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[TV Results] WWE ‘Raw’ – 2/11/2013

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With one week to go until Elimination Chamber, this episode of Raw was all about building to this Sunday’s PPV…in between all of the filler. On this week’s show the final spots in the Elimination Chamber match were filled, Jack Swagger debuted a potentially awesome manager/mouthpiece, Paul Heyman and CM Punk have an emotional moment, and WWE Champion The Rock returned to hype up his match this Sunday and, erm, tell a story about a Nashville crackhead he bought a car from.

Click “read more” for results and notes from the show. Match times and other information come from Jason Powell‘s detailed recap over at ProWrestling.net.

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[TV Quick Recap] NXT – 1/23/2013

NXT Recap

The tournament to crown the first-ever NXT Tag Team Champions begins this week, as The Wyatt Family is in action as well as the new team of Adrian Neville & Oliver Grey. NXT Champion Big E Langston is also in action as well as Sasha Banks and Corey Graves, plus an appearance by a certain legendary “Showstoppah”.

Click “read more” for quick match results and a brief rundown of the show. For more detailed coverage check out my report over at Lords of Evolution.

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[TV Results] WWE Main Event – 12/26/2012

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Here are the results of Wednesday’s episode of WWE Main Event, courtesy of Chris Shore‘s live report over at ProWrestling.net.

  1. The Great Khali won a  battle royal in 18:46; he will challenge Antonio Cesaro for the WWE United States Championship on next week’s show. Cesaro was on commentary for the match and shook Khali’s hand after he won the battle royal.
  2. Tyson Kidd/Justin Gabriel defeated 3MB (Jinder Mahal/Drew McIntyre) [w/ Heath Slater] in 15:08.

Other participants in the battle royal included: Primo, Epico, Yoshi Tatsu, Drew McIntyre, Jinder Mahal, Justin Gabriel, Tyson Kidd, Jey Uso, Jimmy Uso, William Regal, Brodus Clay, Damien Sandow, Cody Rhodes, Titus O’Neil, Darren Young, Zack RyderSantino Marella, and Wade Barrett.

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[TV Quick Recap] NXT – 12/5/2012

NXT Recap

This week on NXT, Antonio Cesaro butts heads with a now face Michael McGillicutty, Yoshi Tatsu keeps busy now that there isn’t enough time on Superstars to include him every week, Bo Dallas looks for a fight, and in the main event Leo Kruger attempts to make Tyson Kidd his next trophy.

Click “read more” for a basic recap of the events, plus my thoughts. If a move by move recap is more your thing, check out my coverage of the show over at Lords of Evolution.

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[TV Recap] NXT – 11/14/2012

NXT Recap

This week on NXT, The Ascension continue treading water until their eventual call-up to WWE, Big E Langston responds to the bounty placed on him last week, Bray Wyatt continues being awesome, Roman Reigns exists, and in the main event Jinder Mahal puts his number one contendership on the line against Bo Dallas.

Click “read more” for a full recap of the show plus my own thoughts and observations (which you can skim through if you really want to).

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[TV Results] WWE Friday Night Smackdown – 10/26/2012

This week on Smackdown, the final push for Hell in a Cell commenced, Randy Orton felt the barrage of Wade BarrettTeam Hell No went to war with The Rhodes Scholars in singles matches, and Sheamus and The Big Show met in for an in-ring verbal confrontation to sell their match for Sunday. Click “read more” for an overview of the match results/segments from the show.

All information from this week’s show is gleaned from Chris Shore‘s far more detailed coverage over at ProWrestling.net.

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[TV Quick Review] WWE Superstars – 10/4/2012

This week on Superstars, The Rhodes Scholars continue their ascension to the near-top of the tag team ranks by facing off against The Usos in the main event. Plus Wade Barrett brings his barrage to the C-show, David Otunga takes a break from being Brogue Kicked, and Yoshi Tatsu will once again try to score a win (you can guess how that turns out). Click “read more” for a quick review/recap of the show plus some thoughts of my own.

