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  1. Sheridan

    Evolution | Paige

    Evolution #09 Week 1, October 2018 New England, USA 442, 060 viewers Show rating: 62 Highlighted Match - Charlotte Flair vs. Nia Jax I 62 vs. Arguably two of the largest women on the WWE Evolution roster, this match was a fierce competition, with Charlotte Flair quickly descending from attempting to wrestle with Nia to flat out wanting to brawl with the Samoan. It was as if these two women knew they were fighting for something more than a win, the chance to establish themselves at the top of the lightweight division. Nia Jax after attacking Ronda Rousey last week was motivated to defeat Charlotte Flair, a woman similar in stature to the "Baddest Woman on the Planet" in terms of mainstream popularity. The momentum of the bout changed when Charlotte was able to catch her opposition with a running big boot, however she only managed to keep Jax down for the two count. As Nia Jax began to regain momentum against her blonde opponent, the match ended by disqualification in favour of the large Samoan when the aforementioned Ronda Rousey ran down to ringside, slid beneath the bottom rope and took Nia down with an efficient spear, ending the bout at 12:25 with Charlotte casually rolling out of the ring to let Ronda deal with Nia Jax. Highlighted Segment - Natalya demands a Championship match against Becky Lynch I 66 Natalya Neidhart somewhat surprisingly opened the WWE Evolution show, calling General Manager Paige down to the ring. Once the British retired wrestler acceded to Natalya's request, the Canadian fighter revealed that she wasn't entirely happy with how her match with Becky Lynch ended two weeks ago and if she was given another chance, she would defeat the Irishwoman. This brought an obnoxious Becky Lynch out to the ring to put down Natalya's request, stating she beat the blonde wrestler fair and square and that if she can't accept that, then that isn't on her. Natalya argued that if Becky Lynch put her Women's Championship on the line tonight then she would easily dispose of the cocky champion. Paige interjected, telling Natalya she couldn't just hand out championship opportunities and even if she could, Asuka was already pencilled in for a bout with "The Man" at Evolution: Kissed by Fire. Asuka interrupted the proceedings in the ring, telling Paige that if she and Natalya could beat Becky Lynch and a partner of her choosing in a tag team bout tonight then she wouldn't mind Natalya having a rematch with Lynch, this time with the belt on the line. Evolution #10 Week 2, October 2018 Tri State, USA 449, 390 viewers Show rating: 60 Highlighted Match - Becky Lynch vs. Natalya - Women's Championship I 73 vs. After successfully disposing of a makeshift team of Becky Lynch and Ruby Riott alongside Asuka last week, Natalya was motivated to defeat the current Women's Champion at the second time of asking. This would be Becky Lynch's first defence of the Women's Championship, having won it at Evolution: Coronation against Charlotte Flair. Unsurprisingly, their match was a lot more open than their first encounter. Natalya having a firm feel of how Becky Lynch wrestled and with a Championship on the line such made sense. Becky too had Natalya scouted, twice transitioning a sharpshooter attempt into a fujiwara armbar. Natalya towards the end was able to hit a discus clothesline which put the Irishwoman down for a two count, however it would be Becky Lynch who would finish the close bout at 15:36 when she successfully once again countered the Canadian submission specialist, only this time turning her sharpshooter attempted into an inverted figure-four leglock, pulling such out in the middle of the ring leaving Natalya no choice but to tap out. Highlighted Segment - Charlotte Flair destroys Alicia Fox and Mickie James as Alexa Bliss is conflicted at ringside I 62 Ranting about the successful history of Charlotte Flair the week prior, Alexa verbally displaced the "Genetically Superior" woman to the Evolution Universe. So it was perhaps not so much surprising when the athletic wrestler interrupted Bliss' overseeing position of her friends, Alicia Fox and Mickie James, match against the quirky duo of Candice LeRae and Dana Brooke. Keeping her composure, "The Queen" was in fine form on the evening, first distracting Alicia Fox long enough for Candice LeRae to capitalise and roll the woman up, but then running into the ring and taking out Mickie James seconds after the referee called for the bell to declare Candice and Dana the victors. Powerless at ringside due to Charlotte's ring awareness and dominance, Bliss was forced to watch as Charlotte Flair took advantage of her friends, who were tired after their loss. She ran through Alicia Fox with a spear, fired stiff forearms into Mickie James and then taunted Alexa Bliss.
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    Evolution | Paige

