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Mitchell’s WWE SmackDown Live Report! (4/10/18)

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OFFICIAL RESULTS

  • SmackDown Tag Team Champion #1 Contender’s Match: The Usos VS The New Day; Usos win and will face the Bludgeon Brothers for the titles at the Greatest Royal Rumble.
  • Naomi VS Natalya; Naomi wins.
  • SmackDown Women’s Championship, MITB Cash-In: Charlotte VS Carmella; Carmella wins and becomes the new SmackDown Women’s Champion
  • WWE United States Championship #1 Contenders Triple Threat: Randy Orton VS Bobby Roode VS Rusev; Orton wins and will face Jinder Mahal for the title at Backlash.
  • AJ Styles VS Daniel Bryan; Bryan wins, by disqualification.

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SmackDown Commissioner, Shane McMahon, heads to the ring!

Shane O’Mac literally showed he had the guts to fight Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn at Wrestlemania. He and SmackDown General Manager, Daniel Bryan, were victorious to completely ban Kevin & Sami from the Blue Brand, and now he’s here to thank New Orleans for the support. Shane welcomes everyone to the show, and “first and foremost”, on behalf of the entire organization from the Hall of Fame to NXT and the main roster, he thanks the WWE Universe for being part of the greatest weekend and making Wrestlemania a huge success. The fans thank him back.

Shane has been fortuante to have a lot of great Wrestlemania moments, but this year’s was the best, because it had the return of Daniel Bryan! Fans agree with that. Shane had the privilege of teaming with Bryan, but also, because of Bryan’s passion and resolve, they won! Everyone can agree, Bryan was born for this business, and he is now a full-time WWE superstar! But because of that, Bryan has graciously resigned as SmackDown GM, and the Land of Opportunity opens the door to the new GM: PAIGE!

The Glampire had her own emotional retirement just last night on Raw, but now she’s here on SmackDown! She herself is born for this business, and now she’s running an entire show! When Paige gave her speech last night and walked tot he back for what could’ve been the last time, she was met by Shane. This means the world to her, and she thanks him for the opportunity. Fans cheer, “This is YOUR House!” for her, and she thanks them. But to business. The Superstar Shake-Up is coming, but that’s next week! As her first act as GM, Paige will make this night truly special for the WWE Universe. That brings us to Daniel Bryan! “YES! YES!” He hasn’t had a televised match in over three years, so who wants to see that tonight?! Everyone in New Orleans, that’s for sure. Therefore, Bryan will face… Who? Who who who?

Fans chant, “Rusev Day! Rusev Day!”, “AJ Styles! AJ Styles!” and Paige goes with Styles! Bryan takes on the WWE Champion in his first match back! What an incredible decision on her first night! Will Paige flip SmackDown upside-down? Will Daniel Bryan defeat a Phenomenal opponent his first night back to wrestling on television?

 

SmackDown Tag Team Champion #1 Contender’s Match: The Usos VS The New Day!

While the Bludgeon Brothers bested both of these two great tag teams in their Wrestlemania Triple Threat, that was only the beginning of their post-apocalyptic reign. Will this match be another instant classic that leads one team to challenge Harper & Rowan in Saudi Arabia?

The bell rings and we begin with Woods and Jimmy. Woods punches Jimmy back then whips corner to corner, but Jimmy goes up and over. Things speed up and Jimmy runs woods over. Jimmy shoves Woods to a corner but Woods puts him on the apron. Jey tags in at that moment, and rocks Woods with a right hand. Each Uso backs up then hits Woods with a double kick combo in the corner. Cover, TWO, but Jey keeps his cool. He brings Woods up, whips but Woods dodges. Big E tags in, Woods whips Jey, then feeds Jey to Big E’s bearhug! Big E squeezes Jey then throws him overhead! Kofi is fired up for his team while Big E swivels. Woods comes in and somehow shovels Big E up, human weapon: Big E Splash!

Cover, TWO! Woods keeps on Jey in the corner, “Time to Turn Up!” The stomping stampede begins! Big E tags, stomps, Woods tags, stomps, back to Big E, stomps. Kofi makes it rain pancakes while Woods tags in, Big E whips him in for the dropkick. Jey spills out of the ring and Jimmy checks on his twin while we go picture-in-picture. Woods goes out to fetch Jey, then chops him back into the ring. Cover, TWO, but Woods keeps Jey down with double ax handles. Woods rocks Jey with a right, then another, but Jey throws hands of his own! Jey backs Woods down but Woods kicks him back into the New Day corner.

Big E tags in, Woods rams shoulders. Woods holds him for Big E’s running tackle. Big E then feeds Jey to Woods’ fireman’s carry and gutbuster, Big E covers, TWO. Big E keeps on Jey, bringing him up for the abdominal stretch. He swivels while stretching and bending Jey, but Jey fights out. Jey headbutts back, Big E staggers, but Big E shoves Jey back to shoulder him down on the rebound. Cover, TWO, but Big E just moves into the Big Splash! Cover again, TWO! Woods tags in, Big E positions Jey, and Woods hits a flying elbow drop. Cover, TWO, but Woods keeps Jey down with a rear bearhug. Jey works his way up to his feet and gets to the ropes, but Woods moves him back into the New Day’s corner. Big E tags in and throws Jey with the belly2belly, cover, TWO!

Big E goes to the apron and starts up the “New! Day Rocks!” clap. He turns back to Jey and swivels, we go back to single picture while Big E jumps! But Jey moves, the Big Splash hits the apron edge! Big E crashes and burns while Jey crawls for his corner. Woods helps Big E up into the ring, then tags in, but so does Jimmy! Jimmy rallies on Woods with uppercuts and a mule kick to uppercut. Big E returns but gets the dragon whip kick. Woods runs but Jimmy throws him out, to then FLY!

Down goes Big E, but Woods got in the ring. Jimmy hits him before he can jump, but then Woods boots Jimmy back. Honor R- Samoan Drop! Cover, TWO!

Jimmy tags Jey, and the Usos both stalk Woods. Pop up but Woods counters with a DDT! Woods shoves Jimmy away, Big E SPEARS Jimmy through the ropes! Woods hurries to the corner, leg drop on Jey! Cover, TWO! The fans rally for both teams, dueling with chants. Woods stands up, glares down at Jey, then brings him up. Woods tears Jey’s shirt away, then throws body shots. He shouts for Jey to get up again, but Woods takes care of that for him and gives another body shot. He runs, but into Jey’s forearm. Jey runs, but into Woods’ forearm. Woods runs, but into another forearm from Jey! Jey runs again, but into the roaring elbow from Woods, to the stomach! Woods puts Jey on the ropes, then runs, but into a mule kick from Jey. Big E and Jimmy tag in, Jimmy gets the yurinagi backstabber! Cover, TWO!

Big E is shocked, but the fans are loving this. He brings those straps down and starts up the clap. He stalks Jimmy, tags in Woods, then lifts Jimmy, but Jey saves his brother. SUPERKICKS to Big E! Woods missile dropkick to Jey, but Jimmy rolls him up, TWO. Woods rolls Jimmy, TWO. They both run, SUPERKICK from Jimmy, then tag to Jey! Jey climbs up, USO SPLASH! Cover, Usos wins!

Winners: The Usos, Jey pinning; will face the Bludgeon Brothers at Greatest Royal Rumble

Another instant classic to be sure, and this was only to get back to the titles. When the Uso Penitentiary comes to Saudi Arabia, will they be able to get the SmackDown Tag Team Division #LockDown? Speaking of, here come the champions, Harper & Rowan! They simply stare the Usos down, hammers at the ready. Will the Bludgeon Brothers be the ones to finally break the Uso Penitentiary?

 

Backstage interview with Naomi.

She was enjoying her Women’s Wrestlemania Battle Royal trophy, but Natalya had to get catty about how Naomi was “the disappointment of the night.” Neon is so 7th Grade, and Natty hopes Naomi gets shipped off to Raw. So then it’s Naomi’s last chance to beat up Natty? That’s not what Natty said. Stop whining, Natty, it’s “so 7th Grade”.

 

Naomi VS Natalya!

It’s #GlowTime for what might be the last time on SmackDown. But if it is, Naomi plans to go out big by giving one last loss to the Queen of Harts!

The bell rings and the two circle and tie up. Natty gets the headlock takeover but Naomi puts on headscissors. Natty pops out and poses, but Naomi is bored of her. Naomi gets the headlock takeover but now Natty puts headscissors, so Naomi pops out and mocks the posing. Natty is “amused” so she slaps Naomi, then kicks and snapmares her. Natty runs, runs on Naomi, but runs into Naomi’s kick. Naomi whips but Natty reverses, only for Naomi to hit a flying headscissors! Naomi brings Natty up and sits her on the ropes, to then kick her in the back. She goes to the apron, and slingshots over for a leg drop! Natty gets clear, not giving Naomi a chance to cover. Naomi taunts Natty while we go to break.

SmackDown returns and Natty has Naomi in the abdominal stretch. She hammers Naomi’s ribs, but fans rally for Naomi. Naomi fights out with a hip toss, but Natty throws her down by her hair. Natty poses and embraces the heat before bringing Naomi up. Natty snap suplexes Naomi, then kicks her while she’s down. She drags Naomi up by her hair to then put her back in the abdominal stretch, adding a leg to make it part Bow ‘n’ Arrow. Naomi endures and works her way out. She fights but Natty clubs her down. Fans duel while Naomi slips out of a back suplex, to then hit a wheelbarrow stunner! Naomi gets space from Natty while fans build to a rally. Natty is on Naomi first but Naomi kicks back! Naomi lights Natty up, scorpion kick, but Natty counters the springboard into the spinning sit-out powerbomb! TWO!

