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Aug 24, 2015
Carol -

Title versus Title: WWE Champion Seth Rollins versus United States Champion John Cena
They lock up and go to a stalemate. They lock up again and Cena with a side head lock and take down. Rollins with a hip toss and drop kick. Rollins shows Cena that he can’t see him. Cena with a punch and side head lock take down. Cena with a belly-to-belly slam and he returns to the reverse chin lock. Rollins with punches but Cena covers his face to protect his nose. Cena misses a splash in the corner and Rollins with a flip clothesline off the turnbuckles followed by a high knee to the back and Cena goes to the floor.

Rollins with a suicide dive and then he goes back into the ring and hits a second one. Rollins sets for a third one and he hits a flip dive onto Cena. Cena with two flying shoulder tackles and then he goes for the Blue Thunder Bomb but Rollins with a side head lock take down and Slingblade for a near fall. Rollins is sent to the apron and he tries for a springboard move and Cena goes for the ankle and tries for the STF but Rollins gets to the ropes.

Cena with a Blue Thunder Bomb and he sets for the Five Knuckle Shuffle but Rollins with a kick. Cena with a back drop to counter a Pedigree but Rollins lands on his feet. Cena with the springboard stunner followed by the five knuckle shuffle. Cena gets Rollins on his shoulders but Rollins gets to the turnbuckles. Rollins with a double knee take down and a running shooting star press for a near fall.

Rollins with a forearm into the corner and he puts Cena on the turnbuckles. Cena knocks Rollins to the mat but Rollins gets back up and he punches Cena into the tree of woe. Rollins with a double stomp to Cena while in the tree of woe and he gets a near fall. Cena with an Attitude Adjustment for a near fall.

Cena punches Rollins and Rollins with kicks and forearms. Rollins sets for the Pedigree but Cena with a double leg take down. Rollins is catapulted into the turnbuckles and then Cena with an electric chair gourdbuster for a near fall. Cena goes to the apron and then he goes up top for the Rocker Dropper and he hits it but Rollins kicks out and rolls to the apron.

Cena gets Rollins on his shoulder and Cena goes to the turnbuckles. Cena puts Rollins on top and then he sets for the Attitude Adjustment from the turnbuckles. Rollins counters into a buckle bomb. Rollins goes up top and hits a frog splash but Cena kicks out at two and he picks up Rollins and gets Rollins on his shoulders. Rollins lands on his feet on the Attitude Adjustment and Rollins with an enzuigiri. Cena with a cross body and Rollins holds on and picks up Cena and hits an Attitude Adjustment for a near fall.

Rollins goes for the Phoenix Splash and Cena moves but Rollins sees it and he lands on his feet and rolls through. Cena with an STF but Rollins escapes. Cena tries for the Attitude Adjustment and Rollins gets to his feet. Cena with a figure four leg lock. Rollins rolls over and reverses the hold. Cena gets to the ropes and Rollins releases the hold.

Cena goes to the apron and he punches Rollins. Cena with another punch and he goes up top. Cena climbs gingerly and Rollins recovers and he sets for a superplex and he rolls through into a Falcon Arrow for a near fall. Rollins goes up top and misses the Falcon Arrow. The referee is knocked out and Cena hits the Attitude Adjustment but there is no referee.

Cena wants someone to check on the referee and Rollins with a jumping knee to the nose.

Jon Stewart comes to the ring and he has a chair. He has no idea what he is doing and then he hits Cena in the midsection with the chair. Rollins with a Pedigree onto the chair and then the referee miraculously recovers and makes the three count.

Winner: Seth Rollins

Jul 20, 2015
Angela -

WWE World Heavyweight champion Seth Rollins vs. Brock Lesnar
Lesnar attacked and unloaded on Rollins with shoulderblocks. He tried to go for a suplex but Rollins wormed his way out and went to the floor. Lesnar followed and chased him into the ring. Lesnar went for a suplex but Rollins held onto the ropes for dear life, then kicked Cena. Rollins nailed several kicks but Lesnar grabbed him for the F5. Rollins slipped out but was caught and nailed with several German suplexes. Lesnar nailed him with a third.

Rollins was nailed with two more and rolled out of the ring towards the announcer’s table. He said the hell with the match and tried to walk out through the crowd but Lesnar dove over the barricade, grabbed Rollins and toss him back into the ringside area. After watching that, you never want Lesnar pissed and chasing you, I assure you.

Rollins was tossed back into the ring and nailed with another German suplex. Rollins made a comeback and went after Lesnar’s hamstring and knee. Rollins nailed several superkicks to the face. Lesnar grabbed him for an F5 but Rollins slipped out and nailed more kicks, then sent Lesnar to the outside. He stole from the Jay Lethal playbook by nailing two dives in a row but was caught and hit with yet another German suplex.