    Evolution #07 Week 3, September 2018 South East, USA 442, 880 viewers Show rating: 65 Highlighted Match - Asuka vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Nia Jax vs. Ronda Rousey I 69 vs. vs. vs. Having decided that positioning the first challenger to Becky Lynch's championship reign was no easy task, Paige set up a blockbuster fatal four-way match to determine who would earn the right to challenge the Irishwoman for the most prestigious prize in WWE Evolution, the Women's Championship. Charlotte Flair aside each of these women had won their match at Evolution: Coronation so were the correct people to place into this hard-hitting bout. Potential dream bouts were teased during the match, Charlotte Flair and Asuka respectively getting the opportunity to grapple with Olympic medal winner Ronda Rousey, whilst Nia Jax was not shy on asserting her dominance through her sheer size over the much smaller, albeit more technically proficient women in the match. Asuka would be the woman to win through pinfall, Ronda Rousey and Nia Jax tangled before the former clotheslined herself and the latter over the top rope, leaving the Japanese woman alone in the ring with Charlotte Flair. One spin kick later, she draped herself into the cover to become the number one contender at the 17:47 mark. Highlighted Segment - Asuka introduces Naomi to Kairi Sane I 53 Having argued her way into a number one contendership match for the main event of the night, Asuka felt it would be dishonourable to leave her tag team partner at Evolution: Coronation, Naomi, without a partner. Introducing Kairi Sane, a woman who has already picked up a victory over current Women's Champion Becky Lynch on WWE Evolution, Asuka put over the young Japanese competitor, explaining to Naomi how courageous and ambitious the woman was. Although Naomi was visibly uncomfortable with Asuka seemingly passing off a new tag team partner to her whilst she went on to bigger things potentially, she was fine with the idea once the Women's Tag Team Championships were brought up. Welcoming Kairi, Naomi wished Asuka luck in the main event tonight and stated she would seek out Paige and see if she and Kairi could have a match next week. Evolution #08 Week 4, September 2018 Mid West, USA 389, 550 viewers Show rating: 56 Highlighted Match - Asuka vs. Billie Kay I 61 vs. After Paige officially made the match for Asuka to face off against Becky Lynch at Evolution: Kissed by Fire, she placed the former in what can only be described as an exhibition match against Billie Kay of the IIconics. Looking not only to make a name for herself, but to improve her and Peyton Royce's standings in the promotion by having a good showing against "The Empress of Tomorrow" it was fair to say the Australian wrestler was motivated in her attacks. Rooted on by her tag team partner who was at ringside Billie Kay took the fight to Asuka. Becky Lynch was watching on backstage as her next challenger fought with the ravenette. In the end the match never really reached a point where Billie Kay looked like she had a chance, with Asuka being able to lock in her crossface chickenwing submission finisher at 10:39 to submit her opponent, showing her dominance as well as displaying her skills which could decisively beat Becky Lynch in just five short weeks. Highlighted Segment - The Riott Squad celebrate their Women's Tag Team Championships victory I 45 Throwing a celebration in the ring shortly following their dominant win against the duo of Candice LeRae and Dana Brooke, Liv Morgan, Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan hoisted their Women's Tag Team Championships into the air for the the audience to see. Boasting about their victory over The Boss and Hug Connection who were arguably the favourites to win at Evolution: Coronation, Ruby made a point to say how The Riott Squad should never be underestimated, and that in twenty years from now her and her two best friends would be remembered as the first ever Women's Tag Team Champions. Pointing out that the tag team division in WWE Evolution was somewhat scarce, Liv Morgan ran through The IIconics, Kairi Sane and Naomi and even Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville, saying that none of those teams held a touch to the Riott Squad, and that she, Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan were planning on being champions for a very, very long time.
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    Evolution | Paige

