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Mitchell’s WWE SmackDown Results & Report! (11/27/20)

What is next for the Tribal Chief?

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WWE SmackDown Coverage 3.0

It’s the SmackDown After Survivor Series!

Survivor Series was not good for Team SmackDown, but the champions dominated! Will there even be challenges for them as the year nears its end?

OFFICIAL RESULTS

  • Otis VS King Corbin; No Contest.
  • Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler VS The Street Profits; Roode & Ziggler win.
  • Sami Zayn VS Daniel Bryan; Sami wins.
  • Natalya VS Bianca Belair; Belair wins.
  • Buddy Murphy w/ the Mysterio Family VS King Corbin; Murphy wins.
  • Kevin Owens VS Jey Uso; Kevin wins, by disqualification.

PLAY BY PLAY

Jey Uso heads to the ring!

The last week hasn’t gone well for #MainEventJey, from losing to Daniel Bryan going into Survivor Series, to being part of the swept team at Survivor Series. But after Survivor Series, we are talking about the #FinalFarewell to The Undertaker, when we should talk about the man who represented when he went toe-to-toe with Drew McIntyre! McIntyre ain’t no pushover, having beaten Randy Orton and Brock Lesnar. But he didn’t beat Jey’s cousin! Drew will always be Number 2, but this man is Number 1! #BestoftheBest, Jey’s cousin- Roman Reigns makes his entrance to cut Jey off. Roman and Paul Heyman make their way to the ring and Jey is all smiles.

Once the #HeadoftheTable and the Special Counsel join Jey between the ropes, Jey claps but the fans on the ThunderDome screens give thumbs down. Jey hands the mic to Heyman, who then hands it to Roman, and Roman says, “Play it.” The footage plays from Sunday, after Team SmackDown lost. Roman says the team lost because they didn’t respect Jey, and they didn’t respect Roman. “If you can’t make them respect you, you have no place in the family.” But of course, Jey had his part to play in helping his Tribal Chief beat the Scottish Warrior in the epic Universal VS World Champion main event. At the time, Roman accepted Jey. But now…?

Back in the present, Roman asks Jey what he was told after the Survivor Series 5v5. Jey was told to leave, but he didn’t. Did Roman say he needed help with Drew? No, he didn’t. So Roman asks Jey now, “Why do you think you, and my team, Team SmackDown, lost at Survivor Series?” Jey says they didn’t want to listen. Why does he think that is? Because they don’t fear Jey. They don’t fear him because they don’t respect him. And like Roman said before, if they don’t respect Jey, they don’t respect the family. And if they don’t respect the family, then who are they?

“If I’m not the Head of the Table, then you must think I’m some wannabe b*tch in the locker room, begging for leftovers.” If that’s who Roman is, then who is Jey? How does the rest of the family look at Jey? Is that how Jey looks at Roman? Is that who Roman is to Jey? Someone begging? Is that how Jey feels about Roman? Because that’s how Jey’s failures make Roman feel. And Roman doesn’t like that feeling. Roman drops the mic and heads off, having heaped everything on to Jey. What will Jey do to get rid of those feelings?

 

Otis VS King Corbin!

The Blue Collar Solid and the Wolf King were part of that Survivor Series team that lost. But before these two can have out their issues, Jey ATTACKS OTIS WITH A CHAIR! Jey is going to make Otis fear him! CHAIR SHOT after CHAIR SHOT to Otis! Jey is not showing mercy! He digs the chair into Otis’ chest then rains down fists! “You wanna get this damn work, I’mma get you!” ANOTHER chair shot! And another! Referees finally rush out to stop Jey, but Jey is clearly far from through! What happens after SmackDown goes to break?

 

Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler VS The Street Profits!

The Glorious Show-Offs mock Otis, “He finally waked up from that Thanksgiving nap to be knocked into a long winter’s sleep.” Roode says Ziggler should take it easy on Otis. He’s got a lot on his plate. Like at Thanksgiving! But no more wasting time with dumb jokes. These two are aces, two true pros, two “dirty dogs” that have laser focus on The Street Profits! “Cuz guess what, fam? DZ and Roode are up!” “And we, want the SmackDown Tag Team Championships!” But Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins show up. They don’t like the parody, but they’re alright. They have a lot to be thankful for. Like facing the #BestoftheBest, the NEW~ DAY~! The Profits took the torch, but the Power of Positivity is forever.

They’re also thankful for being against Robert Roode and… HBK? No that’s not him. It has to be! Look how he dresses! And his dangerous superkick! No that’s Dolph. He’s just a big fan of HBK. But Dawkins ins fortunate to be compared to the less fortunate, like Roode. Roode can only grow facial hair in one spot. But he’s got two 007’s right here. But the Profits are up, and they want the smoke! Will the SmackDown Tag Team Champions keep rolling from defeating the 10-time W, W, E, World, Tag, Team CHAMPIONS~ at Survivor Series?

The teams sort out and Ziggler starts with Dawks. They circle, approach, and Dawkins avoids a leg shoot to get a headlock. Tag to Ford, the Profits whip and dropkick Ziggler down! Roode jumps in but Ford doges, Dawkins ROCKS Roode! Ford and Dawkins double whip to DOUBLE FLAPJACK! Dawkins clotheslines Roode out but Ziggler clotheslines Dawkins! Ziggler builds speed but runs into a RIGHT! Dawkins hurries in, tags Ford back in and Ford goes up top already! But Roode yanks Dawkins down and anchors Ford. Ford boots Roode, leaps, but FLOPS! And that stomach still hurts from what the New Day did to him all match! The champs are in trouble as SmackDown goes to break!

SmackDown returns and Ford fights up out of a chinlock, but Ziggler dropkicks him in the stomach! Tag to Roode, Roode whips Ziggler in for a splash! Then they feed Ford to a backbreaker! Cover, TWO! Roode stomps the stomach, adding on to what New Day did. Roode gets Ford into a low cobra twist and clamps onto the abs! Ford endures as Roode digs an elbow in to the ribs. Fans rally up on their screens, Ford fights up to hip toss free! Both men are down and crawling for their corners. Ziggler tags in and he hits a FAMOUSER! Cover, Dawkins breaks it! The ref gets Dawkins back and Ziggler gets away with clawing Ford’s eyes!

