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2020 WWE's Best Possible Outcome

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With the revival and startup of the XFL, Vince McMahon's football league, in 2020, McMahon has less time in his life to make decisions and run the show. While there are executives of Raw and SmackDown in Paul Heyman and Bruce Prichard, Vince decided somebody needed to lay the law down on both shows, and that they would reveal themselves following the Royal Rumble match. WWE fans all around the globe are excited to see if this is finally the time when Vince will let somebody else have a hack at running the show. This isn't WWE reborn or reimagined, this is simply the Best Possible Outcome.
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Royal Rumble 2020 Match Card


Asuka vs Becky Lynch


In our opener, we will see Asuka and Lynch, and these two are facing off in a challenge sought out by Becky, who has an incredibly poor track record against Asuka on a large stage. The Man has been almost desperate sounding at times when talking about her desire to finally beat The Empress, who defeated Lynch at this exact event one year ago. In a competition between two of Raw's best, who will be declared the best?


Rey Mysterio vs Andrade 'Cien' Almas


Mysterio and Andrade have had an on and off rivalry since the latter's promotion from NXT, but recently Almas won Mysterio's United States Championship on a house show in Madison Square Garden. Later in the month, after winning over Mysterio on Raw thanks to Zelina Vega, Andrade ripped off Mysterio's mask on live TV, and since we have seen a more aggressive Mysterio. Can this new form of Mysterio retake his US title, or will El Idolo overcome his foe once again?


Women's Royal Rumble


WWE's third Royal Rumble for it's female competitors, this match will be one to keep an eye on. In 2019, Becky Lynch made use of the match to become the first double champion to hold the Raw and Smackdown Women's titles, and in 2018 the undefeated Asuka punched her ticket to WrestleMania in the inaugural match. What woman will walk away victorious?


Braun Strowman vs Shinsuke Nakamura


In a match that has been building for a small while, Shinsuke Nakamura finds another challenger for his Intercontinental Championship in the Monster Among Men, who helped the New Day and pinned Nakamura in a six man tag match on Smackdown. Will Shinsuke's reign continue, or will Braun finally restore some of his momentum?


Lacey Evans vs Bayley


Since Bayley's drastic character shift, we have seen a more antagonizing side of her. One of the targets of Bayley and Sasha Banks has been the Sassy Southern Belle, Lacey Evans. Bayley even went so far as to mock Evans' child on an episode of Smackdown. Will this vicious Bayley finally be unseated, or will Lacey's temper get the better of her?


Daniel Bryan vs "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt


Bryan earned another shot at Wyatt and the universal title when he defeated The Miz and Baron Corbin on the Dec. 27 edition of SmackDown. Bryan lost to Wyatt at Survivor Series and their continued feud led to Wyatt dragging Bryan under the ring on a follow-up SmackDown and ripping out his hair. Bryan appears to have come back stronger, however, and is looking to end Wyatt's run as champ.


Men's Royal Rumble


The annual Royal Rumble match is loaded with talent looking for their chance to etch a spot in history. From talents already established as world-class such as Seth Rollins, to young stars on the breakout like the Velveteen Dream. One entrant to highlight is WWE Champion Brock Lesnar, who declared for the Rumble and more specifically, for the #1 entrance position. 30 men enter, but only 1 man will claim the prize: the main event of WrestleMania 36, in Tampa.




Asuka vs Becky Lynch (c) for the Raw Women's Championship


Rey Mysterio vs Andrade 'Cien' Almas (c) for the United States Championship


Women’s Royal Rumble:


Braun Strowman vs Shinsuke Nakamura (c) for the Intercontinental Championship


Lacey Evans vs Bayley (c) for the Smackdown Women’s Championship


Daniel Bryan vs The Fiend (c) for the Universal Championship


Men’s Royal Rumble:


Bonus Question


What WWE Legend will be named General Manager following the Men’s Royal Rumble match? 

