We are welcomed to another episode of Mixed Match Challenge by our hosts for the evening: Michael Cole, Beth Phoenix, and Corey Graves. Corey Graves attempts to demonstrate how to use Facebook Live or whatever but doesn’t really succeed so we check out Rusev and Lana backstage where Rusev is chanting, “CRUSH! CRUSH! CRUSH!” while Lana dicks around on her phone. Elsewhere Charlotte and Bobby Roode are also dicking around on phones.
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Welcome everyone to another action-packed episode of Mixed Match Challenge. As always our hosts for the evening are Michael Cole, Corey Graves, and Beth Phoenix. They spend a couple minutes teaching us how to swipe right on our phones to make emoticons appear if we happen to actually be watching on Facebook Live rather than some random sketchy download because Facebook Live doesn’t exist in our countries of residence. They then inform us that we need to get our last minute votes in to pick who will serve as the special guest referee for this match: Kurt Angle or Daniel Bryan before we get down to the ring for action.
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Champions clashing! Every SmackDown title is on the line! It’s time for WWE’s Clash of Champions baby! We get a brief video package about champions clashing and the duo of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn being shitheels before we head back to some arena in Boston for action! Our hosts are Tom Phillips, Corey Graves, and Byron Saxton.
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AW YE YE! It’s time for another installment of the best 2012 Saturday Morning WWE program of all the times: Saturday Morning Slam! After the generic shitrock theme song that kicks off each and every show Voiceover Guy gives us a rundown of what’s to come and then tosses it to a little segment called…
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This is the premiere episode of Saturday Morning Slam, a short lived Saturday morning wrestling show geared at children from 2012. It’s time for lots of arm drags and body scissors and dudes always missing finishers that inflict damage to the head and/or neck!
Voice Over Guy gives us a rundown of what’s to come on this week’s episode and then introduces the first segment.
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After an opening video package highlighting the stuff that went down last week as well as hyping two huge matches for tonight (Styles vs. Owens and Cena vs. Nakamura) we head to Cleveland, Ohio for action. Tom Phillips, JBL, and Byron Saxton are calling the action.
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Lana gets her third shot at the SmackDown Women’s Championship and proceeds to tap out in five seconds. Tamina comes out at the end and has Lana come with her. I expect training montages to follow in the weeks to come.
“Good morning WWE Universe! It’s time for another hot episode of WWE Saturday Morning Slam! Today we’ve got two hot matches comin’ atcha! United States Champion, Antonio Cesaro takes on R-Truth in our main event, but first a battle between Tons of Funk and the Prime Time Players over who is the greatest dancing tag team!” announces the unseen Saturday Morning Slam announcer guy.
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The first Smackdown brand exclusive PPV since the brand split has a pretty stacked card. New championships are up for grabs and existing championships will be defended. Who’s going to walk away with gold and who’s going to go home empty?
The show begins with Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan coming out to hype up the event and Smackdown as a brand before telling us that the match for the new Smackdown Women’s Championship is coming up now!
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