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Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 10th, '17, 15:40 reports that Becky Lynch has been cleared to return to action following injuries suffered last week against Tamina. She will face Brie Bella tonight on Smackdown. Also on Smackdown, we will see Team Anger team with Roman Reigns to take on Big Show, Kofi Kingston, Adrian Neville, & Michael McGillicutty, as well Cody Rhodes vs. Dolph Ziggler, Dean Ambrose vs. Tyson Kidd, and Kalisto challenging The Miz for the US Title. We will also hear from John Cena following Sheamus’ attack on Raw.

Smackdown (2/11/2016)- Portland, OR
We kick off Smackdown with two pieces of news. First Dean Ambrose will officially cash in his MITB contract for a WWE Title shot at Unforgiven. Secondly, tonight’s main event will be The Wyatt Family vs. AJ, Owens, & Zayn.

Becky makes Brie tap clean in four minutes to the Disarmer, then says that she wants another shot at Paige’s title.

We go backstage to Renee Young. The announcers ask her how she is feeling after the heinous way Wade Barrett treated her on Raw. Renee says she was a little shaken up, but she is fine now- thanks to Dean Ambrose for preventing it from going any further- and she is ready to return to doing what she does best, which is asking the tough questions.
Her guest at this time is Roman Reigns, who has been booked to team with Team Anger tonight in an eight-man tag despite having some very public disagreements with them over the past week or so. She asks him for his thoughts on the matter. He says that he is pretty sure that Team Anger went to Steph to get this booked, and while he is unhappy about having to team with them, he is going to do his job and try to win the match because that what professionals do, no matter who they have to team with.

We go back to the ring where the Dudley Boyz are once again cutting a promo asking for some competition. The Brain Trust come out and call them disgraces to the tag titles. They say they’ve been trying to send the Dudleys a “letter of intent” to challenge for the tag titles for weeks but they keep bouncing back because “Dudleyville isn’t even a real place.” Bubba responds by saying that, due to Big Daddy Dudley’s many travels just about anywhere is Dudleyville and anyone could be a Dudley. Even you might be a Dudley, Sandow.”
Sandow gets gravely offended by this, shouting “HOW DARE YOU INSULT MY MOTHER LIKE THAT!” (Otunga pipes in with a threat to sue the Dudleys for slander), and insists that he is far too smart to be a Dudley. More barbs are exchanged until Steph comes out and books a tag match as tomorrow night’s featured match on Superstars.

Renee Young is interviewing Heath Slater backstage. He tells Renee that he is very glad that Dean Ambrose was able to protect her from Wade Barrett on Raw and says that he hopes that Dean will be able to show Tyson Kidd some pointers on how to fight someone off to protect a woman tonight in their match tonight.

We then go over to Byron Saxton, who is standing by with Cody Rhodes. Cody explains that he asked for this match tonight against Dolph Ziggler because he heard what Dolph said about him on Raw and he is going to prove Dolph wrong and earn himself another shot at the World Heavyweight Title all in one fell swoop.

Team Anger keep shouting at Roman to use his anger, but he keeps telling them to shut up and stop bothering him. Eventually this leads to Roman being distracted at a key moment and eating a WMD from Big Show. Team Anger, realizing that they have screwed up, all charge in to attack Big Show. Truth and Swagger both get put down with WMDs but Kane manages to clothesline Show over the top rope. Neville makes a blind tag as Show is going over the top, nails Kane with a dropkick to send him to the outside, then hits Roman with a Red Arrow for the pin.
After the match Show grabs a mic and points out that he just put a bunch of guys down with his WMD, just like he did to Rusev two weeks ago and reiterates his demand for a title shot. Lana, Lefort, and Rusev show up and say that Show doesn’t deserve one. Steph comes out and says that she is really pissed at the League of Nations for what Barrett did on Raw so she isn’t going to let them duck title shots any more. She points out that Neville- who got the win tonight- also did beat Rusev when he beat him by DQ on the 1/7 Smakdown, so Neville will get an IC Title shot next week on Raw, while Big Show will get a shot after that.

Byron Saxton is interviewing Sin Cara about the fact that he seemed to let Kalisto get a pin instead of going for one himself in their four-way on Raw. Kalisto shows up and points out that Cara’s attempts at helping him once again failed because he still doesn’t trust him, and tells Sin Cara to keep his nose out of his US Title shot against The Miz tonight.

