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The calendar says July 15th, 2013. The night Monday Night RAW the night after World Wrestling Entertainment’s annual Pay-Per View, Money In The Bank. But this isn’t just a normal Monday Night on RAW… Tonight history will indeed be made, as it’s time for changes in the biggest professional wrestling company in the world. What do I mean by changes?? Let me take you back…

56 days ago………

It was May 20th, 2013… The night after the Pay-Per View Extreme Rules. The one night of the year where WWE goes extreme! Rivalries were taken to the extreme, rivalries were ended, titles changed hands and stretchers were used. But when the lights of Extreme Rules were shut, when people were excitingly wondering what could happen in the aftermath of the exciting Pay-Per View they just witnessed, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon tweeted and made it official on WWE.com that the next day on RAW the future of World Wrestling Entertainment would change. And surely enough, the next night on RAW Mr. McMahon himself walked to the ring, got on the mic, and told everyone watching all over the world that come July 15th, 2013, the night after Money In The Bank, WWE’s annual draft would take place. But what made this announcement even more ground shaking was that Mr. McMahon announced that this draft were going to be the first step towards the third Brand Extension ever, meaning that from July 15th and forward WWE will once again be divided into two rosters, RAW and SmackDown.


Roster

RAW

Males

Alex Riley
Brock Lesnar
Chris Jericho
CM Punk
Cody Rhodes
Curt Hawkins
Damien Sandow
David Otunga
Dean Ambrose
Epico
The Great Khali
Jey Uso
Jimmy Uso
John Cena
JTG
Kane
Mark Henry
Primo
Randy Orton
Rey Mysterio
Rob Van Dam
Roman Reigns
Ryback
Seth Rollins
Sin Cara
Undertaker
William Regal
Zack Ryder

Females

Alicia Fox
Brie Bella
Kaitlyn
Natalya
Nikki Bella
Rosa Mendes

Tag Teams/Stables

Primo and Epico
The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins)
The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso)
Team Rhodes Scholars (Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow)

Champions



Money In The Bank Holder



Staff

General Manager: Vickie Guerrero
Commentators: Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler
Ring Announcers: Justin Roberts
Backstage Interviewer: Matt Striker

Others

Hornswoggle (Occasional wrestler, valet for The Great Khali)
Paul Heyman (Representative of Brock Lesnar and CM Punk)


SmackDown

Males

Alberto Del Rio
Antonio Cesaro
Big E Langston
Big Show
Brodus Clay
Camacho
Christian
Daniel Bryan
Darren Young
Dolph Ziggler
Drew McIntyre
Evan Bourne
Ezekiel Jackson
Fandango
Heath Slater
Hunico
Jack Swagger
Jinder Mahal
Justin Gabriel
Kofi Kingston
The Miz
R-Truth
Santino Marella
Sheamus
Ted DiBiase
Tensai
Titus O’Neil
Tyson Kidd
Wade Barrett
Yoshi Tatsu

Females

AJ
Aksana
Cameron
Layla
Naomi
Tamina Snuka

Tag Teams/Stables

3MB (Heath Slater, Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal)
Hunico and Camacho
International Airstrike (Justin Gabriel and Tyson Kidd)
Prime Time Playas (Darren Young and Titus O’Neil)
Tons of Funk (Brodus Clay and Tensai)

Champions



Money In The Bank Holder



Staff

General Manager: Booker T
Commentators: John Bradshaw Layfield and Josh Matthews
Ring Announcer: Lilian Garcia
Backstage Interviewer: Renee Young

Others

Summer Rae (Valet of Fandango)
Zeb Colter (Valet of Jack Swagger)

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Extreme Rules 2013

Pre-Show

The Miz defeats Cody Rhodes

Main Show

Chris Jericho defeats Fandango

Dean Ambrose defeats Kofi Kingston to become the new United States Champion

Mark Henry defeats Sheamus in a Strap match

Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns defeats Team Hell No in a Tornado Tag Team match to become the new WWE Tag Team Champions

Randy Orton defeats Big Show in an Extreme Rules match

Alberto Del Rio defeats Jack Swagger in a Falls Count Anywhere match to become the #1 Contender for the WWE Championship

Triple H defeats Brock Lesnar in a Steel Cage match

John Cena vs. Ryback in a Last Man Standing match for the WWE Championship ended with No Decision


Build-Up to WWE Payback

WWE Championship

On May 20th, Ryback showed up in an ambulance and laid out a challenge to John Cena for an Ambulance match at Payback for the WWE Championship. He even cemented his challenge by attacking Zack Ryder after Ryder lost to Cody Rhodes, and putting him inside the ambulance which Ryback arrived in earlier. Because of the violent match and the bone chilling ending at Extreme Rules, it took two weeks for Cena to answer the challenge, but on June 3rd Cena made his acceptance of the challenge clear to Ryback when Cena appeared behind Ryback after Ryback’s victory against Zack Ryder, hit the Attitude Adjustment on Ryback and then accepting his challenge. Leading up to Payback, both Ryback had victories against midcarders while Cena wasn’t in action. On June 10th both Ryback and Cena had strong words towards each other in interviews backstage. Later on that night the official contract signing were scheduled, and after both Ryback and Cena had signed it got physical and ended up with Ryback Shell Shocking Cena and telling him that he could finish him off right there but he wouldn’t wanna miss the satisfaction off watching Cena be driven away in an ambulance while raising the title Ryback had just taken from him.

