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July 26th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Photos,Smackdown Results,TV Recap,Videos,WWE

We come back and Greg Hamilton gives the grand introduction to Shane as he takes it all in while posing in the corner. Shane takes the mic as a “you suck!” chant starts up. Shane says Kevin Owens has the night off and he’s not allowed in the building,but Owens did give him the idea for this first-ever Town Hall. Shane says he will be happy to listen to any Superstar, as long as they are respectful. Shane says let’s get started and asks who wants to go first. Roman Reigns finally steps up to the mic for a pop. Reigns says Shane doesn’t get it – no one in this room respects him. As far as diplomacy goes, Shane can kiss Reigns’ ass. Fans pop. Shane says that’s not exactly respectful, so Reigns will be fined and Shane will deal with him later. Fans boo. Shane asks if anyone else wants to go. He calls Charlotte Flair to the mic and says she always has something to say. Flair kisses up to Shane and says from one family to another, thank you. She says the McMahon Family has been nothing but gracious to her, since the day she was born, and it makes her sick that Owens would take advantage of her kindness. Liv Morgan steps up to the mic and interrupts, asking Flair to stop being a phony for once in her life. Liv asks if there’s anything real about Flair. Flair asks who she is and if she even works here. Flair says because we’re all born with blue tongues and she didn’t even know Liv worked here until Owens belched her name out last week. Liv says it’s because of people like Flair that people like her don’t get opportunities. Shane cuts her off.

Shane calls Buddy Murphy to a mic. Buddy says Owens did mention his name last week but he doesn’t need Owens to fight his battles. Murphy says Owens should keep his name out of his mouth before it gets slapped out. Shane is impressed and says he will be talking with Buddy later and he’s no longer the best kept secret. Shane calls Apollo Crews to a mic next. Crews says everyone agrees with what Owens said last week. Zelina Vega and Andrade take a mic next. Vega doesn’t appreciate that Crews is trying to kiss up to the WWE Universe right now. Vega challenges Crews to face Andrade tonight. Andrade speaks in Spanish and yells at Crews. The guitar hits and out comes Elias to the front. He starts his promo but new SmackDown Tag Team Champions Big E and Xavier Woods stop him, calling him the biggest jackass in history. WWE Champion Kofi Kingston won’t say he likes Owens, because they don’t, but he is making good points. Kofi points to how long it took him to get a WWE Title shot. Kofi says everyone on the stage has potential to do great things but Shane isn’t giving opportunities. Kofi’s mic is cut out and Shane apologizes. Shane says he thought the meeting went well, it was a great start. He thanks everyone for coming and says the first SmackDown Town Hall has concluded. Shane’s music hits and the roster starts to go to the back.

Cesaro comes down the ramp with a mic and says he has something to say. Shane says Cesaro is on RAW, and asks why he’s here. Cesaro says he’s here under the Wild Card Rule and he’s here to issue a challenge. Cesaro challenges Aleister Black to pick a fight with him, in a rematch from WWE Extreme Rules. Shane makes the match official. Shane goes on speaking when Owens suddenly appears behind him in the ring. Fans start cheering. Shane turns around and it looks like Shane botches it at first, but Owens drops him with a Stunner. Owens retreats through the crowd as fans cheer him on. Owens stops on the stairs Wthe crowd and stares at Shane as he recovers in the ring. We go to commercial.

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July 16th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Digitals/Screencaptures,Raw Results,Recap,TV Recap,Videos,WWE

Charly Caruso is backstage with Roman Reigns now. She asks how he plans to carry the momentum from Extreme Rules into tonight’s main event. Reigns says he doesn’t care what anyone says – not Braun Strowman, not Randy Orton, not Rey Mysterio, not even his brother Seth Rollins. Reigns says this is his week – the ESPYS, the Hobbs and Shaw premiere, teaming with The Undertaker last night at Extreme Rules, and the only way he ends the week strong is by winning tonight’s Battle Royal, so he can go on to face Lesnar at SummerSlam and win his WWE Universal Title back. Reigns walks off.

Cole shows us a video package on Roman Reigns’ big week – winning the first-ever Best WWE Moment award at ESPN’s ESPYS, attending the “Hobbs and Shaw” premiere with The Rock in Hollywood. We see Reigns backstage warming up for the main event. Back to commercial.