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Asuka vs Becky Lynch (c) for the Raw Women's Championship


Rey Mysterio vs Andrade 'Cien' Almas (c) for the United States Championship


Women’s Royal Rumble: Shayna Baszler


Braun Strowman vs Shinsuke Nakamura (c) for the Intercontinental Championship


Lacey Evans vs Bayley (c) for the Smackdown Women’s Championship


Daniel Bryan vs The Fiend (c) for the Universal Championship


Men’s Royal Rumble: Kevin Owens


Bonus Question


What WWE Legend will be named General Manager following the Men’s Royal Rumble match?  Edge

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Asuka vs Becky Lynch (c) for the Raw Women's Championship

Rey Mysterio vs Andrade 'Cien' Almas (c) for the United States Championship

Women’s Royal Rumble: Ronda Rousey

Braun Strowman vs Shinsuke Nakamura (c) for the Intercontinental Championship

Lacey Evans vs Bayley (c) for the Smackdown Women’s Championship

Daniel Bryan vs 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt (c) for the Universal Championship

Men’s Royal Rumble: Roman Reigns

Bonus Question

What WWE Legend will be named General Manager following the Men’s Royal Rumble match? 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin

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Asuka vs Becky Lynch (C) for the Raw Women's Championship

Rey Mysterio vs Andrade Cien Almas (C) for the United States Championship 

Womens Royal Rumble Match: Shayna Baszler

Braun Strowman vs Shinsuke Nakumara (C) for the Intercontinetal Championship

Lacey Evans vs Bayley (C) for the Smackdown Women's Championship

Daniel Bryan vs The Fiend Bray Wyatt (C) for the Universal Championship

Mens Royal Rumble Match: Roman Reigns

Bonus: What WWE Legend will be named General Manager following the Men's Royal Rumble Match?: Stone Cold Steve Austin

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January 26, 2020, Royal Rumble, Houston, Texas


The first main roster event of 2020, and the first of the Big Five for WWE, we have the 33nd annual Royal Rumble event. A stacked card is ready for action as we kick off the new year. Anticipation is building around who will overcome the odds of 29 other competitors in the Royal Rumble matches, and the new General Manager of WWE is to be revealed following the Men’s Royal Rumble headlining the night. The Road to Wrestlemania 36 begins on this night. Who will etch their name in the history books and mark their ticket to the main event of Wrestlemania?


Asuka vs Becky Lynch (c) 


In our opening bout, we see The Empress of Tomorrow taking on The Man. Becky Lynch and Asuka have had multiple faceoffs in the past, and like we have seen in the majority of those bouts, a back and forth match leads to a tap out victory, with Becky Lynch submitting just before passing out. Asuka wins the Raw Women's Championship for the first time in her career, becoming a Grand Slam Champion, only the second female in WWE history to do so. Following the match, Kairi Sane and Paige come out to the ring to celebrate Asuka's victory with her. Becky lays on the ground, clearly frustrated at having lost her title.


Rey Mysterio vs Andrade (c) with Zelina Vega


Next up we see a match that has replayed itself over throughout the months. The difference between those matches and this one is the mean streak of Mysterio, who is noticeably more aggressive than he has been known to be. This plays to his downfall, however, as Andrade capiltalises on a mistake from Rey before hitting him with a Hammerlock DDT. Following the match, Zelina Vega claims Almas is tired of facing the same inferior competition over and over, and that somebody new needed to step up to lose to Andrade.


Women's Royal Rumble Match


The third ever women's Royal Rumble Match, with talent from Raw, Smackdown, NXT, and even a couple of NXT UK stars appearing. The first two competitors in the match are Dana Brooke and a returning Nia Jax. The ironwoman from this match is Sasha Banks, who made it to the final four from the number 9 spot. The most eliminations are credited to the number 20 entrant Shayna Baszler, with 6. The final four is comprised of the two aforementioned stars, Toni Storm the 22nd entrant, and the eventual winner from the number 30 entrance, Ronda Rousey, who eliminated Baszler last to win her first Royal Rumble. Following the match, Rousey declares she is back, and that she's officially a member of the blue brand, where she'll face Bayley or Lacey Evans for the Smackdown Women's Championship at WrestleMania 36.


Braun Strowman vs Shinsuke Nakamura (c) with Sami Zayn


In a match building up for weeks on SmackDown, Shinsuke Nakamura defends his Intercontinental Championship against the Monster Among Men, Braun Strowman. Nakamura takes several running powerslams throughout the course of the match, but each time Zayn distracts Strowman and allows Shinsuke time to recover, and Strowman never is able to attempt a pin. After some Bad Vibrations, The Artist is able to retain with a Kinshasa to Strowman's head.


