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    by Published on 10-31-2014 06:16 AM



    The show starts off with a backstage interview with Sami Zayn

    Asking him about Adrian Neville about not being able to win the big won. He admits he lost a few big ones but those days are behind him. He is on a road to redemption but gets cut off by Titus. Titus lets him know that the road to redemption runs through Titus. That there is an open invitation to face him for that title shot.

    NXT Opening Video plays

    #1 contender match Battle Royal for the Tag Team Titles Enzo and Big Cass, Wesley Blake and Buddy Murphy, Ascension, Jason Jordan and Tye Dillinger, and the Vaudevillians

    Konnor almost eliminates Aiden English. Aiden recovers and rolls under the ring. Tye tries to eliminate Ezno but is fought off by Enzo. Viktor trying to hang on as JJ is trying to eliminate him but recovers. Murphy is trying to eliminate Tye as he dangles over the top rope. JJ trying to eliminate JJ and both teams roll over the top rope. Vaudevillians roll under the bottom rope when no one is looking. It leaves Ascension and Big Cass and Enzo Amore the last two teams standing. Both teams slug it out. Viktor and Konnor put both men in opposite corners and start stomping them down. They team up on Big Cass but Enzo jumps onto Viktor. Enzo is shook off. Enzo tries to throw some punches but gets clotheslined. Big Cass starts beating both men up and sets them up for a double butt. He gets cut off and thrown over the top rope but lands on the apron. Ascension javelins Enzo into Cass for the elimination. Hideo comes out for the distraction and sits on the ramp. Vaudevillians sneak in and get the elimination.

    Winners and NEW #1 contenders The Vaudevillains

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    by Published on 10-30-2014 03:21 PM



    Impact Wrestling starts off with a video from earlier today as it shows Bobby Roode entering the building. It then shows Lashley arriving at the building.

    A video package plays showcasing the feud between Bobby Roode vs. Lashley. Roode was so close the last time they faced. Roode has one more chance and that chance is tonight. He will face Lashley for the TNA World Championship.

    The camera shows the arena as the fans are on their feet. Mike Tenay and Tazz go over the line-up. MVP and Kenny King are already in the ring. Low Ki and Samoa Joe walk out together and get in the ring.

    MVP and Kenny King vs. Low Ki and Samoa Joe in the Tag Team Tournament

    King and Low Ki start the match. They move around the ring. They go to lock-up but King keeps moving back. They go to lock-up but Low does a drop step and goes behind King but King is able to apply a headlock. Low gets up but King puts him in the corner. The referee counts to 4 and King backs up. They walk around the ring again. They go to lock-up. They do but Low goes behind King and puts him in the corner. He does a knife edge chop and King gets away as his chest hurts. They go to lock-up one more time but King goes behind Ki this time and locks his arms around the waist. Low unlocks the arms and works on the arm but King works on the arm of Low. Low twists out of it and kicks King in the chest. He goes in the corner and Low goes after him but King moves out of the way.

    He tags MVP. MVP enters and Ki tags Joe. Joe and MVP go face to face. They move around the ring and go to lock-up but Joe takes MVP down and tries for a headlock but MVP gets out of it and they go back and forth exchanging holds. They get up to their feet and continues the holds. MVP grabs the arm of Joe and applies the arm bar. Joe reaches the ropes and MVP gets up. Joe stands and walks around. Joe kicks MVP right in the side and then in the leg and then takes MVP down with a leg bar. MVP reaches the ropes. Joe tags Ki. Ki enters and kicks MVP in the leg. Ki does a snapmare and then an elbow drop. MVP gets up and takes Ki to his corner and tags King. King enters and does several shoulder blocks to the gut and then does a body slam. He does a springboard leg drop and covers but Ki kicks out. King applies a headlock. Low stands and elbows his way out. He does a knife edge chop but King whips Low in the corner. Low jumps over King and does a knife edge chop again and then the snapmare. He covers King but he kicks out. Low does an uppercut as King stands and then tags Joe. Joe enters and does many punches to King and then whips him and elbows him in the face. He whips him in the ropes but MVP pulls King outside of the ring. Joe goes to grab King but he kicks him in the face. Low Ki runs in and jumps over on both MVP and King. He gets back in the corner and Joe tags him.

