ROH Final Battle Results (12/13): Night of the Living Franken-Champion

ROH Final Battle Results
December 13, 2019
Baltimore, MD

1. Josh Woods & Silas Young def. Dalton Castle & Joe Hendry

— Alex Shelley came out and talked about the history of Ring of Honor, comparing it to pro wrestling’s classroom where talents come and learn from the best, and go on to do great things. Some of them come back. He wanted a match with Colt Cabana, who said he was disappointed to find himself not booked despite being the NWA National Champion, and coming off the NJPW World Tag League tour. Shelley challenged him to a technical wrestling match, and Cabana accepted.

2. Kenny King def. Rhett Titus

3. Jeff Cobb def. Dan Maff

4. Bandido & Flamita def. Flip Gordon & Marty Scurll

5. Vincent def. Matt Taven

6. Mark Haskins def. Bully Ray in a Baltimore Street Fight

7. Alex Shelley def. Colt Cabana

8. Maria Manic def. Angelina Love

9. Dragon Lee def. Shane Taylor (c) to become the new ROH World Television Champion

10. Jay Lethal & Jonathan Gresham def. The Briscoes (c) to become the new ROH World Tag Team Champions

11. PCO def. Rush (c) to become the new ROH World Champion

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Welcome to our live coverage of the go-home edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown heading into WWE TLC weekend. Feel free to discuss the show in the comments section below, and remember to refresh this page throughout the night for updated results, kicking off at 8PM ET.

DECEMBER 13th, 2019

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WWE NXT Results (12/11)

WWE NXT Results
December 11, 2019
Winter Park, FL

WWE NXT is set to begin at 8pm ET on USA Network. Leave any thoughts, opinions, musings, etc. in the comment section or send them to @RossWBermanIV on Twitter.

The show opens with a recap of last week’s NXT, but that gets interrupted by Adam Cole in the production truck. Cole bemoans the fact that Balor, Ciampa & Lee are getting a #1 Contender Match. He says none of them have the right to challenge him and that he hopes they destroy each other.

1st Match: WWE NXT Cruiserweight Championship Match: Lio Rush (c) vs. Angel Garza.

Rush attacks Garza during the ring introductions. Both men brawl as the bell rings. Garza spears Rush to the outside. Rush slams Garza into the steel steps. Rush gets on the apron, but Garza pulls him off, slamming Rush’s face into the apron. Garza rolls Rush into the ring for a nearfall.

Rush stops Garza from taking off his pants. Rush hits a kip up kick. Garza dodges a springboard back elbow and hits a basement dropkick. Garza covers for a nearfall.

Garza traps Rush in the corner and smacks Rush repeatedly. Garza hits a Superkick. Garza covers for a nearfall. Rush crushes Garza’s gut with a shoulder thrust. Both men trade blows. Garza sends Rush into the top rope, throat-first. Rush retreats from the ring as we head to the commercial break.

Garza dominates for much of the commercial break. Back from break, Rush regains the momentum and sends Garza to the outside. Rush hits an Asai Moonsault to the outside. Rush rolls Garza back in the ring. Rush hits Robinson Special for a nearfall.

Rush pummels Garza. Garza hits Rush with The Come Up for a nearfall. Rush counters a Slingshot Suplex with a crossbody for a nearfall. Rush climbs to the top rope. Garza recovers and stops him. Garza hits a Step Up Enzuigiri. Rush pushes Garza off the top rope but Garza does a handspring and jumps back up to the top rope. Garza hits an Avalanche Spanish Fly and covers for a nearfall.

They trade blows. Rush hits a Back Kick. Garza hits a Superkick. Both men collapse on the canvas. Rush hits a Wingclipper for a nearfall. Garza stops Rush from going for a slingshot. Garza gets Rush in an Electric Chair and drops him on the ropes but Rush recovers with a Come Up. Rush hits Final Hour. Garza rolls out of the ring. Rush grabs at Garza’s tights but Garza’s tights come off.

Rush climbs to the top rope and attempts a Final Hour to the floor, but Garza counters. Garza sends Rush back in the ring. Garza hits a Wingclipper for two. Garza locks in a Reverse Full Nelson for the submission in 15:15.


After the match, a video package shows all the highlights from the Shayna Baszler/Rhea Ripley feud. Backstage, Cameron Grimes is shown warming up.


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AEW Dynamite Results (12/11)

AEW Dynamite Results
December 11, 2019

Jon Moxley vs. Alex Reynolds

We start the show with Mox coming down through the crowd and he is FIRED UP. Moxley goes running and nails a running knee then follows that up with a Paradigm Shift immediately and picks up the victory! We have a new record!

Winner: Jon Moxley

After the match, we hear the music of Chris Jericho, and we see him come out alongside his Inner Circle. Jericho makes his way down the ramp, flanked by his crew and they surround the ring, Jericho with a mic in one hand and an Inner Circle t-shirt in the other. Guevara, Hager, Santana, & Ortiz surround each side, while Jericho gets in the ring.

Jericho tells Moxley to calm down, if he wanted to attack him, they would have done it already. He says that the Inner Circle has been impressed with him and he is the top guy as far as he is concerned. He said that the two of them have a lot of history. Moxley destroyed his property, Jericho put him in the hospital and Jericho showed him how to become a main event surperstar. And now that it is here, Jericho was there to navigate him to AEW. He repaid him by laying him out at Double or Nothing, but that’s ok, because it showed him that he still has a chip on his shoulder….but even still, Moxley needs Jericho.

