Latest WWE news and results – May 3, 2020

Tonight’s WWE SmackDown on FOX clears up from the secured set WWE Performance Center in Orlando. Michale Cole has joined by Corey Graves. They buildup tonight’s line-up. Graves says there will be a new event of Firefly Fun House with Bray Wyatt tonight.

Just nine days from Money in the Bank on pay-per-view, the May 1 event of SmackDown required to fill two of the empty ads in the male and female namesake competitions as Dolph Ziggler fought Otis and mandy Rose shaped off with Carmella in succeeding matches.

Somewhere else on the card, Danial Bryan required a measure of retaliation against King Corbin, just one week after the heel beaten Drew Gulak with the help of Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura.

Who progressive into the May 10 ladder matches, moving one step nearer to a major challenge chance?

Daniel Bryan Kicks Off SmackDown

Daniel Bryan got off the evening’s transmission and before he fought King Corbin in the night’s opening contest, he cut a promotion in which he spoken his love for wrestling and getting to do things that have not ever been done before.

Bryan communicated about the individuality of the future Money in the Bank Ladder Match held inside WWE’s Corporate Headquarters on May 10. He even got a nice excavation on Vince McMahon for having dinosaur bones in his office.

He spoke about the meaning Money in the Bank had on his occupation before segueing into the unfairness borne by Drew Gulak on last week’s show at the hands of Shinsuke Nakamura, Corbin, and Cesaro.

Corbin inwards on the part and cut a promotion that Bryan answered by repeating him that he is one of only four people to whole setback their Money in the Bank cash-in.

The king demanded he was sturdier and smarter and he would win the briefcase.

The music hits and out comes Corbin to the platform with his staff. Corbin reprimands Bryan for calling out a king. Corbin looms Bryan and displays us how Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura and Shinsuke aided him overthrow Gulak in a MITB qualifying match previous week, and the post-match attack. Corbin says that touched good. He needs to save Bryan some time since Bryan will not be achieving Money In the Bank. Corbin speaks he will stand on the roof of WWE HQ and look down at his subjects as King Money in the Bank. Bryan scoffs Corbin for formerly worsening to cash in and says that makes him a loser. Corbin looms him over, saying he will end up like Elias. They have a few more words as the promo goes for almost 10 minutes. Corbin lurks to come to the ring and shut Bryan up. We get prepared for the competition to start as Cole sends us to profitable.

Back from the disruption and they padlock up to begin. Corbin backs off and meetings some trash before locking up again. Corbin receipts it back to the corner and gives off as the referee totals. Bryan parks a big thrill to the leg. They go to bolt up but Corbin rams Bryan back into the corner and works him over with huge right hands. Bryan approaches out of the corner with more thrills. Bryan takings Corbin down. Corbin becomes back up and attaches with a knee to the gut. Corbin drops Bryan with a big shoulder and facts to the briefcase. Bryan comes back and droplets Corbin by the knee. Bryan transports numerous kicks to exhausted Corbin around the ring.

Bryan takes Corbin went down and runs on the leg. Bryan with a knee tavern this time. Corbin gets to the lowest rope to break it up. Corbin gradually stands up and is hobbling a bit. Corbin evades another kick. Corbin clings to getting kicked as he tries to go in. Corbin clutches Bryan this time and puts him down. Bryan changes it around and has Corbin on the mat face-down. More back and into view now. Corbin stands up and puts Bryan back down with a right hand to the opening. Corbin kicks Bryan around and discuss more garbage in his face.

Corbin asks Bryan eroded up while thrashing him and custody him down with elbows. Corbin keeps on the trash talking, stating Gulak and Bryan’s family. Bryan unpacks at Corbin but Corbin cuts him off and carries him back to the corner. Bryan is on the upper now, fighting back. Corbin jumps a big right hand, bashing Bryan from the top and then throw him out to the floor. Corbin stands proud and we go back to profitable with the referee counting.

Back from the break and Corbin runs to control Bryan, foundation him with a knee to the face in the mid of the ring. Corbin unpacks and keeps control more back and forth now. They deal in counters and pin efforts. They receive support system and go at it but Corbin gives out, then back in with a big clothesline. Bryan still thrills out at 2 and Corbin contends with the referee about his count.

Corbin lasts speaking trash in Bryan’s face. The referee attentions him about gripping Bryan’s hair. Corbin with more felony, counting a big knee to the face. Corbin functions on Bryan’s shoulder, keeping him at bottom with more garbage talking and strikes. Corbin attacks Bryan back into the corner. Bryan finishes up drumming a big suicide dump to the floor. Bryan returns back in and hits a projectile dropkick. Bryan with thrills now, jerking Corbin all around the ring. Bryan applies the ankle latch on Corbin now. Bryan slogs Corbin away from the riggings and tramps on his ankle. Bryan with a tight kick to the face for a 2 count, and another. Bryan with a third straight pin effort but Corbin has kicking out.

Bryan lasts to kick Corbin’s left leg while he is at bottom. Bryan refers Corbin into the corner and hits the running dropkick. Bryan gets up again but Corbin comes out of the crook and connects with Deep Six. Corbin held for a 2 counts and he can’t have faith in Bryan kicks out. Corbin stands Bryan and meetings more trash when beating on him with rights. Bryan slides out and goes for a half-Crab but Corbin gets the bottom rope. Bryan shouts about going for Corbin’s armrest now as he jumps stamping on it. Corbin is on the ground now.. Bryan turns and goes for a dump. Bryan energies on and breaks on Corbin at ringside until Corbin brings a ladder next to the ramp to hit Bryan with. The referee considers the match.

