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  1. So I have been thinking about this for a long time now and figured I would make a post about it. This is a 2K Showcase mode concept that I think would be really fun. In 2K14 they had the 30 years of WrestleMania that had maybe 50 different matches covering all the Manias before 30. I think that they could do a 2K Showcase that covers all the NXT Takeover events starting at Arrival and leading to the main event of New York with Gargano's fairy tale ending. Of course some of the early main events and such would have to be left out with PAC gone from the company but it can be worked around. The mode could unlock all sorts of alternate forms of people and whatnot. Also if they wanted to they could throw in bonus matches from the weekly shows that happened like the Last Woman Standing, Seth vs Jinder, BSS vs UE, loads of potential things to throw in. Anyways here are the matches they could use for the mode. I tried not to go overboard by throwing in all the matches I liked and capped the amount at 50. I might add an extra post where I explain my choices or something because I did have to cut out a lot of matches to try to mainly keep historically important matches. Let me know of any things you might change about the line up. NXT ARRIVAL: CESARO VS SAMI ZAYN NXT TAKEOVER: CHARLOTTE VS NATALYA NXT TAKEOVER FATAL 4-WAY: THE ASCENSION VS THE LUCHA DRAGONS NXT TAKEOVER R EVOLUTION: CHARLOTTE VS SASHA BANKS NXT TAKEOVER RIVAL: CHARLOTTE VS BAYLEY VS BECKY LYNCH VS SASHA BANKS NXT TAKEOVER RIVAL: SAMI ZAYN VS KEVIN OWENS NXT TAKEOVER UNSTOPPABLE: SASHA BANKS VS BECKY LYNCH NXT TAKEOVER BROOKLYN: SASHA BANKS VS BAYLEY NXT TAKEOVER BROOKLYN: FINN BALOR VS KEVIN OWENS NXT TAKEOVER RESPECT: FINN BALOR AND SAMOA JOE VS BARON CORBIN AND RHYNO NXT TAKEOVER RESPECT: BAYLEY VS SASHA BANKS NXT TAKEOVER LONDON: FINN BALOR VS SAMOA JOE NXT TAKEOVER DALLAS: SAMI ZAYN VS SHINSUKE NAKAMURA NXT TAKEOVER DALLAS: BAYLEY VS ASUKA NXT TAKEOVER DALLAS: FINN BALOR VS SAMOA JOE NXT TAKEOVER THE END: AMERICAN ALPHA VS THE REVIVAL NXT TAKEOVER THE END: SAMOA JOE VS FINN BALOR NXT TAKEOVER BROOKLYN II: THE REVIVAL VS DIY NXT TAKEOVER BROOKLYN II: ASUKA VS BAYLEY NXT TAKEOVER BROOKLYN II: SAMOA JOE VS SHINSUKE NAKAMURA NXT TAKEOVER TORONTO: THE REVIVAL VS DIY NXT TAKEOVER TORONTO: ASUKA VS MICKIE JAMES NXT TAKEOVER TORONTO: SHINSUKE NAKAMURA VS SAMOA JOE NXT TAKEOVER SAN ANTONIO: DIY VS AUTHORS OF PAIN NXT TAKEOVER SAN ANTONIO: SHINSUKE NAKAMURA VS BOBBY ROODE NXT TAKEOVER ORLANDO: ASUKA VS EMBER MOON NXT TAKEOVER ORLANDO: BOBBY ROODE VS SHINSUKE NAKAMURA NXT TAKEOVER CHICAGO: TYLER BATE VS PETE DUNNE NXT TAKEOVER CHICAGO: AUTHORS OF PAIN VS DIY NXT TAKEOVER BROOKLYN III: BOBBY ROODE VS DREW MCINTYRE NXT TAKEOVER WARGAMES: EMBER MOON VS KAIRI SANE VS NIKKI CROSS VS PEYTON ROYCE NXT TAKEOVER WARGAMES: DREW MCINTYRE VS ANDRADE CIEN ALMAS NXT TAKEOVER WARGAMES: UNDISPUTED ERA VS SANITY VS AUTHORS OF PAIN/STRONG NXT TAKEOVER PHILADELPHIA: ANDRADE CIEN ALMAS VS JOHNNY GARGANO NXT TAKEOVER NEW ORLEANS: NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP LADDER MATCH NXT TAKEOVER NEW ORLEANS: JOHNNY GARGANO VS TOMMASO CIAMPA NXT TAKEOVER CHICAGO: JOHNNY GARGANO VS TOMMASO CIAMPA NXT TAKEOVER BROOKLYN 4: ADAM COLE VS RICOCHET NXT TAKEOVER BROOKLYN 4: SHAYNA BAYSZLER VS KAIRI SANE NXT TAKEOVER 4: TOMMASO CIAMPA VS JOHNNY GARGANO NXT TAKEOVER WARGAMES: SHAYNA BASZLER VS KAIRI SANE NXT TAKEOVER WARGAMES: ALEISTER BLACK VS JOHNNY GARGANO NXT TAKEOVER WARGAMES: TOMMASO CIAMPA VS VELVETEEN DREAM NXT TAKEOVER WARGAMES: UNDISPUTED ERA VS WAR RAIDERS/DUNNE/RICOCHET NXT TAKEOVER PHOENIX: RICOCHET VS JOHNNY GARGANO NXT TAKEOVER PHOENIX: SHAYNA BASZLER VS BIANCA BELAIR NXT TAKEOVER NEW YORK: WAR RAIDERS VS RICOCHET/BLACK NXT TAKEOVER NEW YORK: VELVETEEN DREAM VS MATT RIDDLE NXT TAKEOVER NEW YORK: PETE DUNNE VS WALTER NXT TAKEOVER NEW YORK: JOHNNY GARGANO VS ADAM COLE
  2. HHH Kurt Angle Stephanie McMahon CM Punk Roddy Piper Bray Wyatt The Miz Shawn Michaels Ric Flair Batista Kane Bret Hart Daniel Bryan Eric Bischoff Randy Savage Hulk Hogan