Jericho tells Moxley to imagine if Moxley joined forces with the Inner Circle. That is why he wants to ask him to join the Inner Circle. He grabs the T-Shirt and tells him that this doesn’t have to be an answer that he answers tonight. He says to think about it, talk it over with his lovely wife, and have a good holiday. But just imagine that him teaming up with Le Champion….that is a TRUE paradigm shift. So think about it…they’ll be waiting.


Before the match, we get a video with MJF calling him an idiot for picking QT Marshall. He calls him champ, then reminds everyone…wait…he can’t be champ.

QT Marshall starts the match with The Blade, and Cody actually tags himself in. We get both men sizing each other up before a collar and elbow tie up. Cody backs The Blade into the corner, but The Blade reverses. He charges at Cody, but Cody goes underneath and pushes the Blade back with a dropkick into the corner. He climbs up and hits some right hands before The Blade walks out and Cody nails The Blade with a snap powerslam.

The Blade tags in the Buther, while Cody tags in QT. The Blade hits a couple of shoulder blocks on QT, but QT surprises him with a right hand. He bounces off the rope and The Bunny grabs him by the foot. He goes to the outside which allows the Blade to tag in and jump up and over onto Marshall.

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WWE Monday Night Raw Results

Welcome to our live coverage of the go-home edition of WWE Monday Night Raw heading into Survivor Series weekend. Feel free to discuss the show in the comments section below, and remember to refresh this page throughout the night for updated results, kicking off at 8PM ET.

DECEMBER, 9th, 2019


We kickstart the show with Jerry Lawler in the ring as he reveals that Rusev and Lana’s relationship is at the point of no return, and tonight he will oversee the signing of their divorce contract. Lana turns up with a lawyer and they hand over a letter revealing that the restraining order has been lifted for this moment.

However, it is only the distance section of that law that has been lifted, everything else remains. Lana says she has to be honest, and she tells him that she used to love him so much. Lana says she loved him when the WWE Universe didn’t.

She continues, stating that Rusev became just another statistic as the fame and fortune and people chanting “Rusev Day,” it got to his head. Lana then blames the WWE Universe for making their marriage fail, but Rusev chimes in and tells her to calm down.

Rusev shows the clip from what happened last week, and Lana responds by saying that Rusev will never find someone like her again. Rusev says he doesn’t like her, so why would he want another. Rusev wants to get to the point (don’t we all) and sign the divorce papers.

Rusev tries to sign them first, but Lana grabs them and states it will be her first and states that she will be taking their dog. Lana signs, but Rusev doesn’t do it straight away. He says he wants something first, which leads Lana to claim he wants to have sex again.

Rusev says that isn’t what he wants, instead he wants a match with Bobby Lashley, which leads to him coming out. Lashley says it is ridiculous and then reveals that when the divorce is over, he will ask her to marry him. Rusev says he doesn’t care and eventually signs the papers, but Lashley ends up slamming his head onto the table.

The fight then spills to the outside as Lashley dominates, but when they get back to the ring Lashley eats a Machka Kick as Rusev then plants him through the table.


Kevin Owens is asked why he was attacked and he says it was easy to figure out, AOP attacked him because Seth Rollins told them to do it. He thinks the reason is that he was the only one who told him he was full of crap. KO says he was lucky to get away, but tonight that will be a problem for AOP, and he is going to go look for them.

KO walks around and bumps into Rey Mysterio, and he says he has KO’s back, but Owens says he can’t accept that. Rey then interrupts him and again says that he has Owens back, handing him his trusty steel pipe.

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Dave Bautista Announced for WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2020

Just one year after he retired from in-ring competition, WWE has confirmed that the Animal, Dave Bautista will be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame.

WWE has given us what we want, as Bautista will be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame, Class of 2020 in Tampa, Florida during WWE WrestleMania 36 weekend.

The six-time World Champion told (who broke the news first):

“Vince [McMahon] called me personally to ask me, I was just … I wasn’t surprised, but I was pretty happy. It’s a good feeling, it’s a really great feeling.”

The Animal continued, discussing what he is most nervous about:

“As soon as I hung up the phone, I was … and excuse my language, I was like, ‘S–t, I gotta give a speech.’ “

“And that is what I’ve been stressing about since. And I said that at WrestleMania last year: It’s the end of my in-ring journey, but it’s not the end of my journey with the WWE. I will always be connected with them, I’ll always be affiliated with them, I hope that I will always have a good relationship with them. So it doesn’t really feel like an ending for me, it feels like, kind of, I’m right in the mix. … All I can say is it feels good, it’s just satisfying. I feel like I accomplished something. I feel like it was all worth it.”

Earlier today it was confirmed that legendary faction, nWo will also be getting inducted during the same event, making this a very star-studded show already.

The event will take place on Thursday, April 2, and tickets will be available for fans to purchase this Friday.

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Four nWo Members to Headline WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2020

As was first reported by ESPN, it has been confirmed that the WWE Hall Of Fame class of 2020 headliners will be none other than the nWo.

That’s right, WWE will be inducting another legendary faction into the prestigious WWE Hall Of Fame during the upcoming WWE WrestleMania 36 weekend in Tampa, Florida.

Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and Sean Waltman (who will headline for the second year in a row after being inducted as a member of DX in 2019), will all be inducted for the second time in their careers as WWE honors the group’s achievements.

“You’ve got four guys that were basically going at Vince as a shoot, pushing hard to actually try to take over,” Hogan told ESPN. “Not put him out of business but basically take his spot and be the No. 1 company. All of a sudden, you’re inducting four guys in the Hall of Fame that 20 years ago were trying to stab you in the back. It’s like Vince says: In the WWE, never say never.”

The ceremony takes place on April 2, 2020 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, as part of WrestleMania 36 weekend. Tickets for the event go on sale Friday.

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