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PostSubject: Re: Smackdown Live 2017...Except Not Shit!   Thu Jun 15, 2017 3:30 pm

Smackdown Live | Concussive Retribution
July 25, 2017


Opening Segment
Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan come to the ring. They talk about how Daniel was forced to retire due to concussions, and how some moves had to be banned to prevent further cases like his. They say that Seth Rollins's Curb Stomp was one of those moves, and since he used it last week, he has been fined $10,000. AJ Styles comes out with Rusev and Lana. Styles says that they're being too lenient, that he could have been seriously injured last week, and that he thinks that Rollins should be suspended and stripped of his title opportunity. Rusev volunteers to take Seth's place at Summerslam, by virtue of defeating him last week. Shane and Daniel say that's not going to happen. Seth Rollins comes out with Shelton Benjamin in tow. He says he has no problem with the fine, and that he feels he's gotten even for the attack from Styles and Rusev last week. Shelton says that Rollins might have been the one seriously injured last week, and that's why he intervened. AJ says that this isn't Shelton's business, but Bryan says that it is his business now, and makes a tag team match between the two pairs for tonight's main event.
86% Rating

Smackdown Tag Team Titles #1 Contender's Match
American Alpha def. The Usos (9:39)
77% Rating

Segment
Renee Young interviews Cesaro and Sheamus backstage. Sheamus says he didn't really care either way who won that last match, because they've beaten both the Usos and American Alpha, and they'll surely beat Alpha again next week. However, Cesaro says he's happy that Gable and Jordan won, as he definitely had fun in their first match. Sheamus rolls his eyes as Cesaro wishes the challengers luck next week and says may the best team win.
72% Rating

Singles Match
Mojo Rawley def. Viktor [w/Konnor] (3:54)
Konnor attempts to interfere, but it backfires.
After the match, The Ascension start to beat down on Mojo to get revenge, but Zack Ryder makes his return to save his partner.

66% Rating

Segment
Becky Lynch comes to the ring. She says she hasn't been able to talk to Charlotte Flair all week, and that she wants to speak with her now. Charlotte comes out and says there's nothing to talk about; her actions last week speak for themselves. Becky says that's not true at all, and that it's hard to explain why Charlotte would attack her best friend for no reason. Charlotte says she wanted a title shot, that's the only reason, and that was the easiest way to make that clear. She says Becky didn't beat her at Money in the Bank to win the title, she beat Alexa, and that she didn't beat her at Battleground to defend it, she beat Naomi. She says that at Summerslam, she wants a singles match for the title, to prove that Becky can't beat her. Becky is flabbergasted. She asks if that's it and calls Charlotte a piece of work. She says Charlotte could have asked for another match and she would have gotten it. She tells Charlotte has gone too far this time, and while she accepts, she's gonna put up the fight of her life at Summerslam to make sure she beats Charlotte and gives her some time away from the title picture to realize what a bad friend she's being. Charlotte says she knows she's being a bad friend, but that title is more important than any friendship.
78% Rating

Singles Match
Bray Wyatt [w/Erick Rowan] def. Apollo Crews (6:12)
78% Rating

[A promotional video for Summerslam plays, followed by the announcers hyping tonight's Main Event.]

Segment
Randy Orton comes to the ring. He says Shinsuke Nakamura made the biggest mistake of his life by challenging him last week, but before he can continue, Nakamura's music interrupts him and Shinsuke comes out. Nakamura gets in the ring and doesn't say anything. Randy doesn't say anything. They stand there staring each other down for several seconds. Orton goes for an RKO but stops, seeing that Nak had his hands up, ready to counter. Randy laughs; Shinsuke laughs. Orton slowly leaves the ring and starts walking up the ramp, chuckling to himself. This leaves Nakamura in the ring to hold the MitB briefcase in the air.
84% Rating