    Ki brings Kenny in the ring. He does an uppercut and then a huge kick to the chest. He covers but Kenny kicks out. Ki whips King in the ropes, kicks him in the gut, and then in the back. MVP runs in and attacks Ki. Kenny gets up and tags MVP. MVP gets in and goes after Ki in an assault format.

    -Commercial

    MVP has Low Ki in the ring as he continues the offense for his team. He takes Low down and tries for a cover but Ki kicks out. He tags Kenny. Kenny continues the assault and goes for the cover but Joe enters and ruins the count. King works on the arms of Low but Low stands and tries to get out of the hold but King takes him down head first into the mat. He tags MVP. MVP enters and hits Ki. He slaps him across the face again. He whips Low in the ropes but Low comes back with a springboard kick to the face. He goes to Joe for a tag but MVP pulls Ki and tags King. King enters and does an elbow drop and then another. He covers but Low kicks out. He covers again but still got a two count. King works on the arms again and then tags MVP. He enters and they have Ki in the corner. They double whip him into the corner. King runs to him but kicks him in the face and then kicks MVP. He gets out of the way and tags Joe. Joe enters and goes after both MVP and King. He does a scoop powerslam to King and covers but MVP stops it.

    MVP goes to the corner but Joe hits him and he falls. He turns and King is running to him but Joe applies the Rear Naked Choke. He does and MVP enters and stops the submission. Joe tries to fight him but Low Ki enters and goes after MVP. King kicks Joe in the head and covers but Ki stops the count and then takes MVP out of the ring. He does a springboard kick to him on the outside. Ki enters the ring again and kicks King in the head and Joe applies the Rear Naked Choke to Kenny and he taps. Winners: Samoa Joe and Low Ki

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    by Published on 10-30-2014 03:18 PM



    Welcome to WNW’s live coverage of Main Event!

    Michael Cole welcomes us to the show as The Miz and Damien Sandow make their way to the ring for MizTV. Byron Saxton and JBL are also on commentary this week. The crowd chants Mizdow as Miz grabs a mic and welcomes us. Last night, Miz was robbed. We see a recap of The Usos beat Miz and Sandow when they pulled Twin Magic to get the win. Did you see it? There was an illegal man in the ring. In the handbook, it says an illegal man cannot win the match. That ref is lucky he still has a job. The fact still remains that The Usos did not beat my stunt double and I. But I’m not a person that likes to complain, he likes to do it face to face. Miz welcomes tonight’s guests, The Usos.

    The Usos sit in their chairs and grab the mics. Miz asks why they did it. The crowd chants Usos as they sit there without answering. Jey asks why did they do what? Because they’re the better team. Jimmy mocks Jey just like Sandow. Miz asked why they stole the victory that belonged to them. Jimmy says no over and over again. They didn’t steal anything. I mean, you’re an A-Lister and all. Miz tells them not to insult them with their poor acting. Miz yells at them to stop mimicking him. Miz wants a sequel right here, right now on Main Event. It will be a different ending because Miz and Sandow will beat The Usos. Charles Robinson comes down to the ring.

    The Usos vs. The Miz & Damien Sandow

    Jimmy and Miz start. Lock up, headlock on Jimmy. Miz hits a shoulderblock. Jimmy gets Miz down and hits a low clothesline, quick pin. Jey tags in and they double team Miz. Jey covers for a two. Headlock on Miz, shoulderblock follows. Miz nails a dropkick. Sandow tagged in. Miz tags back in quickly. Jey with a hip toss, Jimmy back in. Jimmy leaps from the top onto Miz’s arm. Miz catches Jimmy with a running knee and stomps on him. Miz holds Jimmy in the corner with his foot. Jimmy nails a suplex. Miz attempts to tag but turns around and kicks Jimmy some more.