Emma wins clean in four minutes. After the match she says that she wants a shot at Paige’s title. Paige comes out to address this, but is then confronted by Becky, who also wants a shot at the title. While the three women argue in the ring, Tamina comes out from the crowd and lays all of them out, then poses with the title.

Byron Saxton interviews Tyson Kidd about his match with Dean Ambrose tonight and the various comments that have been made about him recently by both Michael McGillicutty and Heath Slater. Tyson says that Dean is a great wrestler and the #1 contender to the WWE Title and he’s honored to have the chance to go out there and face Dean and hopefully get himself back into title contention with a win. About McGillicutty calling him a “loser” because he got pinned in their tag match against the Dudleys on Raw he politely says that he is sorry that Michael feels that way and will gladly accept his challenge for a match next week on Raw.

Mark & Big E. win clean in seven minutes when Big E. pins Darren Young after a Big Ending.

We now go to a pre-taped promo from John Cena, who has been held off of tonight’s show due to fears that he might have suffered a concussion after getting hit with two Brogue Kicks during Sheamus’ unprovoked attack on Raw. He says that he is still awaiting final results from the doctor, but the preliminary results from his testing is that everything looks good. He then delivers a message for Sheamus, Wade Barrett, Dolph Ziggler, and everyone else who doubts him: “Telling me that I can’t do something is a great way to make sure that I work my ass off to do it.”

Dean wins a perfectly clean and sporting match in eight minutes via Dirty Deeds. After the match he looks into the camera and says “Barrett, you’re next!”

We got backstage to Byron Saxton, who is standing by with Dolph Ziggler for his thoughts on the comments we just heard from John Cena, as well as the whole situation with Cena and Sheamus. He says that he doesn’t really care about any of that. All that matters to him is that Sheamus has been stripped of his rematch for Dolph’s World Heavyweight Title, and he’s not afraid of Cena because he knows he can beat him, just like he did in the semifinals of the tournament that won him this title at King of the Ring, and just like he did last year at WrestleMania. All he cares about right now is his title defense against Jericho at Unforgiven. He says that he is going to get into Jericho’s head by beating Cody Rhodes tonight in a much quicker and more dominant fashion that Jericho did on Raw.

The announcers remind us that Kalisto has asked Sin Cara to keep away from this match, and he does so. Someone who doesn’t, however, is Jey Uso, who returns from his injuries by jumping out of the crowd and attacking Miz for the DQ just a few minutes in (basically the first time Miz goes to the outside). An angry Kalisto attacks Uso, allowing Miz to escape. The fight is broken up by security and we go to a commercial.
When we return from that commercial we are standing by with Renee Young and a still-seething Kalisto, who is angry at Jey for screwing up his title shot. Adrian Neville comes over and points out to Kalisto that if he had accepted Sin Cara’s offer to watch his back for this match, he might have been able to stop Uso from interfering. Neville says that Kalisto should be nicer to Sin Cara because they are all on the same side in the fight against the League of Nations, and asks Kalisto to please work with Cara to watch his back in his IC Title shot against Rusev on Raw. Kalisto accepts.

We learn that the Dudleys have been attacked backstage and we don’t know who did it. Everyone’s suspicious immediately fall on the Brain Trust.

We make up some excuse for why Heyman isn’t here tonight. Dolph has solid control for the first few minutes, but then #1 contender Chris Jericho shows up to do commentary, and it is clear that Jericho’s presence has gotten into Dolph’s head. Dolph does pick up the win, but Cody gets several very close nearfalls in, and it takes Dolph almost thirty minutes to put Cody away, five more than the twenty-five it took Jericho on Raw which Dolph had vowed to best.
While on commentary Jericho was asked for his thoughts on the Sheamus/Cena situation. His thoughts are pretty much generic babyface thoughts. Sheamus shouldn’t be assaulting people like that, Cena is tough, and Jericho would love to defend the World Heavyweight Title against Cena in the main event of WrestleMania XXXII after he takes the belt from Dolph in ten days at Unforgiven.

We get a backstage interview with the Brain Trust where they vehemently deny having had anything to do with the attack on the Dudleys, even though they are facing them tomorrow on Superstars.