Natty gets up, and puts Naomi in the Sharpshooter, but Naomi pushes her away. Naomi stands up but Natty’s discus lariat takes her down. Cover, TWO, and Natty gets frustrated. She brings Naomi up again, but Naomi sips to the sunset flip. They both stand up, but Natty ducks the roundhouse to shove Naomi to a corner. Naomi puts her boots up, Natty deflects them, but Naomi comes back with the enziguri! Naomi then hops up, split leg moonsault! Cover, Naomi wins!

Winner: Naomi, by pinfall

#GlowTime trumps Hart, as expected of the inaugural Women’s Wrestlemania Battle Royal winner! Will the glow continue to shine on SmackDown? Or will the Shake-Up send her to bring that light to Raw?

 

Backstage interview with Shinsuke Nakamura.

The King of Strong Style didn’t win the WWE Championship at Wrestlemania, and he didn’t accept it with humility. Instead, he fooled AJ Styles into a trap to give him a low blow and a Kinshasa! Now Renee Young asks on behalf of everyone, “Why would you tarnish your Dream Match?” Nakamura isn’t sure what came over him. Maybe he was too emotional? He’s very sorry for what he did, wink.

Nakamura is clearly being disingenuous, so what is the reason why he did it? “Sorry, no speak English.” Nakamura walks away from this interview, will he be able to walk away when AJ Styles finds him?

 

Charlotte Flair heads to the ring.

The Queen is still the SmackDown Women’s Champion, and she did it by being the first woman to break The Empress of Tomorrow’s undefeated streak! Charlotte says Asuka was the toughest challenge in her career, and she had to dig deeper than ever before. “And for that, I say, ‘Thank you.'” But the Queen left Wrestlemania still champion! She and Asuka left all of their energy and emotion in that arena. Wrestlemania aside, that was a special night, “it was magical.” So, who will she make magic with next? THE ICONIC DUO appears!

Billie Kay & Peyton Royce make their main roster debuts as they head down the ring. Fans chant “NXT! NXT!” Peyton hears Charlotte wants to make magic. Well they know a couple of wizards! They’ll make the title disappear from around Charlotte’s waist. They introduce each other to everyone, and they admit Charlotte’s match was “good”. But it wasn’t Iconic. “Nobody wants to hear you yak-yak-yak away.” Peyton mocks Charlotte’s acceptance speech, thanking everyone from Charlotte’s Uber driver to air, “for letting me breathe.” But Billie wants Charlotte to stop talking about the past when they’re all looking at the future. Out with the old, in with the Iconic. Charlotte fights with Peyton & Billie but that’s 2v1! They get her robe, but she gets a takedown! Except Peyton saves Billie. Charlotte manages to throw Peyton out, but Billie hits her #ShadesofKay boot!

Now the Iconic Duo have control, and they drag Charlotte out of the ring to throw her over the announce desk!

But they’re not done there. They bring Charlotte back up to throw her back over the other way. Then they stomp and kick and club away on Charlotte before dragging her back up, to put her into a post! Charlotte is down and fans chant for “Carmella! Carmella!” Ms. Money in the Bank doesn’t appear yet, because the Iconic Duo isn’t done. They put Charlotte shoulder first into steel steps! Charlotte writhes in pain, but that’s still not enough for them. They say this is their division now, and lift Charlotte up for an ICONIC BOMB! Somehow that still isn’t enough, they drag the limp Charlotte into the ring, and leave her down in the very middle as they stand over her. With such a beat down, will this division be their’s soon enough?

Here comes Carmella!

NOW Ms. MITB cashes in! She has a referee, she has her briefcase, but the referee takes some time to understand the situation. She shrieks for him to do it, but Charlotte is recovering. The announcement is made, Carmella has her match!

SmackDown Women’s Championship, MITB Cash-In: Charlotte VS Carmella!

The champ is barely on her feet, the bell rings, FABULOUS KICK!! Cover, Carmella wins!!

Winner: Carmella, by pinfall; NEW SmackDown Women’s Champion

The Princess of Staten Island dethrones the Queen! And she celebrates this incredible moment as she should. She should thank the Iconic Duo, but that’s besides the point, because the inaugural Ms. MITB is successful! Will Money ‘Mella go on to create even more FABULOUS history from here on out? And what will happen to the Queen now that she’s not on top?

 

WWE United States Championship #1 Contenders Triple Threat: Randy Orton VS Bobby Roode VS Rusev!

The Modern Day Maharaja took the title off the Viper at Wrestlemania in a Fatal 4 Way. Now it’ll take a match between the Viper, the GLORIOUS One and the Bulgarian Lion to decide who steps up to Jinder Mahal at the Greatest Royal Rumble!

Speaking of Jinder, he’s ringside to watch this up close and personal. Will he like what he sees? Or will he and Sunil Singh get a bit more involved than just spectating?

This match begins with picture in picture. All three contenders glare at Mahal as the bell rings, but then turn on each other. Specifically, Orton and Roode go after Rusev! They stomp a mudhole into him, then Roode turns on Orton. He gets Orton to a corner for chops, but Orton htis back. Roode boots Orton but Orton powers out of the headlock, only for Roode to run him over. They both run, Orton runs Roode over to then go after Rusev on the outside. Orton puts Rusev into barriers, then backs Aiden English down, before returning to Roode. HE stomps Roode then gives him European Uppercuts. Orton suplexes and hangs Roode up on the top rope, covers, TWO. He keeps on Roode with a chinlock, but Roode fights his way up to power Orton to a corner.

Roode throws in shoulders, then gives Orton a chop while we go single picture. Fans chant for Rusev while ROode whips Orton corner to corner. Orton comes out, dodges the lariat but Roode denies the RKO. Rusev returns and he rallies on Roode! Rusev stomps a mudhole into Roode, then drags him up for a corner to corner whip. Roode boots back, hops up and hits the blockbuster! Cover, but Orton breaks it. Orton throws Roode out, then stalks Rusev. He brings Rusev up but Rusev revives to roundhouse Orton down! Cover, TWO, and Orton gets out of the ring. Rusev pursues, passes by Mahal, and bumps Orton off the apron and the announce desk. Rusev goes to bump Orton again, but Orton reverses to back suplex Rusev onto the announce desk!

Roode returns and chops Orton, then gets him back in the ring. Roode rallies, corner clothesline to neckbreaker. He then climbs up top while Orton staggers, for the flying clothesline! Roode fires up, and Mahal grins whiel Roode winds up… GLORIOUS Pose! Orton rolls out of the DDT, TWO, Orton starts rallying with clotheslines. He ducks Roode to then hit the powerslam. Roode rolls to the apron, Orton follows him over and pulls him out across the ropes. Roode dumps Orton out, Orton hotshots Roode back, but Rusev returns to back suplex Orton on the announce desk!

Rusev hurries back into the ring, stalks Roode, and with fans chanting “RUSEV DAY!”, he rallies with roundhouses. He barrels into Roode, hits the flying windmill kick, and then fires up with the fans again. Rusev stomps the mat, MACHKA KICK! But that’s not all! Rusev prepares to CRUSH! He stomps Roode, for the Accolade! Roode is in it deep, but Orton kicks Rusev and throws him into a post. Roode rolls Orton, TWO, RKO!! Orton covers, Orton wins!

Winner: Orton, by pinfall; faces Jinder Mahal at Backlash

The Viper only needs one to win, can he win the US Championship back in less than four weeks time?

 

Backstage interview with Carmella.

The new Women’s Champion is beaming. What made tonight the right time? “When a Queen overstays her welcome, there’s always a Princess waiting to end her reign.” This Moon-Walking, Trash-Takling princess just kicked Charlotte off the throne. Carmella was so patient in waiting for her moment, and now look. She tries to not cry, but she needs to thank someone really important to her. She thanks… HERSELF! Carmella made history by becoming Ms. MITB on her own, and made history again on her own. But the Iconic Duo– Who? The point is, ‘Mella is Money, and now ‘Mella is Gold!

 

Backstage interview with AJ Styles.

Styles heard about the “apology”, but he doesn’t want one. He’ll just stick his fist down his throat. But that’s later. Tonight, he’s finally facing Daniel Bryan in a WWE ring. Bryan has a long list of accomplishments, one of the greats even, but he’s not Phenomenal.

 

AJ Styles VS Daniel Bryan!

It’s a Dream Match for the WWE, especially since it looked like it was never going to happen. The Phenomenal One held onto his title against the King of Strong Style, but can he best the leader of the Yes Movement?

The bell rings, and this #FantasyMatch begins! Fans love “Both These Guys!” as they tie up. Styles gets the waistlock and slam but Bryan keeps moving and gets free. They circle and tie up again, Styles gets a headlock. Fans move to dueling now as Bryan powers out. Styles runs him over with a shoulder, then they speed up. Styles slides off Bryan’s back and gets a takedown, cover, TWO. Bryan fights with Styles and bridges before kip-up. They push each other back but then Bryan slips around and snaps the arm! Styles gets to ropes but Bryan is on him with those kicks. Bryan kicks and kicks Styles until he ends up in a corner, then he goes after Styles’ arm.