    Headlock on Jimmy as the crowd chants for The Usos. Jimmy counters with a back drop and tries for a tag. Jey comes in with a clothesline out of the ring. Sandow lays out with Miz. Jey jumps out and hits Sandow as Miz moves. Miz strikes Jey as they go to commercial.

    -Commercials

    Miz kicks Jey as thy are back in the ring. Jey slaps Miz several times and takes a flying clothesline in the corner. Miz goes up top and takes Jey down, two. Headlock back in. Jey tries to get up but Miz takes him back down to the mat. Jey gets out and rolls Miz up, two. Miz hits the backbreaker/neckbreaker combo, nearfall. Sandow tagged in, hits a suplex on Jey for a two. Lengthy headlock in on Jey. Jey gets some space and kicks Sandow across the head. Jimmy and Miz in. Clothesline from Jimmy, kick and a slap. Samoan Drop follows, Jimmy flips off the corner, nearfall. Jimmy goes back up top and hops over Miz. Miz gets rolled up and Sandow breaks the pin.

    Miz hits a clothesline. Jey tries Twin Magic and Charles catches them. Charles turns around and they switch. Uso rolls Miz up for another win.

    Winners: The Usos – by pinfall (11:44)

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    by Published on 10-28-2014 09:55 AM  Number of Views: 2 



    Pre-Raw Commercial

    With the fallout from HIAC. The two winners will clash in the ring tonight – Cena vs Rollins!

    Raw Starts

    Video

    Audio and stills from last night’s real main event at Hell In A Cell. They then go on to video and stills from Cena vs Orton at HIAC.

    In Ring Segment

    Trip’s music. Trip, Steph and Kane are in the ring. Trip behind Steph, kisses her on the side of the head. Steph is all smiles.

    Steph – Welcome to Monday Night Raw! I know you’re so happy to see us grace you with our presence. (heat) For those who missed HIAC, you missed a hell of a show. Those who watched on the WWE Network got more than their money’s worth at just $9.99. Well worth the price of admission.

    Trip – I’ll admit it was a slightly bittersweet night with Orton losing in what will only be called an epic encounter with John Cena, then there was this man. We have referred to as the future of the WWE. A man who is quickly becoming the standard bearer of the WWE. Please welcome Mr. MITB, Seth Rollins!

    Rollins out in his black suit, black shirt, sand tie, Cruiserweight Division in tow. Steph, Trip, and Kane all clapping for the limping Rollins as he comes to the ring, all smiles. Trip hugs Rollins, then raises his hand.

    Steph – I couldn’t quite hear you guys, let’s hear it for Seth Rollins! (barely a smattering of heat) Warm welcome.

    “You sold out!” chants as Rollins takes the mic.

    Rollins – Man, you guys are the best. Thank you so much! (heat) I want to say, finally, finally, finally the Lunatic Fringe, Dean Ambrose is out of my hair, once and for all. Ambrose is no longer a thorn in my side. Last night I proved that intellect conquers every single time over unbridled mayhem perpetuated by a madman who should be institutionalize. Now that I’m done with Ambrose, on my horizon is the man that soundly defeated Orton last night in HIAC.

    “Ambrose!” chants.

    Rollins – No, no, no, no. I’m through with him. I’m moving on to John Cena! (heat and derision)

    Dueling Cena chants.

    Rollins – Blah, blah, blah. Hahaha. Look, later tonight I’m going to be able to see John Cena. Just like all of you will be able see John Cena when I leave him like I left Dean Ambrose last night at HIAC – lying in a puddle of his own failure!

    Orton’s music hits and he stomps out to the ring much faster than usual. He’s all riled up, and almost stuttering he’s so pissed. (Orton starts talking so fast that he’s barely breathing.)