Segment
The camera quickly cuts backstage, as several members of the locker room are trying to hold Sami Zayn and Baron Corbin apart. Sami is yelling at Baron while being held back by Tye Dillinger and Apollo Crews (who is not very effective due to being beaten earlier), telling him that he's had anough and that it's time for him to take the Intercontinental Championship from him. Corbin, standing behind Dolph Ziggler and both members of Breezango, says that Zayn doesn't deserve a shot because he lost to Bray Wyatt at Battleground. He says that he'd gladly give Wyatt a shot, and that Wyatt was even out there this week winning a match, unlike Sami, after which he shoots Crews a smug look. Daniel Bryan shows up, and Zayn asks him for a title match. Bryan says he heard everything, and he thinks that Corbin has a point, but that he's going to give Sami a #1 contender's match next week...against the man that beat him in King of the Ring, Bray Wyatt.
76% Rating

Singles Match
Emma def. Alexa Bliss (11:30)
As Emma is celebrating, Alexa sneaks up behind her and attacks again. Bliss beats her down for a while before grabbing a Kendo Stick from under the ring and caning her a few times.
73% Rating

Segment
The Hype Bros are backstage, being...well, hype. Mojo says Zack didn't tell him he was returning tonight. Ryder says he wanted it to be a surprise, but didn't think he'd have to return in the form of a rescue. Mojo says it's good that he did, because now they get to show The Ascension who's boss. Zack agrees, and they fist bump.
67% Rating

Tag Team Match
WWE Champion AJ Styles and Rusev [w/Lana] def. Seth Rollins and Shelton Benjamin (14:33)
AJ pins Shelton after interference by Lana.
AJ spends most of the match staying as far away as he can from Rollins.

85% Rating


Show Rating: 77%
Viewership: 2,810,000


Confirmed Matches for SummerSlam

Smackdown:

WWE Championship
AJ Styles (c) vs Seth Rollins

Singles Match
Randy Orton vs Shinsuke Nakamura

Smackdown Women's Championship
Becky Lynch (c) vs Charlotte Flair

Raw:

Universal Championship | Triple Threat Match
Brock Lesnar (c) vs Roman Reigns vs Braun Strowman

United States Championship
Jinder Mahal (c) vs John Cena

Raw Women's Championship
Sasha Banks (c) vs Bayley

Raw Tag Team Championships
The Hardys (c) vs The New Day
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PostSubject: Re: Smackdown Live 2017...Except Not Shit!   Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:35 pm

Smackdown Live | Fear and Resolve
August 1, 2017


Opening Segment
Sami Zayn comes to the ring. He says that tonight is a very important night; if he beats Bray Wyatt, he'll be one step away from achieving his goal. He says it'll be a tough night, and Summerslam will be as well if he wins, but promises to be a champion worthy of the prestige of the Intercontinental Championship. Baron Corbin comes out onto the stage. He tells the "little man" not to get ahead of himself. Corbin doesn't think Sami will even make it to Summerslam, as Bray Wyatt is a much better competitor by all accounts. He's vicious, he knows how to get things done, he's an ideal opponent for Baron Corbin. Wyatt comes out. He says he appreciates the praise, but he doesn't need someone like Corbin to speak for him. He tells Sami he's beaten him before and he'll certainly be able to do it again, then tells Corbin he'll be next in line to feel the power of a god. Sami tells Bray he's no god, and that anyone on any night can win a match that they pour their heart and soul into. He raises his voice a little, telling Wyatt that tonight will be his night before turning his attention to Corbin and swearing on his good name that he will walk out of Summerslam the Intercontinental Champion. Corbin sarcastically wishes him luck with that before telling Wyatt he'll see him at Summerslam. The champion exits, leaving Zayn and Wyatt to stare each other down.
83% Rating

Singles Match
Shelton Benjamin def. Rusev [w/Lana] (7:45)
75% Rating

Segment
Seth Rollins is interviewed backstage by Renee Young. She asks him what he thinks of his chances at Summerslam after losing the tag team match last week. Seth says he thinks he's gotten under AJ's skin, as the champion wanted nothing to do with him last week. He says he took a calculated risk with that Curb Stomp two weeks ago, and that he was ok with the fine because of the psychological advantage it gave him. He says his entire career has been about risk management, and as the Architect, he thinks he's built himself a solid foundation to win the title at Summerslam. He says that's not his only nickname, however. He tells Renee that while AJ may call himself the Face that Runs the Place, last week he was the King that Hides in the Ring, and we all know what Seth does to kings. He says he will slay Styles at Summerslam and walks off.
95% Rating

