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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from Isaiah Carter in WWE Dreams 2K20   
    WWE Dreams presented the Hell in a Cell Kickoff.
     
    Michael Cole, Corey Graves, and Byron Saxton welcomed the WWE Dreams Universe.
     


     
    The opening match was AJ Styles versus the "new" Big E.
     


     
    Styles hit the Pele Kick early on.
     


     
    Big E used his power to slam AJ onto the hardest part of the ring and then into the side of it.
     


     
    Big E could not believe AJ kicked out of the Big Splash.
     

     
    Styles paid E back by dropping him onto the apron.
     



     
    This may be the "new" Big E but that was classic Big E with a Spear through the ropes!
     

     
    AJ locked in the Calf-Crusher but Big E overpowered Styles to get out of the hold.
     




     
    AJ Styles went for the Phenomenal Forearm but Big E caught him in mid-air and delivered the Big Ending for the win.
     
    Records: AJ Styles (1-1-0), Big E (2-1-0)
     


     
    Next, Nikki Cross faced off against her rival Ruby Riott who had the Riott Squad in her corner. It was over a year ago when Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, and Sarah Logan injured Nikki Cross, forcing her to relinquish the NXT Women's Championship. This is Cross' chance for retribution.
     

     
    Nikki ran right at Ruby with a headbutt!
     

     
    Riott drove Cross into the middle turnbuckle.
     

     
    Ruby hit a devastating kick.
     


     
    The Riott Squad used their numbers advantage to help Ruby hit the Riott Kick and pick up the win.
     
    Records: Nikki Cross (1-1-0), Ruby Riott (1-0-0)
     


     
    The third and final match of the Kickoff show was a fight between former partners Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre. Ziggler didn't want to wait as he attacked Drew from behind during his entrance.
     

     
    Back in the ring, McIntyre tossed Ziggler around.
     

     
    Drew dropped Dolph with a Spike Piledriver!
     

     
    After aggressively removing his coat, McIntyre once again threw Ziggler across the ring, showing off his strength.
     

     
    Drew nailed the Glasgow Kiss.
     

     
    Another Claymore Kick spelled the end for Dolph. Drew McIntyre won in dominant fashion.
     

     
    Records: Drew McIntyre (1-0-0), Dolph Ziggler (1-1-0)
     

     
    Roman Reigns, who will challenge Daniel Bryan for the WWE Championship at Hell in a Cell, said in an interview that he will teach a lesson in respect to Bryan for throwing the WWE Championship in the trash. Roman said Daniel Bryan can save the planet all he wants, but who's going to save Daniel Bryan?
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from amai in WWE Dreams 2K20   
    "OW! HIT IT!"
     

     
    Velveteen Dream kicks off NXT versus Oney Lorcan. After hitting the Dream Valley Driver, Velveteen dropped the Purple Rainmaker to win the match.
     


     
    Velveteen Dream looked into the camera after the match, almost looking directly at North American Champion Ricochet.
     
    Records: Velveteen Dream (1-0-0), Oney Lorcan (0-1-0)
     
    The new NXT Women's Champion Kairi Sane introduced the WWE Dreams Universe to Io Shirai. Then she revealed that they will be part of the tournament to crown the first-ever Women's Tag Team Champions.
     

     
    Dakota Kai faced off against Mia Yim, another new Superstar in NXT. Yim dominated Kai on her way to a victory.
     
    Records: Dakota Kai (0-1-0), Mia Yim (1-0-0)
     
    The Street Profits named a few suspects in the case of the missing NXT Championship. The Undisputed Era were on the top of that list which also included Eric Young, Tommaso Ciampa, and the... Street Profits? To be continued.
     



     
    The United Kingdom Championship was on the line next as Pete Dunne once again challenged Cesaro. Just when it seemed like Dunne was about to recapture the title, he was blindsided by Kassius Ohno! Dunne wins via disqualification.
     


     
    With Dunne and Cesaro down, Ohno stood tall.
     
    Records: Pete Dunne (1-0-0), Cesaro (0-1-0)
     

     
    The Viking Raiders destroyed their opponents in tag team action.
     


     
    Records: Erik (1-0-0), Ivar (1-0-0)
     


     
    NXT Champion Aleister Black took on Bobby Fish with Roderick Strong and Adam Cole ringside. All it took was one Blxck Mass to lift Black over Fish.
     


     
    After the match, Aleister looked at Cole and said, "2 down, 2 to go" as NXT ends.
     
    Records: Aleister Black (2-0-0), Bobby Fish (0-1-0)
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from Isaiah Carter in WWE Dreams 2K20   
    Welcome to the 2020 season of WWE Dreams! In case you don't know, WWE Dreams is my own personal wrestling diary that I started in 2006. I make up storylines, play them out using the latest wrestling video game, and post the results here. As always, this season is a continuation of the last and you can find the previous three seasons in these forums if you're interested. Stay tuned for the updated rosters and champions for Monday Night RAW (MNR), NXT, and Friday Night SmackDown (FNS). Thank you and I hope you look forward to the 2020 season of WWE Dreams!
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from amai in WWE Dreams 2K20   
    Rey Mysterio, with The Miz, took on Randy Orton, with Andrade & Zelina Vega, in the opening contest of FNS. During the match, Universal Champion Triple H arrived and was interviewed backstage about his match with Kevin Owens at Hell in a Cell. He was asked if he had selected his stipulation for 3 Stages of Hell. Triple H said he has but he won't reveal what it is until Hell in a Cell. However, he said it would be a very special match. Kevin Owens then attacked Triple H from behind and the fight spilled out to the arena. Big E came out from the back but AJ Styles wasn't too far behind. Eventually, Miz, Mysterio, Orton, and Andrade all got involved and the original match was ruled a no contest.
     
    Records: Rey Mysterio (0-0-1), Randy Orton (0-0-1)
     
    Michael Cole announced that, per the FNS Executive Director, tonight's main event will be an 8-man tag team match: Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, Rey Mysterio, & The Miz versus Randy Orton, Andrade, Big E, & Universal Champion Triple H!
     

     

     
    Corey Graves talked about the other huge tag team match tonight. SD Women's Champion Becky Lynch teams with Ember Moon to face The IIconics.
     

     
    Intercontinental Champion Braun Strowman made his 2020 season debut by declaring an open challenge for his title at Hell in a Cell.
     

     
    Heath Slater came to the ring to accept the challenge but got "these hands" instead.
     




     
    Who will actually accept the challenge? Find out at Hell in a Cell!
     


     
    SD Women's Champion Becky Lynch teamed up with her Evolution challenger Ember Moon to take on The IIconics. As Lynch was fighting with Peyton Royce, Moon leaped off the top rope with the intent of hitting the Eclipse on Royce, but Peyton pulled Becky into it and Ember hit her partner instead! Billie Kay then rolled Moon up, and with the help of using the ropes, pinned the number one contender to the SD Women's Championship.
     
    Records: Becky Lynch (1-1-0), Ember Moon (1-1-0), Peyton Royce (1-0-0), Billie Kay (1-0-0)
     
    Absolution were watching the last match from the women's locker room. Carmella and Naomi were also watching and announced they will be partners in the tournament to crown Women's Tag Team Champions. Paige said they don't stand a chance.
     
    Backstage, The Brian Kendrick was interviewed about making his return to WWE Dreams last week on 205 Live. Kendrick said he was the first-ever Cruiserweight Champion and came back for one reason and one reason only: to get the title back. Cruiserweight Champion Ricochet approached Brian and put his title on the line against Kendrick next week on FNS.
     
    Coming up next, it's ALI versus Chad Gable.
     

     


     
    ALI went one-on-one with Chad Gable next.
     

     
    Both Superstars put on a show with high-flying maneuvers but ALI came away with the victory. They shook hands after the bout.
     
    Records: ALI (2-0-0), Chad Gable (0-1-0)
     
    The final card for FNS at Hell in a Cell looks like this:




     
    The 8-man tag team main event match was underway now. All hell was breaking loose before Hell in a Cell. Rey Mysterio dove outside the ring, taking out Triple H. The Miz clotheslined Randy Orton out of the ring. AJ Styles hit the Phenomenal Forearm on Big E while Kevin Owens delivered a Stunner on Andrade to win the match for his team.
     



     
    Records: Kevin Owens (1-1-0), AJ Styles (1-0-0), The Miz (2-0-0), Rey Mysterio (1-0-1), Randy Orton (0-1-1), Andrade (0-2-0), Big E (1-1-0), Triple H (0-1-0)
     

     
    Kevin Owens stared down Triple H as FNS ended.
     