    Orton – I’m sorry! I’m sorry to break up this little love fest, but what did you say? What did you say? The self-proclaimed future of the WWE? What are you, the standard bearer of the WWE? You really think that’s what you are? The hell with that! I got a little question for you! Why? Why have I heard twice already that Cena beat Orton at HIAC? Why did I hear Randy Orton lost to John Cena? Think about it. Maybe I lost because last Monday on Raw you took it upon yourself to curb stomp me. You have one hell of a finisher. I still see stars. I’m thinking of checking myself back into anger management, like I did in ’06, but I’m not. I’m here, I made a promise to myself, that if The Authority didn’t handle it. If The Authority didn’t deal with you that I would deal with you, that’s why I…

    Orton all over Rollins. Kane, Noble and Mercury get between them. Even Trip gets in there to break them up.

    Trip – Enough! We’re not doing this! Back up. We are not doing this. We are not doing this here. We are not doing this tonight. Listen to me! Randy! Randy! Randy! Calm down! Listen to me. (Trip right in Orton’s face, a hand on Orton’s chest holding him back.)

    Orton – I’ll calm down when he’s dead!

    Trip – Listen to me! We are not doing this tonight. Relax. Look at me. Calm! Calm down! (to the fans Trip yells -) Shut up! (back to Orton) Okay, this is you and me. We are not going to do this. Take the night off. Get on your bus, have a drink. We will deal with this, but not tonight! Hell In A Cell is…

    Orton breaks free and nails Rollins with an RKO. Orton immediately slides out of the ring and leaves. Trip is pissed! Off comes Orton’s shirt and Trip looks ready to kill. Orton’s music hits. Trip is seething in the ring, and Steph isn’t far behind. Trip demands from the stooges to know what happened. The stooges pull Rollins up who can barely stand, selling wonderfully.

    “YES!” “YES!” “YES!” from the fans.

    Rollins breaks free and tries to go after Orton, but can barely stand when he slides from the ring. Video recap of the RKO. At the top of the ramp Steph gives Rollins his case, but he’s still selling his confusion.

    Commercial

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    by Published on 10-27-2014 12:20 PM  Number of Views: 4 



    The show opens with a video package highlighting the Hell in the Cell match, and the Cell itself, with a decent amount of screen time given to all four men co-headlining the show tonight.

    The pyro hits, and Michael Cole welcomes us to the show. They throw things to the ring where Lillian Garcia introduces Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental Championship 2-out-of-3 falls match. Ziggler comes out wearing the title backwards, before sliding it around to the front, and making his way to the ring.

    Cesaro is out next, not getting much of a reaction on his way down the aisle.

    WWE Intercontinental Championship 2-Out-of-3 Falls Match
    Dolph Ziggler vs. Cesaro

    The bell rings and both men begin circling each other. Ziggler tries to take Cesaro down, and the two wrestle on the mat before fighting back up to their feet. Cesaro backs Ziggler into the ropes and the ref breaks things up for a quick staredown. Cesaro shoulders Ziggler, but Ziggler drops down behind Cesaro. The two continue to jockey for positioning, grappling with each other. Cesaro clamps Ziggler in a side headlock, with Ziggler laying down on the canvas.

    Ziggler makes it to his feet and pushes Cesaro off, but falls to a shoulderblock for a quick one count. Cesaro goes back to the headlock, leaning back and stretching Ziggler. Dolph fights up to his feet again, pushing Cesaro off, and he tries for a headlock, but Cesaro blocks. Ziggler is able to backslide Cesaro for two, then the two trade a series of roll ups, with neither getting three. Ziggler hits a quick splash in the corner, and avoids a pop up uppercut, but Cesaro traps Ziggler’s legs. Ziggler rolls Cesaro up, and Cesaro kicks out, hands Ziggler up on the top rope, and grabs his legs for a big swing! Cesaro goes for the pin, but only gets two. Ziggler rolls up Cesaro and gets a three count.