Tag Team Match
The Ascension def. The Hype Bros (4:52)
THB look like they're going to win, but they botch a Hype Ryder which allows Ascension to steal one.
68% Rating

Segment
Alexa Bliss comes down to the ring. She says that just because Emma got "all buddy-buddy-respect" with the Champion she's gotten a big head. She thinks this division is all about her, but everyone knows that Alexa Bliss is the face of the Smackdown Live women, and that before long, she'll be back on top with her championship. She says she attacked Emma last week to prove that, and punish her for her arrogance. She says she knows Emma's going to want to retaliate after what happened, so she invites her to the ring, but not after reaching under the ring and grabbing a kendo stick once again. Emma comes out with a stick of her own. Alexa goads her on as she approaches, saying she's gonna show that she can defend her spot as the top woman on Smackdown. Emma reaches the ring and they brawl, trading blows with their weapons. Neither woman seems to get the upper hand, and they are both battered and bruised as Finlay, Kidman, D-Von, and the Road Dogg come down to separate them.
73% Rating

[Shinsuke Nakamura is shown walking backstage, as his match is next. However, he runs into Randy Orton backstage. Like last week, they stare each other down without saying a word. Then Shinsuke smiles and continues on his way as Randy scowls after him.]

Segment
Luke Harper comes to the ring, and it looks like he'll be Nakamura's opponent tonight. However, as Shinsuke is making his entrance, Randy Orton appears out of thin air from the production area and RKOs him on the ramp. He stands over Nakamura arrogantly as he starts to get up, then RKOs him again. Harper comes out of the ring to confront Orton, but Randy immediately leaves after the second RKO. After Nakamura is helped to the back, Harper gets back in the ring and says he supposes this means he needs a new opponent. After a few seconds, The Miz's music hits, and he comes out of the crowd to attack Harper from behind. The bell rings, and it appears this is our match.
87% Rating

Singles Match
Luke Harper def. The Miz (0:23)
Miz immediately goes for a Skull Crushing Finale, but Harper counters it into a Discus Clothesline and wins.
Miz throws the fit to end all fits after Harper leaves.

78% Rating

Smackdown Tag Team Championships
Cesaro & Sheamus (c) def. American Alpha (20:28)
The champions retain by countout/knockout when Sheamus is the only one to stand after a Double Clothesline spot between him and Jordan and a Double Crossbody spot between Cesaro and Gable.
After everyone recovers, Alpha motion that they want one more shot. Sheamus is once again apprehensive, but Cesaro nods with a smile.

87% Rating
Meltzer: ****

Segment
Becky Lynch is backstage. She says she doesn't know what to do about Charlotte Flair aside from what she told her last week. She says Charlotte needs time away from the title to get back into a correct state of mind. She says Charlotte might have had a point last week when she says Becky didn't beat her in either of the Triple Threat matches for the title, but she was wrong about one thing, and that's the claim that Becky can't beat her. Lynch says she can and will beat Flair at Summerslam, and that their friendship depends on it. Charlotte shows up. She tells Becky that there was another thing she said last week, and that's that the Smackdown Women's Championship was more important than any friendship, and that if she wants to stay friends, she should just forfeit and give the title to her, because that's what she wants. Becky says she remembers that, and that she agrees, the title is more important than their friendship right now, and that at Summerslam, she won't let anything take it from her.
77% Rating

Intercontinental Championship #1 Contender's Match
Sami Zayn def. Bray Wyatt [w/Erick Rowan] (15:10)
After the match, as Sami can barely stand, Baron Corbin comes down to the ring and attacks. He beats Zayn down, and Wyatt hits him with a Sister Abigail for good measure before Apollo Crews and Tye Dillinger hit the ring to put a stop to it. Bray, Rowan, and Corbin leave before they get there, their point made.
81% Rating