    Evolution: Coronation Week 2, September 2018 South East, USA 423, 890 viewers Show rating: 68 Highlighted Match #01 - Alexa Bliss vs. Ronda Rousey I 58 vs. A rematch from the inaugural televised Evolution show, the differences were that not only was their rivalry more built up after Alexa Bliss and Mickie James attacked Ronda Rousey backstage, preventing her from earning the opportunity to compete for the Women's Championship, but that the ring was surrounded with a steel cage with the only way to win being through pinfall or submission. Bliss initially attacked Rousey in hopes of replacing her in the qualification match of that evening, however looking across at the former mixed martial arts fighter, and realising being locked in a cage was not her speciality but in fact her opponents, she was probably regretting that decision as of now. Relying on counter-intuitive moves, Alexa lasted far longer than anybody could have predicted, however Rousey was quick to take control of the match using her grappling skills to really grind down her blonde opposition. The match ended in similar time to their previous singles battle, with Ronda Rousey locking in armbar submission at 16:05 and Alexa Bliss tapping to give "The Baddest Woman on the Planet" the submission victory. Highlighted Match #02 - The Boss and Hug Connection vs. The Riott Squad - Women's Tag Team Championships I 60 & vs. & One further rivalry which had transitioned over to WWE Evolution was the one of Bayley and Sasha Banks, and their seemingly forever going feud with the Riott Squad. However General Manager Paige has assertively stated that this feud ends tonight, with the historic honour of becoming the promotion's first ever Women's Tag Team Champions on the line. Although the latter of the two teams seemed unsure as to which variation to go into battle with, it was settled on that Sarah Logan would remain at ringside as Liv and Ruby Riott took on The Boss and Hug Connection. Due to the rich length of their bitter rivalry this bout was much more fast paced than the matches which had taken place before it, Sasha Banks and Ruby Riott taking it upon themselves to one-up each other and take the bout to higher and higher levels of competitiveness. Sarah Logan was eventually ejected from ring side, distracting the referee for crucial seconds as Bayley was hitting her belly to belly suplex to make sure that her friends still had a fighting chance. At the end of the bout, it seemed to make a mark, Ruby Riott catching Sasha Banks with a wind-up overhead kick to seal the win, and the Women's Tag Team Championships, for the Riott Squad some 14:55 minutes into the high-octane match. Highlighted Match #03 - Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair - Women's Championship I 73 vs. With a bloodthirsty betrayal and the chance to become the first ever Evolution Women's Championship all mixing into this No Disqualification bout, it would be safe to bet that neither Becky Lynch or Charlotte Flair would exit this match the same woman that they were walking into it. Becky showed her ruthless streak early on into the match seemingly coaxing Charlotte into ignoring the No Disqualification rule, convincing her to leave their wrestling into the ring, before hitting the blonde severely against an exposed turnbuckle she exposed before the match had began and then stomping her lifeless in the corner. She then rolled out of the ring, searching under the ring for a steel chair, rolling back in and setting it up in the opposing turnbuckles to where Charlotte had been laying. However, it was "The Queen" who would be playing possum this time, as Becky attempted to whip her former friend into the corner she reversed her move, sending the redhead crashing into the steel chair. The match drew to an incredibly open bout, seemingly building suspense for a big finish which arrived in the form of Becky Lynch putting Charlotte Flair through the Evolution announce table with an exploder suplex. She then rolled the woman into the ring, drawing her up for another exploder suplex which she hit effortlessly, finishing the match and winning the championship at the 21:09 mark.
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    Evolution | Paige

    Quick Picks for Evolution: Coronation Week 2, September 2018 Ember Moon vs. Nia Jax Comments: Asuka and Naomi vs. The IIconics Comments: - Cage Match Alexa Bliss vs. Ronda Rousey Comments: - Women's Tag Team Championships The Boss and Hug Connection vs. The Riott Squad Comments: - Women's Championship, No Disqualification Match Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair Comments:
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    Evolution | Paige