Cross Brand All-Star Top 10 Battle Royal: Big E, Sami Zayn, Seth Rollins, Bobby Lashley, Rey Mysterio, Baron Corbin, Roman Reigns, Cesaro, Randy Orton, Braun Strowman

We go to the ring for tonight’s main event and out first comes new SmackDown Tag Team Champion Big E. The winner of this match will challenge WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam. Sami Zayn is out next followed by Seth Rollins, Bobby Lashley, Rey Mysterio, Baron Corbin, Roman Reigns, Cesaro, Randy Orton and then Braun Strowman is out last. We hear a warning ring out before Braun comes out, “All 9 of these Superstars are about to get these hands!”

The match is about to begin until the music hits and out comes Lesnar with Paul Heyman. Lesnar is carrying a steel chair. He puts the title down on the stage and will be watching the main event from there. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and the match begins as Lesnar and Heyman look on. Rollins goes right for Corbin and unloads. Corbin chokeslams Rollins. Corbin tries to eliminate Rollins but he hangs on. Orton and Rey go at it. Braun and Lashley go at it. Braun works on Lashley’s taped ribs. Corbin and Lashley double team Braun in the corner now. Cesaro uppercuts Sami. Cesaro uppercuts Rollins, then Reigns. Cesaro runs wild with uppercuts all over the ring now. Cesaro delivers tons of uppercuts and then a Cesaro Swing to Rey in the middle of the ring.

Cesaro tosses Rey over the top but he hangs on. Big E scoops Cesaro but Cesaro slides out. Cesaro with a Swing attempt on Big E but Lashley breaks it up. Lashley eliminates Cesaro easily over the top. Strowman goes on and eliminates Lashley.

Big E and Strowman come face to face in the middle of the ring now. They have words before going at it. Reigns works on Sami in the corner. Corbin tries to dump Reigns. Big E lifts Braun for a Big Ending. Orton with the RKO to Big E. Sami tosses Big E and eliminates him, stealing the elimination. Sami laughs it up and turns around to a big RKO from Orton. Rey hits 619 on Sami. Orton eliminates Sami over the top.

Reigns goes over but Orton drops him with the RKO. Orton and Rey go at it now. Rey with 619 to Reigns. Reigns with a Superman Punch to Orton to send him through the ropes but not over. Corbin takes advantage and eliminates Rey. It’s down to Rollins, Reigns, Corbin, Strowman and Orton, who is still on the outside. Strowman, Reigns and Rollins triple team Corbin now. Rollins eliminates Corbin over the top.

Strowman takes turns unloading on Reigns and Rollins. Reigns accidentally hits a Spear on Rollins as Braun moves. Reigns is shocked. Strowman tries to dump Reigns but he hangs on. Rollins comes over and eliminates them both at the same time. Orton comes from behind and tosses Rollins over the top but he hangs on. They fight with Rollins still on the apron, trading big right hands as fans cheer them on and rally for both. It seems like the Orton chants are louder. Orton with the big draping DDT to Rollins. We see Lesnar and Heyman standing and watching from the stage.

Orton taunts Lesnar and says he will take the title, but wastes time with Rollins being down. Orton plays to the crowd and poses for more cheers. Orton drops down and waits to strike as Rollins gets up. Rollins blocks the RKO and hits a big Stomp for a pop. Rollins tosses Orton over the top rope to get the win and the title shot at SummerSlam.

Winner and New #1 Contender: Seth Rollins

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July 15th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Digitals,Pay Per View Results,Screencaptures,Videos,WWE

No Holds Barred Match: The Undertaker and Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre

We go to the ring and the boos start up as soon as Shane McMahon’s music hits. Shane makes his way out to the ring first. Mike Rome stops his original introduction and gives Shane a big “Best In the Word” introduction. Drew McIntyre is out next. Roman Reigns is out first for his team. Shane and Drew try to intimidate Reigns as he waits by himself for his partner to come out. The bell finally tolls as the lights go out and The Undertaker’s grand entrance begins.

Taker stands with Reigns and they stare down their opponents, who aren’t backing down. Taker takes off his hat as the lightning strikes and fans pop. Renee accuses Shane of hiding behind Drew, who is staring Taker down. Fans start chanting Taker’s name. The bell finally rings as Drew starts off with Reigns.

