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WWE: The NXT Chapter

WWE: The NXT Chapter

Pretty straight forward, right out of SummerSlam weekend with some changes to match outcomes.

NXT TakeOver Brooklyn
*Finishes identical unless otherwise stated.*

Jushin Thunder Liger df. Tyler Breeze by pinfall.

The Vaudevillians df. Blake & Murphy by pinfall - New NXT Tag Team Champions.

Apollo Crews df. Tye Dillinger by pinfall.

Samoa Joe df. Baron Corbin by submission.

Bayley df. Sasha Banks by pinfall - New NXT Women's Champion.

Ladder Match: Finn Balor df. Kevin Owens to retain the NXT Championship.

*Finishes identical unless otherwise stated.*

Sheamus df. Randy Orton by pinfall.

The New Day df. The Primetime Players, The Lucha Dragons & Los Matadores by pinfall - New Tag Team Champions.

Dolph Ziggler & Rusev fought to a double count out.

Neville & Stephen Amell df. Stardust & King Barrett by pinfall.

Ryback (c) df. The Miz & The Big Show by pinfall to retain the Intercontinental Championship.

Bray Wyatt & Luke Harper df. Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose by pinfall.
Harper hit Reigns with a chair while the referee tried to remove Ambrose from the ring, allowing Wyatt to hit Sister Abigail to get the win after Harper took a desperate Ambrose down with a discus lariat.

Seth Rollins df. John Cena by pinfall to retain the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and become the new United States Champion.
Watching at ringside, Ric Flair shook his head as Cena applied the figure four, and after an AA, he climbed over the barrier and pulled the referee out of the ring, allowing Rollins to low blow Cena, then hit a Pedigree with a second referee running down to count the fall. Flair smirked as he left the ring, and the incredibly smug Rollins stood victorious over Cena.

PCB df. The Bellas & Team B.A.D. by pinfall.
After The Bellas were eliminated thanks to Becky Lynch forcing Nikki to tap out to the Dis-Arm-Her, Charlotte won the match after spearing Naomi and making her tap to the Figure 8.

Cesaro df. Kevin Owens by pinfall.
Owens complacently went for the pop-up power bomb, only Cesaro countered by landing on his feet and caught a stunned Owens with an uppercut, followed by an Irish whip and a pop-up uppercut. The Neutralizer followed and Cesaro secured the victory.

Brock Lesnar df. The Undertaker by submission.
Opposed to the ending in real life, the referee did see Taker tapping in the Kimura.

Rosters & Champions

WWE Champion:
Kevin Owens
Intercontinental Champion: Bray Wyatt
United States Champion: Cody Rhodes
WWE Tag Team Champions: The Dudley Boyz
Divas Champion: Sasha Banks

John Cena - Currently Inactive
Brock Lesnar - Part Time Contract
Randy Orton
Roman Reigns
Daniel Bryan - Injured
The Undertaker - Part Time Contract
Finn Balor
Dolph Ziggler
Dean Ambrose
Seth Rollins
Triple H - Part Time Wrestler
Kevin Owens
Bray Wyatt
Chris Jericho - Casual Contract
Kofi Kingston
The Big Show
Big E Langston
The Miz
Luke Harper
Curtis Axel - Currently Inactive
Bo Dallas
Xavier Woods
Mark Henry
Tyson Kidd - Injured
Sin Cara
Bubba Ray Dudley
D-Von Dudley
Titus O'Neil
Jey Uso
Jimmy Uso
Erick Rowan
Darren Young
Damien Sandow - Currently Inactive
Fandango - Currently Inactive
Goldust - Injured
Adam Rose - Currently Inactive
David Otunga - Currently Inactive
Heath Slater

The Divas
Bayley - Yet to Debut
Becky Lynch
Sasha Banks
Nikki Bella
Brie Bella
Alicia Fox
Summer Rae
Rosa Mendes - Currently Inactive
Stephanie McMahon - Part Time Wrestler

Tag Teams/Stables
The Dudley Boyz
The Primetime Players
The Lucha Dragons
The Usos
Cesaro & Tyson Kidd - Currently Inactive
The New Day
The Wyatt Family
The Ascension
Los Matadores
The Bellas
Team B.A.D.


NXT Champion:
Samoa Joe
NXT Tag Team Champions: Jason Jordan & Chad Gable
NXT Women's Champion: Emma

Hideo Itami - Injured
Sami Zayn
Samoa Joe
Apollo Crews
Jack Swagger
Wade Barrett
Bull Dempsey
Solomon Crowe
Alex Riley - Currently Inactive
Baron Corbin
Tyler Breeze
Tye Dillinger
Zack Ryder
Mojo Rawley
Simon Gotch
Aiden English
Enzo Amore
Colin Cassady
Angelo Dawkins
Sawyer Fulton
Chad Gable
Dash Wilder
Scott Dawson
Jason Jordan
Wesley Blake
Buddy Murphy
Marcus Louis
Sylvester Lefort
Elias Samson

Tag Teams/Stables
The Vaudevillians
Enzo Amore & Big Cass
The Hype Bros
Blake & Murphy
The Mechanics
Jason Jordan & Chad Gable
Angelo Dawkins & Sawyer Fulton

The Divas
Billie Kay
Dana Brooke
Alexa Bliss
Eva Marie
Peyton Royce
Nia Jax
Cameron - Currently Inactive

Upcoming Pay-Per-Views & Network Specials


February 21st - Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH

WrestleMania XXXII
April 3rd - AT&T Center, Arlington, TX

Night of Champions
Live from Madison Square Garden
NXT TakeOver (7)
Hell in a Cell
Survivor Series
Tables, Ladders & Chairs
NXT TakeOver: London
2016 Royal Rumble

The shows will be less detailed than in the previous thread, due to less time available. I still have the passion, and the reason for starting a new thread is largely down to the progression of the roster in real time as to where I was.

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Oh, I am very intrigued to see this. Good luck, Nige. I'll be reading.

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I am doing something quite similar. I'm curious to see how ours will differ. I wish you good luck. I'll be reading.

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Good luck with this Nige, you know I always liked your shit... Oh and push the fuck out of BLUE PANTS!