World Heavyweight Championship

After defeating Jack Swagger at Extreme Rules in an impromptu Falls Count Anywhere #1 Contender match, Alberto Del Rio was facing Big E Langston the next night on RAW when Swagger attacked Del Rio and laid him out. On May 24th on SmackDown, Swagger and Zeb Colter came out and explained that Swagger attacked Del Rio because he felt cheated out of a World Heavyweight Championship match at Extreme Rules, all because Dolph Ziggler had to go and get himself a concussion. Swagger also said that there’s a lot of difference between preparing to having to climb a ladder to win a match, and then suddenly being put into a Falls Count Anywhere match instead. The Senior Adviser to the SmackDown General Manager Teddy Long came out and said that although Swagger was the one who delivered the kick that gave Ziggler the concussion, Swagger also had a point in his complaints. Teddy then told Swagger that if he could beat Del Rio later on, he would be added to the title picture. Swagger did beat Del Rio after Colter got involved, and the next week on RAW it was announced that the match that was supposed to happen at Extreme Rules would now take place at Payback as it would be a Triple Threat Ladder match for the World Heavyweight Championship. Vickie Guerrero also came out and said that she had talked to Teddy Long in Booker T’s absence, and they agreed to give AJ and Big E the power to choose both Del Rio’s and Swagger’s opponent for the upcoming SmackDown. On May 31st on SmackDown it was revealed by AJ that Swagger’s opponent would be Chris Jericho, while Big E revealed himself to be Del Rio’s opponent. Swagger beat Jericho after Fandango caught Jericho attention, while Big E defeated Del Rio after AJ made sure that the referee turned his back to the action on the right time. The heat between Del Rio and Swagger continued all the way to when Ziggler returned on the June 10th episode of RAW. Ziggler was informed that now that Swagger and Del Rio had been in action while Ziggler was sidelined, Del Rio and Swagger would now get to choose who Ziggler would face both on RAW and SmackDown. Swagger started on RAW and chose Big Show, but the match ended in a No Contest as Randy Orton got involved and RKO’d Show. On SmackDown Del Rio chose The Great Khali as Ziggler’s opponent, but after some help from Big E behind the referee’s back Ziggler won that match as well. But then after the match first Swagger and then Del Rio ran to the ring to attack. It ended up in a four man brawl with Big E getting involved, but in the end Del Rio stood tall.

United States Championship and WWE Tag Team Championships

The Shield showed up on RAW the night after Extreme Rules and explained that justice once again got served last night as Ambrose won the United States Championship, and Reigns and Rollins became Tag Team Champions. Later on they fought in a scheduled 6-man Tag Team match against Team Hell No and Kofi Kingston, a match Shield won when Reigns pinned Kane. The following week it was announced that both Team Hell No and Kingston would get their respective rematches at Payback. On the June 3rd edition of RAW Shield attacked Kofi, but Team Hell No came to the aid of Kofi and cleared the ring. Immediately following the commercials Kofi, Kane and Bryan showed up in Vickie Guerrero’s office and expressed how they were tired of the way Shield always seemed to be able to get the numbers advantage and they wanted Vickie to do something. Vickie ended combining the two championship matches at Payback, making it a 6-man Tag Team match for both the United States and Tag Team Championships, winners take all. In the following week leading up to Payback we saw three single matches with the six competitors in the match. On RAW Ambrose first beat Bryan and Reigns beat Kane, but on SmackDown Kofi managed to beat Rollins to gain momentum.

Intercontinental Championship

Since beating Cody Rhodes on the Extreme Rules pre-show, there had been tension between The Miz and the Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett. On May 20th Miz even made Barrett tap out as he tagged with Chris Jericho against Barrett and Fandango. But it wasn’t until after Barrett Sin Cara away in their Intercontinental Championship match on the May 23rd edition of WWE Main Event, a match that had Miz on commentary as always on Main Event, that things really heated up between Miz and Barrett. A lot of heated words would be exchanged on the road to Payback, and Miz even beat Barrett in singles action to earn the title match against Barrett. Two days before Payback on SmackDown though, Barrett beat Miz and even put him down and out after the match with another Bull Hammer.

Divas Championship

Even though there had been tensions for a very long time, it wasn’t as real as it became on the April 22nd episode of RAW when AJ won a Divas Battle Royal to become #1 Contender to the Divas Championship, held by her former best friend Kaitlyn. At Extreme Rules a confrontation backstage ended up with a brawl. Leading up to Payback both AJ and Kaitlyn won a couple of singles matches and AJ even introduced her new submission hold called the Black Widow, but nothing was official until another confrontation with poking jokes turned into a brawl. When the brawl was broken up backstage, Vickie Guerrero showed up and said that she doesn’t like either of them but she won’t have them going at it backstage time and time again. She told AJ that she’s earned her right to challenge for the Divas Championship weeks ago, and that match would indeed happen at Payback.

Other Feuds

- At Extreme Rules Chris Jericho finally managed to get one up on Fandango as he pinned him to get the win. The next night on RAW, Jericho teamed with The Miz to face Fandango and Wade Barrett. Fandango didn’t care about the match and about tagging, and Fandango actually just danced around with his dancing partner Summer Rae outside the ring while Miz made Fandango’s supposed tag partner tap out. After the match Jericho and Miz decided to go after Fandango cutting off each side of the ring, but Fandango ran away through the crowd. While Fandango ran away, Summer Rae ended up dancing a bit with Jericho and seemed mesmerized, but Jericho then just laughed at her and waved her off to the amusement of the fans. The following week on RAW Jericho stood in the ring as Fandango’s music hit. Jericho turned his attention towards the stage where Summer Rae came out first as usual. Summer Rae suddenly started waving at Jericho, and suddenly as Jericho didn’t seem to understand what she was doing Fandango slid in from behind and attacked Jericho and ended up hitting his Diving Leg Drop. Four days later on SmackDown, Jericho was picked by AJ as Jack Swagger’s opponent. In the end Fandango’s came to the ring and distracted Jericho just enough for Swagger to beat Jericho down from behind and then hit the Gutwrench Powerbomb to win the match. After the match Fandango once again hit the Diving Leg Drop on Jericho. It was then announced on WWE.com that at Payback it would be Jericho vs. Fandango for the third time since the score was now 1-1, and this time it would be No Holds Barred. Only word-exchanging and jokes from Jericho on the behalf of Fandango happened on the road from there to Payback as Fandango kept avoiding Jericho, until the last RAW before the Pay-Per View. Fandango was facing Sin Cara when suddenly Jericho’s music hit and Jericho came towards the ring again, and Fandango once again decided to hit the road and avoid Jericho. But when Fandango turned to exit the ring, Sin Cara jumped off the ropes and hit a Springboard Hurricanrana on Fandango and then left him all to Jericho. Jericho hit the Lionsault to the cheering of the fans, and then locked Fandango in the Walls of Jericho making Fandango scream and tap in pain.