Babyfaces win clean in however much time is left on the show, though it should probably be a good chunk. AJ pins Harper after a big flurry of moves by all of the babyfaces, ending in a Superman Splash.

Superstars: (2/12/2016)

Tonight’s featured match is a non-title bout pitting the WWE World Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz against the Brain Trust. Much of our pre-match interviews focus on the attack on the Dudleys last night on Smackdown by unknown assailants. Everyone assumes it is the Brain Trust even though they deny it. We focus on the idea that this attack has weakened the Dudleys and severely hampered their chances of winning. Bubba and Devon talk (aided by many clips from WWE’s vast video library) of times where they have fought through injuries in the past.

This match will have to go long because I doubt we can get more than about fifteen minutes out of those interviews without it feeling too repetitive. To that end I’d have a double heat here, and do everything possible to make it look like the Dudleys really are being affected by these injuries. The Brain Trust eventually get the win in about twenty-five minutes. Any remaining time can be used to plug Uforgiven, which we now learn the Brain Trust will be getting a title shot at by virtue of having defeated the champions here tonight.

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Re: BRM Books Raw 1,000 and beyond

Post by Big Red Machine » Mar 4th, '18, 04:09

Over the weekend, Chris Jericho sends out a Twitter video challenging Dolph Ziggler to a night where they each get to pick the other’s opponent on Raw. Steph retweets it, saying she thinks it’s a good idea. Heyman Tweets back a simple statement saying that his client has no interest in such a silly and pointless competition.
The hype for tonight’s Raw revolves around several major points: Rusev defending his Intercontinental Title against Neville, an announcement for the Divas Title match at Unforgiven, the announcement of John Cena’s match at Unforgiven, and the return of Ashley Flair from her indefinite suspension for assaulting Nattie Neidhart after their #1 contendership match at the Raw 23rd Anniversary Show. She will face her arch-rival, the current WWE Divas Champion, Paige, in tonight’s main event.

Raw (2/15/2016)- Anaheim, CA:
The show opens with Chris Jericho coming out to the ring. He tells the fans about the challenge he made over Twitter, and that Heyman turned it down. He calls out Dolph to ask why he turned it down, insinuating that Dolph was afraid. Dolph said he never told Heyman to turn the challenge down. Heyman comes out and tells Dolph that he turned it down because he knows what Jericho is doing, which is trying to find ways to get into Dolph’s head, and he is trying to prevent that from happening.
Jericho says he was just trying to give the fans a more interesting show, and Steph liked the idea so much that she let him come out and start off the show making this direct appeal to Dolph to accept the challenge. She already has match slots blocked off for them, and knows which alternates she will substitute in if anyone she was planning on booking in a different match tonight is selected by either Dolph or Jericho to face the other. Besides… he doesn’t need to get into Dolph’s head. He already proved he was better than Dolph when he beat Cody Rhodes in a shorter amount of time than Dolph did, and when he pinned him in the 1—Way Elimination #1 Contendership match a few weeks ago.
Dolph is goaded into accepting, despite Heyman’s warnings, and Jericho reveals that his opponent of choice for Dolph is none other than the #1 contender to the WWE Title, Dean Ambrose!

They go for about twelve minutes, brawling to a double-count-out.

Byron Saxton is interviewing Roman Reigns about his match against Kevin Owens tonight. Team Anger show up and once again try to tell Roman to get angry during his matches and then channel that anger into motivation. Roman tells them that he’s sick and tired of them butting their noses into his business. He has no use for their stupid philosophy, and their attempts to convince him of it have done nothing but cost him matches… and last week on Smackdown it even cost them a match as well because he was their teammate and they still distracted him. He tells them to leave him alone that he doesn’t want to see any of them again.

The announcers explain that Sami Zayn isn’t out here at ringside for Owens’ match because he is preparing for his own match, which is next.
They go for about thirteen minutes. Roman has the advantage at this point, but Team Anger come out and try to get Roman to use his anger more. Roman gets angry at them, and they urge him to now redirect that anger to Owens but Roman just keeps yelling at them. Owens takes advantage of this by hitting Roman from behind, then nailing him with first a pop-up powerbomb and then a moonsault for the pin. The announcers put this over as a big win for Owens, with JBL lauding him for showing the necessary “ruthlessness” to take advantage of the fact that Roman was paying too much attention to Team Anger.
After the match Roman grabs a microphone and says he has changed his mind. Earlier he said that he didn’t want to see Team Anger again, but now he wants to see one of them standing across the ring from him at Unforgiven.