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Will you still be doing this? Always enjoy your stuff!
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Raw - Monday August 24th 2015

Monday 24th August 2015
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, New York

*SummerSlam Recap*

Opening up the show was Brock Lesnar, along with his advocate, Paul Heyman. It was a more relaxed looking Beast Incarnate, while his advocate was beaming after his client's victory over The Undertaker at SummerSlam. Not hesitating for a second in mentioning the victory last night, Heyman emphasised how his client not only defeated The Undertaker having already broken the streak, but how he now made history in making Taker tap too. Continuing to hype up how legit Brock is, Heyman moved on to talk about the next step now Taker is "dead and buried." He said that it was an obvious step, and that step he said was Brock taking back what should've been his if it wasn't for Taker at Battleground in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Sending out a message to Seth Rollins, Heyman made it crystal clear that Brock is coming for him, he's taking him to Suplex City and taking the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

Not too happy, the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Seth Rollins was watching in the office of The Authority with Stephanie McMahon. Trying not to worry about the prospect of having to face Lesnar, Seth said he wasn't thinking about Brock or anything else, just his victory celebration scheduled for later. Taking a quick look around, he asked where Triple H was, and Steph responded by telling him he was with her dad. Looking preoccupied, Steph simply told Seth to enjoy his celebration and that he'd earned it. The smug champion nodded his head, smugly saying "I have," when a livid Triple H stormed in to tell his wife he was going home. The C.O.O. grabbed a carry case and stormed right back, and Steph immediately went to follow, leaving Rollins to ponder what was going on with The Authority.


Into the arena off the break, and there was another celebration going on as the new Tag Team Champions, The New Day hit the stage with the titles on show. Calling it a new day, Xavier Woods said it wasn't just a new day with new champions, but a new era, calling it the Era of Positivity. Just as he said that era starts now, the former champions, The Primetime Players' music hit and they walked out from the back. Suited up, Titus O'Neil & Darren Young joined the announce team, glancing the whole time at the men who took their titles last night.

Match 1
Non-Title Match

Mark Henry & R-Truth vs. The New Day w/Xavier Woods
Henry made Truth see the serious side of the match, and together, largely Henry, they isolated Kofi and caused trouble for the champions. Woods was panicking on the outside, but Big E showed off his strength by body slamming The World's Strongest Man. It came down to Big E & Truth, and after a spearing Henry off the apron, Big E tagged Kofi for the Big Ending/DDT combo from the top rope, and Kofi picked up the three. Boy did they celebrate, throwing the titles up for the watching Primetime Players to see.

Winners: The New Day @ 7:38.


We got some quick pre-recorded footage from earlier in the night when John Cena entered the building, asked for his response to his defeat to Seth Rollins at SummerSlam and the news that Rollins planned on having a celebration to mark his win. Obviously not in the mood for a party, Cena said he guessed he'd be the party pooper, and off he went, continuing into the building.

Cutting across the back, Renee Young was standing by with 'The Boss' Sasha Banks, who was said to have asked for the time. The former NXT Women's Champion was asked for Team B.A.D's response to losing out to PCB the night before at SummerSlam, and The Boss let rip. Making it clear how she felt about Team B.A.D., she said she was speaking for herself and herself only. Banks told Renee that Naomi & Tamina were the reason they lost at SummerSlam, as well as being the reason PCB find themselves closer to a title shot than her. She told Renee she couldn't explain how angry that made her, stating how she is the reason the whole Divas Revolution started in the first place, not The Bellas, PCB or the two women who aren't just Team B.A.D., but are bad, adding that they made her look back, and that she couldn't accept. Off she walked having made her point, but panning to the other side, Naomi & Tamina were shown, and they clearly heard every word Sasha said.

A whole host of boos greeted Roman Reigns' music, and even though he ignored it as he & Dean Ambrose made their way into the ring, he had something to say. Not acknowledging the crowd though, Reigns called last night's defeat at SummerSlam "B.S." and said he was out to make it right. He called out Luke Harper, challenging him to a match, and it didn't take long for Luke Harper & Bray Wyatt to arrive on the stage. Mostly cheered by the smart crowd, Wyatt referred to the audience's reaction the past two nights, saying how it was clear to him it wasn't just him that thought 'anyone but Reigns'. Reigns was steaming, largely probably because of SummerSlam and not the crowd. Bray revelled in it, and he told Reigns that Harper was going to add to his anger by inflecting another bitter defeat on him, and off they went down the ramp.


Match 2
Roman Reigns w/Dean Ambrose vs. Luke Harper w/Bray Wyatt
Like last night, Harper brought a chair into the ring with the referee distracted as Ambrose tried to stop Bray getting involved. Bursting to take Reigns' head off again, Harper ran at him, only to find himself on the end of a spear. The referee turned in time to see it and kicked the chair out before counting the fall in front of a not so happy Wyatt.

Winner: Roman Reigns @ 12:47.

Post match, Reigns had something else to say, and he made it clear he wanted another 1-on-1 match with Wyatt, not getting an actual response as Bray just smirked with Harper rolling out to the floor.


An angry looking Kevin Owens was sipping a drink in the back when he was approached by Renee Young, who wanted to grab a word with him, not that he wanted any part of it. Saying "get out of my face, Renee," Owens wasn't so lucky. Renee showed some courage and said she understood why he wouldn't be in the best of moods given the two defeats over the weekend, and his mood got worse in the blink of an eye. Turning back and staring furiously at her, Owens asked her what she could possibly know. Glossing over NXT TakeOver and his failure to reclaim the NXT Championship from Finn Balor, he did blame that ladder match for his defeat to Cesaro, just 24 hours after being in a brutal match.

Confident he would've beaten Cesaro had he not have been in a ladder match the night before, Owens was in for a slight surprise when he glanced to the side and saw 'The Viper' Randy Orton. The Viper sn-iggered, then added his two cents, saying that all he's heard lately from Owens since the one big win he's actually and all the losses after is excuses. Owens was lost for words for once, raising a smirk from Orton, who said it was good that Owens finally had nothing to say. Off Randy walked in his trunks and a T-shirt with Owens staring a hole in the back of his head.