Ziggler has Ford in the corner, talks some trash, and then dares Ford to do something. Ford counter punches! Ford fights out, ROCKS Ziggler and elbows Roode. But Ziggler kicks low and down goes Ford! Ziggler puts Ford in a corner hard, then runs in, but misses the splash! Ziggler is stuck, Ford crawls for his corner! Ziggler tags Roode, Ford tags Dawkins! Dawkins rallies on Roode and hits a flying back elbow! FLAPJACK for Ziggler! EXPLODER for Roode! CYCLONE SPLASH on Roode, one on Ziggler! Then a BULLDOG for Roode! Ziggler swings into the butterfly ANARCHY! Roode boots back, runs in, but into the ANOINTING!

Ford tags in and goes back up! FROM THE HEAVENS!! It hits this time, but the ribs! Cover, Ziggler breaks it! Dawkins goes after Ziggler but Ziggler SUPERKICKS! Ford blocks a kick, spins Ziggler and enziguris! Roode rolls Ford up, holds TIGHTS, Roode and Ziggler win!!

Winners: Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler, by pinfall

Ford is shocked but that was a GLORIOUS way to cheat! Will Roode-Dolph get themselves golden gifts for the holidays?

 

Backstage interview with Daniel Bryan.

In a few moments, he can be one step closer to making his plans for the Intercontinental Championship a reality. So what is his strategy for Sami Zayn? Acceptance and Zen. Bryan was made to accept Jey is more vicious than ever before. Bryan has to accept that Sami is delusional. Sami sees himself as a master strategist! Perhaps the best champion ever! But it’s all delusion. What Sami does is exploit loopholes and escape. So tonight, Bryan breaks the delusions. There’s this other delusion that everyone is out to get Sami. Bryan isn’t after Sami. He’s after the title. And when Bryan beats Sami tonight, he’ll get that much closer to the title.

 

Backstage interview with the Mysterio Family and Buddy Muprhy.

A turbulent few months for everyone here, but do they believe this story with Seth Rollins is over? To be part of an amazing family, all together here, Rey says what Rollins did can’t be paid back in full. The Mysterios are thankful for many things, especially right now. Dominik’s career has kicked off, Aalyah is a mature, confident woman, and now we’re thankful that Murphy realized Rollins was garbage. Murphy is no one’s mindless disciple.

But then Baron Corbin comes in and doesn’t believe this “joke.” Rey is a joke, too. Because he couldn’t pass his talent on to his boy. But he did pass on his bad judgment in character. Do they think Murphy will be here next year? Or is he riding the coattails of the Mysterio name while it’s still worth something? Murphy keeps his cool as Corbin walks off, but will this heat up soon enough?

 

SmackDown says #ThankYouTaker

The tribute highlight reel plays again, documenting the 30 years, from 11/22/1990 to 11/22/2020 at Survivor Series and the #FinalFarewell. There will never be another.

 

Sami Zayn VS Daniel Bryan!

The “Champion of All People” couldn’t back up his talk when he was up against the Rocky Mountain Machine, Bobby Lashley. Sure, the Hurt Business was ringside, but that was to make sure his “master strategies” were foiled at every turn. Will Sami rebound and show why he is the WWE Intercontinental Championship? Or is the YES Movement about to earn a title shot the old fashioned way?

SmackDown returns and Sami says “One day after a national American holiday, I’m supposed to fight?” Sami doesn’t care for Thanksgiving because it celebrates “the atrocities” committed against Native Americans, by being gluttonous with factory-farmed turkey! Not for this champion! The only person that should be thankful is Daniel Bryan! After months of scheming, he gets the match he wants. After undermining Sami’s reign, with “I would do this, I would do that,” Bryan had his chance at WrestleMania! Bryan didn’t win, Sami did! Bryan did nothing yet WWE Management rolls out the red carpet for him, because they’re sticking it to Sami! They’re sabotaging Sami! But Bryan makes his entrance to shut Sami up. The bell rings, and this WrestleMania rematch, as Sami pointed out, begins!

Sami and Bryan circle, tie up but break. Sami stays in a corner but Bryan waits for Sami to return. They circle again, tie up again, and Bryan drags Sami down to wrench to a wristlock. Bryan wrangles Sami down and STOMPS the arm! Sami scrambles to ropes and checks his arm. Bryan waits as Sami complains about standing on hair. They tie up again, Bryan headlocks, wrenches and YANKS the arm, then wrenches again. Sami powers out, drops but Bryan runs him over! Sami goes to the apron again and Bryan is a little annoyed. Bryan smirks as Sami shakes out his arms before coming back.

Bryan and Sami circle, approach, tie up, and Bryan rolls to wrench and then trip Sami to get the legs. Bryan ties the legs up, knees Sami in the back, then adds an arm to it. Sami endures the mounted hammerlock, and Bryan adds torque on it. Sami fights up, throws elbows and is free. Sami runs, but Bryan drops to then dropkick Sami down! Cover, TWO! Bryan is right back on that arm to wrench and whip. Sami kicks back, throws Bryan out of the ring hard, then takes a moment to catch his breath. Sami wants the count out but Bryan is up at 5. Bryan watches Sami closely as he gets in, but Sami still stomps him down! Sami stands on Bryan until the ref counts, then he drags Bryan up.

Sami throws Bryan out again but follows this time. He throws Bryan into barriers, then into the ring, then climbs up top. Bryan sees Sami and trips him up! Bryan climbs to join Sami now, brings Sami up, but Sami fights back. Sami headbutts Bryan away, adjusts, but Bryan returns to dropkick Sami to the floor! Bryan then climbs up and aims, for a FLYING CROSSBODY, into barriers! Sami turns Bryan’s momentum against him quite literally, and SmackDown goes to break!