    Winner of the first fall: Dolph Ziggler

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 04:09 PM  Number of Views: 2 



    Dale Earnhardt Jr. earned his fourth win of the season on Sunday at Martinsville Speedway in an emotional victory a week after he was eliminated from the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.

    Jeff Gordon was second, giving Hendrick Motorsports a 1-2 finish on the 10-year anniversary weekend of the fatal plane crash that killed owner Rick Hendrick's son and nine others aboard.

    "This means so much to all of us," Earnhardt said. "I lost my daddy a long time ago and I know how hard that is. I can't imagine losing the amount of people Rick lost. My heart goes out to him during this weekend. This honors them."

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 04:03 PM  Number of Views: 2 



    Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark made a series of spectacular saves in defense of a shrinking lead to shoot a 1-under 71 Sunday and win the Perth International golf tournament by three shots.

    Olesen started the final round with a three-shot lead which dropped to one after 12 holes in the face of a concerted charge by Frenchman Victor Dubuisson, who matched the day's best round of 66 to finish outright second.

    Olesen made good his win with a vital birdie on the par-5 15th to claim his second European Tour title with a 17-under total of 271.

    Read more http://espn.go.com/golf/story/_/id/1...-international
    by Published on 10-26-2014 04:00 PM  Number of Views: 2 



    Antonio Murdaca of Australia earned a place in the field for next year's Masters at Augusta after winning the Asia-Pacific Amateur Golf Championship by seven shots Sunday on Royal Melbourne's composite course.

    The 19-year-old Murdaca led by eight strokes overnight and shot a 1-under 71 Sunday to finish at 13-under 275, becoming the first Australian to win the title.

    Japan's Horikawa Mikumu had a 69 to break out of a tie with Australian Todd Sinnott and take second place.

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 03:57 PM  Number of Views: 2 



    Robert Streb made the last of his 10 birdies on the second extra hole, winning a three-way playoff in the McGladrey Classic on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory.

    Streb rallied from a 5-shot deficit in the final round with a 7-under 63. He waited 90 minutes to see if anyone could catch him, and then outlasted Will MacKenzie and Brendon de Jonge in the playoff at Sea Island.

    The victory sends Streb to the Masters in April. The 27-year-old from Oklahoma has never played in any major.

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 03:51 PM  Number of Views: 2 



    In their last match together, Cara Black and Sania Mirza cruised to the doubles title at the WTA Finals with an authoritative 6-1, 6-0 win over defending champions Peng Shuai and Hsieh Su-Wei on Sunday.

    For Black, it was the third time she had won the doubles crown at the WTA Finals after 2007 and 2008 partnering with Liezl Huber, while for Mirza it was her first victory at the season-ending championships.

    It was a surprisingly one-sided final, given Peng and Hsieh entered the match with a 12-0 record in doubles finals, including this year's French Open and Wimbledon in 2013, while Black and Mirza had a tough road to the final.

    Read more http://espn.go.com/tennis/story/_/id...tle-wta-finals
    by Published on 10-26-2014 03:48 PM  Number of Views: 2 



    Andy Murray saved five match points before fighting back to beat Tommy Robredo 3-6, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (8) in a grueling Valencia Open final on Sunday.

    In September, Murray also saved five match points against the Spaniard on his way to winning the final in Shenzhen, China. This time, he had to do it in front of Robredo's home fans, who ended up applauding the effort made by both players on Valencia's indoor hard court.

    Read more http://espn.go.com/tennis/story/_/id...-valencia-open
    by Published on 10-26-2014 03:45 PM  Number of Views: 2 



    Top-seeded Roger Federer won a sixth Swiss Indoors title on Sunday, comfortably defeating David Goffin of Belgium in straight sets to end a run of two successive final defeats at his hometown tournament.