From one unhappy bunny to another, and The Miz entered the arena. Telling the crowd how he should've been standing there as Intercontinental Champion, Miz even said he would prove it to the unimpressed crowd. Saying how John Cena is no longer U.S. Champion and able to extend his open challenge anymore, Miz told the crowd how he extended one earlier for a match with anyone in the back. Out came a focused Randy Orton, and Miz already looked to be regretting his challenge.


Match 3
Randy Orton vs. The Miz
After trying to avoid Randy early, Miz had no choice but to get in the ring, and it was an RKO from The Viper that got him the victory despite some dirty tactics along the way from Miz. Before he could get his arm raised though, Orton was jumped by a livid Kevin Owens, who put the boots to Orton, not holding back one bit. Randy was dragged up and felt the force off the pop-up power bomb. Not satisfied with one, or two, Owens hit three pop-up power bombs. After leaving the ring, he came back again and dragged Orton out of the ring to power bomb the helpless Randy on to the ring apron, resulting in the referee immediately checking on Randy, as the cold, remorseless Owen just watched on before eventually backing away.

Winner: Randy Orton @ 8:14.


We got a recap of went down before the break between Kevin Owens & Randy Orton, and we saw Randy being treated by EMTs during the break at ringside.

Heading through the back ready for action was the Intercontinental Champion, Ryback, only there was someone waiting for him in The Big Show. Blatantly still thinking about his failure to win Ryback's title at SummerSlam, The World's Largest Athlete told him to be aware that the only reason he was still Intercontinental Champion is because he knocked The Miz out cold. Not intimidated, Ryback calmly listened to be told that he couldn't beat Big Show 1-on-1, and that he'd be knocked out for the 1-2-3 just like Miz was. Still not worried, Ryback said there was one obvious way to find out whether that was the truth or not, and he challenged Show for a match next week with the title on the line. Also calm, Show agreed, telling him it was "on," but that he was taking the Intercontinental Championship this time.

Match 4
Cesaro & Ryback vs. The Ascension
Both fresh off victories at SummerSlam, Cesaro & Ryback were calm & composed in their match. Looking to make a point though, Konnor & Viktor did a good job of isolating Ryback for a few minutes after they double teamed him behind the ref's back. Eventually he made a hot tag to The Swiss Superman, who cleaned house, and after a big swing to Viktor, he took Konnor out with a pop-up uppercut. The path was clear, and the unselfish Cesaro tagged Ryback in to finish the job on Viktor with Shell Shocked, sending a direct message afterwards down the camera to Big Show.

Winners: Cesaro & Ryback @ 6:25.


A video promo hyped this week's Smackdown, only instead of the normal Smackdown broadcast, in its place will be a rerun of NXT TakeOver Brooklyn!

The victorious trio from last night in PCB made their way out into the Barclays Center, and they were understandably in high spirits having come out on top in the triple threat elimination match at SummerSlam. Paige took the lead, talking of the pride they had in achieving what they set out to at SummerSlam, although she called it only the first step. The next she said is taking the Divas Championship from Nikki Bella, who Paige pointed out was made to tap out by the proud 'Lass Kicker' Becky Lynch. They were quickly joined by The Bellas, who entered the ring with Nikki telling all three members of PCB that they achieved nothing as she's still Divas Champion, and she lifted it up in front of them.

Stephanie McMahon joined the party, walking out to the stage. She put Nikki in her place, letting the Divas Champion know she thought it was about time she proved herself, and given what happened at SummerSlam, it was her opinion PCB proved they deserved an opportunity at her title. The shock to Nikki came in learning that she will be defending her title against all three of them at Night of Champions in a fatal four way match. That wasn't it, with Stephanie giving Becky the chance to again make Nikki tap in an impromptu match.


Match 5
Non-Title Match

Becky Lynch w/Paige & Charlotte vs. Nikki Bella w/Brie Bella & Alicia Fox
The Lass Kicker was so determined to make her mark against Nikki again, and she blocked the big forearm shot to take the Divas Champion down into the Dis-Arm-Her. Just as it looked like Nikki was going to have to tap again, she fought her way towards the ropes. Alicia jumped up on the apron to distract the referee and Brie reached inside to drag Niki out of the ring. As soon as that happened, Alicia jumped down and helped Brie take Nikki away from ringside, resulting in a count out and three unhappy PCB members.

Winner: Becky Lynch @ 10:51 (Count Out).


Dolph Ziggler & Lana walked into The Authority's office to speak with Stephanie McMahon, and The Show Off acknowledged their past problems, but told her that if she truly wanted what was best for business, she'd agree what was best for business was making a rematch between him & Rusev. After hearing Dolph say how no one liked how their SummerSlam match ended, Stephanie agreed, adding that the rematch will take place next week, and that it will be a Falls Count Anywhere match. Just as Dolph & Lana left, Tom Phillips walked in, wanting to know what the situation is with Triple H walking out earlier in the show. Stephanie was about to answer when her father, Mr. McMahon walked in and told Phillips to leave him & his daughter to it, and he did as she was told with tension seemingly in the air.

Match 6
Neville vs. Sheamus
We got an incredibly competitive match, and a physical one with Neville responding to Sheamus's stiff offense. Stiff kicks came from the Englishman, and when he ducked a Brogue Kick, he exploded with a super kick to set Mr. Money in the Bank up for the Red Arrow. Unfortunately for Neville, Stardust came running down the ramp and jumped up on the apron. Neville and the referee tried to talk him down, but Sheamus was able to sit up and jump into the ropes. Neville hit the deck and Sheamus retreated to the opposite corner, and this time hit the Brogue Kick to pick up the win and delight Stardust.

Winner: Sheamus @ 11:53.

After Stardust left, Sheamus grabbed a stick and his briefcase, declaring himself "unstoppable" having defeated Randy Orton last night, now Neville, and how we're looking at the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion.


We caught up with Neville as he walked back from the ring during the break, and to camera he said that he thought after SummerSlam it would be all over, admitting he was probably being naive. That wasn't all, and he said more than anything, he felt sorry for "Cody, not the cartoon character he's pretending to be," and that was all he was willing to say as he walked off.