CODY RHODES vs. MARK HENRY (w/Big E. Langston) vs. SAMI ZAYN (w/Kevin Owens) vs. KOFI KINGSTON (w/Big Show) vs. KANE (w/Team Anger) vs. BRAY WYATT (w/the Wyatt Family)-
Kofi wins cleanly in eighteen minutes, pinning Cody. The announcers put this over as a big win for Kofi, given the high level of talent involved and the fact that he just pinned a former world champion in a match involving two other former world champions.

Jey Uso comes out and calls out The Miz for a fight, demanding that Miz face the consequences for attacking his family. Miz’s music plays, but a random geek comes out and reads a statement saying that Miz had to go home to Hollywood because he got sick. Neither babyface announcer Michael Cole nor Jey Uso believes this, but of course our heel announcer JBL does. Kalisto’s music plays and he tells Jey Uso that he is happy to fight if Jey is looking for a fight because he’s pissed at Jey for getting him DQed in his shot at Miz’s title last week on Smackdown. They start shoving each other, but Adrian Neville comes out to break it up, with Neville asking Kalisto to at least wait to fight until after he keeps his word to watch Neville’s back against the League of Nations during tonight’s US Title tonight. Kalisto backs down, but makes it clear to Uso that this is only happening due to him giving his word to Neville. It is later announced that Kalisto and Jey will face off tomorrow night on Main Event.

Tamina wins clean in two minutes, all but squashing Fox.

Byron Saxton interviews Dean Ambrose. He asks Dean if his double-count-out against World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler has put any doubts in his head about his ability to defeat WWE’s other top champion Wade Barrett when Dean challenges for Wade’s WWE Title this Sunday at Unforgiven. Dean replies that tonight’s double-count-out changes nothing. Tonight was just him letting out some of his frustration over having to wait so long to face Wade. Tonight he was merely imagining it was Wade Barrett’s face he was swinging at every time he threw a punch at Dolph, but come Sunday, when he gets the chance to make Wade pay for what he did to Seth Rollins and the way he treated Renee Young, he’s going to take things much more slowly and deliberately. He’s not worried about getting counted out because the match won’t ever get to the floor because Wade Barrett is going to quit long before Dean runs out of ways to hurt him inside the ring.

WWE INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH: Alexander Rusev(c) (w/the League of Nations) vs. Adrian Neville (w/Sin Cara & Kalisto)-
Cara and Kalisto are able to work together to thwart all of the League’s attempts to cheat, but in the end it doesn’t matter as Rusev manages to pick up the clean win over Neville in twenty minutes. The LON take advantage of their numbers advantage to attack the babyfaces after the match but Big Show comes out to make the save, knocking every one of them (but Lana) out with the WMD. He says that now that Neville has had his title shot, he is the next in line (per Steph’s dictate from Smackdown) and he doesn’t want to be kept waiting.

AJ wins clean in ten minutes. After the match AJ cuts a promo saying that he doesn’t mean to disrespect Ryder because Ryder is a former multi-time US Champion and Tag Team Champion… but he’s AJ freakin’ Styles and he’s looking for a higher level of competition. Kofi Kingston comes out and points out to AJ that not only is he a former multiple-time IC, US, and WWE World Tag Team Champion, but he is also undisputedly the best athlete on the WWE roster. This has AJ’s attention, so AJ challenges Kofi to a match at Unforgiven, which Kofi accepts.