SmackDown returns again, and Sami has Bryan down in a chinlock. Bryan fights up as fans rally, but Sami puts Bryan in a corner. The ref counts, Sami throws body shots and haymakers! The ref counts again, Sami lets off at 4. Bryan staggers up but Sami whips him to ropes, to then clobber him with a clothesline! Cover, TWO! Cover again, TWO! Another, TWO! Sami grows annoyed with the count but he stalks Bryan to a corner. Sami throws more hands, taunts Bryan and then whips him corner to corner. Bryan goes up and over, keeps moving, dodges Sami and hits a leaping lariat! Both men are down but fans rally on their screens.

Bryan goes to one corner, Sami goes to another, and Bryan runs in to dropkick! Bryan throws fast hands of his own and adds kicks! Bryan puts Sami up top, climbs up to join him, and hits a SUPER STEINER! Cover, TWO! Sami survives but Bryan keeps his cool. Bryan goes back to Sami and wrenches the arm to an elbow breaker! Then he KICKS! Wrench, ELBOW BREAKER, and KICK! Sami falls to his knees but he gets away from the buzzsaw! Sami goes to the apron, Bryan goes out after him, to wrench, but Sami rakes eyes! Sami POSTS Bryan, then brings him back for an APRON BRAIN BUSTER!! Bryan slumps to the floor but Sami’s down, too!

A ring count starts and both men stir. Sami is standing at 5 and in, but Bryan gets up at 7. Bryan flounders at 8, stands at 9 and is in! Sami drags Bryan up and to the BLUE THUNDER BOMB! Cover, TWO!! Bryan survives and Sami is beside himself. Sami thinks on what to do, and he stalks Bryan. Sami talks trash as he kicks Bryan. This is what he wanted, right? “You’re not better than me!” Sami pulls Bryan’s hair and reels him in, but Bryan slips out of the back suplex to get an ARMBAR TAKEDOWN! Sami clasps hands, Bryan turns him around, to the YES LOCK! Sami is caught and Bryan cranks back! Bryan adds clubbing forearms, but Sami scoots around! ROPEBREAK!

Bryan lets Sami go and Sami bails out of the ring. Sami goes around the way, Bryan builds speed and DIVES! Direct hit and Sami hits announce desk! Bryan puts Sami back in the ring, but Sami gets right back out. So Bryan DIVES again! Direct hit to the ramp! Bryan chases Sami up the ramp, to the stage, but Sami throws haymakers! The ring count is climbing and Sami is retreating! Bryan pursues, but the count- Wait, Sami returns! The count is ten, Sami wins!!

Winner: Sami Zayn, by count-out

The Intercontinental Champion outsmarted Bryan, but that’s not the only reason Bryan got lost backstage! JEY USO is attacking him!! Kevin Owens rushes over to save Bryan, but then Jey gets after him, too! The refs get in to stop this but Jey tells Kevin, “You know where I’ll be!” Kevin wants the refs to watch Bryan, because he’s going after Jey! Will Kevin make sure to KO Uso?

 

SmackDown returns as Jey talks with Roman.

“I’m doing what you said to do, Uce.” Jey is making them fear and respect him. But Kevin comes by and says he’s had it with the family issues affecting SmackDown. If Roman wants to go on an ego trip, fine. But he’s getting in Jey’s head. Roman says family’s so important, but Roman sure treats his like trash. Roman tells Jey that he needs to take pride in how his sons look at him. Kevin does not look at them with fear. “Fix that.”

 

Natalya VS Bianca Belair!

The Queen of Harts, the #BOAT, Best of All Time, may be the winningest woman in the WWE, but she’s about to face the EST. Will Bianca show Natty just how she’s the roughest, the toughest, the quickest, the strongest, and the new best woman on SmackDown?

But first, the longest reigning SmackDown Women’s Champion (former) is here! Bayley comes out to see her former teammates do battle, from commentary! The bell rings and Natty ties right up with Bianca. Natty headlocks., Bianca powers out and things speed up. Bianca hurdles, hurdles and wheelbarrows Natty, but Natty rolls through. ONE, Bianca has the cover, ONE! Bianca whips Natty corner to corner but Natty reverses. Bianca goes up an dover and handsprings, but Natty moves and Bianca POSTS herself! Natty throws furious forearms but lets off, to then stomp away! The ref counts, Natty backs off, and she pushes Bianca back into the corner!

Bianca pushes Natty away, Natty comes back to snap suplex, and then kicks Bianca! Natty drags Bianca up, Bianca blocks the suplex to cradle, TWO! Bianca stands, but the DISCUS takes her down! Cover, TWO! Natty grows frustrated as she drags Bianca around to stomp the legs. Natty gets the legs, then the arms, for the surfboard! Bianca endures the Romero Special but Natty gets a cover, TWO! Bianca gets to ropes, Natty brings her around but Bianca shoves her to a corner! Bianca handsprings and RAMS into Natty! And again and again and again! Bianca fires off with fury, then runs, only for Natty to elbow her away!

Natty runs, discus, but Bianca caches her! GlamEST- No, Natty slips out and tumbles to the floor! Bianca pursues, Bayley says this isn’t smart. Or she’ll get counted out again. Bianca claps back but Natty swings. Bianca dodges, Natty stops herself from hitting Bayley, but then she dodges and Bianca definitely hits Bayley! Natty CLUBS Bianca from behind, puts her in the ring, and stalks behind her. Bayley storms in and wants after Bianca, but Bianca boots Natty into her! Roll up, Bianca wins!!

Winner: Bianca Belair, by pinfall

The EST just sank the #BOAT, but she’s also on the Role Model’s radar. Bayley dares Bianca to bring it on, and Bianca claps back again. Will these two throw down to prove who is really headed to the top of SmackDown?

 

Heyman is found talking with Adam Pearce.

The Special Counsel knows Pearce is in charge around here, but what is it he wants the official to do for him?

 

Buddy Murphy w/ the Mysterio Family VS King Corbin!

After the Wolf King disrespected la familia, the freed disciple is going to defend their honor! Will Murphy remind us all why he was and still is the Aussie Juggernaut? Or will Corbin make him bend the knee?