     
    205 Live
     
    Humberto Carrillo beat Gentleman Jack
    Records: Humberto Carrillo (1-1-0), Gentleman Jack (0-2-0)
     
    Cedric Alexander beat Drew Gulak
    Records: Cedric Alexander (2-0-0), Drew Gulak (0-2-0)
     
    Ricochet beat Tony Nese
    Records: Ricochet (2-0-0), Tony Nese (1-1-0)
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from TastefulChain4 in WWE Dreams 2K20   
    Rey Mysterio, with The Miz, took on Randy Orton, with Andrade & Zelina Vega, in the opening contest of FNS. During the match, Universal Champion Triple H arrived and was interviewed backstage about his match with Kevin Owens at Hell in a Cell. He was asked if he had selected his stipulation for 3 Stages of Hell. Triple H said he has but he won't reveal what it is until Hell in a Cell. However, he said it would be a very special match. Kevin Owens then attacked Triple H from behind and the fight spilled out to the arena. Big E came out from the back but AJ Styles wasn't too far behind. Eventually, Miz, Mysterio, Orton, and Andrade all got involved and the original match was ruled a no contest.
     
    Records: Rey Mysterio (0-0-1), Randy Orton (0-0-1)
     
    Michael Cole announced that, per the FNS Executive Director, tonight's main event will be an 8-man tag team match: Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, Rey Mysterio, & The Miz versus Randy Orton, Andrade, Big E, & Universal Champion Triple H!
     

     

     
    Corey Graves talked about the other huge tag team match tonight. SD Women's Champion Becky Lynch teams with Ember Moon to face The IIconics.
     

     
    Intercontinental Champion Braun Strowman made his 2020 season debut by declaring an open challenge for his title at Hell in a Cell.
     

     
    Heath Slater came to the ring to accept the challenge but got "these hands" instead.
     




     
    Who will actually accept the challenge? Find out at Hell in a Cell!
     


     
    SD Women's Champion Becky Lynch teamed up with her Evolution challenger Ember Moon to take on The IIconics. As Lynch was fighting with Peyton Royce, Moon leaped off the top rope with the intent of hitting the Eclipse on Royce, but Peyton pulled Becky into it and Ember hit her partner instead! Billie Kay then rolled Moon up, and with the help of using the ropes, pinned the number one contender to the SD Women's Championship.
     
    Records: Becky Lynch (1-1-0), Ember Moon (1-1-0), Peyton Royce (1-0-0), Billie Kay (1-0-0)
     
    Absolution were watching the last match from the women's locker room. Carmella and Naomi were also watching and announced they will be partners in the tournament to crown Women's Tag Team Champions. Paige said they don't stand a chance.
     
    Backstage, The Brian Kendrick was interviewed about making his return to WWE Dreams last week on 205 Live. Kendrick said he was the first-ever Cruiserweight Champion and came back for one reason and one reason only: to get the title back. Cruiserweight Champion Ricochet approached Brian and put his title on the line against Kendrick next week on FNS.
     
    Coming up next, it's ALI versus Chad Gable.
     

     


     
    ALI went one-on-one with Chad Gable next.
     

     
    Both Superstars put on a show with high-flying maneuvers but ALI came away with the victory. They shook hands after the bout.
     
    Records: ALI (2-0-0), Chad Gable (0-1-0)
     
    The final card for FNS at Hell in a Cell looks like this:




     
    The 8-man tag team main event match was underway now. All hell was breaking loose before Hell in a Cell. Rey Mysterio dove outside the ring, taking out Triple H. The Miz clotheslined Randy Orton out of the ring. AJ Styles hit the Phenomenal Forearm on Big E while Kevin Owens delivered a Stunner on Andrade to win the match for his team.
     



     
    Records: Kevin Owens (1-1-0), AJ Styles (1-0-0), The Miz (2-0-0), Rey Mysterio (1-0-1), Randy Orton (0-1-1), Andrade (0-2-0), Big E (1-1-0), Triple H (0-1-0)
     

     
    Kevin Owens stared down Triple H as FNS ended.
     
     
    205 Live
     
    Humberto Carrillo beat Gentleman Jack
    Records: Humberto Carrillo (1-1-0), Gentleman Jack (0-2-0)
     
    Cedric Alexander beat Drew Gulak
    Records: Cedric Alexander (2-0-0), Drew Gulak (0-2-0)
     
    Ricochet beat Tony Nese
    Records: Ricochet (2-0-0), Tony Nese (1-1-0)
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from TastefulChain4 in WWE Dreams 2K20   
    MNR began with Greg Hamilton introducing Elias, who was sitting on a stool in the middle of the ring with his guitar. Drew McIntyre was standing ominously behind him. Elias demanded complete silence, including telling the fans to shut their mouths, so he could sing his song. But before he could play a single note, Dolph Ziggler's music hit and the opening contest was underway.
     
    Dolph Ziggler faced Elias with Drew McIntyre at ringside.
     

     
    The Scottish Psychopath attempted to distract Ziggler but Dolph stayed focused to pin Elias after a Zig-Zag.
     
    Records: Elias (0-1-0), Dolph Ziggler (1-0-0)
     
    As Dolph celebrated, McIntyre entered the ring and hit a third Claymore in as many weeks. If Drew hits a fourth at Hell in a Cell, it will be all over for Ziggler.
     
    Michael Cole ran down the rest of the card for tonight:
     


     

     
    Nikki Cross was jumped backstage by The Riott Squad. Will Cross be at 100% when she faces Ruby Riott at Hell in a Cell?
     
    Dana Brooke was in the ring awaiting her opponent who turned out to be Ronda Rousey!
     

     
    The Baddest Woman on the Planet made quick work of Dana, tapping her out to the armbar.
     
    Records: Dana Brooke (0-2-0), Ronda Rousey (1-0-0)
     

     
    After the match, Ronda was hit from behind by Alexa Bliss with her briefcase. Rousey chased after Bliss.
     

     
    Bobby Lashley came out to the ring and called out United States Champion Rusev. Lashley demanded a title shot which Rusev was ready to give him, but they were interrupted by Baron Corbin, followed by EC3, Apollo Crews, and Shinsuke Nakamura. Everyone wants a shot at Rusev's United States Championship.
     
    Jeff Hardy took on Jimmy Uso with their respective brothers/partners ringside.
     




     
    This was an exciting matchup that did an excellent job hyping up their Hell in a Cell match, but in the end, Jimmy defeated Jeff with an Uso Splash.
     
    Records: Jeff Hardy (0-1-0), Jimmy Uso (1-0-0)
     


     
    Up next, Kurt Angle made his 2020 season debut against Tyler Breeze who had Fandango in his corner. Angle started off his road to retirement with a win by forcing Prince Pretty to tap to the Ankle Lock.
     

     
    Records: Tyler Breeze (1-1-0), Kurt Angle (1-0-0)
     
    The following is the final card for MNR at Hell in a Cell:
     



     
    Byron Saxton says that because of what went down earlier tonight, this match was just made official:
     



     
    Corey Graves says the contract signing for the WWE Championship match at Hell in a Cell is up next. That is, if Roman Reigns shows up.
     




     
    Roman Reigns was here this week for the contract signing and revealed that he was attacked backstage moments before it last week. He accused Daniel Bryan who then appeared on the Titantron to defend himself. The WWE Champion said it doesn't make sense for him to come out to the ring seeing as how he signed the contract last week. He said he'll stay in the back and watch Roman's match against Robert Roode. Suddenly, Roode hit Reigns from behind before he could sign the contract.
     
    After telling the referee he was good to go, Roman Reigns took on Robert Roode in the main event.
     



     
    Reigns took risks just days before his title match but it paid off as he defeated Roode with a Superman punch and Spear.
     
    Records: Roman Reigns (1-0-0), Robert Roode (0-2-0)
     
    After the match, Reigns signed the contract and told Daniel Bryan he's going to teach him a lesson in respect at Hell in a Cell and take his WWE Championship. Believe that.
     
    MNR ended with a video previewing Seth Rollins versus The Demon at Hell in a Cell. It concluded with Rollins saying this is the last resort.
     
     
    Main Event
     
    Apollo Crews beat Jinder Mahal
    Records: Apollo Crews (1-1-0), Jinder Mahal (0-2-0)
     
    The Revival beat The B-Team
    Records: Scott Dawson (2-0-0), Dash Wilder (2-0-0), Bo Dallas (0-2-0), Curtis Axel (0-2-0)
     
    Baron Corbin beat EC3
    Records: Baron Corbin (1-1-0), EC3 (1-1-0)
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from Bizzy in WWE Dreams 2K20   
    MONDAY NIGHT RAW (MNR) kicked off the 2020 season of WWE Dreams.
     
    Michael Cole, Corey Graves, and Byron Saxton were the announce team for the show.
     

     
    MNR opened with The Demon making a haunting entrance to the ring. The WWE Dreams Universe was expecting to hear from The Demon for the first time but Seth Rollins had something of his own to say to The Demon:  "Demon, I know you came out here with something to say but I don't want to hear it. Right now, I'm talking to Finn. I'm not giving up on you, buddy. I know you're still in there and I know you can hear me. I have one last fight in me. One last chance to slay The Demon. So, Demon, I am challenging you to one last match. This experience has taught me one thing: in order to face a demon, I have to face my own. That's why this match can't just be any match. I have to send The Demon back to where it came from. I need to send The Demon back to hell. That's why this match has to be Hell in a Cell!" The Demon simply replied, "See you in hell." Michael Cole later confirmed the match will take place at Hell in a Cell.
     