Bryan wrenches Styles’ arm, then gives it a shoulder breaker into the hammerlock. He grabs Styles’ free arm, but Styles endures the hold. Fans rally while Bryan rolls Styles but Styles rolls out of the cover. Bryan keeps a hammerlock on while fans duel. Styles hits Bryan with a back elbow, Bryan hits back with a European Uppercut. Bryan runs, things speed up, and Styles hits Bryan with a dropkick! Bryan ends up outside the ring, and Styles takes his time going over there, then hits a slingshot forearm!

Styles is in control but still pretty sore while we go to break.

SmackDown returns and Styles suplexes Bryan, but Bryan knees out. Bryan speeds up, and hits Styles with a leaping elbow! Bryan fires up while Styles gets to a corner. He takes aim at Styles, runs in corner to corner for a big dropkick!

Then he gives Styles those YES Kicks! He kicks and kicks, but Styles blocks the buzzsaw into the dragon screw! Bryan gets to a corner now, and Styles runs in corner to corner for the leaping clothesline. Styles whips Bryan but Bryan goes up and over. That leg slows him down, Styles hits Bryan with a moonsault DDT! Cover, TWO! Both men are down but stirring. Bryan crawls to ropes but Styles sits up while fans declare “This is Awesome!”

Styles brings Bryan up but Bryan fights him back. Styles kicks the bad leg, then starts up the Phenomenal Blitz, but Bryan ducks the back hand to butterfly suplex Styles into an armbar! Bryan can’t complete it with Styles locking his hands, and Styles rolls around to his feet. Styles pops out and goes for the Calf Crusher!

He goes right at the bad leg! Bryan endures as he rolls, he goes for the arm, and gets the YES LOCK! Styles resists, rolls it back, TWO! Both men get up, Styles dodges to PELE Bryan! Bryan stays up, but Styles clobbers him with a clothesline! Cover, TWO! Styles gets to the apron while Bryan stirs. Fans duel while he takes aim, springboard but into a kick! Roundhouse rocks Styles!

Bryan is in a corner, and he starts up “YES! YES!” while taking aim at Styles. He runs out, but Styles evades the knee to get him into the Clash! Bryan saw that at Wrestelmania, he gets Styles down into the YES LOCK! Styles reaches back, for the ropebreak! Bryan lets go but brings Styles back up. He hoists Styles onto the top rope, then into the Tree of Woe, for YES Kicks while Styles is upside-down! The bad leg slows Bryan down, but only for a moment. He then sits Styles back up, climbs up to join him, and brings Styles up for… a SUPER BACK SUPELX! But Styles rolled halfway to crossbody Bryan! And then NAKAMURA appears!?

He gives Bryan a KINSHASA!

Winner: Bryan, by disqualification

But Nakamura isn’t done there, he gives Styles a strike fest and a low blow. Then he takes aim from the corner, fires up for it… KINSHASA!! The King of Strong Style still won’t leave Styles alone, he gives him yet another low blow. Nakamura no longer respects the Phenomenal One, or anyone else. Will he give everyone a #Knee2Face in order to get the WWE Championship?

 


 

My Thoughts:

SmackDown After ‘Mania is a success! Such a great opening with introducing PAIGE as the new General Manager. I’m so glad she’s sticking around. Plus, as she announced, it means Bryan is back as a competitor! Then we go right into another great tag match of Usos VS New Day. What’s confusing is that this is so the Usos can save their rematch clause for Backlash and go to Greatest Royal Rumble instead. Does that already foreshadow that they aren’t winning? Then Naomi VS Natty was framed as “could be the last time”, which might foreshadow that one of them is going to Raw via the Shake-Up next week. Between the two, I’d imagine Natty is going to Raw, because WWE won’t separate the married couple of Naomi & Jimmy Uso.

The entire thing with Charlotte, the Iconic Duo and Carmella was amazing. Billie & Peyton immediately impress as Heels both on the mic and as fighters, and then finally, we get that FABULOUS Cash-in. Carmella is the new champion, but I wonder if it’ll be great or evil to send her to Raw via the Shake-Up. She’s such a great Heel that she can make it work if that happens, but it’d just be a shame as far as her career to have such a short reign. Also, did anyone else notice how they emphasized Peyton & Billie are “The Iconics” instead of The Iconic Duo? Does this mean they’ll be open to adding a third or even fourth woman to their team? Or is it just Vince being weird about names like the dozens of times he’s removed someone’s first/last name?

As for the US Championship scene, it was another great match, but with the ending fans didn’t want. It almost feels like they’re taunting fans with letting Rusev get close, only to yank it away and give it to someone we’ve already seen have their moments. Orton VS Mahal happens at Backlash instead of #WWEGRR, which is just as confusing as when Usos had to win their rematch this time. What isn’t confusing is how amazing Bryan VS Styles was, and then how great this new Heel Nakamura has been in just the last 48 hours. He has a new attitude towards interviews, and then goes the extra mile to attack both Bryan and Styles. If any superstars are exempt from the Shake-Up, it’s gonna be Nakamura and Styles, this is the silver lining to SmackDown and they need this to go all the way to SummerSlam.

My Score: 8.8/10


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Mitchell’s WWE Raw Results & Report! (10/18/21)

One more stop before Crown Jewel!

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Coverage Raw 2021

This could be the wildEST Raw in a long time!

Bianca Belair goes after Charlotte Flair’s Raw Women’s Championship, RKBRO takes on The Street Profits, and two tournament semifinals, all on one night!

OFFICIAL RESULTS

  • King of the Ring Semifinals: Jinder Mahal w/ Veer & Shanky VS Xavier Woods w/ Kofi Kingston; Woods wins and advances to Crown Jewel.
  • Austin Theory VS R-Truth; changed to…
  • Austin Theory VS Jeff Hardy; Theory wins.
  • Drew McIntyre & Big E VS The Dirty Dawgs; McIntyre & Big E win.
  • Mansoor VS Cedric Alexander w/ Shelton Benjamin; Mansoor wins.
  • RKBRO VS The Street Profits; RKBRO wins, by disqualification.
  • Queen’s Crown Semifinals: Shayna Baszler VS “Doudrop” Piper Niven; Piper wins and advances to Crown Jewel.
  • Finn Balor VS Mace; Balor wins.
  • Raw Women’s Championship: Charlotte Flair VS Bianca Belair; Bianca wins by disqualification, Charlotte retains the title.

PLAY BY PLAY

Charlotte Flair heads to the ring!

Before putting her title on the line, the Raw Women’s Champion opens the show for her last Raw before moving back to SmackDown! Sacramento is a bit torn about The Queen as she gets the mic. She asks where are the balloons and champagne, and why isn’t the roster out here for farewell hugs? Where are her “Thank You, Charlotte” chants? This is her last night on Raw before she is officially drafted to SmackDown, and she has to defend her title against Bianca Belair? A rookie? “Some flash in the pan?” No, seriously, this is crap! Charlotte really thinks there’s a conspiracy here. Number one, Bianca isn’t officially on Raw yet, and then she has another title opportunity at Crown Jewel! And people say Charlotte is entitled?

All Charlotte wants is a ceremony. She hears fans chanting, “You Suck!” and she tells them to sit down, hush and listen. Charlotte uses the “What?” on the fans, then says she just wanted a fitted farewell for the most decorated woman in sports entertainment history! She finds it convenient that Bianca gets this match just before the switch. Talk about favoritism! Bianca couldn’t win two weeks ago, she needs to get her ass to the back of the line! You can’t beat this opportunity! Not this time, not any time! And tonight, Bianca learns how far she still has to go. Bianca may have beaten Bayley and Sasha, but Charlotte is the mountain she can’t climb!

And save the EST stuff for someone who isn’t the GOAT! But speaking of Bianca, here she comes! Fans cheer for the EST as she tells Charlotte, “A conspiracy?” No, this isn’t that. This is just desserts. The way Bianca sees it, she’s done nothing but prove she belongs. She deserves this rematch! And Charlotte wants to bring up two weeks ago? Bianca had Charlotte beat until she got saved by Big Time Becks. But Bianca can’t even believe Charlotte talking like this! She’s throwing a tantrum all for defending her title and leaving Raw. “Baby, it’s okay.” Bianca says she is the EST, and no matter what brand she’s one, she knows she’s the one to watch because she always shines.

Lucky for Charlotte, after tonight, Bianca won’t be Charlotte’s probably because Charlotte no longer goes here. Charlotte’s literally begging for a farewell, so take your time to say good-bye to the title. Bianca has some advice: After Charlotte takes the L, she can dust herself off and hold her head up high. This life brings trials and tribulations, but Charlotte can use that to make her stronger, rougher, tougher and maybe even kinder. Try that one. Bianca’s gonna take the title to Crown Jewel and return to Raw with a belt on each arm! “Now how’s that for a rookie, Charlotte?” Charlotte sucker punches Bianca! The heels come off, but Bianca dodges the boot to torture rack!

Charlotte scrambles away and to the apron but Bianca handspring heel kicks her down! Charlotte is flustered and frustrated, is this just the beginning of a bad night good-bye?

 

Backstage interview with the New Day.

Kevin Patrick asks Woods about this big opportunity. This is of the utmost importance, Sir Kevin. Woods will be one step behind some of the greatest King of the Ring winners ever! From King Mable to King Ken Shamrock to King BOOKAH! When Woods wins, he’ll be one step closer to fulfilling his destiny. Kofi says we all know how important this is, so that’s why Kofi will watch his back. No repeats of last week where Veer & Shanky get in the way. Martin Luther King had a dream but Woods’ dream is to be a king! All about that crown~!