SmackDown returns as Corbin makes his entrance. The bell rings and Murphy circles with Corbin. They tie up, Murphy gets around to waistlock but Corbin backs Murphy to the corner. Corbin throws elbows but Dom gets mad. Corbin and the ref tell Dom to stay back, and Murphy headlocks. Corbin powers out, then runs him over with a shoulder. Rey gets on the apron now and the ref tells Rey to stay back now. Murphy dodges Corbin, rolls him up, TWO! Corbin throws hands but Murphy fires off! Corbin dodges the knee to CLOBBER Murphy! Rey still gets on the apron, and then Dom starts stuff, and Corbin gets annoyed.

Corbin drags Murphy up, whips him corner to corner hard, then runs corner to corner, only for Murphy to go up! Corbin slides out but Aalyah is in the way! Corbin is furious with this, but Murphy WRECKS him with a dropkick! Then slingshots, fakes Corbin out and moves to PENALTY KICK! Corbin staggers, Murphy lines up a shot, but leaps into a choke grip! Corbin shoves Murphy but Murphy stops himself, and baits Corbin into steel steps! Murphy goes up top fast, leaps back in, but Corbin gets under! Murphy rolls, dodges, but runs into DEEP SIX! Rey gets in the ring?! Then right out! Corbin is pissed and shouts at Rey but Rey just taunts Corbin back.

Murphy gets up as Dom and Aalyah coach him up. Corbin drags Murphy up to rain down fists. Corbin rains down even more right hands but Dom again gets on the apron. Corbin backs Dom down, goes back to Murphy and drags him up to put him on the ropes. Corbin throws haymakers on Murphy, the ref counts and Corbin lets off. Corbin tells the ref to tell the Mysterios the rules, then eh tosses Murphy to a corner. Corbin runs in but Murphy dodges to send him into buckles! Murphy dodges Corbin, Dom swipes at legs! Murphy KNEE TRIGGERS! Cover, and Dom makes sure there’s no ropebreaks! Murphy wins!

Winner: Buddy Murphy, by pinfall

The family that fights together wins together! But Corbin is furious! He gets a mic then shouts at the Mysterios, “This is outrageous! It wasn’t one-on-one, man to man!” But what would he expect from the Mysterios! They’re spineless cowards! But next week, Corbin wants a rematch with Murphy, and he’ll be “prepared.” What does he mean by that?

 

BREAKING NEWS!

The reason Heyman was talking with Pearce? Because we’re getting a match of Kevin Owens VS Jey Uso! Will the Prizefighter pay for getting in the Tribal Chief’s face?

 

SmackDown returns and Big E is playing Apollo Crews in trash can basketball.

Apollo gets ready to make his move, he shoots but it misses! That’s a foul! No, no, that was clean. But Sami Zayn comes over and says he has an interview but the ring is behind them. He is clearly going to talk about his win over the future Hall of Famer, Daniel Bryan. For most people, it takes three seconds to win, Sami beat Bryan for 10. That was how he beat Apollo that way so he should know. Big E keeps Apollo back, Apollo will head out and see Sami later. Big E says Sami has built a rickety house with no foundation. Count outs, loose buckles, vertigo! Not funny, it’s a medical condition.

Big E’s point is that Sami’s margin for error is razor thin. He’s in a house of cards, because all it takes is a gust of wind, and it all comes tumbling down. Sami tells E that he’s disappointed. Sami thought he was different, but no. Big E is diminishing Sami. It’s sour grapes to Sami. Sami is in the middle of a historic reign, and the last time Big E had this belt was… Many, many moons ago, that was largely forgettable. So instead of tearing Sami down, applaud him! Big E says Sami is right. Ten seconds is impressive. They shake hands, but Big E holds on strong, for 10! Sami clutches his hand. Big E is “so proud” of Sami. Kayla asks if Sami still wants the interview but he shouts no! Will Sami’s reign not last much longer the way he’s going?

 

Billie Kay crashes commentary!

She asks “Mr. Cole” to consider her head shots and resume. If they are unable to find the words to describe what’s happened, Billie has an extensive background in talking. She’ll take it from here if they want. No, thanks, Billie. Will Billie ever find her place in SmackDown?

 

Carmella speaks.

“You know by now what I’m here to do, what I’ve done. How embarrassing for a SmackDown Women’s Champion to fall so easily.” But she’s glad to see the middle school games are over, because now we’ll all see who the most dominant woman on SmackDown really is. It’s funny how Carmella was where Sasha is now. She had the title, the spotlight, the fans. And then she did things for them. What fans wanted her to do. Catering to their whims. And in losing herself, she lost it all. So believe her when she says she isn’t doing anything for anyone else anymore! She calls the shots! And everyone else jumps for her. She snaps her fingers, but whoever it is is late. Wait, that’s… SASHA! And she splashes Mella with her drink and throws hands on her!

Sasha gets even with Mella and puts on the BANK STATEMENT! Security pulls them apart but Sasha tells Mella to find her face to face, “like a real woman!” Will The Boss remind Mella who is really in charge here?

 

Kevin Owens VS Jey Uso!

It’s time to #FightOwensFight! Will he show Jey who should really be respected around here?

SmackDown returns as Jey makes his entrance. The bell rings and Roman is watching backstage as Jey and Kevin go right at each other! They tie up, Jey puts Kevin in a corner but Kevin dodges to CHOP and throw haymakers! Kevin CHOPS Jey more, throws more fists, and has Jey on ropes. Kevin whips, Jey holds the ropes and bails out! Jey paces but Kevin goes out to ROCK him with a right! Then throw him into barriers! Kevin puts Jey in, stomps away, then puts Jey in a corner with more haymakers! The ref counts, Kevin lets off and Roman doesn’t look happy. Kevin throws Jey out hard, pursues again, and whips Jey, only for Jey to reverse and send Kevin into steel steps!

Kevin gets up and in the ring but Jey follows. Heyman keeps his eyes on Roman as Roman watches Jey rain down rights on Kevin. Jey double ax handles before he lets off. Jey paces while Kevin gets to ropes. Jey storms over, wraps an arm around the rope and pulls! The ref counts, Kevin claws Jey’s face but Jey YANKS the arm before letting off. Jey stalks Kevin, but Kevin throws hands! Jey rocks Kevin with an uppercut, then throws forearms. Kevin hits back, Jey hits again, Kevin rebounds to LARIAT! BACK SENTON! Both men writhe for different reasons, and Kevin goes after Jey, only for Jey to POST him!