Lesnar made a comeback and hit the F5 but the lights went out and you heard the Undertaker’s gong. When they returned on, Rollins was gone and Undertaker was in the ring facing off with Lesnar. Undertaker grabbed him for a chokeslam but Lesnar slipped out and went for an F5. Undertaker slipped out and kicked him low. Undertaker nailed a chokeslam on Lesnar. Undertaker grabbed Lesnar and tombstoned him. The crowd chanted for Undertaker as he left. Lesnar began to stir so Undertaker returned to the ring and nailed another tombstone.

Undertaker did his pose and his music and all the lightning and thunder played. We went off the air without a finish to the match.

Jun 15, 2015
Angela -

WWE World Heavyweight champion Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose: Ladder Match
Ambrose was all over Rollins early on, working him over. They went back and forth until Rollins drilled Ambrose through the ropes to the floor and slammed him on the floor. Rollins ran him into the ringsteps. Rollins walked around the ring to go for a ladder but Ambrose nailed a tope to the outside. They battled in the aisle. Ambrose grabbed a ladder and brought it towards the ring but Rollins nailed him from behind. He whipped Dean into it but Ambrosed reversed the whip on the floor. Rollins leapt up and landed on the ladder, then climbed it into the ring. He tried to pull it into the ring but Ambrose climbed it. Rollins shoved the ladder down on him. Rollins went for a dive but Ambrose nailed him with the ladder as he went through the ropes. Dean brought the ladder into the ring and positioned it so he could retrieve the WWE World Heavyweight championship belt. He went to the top. Rollins followed. They battled on the ladder and pulled each other down. Ambrose nailed Rollins and placed the ladder in the corner. They battled back and forth over a suplex near the ladder and finally Dean nailed it, dropping Rollins hard across the steel.

Ambrose picked up and slammed Rollins in the center of the ring, then opened the ladder in the corner. He kicked Seth down, then went to the top and nailed a Bionic Elbow off the ladder in honor of Dusty Rhodes. Rollins was sent to the floor. Ambrose tried to climb the ladder but Rollins returned with a steel chair and attacked Dean’s legs. Rollins continued the assault on Ambrose’s legs, driving a ladder into his knee. Rollins kept beating him, asking him how he’s going to climb with one leg. Ambrose grabbed him in the corner and nailed him, but Rollins pulled him down and slammed his knee into the ringpost, then locked a ringpost figure four leglock. Rollins returned to the ring and locked in another figure four leglock. Ambrose did the old spot Dusty used to do with Ric Flair where he fought to reverse the move and finally turned it. Rollins tied Ambrose to the tree of woe and stomped away at him. Rollins pulled another chair out from under the ring. He beat Ambrose then set up the ladder. Dean came to life as Rollins climbed the ladder. Dean, on one leg, was able to shove over the ladder, sending Rollins to fall off and nail the ropes. Ambrose began working over Rollins with right hands but was kicked off and nailed with the ladder. Seth trapped his knee inside the ladder and began beating it with a steel chair.

Rollins went to the top but Ambrose tossed a chair at him. Ambrose pulled himself up and went for a suplex. Seth beat his leg so Dean slipped off the ropes. Dean nailed Seth, who crotched himselg on the top rope. Ambrose leapt off the middle turnbuckle and nailed a clothesline on Rollins, who was sitting on the rope. Ambrose came to life and cleaned house, even nailing the Cactus Clothesline over the top to the floor. Rollins tried to escape up the aisle but Dean brought him back. Dean avoided a ladder being tossed at him and killed Rollins with an awesome rebound lariat. He went for Dirty Deeds but Rollins tried to escape. Dean went after him. That made NO sense since if Rollins had run off, Dean could have just grabbed the belt. They brawled into the crowd. Dean was laid out and Rollins rushed back to get the belt. Rollins rushed to pull a ladder out but was exhausted. Ambrose returned to the fray diving off the announcer’s table to attack Seth. He bridged a ladder between the announcers’ table and the ring apron. Seth tried to powerbomb Dean over the top onto the ladder. Dean stopped him and backdropped him over the top to the ladder. Ambrose tried to lift the ladder in the ring but was spent. He finally muscled it up and set it. Continue Reading

May 31, 2015
Kaitlin -

Seth Rollins (with J&J Security & Kane) vs. Dean Ambrose

Lilian Garcia was back for the main event.

Ambrose controlled Rollins early. Rollins made a comeback but Ambrose’s unusual antics kept him off guard. Ambrose nailed a guillotine legdrop. He went to the top but J& Security got on the apron to distract him. Rollins tried Ambrose to the tree of woe and worked him over. He drilled him across the back with a series of kicks before cinching in a side chinlock. The crowd was all over Rollins with “Justin Bieber” chants.

Ambrose finally escaped but was sent into the buckles face first and rolled up for a two count. Rollins measured and punched Ambrose over and over again. Ambrose made a comeback but was nailed with a bodypress for a two count. Rollins and J&J complained to the referee about his count.