Woods makes a royal decree here in the “castle” of the Sacramento Kings! And that is that this Thursday, Woods will sit on the crown as King Xavier, first of his name. “HAIL! KING WOODS!” But will the Modern Day Maharaja leave Woods on the outside looking in? We find out, after the break!

King of the Ring Semifinals: Jinder Mahal w/ Veer & Shanky VS Xavier Woods w/ Kofi Kingston!

Raw returns and Jinder makes his entrance, with his minions by his side. The bell rings and Mahal circles with Woods. They tie up, Woods waistlocks but Mahal throws Woods off. Mahal gloats but Woods keeps cool as he circles with Mahal again. They tie up, Mahal powers Woods back but Woods turns things around to have Mahal in the corner. The two get scrappy and the ref has them back off. The two go again, Mahal kicks low and shoves Woods to ropes. Woods boots back, Mahal elbows but Woods drop toeholds Mahal onto ropes! Woods runs to dropkick Mahal in the back! Woods CHOPS and throws hands in the corner, then climbs up. Mahal slips out and gets away.

Woods pursues, throwing haymakers and CHOPS! Woods climbs up another corner now and rains down rights on Mahal. Mahal stops that at 4, runs and runs Woods over with a shoulder! Mahal hits a headlock takeover as his henchmen applaud. Woods endures, fights up, throws body shots and then forearms. Woods runs but Mahal reels him in. Woods breaks free to then ENZIGURI! Woods runs but Mahal scoops, Woods tilt-o-whirls out to a RUSSIAN LEG SWEEP! Fans fire up as Woods runs, slides and basement dropkicks! Cover, TWO! Woods keeps cool as he headlocks, but Mahal powers up to a BIG back suplex!

Mahal stomps Woods, drags him up and CLUBS him down. Mahal JAMS his knee into Woods’ back, then brings him up for a headlock. Woods throws body shots as fans rally but Mahal knees low. Mahal scoops, Woods slips off and rolls him up, TWO! Mahal kicks low again, whips Woods to a corner, but Woods goes up and over to sunset flip! TWO! Mahal runs in but is sent into buckles! Woods runs in but is TOSSED out, and he SMACKS off the steps! Shanky & Veer cheer while Mahal soaks up the heat, and Raw goes to break.

Raw returns again and Mahal clamps onto Woods’s arm, but Woods fights up to a JAWBREAKER! Woods goes to the apron, Mahal drags him up by his hair, and the ref reprimands. Mahal ROCKS Woods with a right, then another! Woods holds onto the rope and he hits back! Woods shoulders in, steps in, but Mahal fireman’s carries to a GUT BUSTER DROP! Cover, TWO! Woods is still in this and Kofi coaches him up. Mahal fires up as he watches Woods rise. Mahal wraps Woods up in the clutch but Woods resists the lift! Woods clubs the arm, throws hands on Mahal, but Mahal scoops for a SIDEWALK SLAM!

Mahal paces and soaks up the heat as he runs, but Woods avoids the knee drop! SUPERKICK! Woods WRECKS Shanky with a dropkick, then goes up the corner! Woods leaps, but into a KALLAS!! Deja vu from last week! Cover, ROPEBREAK!! Woods saves himself and Mahal is furious! Mahal drags Woods up, brings him up and puts him on the top rope. Mahal climbs up behind Woods, Woods fights with elbows and even headbutts! Mahal falls, Woods adjusts, tightrope walk and LIMIT BREAKER ELBOW!! Cover, Woods wins!!

Winner: Xavier Woods, by pinfall (advances to Crown Jewel)

Woods punches his ticket to the finals! He and Kofi go to the throne, and Kofi puts the cape on Woods. Kofi hands the scepter to Woods and Woods says these will be his! Woods holds the scepter to the sky, will Woods truly become King of the Ring when he’s facing The Prince?

 

Backstage interview with Austin Theory.

What did it mean to him to defeat a former WWE World Champion and one that he looked up to? Yes, he did look up to Jeff Hardy, but then he was looking down at him after he won. Wait, wait, the 24/7 Championship chase comes through! Theory has to duck as Reggie jumps off a road case! Is this serious? Drake Maverick and team go down a hall, but Reggie comes back around, only for R-Truth to get him! Truth outsmarted Reggie, but Theory breaks up his chance to pin the champ! Theory has had enough of this! “Do you know who I am?!” Truth has a theory that Theory is a theorisist. A what?

Truth wants Theory to hold on. This anger and frustration, he wants to take it out in the ring, huh? Oh yeah! In that case, Truth accepts the challenge. On one condition: Theory gets permission from mommy to stay up late! GOTTEE~! Well management made this match, and it’s happening next!

Austin Theory VS R-Truth!

Raw returns and Truth makes his entrance, but he wants the music to cut. “Hey, I made a mistake. That was on me, my bad. I didn’t accept your challenge for R-Truth. I accepted your challenge for R-Truth’s friend.” It’s Jeff Hardy! The Charismatic Enigma is getting a surprise rematch! Will this bait and switch throw Theory off completely? Or will Theory just go 2-0 against the future hall of famer?

Austin Theory VS Jeff Hardy!

The bell rings and the two tie up. Theory powers Hardy to a corner, lets off fast and mocks Hardy’s moves. The fans rally for Hardy as Theory headlocks, but Hardy powers out. Theory runs Hardy over and then mocks the moves again. But Hardy drags Theory into a cradle! TWO, and Theory blocks a kick! Hardy throws hands, Theory avoids the jawbreaker but Hardy rolls Theory up! TWO, and Theory says Hardy was pulling tights! Hardy apologizes, then dropkicks Theory out of the ring! Hardy is on the apron, but Theory blocks his kick to trip Hardy up! Hardy lands hard on the apron, but Theory then drags him out for a DRAPING NECKBREAKER! Hardy is down while Raw goes to break!

Raw returns and Hardy fights the chinlock, only for Theory to snapmare and stomp Hardy down! Theory talks trash to Hardy then jumps, but Hardy avoids the elbow drop! Hardy gets up, gives Theory an atomic drop, then trips him up for the leg splitting leg drop! Basement dropkick then a SPLASH! Cover, TWO! Hardy drags Theory up but Theory kicks back, whips, but Hardy reverses to send Theory out. Hardy builds speed to WRECK Theory with a dropkick! Hardy goes out, runs around the way and leaps off the steps, POETRY IN MOTION! Theory hits barriers and fans fire up with Hardy! The ring count is past 5 but Hardy puts Theory in.

Hardy HOTSHOTS Theory into a drop zone, and fans fire up as Hardy climbs! but Theory trips Hardy up by hitting the ropes! Theory fireman’s carries and spins, A T L! Cover, Theory wins!

Winner: Austin Theory, by pinfall

And that is two-and-oh! Theory even gets another victory selfie to add to his gallery! But Hardy gets up to give Theory a TWIST OF FATE! And he grabs the phone to take a payback selfie! Will Theory still take the momentum from the win and turn it into something big for the Fall?

 

Drew McIntyre talks with Big E at gorilla position.

About last week… The footage showed that nothing was intentional last week, but McIntyre saw red and of course dropped Big E with a Claymore. To be honest, Big E threw fuel on the fire by tagging in without permission. So maybe tonight they coexist. We know Thursday, they will do what they do. At Crown Jewel, may the best man win. Don’t worry, McIntyre will. But let Big E do what he does: AWWWWWW Sacramento~! Clap for your WWE World CHAMPIOOON~! And FEEL~ the POWER~! Big E heads out first, will he and McIntyre make it work in a rematch with “Big Bob” and DZ?

 

Sonya Deville talks with Adam Pearce backstage.

They are in agreement that things have to be bigger and better than ever, but then Charlotte Flair walks in. Are they talking about a way to screw her over? No, they were talking about the Raw season premiere next week, not that it is any of her business. And what is she talking about? Well Charlotte wasn’t asked but told to defend her title. And then they let Bianca walk out and disrespect her during her farewell speech! Plus, no champagne, balloons or hugs! She has to defend the title she made relevant! She smells conspiracy! Sonya has Charlotte relax, because this is just all logical sense to have that main event.

Charlotte won’t be replaced by Bianca because she will still be Raw Women’s Champion AND the new face of SmackDown! Forget SmackDown, is Charlotte one moment away from a meltdown?

 

Drew McIntyre & Big E VS The Dirty Dawgs!

Raw returns as McIntyre makes his entrance, Angela the sword in hand. Then Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler make theirs. The teams sort out and the world champion starts against The Show-Off. They tie up, go around, and Big E SLAMS Ziggler down. Big E swivels them hips but Ziggler gets up. Ziggler throws hands, swivels his hips, but runs into Big E’s shoulder! Cover, TWO! Big E tags in McIntyre, they mug Ziggler, and then McIntyre TOSSES Ziggler to a corner. McIntyre CHOPS Ziggler and he falls down! McIntyre drags Ziggler up to CHOP him again, dedicating that one to “Big Bob.” Ziggler kicks McIntyre in the leg, rakes his eye, then tags in Roode.

The Dawgs mug McIntyre, Roode bumps him off buckles, then climbs up to rain down fists. Roode shouts, “I’m BIG BOB!” then he hops down to CHOP! Roode whips corner to corner but McIntyre comes back to run him over! “I’m BIG D!” McIntyre dead lifts Roode to a suplex! Cover, TWO! McIntyre wrenches Roode’s arm, tags Big E in, and they mug Roode. Roode kicks back, rakes Big E’s eyes, then headlocks. Big E powers up and out, things speed up, Big E hurdles and CLOBBERS Roode! Big E BLASTS Ziggler off the apron, then drags Roode over to the apron to CLUB away on his chest! Fans fire up as Big E gets back up, for the APRON SPLASH only for Ziggler to save Roode!