Jey sees Kevin bail out again, and he builds speed, to DIVE! But Kevin catches Jey, trips him up and catapults him into the POST! Jey flounders into a SUPERKICK! Jey flounders more and Kevin SUPERKICKS him over the barriers! Kevin has Jey reeling while SmackDown goes to break!

SmackDown returns once more and Jey is down on the outside, as Kevin APRON CANNONBALLS! Kevin puts Jey back in the ring, covers, TWO! Jey survives and gets to the apron, but Kevin drags him up. Jey hotshots the arm! Kevin staggers away, Jey wrenches and ARM CODE BREAKERS! Kevin writhes but Jey slams the bad arm on the mat! And again! Jey seethes as he drops a knee on the arm! Jey drags Kevin up to go after the arm with a top wristlock. Roman is still stoic as Jey wrenches on the arm. Fans rally, Kevin fights up, but Jey throws Kevin down by his head! Jey glares as Kevin writhes and gets to the corner. Jey says Kevin stuck his nose in the wrong family business. “UCE! OH!” Jey runs corner to corner but Kevin dodges to SUPERKICK!

Both men are down again and fans rally on their screens! Kevin drags himself up with his good arm, dodges to CHOP and CHOP and haymaker on Jey! Kevin can only hit with the good arm, and he whips Jey, for a POP- NO! The arm limits Kevin! SUPERKICK from Jey! Cover, TWO!! Jey keeps his cool as he looks down at Kevin. Jey climbs up top, Kevin gets up to throw a forearm and a CHOP! Kevin climbs up with one good arm but Jey headbutts the bad arm! Jey shoves Kevin, adjusts and leaps, USO SPLASH onto knees! Kevin reels Jey in, pump handles and USHIGOROSHIS! Cover, TWO!?! Jey survives that modified package driver meets neckbreaker, but Kevin keeps his focus!

Kevin aims, kicks and- No, no stunner as Jey shoves Kevin into buckles! And then POSTS Kevin to the other corner! Jey goes out and brings a chair into this! Jey doesn’t care about the win, he wants to hurt Kevin! He SMACKS Kevin in the back!

Winner: Kevin Owens, by disqualification

Jey roars as he SMACKS Kevin again! Heyman smiles, but Roman isn’t showing anything yet. Jey clears off the announce desk as his rage boils over! Jey goes back to Kevin, and- Kevin kicks to STUNNER!! Heyman’s smile fades as Jey flops out of the ring. Kevin goes out, drags Jey up and throws him over the desk! Jey tumbles down, Kevin goes looking and finds a chair for himself! Kevin gives Jey the CHAIR SHOT! And another! “You watching, Roman?!” Kevin’s been watching! CHAIR SHOT for Jey! Where’s Roman?! Where is he for his family!? This is because of Roman! “You want people to fear you? I fear no one!” MORE chair shots for Jey until the chair is bent!! “Including you!”

Kevin tells Roman that if he has a problem, “come say it to my face.” Kevin gets on the desk and shouts, “I’m the head of this table!” Then he drags Jey into the ring, brings him around, and dares Roman to do something. STUNNER! But Roman doesn’t move from where he’s watching. Kevin sits at the “head” of the announce desk, and asks where Roman is. Wherever he is, Kevin will be waiting. Kevin has sent a message to Roman that is loud and clear! But how will the Tribal Chief respond?


My Thoughts:

This was a very good SmackDown to follow Survivor Series and head for TLC. For one, the entire story thread of Jey Uso, Roman Reigns, and Kevin Owens. Jey going after the Face members of Team SmackDown with the whole idea of making them fear and respect him, Roman and the family, was expected, but it was done so expertly! Roman has done incredible character work but so has Jey, and that continued tonight with Kevin in the mix. I also like that Jey included Bryan in the mix given their match just last week. I did not see Kevin being the next challenger for Roman, but it’s actually a great choice. Kevin of course is a master of character work, too, so him battling Roman is going to be a great feud. Bryan and Otis might even get involved because of Jey. Maybe that’s the Six Man Tag we get when/if Jimmy returns and joins up. It could even be reluctantly, because Jimmy is fighting to help Jey, not Roman.

Speaking of Bryan, he had a great match with Sami, even with the count-out finish, because it tied into a story. Sami bragging and then Big E showing him up is clearly the start of an Intercontinental Championship feud. Big E becoming IC Champion again isn’t so bad, but obviously many of us were hoping he’d head for the Universal Championship. Maybe he can do both? Though I was almost hoping for a Big E VS Apollo thing, even if it was just for a match, because that’d just be a great match. The Mysterio family story is taking an interesting turn. I like that Murphy VS Corbin is the lead, but I just don’t know how to feel about the Mysterios helping Murphy win. It’s karma on Corbin but it makes Murphy look weak. But Corbin “being prepared” next week makes me think he’s getting new lackeys, who I really hope are NXT “call-ups” of some kind.

Roode-Dolph VS Profits was a really good match, and naturally the Heels use a quick cheat to get the win. This will naturally set up a title match, but I feel like they’re going to stretch this out towards TLC. That’s fine, gives TLC something big, like perhaps a tag team table or ladder match. Bianca VS Natty with Bayley on commentary was good stuff, and while Bianca VS Bayley could be the main story, I feel like there could be so much more done with The EST VS The #BOAT with the “est” being the focus. Natty says she’s winningest, but Bianca could easily counter that by saying Natty is only that because she’s been around for so long. And of course, Sasha gets back at Carmella and we truly begin on their title match build, which will/should also be for TLC.

My Score: 8.6/10


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AJ’s WrestleMania 37 Night One Results & Review 4/10/21

AJ continues with the WWE coverage this Mania week! Night 1 of WrestleMania may have been rain delayed; but did that dampen the excitement?