    Corey Graves reminded the WWE Dreams Universe that during the Megashow, The Usos announced they will be cashing in their Tag Team Money in the Bank briefcase against the RAW Tag Team Champions The Hardy Boyz at Hell in a Cell! He says their first encounter, a Ladder Match, stole the show at WrestleMania. He can't imagine the risks the two teams will take inside Hell in a Cell. Byron Saxton then mentioned the Roman Reigns interview when he challenged the new WWE Champion Daniel Bryan to a title match at Hell in a Cell. Tonight, they will sign the contract for the match in the ring.
     

     
    The first match of the show was RAW Tag Team Champion Matt Hardy, accompanied by RAW Tag Team Champion and his brother Jeff Hardy, taking on Jey Uso, who had his brother in his corner as well. Hardy ducked a superkick from Jey and then planted Uce with a Twist of Fate for the victory. Next week, Jeff Hardy and Jimmy Uso will go one-on-one.
     
    Records: Matt Hardy (1-0-0), Jey Uso (0-1-0)
     
    A replay video from the Megashow played showing Drew McIntyre delivering the Claymore to his partner Dolph Ziggler.
     
    Up next was "Talk with Elias" hosted by none other than Elias. After calling the town he was in a sewer, he introduced Dolph Ziggler, followed by Drew McIntyre. The former RAW Tag Team Champions went back and forth with unpleasantries. Drew explained that Dolph was holding him back and warned The Show-off to just leave before things got worse for him.
     

     
    Ziggler responded by telling McIntyre to finish the job. The two stared each other down until Dolph gave a headbutt to Drew. McIntyre went down to a knee but then stared at Dolph like he wanted to kill him.
     

     
    Dolph was then hit from behind by Elias, who helped McIntyre deliver another Claymore to Ziggler. Is there some kind of alliance between Drew McIntyre and Elias?
     
    Meanwhile, Sasha Banks and Bayley were fighting in the women's locker room. This had been brewing since they lost to Becky Lynch in a Triple Threat Match at Clash of Champions for the RAW Women's Championship. Referees and officials caught wind of the brawl and broke it up. Corey Graves eventually revealed that MNR's Executive Director made tonight's main event a Falls Count Anywhere Match between Banks and Bayley.
     
    Miss Money in the Bank Alexa Bliss was interviewed about the fight but only wanted to talk about herself. She said there's not a single woman on the roster that matters besides her because she has the briefcase and is the next RAW Women's Champion.
     

     
    Bliss then took on Mickie James in a match but it was interrupted by "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey!
     

     
    Alexa was frozen with fear. Rousey entered the ring and took Bliss down. She attempted an armbar but Bliss escaped. Rousey grabbed a microphone and asked Alexa if she matters. She said the line forms behind her now because she's not finished with Becky or the RAW Women's Championship.
     
    Records: Alexa Bliss (0-0-1), Mickie James (0-0-1)
     
    Bobby Roode was interviewed backstage and revealed he wants to be known as Robert Roode from now on. He says a new look and name for him will bring a new look and new name to the United States Championship after he beats Rusev tonight. And it will be absolutely glorious.
     

     
    Lucha House Party and The Revival faced off in tag team action next! Both teams need a win to gain momentum in the tag team division. Lince Dorado could never tag in Gran Metalik and eventually fell victim to a Shatter Machine, giving The Revival the win.
     
    Records: Gran Metalik (0-1-0), Lince Dorado (0-1-0), Dash Wilder (1-0-0), Scott Dawson (1-0-0)
     
     Kurt Angle makes his 2020 MNR debut next week! This is Kurt Angle's final season in WWE Dreams.
     

     
    Baron Corbin is in the ring as a replay video shows Braun Strowman shaving Corbin's head during the Megashow. After the video, Corbin says that Braun is lucky he's on SmackDown. The crowd starts a, "Baldy" chant which angers the former RAW General Manager. The crowd's jeers quickly turn into cheers as MNR's newest Superstar EC3 makes his way to the ring.
     

     
    EC3 tells Corbin that people don't boo him because he's bald, they boo him because he sucks. Baron attempted to take a cheap shot at EC3 but EC3 countered and dropped The Lone Wolf with a right hand.
     
    A match between Baron Corbin and EC3 was made with EC3 coming away with the win after a hard-fought battle.
     
    Records: Baron Corbin (0-1-0), EC3 (1-0-0)
     

     
    The contract signing for the WWE Championship match at Hell in a Cell was up next, however, Roman Reigns didn't show up. WWE Champion Daniel Bryan seemed upset but signed the contract anyways. Michael Cole announced the contract signing will be finalized next week on MNR or if Reigns does not show again, he will lose his title opportunity.
     
    RAW Women's Champion Becky Lynch was interviewed before her match and asked for her thoughts on having so many targets on her back. She said it doesn't matter if its Alexa Bliss, Ruby Riott, Asuka, Charlotte Flair, or Ronda Rousey. There's only one Man and she's the champ. She welcomes the fight and tells the other Superstars to get her first before she gets them.
     

     
    Lynch then teamed with Nikki Cross, who returned during the Megashow, to take on The Riott Squad in a tag team match.
     

     
    Cross and Ruby Riott got into it before they go one-on-one at Hell in a Cell but in the end, Becky made Liv Morgan tap to the Dis-Arm-Her.
     
    Records: Becky Lynch (1-0-0), Nikki Cross (1-0-0), Liv Morgan (0-1-0), Sarah Logan (0-1-0)
     
    Bobby Lashley defeated Apollo Crews in a battle between two high-level athletes.
     
    Records: Bobby Lashley (1-0-0), Apollo Crews (0-1-0)
     
    In the only championship match of the show, Rusev successfully defended the United States Championship against Robert Roode.
     
    Records: Robert Roode (0-1-0), Rusev (1-0-0)
     
    The Hell in a Cell pay-per-view is just 2 weeks away. The following are the MNR matches confirmed so far:
     





     
    Next week, Ziggler goes one-on-one with Elias after what transpired earlier tonight.
     

     
    As Sasha Banks made her entrance to the ring for the main event, Bayley dove through the ropes and attacked her. The fight went up the ramp and to the backstage area.
     

     
    Bayley put Banks through a table and Sasha speared Bayley into a wall. They tackled each other into the women's locker room. Sasha backed Bayley into a corner but held back her punches and began shouting, "Don't you understand? I love you!" Sasha walked away and left Bayley looking shocked and confused.
     
    Records: Bayley (0-0-1), Sasha Banks (0-0-1)
     
     
    Main Event
     
    Breezango beat The B-Team
    Records: Fandango (1-0-0), Tyler Breeze (1-0-0), Curtis Axel (0-1-0), Bo Dallas (0-1-0)
     
    Nia Jax & Tamina beat Alicia Fox & Dana Brooke
    Records: Nia Jax (1-0-0), Tamina (1-0-0), Alicia Fox (0-1-0), Dana Brooke (0-1-0)
     
    Shinsuke Nakamura & Titus O'Neil beat Jinder Mahal & Mojo Rawley
    Records: Shinsuke Nakamura (1-0-0), Titus O'Neil (1-0-0), Jinder Mahal (0-1-0), Mojo Rawley (0-1-0)
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from Arius in WWE Dreams 2K19   
    EXCLUSIVE
     

     
    WWE Dreams recently sat down with former Tag Team Champions Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston who were fired a few months ago and asked them for their thoughts on their current situation. In case you don't know, Big E was involved in a backstage incident with Stephanie McMahon and was suspended for his actions. He violated his suspension when he interfered in a match involving Kingston and Woods. Following this, Big E was let go by Mr. McMahon and when Kofi and Xavier refused to work until Big E was re-hired, Mr. McMahon fired them as well. The New Day still showed up the next week and Mr. McMahon revealed that only one of them can have their job back and that he has already spoken with them and told him what he needs to do. Suddenly, Big E attacked his brothers and turned his back on The New Day. Since then, Big E has aligned himself with Triple H, helping him win the Universal Championship while Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston have not been heard from until now. Below is their exclusive interview:
     
    Q: First off, how have you two been since being let go a few months ago?
    Woods: It's been a trying time.
    Kingston: I have a family to take care of and provide for. Lately, I haven't been able to do that.
     
    Q: What was your reaction to Big E breaking up The New Day?
    Kingston: Let me make one thing clear. The New Day isn't broken up. E was a big part for sure but Woods and I are still partners. We're still brothers. This right here will never die.
    Woods: It turned out that Big E's big ego got in the way and he felt like becoming a corporate lap dog was more important than us.
     
    Q: Do you hope to ever step foot in a WWE Dreams ring again?
    Woods: Absolutely. We have unfinished business to take care of and tag team titles to win.
    Kingston: If we do ever come back, Big E better hope he's not standing across the ring from us.
     
