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PostSubject: Summer Slam 2017 - DA - SR - RR   Sat 26 Aug - 16:59



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Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins def. Cesaro & Sheamus to become the new Raw Tag Team Champions



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Believe this: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins, brothers-turned-rivals and back, reformed their alliance and burned down “The Bar,” defeating Cesaro & Sheamus in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center to become the new Raw Tag Team Champions.

Yes, this really happened.
Not only did The Lunatic Fringe successfully win tag team gold with the man he once vowed to hunt to the ends of the Earth, but the two reunited Shield-mates knocked off one of the most imposing tandems in WWE to do it.

Cesaro & Sheamus held an undeniable early advantage over the challengers, bullying them around the ring and employing a tag team strategy that was all but ironclad.

The Swiss Cyborg knocked Ambrose off the apron into the path of a waiting Brogue Kick, while Sheamus joined in with his partner to smash Rollins hip-first onto the arena floor.

With The Lunatic Fringe briefly kayoed, Sheamus metaphorically tore Rollins to pieces, while Cesaro leapt over the outside barricade and literally tore apart a beach ball that had been making its way through the capacity crowd.

Even though Ambrose roused to life and helped get his team back in the match, “The Bar” held a narrow advantage by the skin of their fingertips.

Ambrose & Rollins got more and more innovative, but the titles remained just beyond their reach, usually because either Cesaro or Sheamus saved the other from disaster.

(The King of Swing had the biggest save of all, bailing Sheamus out of a potential double powerbomb.)

Now, it was Ambrose who found himself isolated and trapped in Cesaro’s Sharpshooter after Sheamus flattened Rollins with a rolling senton to the outside.

The champs took full advantage of the two-on-one, hitting a top-rope clothesline-powerbomb combo and landing a cheap shot after a brief distraction of the referee.

This wasn’t exactly overwhelming to The Lunatic Fringe, who all but dared the champions to hit him with their best shot.

So, they did, setting him up for a double-team White Noise variation.
But the move never hit home.

Rollins repaid Ambrose’s earlier assault and rose to life, connecting with a springboard hurricanrana that hurled Cesaro into his partner, then superkicking both champs and blasting the legal man Sheamus with his ripcord knee to the face.

Ambrose provided the finishing touch to The Alabaster Gladiator, hitting Dirty Deeds to break “The Bar” and win the Raw Tag Team Titles.

Given that the new titleholders celebrated their win with the old-school Shield fist bump, allow us to sum it up in the only way that feels appropriate: “November, Echo, Whiskey, Charlie, Hotel, Alpha, Mike, Papa, Sierra.”

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam 2017 - DA - SR - RR   Sat 26 Aug - 17:07

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Universal Champion Brock Lesnar def. Roman Reigns, Samoa Joe and Braun Strowman (Fatal 4-Way Match)




BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Brock Lesnar isn’t going away anytime soon, though not for lack of trying on the part of Roman Reigns, Samoa Joe and especially Braun Strowman.

In a match where The Beast Incarnate staked nothing less than his WWE future on the outcome, the reigning, defending, undisputed Universal Champion defeated his three opponents to retain his title in a SummerSlam Fatal 4-Way that all but reduced the Barclays Center to a smoldering crater at the corner of Atlantic and Flatbush.

While each Superstar was a destroyer in his own right, the four competitors picked a certain strategy throughout the course of the demolition-derby contest.

Reigns played offense, dishing out Superman Punches and Spears at will, including one that plowed Lesnar through the barricade in the early goings of the match.

Joe played spoiler, largely appearing whenever there was a weakened, staggered or otherwise compromised opponent ripe for his near-inescapable Coquina Clutch submission hold.

Lesnar, who didn’t necessarily need to be involved in the conclusion of the match to lose his title, was left to play defense, fighting through onslaughts from his three opponents to stay in the eye of the storm at all times.

Then there was Strowman who, for lack of a better term, played the role of one-man wrecking crew, focusing most of his efforts on the champion himself.

In a ploy to remove The Beast from the equation, The Monster Among Men put Lesnar through not one, but two of the ringside announce tables, then tipped a third on top of The Conqueror, leading ringside officials to carry Brock out on a stretcher.

(A wailing Paul Heyman was on the verge of needing one in his own right as his client was carted away.)

Strowman, whose ear was bloodied after Reigns hit him with the steel steps, couldn’t quite close out against the two Samoans, despite breaking up a Coquina Clutch that nearly put The Big Dog to sleep.

Had it stayed between those three, The Monster Among Men might have pulled out the win, but Lesnar wasn’t finished with him.

The Anomaly stormed back over the frantic, if ineffective, objections of WWE officials to turn the bout into a proverbial race to the finish, with each Superstar jockeying for position in brutal fashion.

Reigns Superman Punched everything on two feet that wasn’t wearing a referee shirt and Speared Lesnar, only to suffer the brunt of a Coquina Clutch that was broken up, again, by Strowman.

The Monster Among Men executed a Running Powerslam that would have gone for three had Brock not pulled the ref out of the ring. Lesnar, as he did before, countered Joe’s Coquina Clutch with an F-5, and Reigns broke up the three-count, finally bringing The Beast to the edge with a trifecta of Superman Punches.

Yet, when he revved up for a potential final Spear, Lesnar hoisted him for a sudden-strike F-5 that ended the match in as brutal and abrupt a fashion as it began.

So, Brock Lesnar remains champion. Braun Strowman and Samoa Joe are left to lick their wounds.
Roman Reigns comes up short.

And the rest of us are left to ponder the biggest question of all: If these three can’t defeat Brock Lesnar, who on Earth can?

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