The Main Event
Paige & Charlotte w/Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks & Naomi w/Tamina
With The Bellas watching backstage, PCB went looking for another victory. It looked like Naomi & Tamina had put Sasha's comments behind them, all until The Boss accidentally knocked Naomi off the apron when Paige ducked a forearm shot. Paige tried to set her up for the RamPaige, but when they collided and Sasha crawled across looking for a tag with Naomi getting back on the apron, Naomi jumped back down and walked out with Tamina. Sasha was shocked & pissed, and she turned around into a spear from Charlotte, followed up by the Figure 8, leaving Sasha no option but to tap, amusing Naomi & Tamina gretaly.

Winners: Paige & Charlotte @ 9:47.


It was time for Seth Rollins' victory celebration, and the tremendously smug WWE World Heavyweight Champion didn't hold back in his gloating in defeating the man who he said likes to call himself "the man who runs the place." Wanting to state he is in fact the man who runs the place, Rollins also said he ran over John Cena like he ran over Brock Lesnar, Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns, calling himself "simply, the man." Unsurprisingly, John Cena had something to say, and out came Cena to interrupt the furious WWE Champion. Cena wasn't in the mood to listen to any of his crap, firmly telling him to shut his mouth for once. Before getting to the controversial finish, Cena said all SummerSlam proved was what he's said for weeks, that Rollins is a joke and doesn't deserve to carry the title. Getting to the finish, Cena told the crowd he was shocked Ric Flair decided to interfere in the match, and fortunately for Cena, he got an answer with 'The Nature Boy' Ric Flair walking down to the ring to explain.

The Greatest of All Time said it was simple, and as much as he was there to support Cena in the front row at SummerSlam, he told him that he took it as an insult when Cena tried to use his own finishing move (figure four) to try and match his 16th world title. Cena attempted to apologise, stressing it wasn't personal, but Flair didn't budge. The Nature Boy reminded Cena how he's always spoken up for him, and because of that, he was even angrier when he saw what he thought was a sign of disrespect. Taking the chance to stick it to Cena a bit, he said that as much as Cena is one win away from matching his number of world titles, he will never be considered one of The Greatest of All Time. Turning to Rollins too, Flair said that as much as he's known for being The Greatest of All Time, he's also known as being The Dirtiest Player in The Game, and as much as some people might not like Rollins, he said to be the champion, you have to beat the champion. That led to Cena saying that's what he intends to do, and he extended a challenge to Rollins to prove himself by accepting a match at Night of Champions, not just for the rematch for the United States title, but the WWE title too.

Rollins laughed, then told Cena he only has a rematch for one title and he'll have to settle for that. Referring to Rollins calling himself "the man," Cena told him to finally back it up by proving he is, and not the joke of a champion and the Authority puppet everyone knows he is by putting both titles on the line at Night of Champions. Rollins was livid, pacing from side to side, and just as he said he was going to give Cena his answer, Brock Lesnar's music hit and The Beast walked intently down to the ring with Paul Heyman following. Flair calmly left the ring, and Rollins shoved Cena into Brock before fleeing. Cena turned his head and shook it in disgust at Rollins, before turning back into an F5 from Lesnar. Rollins backed away laughing, but Heyman took a microphone and told Seth that he won't be laughing for very long, assuring him that Brock hasn't forgotten WrestleMania & Battleground. The warning came from Heyman, that whenever Lesnar is granted another match with him, he will be going to Suplex City, and with The Undertaker not around anymore, he wouldn't be coming back this time to save Rollins' ass, and once again while Rollins faces his Armageddon, Brock Lesnar will be WWE Champion.

Next Week
Intercontinental Championship

Ryback (c) vs. The Big Show

Falls Count Anywhere
Dolph Ziggler vs. Rusev

Night of Champions (September 20th)
United States Championship

John Cena vs. Seth Rollins (c)

Divas Championship
Paige vs. Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch vs. Nikki Bella (c)
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NXT: TakeOver Brooklyn (TV Taping - 26th August 2015)
*Finishes identical unless otherwise stated.*

The Mechanics, Jason Jordan & Chad Gable df. Enzo Amore, Colin Cassady & The Hype Bros by pinfall.
Mojo took the fall for the face quartet, falling victim to Jordan & Gable's Grand Amplitude.

Eva Marie df. Carmella by pinfall.

Bull Dempsey df. Elias Samson by pinfall.

Charlotte df. Becky Lynch, Emma & Dana Brooke by submission.
After a Samoan Driver from Dana to Becky, she & Emma argued over who'd make the cover, allowing Charlotte the chance to spear Emma when she turned around. Dana tried to kick at Charlotte as she sat up, but Charlotte grabbed her boot and swept her feet from under her, giving her the opportunity to lock in the Figure 8 and make Dana tap out. Charlotte was congratulated by fellow PCB member in Becky after the bell, and The Lass Kicker left the ring to her as an unhappy Emma & Dana sat up in the ring.

Smackdown - 28th August 2015 (Rerun of NXT: TakeOver Brooklyn
*Finishes identical unless otherwise stated.*

Jushin Thunder Liger df. Tyler Breeze by pinfall.

The Vaudevillains df. Blake & Murphy by pinfall - New NXT Tag Team Champions.

Apollo Crews df. Tye Dillinger by pinfall.

Samoa Joe df. Baron Corbin by submission.

Bayley df. Sasha Banks by pinfall - New NXT Women's Champion.

Ladder Match: Finn Balor df. Kevin Owens to retain the NXT Championship.
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Raw - Monday August 31st 2015

Monday 31st August 2015
Amalie Arena
Tampa, Florida.