     
    WWE Dreams returns for the 2020 season in October.
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from Eric Shun in WWE Dreams 2K19   
    EXCLUSIVE
     

     
    WWE Dreams recently sat down with former Tag Team Champions Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston who were fired a few months ago and asked them for their thoughts on their current situation. In case you don't know, Big E was involved in a backstage incident with Stephanie McMahon and was suspended for his actions. He violated his suspension when he interfered in a match involving Kingston and Woods. Following this, Big E was let go by Mr. McMahon and when Kofi and Xavier refused to work until Big E was re-hired, Mr. McMahon fired them as well. The New Day still showed up the next week and Mr. McMahon revealed that only one of them can have their job back and that he has already spoken with them and told him what he needs to do. Suddenly, Big E attacked his brothers and turned his back on The New Day. Since then, Big E has aligned himself with Triple H, helping him win the Universal Championship while Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston have not been heard from until now. Below is their exclusive interview:
     
    Q: First off, how have you two been since being let go a few months ago?
    Woods: It's been a trying time.
    Kingston: I have a family to take care of and provide for. Lately, I haven't been able to do that.
     
    Q: What was your reaction to Big E breaking up The New Day?
    Kingston: Let me make one thing clear. The New Day isn't broken up. E was a big part for sure but Woods and I are still partners. We're still brothers. This right here will never die.
    Woods: It turned out that Big E's big ego got in the way and he felt like becoming a corporate lap dog was more important than us.
     
    Q: Do you hope to ever step foot in a WWE Dreams ring again?
    Woods: Absolutely. We have unfinished business to take care of and tag team titles to win.
    Kingston: If we do ever come back, Big E better hope he's not standing across the ring from us.
     
     
    WWE Dreams returns for the 2020 season in October.
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    BREAKING NEWS
     

     
    When WWE Dreams returns for the 2020 season, for the first time ever, The Demon (AKA Finn Balor), will speak and address the man he defeated at SummerSlam, Seth Rollins.
     
     
    In case you don't know, Finn Balor and Seth Rollins became a tag team following the Royal Rumble event earlier this year. They called themselves The Burn Unit and won the RAW Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania. Their first challengers were Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy, who was under mind control by Wyatt. Finn became Bray's next target. The Eater of Worlds begged the question, can Balor trust Rollins? That was put to the test when Bray Wyatt attacked Dean Ambrose and cost Roman Reigns the Universal Championship, forcing Seth Rollins to choose between his Shield brothers or his tag team partner. Seth chose the former, leaving Balor the victim of a Sister Abigail from Bray, costing The Burn Unit the RAW Tag Team Titles. This caused friction between Rollins and Balor, but Bray was there for Finn. Wyatt tapped into Balor's demons and brought them out. At Extreme Rules, The Demon teamed with Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy and defeated The Shield. Afterwards, The Demon disappeared and Rollins recaptured the RAW Tag Team Championship from The Deleters of Worlds with Dean Ambrose. During the match, Rollins delivered a Stomp to Matt Hardy which seemed to break Wyatt's control over him. Seth was then tasked to defend the titles by himself as Ambrose's van broke down on his way to the arena. When he finally arrived, the door jammed and he could not get out. Bray Wyatt was outside pouring gasoline all over the van, before lighting it on fire with Dean inside! This obviously distracted Seth and he would go on to lose the titles. Ambrose is still recovering from injuries sustained in the fire. Rollins wanted revenge and made a trip to the Wyatt Family Compound where he found Bray Wyatt. After a grueling battle, Bray revealed that he never had control over Finn Balor. It's The Demon that's in control. Rollins delivered a Stomp to Bray and then burned Wyatt's home down. With no word from The Demon, Seth Rollins attempted to move on with his career as he challenged Samoa Joe for the Universal Championship. However, The Demon resurfaced and cost Seth the match. Rollins challenged The Demon to a match at SummerSlam, vowing to Stomp The Demon out of Finn Balor and save his friend, but Seth failed and was defeated. Now The Demon will break his silence on this whole situation. What will he say and how will Rollins respond?
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    Legendsorigin reacted to Eric Shun in WWE Dreams 2K19   
    Always good to comeback and read this after leaving it for a bit. It should be cool to see what happens in the 2020 season. Hopefully the Balor announcement is a big one. And these shows like the Mega Show are fun to see. Keep us this work legends it is amazing.
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    MEGASHOW
     
     
    The Megashow begins with the entrance of Triple H who won the Universal Championship at SummerSlam. He says that title was the only championship he hadn't won in his career and Kevin Owens tried to take that away from him but he overcame the odds to become the new Universal Champion! He then announces that KO is banned from the arena. Triple H introduces the WWE Dreams Universe to the new Big E who comes out to present the Universal Championship to The Game. But before the title goes around Triple H's waist, The Phenomenal AJ Styles interrupts to apologize to the WWE Dreams Universe. Styles says he's sorry that he lost at SummerSlam, resulting in Triple H becoming the new champ. Triple H says it doesn't matter what the fans or AJ want because he is the Universal Champion and Styles does not get a rematch. AJ Styles says he doesn't want a match with Triple H, he wants one with Big E. That match is made official for tonight's main event.
     
    The Man Becky Lynch who became "Becky 2 Belts" at SummerSlam says she knows what being a double champion means. She knows there are more targets on her back than ever and that's just the way she likes it. She immediately wants her next challengers to step up, so she calls out one RAW and one SMACK!DOWN Superstar. The Riott Squad's music hits as Ruby Riott makes her way to the ring, flanked by Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan. They surround Becky who looks ready to take them all on. Luckily, she doesn't have to alone as Ember Moon runs out to help. Lynch says this is perfect for a 6-Woman Tag Team Match because she ran into someone backstage who is looking for some payback against The Riott Squad. That someone is Nikki Cross! Last season, The Riott Squad cost Cross the NXT Women's Championship, injuring her in the process which kept her out for the 2019 season.
     
    RAW/SMACK!DOWN Women's Champion Becky Lynch, Ember Moon, Nikki Cross beat The Riott Squad. After the match, Ember gazed at the SMACK!DOWN Women's Title before handing it over to Lynch.
     
    Seth Rollins is interviewed about his loss to The Demon at SummerSlam. Rollins says he failed. He promised to save Finn Balor and he couldn't do it. Seth says his friend is in trouble with this entity that Seth doesn't understand. Rollins closes by saying the only way he can face this demon...is to face his own.
     
    Bobby Lashley beat Sami Zayn.
     
    WWE Champion Daniel Bryan makes his entrance to the ring to a standing ovation. He defeated Samoa Joe, Bobby Lashley, and Roman Reigns in a Fatal 4-Way at SummerSlam to win the title he's been after ever since after WrestleMania. In the ring, there are two objects covered up by a black sheet. Bryan talks about his journey to the WWE Championship and reveals the reason he wanted to win the title so badly...is so he can throw it in the trash. Bryan reveals one of the objects is a garbage can. He holds up the WWE Title and drops it in! He begins a long tangent about the environment and how the WWE Dreams Universe is killing the planet. He calls himself "The Planet's Champion" and reveals the second object to be a brand new eco-friendly championship belt.
     
    The new SMACK!DOWN Tag Team Champions Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder are in the ring, set to defend their titles for the first time. The WWE Dreams Universe is shocked to find out that AOP are the challengers.
     
    AOP beat The Action Figures to win the SMACK!DOWN Tag Team Championship.
     
    Ricochet is interviewed backstage and asked what his thoughts are on the cruiserweight division coming to SMACK!DOWN in 2020. Ricochet says he loves the idea of defending his Cruiserweight Championship on the blue brand. However, he also has the responsibility of defending the North American Championship on NXT and he'll be ready to do just that next season. Ricochet is bumped from behind by the new United Kingdom Champion and NXT's newest Superstar Cesaro who is on his way to the ring for his match.
     
    Cesaro beats Tyler Bate.
     
    New RAW Tag Team Champions The Hardy Boyz come to the ring and thank the fans for forgiveness. Their speech is cut short when The Usos come out to join them in the ring. Both teams recall their epic Ladder Match at WrestleMania a couple years ago and The Usos say they want to do it again. This time, they want to raise the bar. At Hell in a Cell, The Usos will cash in their Money in the Bank briefcase against The Hardy Boyz for the RAW Tag Team Championship in a Tag Team Hell in a Cell Match!
     
    Roman Reigns beats Kurt Angle. After the match, Roman calls Daniel Bryan disrespectful.
     
    Ladies and gentleman, Elias. The Drifter says he wrote a song about the 2019 season of WWE Dreams. He plays one note on his guitar before being cut off by free agent EC3! Elias says he has no idea who EC3 is. EC3 drops Elias with the One Percenter and says, "I'm EC3!"
     
    ALI beats Tyler Breeze, Apollo Crews, Jinder Mahal, Mojo Rawley in a Fatal 5-Way Match.
     
    Baron Corbin makes his way to the ring. He says he wants to go into the 2020 season as a champion and calls out any champion to defend their title against him. Intercontinental Champion Braun Strowman answers the call. However, Braun says Corbin needs a new look for the new year and says if he beats him, then Baron has to shave his head bald! Corbin tries to back out but the bell sounds.
     
