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In the very least, Lucha House Party should have protected him because those a-holes have benefitted the most under Corbin's cruel regime. Braun Strowman Natalya vs. Ruby Riott Tables Match Natalya won this one by top rope powerbombing Ruby through a table with a picture of Ruby on it. It was kind of what we expected. Violent retribution for Ruby ruining the Anvil's entire legacy apparently by crushing his sunglasses were they a horcrux?
The match never got better than this soaring Liv Morgan table spot though It wasn't the smoothest execution, this match, and the build to it got laughably uncomfortable at times, but at least there are other talented women on the roster being given a storyline.
All three members of the Riott Squad went through tables but in the end the Anvil table remained intact. Which is great because I still insist that's an awesome gift and Nattie should cherish it.
Drew McIntyre Haha, don't like the result? Watch RAW tomorrow night to see the exact opposite. Yes, Finn got one over on Drew here in a tough yet expectedly bland match thanks to Ziggler attacking Drew on the outside. Much like how Finn helped Dolph catch a win over McIntyre a few weeks back. By the way, it's a shame that Drew's on the brand with no world championship.
And because RAW rarely has a second singles title for the men to fight over these days, most everyone gets locked into these do-nothing cycles of matches that don't mean anything. It's all a holding pattern. But, you know, Vince is supposed to stop by RAW tomorrow to "shake things up. Either that or he's going to say "Mantaur's your new GM" while berating Baron Corbin for all the things that are actually his own fault. It's gonna get pathetically meta.
Finn Balor Rey Mysterio vs. Randy Orton Chairs Match Man, it's like death by a thousand okay matches here. To be fair, I normally go mentally limp for every Randy Orton match these days. But Rey always makes things more palatable. He's the eternal spitfire babyface and he's still got that spark that can bring a match alive.
That spark didn't quite work here, but none of Randy's recent conquests, all in the name of destroying our "favorites" who also happen to be stars of yesteryearhave made waves.
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It was what it was. This was rad though. Nia Jax Hah, this was the best match so far it's been a night. Ronda gets better with each outing.
Her change-up, from the suplex position to the grapple choke, was awesome. As was her step up knee strike. And it didn't erase the fact that it was a competitive match that also made Nia look good.
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Nia got to toss Ronda around for a good portion of the time, though Ronda usually treated Nia's giant frame like a jungle gym, climbing her way all around it to try and lock in holds. The Becky Lynch attack on Nia backstage, after the loss, was perfection too. Becky Lynch might go on last. AJ Styles That was a truly excellent match. Great work, time to tell a story, and a clutch finish. I know we were all excited when these two faced off before, both as babyfaces, but things didn't click right then.
A touch of viciousness. One of them needed to be heel. Now that there's a "bad guy," these guys could freakin' cook. The announcers didn't quite call it right at the end because Bryan was supposed to be going for another groin kick and they said he was trying for a knee. It was a mirror of the first kick, the one that helped him win the title, what with Styles almost hitting the ref with the Phenomenal Elbow and all.
So the sneakiness wasn't quite sold at the end, but it wasn't the end-all be-all. The match was still aces. I wouldn't call it a classic just yet, but I'd certainly love to see them fight again with some interesting stipulations. As it stands, Bryan won clean, even though Styles was forced to evade a low blow just seconds before it.
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Winner, and still WWE Champion: Dean Ambrose Dang, I was excited for this one too. I mean, no they never clearly figured out why Dean turned heel. They never provided a good explanation for it and maybe it's why they never went at each other verbally in a RAW segment and remained separate most of the timebut I was still interested in this one. But for a deeply personal grudge match, this was super plodding.
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And Corey would not let up on Renee on commentary. He suddenly took strong exception with everything Ambrose had done over the past few months isn't he the most heel commentator? It really felt like either Renee and Corey were about to brawl or Rene was going to turn heel.
And the match, which went on for too long, lacked the fierceness we all expected.
It eventually built into something a bit better, but by then the crowd was chanting "This is boring! He was emotional and slapping Dean, sure, and screaming "This is for Roman!
McKissicthose guys do a great job of holding the ball high and tight. He has thrown just 62 interceptions during his career to go along with touchdown passes. Seattle plans to go all out against the Cardinals even though the Seahawks have already wrapped up a playoff berth. Carroll has said all week that maintaining momentum and continuing to play good football is more important than worrying about who could get injured.
Plus, the team does have something to play for given that a loss and a Minnesota win over Chicago would drop Seattle from the No. Not one player is listed as out and only left guard J. Why push someone like Fluker out there against the Cardinals if he's only 80 percent healthy when Seattle will most certainly need him against in the playoffs against Dallas or Chicago, which both feature top 10 rushing defenses?
Should the Seattle Seahawks be motivated against the Arizona Cardinals? By Aaron Fentress December 27, 6: Go all out or chill? For coach Pete Carroll, the answer is an easy one.
This is 22 coming up, I think. We leave no room for error in that approach, ever. A loss to the Cardinals coupled with a Minnesota win over Chicago would push Seattle to the sixth seed behind the Vikings The only clear impact in that happening would be that the Seahawks would then play at Chicago in the first round rather than at the Cowboys. For many reasons, playing at Dallas would be more desirable. I mean, who really would wants to play at Chicago against that defense in January?
But there's also another reason for Seattle to want to win on Sunday. Although this scenario is quite unlikely, it is very much possible. If both the Vikings and the Seahawks were to upset their way to the NFC championship game the fifth seed would host that game.
How badly would Seattle want to kick itself if it were able to win two road playoff games, look up and see that the Vikings are still standing and that the NFC title game could have been held at CenturyLink Field?