  3. Easily the 2000's. I think the majority of music I listen to is from that decade. 90's would probably be second for post grunge and other rock music genres.
  4. Pretty much every match on the card could have been half the length it was and have been better for it. Good god this show really dragged on. Some good matches but it just felt unnecessarily long and for no reason. If every match tries to be MOTN none of em are special and to me it felt like they all tried to be epics. The show opened with Sonny Kiss vs THE LIBRARIAN, PETER AVALOOOOOOOOOOON. I hate both dudes already and even though it was short, it was definitely painful for me. AEW's preshows so far have been all killing me and when this opens I'm not sure how I'm gonna take the company serious. The women's tag wasn't bad but again too long plus Britt got concussed and that affected her performance. I don't really like the joshi girls that have been showcased so far. Britt and Bea are future stars and are normal sized women which makes the joshi girls look like jokes. They're all like below 5 feet and they don't even move the ropes when they hit em and yet I'm supposed to buy them as proper threats. I can't even distinguish between them cuz they all wear the same dumb, frilly crap. On a more positive note I did enjoy the opening 6 man tag. Don't particularly like the team of Janela, Havoc, and Allin and I don't think my nickname for em is shareable but I do love the other three so it all balances out. The only real reason for this match to exist was for the tension between MJF and Shawn Spears and I think the two did a masterful job during the match. I loved every bit of interaction they add. I've liked Sammy from MLW, he's a good athlete and he can be fun to watch as well so he carried himself too. Darby got an amazing reaction from the crowd which was cool cuz he at least is a potential future star as I've thought since seeing him work a bit in EVOLVE last year. Shawn Spears has been handled amazingly so far and it looks like AEW may be positioning him to be a proper star rather than a good hand which I'm perfectly fine with. Brandi Rhodes vs Allie wasn't very good. It was funny that she got that babyface promo package but then she works heel in the match. I assume that it's a conscience choice by AEW and that it's a worked angle deal where she is in power so she can paint herself to be the hero when she isn't. This is definitely one of the matches that could have been half the length. I'm not going to say no to Brandi wrestling but I personally find her to be at her peak doing managerial work and such. She's a good heel but I don't want a HHH and Stephanie 2.0 thing with the Rhodes. I really do sort of wish that in kayfabe the elite wasn't in power but rather just wrestlers cuz I just hate that they are doing both. Anytime they go over it'll just feel a bit disingenuous. Three way tag match was good mostly because of Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy. They are an amazing team and can be true stars. The fans were going crazy for them anytime they got into the ring. With Dark Order, Stu Grayson I think looked decent but Evil Uno was just some fat guy. Definitely one star in that tag team or at least it feels like it right now. Guess we will see more with this tag tourney. I do think that the Dark Order could be good but the whole nondescript minion thing is kinda useless. Angelico and Evans were alright but they didn't really do much in the match that stood out. Not sure why Marko Stunt was with Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy. As much as I like Marko I think he's a fun indie side act at best, not sure he actually belongs in AEW with guys twice his size. Adam Page vs Kip Sabian...I did like this match. It was really good and Adam Page has made me a huge fan. The problem with this match is that Adam Page will be facing Chris Jericho for the AEW World Championship just next month. Kip Sabian is practically a nobody and yet it took Page nearly twenty minutes to put him away. This does not