    Braun Strowman beats Baron Corbin to retain the Intercontinental Championship. After the match, Corbin tries to run away but Braun catches him and personally shaves his head bald!
     
    Lucha House Party beat Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre. After the match, McIntyre delivers a Claymore Kick to Ziggler.
     
    Rey Mysterio is the guest on "Miz TV." The Miz remembers his and Rey's wars years ago and then asks Mysterio what's next for him. Rey says he's just looking for his next challenge. Randy Orton makes his way to the ring. Orton calls Mysterio a Legend. Randy calls himself Legend Killer. All of a sudden, Andrade comes from behind and knocks down Mysterio. Him and Orton begin to beat on Rey until The Miz makes the save.
     
    AJ Styles vs Big E results in a No Contest. Kevin Owens showed up and attacked Triple H at ringside. Big E attempted to stop him but Styles hit him with the Phenomenal Forearm. Mr. McMahon makes a rare appearance and reveals that when KO cashed in Money in the Bank, it not only activated Triple H's wrestling contract, but it also released Triple H of any power in WWE Dreams. He says he has hired two new General Managers for RAW and SMACK!DOWN but for tonight, he's still in charge. Mr. McMahon announces that at Hell in a Cell, Triple H will defend the Universal Championship against Kevin Owens in a Three Stages of Hell Match! Owens will pick a match, Triple H will pick a match, and if its necessary, the third and final match will take place inside Hell in a Cell!
     
     
    And that does it for WWE Dreams 2019! Thank you so much for the support this year and I hope you look forward to 2020 like I do! P.S. Be on the lookout for a few news stories dropping over the next month.
     
    THANK YOU!
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from Eric Shun in WWE Dreams 2K19   
    BREAKING NEWS
     

     
    When WWE Dreams returns for the 2020 season, for the first time ever, The Demon (AKA Finn Balor), will speak and address the man he defeated at SummerSlam, Seth Rollins.
     
     
    In case you don't know, Finn Balor and Seth Rollins became a tag team following the Royal Rumble event earlier this year. They called themselves The Burn Unit and won the RAW Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania. Their first challengers were Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy, who was under mind control by Wyatt. Finn became Bray's next target. The Eater of Worlds begged the question, can Balor trust Rollins? That was put to the test when Bray Wyatt attacked Dean Ambrose and cost Roman Reigns the Universal Championship, forcing Seth Rollins to choose between his Shield brothers or his tag team partner. Seth chose the former, leaving Balor the victim of a Sister Abigail from Bray, costing The Burn Unit the RAW Tag Team Titles. This caused friction between Rollins and Balor, but Bray was there for Finn. Wyatt tapped into Balor's demons and brought them out. At Extreme Rules, The Demon teamed with Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy and defeated The Shield. Afterwards, The Demon disappeared and Rollins recaptured the RAW Tag Team Championship from The Deleters of Worlds with Dean Ambrose. During the match, Rollins delivered a Stomp to Matt Hardy which seemed to break Wyatt's control over him. Seth was then tasked to defend the titles by himself as Ambrose's van broke down on his way to the arena. When he finally arrived, the door jammed and he could not get out. Bray Wyatt was outside pouring gasoline all over the van, before lighting it on fire with Dean inside! This obviously distracted Seth and he would go on to lose the titles. Ambrose is still recovering from injuries sustained in the fire. Rollins wanted revenge and made a trip to the Wyatt Family Compound where he found Bray Wyatt. After a grueling battle, Bray revealed that he never had control over Finn Balor. It's The Demon that's in control. Rollins delivered a Stomp to Bray and then burned Wyatt's home down. With no word from The Demon, Seth Rollins attempted to move on with his career as he challenged Samoa Joe for the Universal Championship. However, The Demon resurfaced and cost Seth the match. Rollins challenged The Demon to a match at SummerSlam, vowing to Stomp The Demon out of Finn Balor and save his friend, but Seth failed and was defeated. Now The Demon will break his silence on this whole situation. What will he say and how will Rollins respond?
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    Event
    The women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match opened the show and featured Alexa Bliss, Mickie James, Ruby Riott, & Nia Jax from RAW and Carmella, Naomi, Charlotte Flair, & Ember Moon from SDL. Ember and Charlotte were fighting at the top of the ladder when Carmella and Naomi pushed them off. Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan then showed up and attacked Naomi and Carmella. This allowed Ruby Riott to climb the ladder but Nia Jax grabbed her and delivered a Samoan Drop. Nia then began the climb and met Mickie at the top. Eventually, they both fell off and the last woman standing was Alexa who ran up the rungs and pulled down the briefcase to win the match.
     
    Seth Rollins is talking to Dean Ambrose in the parking lot. Seth asks if Dean's serious and Ambrose says they're going to be riding in style.
     
    The next time WWE Dreams comes to you will be for the Mae Young Classic. Qualifying matches will begin on RAW and SDL with the Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals, and Finals all taking place on the show. And there is breaking news as its being announced that the winner of the tournament will challenge the Women's Champion at Clash of Champions.
     
    The next match was a Tag Team Match for the RAW Tag Team Championship. Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose make their entrance riding in a dumpy van. The match ended when Rollins stomped Matt Hardy's head into the mat. Rollins and Ambrose are the new RAW Tag Team Champions. After the match, Bray Wyatt seemed to lose the control he had over Matt.
     
    Match three was the Steel Cage Match for the Universal Championship. This is the Backlash rematch between Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe, only Joe is now the champion. Reigns had the match won, setting up for a Superman Punch. Joe positioned himself in front of the cage door and as Roman hit him, Joe fell out of the door and onto the floor. Samoa Joe retains.
     
    Up next was the Tag Team Money in the Bank Ladder Match. It was The Usos versus The New Day versus Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler versus Heath Slater & Rhyno. McIntyre & Ziggler were primed to inflict serious damage on Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods with ladders but Big E broke his suspension and helped his partners out. Heath Slater joined in on the fight. Meanwhile, Rhyno was alone in the ring. He set up a ladder but was hesitant to climb. Jimmy and Jey Uso came out of nowhere and delivered double Superkicks to Rhyno, knocking him off the ladder. The Usos climbed up and took hold of the briefcase.
     
    Match five was for the SDL Women's Championship. Paige, with Absolution, challenged Asuka, who has been champion since December. That reign would continue as Asuka tapped Paige out.
     
    Elias hosted "Talk with Elias" with special guests SDL Tag Team Champions Kurt Angle and Shelton Benjamin. Eventually, Shane McMahon announced he wanted to see a Tag Team Match between Team Angle and Elias with Elias' partner Lars Sullivan. Elias seemed happy to have The Freak on his side, however, it was Sully who was in Elias' corner and Sully refused to fight. Team Angle made quick work of Elias.
     
    The sixth match was the men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match. Bobby Lashley, Daniel Bryan, Baron Corbin, The Miz, Braun Strowman, Kevin Owens, Randy Orton, and ALI left it all on the line to become Mr. Money in the Bank. In the end, it was Kevin Owens holding the briefcase high in the air.
     
    The main event was Jeff Hardy defending the WWE Championship against AJ Styles. This was a back-and-forth contest that saw Styles defeat Hardy to become the new WWE Champion. After the match, Kevin Owens' music hit as he came out to cash in Money in the Bank on AJ. However, he was attacked from behind by Andrade. Styles chased him away and then celebrated with the WWE Championship as the show ends.
     
     
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    Clash of Champions (FKA Night of Champions), has always proven to be one of the most important nights in WWE Dreams. Tonight will be no different.
     
    Event
    Pre-Show
    Before defending his United States Championship, Jinder Mahal serenaded the crowd with his rendition of the national anthem. He was interrupted, thankfully, by Rusev who, after a brutal Machka Kick, defeated Mahal to capture the US Title.
     