*A recap from last week was shown, featuring on how John Cena crashed Seth Rollins' celebration to challenge him to a rematch for the WWE World Heavyweight & United States Championships, only for Brock Lesnar to crash the party. After being shoved into The Beast by Seth, Cena was on the end of an F5 while the WWE Champion got out of dodge. As he watched on from the ramp, Seth heard Paul Heyman say that he'll be going back to Suplex City, and whenever Lesnar does get another title shot, he'll be taking the title back.*

We quickly went backstage after the intro from the announce trio, who hyped up the upcoming Dolph Ziggler/Rusev Falls Count Anywhere match, as well as the Intercontinental Championship match between Ryback, and the challenger, The Big Show, plus The New Day defending the tag team titles against The Primetime Players in their championship rematch. The shot went to The Authority arriving, being approached by Renee Young, who wanted to ask them about growing rumours between them & Mr. McMahon after Triple H left the building last week. The C.O.O. was clearly still angry about something, but it was Stephanie that firmly told Renee that they had something they intended to say later to her dad that "needw to be said."

A backstage segment with Roman Reigns was shown, with Dean Ambrose by his side. Reigns talked about how he's showed he's up for anything Bray has had to throw at him, and even when Bray thinks he's outsmarted him or got one over him, he's stood right back up, like last week when he beat Luke Harper. Referring to his challenge to a one-on-one match with Wyatt, Reigns said that he still hasn't had an answer, and how he wasn't waiting much longer for one, sending a message he was prepared to go get it himself. He said that one way or another, there would be a fight later.

Match 1
Falls Count Anywhere

Dolph Ziggler w/Lana vs. Rusev w/Summer Rae
In a heated rematch from SummerSlam, Dolph & Rusev went right after each other with Lana & Summer watching intently too. It was a fierce battle, but the ending came when Dolph was looking in deep trouble. With Lana close by on the ramp, watching & hoping Dolph could dodge in an oncoming jumping side kick, she saw The Show Off dodge it, only she ended up being so close to taking it herself. Rusev just missed her, and he looked genuinely concerned that he almost hit her by mistake. Lana was panicked too, and the awkwardness between her & Rusev gave her Dolph the chance to recover. When Rusev then turned around, Dolph leapt into action and hit a jumping DDT, and it was a desperate one. He couldn't take advantage straight away, and when he did manage to get back on his feet, Rusev was struggling back up. Sensing the opportunity, the determined Dolph hit the Zig Zag on the ramp and picked up a very hard fought victory.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler @ 19:09.


There was a heated exchange between Rusev & Summer Rae in the back, where Lana was shouting at The Bulgarian Brute, saying how clear it is he still has feelings for Lana. He tried to deny it, but she wasn't having any of it and stormed off, making him even angrier after his loss before the break to Dolph.

Into the arena, and Michael Cole was in the ring to introduce Kevin Owens, stating how Owens asked for the time. However when Owens got in the ring, he said he requested the time, but not Cole. He turned to ask Byron Saxton to get in the ring, saying he wanted to speak with him because he knows about him & NXT, adding that Cole's a moron into the bargain. Saxton reluctantly stepped inside and took over, saying how he got the impression Owens wanted time to address his recent run of defeats, to John Cena, then his defeats in Brooklyn to Cesaro, as well as his rematch for the NXT title. With a worrying smirk on his face, and clearly not impressed, Owens asked Saxton what else he thought, and Saxton said that there's a lot of people who've been questioning Owens' attitude & ego from day one when he spoke down to Cena on his Raw debut. Owens got in Saxton's face quite quickly and asked him whether he felt he had a big ego and an attitude problem, slapping Byron before he could even answer.

Beginning to berate him, KO shoved him hard, then drove his knee into his gut. The crowd booed Owens, who then pulled Saxton up to send him into the ropes and hit the pop-up power bomb to yet more heat. That quickly brought out Cesaro, and the man who defeated him at SummerSlam ran down to the ring, and the despicable Owens just left the ring as Cesaro checked on Saxton, before then getting a stick. The Swiss Superman called him a coward, then mentioned how he'd heard how Owens used his ladder match at TakeOver as an excuse for his defeat at SummerSlam, so he challenged him to a rematch so there's no excuse this time. Owens walked back to the apron, leaned inside and picked a stick back up to say that he has no problem with that and how he'd prove to everyone that he's right, just not tonight and in Florida, but on his own terms, next week, guaranteeing he'd make up for SummerSlam.


Walking backstage, Cesaro bumped into 'Mr. Money in the Bank' Sheamus, and he accidentally knocked the briefcase out of Sheamus's hands as they came together turning a corner. Cesaro bent down to pick it up, and he took an admiring look at it, leading to Sheamus snatching it right back out of his hands, making it clear to Cesaro it's his. Acknowledging that's the case, literally, Cesaro told Sheamus he heard his speech last week about being unstoppable, but how he disagrees and how he thinks there are people who can stop him, and to look no further. The Celtic Warrior wasn't interested, and he told Cesaro the only thing he should be worrying about is next week and trying to stop Kevin Owens doing to him what he did to Byron Saxton. As soon as Cesaro promised he'd deal with Owens next week, he told Sheamus maybe he'll try stopping him too. Sheamus didn't take too kindly to the threat, but he was soon laughing when Kevin Owens attacked Cesaro from behind, clubbing him across the back and shoving him into the wall. The intense Owens looked down at him before taking a quick glance at Sheamus and walking away. The amused Sheamus leaned over the squirming Cesaro and told him he wasn't worried about him stopping him after that, taking his briefcase with him when he left.

Video footage from earlier on showed The Primetime Players talking up their rematch later for the tag team titles against The New Day. Admitting how The New Day got the better of them at SummerSlam, Titus O'Neil said that was fine because they have this new day themselves and a rematch, and now that's it just him, Darren and them, no one else, that's all they need to be Tag Team Champions again.


Match 2
Tag Team Championship

The Primetime Players vs. The New Day (c) w/Xavier Woods
Titus & Darren were hell bent on getting their titles back, and just as it looked like they would with Young about to cover Kofi and Big E taken care of on the outside by Titus, Woods raced into the ring and hammered Young on the back with the trombone, resulting in a DQ. The crowd were pissed, as was Titus as he climbed back in the ring, grabbed the trombone, tossed it down and hit Clash of the Titus. He helped Young up, both disappointed they'd been cheated out of getting their titles back.

Winners: The Primetime Players @ 8:24 (DQ).