Renee Young interviews the Dudley Boyz. She says that most of the WWE Universe seems to believe the Dudley’s assertions that the Brain Trust were the ones who attacked them on Smackdown, and says that many in the WWE Universe have been speculating that the injuries suffered in said attack played a role in the Brain Trust defeating the Dudleys on Superstars to earn a shot at their WWE World Tag Team Titles at Unforgiven. Renee asks the Dudleys if they think those injuries did play a role in their loss, and if so, is it fair that the Brain Trust are still being given this title shot.
Bubba replies “While Devon and I appreciate the vote of confidence from the WWE Universe, we like to think that we’re tough enough to take a beating on Thursday and then come back at full strength on Friday and the fact of the matter is that the Brain Trust are a great tag team so it’s entirely possible that them attacking us backstage on Smackdown didn’t factor into that match at all and they just straight up beat us. The attack was the attack, and the match was the match. They’re separate. In six days at Unforgiven, we’re gonna get our chance to get avenge the blemish they put on our record and prove once again that we are the greatest tag team of all time… which just leaves one more thing to be avenged: the attack. And we plan on avenging that a little sooner.” Devon adds in “Oh my brother, TESTIFY!”

Heath Slater interferes, causing Tyson to lose in eight minutes.

Steph comes out to the ring to make some announcements about this Sunday’s Unforgiven PPV. First she confirms that the AJ Styles vs. Kofi Kingston match is now officially booked. Next she announces that she has booked Jey Uso vs. The Miz for the PPV, and because Jey actually pinned Miz a few weeks ago before Miz assaulted him and his brother, this match will be for Miz’s WWE United States Championship!
But Jey Uso isn’t the only one who has been waiting weeks for a title shot who will get it at Unforgiven, as Big Show will be getting his shot at Rusev’s Intercontinental Title on this Sunday’s PPV! And Rusev’s League of Nations compatriots, Justin Gabrfeil & The Colons will have to face the music for their earlier post-match attack as they will face off against the high-flying trio of Adrian Neville, Sin Cara, & Kalisto!
The next situation she addresses is that of the Divas Title. She notes that both Emma and Becky have three wins each and no losses over the past few weeks, and Tamina, while she only has two wins in that time frame, has only suffered one loss, which was a count-out where she just barely missed the count, and the many matches of hers that have resulted in the action continuing after the bell have all seen her stand tall at the end, so Paige will be defending the title at Unforgiven in a Fatal 4-Way.
She also assures us that the WWE Title match between Dean Ambrose and the suspended WWE Champion Wade Barrett will take place as advertised, as she had given Wade certain conditions he must meet in order for her to reinstate him, and Wade has assured her that those conditions will be met by the time the PPV rolls around. She then pointedly warns Wade to do what he has promised to do and not make her look like a fool come Sunday, or else she’ll leave him in the doghouse until after WrestleMania, which would not only cause him to miss out on his WrestleMania payday, but also to be in violation of the Thirty Days Rule with more than enough time for her to build up a match to crown a new WWE Champion at WrestleMania which Wade will have to watch from his couch.
Finally, she says, she is going to deal with someone who doesn’t currently have a match for Unforgiven, but should: 2016 Royal Rumble Winner John Cena. She calls Cena out and tells him that she is going to do something for him she rarely ever does: let him pick his own opponent for Unforgiven. She says she knows that he won’t choose a tomato can he thinks he can easily beat, due to both his own pride and work ethic, and the respect he has for the WWE roster and the WWE Universe.
She starts throwing suggestions at him. Cody, a former multi-time World Heavyweight Champion, multi-time MITB winner, and mutli-time tag team and IC champ. There is the Big Red Machine, Kane, a former WWE Champion, World Heavyweight Champion, and ECW Champion, multiple-time tag team and Intercontinental Champion, former Hardcore Champion, and a man who Cena has engaged in some hellacious matches with in the past. Or “The World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry, a former World Heavyweight Champion and ECW Champion. Or the mysterious and dangerous Bray Wyatt, or one of his followers, Harper and Rowan. Or perhaps Cena would like to give a chance to one of the many hot up-and-comers in WWE’s ranks such as Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Big E. Langston, or the man Cena had an argument with last week and never got resolve his issues with: the second longest-reigning Intercontinental Champion of all time, Roman Reigns.
At this point Cena cuts Steph off and tells her that after last week, there is only one man he wants to face: Sheamus. Steph reminds him that Sheamus is suspended but Cena says that the only guy he is interested in facing right now is Sheamus. He understands that this suspension is Steph’s way of punishing Sheamus, but for Sheamus’ cowardly attack on him last week and for the cowardly attack on Daniel Bryan back at Night of Champions which might well have ended Bryan’s career, that’s not good enough for him, and it’s not good enough for the fans. Steph relents and books the match, saying that she will officially reinstate Sheamus on Sunday, but will let him cut a promo live via satellite from his home on this week’s Smackdown.
The segment seems over and Cena heads off to leave but Dolph Ziggler shows up and tells Cena that he has chosen him to be Chris Jericho’s opponent tonight, so Cena had better pull it together and remember how to win because Dolph is going to be very annoyed if Cena screws things up for him. Vena responds by thanking Dolph for giving him this big match and saying that he does intended to win tonight, but he’s not winning for Dolph; he’s going to win for himself, to prove to himself that he hasn’t lost his touch in big matches. After a commercial we get…