Closing Segment
AJ Styles comes to the ring, followed by four security guards. He says that they've been following him around all day at the request of Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan, to prevent any altercations with Seth Rollins. He says he doesn't see the point in that, as Seth is clearly afraid of him. He never gathered the courage to tag himself in against AJ in the tag team match last week, and that cost his team the win; and this week, he tried to twist that fact around to make it look like AJ was afraid of him. Styles laughs and says that the Champ that Runs the Camp isn't afraid of anything, not Randy Orton, not Bray Wyatt, and certainly not someone with a childish nickname like "Kingslayer". Rollins comes out, and the security guards stand between them. Seth says AJ is delusional, and is in fact projecting his own fear onto Seth's interview earlier. Styles says Rollins is only trying to get into his head because he lost at Backlash and he knows he can't beat him at Summerslam. He says that's all Rollins is, a loser; he lost at Backlash and he lost last week. Seth says in that context, sure, but at least being a loser is better than being like AJ, hiding behind his security guards like the pussy he is (with emphasis!). AJ is shocked for a few seconds, then asks if a pussy would do this before attacking the security guards. Seth joins in and they dump all four out of the ring before going after each other. The entire locker room empties to break the two of them up. Seth gets pinned to a corner as AJ gets carried up the ramp to end the show.
84% Rating


Show Rating: 80%
Viewership: 2,750,000


Confirmed Matches for SummerSlam

Smackdown:

WWE Championship
AJ Styles (c) vs Seth Rollins

Singles Match
Randy Orton vs Shinsuke Nakamura

Smackdown Women's Championship
Becky Lynch (c) vs Charlotte Flair

Intercontinental Championship
Baron Corbin (c) vs Sami Zayn

Raw:

Universal Championship | Triple Threat Match
Brock Lesnar (c) vs Roman Reigns vs Braun Strowman

United States Championship
Jinder Mahal (c) vs John Cena

Raw Women's Championship
Sasha Banks (c) vs Bayley

Raw Tag Team Championships
The Hardys (c) vs The New Day

Singles Match
Dean Ambrose vs Kevin Owens

Cruiserweight Championship
Neville (c) vs Kalisto
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PostSubject: Re: Smackdown Live 2017...Except Not Shit!   Sun Jun 18, 2017 4:28 pm

[On last week's Talking Smack, American Alpha were guests and said that while it may be selfish, they thought they deserved one more championship match. They were interrupted by The Ascension who wanted a title match themselves, and Daniel Bryan made a #1 contenders match for this week, with the winners facing Cesaro and Sheamus next week.]


Smackdown Live | United in Disagreement
August 8, 2017


Opening Segment
Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon come to the ring. Shane apologizes for the chaos that closed the show last week, and says that they need to continue to keep AJ Styles and Seth Rollins apart for the next two weeks, to give the fans the match that they want to see at Summerslam. Bryan interrupts him, saying that he's been telling him this whole time to just let them fight. It's what AJ wants, it's what Seth wants, and it's what the fans want. Shane says it's too late for that this week, as he's already given Seth Rollins the night off, and the Architect is home in Iowa right now. In addition, AJ Styles has a non-title match with Luke Harper tonight, to take his mind off the situation as well. Daniel says he's getting a little tired of Shane always trying to play mediator and separate people ever since he lost to AJ Styles at Wrestlemania. He says letting people who want to fight fight is one of the founding principles of professional wrestling, and that it seems like Shane has become afraid of that. Before Shane can respond, they're interrupted by the music of Sami Zayn, who comes out with Apollo Crews and Tye Dillinger. Sami says that if Daniel wants to let people who want to fight fight, then he can have his way right now, because the three of them want to fight Baron Corbin and the Wyatt Family tonight, and they ask for a 6-man tag match. Bryan looks at Shane, who shrugs, and then turns back and grants them their request.
82% Rating

Singles Match
Shelton Benjamin def. Dolph Ziggler (6:22)
77% Rating

Segment
Renee Young is backstage with Randy Orton. She begins to ask him about his attack on Shinsuke Nakamura last week, and their match in two weeks at Summerslam, but he simply stands in silence. She asks him why he isn't saying anything, and he simply cracks a smile. Finally, she asks if this silence is some sort of mind game he's playing with Nakamura, to which he chuckles to himself and walks off, leaving Renee very frustrated.
83% Rating

Singles Match
Carmella [w/James Ellsworth] def. Naomi (7:21)
Ellsworth does something useful for once and interferes to get Carmella the win.
68% Rating

[The announcers hype the 6-man tag, the #1 Contender's match, and the Main Event later tonight.]