Backstage, The New Day were hobbling back from the ring when they were confronted by The Primetime Players, calling them a bunch of cowards and how they're not giving up getting their titles back. Xavier Woods told them they had their shot and it's gone, but to look on the positive side, that one day if they continue to fight to earn another shot, they could just get it. Titus flipped and tried to get at Woods with everyone flying in to slug it out until the already angry Authority walked in. Triple H dealt with it there & then, saying that there will be an end to it in a rematch at Night of Champions, and if New Day lose by DQ or count out, they'll lose the titles too.

The Big Show was interviewed by Tom Phillips ahead of his Intercontinental Championship match against Ryback. The World's Largest Athlete said he's sick of the Ryback hype, saying how he feels Ryback hasn't proved anything yet, other than that he was able to take advantage of his WMD at SummerSlam that KO'd Miz. Promising how it was now just the two of them, there was no hiding place for Ryback, and he was going to feel the force of the WMD himself, and lose the Intercontinental title.


Match 3
Intercontinental Championship

Ryback (c) vs. The Big Show
Show demonstrated his size advantage despite a fast start from Ryback that caught the challenger off guard. Ryback fought hard to keep his title though, getting his shoulder up after a chokeslam to leave Show shocked. It left Show turning to the WMD, and he hit it, only after Ryback ducked it to try lift him up for ShellShocked. Show fought his way down though, then Ryback turned by the ropes to get levelled by the WMD and rolled out of the ring to the floor. Show knew he couldn't win the title by count so went out to roll him back in, only Ryback had time on his side and got the shoulder up. Show went for another but Ryback ducked it again, and this time got Show up for ShellShocked, hitting it in front of an impressed crowd to retain his title in an impressive victory.

Winner: Ryback @ 10:47.


To camera during the break, Ryback said he showed Big Show he deserves to be Intercontinental Champion, and how proud he is that he is, and no matter how big or dangerous they are, he will fight anyone to keep it.

We got a response from Bray Wyatt with Luke Harper to Roman Reigns' challenge & statement earlier. Backstage in a dark spot, Bray joked about how he heard Roman desperately wants an answer from him. He reiterated what Reigns said himself about managing to outsmart him, but how last week's brief glimmer of hope isn't something Roman should get carried away with. Calling Reigns' victory over his brother (Harper) false hope, Bray said he would he introduce him to reality later, accepting the challenge.

Match 4
John Cena vs. The Miz
After Miz joked last week about Cena not being able to continue with the United States Open Challenge, Cena had the chance to get his hands on him. He had to wait a while though with Miz doing everything he could to delay the inevitable in getting in the ring after the bell. Despite using some clever & dirty tactics, Miz fell afoul of the AA, then the STF with Cena making him tap for the win.

Winner: John Cena @ 8:21.

Not content with the win, Cena called for a microphone, then called out Seth Rollins, saying it was time we found out whether Rollins really is the man he says he is, or whether he's still the coward who's full of crap. Out came an angry Seth Rollins to the stage, and he made it clear to everyone how he calls the shots, not Cena, especially in this situation he says given how Cena, as well as Brock Lesnar don't have rematches for his WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Confirming he'd spoken to The Authority about Paul Heyman's promise last week about Brock being champion, Seth said he was breaking bad news, saying it simply wasn't going to happen and to deal with it. He then told Cena that he has to deal with the fact that the only rematch he has and is going to get is for the United States Championship at Night of Champions, and no amount of name calling is going to change it. Signing off and leaving Cena disgusted, Rollins repeated that all Cena can do is "deal with it," slamming the stick down before heading backstage.


Brief footage from a sit-down interview between Michael Cole & Neville was shown, following up on Neville's comments last week after Stardust played a part in him losing to Sheamus. Cole asked Neville to clarify what he meant when he said he "felt sorry for Cody," and "that was all" he was going to say. Neville responded by saying how much Dusty Rhodes meant to him & everyone who's come through NXT, and how hard his passing has been on them and the entire locker room. Referring to Stardust, or Cody, the Brit said that it must be even harder for him, which is why he feels sorry for him, as much as Stardust cost him a big match last week, in addition to their recent issues. Going further, Neville gave his opinion that Cody is hiding behind Stardust to stop opening up about and accepting Dusty's passing.

Match 5
Neville vs. Stardust
There were plenty of 'Cody' chants before and then after the bell, and Neville told his rival to listen to them. The crowd jumped on it too, and they got louder, getting in Stardust's head as he tried to block them out, before eventually leaving the ring and walking right back up the ramp. Not really caring about the count out, Neville looked more concerned than anything for Stardust, who'd walked backstage.

Winner: Neville @ 0:24 (Count Out).


The Authority made their way to the ring to get whatever it was off their chest, and Triple H took the lead. Going over his decision to walk out last week, he said that he went to Vince to demand change, stating that the time is now, bringing up how he's taken NXT to the same level as Raw & Smackdown by selling out the Barclays Center the night before SummerSlam. He mentioned how they're close to selling out a UK tour in just a week, yet still he said Vince will not listen to him & Stephanie to oversee the changes that they both know the business & company needs. Steph took over and pointed to the Divas Revolution, reminding everyone that it started in NXT, and how her dad had to be forced to listen to them about starting that on Raw. She said that she & Hunter aren't satisfied with that, saying it's the time for a revolution of the whole company, and if her dad doesn't like it or accept it, they'll make him.

That brought out Mr. McMahon, and the Chairman of the Board strode down to make his point, saying that NXT is different in a number of ways, and that he didn't appreciate them airing their grievances in public, but since they're adamant about creating change, he allowed them the chance to change his mind. After allowing TakeOver Brooklyn to air last Friday, he also gave them Smackdown this week to do with whatever they want with, and Trips grudgingly said that'll do for a start, but that's all it is. Having a brief word with his wife, he went on to say they're going to showcase NXT, including the two new champions crowned in Brooklyn in the Women's Champion, Bayley and the Tag Team Champions, The Vaudevillains. The passionate C.O.O. also said we'll see the man who defeated Kevin Owens in a ladder match to retain the NXT Championship in Finn Balor. For all that, he said we'd also get a glimpse of the latest sensation to hit NXT in Apollo Crews, as well as the guy he said was the hottest free agent in the business for years in Samoa Joe. Pleading for the fans who don't watch NXT, he said to make sure they watch Smackdown this week to see the future of the business.