- At Extreme Rules the rivalries that began as a three man tag team at WrestleMania and later on had “The World’s Strongest Man” enter, continued as Randy Orton beat Big Show in an Extreme Rules match while Sheamus came up short in a Strap match against Mark Henry. The next night on RAW, Randy Orton came out and talked about how he beat “The World’s Largest Athlete” last night, but he was cut off by the music of Big Show. Show walked towards the ring but stopped at the of the ramp and looked back. The music of Mark Henry hit and Orton’s face expression showed concern, but as Henry joined Big Show and they got in the ring Orton of course didn’t back down. Orton actually brought the fight to the two mammoths but of course it didn’t take long before Show and Henry got the advantage. Show and Henry beat down on Orton and the crowd started chanting for Sheamus, but it wasn’t until Henry hit the World’s Strongest Slam on Orton that Sheamus’ music hit. Sheamus ran towards the ring, but Show and Henry left. On May 27th Sheamus came out and talked about how Orton beat Show at Extreme Rules and how he himself ran off Show and Henry last week, but then suddenly the titantron showed Orton down backstage and Henry and Show standing beside him. Sheamus dropped the mic and ran backstage, but when he reached Orton there were no sign of Show and Henry. Next week on RAW, Orton was scheduled to face Mark Henry. Henry used his strength throughout the match to keep Orton down for the most part, but as Orton seemed to start gaining momentum Henry got himself disqualified. Big Show then suddenly came out and Henry and Show started double teaming Orton. The fans once again chanted for Sheamus, but as Show first hit Orton with the KO Punch which made Orton spin right around into a World’s Strongest Slam from Henry, the two huge superstars could stand tall over Orton with no sign of Sheamus. On the last RAW before Payback, Sheamus showed up and told everyone in the arena that he wasn’t at RAW last week and therefor couldn’t do anything about the attack on Orton, but if Show and Henry wanted some more they could come out and accept the following challenge. Sheamus then challenged Show and Henry to a Tag Team match at Payback against Randy Orton and himself, and said that even though Orton was still at home after the attack last week Orton had given his accept for the challenge. Henry and Show both came out and accepted the challenge with grins on their faces and promised to end “The Viper” and “The Celtic Warrior”. They then looked at each other and started walking towards the ring and Sheamus got ready, but then Vickie Guerrero came out and said that if Show and Henry was so eager to get some action going, one of them could get into the ring and face Sheamus while the other one leaves. Sheamus ended up facing Big Show, and in the end Sheamusgot himself disqualified on purpose and beat down Big Show. As Henry’s music hit, Sheamus did just what Show and Henry did when the roles was reversed and left. Henry and Show ended up screaming towards Sheamus that at Payback they would break Sheamus and Orton.

- One night after watching his client Brock Lesnar defeating Chief Operating Officer, “The Game” Triple H, inside a Steel Cage at Extreme Rules, Paul Heyman came to the and talked about last night’s match. He talked about how Lesnar had now ended the rivalry with Triple H on top, and said that it proved that no one, not even Triple H, could hold a candle to what Brock Lesnar can do. Heyman kept on by saying that no living man would be able to prevent “The Beast Incarnate” from doing whatever he wants to whoever he wants to get what he wants when he wants it, and speaking of that Heyman said that next week Lesnar will be live on RAW to make it clear exactly what he wants next. On May 27th on RAW, Lesnar came out with Heyman by his side to do just that. Heyman said that speaking for his client he wanted to let everyone know exactly how much Lesnar enjoyed beating Triple H at Extreme Rules. Heyman said that Lesnar knew he was in for some tough fights with Triple H, but that’s exactly what Lesnar thrive on. Brutality, violence and fighting to the point where someone breaks, and that was exactly what Lesnar did… He broke Triple H. Heyman said that with that being said his client and himself has looked into the future and they don’t see how anyone can stop Lesnar from doing what he wants to anyone to get what he wants, and that includes any title… Just as Heyman finished that sentence, the familiar GONG was heard and the arena went dark blue, and as the fans went crazy Heyman’s facial expression changed drastically. Suddenly the titantron started showing fast paced and quickly changing pictures while weird sounds are heard. It was clear to everyone that the pictures was from Lesnar’s past in the WWE, and with each picture shown we were sent further into the past. Pictures of Lesnar beating Triple H at Extreme Rules, Lesnar breaking Triple H’s arm with the Kimura Lock, Lesnar hitting the F-5 on Mr. McMahon, Lesnar returning to take out Cena with an F-5, Lesnar defeating Angle in an Iron Man match on SmackDown in 2003 for the WWE Championship, Lesnar aligning with Mr. McMahon and attacking Angle inside a Steel Cage, Lesnar beating Cena at Backlash 03, Lesnar beating Angle at WrestleMania XIX, and so on… But the tempo of the picture-changes then slowed way down and clearly showed Lesnar beating Undertaker inside the Hell in a Cell at No Mercy 02, and then went a couple of weeks more back in time and then showed when Lesnar used a propane tank to break the hand of Undertaker, and on that exact image the video froze! The lights in the arena was turned on again, and Heyman clearly looked shaken while Lesnar was seen looking around but he didn’t look all that worried. On June 3rd Heyman came out to the ring and said that sadly Lesnar couldn’t be there tonight, but he wanted to come out and address the video from last week. Heyman looked insecure as he carried on by saying that whether this was someone trying to scare Heyman and his client Lesnar or not, it doesn’t change the fact that no one can prevent Lesnar from destroying anyone who gets in the way of him and what he wants. Just then, the GONG was once again heard and the lights went dark blue again. The titantron turned on and showed the exact same video montage, but this time it ended with a scary child voice saying “He’s no living man… It will come and it will serve its purpose”. The montage ended there and the lights came on again. During the following week a video was put out via WWE.com with Lesnar and Heyman, showing Heyman saying that both him and his client will be on RAW on June 10th, and then it’s time to put up or shut up for anyone who has anything to say regarding Brock Lesnar. And Lesnar and Heyman did exactly just that on June 10th, as they arrived on RAW and went to the ring. Once again the lights went dark blue, the video montage was shown but this time it ended with “He’s no living man… It will come and it will serve its purpose… Payback!”. Just when the word payback is said the GONG is heard again and the arena goes dark. GONG again and the lights come on and Heyman nearly had a heart attack as suddenly a dark druid-looking person is standing completely still in the opposite corner and looking down. Lesnar seems a bit insecure and Heyman is holding him back a bit. Lesnar decides that this is enough and walks towards the druid, but again the GONG is heard and the arena goes dark again. GONG again and the lights come on again, and the druid is gone. Heyman looks like he has had enough and Lesnar seems irritated and yells “come on”. GONG again, the arena goes dark blue and the titantron turns on and there Undertaker is standing!! The fans go nuts! Undertaker says one sentence… “June 16th…. Payback! Rest in peace” and then signs across the throat with his thumb while rolling his eyes. The titantron goes dark and the lights come on, and Heyman is looking freaked out while Lesnar is pacing back in forth while yelling “Bring it!!”. Following the show it was confirmed on WWE.com that it would be Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker in six days at Payback.