Segment
Alexa Bliss comes to the ring. She says that she stood her ground against the attack of Emma last week, and that she is fit to be the face of Smackdown Live. She says that she faces every problem head-on, and can even get extreme when needed. Emma comes out, saying that Alexa is making a mountain out of a molehill. She asks if this is really some sort of test to Alexa, and that to her, the story is no more than: Emma beat Alexa, Alexa attacked Emma, Emma attacked Alexa back. She says that if the knows anything about wrestling, that kind of story can only be ended with one last match. Alexa says she'd be happy to prove that she's a much better wrestler than Emma, but Emma says that's not what she had in mind; Alexa just said she wanted to get extreme, so Emma challenges her to a no disqualification, no countout, falls count anywhere match. Alexa hesitates for a second, but says that's fine with her too.
79% Rating

6-Man Tag Team Match
Intercontinental Champion Baron Corbin, Bray Wyatt, and Erick Rowan def. Sami Zayn, Apollo Crews, and Tye Dillinger (10:08)
Corbin pins Tye after a low blow while the Wyatts are brawling with the others to distract the ref.
76% Rating

Segment
Randy Orton is walking toward the exit of the arena. He turns around, cautious, but simply smirks and continues on...only to be attacked from the side by Shinsuke Nakamura. He whacks Randy in the head with the MitB briefcase and lays him out with a Kinshasa before laughing and walking off, leaving Orton barely conscious on the floor.
81% Rating

Smackdown Tag Team Championships #1 Contender's Match
American Alpha def. The Ascension (4:28)
After the match, The Usos run in and attack American Alpha. The two heel teams beat them down for a while before Cesaro and Sheamus run in for the save.
74% Rating

Segment
AJ Styles is backstage. He says it's not often he agrees with Daniel Bryan, but tonight he does. Shane McMahon should have let Seth Rollins come to work today, so AJ could make him eat his words. He says Summerslam has quickly become one of the most important nights of his career, because he has to make sure he breaks Seth Rollins: mentally and physically. He says he's going to show Rollins that the true wuss is someone that resorts to name-calling and can't back it up. In addition, if he wasn't the Face that Runs the Place, he would pity Luke Harper tonight, because AJ Styles is going to make an example out of him.
98% Rating

Segment
Charlotte Flair comes to the ring. She says the outcome of the Women's Championship match in two weeks is already decided, and that Becky Lynch cares too much about her precious friendship to defeat her. She won't be able to attack her friend; she doesn't have the guts. She compares Becky to Sasha Banks and Bayley on Raw, saying they both cared about other things too much to stack up to Charlotte, who was always focused on being champion, and commends Sasha for finally seeing it her way and turning on Bayley several weeks back. She says she's getting a bit off topic, but that it doesn't matter; she doesn't have to focus on Becky, because as she said, Becky doesn't have what it takes to beat her friend down to the point where she can defend that title, and it's only a matter of time before Charlotte takes back what's hers. Becky's music hits, and the champion slowly, calmly walks down to the ring as Charlotte continues to ridicule her. You can see the rage build up inside Becky as she stands in the ring, with Charlotte insulting her over and over again. Finally she snaps, hitting Flair with a Bexploder and laying into her with a flurry of ground-and-pound elbows. Charlotte eventually manages to escape the ring, but with a drip of blood coming out of her nose as Lynch holds up the title in the ring.
86% Rating

Singles Match
WWE Champion AJ Styles def. Luke Harper (16:48)
After the match, AJ grabs a camera, points it at Harper selling, and yells repeatedly "This is Seth Rollins at Summerslam!"
88% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4


Show Rating: 81%
Viewership: 2,975,000


Confirmed Matches for SummerSlam

Smackdown:

WWE Championship
AJ Styles (c) vs Seth Rollins

Singles Match
Randy Orton vs Shinsuke Nakamura

Smackdown Women's Championship
Becky Lynch (c) vs Charlotte Flair

Intercontinental Championship
Baron Corbin (c) vs Sami Zayn

Raw:

Universal Championship | Triple Threat Match
Brock Lesnar (c) vs Roman Reigns vs Braun Strowman