    The first match of the main show was for the SDL Women's Championship. Asuka defended against Mae Young Classic winner Ember Moon. These two put on a clinic, but it was Asuka retaining her title after Ember tapped to the Asuka Lock. Is anyone ready for Asuka?
    Next, Lucha House Party challenged Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler for the RAW Tag Team Championship. McIntyre was an absolute monster, dropping Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado with Claymore kicks in order to retain. After the match, McIntyre delivered a third Claymore to Kalisto.
    Sami Zayn defended his Intercontinental Championship against Braun Strowman in match three. While outside the ring, Zayn attempted a Tornado DDT after diving between turnbuckles but Strowman caught him. Braun then climbed onto the apron with Sami on his shoulders and dropped him in the ring. There, Braun hit the Strowman Slam to go on to win his second Intercontinental Title.
    The fourth match was the Universal Championship Match between Samoa Joe and Seth Rollins. Momentum was on Rollins' side as he set up for the Curb Stomp, but as the referee checked on Joe, The Demon came out from underneath the ring and kicked Seth in the head. Joe capitalized with a Uranage on Rollins to win the match.
    AWESOME! The Miz made his way to the ring to host a special "Mizzies" edition of Miz TV. This is the second-annual "Mizzies" award show in which The Miz presents not-so-glamorous awards to WWE Dreams superstars. Miz said this year he had only two awards to give out. The first one went to Roman Reigns for "Most Unearned & Undeserving Title Matches". Reigns came out with a smile on his face and played along. Bobby Lashley crashed the party and said he agreed with The Miz for once. Miz told Lashley he had perfect timing because the last award of the evening goes to him for "Worst Comeback in WWE Dreams History". Miz went on to list Bobby's losses since his return earlier this year. This pissed off "The All-Mighty" and him and Miz began to brawl. After disposing of The Miz, Lashley fell victim to a Superman punch from Roman.
    Up next was more tag team action as Kurt Angle & Shelton Benjamin defended the SDL Tag Team Championship against American Alpha. As expected, this was a fantastic wrestling contest and in the end, Team Angle came out on top.
    Later, Becky Lynch defended the RAW Women's Championship against both Bayley and Sasha Banks in a Triple Threat Match. The bad blood between Banks and Bayley would lead to their downfall as Lynch took advantage and retained her title.
    The main event was for the WWE Championship. Kevin Owens cashed in Money in the Bank to challenge AJ Styles. Triple H appointed himself special guest referee. KO argued with Triple H throughout the match, complaining about slow counts and biased officiating. At one point, Styles yelled at "The Game" to call the match down the middle. Towards the end, Owens nailed the Pop-Up Powerbomb, followed by a Stunner, but when he went for the pin, Triple H kicked him and delivered a Pedigree before placing AJ on top of KO and counting three. After the match, Triple H went to hand Styles the WWE Title but AJ refused it. Styles turned his back on Triple H but was then also dropped by a Pedigree as the show ended.
     
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    Universal Championship Fatal 4-Way
    Samoa Joe(c) vs Daniel Bryan vs Bobby Lashley vs Roman Reigns
     
    Seth Rollins vs The Demon
     
    WWE Championship
    AJ Styles(c) vs Triple H
     
    RAW Tag Team Championship 4-Way Table Elimination
    Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler(c) vs The Hardy Boyz vs The Revival vs Lucha House Party
     
    2/3 Falls
    Rey Mysterio vs Andrade
     
    RAW & SDL Women's Championship Fatal 4-Way
    Becky Lynch(c) vs Asuka(c) vs Charlotte Flair vs Ronda Rousey
     
    Intercontinental Championship
    Braun Strowman(c) vs Big E
     
    No DQ
    Randy Orton vs ALI
     
    SDL Tag Team Championship
    Team Angle(c) vs The Action Figures (Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder)
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from Arius in WWE Dreams 2K19   
    Clash of Champions (FKA Night of Champions), has always proven to be one of the most important nights in WWE Dreams. Tonight will be no different.
     
    Event
    Pre-Show
    Before defending his United States Championship, Jinder Mahal serenaded the crowd with his rendition of the national anthem. He was interrupted, thankfully, by Rusev who, after a brutal Machka Kick, defeated Mahal to capture the US Title.
     
    The first match of the main show was for the SDL Women's Championship. Asuka defended against Mae Young Classic winner Ember Moon. These two put on a clinic, but it was Asuka retaining her title after Ember tapped to the Asuka Lock. Is anyone ready for Asuka?
    Next, Lucha House Party challenged Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler for the RAW Tag Team Championship. McIntyre was an absolute monster, dropping Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado with Claymore kicks in order to retain. After the match, McIntyre delivered a third Claymore to Kalisto.
    Sami Zayn defended his Intercontinental Championship against Braun Strowman in match three. While outside the ring, Zayn attempted a Tornado DDT after diving between turnbuckles but Strowman caught him. Braun then climbed onto the apron with Sami on his shoulders and dropped him in the ring. There, Braun hit the Strowman Slam to go on to win his second Intercontinental Title.
    The fourth match was the Universal Championship Match between Samoa Joe and Seth Rollins. Momentum was on Rollins' side as he set up for the Curb Stomp, but as the referee checked on Joe, The Demon came out from underneath the ring and kicked Seth in the head. Joe capitalized with a Uranage on Rollins to win the match.
    AWESOME! The Miz made his way to the ring to host a special "Mizzies" edition of Miz TV. This is the second-annual "Mizzies" award show in which The Miz presents not-so-glamorous awards to WWE Dreams superstars. Miz said this year he had only two awards to give out. The first one went to Roman Reigns for "Most Unearned & Undeserving Title Matches". Reigns came out with a smile on his face and played along. Bobby Lashley crashed the party and said he agreed with The Miz for once. Miz told Lashley he had perfect timing because the last award of the evening goes to him for "Worst Comeback in WWE Dreams History". Miz went on to list Bobby's losses since his return earlier this year. This pissed off "The All-Mighty" and him and Miz began to brawl. After disposing of The Miz, Lashley fell victim to a Superman punch from Roman.
    Up next was more tag team action as Kurt Angle & Shelton Benjamin defended the SDL Tag Team Championship against American Alpha. As expected, this was a fantastic wrestling contest and in the end, Team Angle came out on top.
    Later, Becky Lynch defended the RAW Women's Championship against both Bayley and Sasha Banks in a Triple Threat Match. The bad blood between Banks and Bayley would lead to their downfall as Lynch took advantage and retained her title.
    The main event was for the WWE Championship. Kevin Owens cashed in Money in the Bank to challenge AJ Styles. Triple H appointed himself special guest referee. KO argued with Triple H throughout the match, complaining about slow counts and biased officiating. At one point, Styles yelled at "The Game" to call the match down the middle. Towards the end, Owens nailed the Pop-Up Powerbomb, followed by a Stunner, but when he went for the pin, Triple H kicked him and delivered a Pedigree before placing AJ on top of KO and counting three. After the match, Triple H went to hand Styles the WWE Title but AJ refused it. Styles turned his back on Triple H but was then also dropped by a Pedigree as the show ended.
     
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from Eric Shun in WWE Dreams 2K19   
    Clash of Champions (FKA Night of Champions), has always proven to be one of the most important nights in WWE Dreams. Tonight will be no different.
     
    Event
    Pre-Show
    Before defending his United States Championship, Jinder Mahal serenaded the crowd with his rendition of the national anthem. He was interrupted, thankfully, by Rusev who, after a brutal Machka Kick, defeated Mahal to capture the US Title.
     
    The first match of the main show was for the SDL Women's Championship. Asuka defended against Mae Young Classic winner Ember Moon. These two put on a clinic, but it was Asuka retaining her title after Ember tapped to the Asuka Lock. Is anyone ready for Asuka?
    Next, Lucha House Party challenged Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler for the RAW Tag Team Championship. McIntyre was an absolute monster, dropping Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado with Claymore kicks in order to retain. After the match, McIntyre delivered a third Claymore to Kalisto.
    Sami Zayn defended his Intercontinental Championship against Braun Strowman in match three. While outside the ring, Zayn attempted a Tornado DDT after diving between turnbuckles but Strowman caught him. Braun then climbed onto the apron with Sami on his shoulders and dropped him in the ring. There, Braun hit the Strowman Slam to go on to win his second Intercontinental Title.
    The fourth match was the Universal Championship Match between Samoa Joe and Seth Rollins. Momentum was on Rollins' side as he set up for the Curb Stomp, but as the referee checked on Joe, The Demon came out from underneath the ring and kicked Seth in the head. Joe capitalized with a Uranage on Rollins to win the match.
    AWESOME! The Miz made his way to the ring to host a special "Mizzies" edition of Miz TV. This is the second-annual "Mizzies" award show in which The Miz presents not-so-glamorous awards to WWE Dreams superstars. Miz said this year he had only two awards to give out. The first one went to Roman Reigns for "Most Unearned & Undeserving Title Matches". Reigns came out with a smile on his face and played along. Bobby Lashley crashed the party and said he agreed with The Miz for once. Miz told Lashley he had perfect timing because the last award of the evening goes to him for "Worst Comeback in WWE Dreams History". Miz went on to list Bobby's losses since his return earlier this year. This pissed off "The All-Mighty" and him and Miz began to brawl. After disposing of The Miz, Lashley fell victim to a Superman punch from Roman.
    Up next was more tag team action as Kurt Angle & Shelton Benjamin defended the SDL Tag Team Championship against American Alpha. As expected, this was a fantastic wrestling contest and in the end, Team Angle came out on top.
    Later, Becky Lynch defended the RAW Women's Championship against both Bayley and Sasha Banks in a Triple Threat Match. The bad blood between Banks and Bayley would lead to their downfall as Lynch took advantage and retained her title.
    The main event was for the WWE Championship. Kevin Owens cashed in Money in the Bank to challenge AJ Styles. Triple H appointed himself special guest referee. KO argued with Triple H throughout the match, complaining about slow counts and biased officiating. At one point, Styles yelled at "The Game" to call the match down the middle. Towards the end, Owens nailed the Pop-Up Powerbomb, followed by a Stunner, but when he went for the pin, Triple H kicked him and delivered a Pedigree before placing AJ on top of KO and counting three. After the match, Triple H went to hand Styles the WWE Title but AJ refused it. Styles turned his back on Triple H but was then also dropped by a Pedigree as the show ended.
     