WWE Payback Card

WWE Championship
Ambulance


John Cena (c) vs. Ryback

Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker

World Heavyweight Championship
Triple Threat Ladder


Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger

Tag Team

Randy Orton and Sheamus vs. Big Show and Mark Henry

United States & WWE Tag Team Championships
6-man Tag Team Winners Takes All


The Shield (c) vs. Team Hell No and Kofi Kingston

Intercontinental Championship

Wade Barrett (c) vs. The Miz

Divas Championship

Kaitlyn (c) vs. AJ

No Holds Barred

Chris Jericho vs. Fandango

Pre-Show

Tag Team

Tons of Funk vs. Prime Time Playas

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Something tells me that I will love this, and the 2013 WWE Draft I can't wait to see which superstars get drafted where and on to which show and if any of the titles will move shows?
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WWE Payback

Pre-Show

Tons of Funk vs. Prime Time Playas

Summary: A short match to get the fans going for the main show. Tons of Funk and Prime Time Playas had has some matches leading up to the Payback Pay-Per View, with each team getting a win. In this one the fans were behind Tons of Funk as The Funkadactyles helped getting the fans going. Tensai and Brodus of course used their size to their advantage, but as they match got going Titus managed to take down Tensai and Prime Time Playas got Tensai isolated in the corner with clever tags, Titus’ strength and Young’s quickness. Tensai eventually got Brodus in who took down both Titus and Young and really got some moves going. Titus eventually knocked Brodus down on his knees from behind, but Tensai quickly managed to shove Titus into the ropes and then Clotheslined both himself and Titus over the top rope and to the outside. Back in the ring Young measured Brodus to get up. As Brodus got up Young charged him, but Brodus connected with a Headbutt to the chest of Young sending him down. Brodus saw the opportunity, signaled for someone to “Call his momma!”, hit the ropes and hit the Splat! Brodus covered Young and got the win.

Main Show

No Holds Barred

Chris Jericho vs. Fandango

Summary: This was the third and final match in this rivalry, and with it being No Holds Barred there was no holding back. Kendo Sticks, Chairs and a Ladder were frequently used in the match. In the end Jericho and Fandango were both on their feet after some near falls, trading blows. Jericho got the advantage, bounced off the ropes ad hit Fandango with the One-Handed Bulldog. Jericho went for the ropes again, jumped off and went for the Lionsault, but as Fandango put of his knees Jericho foresaw it and landed on his feet and grabbed Fandango’s legs and got him around for the Walls of Jericho!! Fandango screamed in pain and tried to drag himself to the nearby ropes. Fandango then signaled something to Summer Rae. Summer then went to the time keeper’s area and actually got the ring bell and then slid it into the ring. Fandango crawled and the managed to grab a nearby lying Kendo Stick. Fandango started hitting Jericho wherever he could with the stick and finally Fandango was able to make Jericho release the hold. While Jericho was grabbing his arm and leg in pain from the stick hits, Fandango crawled on the of the ring bell. Jericho got up and seemingly measured Fandango for the Codebreaker. As Fandango got up and turned around, Jericho went for the Codebreaker but was met with the ring bell directly to the forehead. Both Jericho and Fandango fell down. Fandango got up slowly and grabbed a chair. He placed the chair on top of Jericho, went to the apron, climbed the turnbuckle and then hit his Diving Leg Drop on top of the steel chair!! Fandango grabbed his thigh in pain and rolled around a bit. He dragged himself over to Jericho who seemed out. Fandango covered Jericho and got the win to come out of the rivalry on top.

Divas Championship

Kaitlyn (c) vs. AJ

Summary: AJ used her highly paced and deviousness great in the start of the match which seemed to satisfy Big E on the outside, but eventually the stronger champion started to take control of her former best friend. Kaitlyn overpowered AJ on multiple occasions, and scored some near falls. AJ managed to come back into the match when she actually reversed a Powerslam attempt into a Headscissors Takedown. AJ hit a Drop Kick that staggered Kaitlyn. AJ went to the outside and climbed the turnbuckle. She went for a Diving Crossbody, but Kaitlyn caught her! Just then Big E jumped to the apron and caught Kaitlyn’s attention. AJ managed to slid out of the hold, kicked Kaitlyn on the knee sending Kaitlyn down on one knee. AJ quickly saw her opportunity and connected with the Shining Wizard! AJ screamed like a maniac for Kaitlyn to get up. Kaitlyn got up and AJ went for the Black Widow and locked it in. Kaitlyn fought for it and managed to stay on her feet for some time, but eventually she had to give and tapped out.

Intercontinental Championship

Wade Barrett (c) vs. The Miz

Summary: This was a really intense fought match. Barrett wanted to prove that he’s the rightful Intercontinental Champion and carry the Barrett Barrage on, while Miz wanted Barrett to pay for what he did this past Friday Night on SmackDown and take the Intercontinental Championship back. That all led to a lot of power moves, and a couple of near falls. The end came when Miz ran towards a sitting Barrett and hit the Running Big Boot straight to his face and got a near fall. Miz got Barrett up but Barrett pushed Miz off of him and hit a Big Boot himself. Barrett measured Miz as he got to his feet, and then picked Miz up on his shoulders and managed to hit the Wasteland! Barrett covered but Miz kicked out in the very last second! Barrett was irritated and yelled at the referee. He grabbed Miz and went to get him up, but Miz grabbed Barrett legs making him fall to his back. Miz quickly went for the Figure Four Leglock which made the fans chant “Wooo!”. Miz locked it in and Barrett was in trouble! Barrett tried to drag himself towards the ropes while fighting through the pain. Barrett fought and clawed himself towards the ropes, and even tried beating on Miz’ legs. Barrett finally managed to the ropes and Miz had to release the hold. Now Miz looked a bit frustrated while Barrett was grabbing his lower back in pain. Miz measured Barrett for the Skull Crushing Finally, but when Miz grabbed him Barrett spun out of it out of nowhere, grabbed the Miz and dragged him into the Winds of Change! Barrett covered but again only a two count before Miz kicked out! Barrett was really frustrated. He went to the corner and then signaled for the Bull Hammer by pulling his elbow pad down. Miz started to get up, Barrett grabbed his arm and pulled him in for the Bull Hammer, but Miz ducked and quickly grabbed Barrett in position for the Skull Crushing Finally! Miz went for it, but Barrett spun out of it and quickly connected with the Bull Hammer!! Barrett covered and got the win to retain!