    Evolution #06 Week 2, September 2018 Mid South, USA 283, 400 viewers Show rating: 64 Highlighted Match - Becky Lynch, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville vs. Charlotte Flair, Kairi Sane and Natalya I 69 , & vs. , & The main event of the final episode before Evolution: Coronation saw two interesting trios team up, with the ruthless rivalry between Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch take centre stage. The week prior, debutante Kairi Sane was able to gain a victory over Women's Championship contender Becky Lynch due to interference from Charlotte Flair, so "The Lass kicker" was out seeking revenge and that she did. With Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville tiring down "The Queen" smartly using their tag team experience, they were eventually taken out by Natalya, who surprisingly acted as a powerhouse competitor in this match. However, the match came to a close when Becky Lynch found herself in the ring with Kairi Sane. Both women fairly fresh, the Irishwoman was able to gain control somewhat quickly, submitting the Japanese wrestler with her fujiwara armbar submission finisher at the 15:18 mark. Highlighted Segment - Charlotte Flair speaks on Becky Lynch, reveals changes made to their main event bout I 71 After tasting betrayal at the hands of her upcoming opponent at Evolution: Coronation, Charlotte Flair was somewhat emotional whilst addressing the crowd about her best friend turned arch-rival, Becky Lynch. Speaking about their troubles since the inauguration of WWE Evolution she addressed Becky attacking her after their tag team match two weeks ago. Stating that most women wouldn't be strong enough to compete with the Irishwoman, Charlotte stated she was not like most women, which is why she cost "Becky Balboa" her match against Kairi Sane last week, a woman she would be teaming with in the main event of the show. Charlotte also revealed that the Women's Championship match at Evolution: Coronation would now be a No Disqualification match, that she went to Paige the week before and requested the change, something Paige agreed to because Becky Lynch almost cost the General Manager her main event by attacking Charlotte.
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    Evolution | Paige

    Evolution #05 Week 1, September 2018 Tri State, USA 282, 410 viewers Show rating: 60 Highlighted Match - Becky Lynch vs. Kairi Sane I 60 vs. The introduction of Dakota Kai and Kairi Sane to the WWE Evolution roster, two talented individuals in their own right, was bound to stir up the upper hierarchy and this match was a fine example of that. Although Ronda Rousey, who will be facing Alexa Bliss at Evolution: Coronation was able to fairly easily topple the New Zealand wrestler earlier in the night, Kairi provided quite the test for Becky Lynch just two weeks out from Evolution's inaugural Pay Per View event. An open bout, swaying slightly towards the Irishwoman, made for a great main event although Lynch was eventually able to take the fight to Kairi. After hitting her exploder suplex, she would have set up for the submission win had it not been for Charlotte Flair, who distracted the redhead long enough for Kairi Sane to recover, who hit a vicious dropkick sending her opponent into the corner before clamouring to the top turnbuckle and hitting a diving elbow drop, to end the bout at 14:19 minutes into the match. Highlighted Segment - Women's Tag Team Championships introduced, tag team bout announced I 47 With Evolution: Coronation a mere two weeks away, the addition of the Women's Tag Team Championships stirred up quite the drama within the WWE Evolution Tag Team division. Already involved in an entertaining if brutal feud, the logical two teams to be entered into a bout for the fresh championships were of course The Boss and Hug Connection facing off against The Riott Squad, and that is exactly what came to be on this episode of Evolution. Paige started the segment by revealing the titles which had a similar design to the Women's Championship that the likes of Trish Stratus and Lita would have worn around their waists before she was interrupted by the duo of Bayley and Sasha Banks, with Liv Morgan, Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan arguing their case shortly afterwards. Their feud one of the more personal heading into Evolution: Coronation, Paige was more than eager to set up the match for the event, before making The Boss and Hug Connection against Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville next for those in the audience.
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    Evolution | Paige

    Evolution #04 Week 4, August 2018 South West, USA 269,510 viewers Show rating: 66 Highlighted Match - Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair vs. Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan I 71 & vs. & Shortly after Becky Lynch's suggestion that she and Charlotte should team up to take on the duo of Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan, this match was underway. In spite of the fact that in a little over two weeks these two women will be squaring off at Evolution: Coronation, the tandem of Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair worked extremely well against the more experienced Riott Squad members. Potentially slow due to their earlier altercation with The Boss and Hug Connection, when the Riott Squad punched into high gear this match really got going and was an open affair, with Charlotte having to due most of the lifting for the former team due to Ruby hitting Becky Lynch with a devastating diving senton. The finish of the bout came after 13:02 when Becky speared Ruby Riott off the apron, isolating her from Sarah Logan whilst the blonde Charlotte Flair locked in her bridged figure four leglock on the downed Sarah Logan, giving the youngest of the four wrestlers little chance but to tap out. Highlighted Segment - Becky Lynch turns on Charlotte Flair after their main event victory I 68 Following on from their tag team victory, to close out the show the duo of Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair celebrated for the fans. Becky Lynch helped Charlotte Flair, who had done most of the work in the bout previously, to her feet and assisted her in finding the turnbuckles so that she could probably position herself. After a couple of minutes embracing one another and encouraging the crowd, Flair turned to shake hands with her ally only for the Irish woman to sock her in the mouth with a stiff forearm, instantaneously dropping her. Becky would then mount her opponent at Evolution: Coronation, pummelling her fists against her face before she pulled the staggering wrestler up, only to hit her with a fierce exploder suplex. As Paige emerged from backstage with a fleet of security guards, Becky Lynch surrendered her position, rolling out of the ring and stomping backstage.
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    Evolution | Paige

