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The Morning Roundup 12/5/16: TLC, Final Battle, & More


Tables, Ladders, & Chairs Results – WWE

AJ Styles retained the WWE World Championship with the aid of James Ellsworth in the main event of last night’s TLC event. Styles & Ambrose pulled out all the stops including an insane 450 splash from the ring to a table at ringside by AJ and an Ambrose elbow from the top of a ladder mounted on one announce table through the other announce table.  Also of note, two championships changed hands as Alexa Bliss defeated Becky Lynch in a Tables Match for the Women’s Championship and Bray Wyatt finally won his first WWE championship as he and Randy Orton defeated Rhyno & Heath Slater to become SmackDown Live Tag Team Champions.

Final Battle Results – Ring of Honor

Not to be outdone, several big happenings occurred at Ring of Honor’s Final Battle pay-per-view Friday Night in New York City. Kyle O’Reilly defeated Adam Cole for the ROH World Championship, The Kingdom were crowned the first ROH Six-Man Tag Team Champions, Cody Rhodes debuted and turned heel against Lethal and the Ring of Honor fans, and it was revealed that Broken Matt Hardy and Brother Nero would be coming to Ring of Honor to challenge “The Bucks of Youth” and “Dim Boys”.

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The Morning Roundup 10/10/16: No Mercy


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No Mercy Results – WWE

Luke Harper returned to distract Randy Orton long enough for Bray Wyatt to nail him with Sister Abigail and score a victory over the Viper in the show-closing match of No Mercy.  Why didn’t I call it the main event you ask? Because WWE opened last night’s event with the match labeled “The Main Event”, as AJ Styles defeated John Cena & Dean Ambrose by pinning Cena after a chair shot. Earlier in the match, Styles tapped to a double submission by Ambrose and Cena, causing the referee to restart the match. And in the other standout match of the evening, Dolph Ziggler captured his 5th Intercontinental Championship, keeping his career going in the process, against The Miz. Another solid show all around for the blue brand.

Lynch Pulled from No Mercy – Cageside Seats

Becky Lynch did not defend her Women’s Championship as scheduled due to an undisclosed medical reason that is not in-ring related and not serious. Her match with Alexa Bliss has been rescheduled for the November 8th Smackdown Live in Glasgow, Scotland.

Hell In A Cell Matches – Wrestling INC

Just like that, we’re on to the next one. In three weeks, Hell In A Cell takes place on the WWE Network from Boston, MA, and two new matches were made official during the No Mercy broadcast.  Joining Rusev vs. Reigns in a Hell In A Cell match will be two championship rematches: Charlotte vs. Sasha for the Women’s Championship and Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins.

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The Morning Roundup 8/15/16


Omega Wins G1 Climax – Wrestling Observer

Kenny Omega won this year’s G1 Climax tournament yesterday morning in Sumo Hall by defeating Hirooki Goto.  By winning the tournament Omega has earned to the challenge for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship at next year’s WrestleKingdom 11, but he also has to defend the title shot like a championship until his opportunity takes place.

McGregor Takes Aim at Cena – With Spandex

UFC Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor is talking about WWE superstars again, this time tossing insults at John Cena, calling him a “big fat, 40-year-old failed Mr. Olympia motherf**ker.”

Vader vs Ospreay Report – Cageside Seats

Cageside has a live report from this weekend’s long talked about Vader vs. Will Ospreay match.  Vader picked up the victory in what sounds like a wild affair that finished with Ospreay cutting a pipe bomb promo post match on egos in wrestling in 2016.

Impact Wrestling Spoiler – Twitter

On the heels of Bobby Lashley unifying all of TNA’s championships on this past week’s Impact, TNA introduced a new championship called the Impact Grand Championship at this weekend’s tapings. The championship will be contested in “MMA inspired” matches consisting of 3 timed rounds and a panel of judges for matches that go the distance.  A tournament will begin on Impact in the next few weeks culminating at Bound For Glory.  Click on the link to see a photo of the new belt.

The Morning Roundup 8/3/16


Post-Smackdown Summer Slam Updates – WWE

John Cena vs AJ Styles and Apollo Crews vs The Miz have been added to the SummerSlam card following last night’s SmackDown Live. The former came about during a promo confrontation segment and the latter came after Apollo Crews won a triple threat match over Kalisto & Baron Corbin.

CM Punk Documentary to Air on Fox Sports 1 – With Spandex

In preparation for his UFC 203 debut, FS1 will air a UFC documentary chronicling Punk’s evolution from pro wrestler to pro mixed martial artist.

SmackDown Women’s Championship – Lords of Pain

Daniel Bryan confirmed on the “Bear Hug It Out” podcast, that SmackDown will indeed be introducing a Women’s Championship of its own in the future.

Money In The Bank 2016 Results


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WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins defeated Roman Reigns with The Pedigree

Money In The Bank Cash-In for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Dean Ambrose defeated Seth Rollins with Dirty Deeds

For the second time in seven months, a Money in the Bank cash-in has ended a new champion’s ever so brief reign.

Dean Ambrose cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase won earlier in the evening to become the NEW WWE World Heavyweight Champion after immediately after Seth Rollins defeated Roman Reigns in a 25+ minute match to re-capture the championship he didn’t lose.  While the crowd, predictably wasn’t into a match predominately controlled by “The Guy,” both Reigns and Rollins did great here, highlighted by a bonkers Spear-turned-Pedigree spot towards the end of the match. Rollins nailed a second pedigree for the title win.  Which then cued, Dean Ambrose making good on his threat to cash-in should he win the Money in the Bank contract.  Ambrose, echoing the chair shot which shattered the Shield, came in hit Rollins with the briefcase from behind to signal his cash-in.  One Dirty Deeds later, the Lunatic Fringe was champion.

Ambrose’s win comes a year after losing in a photo finish to Seth Rollins at last year’s Money in the Bank title match and marks all three members of the Shield holding the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, on the same night no less.

VIDEO: Ambrose’s First Interview as WWE World Champion via WWE

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