United States & WWE Tag Team Championships
6-man Tag Team Winners Takes All

The Shield (c) vs. Team Hell No and Kofi Kingston

Summary: In the weeks leading up to Payback since losing the WWE Tag Team titles there had been some tension between Kane and Daniel Bryan. It didn't help that both Kane and Bryan got beat by Ambrose and Reigns, but Kofi was had some momentum going as he beat Rollins two nights before Payback. All six superstars had their time to shine in this match as Kofi teamed well with both Kane and Bryan and all three of them got some of all three members of Shield, but eventually Kofi was isolated by Shield. Shield was very clever tagging in and out as always, and had Kofi down for a couple of two counts. The ending came when Kofi finally managed to duck a Clothesline attempt from Rollins and hit the S.O.S. out of nowhere. Both superstars was down and crawling towards their corner. Rollins made the tag to Ambrose, while Kofi finally managed to tag in Bryan who went on a frenzy of moves, taking Ambrose down and then Dropkicking Reigns off the apron. Bryan went back to work on Ambrose, but Reigns came back into the ring. Kane reacted and got into the ring and met Reigns with an Uppercut and then Clotheslined Reigns over the ropes and exited the ring to try and keep Reigns down. With Bryan taking on Ambrose in the ring, Kane took on Reigns on the outside while Kofi and Rollins were still recovering. Bryan hit Ambrose with kicks after kicks and Suplex after Suplex inside the ring. Bryan hit a Snap Underhook Suplex on Ambrose, went outside and climbed the turnbuckle. Bryan signaled with both arms in the air and the jumped and connected with the Diving Headbutt. Bryan covered Ambrose, but Rollins made it back in to break it up at two. When Rollins got up, Kofi had made it to his feet again as well. Kofi grabbed the ropes from the apron and went for the Springboard Clothesline and connected it. He saw his opportunity, bounced off the ropes and did his taunt before connecting with the Boom Drop on Rollins who then rolled out of the ring and Kofi followed. Ambrose got up inside the ring, but Bryan caught him and locked in the No Lock! Ambrose screamed and fought, but was caught right in the middle of the ring. On the outside Kane was taken down by Reigns with a Samoan Drop. Back in the ring Ambrose was still fighting and even tried to roll out of the No Lock but Bryan just rolled right back into position. Suddenly Rollins was back up on the apron. Bryan saw him and released the hold as Rollins jumped off of the top rope and went for the Springboard High Knee. But Bryan ducked it and charged Rollins and hit a Jumping Heel Kick that sent Rollins out of the ring again. Bryan turned around to go for Ambrose, but out of nowhere he was hit with a big Spear by Reigns! Ambrose crawled on top of Bryan and covered him for the three count, making himself retain the United States Championship and Reigns and Rollins retain the WWE Tag Team Championships.

Tag Team

Randy Orton and Sheamus vs. Big Show and Mark Henry

Summary: This was of course a very heated and aggressive match after all that has happened in this feud. All four superstars gave it their all, both inside and outside the ring. Big Show started out in the ring with Sheamus and ended up punishing him for what Sheamus did this past Friday on SmackDown. Sheamus eventually managed to gain the upper hand and tag in Orton, but only for Show to end up tagging in Henry. Of course Henry and Show used their size and strength to their advantage throughout the match, and eventually the two behemoths started to isolate Sheamus in their corner. The end came when Sheamus eventually managed to tag in Orton. Orton took it to the legal Henry, and also knocked Big Show off of the apron. Orton connected with a huge Clothesline on Henry that staggered the big man, but didn't get him down. Orton went for another, but again it only staggered Henry. Orton bounced off of the ropes to go for another, but Henry saw it coming and managed to get Orton up. Orton slid through what looked to be a Powerslam attempt though, and when he landed behind Henry he kicked him behind the knee making Henry go down on one knee. Orton then grabbed Henry around his massive chest from behind and managed to hit the Inverted Headlock Backbreaker, sending Henry down. Henry started to get up with the help of the ropes. Orton saw this and charged him and stomped him on the side of the head, sending Henry through the ropes and out on the apron. Orton saw this as his usual opportunity to go for the Rope-Hung DDT. Orton went for it and managed to get Henry hung up on the second rope. Sheamus then suddenly saw Big Show trying to interfere, and made a hasted decision as he tagged himself in on Orton’s shoulder and then charged Big Show who was half way through the ropes. Sheamus connected with a huge knee to Big Show sending him to the outside again. Orton seemed a bit surprised of the tag, but managed to deliver the Rope-Hung DDT to the massive Henry anyways. Orton was in the zone now, and Sheamus looked ready as well! Orton looked like he started to hear those voices in his head again, and Sheamus started beating his chest and spreading his arms. Orton fell down on the mat and started measuring Henry who started to get up. As Henry made his way up still with his back to Orton and Sheamus, Orton got up and got ready. Henry turned around and RKO!! To Sheamus!!!!! Orton just RKO’d Sheamus!! Orton took a long maniacal look at Sheamus and then left the ring. As Orton walked up the ramp with his back to the ring, Henry looked surprised as Sheamus started stirring. Orton reached the stage and turned around and just stood there and looked, as Henry picked up Sheamus and hit the World’s Strongest Slam on him and pinned him for the win. Orton’s facial expression didn't change a bit as Henry pinned Sheamus, and when Henry and Show got their hands raised in victory “The Viper” just left.