They talk some trash and meet in the middle of the ring. Drew strikes first and they start brawling. Reigns sends Drew into the corner and rocks him with a big right hand. Reigns scoops Drew for a Samoan Drop but Drew slides out. Drew ends up hitting a big belly-to-belly across the ring. Drew takes it to the corner and tags in Shane after stomping away on Reigns. Shane comes in to boos. Shane with a bunch of strikes on Reigns in the corner. Reigns comes back with a big right hand. Reigns mounts Shane in the corner and unloads with strikes as fans count along. Taker is ready to come in and fans pop. Shane tries to avoid it. Taker tags in to a big pop. Taker unloads on Shane with strikes and big shoulder blocks. Taker drops a leg over Shane’s arm and covers for a 2 count.

Taker grabs Shane by his arm and stares Drew down. Taker lets Shane get close for a tag but yanks him back, still staring Drew down. Taker goes up for Old School but Shane pulls him down and unloads with strikes in the corner. Taker easily turns it around and beats Shane down in the corner. Taker continues running over Shane as Reigns looks on smiling. Fans chant “you still got it” at Taker now. Taker goes back to the top rope and this time hits Old School for a big pop.

Drew reaches for a tag and Taker allows it. Taker and Drew stare each other down as Drew slowly comes in. They meet face-to-face and Drew strikes first. Taker fires back with strikes and they trade shots in the middle of the ring. Drew kicks Taker in the face but he just takes it. Drew counters a shot and clotheslines Taker over the top but he lands on his feet. Taker brings Drew out and sends him into the apron. Taker with a big leg drop on the apron. Taker brings it back in for a 2 count.

Reigns unloads on Drew in the corner as fans count along. Reigns levels Drew with a big boot to the face off the ropes. Shane tries to distract from the apron and Reigns rocks him to the floor. Reigns ends up hitting the floor hard after Shane interferes again. Taker comes over and grabs a steel chair, chasing Shane up to the stage. Drew stops Taker at ringside and launches him into the steel ring steps. Drew brings it back into the ring as Shane comes back to the ringside area. Drew with a suplex to Reigns for a 2 count. Drew drops Reigns again and tags in Shane to make the 2 count. Shane mounts Reigns with strikes for another pin attempt. Drew with another quick tag, taking Reigns back to the corner. More offense by the heels, keeping Reigns down. Drew grounds Reigns in the middle of the ring and works on the arm as Taker waits for a tag, pacing the apron.

Reigns finally counters Drew in the corner but Drew rocks him. Reigns catches Drew with a Samoan Drop and they both go down. Taker rallies the fans for Reigns now. Drew charges but Reigns moves and Drew hits the ring post shoulder-first. Taker and Shane tag in at the same time. Taker drops Shane and then Drew. Taker tosses Drew into the corner and then another corner. Taker with a corner splash. Taker scoops Shane and hits Snake Eyes. Taker follows up with a big boot. Taker knocks Drew off the apron, then clotheslines Shane over the top to the floor. Shane hits the apron on the way down. Taker follows Shane and stomps him. Taker starts taking apart the middle announce table now.

Taker looks to powerbomb Drew through the announce table but Elias runs down and nails Taker with a guitar shot to the back. Fans boo as Taker goes down. Reigns comes over and beats on Elias until Drew drops Reigns with a Claymore Kick into the timekeeper’s area. Taker gets up and blocks a shot by Elias. Taker goes for a chokeslam to Elias but Drew drops Taker with a Claymore.

Drew takes apart an announce table. Shane directs traffic as Drew and Elias bring Taker over to the middle announce table, laying him on top. Shane goes back in the ring and goes to the top. Shane flies and nails a huge elbow drop, putting Taker through the announce table. A “holy s–t!” chant breaks out. Elias and Drew check on Shane as we go to replays of the flying elbow drop. Taker is still out as Drew and Elias drag him back into the ring. Shane gets up and stumbles to the ring as well.