United States Championship
Jinder Mahal (c) vs John Cena

Raw Women's Championship
Sasha Banks (c) vs Bayley

Raw Tag Team Championships
The Hardys (c) vs The New Day

Singles Match
Dean Ambrose vs Kevin Owens

Pre-Show Match
Samoa Joe vs Finn Balor

Pre-Show Match | Cruiserweight Championship
Neville (c) vs Kalisto
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PostSubject: Re: Smackdown Live 2017...Except Not Shit!   Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:35 pm

Smackdown Live | Final Showdown
(Go-Home Show to Summerslam)
August 15, 2017


[As the show starts, the commentators announce that Seth Rollins and AJ Styles will have one last verbal confrontation before Summerslam in the ring at the end of tonight's show. We then go right into the first match.]

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Emma def. Alexa Bliss (13:04)
Emma wins after several kendo stick shots and an implant DDT on the stage.
74% Rating

Segment
American Alpha are backstage, warming up for their title match tonight. Gable tells Jordan that he's surprised they didn't save this match for Summerslam. Jordan says that they should take what they can get. Suddenly, from either side of them appear The Usos and The Ascension, all four scowling at the #1 contenders. Gable and Jordan quickly assess the situation and conclude that they need to get out of there, and they carefully walk out of the shot.
71% Rating

Singles Match
Luke Harper def. Tyler Breeze (6:18)
74% Rating

Segment
Renee Young is backstage with Sami Zayn. She asks him if he plans to be at ringside for Baron Corbin's match with Shelton Benjamin tonight ahead of their match at Summerslam. Sami says he doesn't, because he knows what will happen. Corbin will cheat, he'll steal a victory, and bring further disgrace to the Intercontinental Championship. He says it's almost over though, because after Summerslam he will be champion, and that he may not be able to live up to the great champions in history, he at least takes solace in the fact that he'll be a better champion than Corbin.
81% Rating

Tag Team Match
Bray Wyatt and Erick Rowan def. Tye Dillinger and Apollo Crews (7:57)
Wyatt pins Tye.
74% Rating

Segment
Randy Orton comes out. He doesn't grab a microphone, he simply enters the ring and sits down in the middle. A minute passes and nothing happens, and the crowd begins to get restless. Finally Shinsuke Nakamura's music hits, and Money in the Bank-san comes down to the ring. Randy stands up as they meet face to face in the middle of the ring, not talking, just angrily pressing foreheads together. Suddenly, Randy attempts and RKO, but Nakamura throws the briefcase into his hands and Orton RKOs that instead. As Randy tries to get up, Shinsuke hits him with a Kinshasa and stands tall over him with the briefcase.
76% Rating

Singles Match
Intercontinental Champion Baron Corbin def. Shelton Benjamin (9:34)
There's an exposed turnbuckle involved in the finish of this match.
76% Rating

Segment
Charlotte Flair comes to the ring with a comically huge wad of gauze on her nose. She says that Becky Lynch broke her nose last week (she totally didn't) and that it looks like Becky doesn't want to be friends anymore. She says it probably took everything out of Becky to attack her best friend like that. Becky comes out, looking very angry. Charlotte starts asking how Becky can sleep at night, but Lynch tells her "Shut up, bitch!". As Flair looks on in shock, Becky tells her that in a few months time, she might try to be friends again, but for right now, no, they are not friends, and at Summerslam, she's gonna break Charlotte's arm.
84% Rating

Segment
A black truck pulls into the loading dock. The door opens, and out steps Seth Rollins. With a very serious look on his face, he starts to walk toward the arena.
89% Rating

Smackdown Tag Team Championships
American Alpha def. Cesaro & Sheamus (c) by disqualification (6:35)
The champions dominate the first 5 minutes of the match, but as soon as Alpha gain the advantage, The Ascension and the Usos run in and attack them for the DQ.
The two teams beat down on Alpha for a while, but the champions recover and drive them all off.

81% Rating

[After this match, Shane McMahon comes out and says that that was unacceptable. He suspends The Usos and the Ascension for one week without pay, and announces that there will be a rematch of this match on the Summerslam Pre-show, in a no-disqualification match.]