World Heavyweight Championship
Triple Threat Ladder

Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger

Summary: This Triple Threat Ladder match had it all. Three great and athletic superstars who have all won the Money in the Bank match in their career and was all former or current World Heavyweight Champions, highly paced and great mat based action, and also both the new Divas Champion AJ, Big E, Ricardo Rodriguez and Zeb Colter at ringside. In the beginning Swagger and Ziggler actually started to double team Del Rio who tried his best to fight them off, but eventually the number advantage got to him. Of course the double teaming didn’t last, as both Swagger and Ziggler went at each other at the same time when Del Rio was disposed of, and it was on. We saw ladders used to jump from, as weapons and to place upon superstars that were down. And of course all four valets at ringside got involved. The finish came when Del Rio was down after the Zig Zag on the outside. Inside the ring Ziggler and Swagger was trading punches. Ziggler actually seemed to get the upper hand, but when he threw another punch Swagger ducked and grabbed Ziggler from behind and hit a German Suplex on the champion. Swagger got up and looked pumped and he screamed up in the air. Ziggler got to his feet but stumbled right into Swagger’s grasp again. Swagger lifted Ziggler up and planted him with a Spinning Double Leg Takedown. Swagger immediately went for the Patriot Lock on Ziggler and got it locked in! Ziggler screamed and clawed his way to the ropes, but in a ladder match the ropes doesn't cause a break and therefor Swagger just held on to Ziggler’s ankle. Suddenly Big E jumped up on the apron, but Swagger quickly let go of Ziggler’s ankle and connected with a Big Boot to Big E, sending the big man to the outside again. Swagger looked pumped, and as Ziggler started to get up Colter yelled at Swagger to put Ziggler down. Swagger measured Ziggler and as he turned around Swagger grabbed Ziggler and hit a perfectly executed Gutwrench Powerbomb on him. Swagger looked very satisfied with himself and so did Colter. Swagger got a hold of a ladder on the outside and slid it into the ring and followed. Swagger picked up the ladder and put it in position under the belt. Swagger started climbing slowly but steady. Swagger started reaching the top and the fans was yelling and screaming. Swagger started reaching out for the title, but suddenly Del Rio came back into the match as he slid into the ring and quickly started climbing the ladder. As Del Rio reached the top, Swagger started throwing blows. Del Rio retaliated and the two of them started exchanging punches on top of the ladder, while Ziggler was still down from the Gutwrench. Del Rio started getting the advantage while Ricardo was pulling for him on the outside. Suddenly Swagger tried to swing at Del Rio, but Del Rio avoided it, grabbed Swagger’s arm and jumped off the ladder and hit a huge Double Knee Armbreaker from the top of the ladder, making the crowd go nuts. Swagger rolled around in pain, and of course it took a lot out of Del Rio as well. Del Rio eventually got up, and Swagger started making his way to his feet via the ropes as well. Del Rio got ready, and as Swagger turned around Del Rio charged him and connected with a Step-Up Enzuigiri. Swagger staggered and Del Rio immediately grabbed Swagger arm and got him down to lock in the Cross Armbreaker. Now it was Swagger’s turn to twitch and scream in pain, as he tried to get free. Del Rio kept it locked in no matter what Swagger tried, until Del Rio felt like Swagger had had enough. Del Rio let go and Swagger rolled out of the ring to the outside in pain. Del Rio saw that he was alone in the ring and started to get the fans fired up, while Ricardo started the “Si”-chant. Del Rio went over to the ladder and made sure it was in position, and then started climbing it. Big E started pacing on the outside. As Del Rio slowly made his way up the ladder towards the championship, Big E went over to Ziggler and helped him up and slid him into the ring. Ziggler crawled to the ladder and started climbing the ladder as well as he could, but he was cleared tired and with a hurting ankle. Del Rio reached the top and had his hands on the title, when he realized Ziggler. Del Rio got ready and when he could reach Ziggler Del Rio tried to push him off the ladder, but Ziggler barely held on with one hand. Ziggler managed to climb two more steps and now Ziggler and Del Rio started to trade punches, and with each punch thrown the opponent looked like he almost fell down. Suddenly, Del Rio got to the side of the ladder, just enough to be able to kick Ziggler’s arm. Del Rio threw one more punch and Ziggler again barely held on with one arm. Del Rio managed to kick the arm, and Ziggler let go and fell to the mat. Del Rio was alone on the top, and both the fans and Ricardo went crazy. Del Rio reached out for the title, but suddenly Big E slid into the ring, grabbed the ladder and started to tilt it. Big E knocked the ladder all the way down, but Del Rio held on to the belt. With Del Rio hanging from the belt and still trying to pull it lose, Big E reached up and got a hold of his leg. Big E pulled Del Rio and Del Rio pulled the title. AJ looked like she might have a heart attack, but then Big E pulled hard and Del Rio’s grasp of the title was loosened. Del Rio fell down and Big E caught him on his shoulder, and hit the Big Ending! Big E picked Ziggler up and placed him on the ladder, and actually started pushing Ziggler up the ladder. Ziggler started climbing very slowly and insecure. Ziggler was steps away, but suddenly Swagger now started to make his way up to the apron. Ziggler was inches away, and Swagger was on the apron dragging himself to his feet via the ropes. Ziggler had his hands on the title when Swagger realized it and Colter was yelling for him to get in there. Suddenly Big E charged Swagger and tackled him off of the apron and all the way to the barricades on the outside. Ziggler was all alone and seconds later pulled down the World Heavyweight Championship to retain it.

Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker

Summary: Paul Heyman looked very insecure of the situation, but Brock Lesnar actually looked like he was looking forward to what was coming and didn’t even flinch an inch during Undertaker’s legendary entrance. Of course this match was all about power, and a lot of punches were traded throughout the match. Lesnar also used his great mat based style to get a bunch of takedowns on Taker. Taker went for Old School twice, but Lesnar overpowered “The Dead Man” both times. Eventually Taker managed to first hit Snake Eyes on Lesnar, then followed it up with the Big Boot, and then picked Lesnar up and went for another Old School and this time connected with it. The finish came when both superstars were battered and bruised, and they both got up from the mat and started trading punches. Undertaker actually looked to be getting the upper hand, but then Lesnar retaliated with a knee to the gut of Taker. Lesnar grabbed Taker around the waist and hit a Belly-to-Belly Suplex and then covered him, but only got a two count. Lesnar got up and looked a bit frustrated and Heyman was yelling at him to finish it. Taker got up and turned around and took a swing at Lesnar, but Lesnar ducked and grabbed Taker around the waist again this time from behind, and planted Taker with a German Suplex. Lesnar got up and yelled for Taker to get up. Taker dragged himself to his feet via the ropes, stumbled around and then Lesnar grabbed him, lifted him up on his shoulders and went for the F-5, but Undertaker somehow landed on his feet, quickly grabbed Lesnar around the throat and managed to Chokeslam him!! Both superstars were down. Taker crawled over to Lesnar and covered him while Heyman was screaming for Lesnar to kick out, and that was exactly what Lesnar did in the very last second. Taker looked a bit frustrated and got up again. He waited for Lesnar to get up, and as Lesnar turned around Taker once again grabbed him around the throat and hit another Chokeslam! Taker quickly went for the cover, but suddenly Lesnar grabbed Taker’s arm in position for the Kimura Lock, and locked it in!! Lesnar had Taker in the Kimura, and Undertaker was actually screaming in pain. Lesnar really put strength into the hold and really worked on Taker’s arm. Taker started looking for options and tried to move both himself and Lesnar. Taker seemed to be very close to tapping when he managed to get one leg on the bottom rope near them, and Lesnar was forced to let go on the referee’s five count. Lesnar didn’t look satisfied. He yelled for Taker to get up. Undertaker got to his feet while holding his arm. Lesnar got a hold of the arm again and locked in the Kimura while standing, but Lesnar held on to the ropes. As Lesnar tried to get Taker down, the referee was yelling at him to let go because of rope break. The referee started yanking in Lesnar’s arm, when suddenly Lesnar pushed the referee off of him hard, sending the referee down. Lesnar looked irritated towards the referee, turned around to go for Taker again but walked right into another Chokeslam!! Undertaker covered, but there were no referee to make the count. Taker got up and went over to check on the referee by the ropes, when suddenly Paul Heyman sprayed something in the eyes of Taker from the outside through the ropes! Taker stumbled around while rubbing his eyes. In the meantime Lesnar got to his feet, grabbed Taker and got him up. Lesnar hit the F-5 on Taker and while Lesnar covered him, Heyman yelled at the referee to turn around and count. The referee slowly realized what was happening, turned around and started a slow count. 1… 2… 3! Lesnar just beat Undertaker with the help of some kind of maze from Heyman. While Heyman was raising Lesnar’s arm on the stage, Undertaker began to gain sight and while supporting himself on the bottom rope he signaled in a very angry way towards Lesnar and Heyman with his thumb across the throat.

WWE Championship
Ambulance

John Cena (c) vs. Ryback

Summary: Just like the previous match between these two, this was a very vicious match. Maybe even more vicious because of what had transpired in the last match, and this past Monday Night on RAW. Cena really took it to Ryback, and of course Ryback just kept coming back for more and delivering some highly powerful offense himself. The match went on to the outside, to the crowd section, even backstage in the halls where both superstars were thrown into different things. The ending came when the action had again made its way back to through the crowd and to the ring area. It was actually Ryback who carried Cena back through the crowd on his shoulder, and dropped him over the barricades into the ring area. Ryback proceeded to work on a battered Cena as he lifted him up into a Bearhug! Cena was clearly in pain as he screamed. Eventually Cena starting slamming Ryback on each side of his head repeatedly until Ryback had to let go of the hold, but Cena felt the damage of the hold. Cena slid back into the ring, and Ryback just had to shake it off before following Cena into the ring. Cena started throwing punches to Ryback who got a bit staggered. Cena ran to the ropes and connected with his usual Running Leaping Shoulder Block which sent Ryback down. Ryback got up and was hit with another one. Cena waited for Ryback to get up, launch out at him so he could duck and pick up Ryback in his usual way, and hit the Protobomb. Cena started to get momentum. He walked into position, bent over Ryback and made the “You Can’t See Me”-taunt. Cena hit the ropes but as he came back Ryback was up!! Ryback caught Cena and hit an Overhead Belly-to-Belly Suplex! Ryback went to the corner and got ready for Cena to get up. Cena got up, stumbled around and almost had his head taken off by Ryback's Meet Hook! Ryback got on as signaled while yelling “Finish it!!”. Ryback picked Cena up, lifted him up, marched around a bit and planted the WWE Champion with the Shell Shock, just like this past Monday on RAW. Ryback beat his chest and looked very satisfied. He rolled Cena out of the ring and followed. Ryback then picked Cena up, lifted him up on his shoulders and started walking up the ramp. When Ryback reached the area where the ambulance was, suddenly Cena slid off of Ryback’s shoulder. Ryback turned around, but Cena quickly got him up and almost in the same motion hit the Attitude Adjustment on “The Human Wrecking Ball”! It took a lot out of Cena as well who was down on his knee, while Ryback was flat on his back. Cena stumbled to his feet and tried to get the fans behind him by throwing both hands in the air and screaming, but Ryback already began to stir. Cena looked like he couldn't believe that Ryback seemingly just kept coming back from anything. Ryback got to his feet. Cena quickly grabbed Ryback and hit another Protobomb. Cena once again told Ryback that “You Can’t See Me”, and this time connected with the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Ryback stumbled to his feet and right into another Attitude Adjustment!! Things were looking up for Cena! Cena picked Ryback up but had some trouble with Ryback’s motionless dead weight body. Cena managed to drag Ryback to the ambulance door. Cena opened the ambulance door. Cena picked Ryback up and actually managed to get Ryback inside the ambulance!! The fans were cheering as Cena grabbed the door to close it, but inches before it closed Ryback kicked the door right into Cena’s face!! Ryback got out of the ambulance, and with him he brought a stretcher on wheels. Ryback got ready as Cena got up. Ryback then once again hit the devastating Meet Hook on Cena, and Cena was down and seemingly out. Ryback rolled the stretcher over to where Cena was lying. He picked up Cena and lifted him up and placed him on the stretcher. Cena wasn't moving. Ryback had placed Cena on the stretcher so that his head was on the edge of it. Ryback then went down to where Cena’s feet were, grabbed the stretcher and then Ryback with all his power rolled Cena head first into the one door of the ambulance that was still closed. Cena was out and Ryback knew what he had to do. He got Cena off of the stretcher, lifted him up, got him into the ambulance, and with a satisfying smile on his face he slammed the ambulance door to win the match and the WWE Championship!! The sirens started as the ambulance drove Cena away, while Ryback was handed the WWE Championship.
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Ryback is the new WWE Champion, I for one am so damn happy and if anyone deserves to be WWE Champion, it's Ryback and now that he is champion, he is going to have to defend his WWE Championship at Money in the Bank and Cena is entitled to his rematch since he lost the title, so I see Ryback vs Cena again at Money in the Bank