Shane orders Elias and Drew to drag Taker into the corner, positioning him against the turnbuckle. Shane brings a trash can from under the ring and puts it against Taker’s face. Drew works Taker over while he’s down as Shane slowly goes back to the top. Shane cuts his own throat to mock Taker. Shane leaps again, this time hitting a big Coast 2 Coast to Taker and the trash can in the corner. Reigns runs around the ring and hits a Superman Punch to Elias. Drew takes Reigns down on the floor with a Russian leg sweep. Shane drags Taker to the middle of the ring and looks to crawl for a pin but Taker sits straight up. Shane can’t believe it.

Taker stands up and puts Shane back down with a chokeslam. Elias comes in but Taker also hits him with a chokeslam. Taker stands tall and cuts his own throat but Drew is now standing behind him. Taker turns around but Reigns runs in with a big Spear to Drew before he can hit Taker with a Claymore. Reigns grabs Shane and sends him into Taker. Taker scoops Shane and hits a Tombstone Piledriver in the middle of the ring for the pin to win.

Winners: The Undertaker and Roman Reigns

After the match, Taker and Reigns stand tall over Shane as the bells start to toll. Taker and Reigns stare at each other and nod in a show of respect as Taker’s music plays. Taker approaches Reigns, still staring each other down, and they have another show of respect. Taker’s music stops as Reigns’ music begins. The referee checks on Shane and Reigns makes his exit from the ring as we go to replays while Taker is still staring down at Shane. Taker’s music starts back up now. He drops to one knee in the middle of the ring and poses as the lights go low. Cole tells everyone to enjoy it because we don’t know how many more times we will get to enjoy this. Taker makes his exit and stops on the stage to look back and then raise his fist as the lightning strikes.

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July 10th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Digitals/Screencaptures,Smackdown Live Results,TV Recap,Videos,WWE

Kayla Braxton is backstage with Roman Reigns. She asks about the craziness of tonight and his match with Dolph Ziggler. Reigns welcomes the craziness and says Ziggler is not ready for him tonight. He also says he and The Undertaker will do their thing on Sunday, which means Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre will rest in peace.

Roman Reigns vs. Dolph Ziggler

We go to the ring for tonight’s main event and out first comes Roman Reigns as Greg Hamilton does the introductions. Dolph Ziggler is out next.

They enter the ring and get ready to go but Shane McMahon’s music interrupts. Out comes Shane with Elias and Drew McIntyre. They’re going to watch the main event from ringside. They go over to the announcers and Shane shakes Graves’ hand, but that’s it. Shane then has Hamilton give him a grand introduction. Reigns looks on from the ring as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and the bell rings as they get a feel for each other. Shane is on commentary as Elias and Drew stand next to him. Shane tells them they can get a closer look at Reigns if they want. Reigns takes Ziggler to the corner and breaks as the referee warns him. Drew and Elias have moved closer to the ring for a better look at the action, to taunt Reigns. Reigns works Ziggler around the ring, from corner to corner. Reigns drops Ziggler with a big shot off the ropes. Reigns goes for a Samoan Drop but Ziggler slides out and connects with a dropkick.

Ziggler drops a big elbow on Reigns for a 2 count. Ziggler with more offense in the corner now. Ziggler with a big running splash. He goes for another but Reigns rocks him in mid-air with a right hand. Reigns comes out after Ziggler and hits a Drive By after having words for Elias, who is near Shane. Reigns and Drew have words at ringside now. Ziggler tries to take advantage from the ring. This leads to Reigns getting dropped on the floor after Elias comes from behind to distract him, and Drew shoves him into the ring post. The referee was distracted by Ziggler.

Reigns takes a big shot to the back on the outside. Ziggler brings him back in for a close 2 count. Ziggler with another elbow drop for another close 2 count. Ziggler keeps Reigns grounded in the middle of the ring now as fans try to rally for Reigns.

Ziggler with more offense and another close 2 count in the middle of the ring. Reigns finally catches Ziggler with a Samoan Drop and they both are down in the middle of the ring now. The referee counts. Reigns blocks a DDT and levels Ziggler with a clothesline. Reigns with more offense to drop Ziggler into the corner. Reigns looks out at Shane and has words for him before unloading on Ziggler with shots in the corner as fans count along. Reigns with a big boot now. Reigns calls for the Superman Punch as fans pop. Elias tries to interfere but Reigns hits him with the Superman Punch. Ziggler takes advantage and hits the Zig Zag for a close 2 count. Ziggler can’t believe it.