A video promo aired for the upcoming Night of Champions pay-per-view in just under three weeks.

The WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Seth Rollins caught up with The Authority backstage, sucking up to them by telling them how great it was in what they said to Vince, reminding us how he too was the future and the first ever NXT Champion. He called himself "the now," and the poster boy for their campaign for change. Stephanie said he was right, but when Seth then asked them if they heard how he told John Cena where he can shove his ideas for another shot at the WWE Championship, they didn't agree as much. Trips said that as much as they've shown faith in him, he said it's time Rollins changed a bit too, and now that change is coming, he told Seth it's time to prove he really is "the now," and that him being WWE Champion is best for business. Leaving Rollins with even more to think about, Stephanie said that there's soon going to be a whole lot of competition who'd be trying to show them that they're best for business, and Seth might want to think about that too.

A very unhappy Sasha Banks made her way to the ring, and The Boss talked about how Naomi walked out on her last week. She said she wasn't bothered about no longer being part of Team B.A.D. because everyone knows exactly who was "the boss" of that group. Saying how she's really okay with that, she said she's best off on her own, just like she was in NXT when she started the Divas Revolution, and no matter just who claims they started it, Sasha made it perfectly clear she felt it was on her watch as Divas Champion. She told the crowd to go watch some of her matches that everyone has been talking about. Blaming Team B.A.D. for how she's ended up missing out on a shot at the Divas Championship, The Boss adamantly stated it won't take her long to go get one and become Divas Champion, vowing to do it like a "boss." The three women who'll challenge Nikki Bella at Night of Champions in the fatal four way in PCB hit the stage, and Charlotte said as much as Sasha was part of the Divas Revolution, the fact is they were all part of it together. Becky was passed the stick and echoed Charlotte's thoughts, and when Paige was passed it, she said that she was the one who set the path for all of them, but she was happy to let Sasha prove her wrong "right now," as well as telling Sasha she'd show her who the real "boss" is. Not shying away, Sasha told Paige to "bring it," and Paige needed no invitation, heading right down the ramp.


Match 6
Paige w/Charlotte & Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks
There was no holding back from either diva with some stiff shots early on, especially from Paige. After some close calls for both sides, it all came to a head when The Bella Army, who'd joined the announce team during the break before the start of the match stood up and attacked Charlotte & Becky when Paige was about to lock in the P.T.O. Paige let go of Sasha to walk to the apron, shouting down at The Bellas & Alicia. It gave The Boss the chance to get back on her feet and hit a back stabber from behind, allowing her to follow it up with the Bank Statement. Paige gallantly tried to hold on, but she couldn't and tapped out to give the smug Sasha the win, much to the satisfaction of The Bella Army.

Winner: Sasha Banks @ 13:09.


An all smiling Sasha Banks walked through the back and up to Naomi & Tamina, taking a long look at them before leaving with a big 'snap' to their faces, not impressing Team B.A.D. whatsoever.

The Main Event
Roman Reigns w/Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt w/Luke Harper
It was a brutal main event, and it looked like it could go the way of Reigns when he rolled out the way of a running senton, then sized Bray up for the Superman punch, and he hit it. Harper was panicking, and he grabbed a chair, entering the ring with it too. Ambrose managed to slip in the ring and club him from behind, meaning Harper dropped the chair. As their brawl continued, Harper shoved Ambrose back into the referee, who fell to the mat, but then a spear came Harper's way from Reigns. Wyatt though picked the chair up as Reigns stared down at Harper, and thankfully for him, Ambrose saw it and took the chair from him. Ambrose goaded Bray with the chair as he slowly stood back up, looking forward to cracking his skull open, only when Bray stood up and screamed at him to hit him, Bray ducked it and Reigns turned & walked into it instead. Ambrose was left stunned, and Bray took advantage, kicking Ambrose in the gut and hitting Sister Abigail. With Reigns at his mercy, Bray dragged him up and hit Sister Abigail to him too. The referee came round and crawled across to count to three, leaving Bray a very happy, yet creepy man as the show came to a close.

Winner: Bray Wyatt @ 16:49.

Next Week
Cesaro vs. Kevin Owens

Night of Champions (September 20th)
United States Championship

John Cena vs. Seth Rollins (c)

Divas Championship
Paige vs. Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch vs. Nikki Bella (c)

Tag Team Championship
Titles Can Change Hands By Disqualification or Count Out

The Primetime Players vs. The New Day (c)
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NXT - 2nd September 2015

Wednesday 2nd September 2015
Full Sail University
Winter Park, Florida

The intro went over TakeOver Brooklyn, featuring Jushin Thunder Liger's victory over Tyler Breeze, Apollo Crews' debut victory against Tye Dillinger, The Vaudevillians defeating Blake & Murphy for the tag team titles, Bayley's title victory over Sasha Banks, and ending with Finn Balor retaining his NXT title against Kevin Owens.

The show started with William Regal in the ring, and he introduced Finn Balor, congratulating the NXT Champion on his victory over Kevin Owens and remaining NXT Champion. What he called him out for though was to inform of him an arrangement made with Jushin Thunder Liger, that if Liger defeated Tyler Breeze at TakeOver Brooklyn, which he did, he would receive a title match at the next live special. The G.M. announced that Balor will defend the title against Liger at the next special in five weeks, and that wasn't all. Regal went on to tell Balor & Full Sail that in the meantime, a tournament will take place to determine the next contender for the NXT Championship, starting next week and culminating in the semi finals & final at TakeOver.

After Balor said he was looking forward to facing Liger again and how he thought the tournament was a terrific idea, they were interrupted by 'The Perfect 10' Tye Dillinger. Telling them that he is in fact a perfect 10, Dillinger said that a tournament wasn't necessary and he should be facing Balor at the next special anyway. Regal told him that if he was a perfect 10, he won't have a problem competing in the tournament, starting next week when he was told he would be taking on Samoa Joe in a first round match. Regal then gave him the chance to be at the peak of his powers by putting him in a tune up match against another competitor in the tournament, and out came Bull Dempsey.