Note: Due to Hulu Plus having shorter commercial breaks, match times may vary.

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[TV Quick Review] WWE Superstars – 9/27/2012

Spoiler Free Match Lineup:

  • Yoshi Tatsu Vs. Heath Slater
  • Ted DiBiase Vs. Michael McGillicutty
  • [WWE Divas Champion] Eve Torres Vs. Layla in a Non-Title Match
  • Main Event: Kofi Kingston Vs. Dolph Ziggler 

Note: This quick review is done through Hulu Plus, so commercial breaks between matches might be shorter and match times might be off.

 

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[TV Quick Review] WWE Superstars – 8/23/2012

Quick Reviews work a little bit differently than recaps; instead of going blow and by blow, I’ll be giving a basic overview of the show (results, match grades, etc.) and an overall score. It’s like a “Reader’s Digest” version of what I normally do.

Commentators: Scott Sanford/Matt Striker

Damien Sandow makes his way to the ring as Scott Stanford and Matt Striker welcome the home audience. Josh Matthews is out due to an attack by Kane at Summerslam.

Sandow gets on the mic and calls the fans ignorant, but he will cure them since it is his duty. “You’re welcome”. Excellent. I love this guy. Yoshi Tatsu makes his way out next, reminding viewers at home that he is indeed still on the roster.

Match #1: Damien Sandow pinned Yoshi Tatsu (4:24)

  • A showcase match for Sandow, who is on the rise in the WWE, and a decent one at that. Tatsu did manage to get some good offense in as well, which Sandow sold beautifully. All in all not too bad of a match that lacks a story or purpose other than to continue to get Sandow over. Sandow Sandow Sandow. (C+)

Main event announced for this week’s show: Justin Gabriel will take on Cody Rhodes.

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Summerslam Recap Slideshow: Triple H/Brock Lesnar. Striker reminds everyone that Trips suffered a “broken arm” at the conclusion of the match.

Raw Recap: Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman’s opening monologue gloating about their victory, Shawn Michaels‘ heartfelt (read: lame) monologue “thanking” Trips for a great career.

Superstar TOUT: Brock Lesnar quits the WWE (as seen on Raw)

Drew McIntyre makes his way out for the next match. He has a badass TitanTron video. McIntyre is wearing a cast due to a fractured left hand. Striker says the winner of the next match could be in line for a championship match (right) then goes into an awkward plug for the September PPV Night of Champions. Alex Riley comes out next. This is a rematch from last week’s Superstars.

Match #2: Alex Riley pinned Drew McIntyre (3:56)

  • I was sad to see that match end so quick as both men were working really well together (minus an awkward dropkick botch by Riley). I wouldn’t be surprised if they faced again next week although they don’t really need a rubber match. (C+)

Video Package: The Smackdown Asian tour two weeks ago.

Superstars Hype: Gabriel/Rhodes main event.

Raw Recap: CM Punk and John Cena‘s confrontation from the end of last Monday’s Raw followed by Punk kicking Jerry Lawler in the back of the head.

Justin Gabriel makes his way out to the ring for the main event. Stanford informs of his loss to Rhodes two weeks ago on Superstars and how Gabriel is looking to redeem himself. The match is next!

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We’re back at Gabriel is in the ring. Out comes his opponent Cody Rhodes. Striker says Rhodes tried to hit on Gabriel’s girl last Monday so their rivalry is now personal because it’s about “ego” (cute, but I’m not buying it).

Main Event: Cody Rhodes pinned Justin Gabriel (11:28)

  • Gabriel/Rhodes put on a great main event for Superstars and a match that was worthy of being on either Raw or Smackdown. Very impressive. Good way to end this show as well. (B)

Overall Show Grade: C+

  • Favorite Match: Justin Gabriel/Cody Rhodes
  • Least Favorite Match: Alex Riley/Drew McIntyre

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