Rollins began picking apart Ambrose. Rollins sent Ambrose into the ropes and they went for a cross bodyblock at the same time and were down. The referee began counting them down but they returned to their feet. Ambrose began beating down Rollins. They went into a nice series of pinfall reversals. Rollins missed a big kick. Ambrose nailed a sitout facefirst powerbomb. Rollins was sent into the corner but J&J pulled him to the floor. Ambrose hit a tope through the ropes to the outside. He and Rollins tumbled over the announcer’s table.

Ambrose tossed Rollins back into the ring. He went for a backslide but Rollins reversed it and tried to use the ropes to his advantage but the referee saw it and prevented it. J&J tried to argue but were knocked off the apron. Ambrose rolled up Rollins for a two count. He went for another but Rollins rolled through and nailed a superkick. Rollins went to the top but Ambrose cut him off. They battled on the top. Rollins went for a sunset flip powerbomb. They ended up tumbling over the top to the floor.

J&J Security tried to get involved but Ambrose backed them down. That allowed Rollins to nail him from behind. Rollins nailed a running powerbomb into the barricade outside for a two count. Rollins nailed a flying knee for a two count. Rollins nailed an inverted DDT for a two count. Rollins verbally tore at Ambrose then drilled him in the corner. Ambrose tried to fire back but was nailed. He exploded into offense including a tornado DDT for a near fall.

Rollins tried to leave but was caught up in the ropes by Ambrose, who nailed a dropkick to the chest. Rolling made a comeback but was caught with the rebound lariat for a two count. Ambrose came off the top with a big elbow for a two count. Ambrose set up for Dirty Deeds but J&J got on the apron. Ambrose went after him, allowing Rollins to nail a kick and send Ambrose over the top to the floor with a clothesline.

Winner: Dean Ambrose

After the match: The first referee returned to the scene and told the second what Seth Rollins did. Dusty finish. They told Lilian that Dean did win, but by DQ. So, Seth is still the champ.

The Authority attacked Ambrose, who refused to give up the title belt. Roman Reigns’ music hit. Rollins tried to escape as everyone waited for Reigns to come out from the crowd. Reigns ran down the ramp and nailed the Superman Punch on Rollins. He and Ambrose wiped out Kane and J&J Security. Ambrose held onto the title belt and took the mic. He said he won the match and he’s taking the belt. Rollins wanted to do something but was outnumbered. Reigns and Ambrose left through the crowd.

May 17, 2015
Kaitlin -

Backstage Kane is in the back on the phone. When he got off, Seth Rollins was there. Seth wants to be friends. Kane brings up all Seth has done to him, and they bicker back and forth. Kane points out if Rollins loses, he loses his job. But, Kane gets what he wants to as Seth would lose his Title. He said it may finally make a man out of him, which he what has been trying to do all along. Kane said he likes his job, but he doesn’t need it. He still isn’t sure what he will do tonight. Rollins tells Kane that if he does anything to cost him the belt, losing his job will be the least of his concerns. Then the stooges stepped forward, Kane looked down at them and laughed.

Randy Orton vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Roman Reigns vs. Seth Rollins in a Fatal 4-Way for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship

Everyone brawled at the bell. Ambrose hit a dive on Orton and Rollins but was attacked by J&J Security. Roman hit a big dive onto everyone. It came down to Orton and Ambrose in the ring and they had some great exchanges. They ended up on the outside as Rollins and Roman battled. Ambrose returned to the fray and now now it was Rollins getting worked over by his former Shield bretheren.

Ambrose nailed a short arm clothesline. Kane pulled Roman out of the ring and slammed him into the ringside barricade. Ambrose attacked him but was laid out. J&J Security attacked Orton and Kane jumped in.

This left Rollins in the ring to work over Ambrose and try to score the pin. Rollins scored with a flying knee for another two count. Rollins continued to work ove Ambrose, nailing a Bucklebomb and a kick for a two count. Ambrose made a comeback and went for Dirty Deeds but Kane hit the ring and chokeslammed him. Rollins covered Ambrose for a two count.

Orton pulled Kane off the apron, setting him up for a Roman apron dropkick. Rollins avoided the Orton powerslam but was nailed with an exploder for a two count. Rollins nailed him and went to the top but was caught and hit with a superplex for a two count.

Orton cleaned house on the floor and set up the announcer’s table to put Rollins through it. Rollins slammed Orton into the apron. The challengers all battled amongst themselves on the floor until The Shield opted to work together to beat down Orton and nail the triple power bomb through the table. Baltimore went nuts for this.

Rollins tried to at like they were reunited but the others weren’t interested and began beating the hell out of him. That was great. Ambrose and Rollins decided to do the same to Rollins and cleared out the other table. Before they could do it, Kane attacked. They overwhelmed Kane, then powerbombed him on top of Rollins, who was on top of the table, which didn’t break. Sheesh. The crowd chanted for another. Roman and Ambrose obliged and this time, the table shattered.

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