Lacey Evans vs Bayley (c) 


In what is less of a wrestling contest and more of a brawl, the second Women's Championship bout is fought between Lacey Evans and Bayley, likely determining the champion to face Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania. Bayley made this feud extremely personal, and paid for it in pain, as an agitated Evans brought the fight. Following a sloppily thrown Women's Right, Bayley capitalised with a new variation of her finisher, dropping the Sassy Southern Belle with a German Suplex before ending the match with an Elbow Drop. Bayley continues to assault Lacey post match, but is separated by the referee.


Daniel Bryan vs "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt (c) 


In the night's semi main event, The Fiend makes a defense of his Universal Championship on his run to destroy the opponents of his past. The opponent this time is Daniel Bryan, who has been assaulted by Wyatt multiple times, and is full of anger and ready to retaliate. A very physical match between these competitors is capped off by Daniel Bryan locking in the Yes Lock on Bray Wyatt, before the lights in the arena going out for about 5 seconds. When they return, the sight before the cameras is an unconscious Daniel Bryan, and The Fiend with a Mandible Claw locked in. The referee has no choice other than to stop the match to assure Daniel Bryan's health, and The Fiend's title reign continues.


Men's Royal Rumble Match


In the main event of the Royal Rumble, 30 men compete to determine who will walk into the WrestleMania main event against a world champion of their choice. The 33rd annual Royal Rumble match is kicked off by Brock Lesnar and Ricochet. The ironman of the match is the Velveteen Dream, who journeyed through 1 hour and 13 minutes to the final four from the number 4 spot. The most eliminations goes to Brock Lesnar, who eliminated 9 competitors before being tossed out by the eventual winner. The final four of this Rumble is comprised of Dream from the number four position, Drew McIntyre from the 24 spot, Roman Reigns from the #15 entrance, and Kevin Owens, the 29th and last competitor to enter, and to be eliminated. Winning his first Royal Rumble, Drew McIntyre celebrates his victory before the sound of glass shatters, to a massive pop from the crowd. 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin appears on the stage wearing shorts, a hat, and a t-shirt with the words "Sheriff 3:16" written on it. Austin makes it to the ring and reveals he is the new General Manager of WWE, and tells the Scottish Psychopath he has the biggest choice of his life standing in front of him, and that whoever he chooses best watch their ass. The show ends with McIntyre saying that he will be the one to end Brock Lesnar's reign of terror, to thunderous applause, before having his hand raised by Stone Cold.



Predictions Results:    



@Sheridan - 5

 @Gunner - 4

@Alex Costa - 4

@Meko750 (Raven) - 3

@ArrowGargano - 2


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Episode Two

Monday, January 27, 2020 - Monday Night RAW


The first RAW following the Royal Rumble kicks off with three women standing in the ring. The Kabuki Warrior and Paige stand with grins on their faces, especially Asuka, the recently crowned Raw Women's Champion and second female Grand Slam Champion in WWE history. Paige claims Asuka is the best women's competitor on the RAW roster, and Kairi is just as good, before the theme of Becky Lynch plays. Lynch and Charlotte Flair walk onto the ramp, Charlotte talking first. She says she is the most accomplished competitor in the women's division, and if anybody wants to be called as such, they need to step to her in one on one competition. Paige is about to respond before Becky snaps and elbows Flair in the side of the head. She begins raining down a flurry of punches before security rushes out to pull the two apart, the Kabuki Warriors watching on.


The IIconics vs The Kabuki Warriors (c) w/ Paige - Non-Title


After Charlotte was helped backstage, we kick off our action with a matchup between the former and current Women's Tag Team Champions, as the Kabuki Warriors take on The IIconics. Following a decent period of having nothing to do, the Australians have a fire lit under them, and look to earn an opportunity to regain gold. Asuka is gassed from the previous night's brutal contest, leaving Kairi to fend for herself for the first portion of the match. The excellent teamwork and quick tags from the IIconics wear out the Pirate Princess. However, once Asuka is tagged in, she almost immediately locks in the Asuka Lock on Peyton Royce, forcing her to tap out very quickly. The victors pose in celebration of their victory as RAW heads to a commercial break.