Match 1
Bull Dempsey vs. Tye Dillinger
Balor had joined the announce team, and after showing off straight away, Dillinger got knocked down by an unimpressed Dempsey. The Bull came out to fight, but his fitness became a concern when Dillinger left the ring and it led to a chase. Despite his fitness work in recent weeks, it was clear he still has some work to do. Dillinger took advantage with a lariat when Bull got back in the ring. Bull was there for the taking and Dillinger finished the job with his inverted driver to pick up the win, looking right up at Balor as he got his arm raised. Out though came Samoa Joe, staring down at Dillinger, and then looking towards Balor too.

Winner: Tye Dillinger @ 4:32.

A video package hyped NXT taking over Smackdown tomorrow night.

A brief video with Tyler Breeze was shown, where Prince Pretty said that Jushin Thunder Liger got lucky at TakeOver, and that if anyone deserves a title match, it's Prince Pretty. Vowing to prove it though, Breeze said he will beat anyone in his path and claim championship gold.

Apollo Crews was interviewed by Devin Taylor, talking about how incredible it was to make his debut in Brooklyn in front of 15,000 people, and how amazing it is now he has a chance to win a shot at the NXT Championship. He told Devin it hasn't sunk in, but that he came to NXT to go all the way to the top, and that's what he's going to do. Rhyno interrupted, and he told Crews he came to NXT to do exactly the same thing, adding it's unfortunate for Crews, telling him that they'll be facing each other in the number one contender tournament and reality will crashing come down on him in the form of a 'GORE, GORE, GORE!'

Match 2
Non-Title Match

The Vaudevillians w/Blue Pants vs. Angelo Dawkins & Sawyer Fulton
The new tag team champions were given a warm welcome back from the Full Sail crowd, but not the former champions, Blake & Murphy, who along with Alexa Bliss stormed the ring. Bliss attacked Blue Pants while English was pulled off the apron. Gotch was attacked next with the DQ awarded to them. Gotch was on the end of the suplex from Murphy, and then Blake hit the frog splash.

Winners: The Vaudevillains @ 2:10 (DQ).

Alexa jumped in the ring with a stick to tell the crowd that it was a travesty what happened in Brooklyn with the circus performers taking the tag team titles. She made it clear that Blake & Murphy have a rematch, and vowed that they'll get the titles back, but first, walking to the apron and leaning over the ropes to look down at the squirming Blue Pants, Bliss said that she was going to make her pay next week. Throwing the stick down at Blue Pants, Alexa turned around and rejoined the angry former champions.

Match 3
Mojo Rawley w/Zack Ryder vs. Rhyno
The Man Beast prepared for his upcoming tournament match with Apollo Crews by going head-to-head with Rawley, and even the hyper Mojo was feeling flat, thanks to Rhyno. It was fairly routine, and Ryder could only look on as Rhyno wrapped up the win with a gore, sending a message to Crews, and everyone else involved in the number one contender tournament.

Winner: Rhyno @ 3:24.

We got brief footage from after TakeOver Brooklyn with Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady, and then Jason Jordan & Chad Gable. Firstly, Enzo & Cass said how it was something else to be in Brooklyn in front of 15,000 of "their people," but in spite of that and the reaction they got, they weren't happy with what went down in the ring. Big Cass said they were going to move on from it though and show the world what they're all about. The smug Jordan & Gable were all smiles, remaining calm & composed, saying that they proved what they've known after the few matches they've had, that they're on the way to becoming tag team champions.

Match 4
Billie Kay vs. Eva Marie
The Full Sail crowd enjoying seeing some nice looking kicks put Eva down, but after getting her knees up to a standing moonsault, The Total Divas star dragged Kay up and hit Sliced Red to pick up another unpopular win. She couldn't celebrate completely though, as a video promo hyped the upcoming debut of Asuka.

Winner: Eva Marie @ 3:55.

The new Women's Champion, Bayley entered Full Sail to an enormous pop for her title celebration. It was an emotional moment for her, and after streamers & balloons had been released, Bayley thanked the crowd for always believing in her, telling them she wouldn't have had the opportunity to even become a champion if it wasn't for them. She said that it was the greatest moment of her life, and even though she wouldn't change anything about Saturday night in Brooklyn, she did say she was happy to be back in front of them. She promised them she isn't going to let them down and she will be the best champion she can be. However her party was crashed by Emma & Dana Brooke, and the party poopers mocked her, teasing how sick they were hearing what she was saying. They even suggested Bayley couldn't care less about the people, and when Bayley stood up for herself and called them selfish, jealous and trouble makers, they attacked her and stomped all over her, all until an angry Carmella ran down and saw them off with Emma & Dana leaving happily, having made their point.

A Nia Jax 'Coming Soon' video was shown.

Footage of Bayley & Carmella coming back from the ring was shown, and the Women's Champion spoke to camera, saying that she's come too far to be bullied by people like Emma & Dana (Brooke), and she's not going to let them. Carmella piped in too, saying she's not going to let it happen either, and that she's going to show them how she takes care of trash like them where she comes from.

The Main Event
Solomon Crowe vs. Tyler Breeze
Two of the competitors in the number one contender tournament to start next week looked to put a marker down, and they both went all out. Crowe was even fiercer than normal, but he came up against a determined Prince Pretty, out to make up for his defeat at TakeOver. It wasn't clean, and after a near miss collision between Crowe and the referee, Breeze gauged Crowe's eyes, before hitting a Beauty Shot to secure the win. He gestured after getting his arm raised that he will soon have gold around his waist.

Winner: Tyler Breeze @ 9:03.

Next Week
Number One Contender Tournament 1st Round

Samoa Joe vs. Tye Dillinger

Blue Pants vs. Alexa Bliss

TakeOver (October 7th)
NXT Championship:
Finn Balor (c) vs. Jushin Thunder Liger

Number One Contender Tournament Semi Finals & Final
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