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    Legendsorigin got a reaction from Arius in WWE Dreams 2K19   
    Welcome to the inaugural Mae Young Classic tournament! 8 women will compete in a series of matches with the winner earning a championship match at Clash of Champions. Before we get to the brackets, lets take a look at the qualifying matches that took place on RAW and SDL:
     
    QUALIFYING ROUND
    RAW
    Bayley beat Dana Brooke Mickie James beat Maryse Sasha Banks beat Alicia Fox Liv Morgan beat Nia Jax  
    SDL
    Ember Moon beat Sonya Deville Natalya beat Paige Carmella beat Mandy Rose Charlotte Flair beat Naomi  
     
    QUARTER-FINALS
    RAW
    Bayley vs Liv Morgan

    Sasha Banks vs Mickie James

     
    SDL
    Ember Moon vs Natalya

    Charlotte Flair vs Carmella

     
     
    SEMI-FINALS
    RAW
    Bayley vs Sasha Banks

     
    SDL
    Ember Moon vs Charlotte Flair

     
     
    FINALS
    RAW vs SDL
    Bayley vs Ember Moon

     
     


     
     
    Stay tuned for the fallout of Money in the Bank and the final card for Clash of Champions where every championship from RAW and SDL will be defended!
     
  20. Like
    Legendsorigin got a reaction from Arius in WWE Dreams 2K19   
    Event
    The women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match opened the show and featured Alexa Bliss, Mickie James, Ruby Riott, & Nia Jax from RAW and Carmella, Naomi, Charlotte Flair, & Ember Moon from SDL. Ember and Charlotte were fighting at the top of the ladder when Carmella and Naomi pushed them off. Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan then showed up and attacked Naomi and Carmella. This allowed Ruby Riott to climb the ladder but Nia Jax grabbed her and delivered a Samoan Drop. Nia then began the climb and met Mickie at the top. Eventually, they both fell off and the last woman standing was Alexa who ran up the rungs and pulled down the briefcase to win the match.
     
    Seth Rollins is talking to Dean Ambrose in the parking lot. Seth asks if Dean's serious and Ambrose says they're going to be riding in style.
     
    The next time WWE Dreams comes to you will be for the Mae Young Classic. Qualifying matches will begin on RAW and SDL with the Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals, and Finals all taking place on the show. And there is breaking news as its being announced that the winner of the tournament will challenge the Women's Champion at Clash of Champions.
     
    The next match was a Tag Team Match for the RAW Tag Team Championship. Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose make their entrance riding in a dumpy van. The match ended when Rollins stomped Matt Hardy's head into the mat. Rollins and Ambrose are the new RAW Tag Team Champions. After the match, Bray Wyatt seemed to lose the control he had over Matt.
     
    Match three was the Steel Cage Match for the Universal Championship. This is the Backlash rematch between Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe, only Joe is now the champion. Reigns had the match won, setting up for a Superman Punch. Joe positioned himself in front of the cage door and as Roman hit him, Joe fell out of the door and onto the floor. Samoa Joe retains.
     
    Up next was the Tag Team Money in the Bank Ladder Match. It was The Usos versus The New Day versus Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler versus Heath Slater & Rhyno. McIntyre & Ziggler were primed to inflict serious damage on Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods with ladders but Big E broke his suspension and helped his partners out. Heath Slater joined in on the fight. Meanwhile, Rhyno was alone in the ring. He set up a ladder but was hesitant to climb. Jimmy and Jey Uso came out of nowhere and delivered double Superkicks to Rhyno, knocking him off the ladder. The Usos climbed up and took hold of the briefcase.
     
    Match five was for the SDL Women's Championship. Paige, with Absolution, challenged Asuka, who has been champion since December. That reign would continue as Asuka tapped Paige out.
     
    Elias hosted "Talk with Elias" with special guests SDL Tag Team Champions Kurt Angle and Shelton Benjamin. Eventually, Shane McMahon announced he wanted to see a Tag Team Match between Team Angle and Elias with Elias' partner Lars Sullivan. Elias seemed happy to have The Freak on his side, however, it was Sully who was in Elias' corner and Sully refused to fight. Team Angle made quick work of Elias.
     
    The sixth match was the men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match. Bobby Lashley, Daniel Bryan, Baron Corbin, The Miz, Braun Strowman, Kevin Owens, Randy Orton, and ALI left it all on the line to become Mr. Money in the Bank. In the end, it was Kevin Owens holding the briefcase high in the air.
     
    The main event was Jeff Hardy defending the WWE Championship against AJ Styles. This was a back-and-forth contest that saw Styles defeat Hardy to become the new WWE Champion. After the match, Kevin Owens' music hit as he came out to cash in Money in the Bank on AJ. However, he was attacked from behind by Andrade. Styles chased him away and then celebrated with the WWE Championship as the show ends.
     
     
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    Event
    The opening match was the Finals of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic for the vacated NXT Tag Team Championship. The Undisputed Era vowed to be draped in gold by the end of the show but SAnitY defeated Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly to win the trophy and NXT Tag Team Championship, causing a shock to the system.
     
    The next match was between Dakota Kai and Lacey Evans. For weeks, Lacey interrupted Dakota's matches on NXT by walking down the ramp, waving, and then leaving. Dakota finally had enough and challenged Lacey to a match. After missing a Kaio Kick in the corner, Dakota fell victim to a Woman's Right from Evans.
     
    Match three was for the Cruiserweight Championship. Ricochet defended against Undisputed Era member Roderick Strong. In a high-flying, back-breaking contest, Ricochet put Strong away with the 630 to retain his title.
     
    The fourth match was Shayna Baszler defending the NXT Women's Championship against Kairi Sane. Shayna proved to be a dominant champion by forcing Kairi to tap out.
     
    0-2 thus far, Undisputed Era's Adam Cole stepped up to the plate in match five against Velveteen Dream and EC3 in a Triple Threat Match for the North American Championship. After taking EC3 out with the Last Shot, Cole delivered a Shining Wizard to Dream to win the match and bring the North American Championship to The Undisputed Era.
     
    Match six was for the NXT Championship. Andrade returns to NXT to defend his title against Aleister Black. After his personal life and marriage with Zelina Vega were put on display, Black returned to true form and took the fight to the champ. At one point in the match, Black dove out of the ring to attack Andrade but the NXT Champion pulled Vega in front of him and Aleister barely avoided hitting her, resulting in him hitting his neck on the edge of the ring. Aleister was able to recover, however, and connect with Blxck Mass to win the NXT Championship.
     
    The main event saw Johnny Gargano take on Tommaso Ciampa in a No Holds Barred Match. It all started at TakeOver last summer when Ciampa attacked Gargano after they just lost the NXT Tag Team Championship. Gargano revealed that Ciampa has a gambling addiction and lost a large amount of money that night. This kickstarted what Ciampa calls, "the greatest con in WWE Dreams history." Ciampa said he quits NXT until Gargano forgives him. Month after month, there seemed to be a guardian angel wearing a mask following Gargano around and protecting him. After it was revealed to be Ciampa, Gargano eventually forgave him and #DIY reunited to challenge AOP in a rematch for the NXT Tag Team Championship at TakeOver: Mania. #DIY were victorious and as they celebrated, Ciampa once again turned on Gargano and completed the con. Gargano returned months later and challenged Ciampa to this match tonight. As Tommaso made his entrance to the ring, Gargano dove through the ropes, crashing into Ciampa. They fought through the crowd, eventually making it back to ringside. Gargano introduced a ladder, tables, and a kendo stick into the match. One spot saw Ciampa push a ladder that Gargano was on, causing him to fall to the outside through a table. A "holy $h!t" chant broke out after Gargano ran up a ladder leaned on the ropes and splashed onto Ciampa through a table on the outside! Both men wore crimson masks but the end was in sight. After performing one-half of Meeting in the Middle and superkicking Ciampa, Gargano applied the Garga-No-Escape. He didn't stop there, though, as he grabbed the kendo stick and used it to pull Ciampa's neck back, causing him to tap. Candice LeRae came to the ring and embraced her husband as the show comes to an end.
     
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    *These matches were the most fun I've had playing this game and that main event is probably the best match I've ever had.
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    Universal Championship
    Steel Cage Match
    Samoa Joe (c) vs Roman Reigns
    After Extreme Rules, Roman Reigns made it clear that his intention was to reclaim the Universal Championship. A Fatal 5-Way Elimination Match took place on Monday Night RAW to determine Samoa Joe's next challenger. The Miz was eliminated first via a Spear from Reigns. Daniel Bryan was then eliminated by Baron Corbin and Bobby Lashley. Reigns Superman punched Lashley to eliminate him and hit another Spear on Corbin to win the match. Roman Reigns will challenge Samoa Joe in a rematch for the Universal Championship. To ensure no one interferes this time, Shane McMahon announced the title match will take place inside a steel cage.
     