Ziggler then aims and runs at Big E, but Big E turns Famouser into a TOSS into the timekeeper’s area! But Roode whips Big E into the steel steps! Fans boo and McIntyre coaches Big E up as Raw goes to break.

Raw returns again and Roode bumps Big E off buckles. Tag to Ziggler and he stomps a mudhole in. The ref counts, Ziggler lets off to argue with him, and Roode chokes Big E! McIntyre protests but Ziggler dropkicks Big E down! Cover, TWO! Ziggler grows annoyed but he taunts Big E then wraps on a chinlock. Ziggler leans on the hold but Big E endures. Ziggler claws at Big E’s eyes, but Big E fights up to his feet! Big E reaches, walks towards his corner, but Ziggler rakes eyes again! Roode distracts the ref from seeing that, Ziggler hits a NECKBREAKER! Cover, TWO! Ziggler scrapes Big E’s face off ropes! The ref counts, Ziggler lets off and tags in Roode.

Roode whips Ziggler in for a SPLASH! Then Ziggler feeds Big E to Roode’s kick and NECKBREAKER! Cover, TWO! Roode does push-up just to show off, then he drags Big E up to tag Ziggler. The Dawgs mug Big E, Ziggler rakes Big E’s eyes again, then climbs up in a corner. Ziggler rains down fists, stops at 7 because he says what happens here, and then he runs corner to corner, to SPLASH! Ziggler waits for Big E to stagger forward, but Big E TOSSES the satellite DDT away! Fans fire up as both men are down, hot tags to Roode and McIntyre! The Scottish Warrior rallies, whips and OVERHEAD Belly2Belly suplexes! Then he clinches Roode for another OVERHEAD Belly2Belly!

Ziggler runs in but he gets an OVERHEAD Belly2Belly! McIntyre dodges Roode to hit a NECKBREAKER! McIntyre kips up, fans fire up, and he corner clotheslines Ziggler for the INVERTED ALABAMA SLAM onto Roode! Fans fire up with McIntyre as he fireman’s carries Roode. Roode scrambles, fights free, and Ziggler goes after Big E! McIntyre and Big E avoid a collision but Ziggler trips Big E and Roode hits a SPINEBUSTER! Cover, TWO! Ziggler tags in, GLORIOUS FAMOUSER!! Cover, TWO!! McIntyre survives but Ziggler coordinates with Roode. Tag to Roode, Ziggler whips Roode and Roode whips Ziggler, but McIntyre dodges the splash! GLASGOW KISS FOR ROODE!

Big E is back on the apron, McIntyre gives him the tag! Big E scoops Roode, for the BIG ENDING! Cover, Big E and McIntyre win!

Winners: Big E & Drew McIntyre, by pinfall

The WWE World Champion has belt and hand raised, but then McIntyre turns him around. The two stare down, but McIntyre offers a handshake. Big E takes it, and both men are fired up for Crown Jewel. But then Big E doesn’t let McIntyre leave first. They get even more fired up! McIntyre says Big E will never be him, but Big E says he doesn’t want to be. We will see who is the better man at Crown Jewel!

 

The Street Profits are fired up backstage.

Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins are back on Raw, and they’re gonna take it by storm again! It’s like deja vu, because they’re gonna put the division on notice! Ford is excited for Crown Jewel. Are you ready~, ready~, ready~? Live on the WWE Network and Peacock this Thursday. But the biggest match they’re watching is the Raw Tag Team Championships, the fan favorite odd couple, RKBRO VS the Phenomenal AJ Styles & the one who actually puts in the work, Omos! Yeah, Styles is like that kid in the group project who doesn’t do anything but still gets the A. Wait, Ford and Dawkins were “that guy.”

But they aren’t just asking, they’re demanding for the smoke! Wait, it is smoky in here. Styles and Omos walk in and Styles says they were bringing dignity back to the Raw Tag Division, then these two dorks had to show up. Omos says Raw is HIS house. Uh, their house. Styles’ name is there, too. But you’re looking at the next Raw Tag Team Champions. They’ll beat RKBRO at Crown Jewel, making those two a fleeting memory. They gone…! But hey, if the Profits aren’t too beat up from the Street Fight on SmackDown, not that anyone cares about SmackDown here on Monday Night Raw, and maybe if they put a hurting on RKBRO, they can be at the top of the list when facing the new champions, aka Omos & Styles.

Wow, top of the list? HAHAHAHAHAHA! No. They’ll be back to put the entire roster on notice. Because the Profits are up, and #WEWANTTHESMOKE! Bye. Styles points out how it’s weird that they are the Profits, not Prophets. Well, they have no idea what’s coming anyway.

 

Mansoor VS Cedric Alexander w/ Shelton Benjamin!

Before going 1v1 with The Beacon at Crown Jewel to settle things from last week, the Star of Saudi Arabia shines on his own! Can he overcome PRIMED Alexander to be ready for Mustafa Ali?

Raw returns and The Hurt Business make their entrance. The bell rings, Mansoor and Alexander circle, and Alexander kicks low. Alexander headlocks, Mansoor tries to power out but Alexander holds tight. Mansoor rolls Alexander away, gets around to waistlock but Alexander bucks the O’Conner Roll. Mansoor wheelbarrows and victory rolls to a STANDING MOONSAULT! Cover, TWO! Mansoor CLUBS Alexander, wrenches and whips but Alexander holds ropes. Mansoor CHOPS, whips, but Alexander slides under to pump handle and EXPLODER! Alexander then gets Mansoor up, whips and scoops for a BACKBREAKER!

Mansoor crawls to a corner, Alexander storms over and climbs up to bark in Mansoor’s face while grinding forearms in. Alexander throws body shots, CLUBS Mansoor down, but Mansoor hits back. Alexander DECKS Mansoor and then rains down fists! Cover, TWO! Alexander stays on Mansoor with a rear bearhug and he leans his weight on Mansoor. Alexander drives in elbows, talks some trash, pulls hair and then has a chinlock to stretch Mansoor back. Mansoor endures, fights up as fans rally, and he pries the hold apart, only for Alexander to knee him in the back! Alexander throws body shots but Mansoor throws back elbows.

Alexander reels Mansoor in but Mansoor lands out of the back suplex to boot and ENZIGURI! Mansoor gets up, Alexander throws heavy body shots. Alexander whips, scoops but Mansoor tilt-o-whirls through for a REVERSE DDT! Mansoor fires up, Alexander gets to ropes and Mansoor runs, but Alexander puts him on the apron. Mansoor slingshots in for the NECKBREAKER! Cover, Mansoor wins!

Winner: Mansoor, by pinfall

But here comes Mustafa Ali! “You’ve got to be kidding me. After everything I’ve done to you, you are still coming out here and smiling like some damn fanboy! Honestly, it’s pathetic.” But in Mansoor’s hometown, Ali will finally wipe that stupid smile off Mansoor’s face. And not just Mansoor! No, Ali will wipe the smile off everyone’s face that supports Mansoor. Mansoor tells Ali, “For once in your life, shut the hell up!” Mansoor wants Ali to listen to him now! “I said look at me, you piece of trash!” Mansoor doesn’t have a smile on his face right now. But at Crown Jewel, Mansoor will be grinning ear to ear when he beats Ali senseless!

This Thursday, Mansoor proves to the world that Ali is nothing more than just a pathetic, cowardly excuse for a man! Mansoor then makes it even more clear in Arabic! Ali is stunned to see this fire in Mansoor! Will the Beacon burn in the light of the Star of Saudi Arabia?

 

Raw holds a dual interview via video with Goldberg and Bobby Lashley.

Separated for obvious reasons, Corey Graves thanks both men for being here tonight. Starting with Goldberg, we heard Lashley’s response to Goldberg’s threats. Goldberg says those weren’t threats. Threats are what someone might do. Goldberg will do what he said he’d do: beat Lashley within an inch of his life, then finish the job. Lashley hops Goldberg realizes that not only is what he saying nonsense, but criminal. Threatening the life of a man on live TV? Lashley could call the authorities and have Goldberg arrested. But that is not how Lashley does business. Goldberg can run his mouth because nothing he says will become reality. Lashley is untouchable!

Lashley promises Crown Jewel goes the same was as SummerSlam, but Goldberg won’t have any family members to fight for him. And speaking of family, how does Goldberg’s son feel about the example his father is setting? Goldberg wants Lashley to choose his words wisely. The more Lashley talks about Goldberg’s family, the more Goldberg will make Lashley suffer. In 72 hours, Lashley’s ass is Goldberg’s, and there’s not a damn thing he can do about it. Well Goldberg must not have been watching last week. You can’t kill the All Mighty! You can only hope to survive!

Lashley wants Goldberg to remember how he dropped to his knees, thanking the heavens for this match. Remember that Thursday when he’ll be begging for forgiveness. Is Lashley finished? And Lashley doesn’t believe his own crap, does he? Lashley says he’ll finish with this: before, Goldberg faced Lashley with restrictions; but No Holds Barred means there’s nothing to stop Lashley from ending Goldberg’s career! Lashley is done here. Goldberg corrects Lashley, and says they’ll be done at Crown Jewel. “Safe travels. Kill ya Thursday, Bobby!” Will either man survive when they can do just about anything to each other?