reflect well on Page and if anything devalues him. This could have and should have been half the length because this midcard for life generic brit does not need to be taking your world title no.1 contender to the limit. I loved the post match attack and then later on the promo and pull apart with Chris Jericho. Chris Jericho vs Adam Page is being built amazingly and I really hope they can deliver. Lucha Brothers vs SCU on paper sounds amazing but honestly I felt like they didn't really click too well. I was a bit bored with it but I am looking forward to Lucha Bros vs Young Bucks Ladder Match at All Out. I can only assume that The Bucks will finally receive their first AEW loss there. Kenny Omega vs CIMA was yet another match that was just too long. Kenny Omega is supposed to be like one of the top four stars in the entirety of the company perhaps only behind Moxley and Jericho yet it took him more than 20 minutes to put away this guy. Granted CIMA is a fantastic talent and is a guy with a lot of previous success. Thing is Omega really needs to look strong heading into All Out as he prepares to face perhaps the hottest wrestler on the planet at the moment in the form of Moxley. First thing I have to say about the main event is that it was LOOOOOOOOOOOONG. Like too long. I felt like there was quite a bit of time wasted in the match where nothing was happening. The next thing I have to say is I was not happy to see the Young Bucks go over, I think that Cody and Dustin have been two of the more compelling men in the company, especially Cody. That said the match, length aside, was pretty good. The Brotherhood wrestle a very different style from the Bucks, a style which I much prefer. I think The Brotherhood really carried them and helped them mostly stay grounded and it worked out. Cody has really surprised me so far in AEW. The Rhodes Brothers five star classic, the draw with Darby and feud with Shawn being built, then this match. I think Cody has been one of if not the MVP of the company. All in all I said that the show was good but too long for my tastes.
  5. I think this was a great match. When you take two world class athletes and put them together of course they'll do well. I loved the finish of Ricochet being screwed and then getting hit with the second rope Styles Clash. My thing is, I don't think this helps anyone. The Club should not have been reformed to battle Ricochet of all people. This could have been a world title chase or just a grudge deal but they went after newbie Ricochet. So AJ goes after the shiny new toy, honestly build was mostly good as well. But it doesn't help AJ to be US Champ or beat the new guy who had a 3 week reign. And Ricochet certainly isn't helped by having a 3 week reign even if he was protected in the finish. I imagine Ricochet ultimately overcomes AJ and The Club by I don't feel like that is ideal. If Ricochet can do that then really The Club looks dumb. They already looked like crap when both Karl and Luke were beaten by Ricochet in one night but if they lose the feud it's killed right then and there, yet Ricochet really cannot afford to lose the feud either cuz it would be crushing his momentum too. I just feel like these guys should have been kept apart is all. Hopefully they can at the very least continue to deliver great in ring action.
  6. I LOVE Dexter Lumis. Everything about him is awesome. I really cannot put into words how much he impressed me in that short match. I really hope he gets to be on tv regularly soon because he instantly won me over. Bronson Reed on the other hand was meh at best but of course the face is gonna win since Cameron already won his match. I was a bit disappointed that we didn't get an actual title defense on the card but it was a decent way to set up for the Toronto match. The KUSHIDA vs Apollo Crews match was good but honestly I still am not all that into KUSHIDA yet. He hasn't really gotten my full interest yet but he's still in the early stages of winning one off matches so I'll wait until he gets put into a real program to make an actual judgement.
