Another fun week of wrestling is about to end. We can’t just end it without helping out the folks who missed out on all the fun, can we? So for all the busy bees out there, here are the condensed version of this action-packed week in WWE.
And trust us, you missed a whole lot if you weren’t able to keep up. But we’ll try our best to shorten your watching time with our humble list. So kick back and start your weekend off with these fantastic matches.
The Shield vs. Dogs of War – RAW
It’s as if WWE bought Super Show-Down back to America because this week, The Shield and the Dogs of War headlined once again two days after their date in Australia. While the Hounds of Justice were able to thwart these three baddies, they failed to finish the job this week on RAW after Ambrose ate up a huge Claymore Kick for the loss. This failure was so bad, we don’t even know if there’s even a Shield next week after Ambrose walked out.
Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair – SmackDown Live
The heated rivalry between Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair just reached a new high after this week’s happenings. After getting counted out during their Super Show-Down rematch, both women continued to slug it out at ringside. Charlotte didn’t want the champion to escape so she sacrificed her body by spearing Becky through the LED board in the stage area. It was a brutal display of violence with Charlotte keeping a bloody arm as a receipt.
Cedric Alexander vs. Tony Nese – 205 Live
Just days after losing his Cruiserweight Championship at Super Show-Down, Cedric Alexander entered the 205 Live ring this week as a warrior with a goal in front of him. Unfortunately, he was up against Tony Nese, another competitor with something to prove. Alexander proved to be a tough opponent, but Nese was able to out-muscle the former champion. Nese ultimately gained his biggest victory yet after an impressive 450 Splash form the top rope.
Ricochet vs. Pete Dunne vs. Adam Cole – NXT
Three premiere NXT Superstars beat each other up for the NXT North American Championship this week. What’s not to love? Ricochet defended his title with his bold attitude while Pete Dunne and Adam Cole didn’t make it easier for him. It’s hard enough to explain what happened next, just watch the full match when you get a chance. All you have to know is that Ricochet retained the title by hitting two birds with one unbelievable 450 Splash.
Mia Yim vs. Kaitlyn – Mae Young Classic
It’s the Round of 16 and only one quarterfinals spot remain. It’s up to the returning Mia Yim and the returning Kaitlyn to settle which comeback will prove successful in the Mae Young Classic. Needless to say, both women did not disappoint in giving everyone a hell of a match. Both Mia and Kaitlyn were willing to play dirty just to get the pin but in the end, it was Mia who scored the win by exploiting her opponent’s tweaked knee.