Ziggler cranks up for the superkick now. Reigns gets up and lands a Superman Punch for another close 2 count as Ziggler kicks out just in time. Reigns readies for a Spear but Drew pulls Ziggler out of the ring to safety. Reigns runs the ropes and leaps over the top rope, taking Elias and Drew down on the floor at the same time. Ziggler comes over and drops Reigns with a superkick at ringside. Shane is in the ring now. Kevin Owens hits the ring from the crowd and drops Shane with a big Stunner for a pop.

Fans go wild as Owens escapes back through the crowd. Reigns and Ziggler come back in the ring now. Reigns blocks a Zig Zag attempt. Reigns immediately follows up with a Spear for the pin to win.

Winner: Roman Reigns

After the match, Reigns stands tall as his music hits. They finished the match just in time as the final SmackDown before Extreme Rules quickly goes off the air after Reigns stands back up from the pin.

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July 9th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Images,Raw Results,TV Recap,Videos,WWE

Back from the break and Roman Reigns is with Charly Caruso backstage, asking if he has an idea on who Shane McMahon will pick for his partner tonight. Reigns doesn’t have a headline for Charly but says the only ones playing mind games tonight is his team.

Roman Reigns and vs. Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon

Back from the break and it’s time for the main event as Roman Reigns makes his way out first. Shane McMahon is out first for his team, followed by Drew McIntyre. Reigns waits in the ring as they take mics on the stage. Shane calls on Rome to give them a proper introduction. Shane taunts Reigns about the win at WWE Super ShowDown, and says that’s what will happen tonight. Shane says they will then put Reigns and The Undertaker down in the ground on Sunday. Drew says he can see right through Reigns, unlike the idiots in the crowd. Drew says Reigns acts like he’s a good guy and some kind of role model but he has no respect for Shane or for authority, only himself. Drew promises that tonight and on Sunday, he’s going to beat respect into Reigns. Fans respond with the “what!?” treatment. Drew tells them to shut their mouths and listen to Shane. Shane says he’s finally found the right partner for Reigns. Out comes the 5th grade spelling bee champion, the three-time Prudential Center Employee of the Month, Gary “The GOAT” Garbutt, the janitor. Gary comes out limping to the ring and wearing a lucha mask. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and the bell rings as Reigns unloads on Drew with clotheslines. Reigns with a Samoan Drop in the middle of the ring. Reigns calls for an early Superman Punch but Drew blocks it. Drew with a big right hand and a Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Drew goes on and knocks Reigns out of the ring after he hits the ring post shoulder-first. The referee says a tag was made. Drew brings Gary into the ring and he lands hard. Shane tags in as Gary scrambles to retreat.

Gary decks Shane out of nowhere and springboards in with a clothesline. Gary unloads on Shane after sending Drew out of the ring. Gary runs the ropes and leaps out, taking Drew down on the floor. Fans go wild for Gary as he poses. Gary comes back in and flies at Shane, taking him down. Drew runs in and shuts Gary down with a Claymore Kick for the pin to end the match.

Winners: Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre

After the match, Reigns runs in and knocks Drew out of the ring with a Superman Punch. Shane retreats up the ramp with Drew. Reigns clutches his shoulder as we get replays. Shane and Drew stand tall on the stage as they are announced as the winners. Gary unmasks and it’s revealed to be Cedric Alexander under the mask. Reigns is surprised. Shane and Drew aren’t happy, looking on from the stage. Cedric stands with Reigns as Shane and Drew look on from the stage. The announcers go over the Extreme Rules card as the go-home RAW goes off the air.

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June 25th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Images,Links,Raw Results,TV Recap,Videos,WWE

Still to come, a triple main event – Kofi Kingston vs. Sami Zayn, AJ Styles vs. Ricochet, Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre.

We get a promo on the Roman Reigns – Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre feud. That Handicap Match will take place later.

We see Roman Reigns backstage walking. Back to commercial.

2-on-1 Handicap Match: Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre vs. Roman Reigns

We go to the ring for tonight’s Handicap Match and out first is Shane McMahon. Drew McIntyre is out next and they head to the ring together. Shane has Mike Rome give him a grand introduction as some fans boo. Rome then reveals that there will be no tags in this match, Roman Reigns will do battle against both opponents at the same time. The music hits and out comes Reigns next.