    WWE Championship
    Jeff Hardy (c) vs AJ Styles
    With Rey Mysterio sidelined with a knee injury and Andrade defending the NXT Championship at TakeOver: Money, that left AJ Styles as the #1 contender for Jeff Hardy's WWE Championship.
     
    Men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match
    Bobby Lashley vs Braun Strowman vs Daniel Bryan vs Kevin Owens vs Baron Corbin vs Randy Orton vs The Miz vs ALI
    The four RAW Superstars who did not win the Fatal 5-Way Elimination Match were put in the men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match. On SDL, Braun Strowman was named #1 contender to Sami Zayn's Intercontinental Championship but their title match will take place at Clash of Champions. Therefore, Strowman entered the men's MITB Ladder Match. Randy Orton and ALI will continue their feud in this match as well. Kevin Owens is the only Superstar who needed to qualify. After Extreme Rules, KO wanted a shot at the WWE Championship but Triple H was tired of handing Owens opportunities. Triple H told Kevin if he wanted to be in the men's MITB Ladder Match, he would need to qualify by defeating Sheamus. Owens won the match via a Stunner much to the dismay of The Game. Which Superstar will become Mr. Money in the Bank and be able to cash in on any champion they want anytime they want?
     
    Women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match
    Alexa Bliss vs Carmella vs Mickie James vs Naomi vs Ruby Riott vs Charlotte Flair vs Nia Jax vs Ember Moon
    There have been two Miss Money in the Bank winners in WWE Dreams history and both successfully cashed in to win the Women's Championship. Who will grab the briefcase this year and will the outcome be the same?
     
    Tag Team Money in the Bank Ladder Match
    The Usos vs The New Day vs Dolph Ziggler/Drew McIntyre vs Heath Slater/Rhyno
    The Tag Team Money in the Bank Ladder Match returns featuring four top teams in WWE Dreams. The Usos defeated The Revival to qualify, McIntyre & Ziggler defeated Lucha House Party to qualify, Slater & Rhyno defeated The Ascension to qualify, and The New Day defeated The Bludgeon Brothers to qualify. Big E is serving a suspension for spilling syrup on Stephanie McMahon so it will be Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods competing.
     
    RAW Tag Team Championship
    The Deleters of Worlds (c) vs Seth Rollins/Dean Ambrose
    After The Demon disappeared after Extreme Rules, Seth Rollins set his sights on taking back the RAW Tag Team Championship. With Roman Reigns going after the Universal Championship, Rollins looked towards Dean Ambrose who said he had nothing better to do and agreed to continue to team with Seth and challenge Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy.
     
    SDL Women's Championship
    Asuka (c) vs Paige
    Asuka returns to pay-per-view to defend the SDL Women's Championship against Paige. With Absolution in Paige's corner, is there any way Asuka leaves Money in the Bank with the title?
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    Here is the fallout from Money in the Bank and the events leading up to Clash of Champions:
     
    "Miss Money in the Bank" Alexa Bliss hosted "A Moment of Bliss" with special guests Bayley and Sasha Banks. After rubbing it in that she has a guaranteed title match whenever she wants, Alexa asked her guests who they thought deserved a title match more between them. Bayley believed she did because she defeated Sasha in the Mae Young Classic. Sasha quickly reminded Bayley that she lost in the Finals to Ember Moon. Stephanie McMahon announced a match between Bayley and Banks with the winner moving on to Clash of Champions to challenge "The Man" Becky Lynch for the RAW Women's Championship. That match ended in a draw which brought out Lynch who suggested she defend her title against both Bayley and Sasha in a Triple Threat Match.  
    Roman Reigns was interviewed about his loss at Money in the Bank to Samoa Joe. Bobby Lashley laughed at Roman and the two engaged in a backstage brawl.  
    On the RAW after Money in the Bank, Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler challenged Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose for the RAW Tag Team Championship. Ambrose drove the van him and Rollins made their entrance in at Money in the Bank to the arena but it broke down on the way. This forced Rollins to defend the titles in a Handicap Match. During the bout, Ambrose finally arrived in the parking lot but couldn't get the door open. Bray Wyatt could be seen circling the van. After dousing the van in gasoline, Bray threw a lit match at the van, lighting it on fire with Dean inside! Ziggler & McIntyre took advantage of a distracted Seth and won the match and the RAW Tag Team Titles. No update was given on Ambrose's condition but Rollins promised to exact revenge on Bray by showing up at the Wyatt Family Compound. There, Rollins stomped Bray's head and said Matt Hardy and Finn Balor are finally free from his control. Bray revealed that he never had control over Balor. The Demon has the control. Seth said he believes Wyatt but he's still going to burn it down and proceeded to burn Bray's house to the ground.  
    Daniel Bryan came out on RAW and challenged Samoa Joe for the Universal Championship at Clash of Champions. However, Joe attacked Bryan and injured him. The following week, Joe asked who else is stupid enough to challenge him. Seth Rollins returned to RAW and said if The Demon isn't going to show his face, Seth is going to move on until he does and that means beating Samoa Joe and becoming Universal Champion at Clash of Champions.  
    Lucha House Party defeated Breezango, The B-Team, and The Revival in a Fatal 4-Way Match to earn a RAW Tag Team Championship Match at Clash of Champions. As for the SDL Tag Team Titles, American Alpha stepped up and challenged Team Angle in a dream match come true.  
    The Elias/Sully/Lars Sullivan saga continued as Sully offered to become Elias' manager. Elias agreed and picked up a few victories with Sully on his side.  
    The Tag Team Money in the Bank winners The Usos warned everyone now that they have the Money in the Bank briefcase, the hairs standing up on the back of their necks isn't paranoia, it's The Usos!  
    Rusev was named #1 contender for Jinder Mahal's United States Championships. As a reminder, Braun Strowman will challenge Sami Zayn for the Intercontinental Title at Clash of Champions.  
    On the SDL after Money in the Bank, Andrade was given a shot at AJ Styles' WWE Championship but lost. After the match, Kevin Owens attempted to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase but the referee was nowhere to be found. The following week, Triple H apologized to Kevin, saying he had to have an emergency meeting with the officials. KO said Triple H is doing everything in his power to prevent Owens from cashing in so he decides to announce his cash-in ahead of time so Triple H can't do anything about it. Triple H says KO is right: there is nothing he can do. So at Clash of Champions, Kevin Owens will cash in Money in the Bank and challenge AJ Styles for the WWE Championship.  
    Mr. McMahon made a surprise appearance on SDL to address Big E violating his suspension. After careful consideration, Mr. McMahon fired Big E! This brought out fellow New Day members Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods who begged Mr. McMahon to change his mind. Instead, he fired them as well! The following week, The New Day showed up on SDL to get their jobs back. Mr. McMahon had them removed from the arena. They showed up again the following week and Mr. McMahon revealed that only one of them can have their job back and that he already spoke to them and said they know what they have to do. All of a sudden, Big E attacked Woods and Kingston. The New Day is over!  
     
    CLASH OF CHAMPIONS
     
    Universal Championship Match
    Samoa Joe(c) vs Seth Rollins
     
    United States Championship Match
    Jinder Mahal(c) w/The Singh Brothers vs Rusev w/Lana
     
    Intercontinental Championship Match
    Sami Zayn(c) vs Braun Strowman
     
    RAW Tag Team Championship Match
    Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre(c) vs Lucha House Party
     
     
     
    SDL Tag Team Championship Match
    Team Angle(c) vs American Alpha
     
     
     
    SDL Women's Championship Match
    Asuka(c) vs Ember Moon
     
     
    RAW Women's Championship Match
    Becky Lynch(c) vs Sasha Banks vs Bayley
     
    WWE Championship Match
    Special Referee: Triple H
    AJ Styles(c) vs Kevin Owens
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    Really great show legends, probably your best this season so far! Loved the finishes to all the matches especially the Almas and Dream match as well as Dunne vs Black. Loved the gang mentality of the Undisputed Era in the way they laid out Kalisto backstage. Keep up the good work legends and keep the episodes coming 
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    Here is part 1 of 2 updates on NXT and the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic:
     
    The War Raiders defeated AOP to advance. The Undisputed Era (Fish & O'Reilly) defeated The Street Profits to advance. Ricochet & Aleister Black defeated Moustache Mountain to advance. SAnitY (Young & Wolfe) defeated Heavy Machinery to advance. The War Raiders will face The Undisputed Era in Round 2. Ricochet & Aleister Black will face SAnitY in Round 2. A Triple Threat Match for the North American Title was announced for TakeOver: Money between EC3, Velveteen Dream, and Adam Cole. Ricochet will defend the Cruiserweight Title against Roderick Strong at TakeOver: Money. Kairi Sane defeated Bianca Belair to earn an NXT Women's Title opportunity against Shayna Baszler at TakeOver: Money.  
    Stay tuned for part 2 to find out which teams will compete in the finals for the NXT Tag Team Titles and for an update on Tommaso Ciampa and Johnny Gargano.

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