    Evolution #03 Week 3, August 2018 Hawaii, USA 271, 620 viewers Show rating: 60 Highlighted Match - Becky Lynch vs. Ember Moon vs. Nia Jax I 58 vs. vs. Shortly after pleading their case to general manager Paige, both Ember Moon and Nia Jax were inserted into the second of two qualification matches to determine who would be fighting for the Women's Championship at Evolution: Coronation. The match began with Becky Lynch attempts to assert herself over Ember Moon, only for Nia Jax to pull the Irish woman off of her tag team partner and deliver to her a vicious powerbomb. From there Ember and Nia slowly eased into an open, well-paced bout, with the smaller of the pair getting an almost surprising amount of offence. The finish came at 15:58, with Ember Moon hitting an impressive diving corkscrew stunner on the monstrous Nia Jax only for Becky Lynch to sneak up behind the recovering wrestler and lock in a seated fujiwara armbar, submitting Ember Moon to assert herself into the Women's Championship picture alongside Charlotte Flair. Highlighted Segment - Alexa Bliss orchestrates an attack on Ronda Rousey, takes her out of qualification match I 51 Ronda Rousey was getting ready for her main event dream match against Becky Lynch, when Mickie James walked into her locker-room to wish her luck. Offering a handshake, Mickie said she was feeling a little underappreciated by Alexa Bliss and would happily support Ronda at ringside tonight for her match, however Rousey declined. Exiting the room, the former UFC fighter was ambushed by an awaiting Alexa Bliss, steel chair in hand. Mickie James revealed she was still loyal to Bliss, assisting in beating down the betrayed Rousey, stomping on her midsection and powerful arms. Bliss proceeded to trap her arm in between the steel chair, crushing it with a running stomp, leaving the woman who beat her two weeks ago laying, clutching at her elbow.
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    Evolution | Paige

    Evolution #02 Week 2, August 2018 Great Lakes, USA 163,920 viewers Show rating: 56 Highlighted Match - Asuka vs. Charlotte Flair I 63 vs. At the beginning of the second ever WWE Evolution show, general manager Paige announced that the first qualification match for a spot in the Women's Championship bout, which would take place at the first ever Pay-Per-View held by the new promotion, would see a WrestleMania rematch between two ferocious competitors, Asuka and Charlotte Flair respectfully. The bout was incredibly back and forth, each woman validating why they deserved to fight for the opportunity to potentially be WWE Evolution's first ever Women's Champion. Towards the end of the bout the Japanese Asuka took control, but whilst the downed Charlotte Flair was being checked on by the referee, Billie Kay emerged at ringside and attacked the unsuspecting Asuka, twisted revenge for Asuka saving Naomi from an IIconic beatdown the week prior. Charlotte Flair then pushed herself up, hitting her opponent with a big boot and pinning her 17:11 into their match to confirm one half of the historic first ever Women's Championship match. Highlighted Segment - Sasha Banks antagonises the Riott Squad, a brawl ensues I 37 Shortly after costing the duo of Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan their match against the recently formed team of Ember Moon and Nia Jax, Sasha Banks was not shy in gaining revenge over the Riott Squad due to their actions the week prior. Clocking Liv Morgan with a stiff forearm, "The Boss" pressed the blonde wrestler onto the mat and proceeded to fire punches into her until Sarah Logan and Ruby Riott intervened, proceeding to beat down Sasha relentlessly. Ember Moon and Nia Jax, realising this, jumped back between the ropes and a fistfight ensued, a brawl enticing those in attendance until general manager Paige emerged to set up a six-woman tag team match.
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    Evolution | Paige