  7. Honestly the townhall segment was kinda shite until Kevin came in and gave a Stunner to Shane. I did like that it led to seeing some people on tv as well as Liv Morgan vs Charlotte as I think she did pretty good in her short time of being showcased. The two ppv rematches were really unnecessary and neither was as good as the ppv match (go back to the comedy clubs Ziggler). I think it was idiotic to have Apollo Crews beat Andrade, especially when Andrade literally just beat him like two weeks ago. I'm really excited for Ember Moon vs Bayley since Ember is an amazing talent and these two are definitely some of the best workers in the women's division today. The six man tag was alright and I'm assuming this leads us to the Randy/Kofi match we have all been anticipating given the finish. The Women's Tag Title match was dumb and is part of why I hate champions advantage. It's a shame how these belts are almost never around which is why I never wanted them. I also wish Asuka wasn't in the tag division. She was in a huge position at the beginning of the year as SD Women's champ and even tapped Becky out only to lose her belt to Charlotte just to give Becky a month long reign with it. This whole episode was a bit disappointing to me.
  8. First off let me say that while I enjoyed the main event the match didn't make much sense. Smackdown stars should not be getting shots like that in the first place. Then some of the people in the match weren't kayfabe deserving of being called contenders. Rey Mysterio was recently squashed by Bobby and Bobby lost that LMS to Braun on Sunday. Sami Zayn has won like one match since his return from injury that I can remember. Cesaro literally just lot to Aleister Black Sunday yet he gets in instead. And last but not least...Baron Corbin. The guy that lost 3 ppv title matches against Seth Rollins in a row. I kinda wish Brock had cashed in on Kofi since it would have been a much more interesting story but this hopefully leads to a great match because I think under the right circumstances they could do great things. I kinda got excited for the prospect of Randy vs Brock II but I do prefer stars face their own brands champs which seems to be happening with Randy and Kofi. Thing is the match was super predictable. Even though there is supposedly no more rematch clause we have gotten a fair amount of former champ vs current champ matches that they give to us in roundabout ways, whether it be a battle royal like monday night or something else. The co main event women's four way was awful and I'm glad the crowd told them so. That match was far too long. It could have easily been cut down by like 10 minutes. Most of that time was spent doing rest holds and such. It also made no sense that there was 1 heel in the match and she just sat on the outside NOT WRESTLING and none of the faces did anything about it. Like the faces were fighting each other and every once and awhile Bliss comes in to try to take advantage and rather than getting rid of her they would go back to fighting each other. Makes no sense to me whatsoever. Natalya winning was alright, I guess they want the pop in Canada, but I really don't buy her as a contender. As a matter of fact, none of these 4 have done anything to be in that match. Bliss just lost two title matches in a row to Bayley, Carmella mostly jobs, and the other two are hardly on tv. Just mindboggling how much wasted talent is in WWE but especially in the women's division. Drake Maverick's marriage consummation segments were pure gold. R-Truth and Drake Maverick, plus his wife Renee recently, have done wonders for the 24/7 title. These two are amazing at comedy and it's so odd to me that this has probably been the best handled rivalry post Mania. Hope Drake gets to consummate the marriage soon. It was nice to see Roode back on tv even if it was to ultimately be the fall guy. I really wish they would bring that Main Event Muscle thing to Raw because WWE in general really needs more stables and it would be a great way to elevate Roode. He is a proven star in TNA and even NXT so at the very least he should be a featured midcarder. Cedric Alexander beating Drew McIntyre was bizarre to say the least. When Drew was called up he was being tapped as the future of WWE and it seemed that way at first with how protected he was. He's seemed to have fallen pretty far this year but even still he's been feature consistently and just came off feuding with Roman Reigns and The Undertaker. Cedric has been mainly shown chasing the 24/7 championship and got pinned last week after a Claymore. Instead we get this 50/50 crap. It would be one thing if they were preparing to strap a rocket to Cedric but we all know that isn't happening. He's gonna get beaten by Drew in a rematch and disappear. We know Balor has requested a couple months off and will leave after Summerslam so it's no surprise he dropped IC and then lost to Joe here. The real highlight was obviously Bray Wyatt's return when he assaulted Finn Balor which was an awesome moment. I assume this means Finn will be Bray's first opponent which kinda gives me flashbacks to their feud 2017 which was awful. Bray should demolish Balor completely if they face at Summerslam. Bray needs to be heavily protected to keep up the momentum and he shouldn't lose for a long time. I would especially love it if Bray was to give Demon Balor his first main roster loss. That would really show they are taking Bray seriously. Plus when Finn returns maybe he can join The Club full time and be a heel which would be refreshing to see.
