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Corbin Cashes In !!

The Singh Brothers come to the stage under a spotlight as the boos continue. They introduce the WWE Champion and out comes Jinder Mahal in a suit.Mahal takes the mic and comments on today being Independence Day for the great nation of India. Jinder goes on until a group of Indian dancers come out to perform on the stage. Jinder also brings a woman into the ring to sing the Indian national anthem. The dancers start performing again, making their way to the ring now. The Singh Brothers dance around Jinder in the ring. The music stops and the boos pick up. Jinder rips the fans for booing him and says we will see him beat our hero John Cena later tonight.Jinder says Cena had the company on his back for years but there's a new face. Jinder takes credit for WWE going international and for people signing up to the WWE Network to see him retain at SummerSlam. Jinder says he will beat Cena more convincingly than Shinsuke Nakamura ever could tonight. Then at SummerSlam, Jinder wi…

Bloody Finn!! Lesner and Strowman Brawl!!

We go right to the ring and out comes Dean Ambrose. Ambrose calls for the music to be cut. He knows everyone is asking what's up with him and Seth Rollins after last week. Ambrose calls Rollins out to the ring and here he comes to another pop.Ambrose says he's sick and tired of playing the games. He's just going to ask... what is Rollins doing? They have some back and forth before Rollins says they both know that they can run this place if they team up again. Rollins says if Ambrose is willing to put the past in the past, he's done playing games. Rollins offers his fist for a Shield-style bump and fans pop, then a "yes!" chant breaks out. Ambrose takes it all in and thinks about it. Ambrose can't believe this. This leads to another argument between the two. Rollins says maybe this was just a stupid idea, but maybe it wasn't. Rollins gets hype and says no one can touch them. He changes his tune and says maybe too much has happened. He's do…

SAni†Y Lays Out The Authors of Pain

Sanity's Nikki Cross kicked off this week's show, screaming as she is prone to do, before Alexander Wolfe and Killian Dain joined her in the ring. The unstable faction called out NXT tag team champions The Authors of Pain.Akam and Rezar answered but were attacked from behind by the returning Eric Young, who zip-tied Rezar to the guardrail.Akam suffered a beatdown at the hands of the group while his tag team partner dragged part of the rail to the ring, only to beaten and pummeled by Young and the rest of Sanity. Sanity stood tall, sending a message loudly and clearly to the champions.   After weeks of video packages, The Street Profits debuted Wednesday night, taking on The Metro Brothers.Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford drew a nice pop for their first appearance.Dawkins and Ford demonstrated their athleticism early in the short squash. The latter overcame a bit of offense by Chris and CJ and made the hot tag to Dawkins.The newcomers scored the win moments later, kicking off …

Randy's Revenge Ruined by Rusev

John Cena kicked off this week's episode of SmackDown Live by giving props to Shinsuke Nakamura after last Tuesday's encounter and admitting he now understands why fans chant for him.Mr. Money in the Bank Baron Corbin interrupted the proceedings, sporting new theme music and a bad attitude.He reminded Cena that he does what he wants when he wants. Cena responded by referring to him as a dumpster fire, inspired by a sign in the crowd, and he challenged Corbin to come to the ring and get put through another table, as he was after last week's physical confrontation.Corbin declined, telling Cena to shove his respect and that the 16-time champion is not worth his time.General manager Daniel Bryan appeared and announced Cena vs. Corbin for SummerSlam.     Tye Dillinger and Sami Zayn defeated Mike Kanellis and Aiden English two weeks ago. They reunited Tuesday to battle former SmackDown tag team champions The Usos.It worked out early as they stunned Jimmy and Jey heading…

Last Man Standing

The Miz demanded to face off with Jason Jordan. Raw general manager Kurt Angle stepped out instead, informing him Jordan wouldn't be a part of Miz TV, Lesnar would. The Miz mocked Paul Heyman and taunted Lesnar He said he believed Reigns, Strowman and Joe were all more likely to exit SummerSlam as universal champ. Heyman asked the audience to pretend The Miz and Miztourage were Lesnar's SummerSlam opponents before The Beast Incarnate laid out the heels. Lesnar got to show off his destructive power and rev up the crowd by gobbling up the heels. The Miz got to be his egotist self in a fresh setting. Both Lesnar and The Miz's respective rivalries got some spotlight in the process.              In a rematch from last week, Seth Rollins clashed with Sheamus in a match that started out with a furious pace. The Kingslayer pounced on Sheamus, chased off Cesaro, and proved intense and focused against his opponent. Rollins dominated, but Cesaro distracted him long enough…

The return of Asuka and Johnny Gargano

Johnny Gargano returned to the NXT Arena for the first time since TakeOver: Orlando, where he was betrayed and brutally assaulted by former tag team partner Tommaso Ciampa. His opponent was Cruiserweight Classic competitor Raul Mendoza, seeking a major upset over "Johnny Wrestling." Gargano out-wrestled his opponent early, surviving every attempt at a reversal and appearing confidently in control of the bout. Mendoza utilized his athleticism, though, to evade his opponent and deliver a big kick to the face. Gargano withstood the onslaught and forced a tap out, courtesy of the Gargano Escape.
Asuka returned to NXT Arena Wednesday night and addressed her match with Ember Moon at TakeOver: Brooklyn. She reasserted her stance that Moon is not ready for her, to which the No. 1 contender responded by interrupting Asuka's promo and coming face-to-face with the champion in the ring. A brawl between the two broke out, each unloading on the other. Asuka caught Moon with a big kick …