    Evolution #01 Week 1, August 2018 South East, USA 159, 710 viewers Show rating: 52 Highlighted Match - Alexa Bliss vs. Ronda Rousey | 46 vs. In the main event of the inaugural episode of WWE Evolution, "Five Feet of Fury" had an advantage over "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey for her associates Alicia Fox and Mickie James laid a brutal beatdown on her before the match had even began. Although Rousey insisted she was fine, Bliss dominated the first half of this match, smartly targeting the left arm of "The Baddest Woman on the Planet." She even put her opponent down for a two count through a vicious standing double knee drop moonsault. Once Ronda had somewhat recovered from the pre-match beatdown she had received it was game. Both Alicia and Mickie were thrown from ringside due to numerous attempted interferences. Rousey was able to submit Bliss at 15:43 to close the show with a victory. Highlighted Segment - Paige showcases the Women's Championship, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair interrupt | 61 Paige opened WWE Evolution by introducing the main championship that the top contenders within the promotion would be fighting for. The Women's Championship. She stated that the championship would mainly be defended at events, which were pencilled in at every two or so months, however if the opportunity showed itself it would be defended on free television too. Becky Lynch interrupted, stating that before the dissolution of a unified WWE, she had been on a two month roll dating back to Money in the Bank and although she didn't win that night she had the most momentum coming into WWE Evolution. This brought out Charlotte Flair, who agreed with Becky and insinuated that she and her best friend should be the women fighting for the Women's Championship. Paige ended the segment by revealing the belt, she stating she would introduce qualifying matches for the two women the following week.
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    Evolution | Paige

    Starting WWE Evolution Roster - August 2018 CEO: Sara Del Rey Head Booker: Paige Announcer: Renee Young Colour Commentator: Lita Referees: Jessika Carr, Noelle Foley Road Agents: Sara Del Rey, Trish Stratus General Manager: Paige
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    Evolution | Paige

    Paige announced as WWE Evolution Head Booker In a somewhat unsurprising announcement, former SmackDown Live general manager Paige has been confirmed as head booker for WWE Evolution. The signing has been confirmed mere days after the bombshell announcement that the WWE franchise would be splitting into five smaller promotions across the United States of America and Great Britain. A former two time WWE Divas Champion, the retired Paige will be working directly beneath WWE Evolution CEO Sara Del Rey to make sure that the all women's wrestling company hits the ground running. [OOC Note: This mod is set in August 2018 so not everything is how it is currently. The best example I can give is that Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair and Nia Jax are still babyfaces. Some matches and storylines might not make the most sense due to these alignments so please have patience.]
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    WWE | Stephanie McMahon

    Week 2, November 2018 This Week on WWE Tuesday Night SmackDown • SmackDown opened up with Asuka in the ring, who stated that she should be the captain for the Team SmackDown Women's team at Survivor Series. The IIconics interrupted, followed by Naomi and Carmella. General manager Paige made a five way bout to determine who would captain the Women at Survivor Series. | 51 • After successfully defeating Rusev last week, Samoa Joe boasted that he was rightfully in Team SmackDown for Survivor Series. He stated that once he wins the match for his brand he will go on to defeat AJ Styles and rightfully claim the WWE Championship. Samoa Joe was seemingly furious that AJ Styles was facing Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series, stating he should be taking on The Beast instead. | 83 • The Bar were seemingly confused as to why Paige paired up Daniel Bryan and The Miz as co-captains for Team SmackDown. They said that the two don't get on, so it doesn't' make sense why they would be working together. Paige responded by booking a main event of The Bar against Daniel Bryan and The Miz. | 68 Also On WWE Tuesday Night SmackDown... • The Miz and Daniel Bryan argued if Jeff Hardy should be on Team SmackDown. | 86 • The New Day challenged The Authors Of Pain to a tag team match at Survivor Series! | 74 • Zelina Vega stated that Andrade Almas should be on Team SmackDown. | 51 Full WWE Tuesday Night SmackDown results | 76 Jeff Hardy bt. Aiden English | 58 Carmella bt. Asuka, Billie Kay, Naomi & Peyton Royce | 52 Samoa Joe bt. R-Truth |66 The New Day bt. Eric Young & Killian Dain | 69 Andrade Almas bt. Tye Dillinger | 59 Daniel Bryan & The Miz bt. The Bar | 75
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    WWE | Stephanie McMahon