 

RKBRO talks backstage.

Matt Riddle is anticipating another great plan this week. He still can’t get over how Randy Orton suckered Omos & Styles during that match last week. Orton could win an Oscar, or even a Kids Choice Award! That was wild because Riddle wasn’t sure if Orton was coming out, but he knew deep down that Orton had a plan all along. For the love of God, Riddle, there was never a plan! Wow, totally believable, and totally Randy. Riddle says at Crown Jewel, they can table top Omos! Always works, dude. And what about The Profits? They say they want the smoke, so Riddle got a ton of ideas.

Orton says if Riddle wants to know the plan, with all his heart, then the plan is to go out and win! then at Crown Jewel, they will go to the ring and what? W-Win? YES. Now one question: Does Riddle want the smoke? Yeah! Then let’s go get it. Nice! The tag champions head out, but will they fire up on the way to Crown Jewel?

RKBRO VS The Street Profits!

Raw returns and the Profits make their entrance. The teams sort out and Riddle starts with Ford. Riddle says he wants the smoke, then he ties up with Ford. Riddle waistlocks, SLAMS Ford, and Ford calls to Dawkins! Riddle gets the ARMBAR, but Ford makes it a cover, TWO! Ford scrambles to ropes and Riddle resets. Fans chant for “R K BRO! R K BRO!” as Riddle and Ford circle. They tie up, Ford waistlocks to a headlock, and he grinds Riddle down. Riddle fights up, but Ford holds tight to the headlock. Riddle powers out, Ford goes up and over and handsprings to show off the agility. Ford mocks the Orton pose, then things speed up as Ford hurdles, hurdles and dropkicks!

Fans fire up as Ford brings Riddle over and tags Dawkins in. The Profits whip then dropkick Riddle down! Then the back suplex SPLASH! Cover, TWO! Dawkins swipes at Orton but he gets away. Tag to Ford, the Profits double suplex but Riddle slips out! Riddle dodges Dawkins, Orton trips Dawkins up and bumps him off the apron! Riddle dumps Ford out, then Riddle goes up and to the apron, PENALTY KICK for Dawkins! SPRINGBOARD FLOATING BRO takes Dawkins down! Ford FLIES in outta nowhere to take out RKBRO! Fans are fired up as all four men are down and Raw goes to break!

Raw returns again and Orton has Ford with a chinlock. Dawkins coaches Ford and he fights up, throws elbows, but Orton knees low. Orton whips Ford to ropes but Ford jumps over for the sunset flip! TWO, and Orton CLOBBERS Ford with a clothesline! Orton tags Riddle in, Riddle gut wrenches Ford and spins around and around and around! Riddle stops at about a dozen rotations then suplexes Ford away! Ford sits up and tries to not see double, but Riddle covers, TWO! Riddle drags Ford up into a chinlock and grinds him down. Ford endures, fights up and throws elbows and body shots. Riddle ROCKS Ford with a forearm, reels him in, and gets him up, but Ford slips out to ENZIGURI!

Both men are down, fans fire up as they crawl, Riddle anchors Ford’s foot, but Ford still fights up to hot tag Dawkins! Dawkins rallies on RKBRO, whips but Riddle reverses, only for Dawkins to hurdle and flying back elbow! Dawkins runs at Riddle to CYCLONE SPLASH! Then he scoops, but Riddle fights the exploder off! Riddle kicks, into a T-BONE BELLY2BELLY! Dawkins gets Riddle up, THE SILENCER! Cover, TWO!! Riddle survives the twisting butterfly but Dawkins drags him back up. Scoop, but Riddle slips out to ripcord FINAL FLASH! Dawkins staggers, Ford tags in. Hot tag to Orton, and The Viper rallies on Ford! Orton dodges Ford to POWERSLAM!

Ford flounders and writhes to the apron but Orton has him through ropes! Orton blows a big kiss to the fans before the DRAPING DDT! Fans fire up with Orton as he hears voices in his head! Ford slowly rises, but Styles & Omos make their entrance. Wait, just Omos? Styles sets up, springboard for the PHENOMENAL FOREARM!

Winners: RKBRO, by disqualification

Omos CLOBBERS Dawkins, then choke grips Riddle for an APRON CHOKE SLAM! Styles has Omos get in the ring with him, and Styles feeds Ford to Omos’ fireman’s carry! Gorilla press for a MOUNTAIN TOP DROP! Styles talks trash right to Orton’s face, “Did you see it coming?!” Omos then waits for Orton to stand back up, and he gives him a COLOSSAL ROUNDHOUSE! The Phenomenal One and the Mountain of a Man are standing tall, but will they be win big at Crown Jewel?

 

Queen’s Crown Semifinals: Shayna Baszler VS “Doudrop” Piper Niven!

The Queen of Spades got to bully Naomi on SmackDown, now she looks to make someone else #TapNapOrSnap. But will she get #DouDROPPED this close to the throne?

Raw returns and Piper makes her entrance. The bell rings and wait, here comes Zelina Vega! La Muneca is here in person to see who meets her in the finals. She even puts the crown on as if it’s hers! Shayna and Piper focus on each other as they circle and tie up. They’re in a deadlock but then Piper powers Shayna to a corner! Piper lets off and Shayna comes back. Shayna gets around, KICKS a leg, but Piper stays up. Shayna KICKS the leg more, then keeps away from Piper’s grip. They tie up, Piper TOSSES Shayna, and then storms up to her to grapple again. Shayna KICKS away on the leg and she has Piper down! Vega pretends to be concerned as Shayna runs, but into a SAIDO!

Piper hobbles up, Shayna is in a corner, and Piper runs corner to corner to CANNONBALL! Piper snarls, drags Shayna up and reels her in, to scoop and- NO! Shayna slips out to a KIRAFUDA KLUTCH! Piper endures, Shayna squeezes tight, but Piper RAMS Shayna into buckles! Shayna holds on but Piper throws her down! Piper runs and BASEMENT FLOPS! KIRAFUDA KLUTCH! Piper is caught, she’s fading, tries to fight up, but Shayna just holds on tighter! Piper gets up again, pries at the legs and makes this a cover! PIPER WINS!

Winner: Piper Niven, by pinfall (advances to Crown Jewel)

Piper snatches victory from the jaws of defeat! Vega is pleased, mostly because she doesn’t have to worry about the dangerous Baszler. She and Piper stare down on stage, but who will be the one returning to the US with the crown and cape?

 

Rhea Ripley & Nikki A.S.H. talk with Bianca Belair backstage.

The WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions want to wish the EST good luck against Charlotte Flair, and they officially welcome her to Raw with a baseball cap. Let them know if she needs any BOOM, ZAP and KAPOW! Rhea says that’s Nikki way of saying, “Welcome to Raw.” Bianca says there is nothing or no one that will get in her way of giving Charlotte a proper farewell. They like the sound of that. Bianca says she’s got this, though the hat and the ponytail don’t really work together. But will Bianca be wearing the Raw belt soon enough?

 

Finn Balor VS Mace!

The Prince is here to show Raw what’s in store! Will he use the menacing Mace as a tune-up for Woods and the King of the Ring finals?

Raw returns and Woods has returned to sit on the throne and show Balor what’s coming. Mace makes his entrance and the bell rings. They tie up, Balor wrenches but Mace shoves him away to knee hard and low! Mace runs, slides and comes back to CLOBBER Balor with an elbow! Cover, TWO! Mace clamps on with a neck wrench and he grinds Balor down. Balor fights up but Mace knees low! Mace puts Balor into a corner, Balor BOOTS him back! Balor throws forearms, goes for legs but Mace CLUBS him down! Mace drags Balor up to throw hands in the corner! Mace then runs, slides and comes back to back elbow hard!

Mace brings Balor up, whips him corner to corner and runs in, but Balor dodges and runs, only to run into a SCRAPBUSTER! Cover, TWO! Mace snarls but he drags Balor up and clamps on a claw into the shoulder. Fans rally up for Balor as he fights up and KICKS a leg. Balor tries for a takedown but Mace gut wrenches him up. Balor slips out, trips Mace up and DOUBLE STOMPS him down! Mace gets up and fireman’s carries but Balor slips out to an ELBOW DROP DDT! Fans fire up as Balor aims and runs, SLINGBLADE! Balor aims again, SHOTGUN DROPKICK! Mace hits buckles, flops into the drop zone and Balor goes up top! COUP DE GRACE! Cover, Balor wins!

Winner: Finn Balor, by pinfall

Woods cheers Balor, and Balor stares him down as he walks up the ramp. Woods says that crown is his, then points the scepter at Balor. Balor grabs it to yank Woods off the throne! Kofi comes out to back Woods up and keep the peace. Will the Prince become a king? Or will even Finn have to say, “All Hail King Woods?”

 

John Morrison is meditating again.

The Viking Raiders ask him, “In the name of Ragnar,” what he’s doing? Morrison says he is on a spiritual journey to find his chi, the mystical force at the center of all life. He is so close! What happens after that? If he captures this chi, will it help him to raid? Maybe. But the ultimate purpose of his journey is to share his inner most thoughts with the universe. What good is it if it’s not to raid? Erik & Ivar leave so Morrison can go back to meditating.

 

Raw Women’s Championship: Charlotte Flair VS Bianca Belair!