Lesnar/Taker I definitely did not expect this match to happen especially at Payback and I feel that this match should've taken place at least SummerSlam or even at Survivor Series or at the very latest WrestleMania 30 but Lesnar going over Taker was the right result in my opinion

Now that Ziggler has beaten both Swagger and Del Rio to retain the World Heavyweight Championship, it makes me wonder just who will end up facing Ziggler now for the title at Money in the Bank?

Orton turns heel finally, this has been a long time coming and now Orton can become the heel he was back in 2008-2009 where he was like the top heel of the company and he was the most dangerous man in the WWE, have Orton go back to his Viper roots by punting superstars in the skull not even caring one bit about the fans going to that dark place where he hears voices in his head and he just attacks random superstars because he either feels like it or they get in his way, I see it being Sheamus vs Orton at MITB

Well all the other matches I could care less about but what I do care about is the fact that because of your draft The Shield could be split up, The Shield could be broken up because what if one member of The Shield gets drafted to another show and the other two stay on one show or if two members get drafted to one show and one of them has to stay on one show, therefore either way The Shield would be broken up
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Ryback is the new WWE Champion, I for one am so damn happy and if anyone deserves to be WWE Champion, it's Ryback and now that he is champion, he is going to have to defend his WWE Championship at Money in the Bank and Cena is entitled to his rematch since he lost the title, so I see Ryback vs Cena again at Money in the Bank

Lesnar/Taker I definitely did not expect this match to happen especially at Payback and I feel that this match should've taken place at least SummerSlam or even at Survivor Series or at the very latest WrestleMania 30 but Lesnar going over Taker was the right result in my opinion

Now that Ziggler has beaten both Swagger and Del Rio to retain the World Heavyweight Championship, it makes me wonder just who will end up facing Ziggler now for the title at Money in the Bank?

Orton turns heel finally, this has been a long time coming and now Orton can become the heel he was back in 2008-2009 where he was like the top heel of the company and he was the most dangerous man in the WWE, have Orton go back to his Viper roots by punting superstars in the skull not even caring one bit about the fans going to that dark place where he hears voices in his head and he just attacks random superstars because he either feels like it or they get in his way, I see it being Sheamus vs Orton at MITB

Well all the other matches I could care less about but what I do care about is the fact that because of your draft The Shield could be split up, The Shield could be broken up because what if one member of The Shield gets drafted to another show and the other two stay on one show or if two members get drafted to one show and one of them has to stay on one show, therefore either way The Shield would be broken up
Thanks for the comments mate, I appreciate it

My reason as to why I went with Lesnar vs. Taker was simply because I wanted to do something with Lesnar after he came out of the rivalry with Triple H on top, and I don't just want to use Undertaker once per year. And also because I thought that I had found a good reason for why Taker would want some kind of payback on Lesnar, hints why I put it on the Payback card and didn't wait until one of the bigger shows
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Thanks for the comments mate, I appreciate it

My reason as to why I went with Lesnar vs. Taker was simply because I wanted to do something with Lesnar after he came out of the rivalry with Triple H on top, and I don't just want to use Undertaker once per year. And also because I thought that I had found a good reason for why Taker would want some kind of payback on Lesnar, hints why I put it on the Payback card and didn't wait until one of the bigger shows
Then I could definitely understand that but I wonder if since Lesnar beat Taker, especially after beating Triple H, it makes me wonder what is next for The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar?

Or how about the newest "Paul Heyman" guy Curtis Axel 3rd generation superstar, I wonder what is next for him?
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Then I could definitely understand that but I wonder if since Lesnar beat Taker, especially after beating Triple H, it makes me wonder what is next for The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar?

Or how about the newest "Paul Heyman" guy Curtis Axel 3rd generation superstar, I wonder what is next for him?
Wait and see And Curtis Axel haven't debuted in my thread.
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Wait and see And Curtis Axel haven't debuted in my thread.
Hopefully Curtis Axel does debut in your thread and for him to be managed by Paul Heyman too, would be great, it definitely would be

And here is hoping Captain Charisma Christian finally returns because Christian has been out for such a long time, and here is hoping Christian when he does return he is in line for a huge push

Same goes for Ted DiBiase, here is hoping you push him also
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Hey, you asked me to check this out:

I like the feuds you have going on. I really enjoyed reading Payback and you made some good decisions.

Fandango going over Jericho was smart. Jericho got his win back at Extreme Rules but Fandango getting his retribution at Payback keeps him looking strong.

Having AJ win the Diva's Championship was a good decision and it revolutionizes the Diva's Division with a fresh champion. Also, having Barrett retain was smart too.

I really enjoyed the Six Man match and I'm glad The Shield are still holding all of the gold.

The Randy Orton and Sheamus vs Big Show and Mark Henry was smart booking considering all that has happened between these men. Also, Orton heel turn! Finally!

I really enjoyed the Triple Threat ladder match and I could tell that you'd put a lot of effort in to that match. Ziggler retaining was the right decision and I'm looking forward to where he will go from here. Hoping for a Daniel Bryan feud?

I was really surprised to see Lesnar vs Taker on this card, I feel it's a little early for this feud and could have been saved for something bigger such as SummerSlam or WrestleMania. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed the match and Lesnar going over was smart. That way you continue the feud if you want too, considering 'Taker was cheated.

I really enjoyed reading the Ryback vs Cena rematch and Ryback gaining the WWE Championship was a good decision. I'm looking forward to seeing where you will go with him.

Overall, this Be The Booker has tons of potential. Keep at it! I really enjoyed reading Payback and you put on a great show. If I could offer some advice it would be to separate your matches better rather than just having one long paragraph. It's a bit overwhelming. I think separating it could help.
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