally turned it into Jackhammer and scored a two count. They battled to the ropes. Rusev was knocked off. Nakamura nailed a Landslide for a two count. Nakamura was frustrated he couldn’t get the job done. Nakamura channeled George Steele and began working over one of the turnbuckle pads, trying to remove it. Lana got on the apron and argued with Nakamura over his attempt to cheat. Rusev charged Nakamura, but he sidestepped, and Lana was bumped off the apron. She immediately grabbed at her ankle.

Rusev got distracted and went to check on her, but Nakamura nailed the Kinshasa from behind and scored the pin.

Your winner and new WWE United States Champion, Shinsuke Nakamura

30 Man Royal Rumble Match

Number one was Elias, who did his guitar and mic work.

Number two was WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett, who came out in his complete old 1990s Double J gimmick. The fact Jerry Lawler was calling this cracked me up. Jarrett did his old mic work. Elias said he gets interrupted all the time, but rarely through someone who has something to bring to the table. Elias said it is fate they are together. He suggested Jarrett do a duet with Elias. Jarrett asked if the crowd wanted a duet to kick off the Rumble. Phoenix was into it and chanted “Yes!” Elias said the people have spoken. Oh man, I hope Honkytonk Man is number 3.

He asked Jeff to spell his name. Jeff started but Elias nailed him. Elias stomped the heck out of him and complained he’s been compared to Jarrett his entire career. Jarrett made a comeback with a series of rights. Elias nailed him with the guitar and tossed Jarrett out.

Jeff Jarrett has been eliminated.

Number three was Shinsuke Nakamura, doing double duty. Elias went right after him but was nailed with a leaping kick. Nakamura looked good. Elias walked the ropes and nailed Nakamura. He clotheslined the United States Champion over the top but he landed on the apron.

Number four was WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle. He whipped out German suplexes on Elias and Nakaura. He tossed Elias over the top and stomped him. Elias returned to the ring and battled with Angle.

Number five was New Day’s Big E. He nailed Nakamura with a big overhead belly to belly suplex. He nailed a big splash on Nakamura. Angle and Elias battled in the corner. E sent Nakamura over the top but Kurt grabbed him for an Angleslam. Nakamura sent Angle into the ringpost shoulder-first. He sent Kurt over the top and drilled him with a knee to knock Angle off the apron to the floor.

Kurt Angle has been eliminated.

Number six was NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano. He nailed a rana on Elias and drilled Big E with a tornado DDT. He nailed a slingshot spear into the ring on Elias. The crowd chanted NXT. Everyone battled.

Number seven was Jinder Mahal. He was quickly dispatched by Gargano.

Jinder Mahal has been eliminated.

The Singhs tried to get involved but were beaten off by Elias and Big E. Gargano, Big E and Elias sized up Nakamura as the countdown for the next competitor came down.

Number eight was Samoa Joe, who was making his Rumble debut. The crowd chanted his name. He attacked everyone. Gargano tried to come off the ropes but Joe stepped out of the way. Big E went after Joe but Joe overpowered him and tossed E to the floor.

Big E has been eliminated.

Number nine was Curt Hawkins. He didn’t last long as Joe choked him out. Elias nailed Joe from behind. Hawkins rolled to the floor to catch his breath. He went underneath the ring like Zelina did earlier.

Number ten was Seth Rollins. He hit the ring and cleaned house on everyone. Elias was sent over the top and run into the ringpost. He held onto the post but Seth smashed his hands and Elias crashed to the floor.

Elias has been eliminated.

Number eleven was Titus O’Neill. He played up his entrance for laughs and made it to the ring without fail. Hawkins looked up at him from under the ring. Titus gave chase under the ring. He chased Hawkins into the ring but Hawkins ducked down and held the ropes. Titus crashed over the ropes to the floor. Joe then dumped Hawkins.’

Hawkins and O’Neill have been eliminated.

Number 12 was New Day’s Kofi Kingston. Everyone battled. Joe tried to toss Kofi, but he scrambled back into the ring. Joe drilled him with a knee. Rollins and Nakamura battled in a corner.

Number 13 was Mustafa Ali. He went right after Joe and nailed a Facebuster. Everyone battled. Ali and Nakamura battled. Ali dropkicked him off the ropes and Nakamura crashed to the floor.

Shinsuke Nakamura has been eliminated.

 Posted by: admin
 Date: January 28th 2019
 Categories: PPV, Results

United States Champion Rusev is in the ring and he has something to say.

He says last week, Lana, his wife, his love, his heart, got hurt because of the selfish actions of one man, Shinsuke Nakamura. Lana is at home resting, but he stands before you, not as a United States Champion. He stands before not as the Bulgarian Brute with the body of a thousand Hemsworth brothers. He stands before you as a husband. You can mess with him all you want, but Shinsuke, once you mess with his wife, you cross a line. You cross a line you cannot come back from. He tells Shinsuke to come out and he will break every bone in your fragile body. Rusev vows to crush Nakamura.

We see Shinsuke Nakamura in the production truck and he tells Rusev you want people to believe it was his fault that Lana got hurt. You are the one seeking sympathy. Nakamura is going to prove that this is not his fault, but it is Rusev’s fault.

We see the footage from last week.

Rusev, you crushed Lana.

Rusev says that if you don’t come to him, he will come to you.

Rusev looks for the TV Truck but it is a trap and Nakamura attacks Rusev and uses a production case. Nakamura kicks Rusev and then he is asked to leave by agents and officials.

Nakamura with a running boot to the head and he leaves.

 Posted by: admin
 Date: January 12th 2019
 Categories: Results, Smackdown Live