Reigns hits the ring and immediately takes out Shane. Drew unloads on Reigns in the corner and Reigns turns it around. Reigns comes right back and clotheslines Drew to the floor. Shane attacks Reigns but Reigns thrusts him in the corner. Drew pulls Reins to the floor and launches him into the barrier. Drew sends Reigns into the steel ring steps next. Drew grabs half of the steel steps and drives them into Reigns’ face.

Shane and Reigns bring Reigns back into the ring now. Drew holds Reigns down now as Shane decks him. The assault continues as Drew nails a Claymore Kick. Shane mocks Reigns and delivers a Spear as fans boo. Shane calls for another Claymore and Drew delivers. Drew holds Reigns in the corner as Shane goes to the top for Coast 2 Coast. The lights suddenly go down and the bells toll as fans go wild for The Undertaker.

The lights come back on and Taker is in the ring. Taker nails a chokeslam to Shane and a big boot to Drew. Taker unloads on Drew in the corner now. Taker drops Drew with a big right hand. Shane slowly gets up but Taker clotheslines him over the top rope to the floor. The crowd goes wild as Taker stares down Drew and Shane, who are shocked on the ramp. Taker drops to one knee and cuts his own throat as the music hits. The lights go back down as he poses and stares up the ramp. Reigns looks on from the corner, still recovering. Taker continues staring up the ramp as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and The Undertaker and Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre is confirmed for Extreme Rules.

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June 24th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Images,Links,Pay Per View Results,Recap,WWE

Drew McIntyre vs. Roman Reigns

We go to the ring and out comes Shane McMahon first. He stops on the stage and is joined by Drew McIntyre. They head to the ring together. Out next comes Roman Reigns.

Drew meets Reigns at ringside before the bell rings and they start brawling. Reigns sends Drew into the barrier and then brings him into the ring. They brawl as the bell rings. Shane looks on as Reigns mounts Drew with right hands in the corner. Reigns clotheslines Drew over the top to the floor. Shane checks on Drew as Reigns runs the ropes, leaping out to take Drew down on the floor. Shane just avoids being hit. Reigns chases Reigns through the crowd now.

They come back to the ringside area and Drew intercepts Reigns, knocking him out in mid-air. Drew sends Reigns shoulder-first into the steel steps and then brings him back into the ring for punches and chops and kicks in the corner as the referee warns him. Drew with a big overhead throw for a close 2 count on Reigns.

Shane gets cheap shots in on Reigns while Drew has the referee distracted. Drew keeps Reigns grounded with offense and covers for another 2 count. The referee warns Shane. Drew mounts Reigns with strikes. Shane gets involved once again, allowing Drew to hit a Spinebuster for a 2 count. Drew with another big suplex for a close 2 count. Drew keeps Reigns grounded now. Reigns tries to mount offense but Drew rocks him with a clothesline and they both go down. Reigns kicks out at 2. More back and forth now. Reigns finally catches Drew in a Samoan Drop as Shane looks on worried.

Reigns finally mounts offense and sends Drew into the corner. Reigns rocks Drew with big clotheslines as the fans count along. Reigns with a huge boot to the face. Reigns calls for the Superman Punch but Shane jumps on the apron. Reigns knocks Shane off instead. Reigns runs around the ring and hits a Superman Punch off the steps on Shane. Drew comes over and Reigns ends up missing a Drive By. Drew grabs Reigns by his legs and catapults him face-first into an announce table.

Drew brings Reigns back into the ring and drives him into the mat. Drew covers for a close 2 count. Drew ends up taking Reigns to the corner and climbing up for a superplex. Reigns rocks him up top and the back & forth continues. Drew finally hits a superplex but Reigns kicks out at 2. Reigns avoids a Claymore Kick but Drew kicks out of the backslide. Drew drops Reigns with a Glasgow Kick headbutt. Drew goes back to the top but Reigns rocks him in mid-air with a Superman Punch. Drew still kicks out at 2. Reigns readies for a Spear but Drew kicks him. They tangle and Reigns nails a big Spear for a close 2 count as Shane pulls the referee out of the ring.