Jericho wins clean in eleven minutes when he wriggles free of an attempted AA and rolls Cena up for the win, leaving Cena stunned. Jericho grabs a mic and cuts a promo noting that he was able to win his match against the opponent Dolph hand-picked for him but Dolph was unable to beat Jericho’s hand-picked opponent, once again proving that he is better than Dolph… and he is going to prove that fact one more time this Sunday at Unforgiven.

Renee Young tries to get a reaction interview from John Cena as he comes back through the curtain, but Cena simply tells her that he’s not sure what went wrong out there. He lost and he’s not sure what else there is to say about it, then walks off.

The Brain Trust come out to the ring to cut a promo saying that they’ll beat the Dudleys and win the tag titles at Unforgiven, but the Dudleys come charging out looking for a fight, but the Brain Trust run away through the crowd.

Ashley does none of her usual Flair stuff. Her demeanor is cold; almost stoic. They wrestle an intense mat-based, almost EVOLVE-style match for about twenty minutes with Ashley coming out on top due to some sort of roll-up. We go off the air with the announcers telling that Ashley has just propelled herself to the front of the line for a title shot after Unforgiven.

Main Event (2/16/2016):
Our opener is scheduled to be Bo Dallas vs. Darren Young but John Cena comes out before the bell rings. Cena cuts a promo saying that he rarely ever throws his weight around like this, but he insists that they add him to this match. Steph comes out and says that it’s okay with her as long as it’s okay with Bo and Darren. Bo rambles on about how Cena being in the match gives him the opportunity to beat John Cena and jump-start his career. Darren cockily vows to kick Cena’s ass, so we get…
They do some spots, including one where Bo rolls Cena up for a false finish. At around the nine minute mark Cena manages to hit Bo with an AA. Darren comes at Cena to try to knock him out of the ring and steal the pin but Cena sees him coming and AAs Darren over the top rope and onto Titus, then pins Bo for the win. On his way up the ramp, Cena tells the camera that he is “back on track.”

Mark & Big E. defeat the abnormally large jobbers in normal squash match time and fashion.

Uso wins clean in twenty-five minutes. Not only will this let Kalisto look strong in defeat, but hopefully they will tear it up enough to get people talking about Jey Uso as a singles guy heading into his title shot at the PPV.
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Re: BRM Books Raw 1,000 and beyond

Post by Big Red Machine » Mar 5th, '18, 14:10

NXT Takeover: Validation (2/17/2016)- Winter Park, FL

Swann wins by roll-up in fourteen minutes, once again leaving Corbin stunned. Corbin again throws a fit afterwards.

Mojo & Elias win in ten minutes when Dana shoves Enzo off the top rope, letting Mojo hit him with Hyderdrive for the pin.

Crews wins clean in ten minutes, pinning Dempsey after whatever his finisher is.

NXT TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH: American Alpha(c) vs. The Ascension-
Gable is the babyface in peril but manages to make the tag to Jordan. American Alpha manage to use their technical skills to chop down the big trees and get the clean win in twenty minutes to retain.

NXT TITLE MATCH: Finn Balor(c) vs. Samoa Joe vs. Tyler Breeze-
Balor wins clean in twenty-five minutes. The finish has Joe locking in the Coquina Clutch but Balor comes off the top with the Coup de Grace onto both of them, then pinning Breeze to retain.

NXT WOMEN’S TITLE MATCH: Sasha Banks(c) vs. Bayley-
Bayley wins clean in twenty-five minutes with a roll-up out of the Banks Statement to win the title. The crowd goes wild. Sasha just sits there in disbelief while the celebration happens all around her.
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