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Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls. Children of all ages… WrestleMania is finally upon us once again and this time we are for real going to have it at my champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers stadium, Raymond James  and we get fans involved! We will hear the cheers, the boos and of course the ugly in the whole the but it’s still the grandest stage of them all. We have some decent matches for night one that will take place, sadly a thunder storm but if we know Vince McMahon, that’s not going to stop him.

Welcome to the Thirty-Seventh installment of WrestleMania!!!!!!!!

Results:

  • Drew McIntryre vs Bobby Lashley(c) for the WWE Championship:  Bobby Lashley wins via Hurt Lock – ****  – TITLE DEFENSE!!!!!
  • Tag Team Turmoil: Naomi & Lana vs Carmella & Billie Kay vs The Riott Squad vs Dana Brooke & Mandy Rose vs Tamina & Natalya: Tamina wins by last Elimination the Riott Squad – ** ½
  • Seth Rollins vs Cesaro: Cesaro wins via Gotch Neutralizer – *** ¼
  • AJ Styles & Omos vs The New Day(c) for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championships:  Omos wins via Two-Handed Chokeslam – ***TITLE CHANGE!!!
  • Steel Cage: Braun Strowman vs Shane McMahon: Braun Strowman wins via Running Powerslam – ** ¼
  • Bad Bunny & Damien Priest vs Miz & John Morrison: Bad Bunny wins via Electric Chair Crossbody combination – *** ¼
  • Bianca Belair vs Sasha Banks(c) for the WWE SmackDown Wom0n’s Championship: Bianca Belair wins via KOD – ****TITLE CHANGE!!!

 

Review:

Drew McIntyre vs Bobby Lashley

Both men try to get a strength advantage with a Collar & Elbow tie up before breaking it and going to holds now and still getting even ground. Now both men get some fighting in the corner going, delivering punches and strikes until they go to the outside where Lashley takes control and ragdolls McIntyre into the barricades before tossing Drew back in. Lashley keeps the onslaught on Drew and gets a quick pin attempt for a one and continues to get the beat down on the former champ. Lashley gets a lot of steam going as he goes to do another shoulder tackle into the corner, only to miss and Drew targets the arm of Bobby. Momentum shifting into Drew’s favor as Drew getting things going for him, suplexes and strikes galore as he goes for the Future Shock DDT. Lashley puts Drew into the corner to get separation but Drew catches the strike attempt and catches lashley into Northern Lights Suplex for a nearfall.

Bobby gets a reversal into a slam, a near fall and both men get some signature moves in. Drew hits the Glasgow Kiss and Bobby hits back with a one handed Spinebuster. After another near fall, Drew gets caught in a Hurt Lock but gets out of it quickly as they both go to the corner. Drew getting the swing this time and lands a good ol’ Alabama Slamma for a near fall of his own before trying to set up a sky-high superplex to the champion. Lashley fights off the attempt as Drew gets a Kimora Lock in to weaken the arm, Lashley fights him off again, catching Drew into a Tree of Woe but Drew sits up to launch Bobby in a Belly- To Belly. Lashley hits another one armed Spinebuster until Drew kips up and tells him to bring it, delivering a trifecta of Future Shock DDTs for a two count.

Drew in shock but goes to the corner, doing the countdown to the Claymore but Lashley rolls out of the ring. Drew tapping into a little bit of Undertaker and does a Tope Con Hilo to take MVP and Bobby out and takes Lashley back to the ring, setting up for something in from the top. Lashley catches the challenger and goes to apply another Hurt Lock but Drew runs out of the way to stun Lashley. As Lashley goes to do another Spinebuster, Drew rolls it into a Kimura Lock, perfectly on before Lashley inches slowly to the ropes to kick out. Lashley now, getting his aggression out, taking it to McIntyre in the corner until Drew gets separation, going for another Claymore until MVP distracts the former champion and misses the Claymore for Lashley to get the Hurt Lock in. Drew looked impressive to break out but Lashley didn’t break when Drew pushed off the corner and passes out from the pressure.

Tag Team Turmoil

Naomi & Lana vs Carmella & Billie Kay to start off the gauntlet style matchup as Naomi and Lana take the early advantage against Carmella. Carmella gets a tag onto Billie Kay but the advantage is still Lana and Naomi. When all four get in for chaos, Billie Kay goes for a roll up and beat Naomi and Lana for the next team to come out…

Riott Squad come out and take it to Billie early on but Carmella gets a tag and starts a beat down against Liv Morgan. Ruby breaks up the pin attempt but as Billie goes for the same pin attempt, the ref catches it and the Riott Squad get a tag and the advantage as Billie Kay gets brutalized, pinned and Carmella starts to beat up Liv before the next team come in…

Dana and Mandy come out and Ruby fights the two alone from the beat down as the fresher team gets things going and Liv barely gets a break of a pin attempt as Mandy and Dana work Ruby’s neck now. As Mandy cuts the ring off from Ruby, Ruby starts to fight out of the corner and gets Liv into the match now as they start the beat down of Mandy Rose. As the Riott Squad lose the advantage, Rose and Brooke get some damage with a superplex and Swanton combination but Liv gets a reversal on Dana and get the pinfall.

Natalya and Tamina are the last two to get in the match up and start the powerhouse assault on the Riott Squad. The two getting the best of the most tenured tag team in the whole match up as Liv tries to break out of their grasp. Ruby gets the tag and hit the codebreaker/senton combination to Tamina only for a two though and Tamina gets the advantage back, gets the tag to Natalya and they hit a Hart Attack. Natalya looks to get the Sharpshooter but changes her mind and tags Tamina in for the Superfly Splash to get the Day Two Tag Team Championship opportunity.

Seth Rollins vs Cesaro-

Cesaro goes quick into the offense with an Uppercut and goes for the Swing early but Seth rushes out and panics with Cesaro getting more and more of a beat down. Cesaro getting a good amount of offense going as Seth starts to target Cesaro’s arm and starts to pick things up after with his Superplex/Falcon Arrow combo after getting distance. Seth getting cocky again as he tries to take it to Cesaro but the Swiss Cyborg gets his strikes in again, taking down Seth with Uppercuts and goes for the swing again constantly, first time gets countered into a cradle, second time Seth gets to the ropes but the third time is the charm for nine rotations of the Swing and Sharpshooter. Seth breaks out of the hold and moves out of another Uppercut attempt from the corner, hurting Cesaro’s arm again as Rollins gets his high offense in, knees, Slingblades and a 360 Splash but nothing keeps Cesaro down. Seth tries for a ripcord knee but Cesaro changes it into a Neutralizer and a two count. Rollins crawls to the ropes and gets his legs grabbed again for yet ANOTHER Swing but flips out of it, into a Pedigree but fails to get the victory again.