The referee sells a knee injury on the floor. Shane hits the ring and attacks Reigns, positioning him in the corner. Shane goes to the top and hits a Coast 2 Coast, barely connecting. Shane drags Reigns into the middle of the ring and Drew covers. Shane brings the original referee into the ring but Reigns kicks out at 2. Shane and Drew can’t believe it. Fans chant for Reigns as Drew stalks him in the ring. Drew readies for a Claymore now, yelling at Reigns to get up. Drew charges for it but Reigns nails a Superman Punch instead. Shane charges but Reigns sends him back to the floor. Reigns follows up with a big Spear to Drew for the pin to win.

Winner: Roman Reigns

After the match, Reigns stands tall as his music hits and we go to replays. Reigns hits the corners to pose while we see Drew down on the outside. Shane sits up against the barrier and looks on as Reigns makes his exit.

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June 18th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Images,Raw Results,TV Recap,Videos,WWE

We see Shane McMahon, Drew McIntyre and The Revival backstage hanging out. Roman Reigns is shown walking backstage. Back to commercial.

We go to the ring and out comes Roman Reigns, another Wild Card Rule Superstar for this week. The announcers lead us to a video package for Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre at WWE Stomping Grounds, which includes shots from Reigns’ loss to Shane McMahon at Super ShowDown.

Reigns admits Super ShowDown was bad for him. Reigns says this does not entertain, but what will is him delivering an ass kicking tonight. Reigns calls out Shane to face him one-on-one tonight. Shane appears on the big screen and has some business to handle before he leaves. Shane orders Mike Rome to give him a grand introduction first. Shane says now we can get started. Shane says Reigns shouldn’t be ashamed of losing to the best in the world. We see The Revival and Drew McIntyre in the room with Shane. Shane says he’s not going to come to the ring to face Reigns, but Reigns should be concerned with what happens on Sunday when he faces Drew McIntyre.

McIntyre addresses Reigns now and says Shane is the reason why he’s not out there now tearing Reigns apart, but Shane’s not going to stop him from destroying Reigns on Sunday. Drew says he will take Reigns apart until it gets really uncomfortable, and then Drew might consider pinning him. Drew says he will disfigure Reigns until he goes home bad enough that his kids scream at the sight of him. Reigns has left the ring now as fans pop. Reigns is headed for the backstage area as Shane gets ready. The Revival meets Reigns in a hallway but he takes them out. Reigns enters the room and Drew approaches first but Reigns rocks him. Shane tries to leave the room. Reigns stops him and drops him. Reigns ends up putting Drew through the table of food and drinks. Reigns chases Shane back to the ring now.

Reigns tackles Shane at ringside and unloads on him. Reigns brings it into the ring and levels Shane with a Big Superman Punch. Reigns waits again and this time delivers a big Spear to Shane as he gets up. Fans cheer Reigns on as he stands tall to fans chanting for him. Reigns tells Shane to crawl to the back and tell Drew he’s going to kick his ass on Sunday. Reigns drops the mic as his music starts back up. Reigns exits the ring.

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June 10th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Pay-Per-View Previews,WWE,WWE.Com

At WWE Stomping Grounds, Roman Reigns will look to stomp Drew McIntyre into oblivion for the simple reason that he is associated with Shane McMahon.

After The Scottish Psychopath aided Shane-O-Mac for weeks in his quest to bring Reigns to his knees in retaliation for the former WWE Champion slugging Mr. McMahon with a Superman Punch, The Big Dog decided to double down on his already-scheduled battle against Shane at WWE Super ShowDown by choosing to face McIntyre two weeks later.

But, is Reigns biting off more than he can chew when he faces the same man that he narrowly bested at WrestleMania? After all, it was McIntyre’s help that allowed Shane to prevail in their brutal encounter in Jeddah. Considering how dangerous McIntyre is when his adversary is at full strength, will Reigns possible have enough left to survive?

Tune in to WWE Stomping Grounds, Sunday, June 23, streaming live at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network.

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June 5th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Screencaptures,Videos,WWE

Roman gives his predictionss on the Goldberg vs. The Undertaker match at WWE Super ShowDown. Check out the video above to find out who he feels will win the match. As always screencaptures of the video are in the gallery!

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