The Queen claims conspiracy and bias, but The EST says this is just what they both deserve. Will Bianca be going into Crown Jewel on the precipice of becoming a double champion? Or will Charlotte complicate the title scene by keeping this title as she goes to SmackDown?

Raw returns and Charlotte makes her entrance. The introductions are made, the belt is raised, and the landscape of the WWE Women’s Division will be shaped right here and now!

Bianca dares Charlotte to bring it and fans rally up. Bianca and Charlotte slowly approach, tie up, and Bianca powers Charlotte back. Charlotte gets around to a waistlock and SLAM, but Bianca gets up to switch and SLAM Charlotte! Charlotte stands, elbows out, then runs, but Bianca runs and dropkicks cancel out! They both kip up and fans fire up! Charlotte oddly offers a handshake, but Bianca doesn’t trust it. Charlotte kicks low and whips Bianca to a corner, but Bianca goes up and over and handsprings to the other corner. Bianca says kiss this, then she jumps over Charlotte to RAM her in the corner! Bianca digs her shoulder in, backs off, but Charlotte knees her away!

Charlotte storms up, puts Bianca in a corner and stomps a mudhole into her! The ref counts, Charlotte lets off to whip corner to corner but Bianca reverses. Charlotte goes up and out but Bianca dropkicks her down! Bianca wants Charlotte to get back in, then she handsprings at her. But Charlotte trips Bianca up, drags her out and TOSSES her over the announce desk! Charlotte soaks up the cheers and jeers from Sacramento as Raw goes to break.

Raw returns again and Charlotte goes to bump Bianca off buckles, but she blocks to bump Charlotte instead! Bianca scoops and SLAMS, then runs to handspring, only for Charlotte to sweep the arms! Charlotte CHOPS Bianca, then CHOPS her again! Charlotte brings Bianca around to back suplex! And kip up! Fans duel between “WOO and “E S T!” as Charlotte handsprings! But Bianca gets her knees up! Charlotte pays for trying to copy Bianca, and Bianca fires up to dropkick Charlotte down! Bianca handsprings to MOONSAULT! Bianca stomps and kicks Charlotte around, then spins Charlotte for a stalling suplex! Bianca holds Charlotte up for 10 before she drops her down! Cover, TWO!

Bianca keeps her cool as she stomps Charlotte. Bianca runs to SPLASH onto knees! Charlotte rolls Bianca up, TWO and Charlotte shows her own power as she deadlifts to a POWERBOMB! Cover, TWO! Charlotte grows frustrated as Bianca survives, and she drags Bianca to a drop zone. Charlotte steps on Bianca as she goes to the corner and climbs up. MOONSAULT! Bianca moves, but Charlotte STANDING MOONSAULTS! Cover, TWO!! Charlotte is beside herself as Bianca survives that double take, but fans know “This is Awesome!” Charlotte, grabs at Bianca but Bianca drags her to a ghost pin, TWO! Bianca gets around, scoops but Charlotte slips out to shove!

Bianca dodges to SPINEBUSTER! Charlotte scrambles to get out before the cover! Charlotte is frustrated but Bianca fetches her and bumps her off the apron. Bianca puts Charlotte in the ring but Charlotte slips out the side. Bianca watches as Charlotte paces around the way. Bianca goes out after her again and kicks ow. They scrap right by the barriers and the announce desk! Bianca TOSSES Charlotte over the desk in return for earlier! Bianca refreshes the count and tells Charlotte to kiss this again as Raw goes to break.

Raw returns once again as Charlotte whips and CHOPS Bianca off her feet! Bianca gets up with a scowl on her face and throws hands but Charlotte clubs and hammers away on her! Charlotte lets off, whips but Bianca holds ropes to kick back. Bianca then chicken wings the arms and gets Charlotte up, but Charlotte victory rolls! Bianca sits on it, TWO! Bianca dodges the boot once but the BOOT comes back! Cover, TWO! Charlotte is a little frustrated, but she sees Bianca on the apron. Charlotte drags Bianca up, Bianca fights the suplex nd tries to suplex back. Charlotte fights that, stomps Bianca’s feet and wrenches, but Bianca ROCKS her with a forearm!

Bianca climbs up the corner, Charlotte DECKS her to the floor! Charlotte goes to the apron, climbs the corner herself, and fans fire up as she SUPER MOONSAULTS! Direct hit at the ramp and Charlotte fires up! Fans fire up, too, and she puts Bianca into the ring. Charlotte stalks Bianca, runs in and NATURAL- NO! Bianca slips out to backslide! TWO!! Bianca dodges again, and swings her hair! Charlotte dodges that but Bianca dodges the boot, to chicken wing and GlamEST Slam! Cover, TWO!! Charlotte survives and Bianca is beside herself! Charlotte goes to a corner, Bianca is after her and torture racks! But Charlotte holds the ropes for dear life!

Bianca puts Charlotte on the apron but Charlotte HOTSHOTS back! Slingshot and roll up but Bianca slips through! Bianca scoops, Charlotte sips off, Bianca bucks the O’Conner Roll! They both run, Charlotte SPEARS!! Cover, TWO!!! Bianca survives and no one can believe it! Charlotte scowls and drags Bianca around by her ponytail! The ref reprimands, Charlotte stops but she has Bianca in a drop zone. Charlotte goes back up the corner, saying she is the champion! She reaches the top, to MOONSAULT! Bianca dodges again and waistlocks to GERMAN SUPLEX! Cover, TWO!! Charlotte survives and Bianca is shocked all over again! And Charlotte is laughing!

Bianca gets up, drags Charlotte over to a drop zone and stomps her. Bianca climbs now, but Charlotte trips her up! Charlotte climbs up but Bianca fights back! They struggle up top as Charlotte wants a superplex, but Bianca fires off! Charlotte drops down, comes back and climbs up, but Bianca catches her for a SUNSET FLIP POWERBOMB!! High stack, TWO!?! Charlotte survives again and Sacramento is thunderous! Bianca sees Charlotte bail out of the ring, and she hurries to get her! Charlotte JAMS Bianca with a chair!!

Winner: Bianca Belair, by disqualification (Charlotte Flair retains the title)

But Bianca DROPKICKS Charlotte, then SMACKS her with the chair in return! The EST stands tall but she doesn’t get the gold! Will she be able to make up for that at Crown Jewel?


My Thoughts:

What a mishmash of a go-home. As we just saw to end it, we got an awesome match with a BS ending. That felt more like they realized they were running low on time and just had to wrap things up rather than the actual plan. And sadly, this probably means that we’re getting champions simply trading belts like they had New Day and the Street Profits do last year. And in that scenario, I feel like that means Becky Lynch retains so that she can be champion from her first day back on Raw. But even with the dirty ass-pull finish, this match was great stuff and I wish they had let the Queen’s Crown matches have even half the quality.

Piper VS Shayna deserved to be more than two paragraphs long! Balor VS Mace didn’t need to happen if all it was going to be was a vehicle for Balor to confront Woods on the stage. Take Balor’s two paragraphs of match, give it to Piper VS Shayna, and finally the WWE would give us a great Queen’s Crown match. Piper winning was a great surprise, but it would’ve been a much more definitive end to her short feud with Shayna if it was more than just her turning the submission into a pin. Piper VS Vega will be good, I’m sure, and will easily be the best match of the tournament, but it will not redeem the crap Vince shoveled out for this historic first time.

As I said, Balor could’ve easily just shown up after Woods VS Mahal, which was still a great match in itself. Balor VS Woods could go either way, honestly, and both results could be big for whichever show has the King of the Ring. The stuff with Theory, Truth and Hardy was alright, but I just wish there was continuity where Theory calls Candice LeRae to get permission per Truth’s joke. This is fine as Hardy’s good-bye to Raw as he will go to SmackDown through the Draft, and maybe Theory moves on to some other long standing names. The US Championship is pretty open, too, so can guys like Theory and Keith Lee get in on the hunt?

Mansoor VS Alexander was a good match, of course Mansoor wins, but he had a great promo on Ali! Mansoor is pretty much given to win at Crown Jewel because that’s the number one tradition of these shows, but he and Ali could have a really strong match to establish both of them in the singles division and maybe even in the US Championship scene. We got really good stuff out of McIntyre, Big E and The Dirty Dawgs, but it was a bit redundant after seeing this match-up before. McIntyre had a good sense of humor about it on social media, though, joking that he loves “first-time matches.” Big E VS McIntyre is going to be great but of course Big E wins to keep the world title on Raw.

Goldberg and Lashley had… Well they had a double interview promo but none of it was that different from their other promos. I barely care about this match, it should be the opener to get it out of the way. I also don’t understand this change from Johnny Drip Drip to Johnny Meditation. Is this all they have for him now since he can’t feud with Miz? He’s going to SmackDown, he could be getting in on the Intercontinental Championship scene, or even foolishly call out Roman Reigns for a short but entertaining feud. We got a really good match out of RKBRO and the Profits but of course Omos & Styles “ruin” it. The math needs to say RKBRO is winning at Crown Jewel, and that means Omos & Styles stand tall here.

My Score: 8.2/10


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Andrew’s G1 Climax 31 Day 17 Results & Match Ratings: 10.18.2021

A Block Finals Day! My pick has been Shingo and he’s still got a shot! Who wins A Block!?

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A Block Finals Day! My pick has been Shingo and he’s still got a shot! Who wins A Block!?

Alright let’s assess my quick and dirty math on how the top guys can win and get on with the show!