    Federer took just 52 minutes to win 6-2, 6-2, delighting the partisan crowd as he inflicted what was only Goffin's third defeat in 46 matches.

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 03:41 PM  Number of Views: 2 



    Serena Williams won her third successive WTA Finals title and fifth overall by beating Simona Halep 6-3, 6-0 on Sunday, avenging an embarrassing group-stage loss to the Romanian player.

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 11:34 AM  Number of Views: 3 



    In a fight filled with ugly clinching, #1 WBC Martin Murray (29-1-1, 12 KOs) defeated #7 WBC Domenico Spada (39-6, 19 KOs) by a 7th round technical decision on Saturday night at the Salle des etoiles in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

    The fight was halted in the 7th due to a cut on the side of Spada’s right eye, which was caused by a head-butt by Murray in the 3rd round. Murray was docked a point in the 3rd for the head-butt. The final judges’ scores were 67-66, 68-63 and 69-67.

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 11:32 AM  Number of Views: 3 



    Undefeated #1 IBF Randy Caballero (22-0, 13 KOs) badly outclassed a game but limited Stuey Hall (16-4-2, 7 KOs) in defeating him by a 12 round unanimous decision to capture the vacant International Boxing Federation bantamweight title. The judges’ scores were 116-111, 116-111 and 118-110. Caballero knocked Hall down with a beautiful left-right combination in the 2nd round. From there, Hall attempted to rally, but he missed a massive amount of punches. He also smothered his own work by crowding Caballero on the inside.

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 11:28 AM  Number of Views: 3 



    Undefeated #9 WBO middleweight contender Chris Eubank Jr (18-0, 11 KOs) locked himself in for a title shot against #2 WBO Billy Joe Saunders by stopping journeyman Omar Siala (23-18-3, 10 KOs) by a 2nd round knockout on Saturday night at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, UK.

    Eubank Jr hurt Siala with a big right uppercut that drove him to the ropes. Eubank Jr then flurried on the over-matched Siala until the referee Alvin Finch halted the fight at 1:15 of the round. Siala was doing a good job of covering up and weathering the storm, but Finch obviously saw it as a situation where the guy was in distress. At the time of the stoppage, Siala’s faced was reddened by the numerous shots he’d eaten. He had a small cut under his left eye and nose was bleeding slightly.

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 11:26 AM  Number of Views: 3 



    34-year-old Michael Katsidis (30-7, 24 KOs) ran into a left hook that he didn’t see from lightweight Tommy Coyle (20-2, 9 KOs) and was knocked out in the 2nd round on Saturday night at the Hull Arena in Hull, England.

    To his credit, Katsidis did get back to his feet and was ready to continue fighting, but the referee halted the fight anyway. We’ll never know for sure whether Katsidis could have kept fighting or not, because the referee took the opportunity away from him by stopping the fight.

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 11:20 AM  Number of Views: 3 



    Undefeated super bantamweight Gavin McDonnell (12-0-2, 4 KOs) defeated former world champion Vusi Malinga (21-6-1, 12 KOs) by a close 12 round unanimous decision to capture the World Boxing Organization International super bantamweight strap.

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 11:17 AM  Number of Views: 3 



    Unbeaten lightweight prospect Luke Campbell (9-0, 7 KOs) defeated Argentinian Daniel Brizuela (26-4-2, 8 KOs) by a 5th round knockout. Campbell knocked Brizuela down in the 5th. He then unloaded on him with a flurry after he got up, causing the fight to be halted.

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    by Published on 10-26-2014 09:46 AM  Number of Views: 5 



    Jeb Bush is "moving forward" on a potential 2016 White House run and it appears more likely he'll enter the Republican race. That's the opinion of his son, who's running for office in Texas.

    George P. Bush tells ABC's "This Week" that his father is "still assessing" a presidential bid, but it seems more likely he'll seek the presidency this time. The former Florida governor declined to run for president in 2012 despite encouragement from Republicans.

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