Rollins gets his speech in about being God as he hits Cesaro in time to set up the Curb Stomp. Rollins gets caught into a Uppercut (second best Stomp counter) and takes Rollins spinning, first with a no handed Airplane Spin, Giant Swing and finishes it with a Neutralizer.

(Now get my Red and Pewter out of my sight on Rollins. They are winners unlike you tonight, Seth.)

New Day vs AJ Styles and Omos-

We… are getting Omos to start off against Kofi…? Oh no. New Day goaded AJ to start.

Kofi and AJ using their speed to go off and do some of their big moves or attempt them as AJ thinks he gets an advantage but Kofi gets it, with a slam and near fall, teasing AJ after a beat down as the champs get frequent tags, even getting a Unicorn Stampede off before Xavier holds AJ down for a bit. They keep teasing Omos to tag in but to no avail, New Day beating AJ down more. Kofi goes to tease AJ to get to tag AJ but tags Woods in to cut him off from tagging Omos. After a flurry from AJ to separate from Woods, Kofi tags himself in and fights AJ from tagging the big man in until AJ separates himself from the two and realizes, “I can tag the big man…? I CAN TAG THE BIG MAN!”

Omos comes in and Xavier can’t knock Omos down as Kofi tries to tag in and chop down the big man as The New Day… well to quote the remake of The Longest Yard… they shit themselves. Omos dismantles and smashes The New Day in the ring. Omos basically is breaking them apart as AJ flings over Omos for a Phenomenal Forearm and Omos two handed Chokeslams Kofi down for the win… Jesus Christ. They made him look like a billion dollars in the ring tonight.

Braun Strowman vs Shane McMahon-

As Braun comes in second, Elias and Ryker goes and beats Strowman down with chairs before the bell and Shane tells them to bring Braun in for it to start.

Shane grabs one of the chairs and beats Braun down with the chair over and over, going for a quick win and escaping but Braun, limping, stops Shane and taking more strikes from Shane for a good amount, limping and weakened as Shane breaks sheet metal from the top of the cage to continue the beat down and near fall. Braun now taking the fight to Shane as he stops Shane from escaping and tossing Shane into the cage walls over and over as Shane gets Braun’s hands now before getting squashed between the cage walls. Braun gets the full advantage in the match until his legs give out from earlier and Shane slides out, doing a swinging DDT and setting Braun up to go from Florida all the way to Cali with the Coast to Coast for a second near fall. Ryker and Elias climb the outside to get Shane out but Strowman runs into the cage to loosen all three of them. More offense goes on before Shane gets away and climbs out almost until he pisses off Braun and… gets caught, pulling the cage apart and dragging Shane back in. Braun getting a bright idea as he props Shane up on the cage, going up himself before Braun launches Shane off the cage and climbs back in, stumbling and standing up for himself and everyone who was bullied that’s watching before hitting a Running Powerslam for the win.

We get a small break for the cage to be taken down to honor the inductees to the 2020 Hall of Fame, Shatner, Liger, JBL, The Bella Twins, The British Bulldog, Titus O’Neal with the Warrior Award and the New World Order, Waltman, Hall, Nash and Hogan.

Bad Bunny & Damien Priest vs Miz & John Morrison-

Priest and Miz start it off and Miz goes to the corner and goads Bunny to come in and tags in as they walk around a little bit and Miz being an ass saying he can get the first shot as Bad Bunny pops Miz down. Bunny actually goes for a waist lock as Miz swings wild, Bunny ducks and gets another jab in before Miz gets pissed off and both of them trade blows in the corner of the ring before Miz gets the advantage, taking Bad Bunny into one corner and gets cocky a little before getting countered and Bunny flings Miz down with an arm drag. Miz rolls out and gets caught INTO A LA MAGISTAL AND A NEAR FALL! Miz had to get cheap after a a short pep talk with Morrison as Bad Bunny showing he’s better than Enzo with the rope spot. Bunny gets the advantage again as he slides under the ropes and does a well done Tilt-A-Whirl Head Scissor on Miz before tagging Morrison and getting some control in the match for M&M.

Miz gets back in and taunts Damien Priest by putting Bad Bunny in a headlock, inches away from Priest until Bunny gets some fight in him, dropping Morrison from the apron and almost getting to Priest, countering Miz’s stop with a Sunset Flip but getting beaten down after the pin attempt. Miz and Morrison take it to Bunny on the outside a bit. Morrison gets tagged in and taunts Booker T with a Spinarooni (A perfect one at that) as the tag to Miz gets in and Priest tries to get the crowd amped up. Miz cheap shots Priest and takes the ref’s attention away as M&M just keep embarrassing Bad Bunny with kicks in the corner. Miz gets cocky again and goes for his signature clothesline in the corner but Bunny stops him, dropping Morrison’s attack from the apron and hits a Tornado DDT onto Miz as he finally tags Damien Priest.

Damien goes to both men with his speed and strength, suplexing Miz into Morrison and hitting a chokeslam into a nearfall as all four men now get in the ring. Stereo Falcon Arrows, Damien Priest getting his step up Tope Con Hilo and Bunny with a crossbody. Priest gets Miz into the ring and Miz counters it into a Skull Crushing Finale into a pinfall. Bad Bunny goes to break it up and almost gets a tag in before Morrison pulls Bunny down. Bad Bunny having none of it from Morrison, hits a God Damn Destroyer as Priest props Miz up, gets the tag and lands a crossbody on the Miz for the win.

(Okay… Bad Bunny actually impressed me. Showed he cared. I give him props for that. I really do.)