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    In between quarter final matches for King of The Ring the fans are shown a video. Buddy Ace is shown standing with his back to the camera in a large field. After a few seconds he turns with a sad look in his eyes. "I've had it rough as of late. BPZMania was a bit of a wake up call. I figured I'd walk into a battle royal filled with newcomers, take an easy championship victory. Got smacked around by some new guys, tossed out by our current North American Championship number one contender. I thought I would have to step up my game a bit and heading into the North American Championship ladder match I thought I had done so. Not nearly enough. Backlash, got creamed in a US title match that I doubt anyone remembers. All that got me into gear and I started to reinvent myself though it seems my pace isn't quick enough. Blade demolished me, absolutely destroyed me. Six minutes of hell where all I could do was take the punishment. All that, I could handle. King of The Ring though, I was really hoping that would be my big break. I could push through into the later rounds, get my name out there again. Heck, maybe I could win the whole darn thing, perhaps win a world title. George though, he was also looking to use King of The Ring as his path to redemption and only one of us could advance. I came out the gates hot with the intent to blaze my way forward but George put that fire out real fast. I was honestly in shock when I walked to the back, to have it all end so soon in the very first match of the tournament. My work doesn't seem to have gotten me anywhere. Lately I just feel...trapped. It's like there's a noose slowly tightening around my neck. My career is at the gallows." Buddy chuckles before looking around and gesturing at the land around him. "That's why I've come back home for a bit. I just needed to clear my head and refresh myself. It's nice to be back and to see all my family and friends again. Sometimes you just need to go back to where it all started. I've come a long way from being a kid with a dream. I get paid to travel the world and do what I love most as part of the best company in the business. Now that I've got my perspective realigned I feel much better about where I am in my career and where I'm going. The current landscape of BPZ is an interesting one. I think it's the perfect time for me to break out. I'll bounce back from this because nothing is keeping me down." The video fades to black.
  10. 1. Drake Maverick 2. Kevin Owens 3. Aleister Black 4. Brock Lesnar 5. Liv Morgan
  11. Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels - WrestleMania 25
  12. Edge vs The Undertaker Hell in a Cell - Summerslam 2008
  13. Elimination Chamber Hell In A Cell Last Man Standing Iron Man Singles Street Fight
  14. Money In The Bank Elimination Chamber Hell In A Cell Ladder Last Man Standing 3 Stages Of Hell 2 Out Of 3 Falls Iron Man Singles Lumberjack Street Fight Buried Alive
  15. Brandi Rhodes vs. Allie-Singles match Kenny Omega vs. Cima- Singles match Cody and Dustin Rhodes vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)- Tag team match Adam Page vs. Kip Sabian- Singles match Jimmy Havoc, Darby Allin, and Joey Janela vs. MJF, Sammy Guevara, and Shawn Spears- Six-man tag team match SoCal Uncensored (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) (with Christopher Daniels) vs. Lucha Brothers (Pentagón Jr. and Rey Fenix)- Tag team match Sonny Kiss vs. Peter Avalon (with Leva Bates)- Singles match- Preshow The Dark Order (Evil Uno and Stu Grayson) vs. Angélico and Jack Evans vs. Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus - Three-way tag team match To advance to All Out for an opportunity at a first round bye in the AEW World Tag Team Championship tournament Britt Baker and Riho vs. Bea Priestley and Shoko Nakajima - Tag team match- Preshow Bonus Questions: What match will start the show? Dark Order vs Angelico and Evans vs Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus Which match will end the show? Cody and Dustin vs The Young Bucks Will Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley brawl all over the arena after Omega vs Cima? No Will Chris Jericho show up at Fight For The Fallen? Yes Will there be an special debut tonight? No
  16. Poison Team: Toxicroak Crobat Venusaur (mega) Gengar Tentacruel Scolipede Nidoking Alolan Muk