    Week 2, November 2018 This week on WWE Monday Night RAW • Dean Ambrose returned to open RAW, interrupts his tag team partner Seth Rollins before apologising for his actions over the last couple of weeks. He says that it has been an emotional time for The Shield as of late, he then explained that he was overwhelmed and took his frustrations out of Seth. Dean then says that he is ready to be the RAW Tag Team Champions again and vows that he will help Seth beat Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre. | 75 • Moments after the pairing successfully defended their RAW Tag Team Championships, Dean Ambrose shocked the world once more by attacking his partner Seth Rollins from behind. Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre were forced to watch on as Dean savagely laid a beatdown on his Shield brother. It seems that their partnership is officially over, leaving the future of the RAW Tag Team Championships in jeopardy. | 88 • The main event of WWE Monday Night RAW was a disjointed mess. Baron Corbin attacked Kurt Angle from behind, declaring him the victor by disqualification, meaning that he would be the Team RAW Captain for Survivor Series. This angered Braun Strowman, who seemed on track to win the match, knowing that Baron Corbin had cost him the chance to lead Team RAW to victory against Team SmackDown. Braun Strowman chased Baron Corbin out of the arena whilst Kurt Angle came to his senses and celebrated to close out the show. | 79 Also on WWE Monday Night RAW... • Alexa Bliss named Mickie James as the second member of Team RAW Women's team! | 68 • After dismantling Liv Morgan, Ronda Rousey sent out a warning to Becky Lynch. | 57 • Moments after losing to Elias and Finn Bálor, Bobby Lashley put Elias to sleep! | 58 Full WWE Monday Night RAW results | 69 Ambrose & Rollins (c) bt. Ziggler & McIntyre | 74 Sasha Banks bt. Sarah Logan | 56 Cedric Alexander & Mustafa Ali bt. Buddy Murphy & TJP | 49 Nia Jax bt. Mickie James | 49 The Authors Of Pain bt. The B-Team | 51 Ronda Rousey bt. Liv Morgan | 40 Elias & Finn Bálor bt. Bobby Lashley & Lio Rush | 68 Kurt Angle bt. Braun Strowman by DQ | 73
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    WWE | Stephanie McMahon

    Week 1, November 2018 This Week on WWE Tuesday Night SmackDown • SmackDown kicked off with WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Bar. They spoke about their match at Survivor Series against Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins, though predicted that wouldn't be who they were facing by the time the event rolled around. They were then interrupted by The New Day, who were disappointed that they wouldn't be representing Team SmackDown at Survivor Series. But warned Sheamus and Cesaro that they were coming for their titles. | 69 • Daniel Bryan came out to the ring, but couldn't get through a sentence before being interrupted by The Miz. Both men felt that they were suitable candidates to lead Team SmackDown in their Men's Survivor Series match against Team RAW. Though both made valid points, it was SmackDown's general manager Paige who ultimately made the decision that both Bryan and Miz would be co-captains of Team SmackDown! | 81 • It didn't take long for The Miz to assume his duties of SmackDown's co-captain. Without consulting his other captain, he booked Rusev against Samoa Joe for the main event, stating that the winner would join him and Daniel Bryan on Team SmackDown! Paige wasn't happy that The Miz had done this without informing her, but upheld the match anyway. | 86 Also On WWE Tuesday Night SmackDown... • AJ Styles and Samoa Joe argued about who should face Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series. | 85 • Shinsuke Nakamura claimed that Seth Rollins wasn't concentrating on their match at Survivor Series.| 86 • Becky Lynch also spoke about her Survivor Series match against Ronda Rousey. | 70 Full WWE Tuesday Night SmackDown results | 70 The New Day II bt. Gallows & Anderson | 67 Jeff Hardy bt. Shelton Benjamin | 72 Carmella & Naomi bt. Rose & Deville | 51 Andrade Almas bt. R-Truth | 49 Daniel Bryan & The Miz bt. SAnitY | 66 Samoa Joe bt. Rusev | 75
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