Bianca Belair vs Sasha Banks-

Both women size each other up for Collar & Elbows and Sasha shoves Bianca down, getting the trash talk started before Bianca kips up and shows a good amount of her –est’s, being Strong, Quick, Fast against Sasha as Sasha gets annoyed and gets caught by Bianca, rolling her out of the ring as Bianca goes to the outside. After some fighting on the apron, Sasha goes for a good suicide dive attempt but Bianca catches her and carries her to the ring as the match gets back to the ring. Bianca gets her usually offense going but Sasha actually grabs the hair of Bianca during the cartwheel and takes control this time around, getting her edge back and weakening the challenger. Sasha takes her to the corner and goes for the double knee attempt from the apron before Bianca catches her and drops her on her shoulder as they both go to the outside. Bianca’s hair gets caught by Sasha and Bianca takes control on the outside before the ref gets to 8 and both come back in. Bianca showed off her strength this time after a cradle attempt and does an impressive amount of time on a stalling suplex. Sasha keeps using Bianca’s hair to try to stop her after the Suplex but Bianca uses her hair as a ripcord effect into a clothesline. Sasha gets beat down from a Standing Shooting Star and getting propped into the corner as Belair goes for a 450 attempt from the top rope and Sasha counters, getting the momentum change momentarily.

Bianca catches some of Sasha’s high speed offense and does powerbomb pinfalls as Sasha kicks out of the first two, reversing the third with an X-Factor and taking control back with a Tornado DDt for another near fall. Banks now goes to the top for a Frog Splash. Sasha gets her anger and ruthlessness to wrap Bianca’s hair around her opponent into a Bank Statement and somehow, Bianca powers through and gets to the ropes before Sasha starts stopping on Bianca’s face after the break. Banks keeps going with the trash talking but Bianca shoves her into the corner post with some Shoulder Tackles and sets her up for a Superplex. Sasha fights her off and attempts a cartwheel kick before Sasha grabs the feet into a Tree of Woe position to land a Meteora. Sasha misses the first one, goes to a knee strike from the Tree as Bianca sits up so Sasha lands knees first into the turnbuckle and eats a 450 Splash for a near fall. Sasha tries to get control again after but gets whipped in the midsection with Bianca’s hair and after a fight to swing around, Bianca grabs Sasha up and lands the Kiss Of Death to win her first Women’s Championship in WWE.

Overall Score: 8/10

Well not too bad for the first fan attended event for WWE… barring NXT of course. Bad Bunny showed he can actually care about wrestling, wasn’t expecting a Canadian Destroyer… or I guess Puerto Rican Destroyer. Cesaro gets his moment, Bianca gets her moment. AJ Styles is now a Grand Slam Champion and every match except for the Tag Team Turmoil thing was pretty solid. I actually can’t wait for night two of Mania. Did it match Stand and Deliver Night One? No. That is still the best match of the week so far but they brought a good amount of fire this night and held a candle to Night Two all things considered. Well we have one more day for me to do Mania Week writing so let’s see if Night two can live up to Night One.

Just… people stop wearing my Bucs colors and lose in the process. Seriously. Disappointed me tonight Seth and New Day.


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WWE 24/7 Championship Results & Report! (4/10/21)

BEHOLD! The Night Panther!!

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NEW 24/7 Championship

It’s the epic conclusion to the Legend of the Night Planter!

Mild-mannered Old Spice salesman, Joseph Average, finds himself in the middle of an incredible WWE 24/7 Championship prophecy! But is he hero or villain?

OFFICIAL RESULTS

  • WWE 24/7 Championship Picnic Panic: R-Truth VS Akira Tozawa & Night Panther; Truth retains the title.

PLAY BY PLAY

R-Truth is having a picnic.

“This is just not your ordinary picnic. We eatin’ good.” And after spraying some Old Spice Night Panther, they’re smellin’ good, too! But Akira Tozawa is sneaking up to snatch Truth’s snacks! Truth goes to reach for some, sees Tozawa, and Tozawa says, “Say cheese~!” What’s Tozawa doing at Truth’s picnic?! And with Ninja Referee (Drew Gulak) and the Night Panther! Truth finds he’s outnumbered! Tozawa and Ninja Ref Gulak grab Truth, and Truth says, “Oh no! Say it ain’t so, Joe!” He went from Average Joe, to Average Ninja! But if you go full ninja, you go evil. But, Joe’s not evil…

Tozawa shouts, “ATTACK!” But stand back, there’s a Hurricane comin’ through! A hurricane? Truth’s insurance covers that. But what is he doing here? What’s he doing here? Everyone knows that hurricanes and night panthers are mortal enemies. Truth confirms. And yet, here Joe is, ruining Truth’s picnic with his baby. Wazzupwiththat?! Night Panther, attack!! Night Panther punches at Hurricane but is blocked and counter punched! Truth breaks free of the kung-fu grip, and hurries with Hurricane to the Truth Cave! AWAY~!

The ninjas pick themselves up and Tozawa blames Night Panther for this. But he tried…! Tozawa takes away Night Panther’s seemingly endless blackbelt. Was this Yokozuna sized? But Tozawa doesn’t care what the prophecy says, Joseph Average is NOT the Night Panther! The “HAH! HAH! HAH!” turns into laughter at Joe’s failure, and Joe runs away in shame. Ninja Ref Gulak tries to talk with Tozawa but he won’t hear it. Will Tozawa ever get the 24/7 Championship away from Truth? Will Joseph Average redeem himself? Or is there truly someone else who the Night Panther mantle is meant for?


My Thoughts:

Not quite as conclusive as I thought, but this was a pretty great next part to this story with Eric Bugenhagen, aka Ricky Buge, aka The Buge, now Joseph “The Night Panther” Average, who may not even be the Night Panther anymore. I like that we got The Hurricane in this, and if it weren’t for the divide of WWE and AEW, I would love if the cinematic wrestling universe got Matt Hardy involved with this title. Having a brand deal feels right up the “Big Money Matt” gimmick’s alley. I hope Buge returns and proves himself as the Night Panther, or even just as Joseph Average. This is the kind of fun this title needs to be having either way.


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