Closing Segment
AJ Styles comes out to the ring, followed by Seth Rollins. They take a little time to milk the crowd before AJ finally speaks. He says that in 5 days, the fans will finally get the rematch they've been waiting months for. He says the nonsense is over, no more fines, no more name-calling, no more mind games. He says there's only one measure of who's going to win this Sunday, and that's their head-to-head record. He says the facts don't lie, and he beat Seth at Backlash, so there's no way he'll lose at Summerslam. He says that he is the Face that Runs the Place, and the Champ that Runs the Camp, and that beating Seth is his Plan for Summerslam. Seth tells him that doesn't rhyme, and AJ tells him to shut up. Seth says it's his turn now and starts talking about how AJ's arrogance will be his downfall. He says that Styles has spent weeks trying to get into Seth's head, but it didn't work, and now he's backpedaling. He says there was no guarantee of a winner until the end of their first match, but with AJ's overconfidence, Rollins would put his money on himself this time. Seth says he's at the top of his game, and he'll stop at nothing to become WWE Champion at Summerslam. He tells AJ that the only thing he'll be at Summerslam is the King that gets Slayed in his Ring. Seth turns back toward AJ, and Styles tries to clothesline him, but Rollins ducks it and hits him with the Kingslayer. Seth picks up the title and holds it in the air while sticking a foot on AJ's chest, an iconic image to close the show.
99% Rating


Show Rating: 81%
Viewership: 2,935,000


Final SummerSlam Card

Smackdown:

WWE Championship
AJ Styles (c) vs Seth Rollins

Singles Match
Randy Orton vs Shinsuke Nakamura

Smackdown Women's Championship
Becky Lynch (c) vs Charlotte Flair

Intercontinental Championship
Baron Corbin (c) vs Sami Zayn

Pre-Show Match | Smackdown Tag Team Championships | No Disqualification Match
Cesaro & Sheamus (c) vs American Alpha

Raw:

Universal Championship | Triple Threat Match
Brock Lesnar (c) vs Roman Reigns vs Braun Strowman

United States Championship
Jinder Mahal (c) vs John Cena

Raw Women's Championship
Sasha Banks (c) vs Bayley

Raw Tag Team Championships
The Hardys (c) vs The New Day

Singles Match
Dean Ambrose vs Kevin Owens

Pre-Show Match
Samoa Joe vs Finn Balor

Pre-Show Match | Cruiserweight Championship
Neville (c) vs Kalisto
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PostSubject: Re: Smackdown Live 2017...Except Not Shit!   Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:15 pm

WWE Presents
Summerslam
August 20, 2017


Pre-Show Matches:

Cruiserweight Championship
Neville (c) def. Kalisto


Smackdown Tag Team Championships | No Disqualification Match
American Alpha def. Cesaro & Sheamus (c) (12:29)
90% Rating
Meltzer: ****

Segment
Shane and Daniel are backstage. Shane says his suspensions last week were a good idea after a match like that. Daniel disagrees about the suspensions, but does commend Shane for adding the No DQ stip to this match. There's clearly a bit of tension forming between the two.
87% Rating

Singles Match
Finn Balor def. Samoa Joe



Main Card:

United States Championship
Jinder Mahal (c) def. John Cena (15:27)


Intercontinental Championship
Sami Zayn def. Baron Corbin (c) (12:58)
84% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/4

Singles Match
Kevin Owens def. Dean Ambrose (14:40)


Smackdown Women's Championship
Becky Lynch (c) def. Charlotte Flair (17:03)
84% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/2

Raw Tag Team Championships
The New Day def. The Hardys (c) (14:31)


Singles Match
Shinsuke Nakamura def. Randy Orton (15:18)
86% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

Universal Championship | Triple Threat Match
Braun Strowman def. Brock Lesnar (c) and Roman Reigns (22:15)

Raw Women's Championship
Bayley def. Sasha Banks (c) (11:56)


WWE Championship
AJ Styles (c) def. Seth Rollins (32:36)
This match goes way over the assumed end time of the show, and the show doesn't finish up until about 11:20 ET, when AJ finally wins with a Spiral Tap.
99% Rating
Meltzer: *****



Show Rating (Smackdown Portion Only): 89%


[The main event got 100 crowd reaction and 100 match quality. However, since the game rounds those up, they were probably both around 99.5, and the average was rounded down.]
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