  17. We going for first place. Extreme Rules Predictions Seth Rollins (c) and Becky Lynch (c) vs. Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans Last Chance Winners Take All mixed tag team Extreme Rules match for both the WWE Universal Championship and WWE Raw Women's Championship The Undertaker and Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre No Holds Barred tag team match Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Samoa Joe Singles match for the WWE Championship Bayley (c) vs. Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross Handicap match for the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship Drew Gulak (c) vs. Tony Nese Singles match for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship Daniel Bryan and Rowan (c) vs. The New Day (Big E and Xavier Woods) vs. Heavy Machinery (Otis and Tucker) Triple threat tag team match for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship Aleister Black vs. Cesaro Singles match Ricochet (c) vs. AJ Styles Singles match for the WWE United States Championship Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley Last Man Standing match The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder) (c) vs. The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso) Tag team match for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Bonus Questions: First Match (Non Preshow)?: Aleister Black vs Cesaro Second To Last Match?: AJ Styles vs Ricochet Will The Undertaker Turn On Roman Reigns?: No Will Brock Lesnar Cash In His Money In The Bank Contract?: No Will Alexa Bliss Attack Nikki Cross After Their Match?: No
  18. Honestly was a little disappointed with the main event of this past episode of 205 Live. It wasn't particularly bad but it felt really tame for a match with no disqualification. A lot of the match was just the two doing small things to eat time when they should have been going balls to the walls using everything under the ring. The match could have gone longer instead of giving us 15 minutes of promo/ad time afterwards. Hopefully the Extreme Rules matches this Sunday aren't as tame.
  19. 1. Kevin Owens 2. Heavy Machinery/New Day/Bryan & Rowan 3. Street Profits 4. Roman Reigns 5. Shinsuke Nakamura
  20. Randy Savage Chris Jericho Ric Flair Steve Austin
  21. Ever since the Cruiserweight Classic and seeing Ho Ho Lun along with new signees and tryouts, blah blah, I've been interested more in China's wrestling potential. Boa really impressed me in his match so I'm interested in his future. Loving heel Io already and she's barely done anything yet. The tag title main event was awesome. I really hope Lorcan and Burch get an NXT Tag Title reign someday.
  22. I think we can all agree that Kevin Owens cut a great promo at the start of Smackdown. Kevin is easily one of the best on the mic in the company and I'm glad they are letting him get a proper full on face run. That said...why does WWE keep trying to emulate the pipebomb promo? I feel like I've heard the same promo a dozen times from a dozen guys because they try to copy what worked once and do it to death in typical WWE fashion. It's especially insulting as not that long ago The Miz cut a similar promo on Smackdown not too long ago, so WWE is essentially saying "we know what's wrong with the product but we wont fix it because screw you, we do what we want." Finn Balor vs Shinsuke Nakamura was a good match and as far as I know only the third time they have face in their entire careers. That means they blew a first time ever (on the main roster) in a random stakeless match on Smackdown. The problem with this is that both men really need to get their careers back on track so why would you book them both against each other when both need wins and television time? So now Shinsuke pins the champion, which should really not ever happen in singles matches that are non title though that is a different rant altogether, and now we have to hope that actually leads to something. You know, maybe a freaking Intercontinental Championship Match at Extreme Rules?? Why is this belt never on television, it's so stupid. I had hoped Andrade would get involved in this match and it would lead to a triple threat for the IC belt at ER, but now I think we'll go without another IC match on PPV. Like at least give it the preshow, anything for crying out loud. I liked the Kabuki Warrior/IIconic segment so I'm guessing they'll keep building that until freaking Summerslam. Like how many times has that belt been defended by them, once against some local jobbers in a throwaway on a weekly because "haha we made a defense". I never wanted those titles in the first place and the way they have been handled has been abysmal. It really could have turned out to be a great asset to the women's division but we all knew WWE is too stupid to actually do something like that. The tag team summit segment and the match following it were great, those three can do no wrong. It was funny to me that Cesaro was the one who knocked on Aleister's door cuz I swear I saw something a couple weeks ago saying it would make sense if it was Cesaro since he is doing that thing where he hates the overly gimmicky guys like No Way Jose. Should turn out to be a fantastic match though. This all built to what I have to admit was a great main event match between Roman Reigns and Dolph Ziggler. The crowd was hot for it, it had the heel shenanigans, then Owens comes in with the Stunner which leads to Roman hitting Ziggler with the spear for the pinfall. Great stuff and was executed really well. It's crazy how good Smackdown was this week compared to the monstrosity that was Raw.

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