  • Kota Ibushi vs KENTA: Is probably the main event looking at the shake out.
  • For Ibushi to win Block: If Shingo wins, Ibushi needs to win and ZSJ needs to lose or draw.
  • For KENTA to win Block: If Shingo loses & Zack wins, KENTA needs to win. If Zack loses and Shingo Draws, KENTA needs to win.
  • Tomohiro Ishii vs Toru Yano: This will either be right before or right after Intermission probably. Ishii doesn’t really have an angle to win the Block because he lost to both KENTA and Ibushi. I suppose if we go with Suzuki’s old comment of both getting struck by lightning and Ishii wins, then there might be some math there. But Ishii is out regardless of Kevin Kelly’s sus arithmetic.
  • Shingo Takagi vs Yujiro Takahashi: For Shingo to win the Block: He needs to win, Ibushi needs to Lose or Draw, ZSJ needs to Lose or Draw, KENTA is a non-factor because of tie breaker.
  • Zack Sabre Jr vs Tanga Loa: For ZSJ to win Block: He needs to win and KENTA needs to Draw or Lose. ZSJ has tie breakers over everyone else.
  • So KENTA is really the biggest factor on this final day. If KENTA can beat Ibushi that opens things up to however the rest of the day shook out. This is shaping up to be interesting.

Now on to the A Block Finals!

Ratings:

  • Great-O-Khan vs Satoshi Kojima: O-Khan wins via Eliminator @10:25 – ** ½
  • Tomohiro Ishii vs Toru Yano: Yano wins via Blackslide @11:08 – **
  • Yujiro Takahashi w/Pieter vs Shingo Takagi: DOUBLE COUNT OUT / DRAW @13:36 – ***
  • Zack Sabre Jr vs Tanga Loa: Loa wins via Deep Cradle @17:31 – *** ½
  • Kota Ibushi vs KENTA: Ibushi wins via Kamigoye @26:16 – *** ¾

 

Results:

Great-O-Khan vs Satoshi Kojima

Because of Naito’s injury, we are all used to a non-tournament match during A Block. But the fun part here is that O-Khan and Kojima do have a little history this year when the United Empire went against TenCozy.

O-Khan dominates early but Kojima fires up with a Lariat and turns it into an Apron Piledriver, so the great leader of Bread Club is finally starting to put things together. Since O-Khan’s points are counted for, I wouldn’t be surprised if Kojima pulls out an upset here. It would be nice for a non-tournament upset, which could also give Kojima an entrance into next year’s G1 as his swan song.

A few close flashes with calls to the Cozy Lariat, his statue lariat and the crowd rallied behind Kojima…but O-Khan doesn’t fall to a non-G1 participant. One Eliminator later and the replacement matches go 8-0 in favor of the tournament wrestlers. It would’ve been much better if there was a surprised upset or two.

Tomohiro Ishii vs Toru Yano

Yano tries an early sneak attack using the gimmick bag, an extra t-shirt, a few interesting little things. Ishii does his best to fight through the Yano Sublime Master Thief shenanigans but eventually falls victim to a Low Blow into a Backslide.

There were a few interesting moments, but the usual Yano stuff of exposed buckles, Low Blow attempts, Roll Ups and Referee dancing.

Yujiro Takahashi w/Pieter vs Shingo Takagi

Yujiro goes for the attack as Shingo is coming to the ring, but Shingo quickly turns things around and starts murdering Yujiro. Shingo chucks Yujiro to the outside and Pieter tries to distract Shingo instead of the referee. Shingo is having none of Pieter’s coy feminine wiles, he asks her to move, she tries to act cuter and then Shingo brushes her to the side as Yujiro catches him with the pimp cane.

Shingo takes control back, but then Yujiro bites his hand in the classic Yujiro move. Yujiro goes for a Fisherman Buster, but Shingo bites Yujiro’s hand. The referee tries to admonish Shingo, but Shingo points out he wears a mouth guard, so it’s not a full bite. Shingo rallies the crowd, but Yujiro counters and impressively gets Shingo over for the Olympic Slam. It was impressive because Shingo was fighting/sandbagging but Yujiro was determined and it looked a little wonky, but Yuj did it. It’s always interesting when Yujiro puts in effort since he’s not a bad wrestler, just very indifferent.

Last of the Dragon is called for, but blocked. Yujiro goes for a kick, Shingo catches the foot and just pulls Yujiro into the Made in Japan/Last Falconry. Yujiro kicks out, powders to apron, Shingo charges but gets low bridged. The fight goes on out of the ring, but they break at 19 and Yujiro pulls Shingo back out. Noshigami attempt, Yujiro counters, into Pimp Juice, Shingo stops Yujiro, hits the Death Valley Driver on the outside. He tries to slide back in but Yujiro grabs the foot and won’t let go. DOUBLE COUNT OUT!

Shingo’s draw…technically still keeps him alive. If Kota and KENTA go to a no contest, and ZSJ loses, Shingo. If KENTA and Ibushi goes to a Draw…it should be a Triple Threat Match playoff for the Finals winner. Ibushi has the breaker over Shingo, Shingo has the breaker over KENTA, and KENTA would’ve drawn with Ibushi…so I feel like that would be a bonus triple threat match. Though I agree with Chris Charlton’s initial idea, most other tournaments a Double Count Out is counted as a loss for both men, but here it’s a Draw.

Zack Sabre Jr vs Tanga Loa

ZSJ comes out quick realizing he needs to win. Because if he wins he eliminates Shingo and is in a very good place to win the block. Loa reels a little early, and starts to slow things down with a few impactful power moves and Slams. Loa does a great job at keeping it simple to not give ZSJ many chances to catch him unaware or in an awkward position.

Zack has to fire up with a few quick counters tying Loa in the ropes with a Rear Naked Choke, running through, doing the Neck Twister and then taking a second to breathe. A small strike exchange that Zack has the advantage in, results in ZSJ trying to step up on the corner and do the Tornado DDT, but Loa catches him and hits a T-Bone Suplex, followed by a Diving Headbutt. This becomes a much more back and forth match than anyone expected. Sabre tries a Crucifix pin, but Loa rolls and powers through, ZSJ stays attached in an Octopus but Loa reaches the ropes.

Big strike exchange, ZSJ throws everything, but Loa fires and for every 2 or 3 ZSJ strikes, Loa lands a Haymaker that sends the soy boy flying. Zack talks crap, baits Loa into attempting an Enzuigiri, dodges, then goes for the European Clutch. At 2, Loa slides him down, turns it around and sits back deep in a Cradle of his own. ZSJ can’t get out and gets beat! ZSJ is eliminated!

Kota Ibushi vs KENTA

After an early attempt by KENTA to win via a cheeky Count Out, which feels like it was the Bullet Club game plan all day. Ibushi beats that attempt, but then we get the KENTA style of this tournament where he cheats at opportune times and really only removes the turnbuckle pad.

Things play through well as Ibushi powers through the first chairshot, and then stops the next attack and takes the chair from him. Threatens it, but tosses it down and hits a Buzzsaw Kick. However, Ibushi was not above using furniture. He finds a table and we get an interesting moment. He lays out KENTA, puts KENTA on the table, and then one set of legs folds, so it’s awkwardly angled. Ibushi doesn’t care, adjusts his trajectory and pulls off more of a Stuka Splash which just looks rough cause it’s sandwiched almost totally against the guardrail.

We get back in the ring and KENTA lands a flush overhand right, and the aggression appears. We continue to see flashes of NOAH KENTA with the Bullet Club/WWE sprinkles. Green Killer, Diving Lariat and a Double Footstomp put KENTA in the driver’s seat. A fun thread was when KENTA finally drives Ibushi into the exposed turnbuckle, but Ibushi does something no one else has done, and that’s kick out. So KENTA is shocked and starts trying to put more together, but he can’t land Go 2 Sleep.

Ibushi catches the knee, V Trigger, Reverse Kamigoye, and followed with the exposed knee Kamigoye for the win. Conceptually good, execution was a little lacking.

Meme credit to Mathew Sarpraicone

Overall Score: 7.75/10

Well look at that, Kota Ibushi makes history as the first person in G1 history to make 4 consecutive Finals. I’m not happy since that means my pick of Shingo Takagi came just short in second place. I am however happy to see tweets about this match claiming that even Japanese fans are getting tired of Ibushi.

Even though the match was good and the night was generally interesting, I feel running back Ibushi again is boring and lazy booking. Especially since he already has a win over the champion, so he doesn’t need the G1 briefcase for a shot. So he’ll probably lose to Cobb or Okada…and given the two options…Okada makes the most sense. A redemption seeking Rainmaker would draw a crowd for Wrestle Kingdom far more than tweener Gaijin.

Here’s the final standings!

Meme Credit to AJ Balaz

A Block:

  1. Kota Ibushi/ 7-2/ 14 Points – Winner
  2. Shingo Takagi/ 6-2-1 / 13 Points – Eliminated
  3. Zack Sabre Jr/ 6-3 / 12 Points – Eliminated
  4. KENTA/ 6-3/ 12 Points – Eliminated
  5. Toru Yano/ 5-4/ 10 Points – Eliminated
  6. Tomohiro Ishii/ 5-4/ 10 Points – Eliminated
  7. Great-O-Khan/ 4-5 / 8 Points – Eliminated
  8. Tanga Loa/ 3-6/ 6 Points – Eliminated
  9. Yujiro Takahashi/ 2-6-1 / 5 Points – Eliminated
  10. Tetsuya Naito/ 0-9/ 0 Points (Eliminated Injury)


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