After the commercial break, an empty ring and quiet arena are quickly filled by the sounds of a cheering audience and Stone Cold Steve Austin. Austin says that he's been named the General Manager of both RAW and SmackDown, and that the company has gotten soft. Under his leadership, cockamamie shit will be no more and competitors will wrestle for the sake of being the best wrestler, and that you have to earn opportunities to be the best. He confirms that there will be a draft following WrestleMania 36, and he also announces the abolishment of the Saudi Arabian pay per view contract. WWE's about to become a lot better with a new sheriff, and that's the bottom line, because Stone Cold said so. The crowd cheers as he leaves the ring, which leads us to our next match.


Ricochet vs EC3


Our second match on Austin's new RAW is between EC3 and Ricochet. A bad run of momentum has plagued both men, but a competition between the athletic Top One Percenter and the hyper-athletic Ricochet displays a good showing for both men. It what can be seen as a bit of a shock win, EC3 is able to put away the One and Only with a One Percenter. He grabs a microphone after the match, and says that he's tired of being seen as a joke, and that he is the Top One Percent. 2020 will be his year, he claims, and that starts with this victory. He then drops the microphone and exits the ring, before stopping and looking back at Ricochet, and going under the ring. EC3 pulls out a chair, slides into the ring and whacks the One and Only with the chair several times before throwing the chair to the wayside and leaving the ring, this time continuing up the ramp to the stage. RAW cuts to a commercial break as medical staff tends to Ricochet.


Samoa Joe vs Bobby Lashley


Following the commercial break, we see two of the more physically imposing men on the RAW roster go head to head in Samoa Joe and Bobby Lashley. Lashley's dominating amateur background and Joe's stiff strong style submission game clash for dominance, as neither man can seem to get a proper grip on momentum. Following a battle of forearms and punches, the Samoan Submission Machine gains the upper hand, and locks the Almighty into the Coquina Clutch, forcing him to pass out. Joe celebrates his victory as we cut backstage to Charly Caruso, who is standing by with Becky Lynch. Becky is asked why she assaulted her friend, Charlotte, to which she responds she's finished with people pleasing. Charlotte wants to parade around like she's better than everyone, but I've beat her on several occasions, Lynch claims, and I'm tired of being treated like I'm less than her. From now on, she continues, she'll be doing things her way, and that's to take what she wants.


Humberto Carrillo vs Cedric Alexander


Next up, we see two exciting cruiserweights do battle. Humberto Carrillo, the 24 year old upstart with pinfall victories over the likes of AJ Styles, and Cedric Alexander, the young veteran of the game, entering his eleventh year of active competition. The high flying styles of both men allow for the quick pace at which this match progresses, where Cedric remains one step ahead mentally while Carrillo is always a physical step forward. The former Cruiserweight Champion makes a fatal error, however, going for a Springboard Moonsault, only to be caught in midair by a dropkick, sending him flying back across the ring. Carrillo pins him for the three count, earning himself the respect of Cedric Alexander. The two men shake hands following the match and both head to the back.


A quick promo package plays of the Royal Rumble, and how Drew McIntyre went on to be victorious, even eliminating Brock Lesnar and his opponent tonight.


Drew McIntyre vs Kevin Owens


The Scottish Psychopath faces off against Kevin Owens, the man who he eliminated last to win the Royal Rumble, in one on one competition in the main event of RAW. The effects of the previous nights' events are clear in McIntyre's movements, while Owens is still rather fresh, having entered from the #29 spot. The Prizefighter works on the legs of Drew, attempting to cut down the larger man and limit the power of the Claymore Kick. Owens controls the pace of the match, but a break for McIntyre emerges when KO throws him off the ropes in preparation for the Pop-Up Powerbomb, and the Royal Rumble winner rebounds with a vicious Claymore Kick. From here, McIntyre is able to dish out some offense to Owens before the WWE Champion's music begins playing. McIntyre stops and stares down the entrance ramp waiting for The Beast to appear, before being whipped around and hit by Owens with a Stunner. Before the pin can be made, however, Brock leaps over the barricade and rushes the ring, assaulting Owens at the count of two and disqualifying Drew McIntyre. Owens is picked up and slammed down with an F5, leaving Brock to turn his attention on Drew McIntyre. The Beast Incarnate picks up The Scottish Psychopath, but is hit by a hard right hand. Brock responds with a clothesline that knocks McIntyre on his back, before picking up Drew and hitting a brutal F5. The show closes with Brock Lesnar holding his title above the fallen men and pointing to the WrestleMania sign.

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