Grade

B+

Enquiry

This was an unpredictably robust promotion from Bryan.

That is not to suggest he is not a fineness talker but given how half-hearted the build to Money in the Bank has been, he truly made the competition feel like a huge deal, thanks to his aptitude to associate its meaning to his own career. His success in the match flashed a push that few predictable he would get, exactly the sort of story that helps boost the gimmick.

He was correspondingly as good as he repeated Corbin of one of his utmost expert humiliations, adding heat to our opening match.

Good junk right out of the gate here tonight.

Daniel Bryan vs. King Corbin

Bryan endured an initial salvo of right hands by his former Golden Gloves-winning opponent and took Corbin down with a leg lash. He functioned the leg of his opponent until the superior Corbin used his size benefit to turn the current. A big right hand rocked Bryan, bashing him off the top rope and to the arena floor. He sent him shoulder-first into the ring post as the show headed to break.

Back from the timeout, Corbin sustained to switch the session, dragging and ripping at his adversary’s shoulder. Bryan scored a quick near-fall off a crucifix rollup but Corbin flattened him with a clothesline for a two-count of his own.

A tope suicida smeared Corbin out at ringside and Bryan flashed a comeback with a middle-rope dropkick. Still action the shoulder, he opened a series of kicks about the legs of his enemy before applying a Kurt Angle-esque ankle lock. The 2019 King of the Ring again cut him off, but now with Deep Six for a near-fall. Bryan improved and again embattled the legs, locking in a Half Crab. Corbin got to the rope, forcing the break. Looking for the preserve of the floor, he rolled to the outdoor and continued to throw a ladder at Bryan, drawing a ineligibility.

After the competition, an incensed Corbin transported a ladder into the ring and set up for the End of Days, only for Bryan to hostage into the Yes Lock. Nakamura and Cesaro seemed from out of nowhere and a three-on-one assault followed, ending with Corbin sending him into a pile of ladders.

Result

Bryan overcome Corbin via banning

Grade

B

Enquiry

The competition was getting decent before the sudden non-finish, but it makes sense to protect both men ahead of Money in the Bank rather than thrashing them and lessening their trustworthiness.

What does not make intelligence is Cesaro and Nakamura suddenly joining up with Corbin, with nary a mention of their connection with Intercontinental champion Sami Zayn. What ensued to The Artist Collective and why are Nakamura and Cesaro capitalized in Corbin?

That is a story that qualities some upkeep from the original team because as it stands, it looks like lazy and convenient booking.

Firefly Funhouse Interjects Braun Strowman

Worldwide champion Braun Strowman made his method to the ring for a publicity but before he could say much at all, Bray Wyatt episodic with the latest edition of the Firefly Funhouse.

Wyatt read “The Black Sheep,” associating himself to a marshal who discovered The Black Sheep (Strowman), only to have him consent him with no sign. Then all of his other animals went back, too.

He swore to come up with a better-off ending, one in which he takes the Universal Championship from Strowman.

The Monster amongst Men dared Wyatt to come to the ring but the antagonist, in its place, flapped and promised to see him soon.

Grade

A

Enquiry

This has low-key been an grand bit of storytelling.

There is a past between Wyatt and Strowman, which the previous has drawn on to express their story. A scorned shepherd, he now arrivals to avenge a member of his herd leaving him and to do so, he must take the title. It is humble, actual and most importantly, makes sense. 

Now, if only it sensed like Strowman had a chance in hell of retentive come May 10 and Money in the Bank.

Sheamus in Action and Jeff Hardy Is Returning Back

Unlucky soul Leon Ruff shaped off with the seemingly irresistible Sheamus.

The young star tolerated consecutive Irish Curse backbreaker when Sheamus attentive on Michael Cole at the comment table, asking him if he was enjoying himself.

A huge Brogue Kick brought an end to Ruff’s sorrow as Sheamus picked up another triumph.

As Sheamus made his technique to the table, a video package on Jeff Hardy aired, recapitulating his career to this point and his journey back to the squared circle.

Upon Cole skimpy that Hardy will reappearance next week, Sheamus cautioned that he will be there, too.

Result

Sheamus beaten Ruff

Grade

A

Enquiry

Sheamus has rated a much higher-profile program than anything he has had the chance to do since he returned from injury. The reappearance of Hardy next week provides him with one.

The absence of star power away on the blue brand will allow The Charismatic Enigma and Celtic Warrior to flourish, two previous WWE champions conducting war for the right to move up the ranks. They have styles that should accompaniment each other. With any luck, the matches live up to the aptitudes of the participants.

Whether WWE senses contented forgoing Sheamus invigorated singles run to put over Hardy is the question that bears watching.

Money in the Bank Qualifier: Mandy Rose versus Carmella

The newest addition to the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match would be resolute as Mandy Rose and Carmella squared off.

Each woman took turns showing off their litheness before Carmella fixed her adversary with a wicked kick to the face. As Rose detained control. Sonya Deville reached. She expressed the story of last year’s Money in the Bank match, when she offered her spot in the match to Rose, then aided her and The Golden Goddess still managed to lose.

The Pride Boxer endangered to come to the ring for a fight but stationary just in time for Carmella to score the win over her distracted opponent.

After the match, Deville hit the ring and unpacked on Rose. She directed her to the ringside area, threw her into the proclaim table and compressed her with a running knee to the back of the head. A satisfied Deville complete her way up to the ramp as a arbitrator asked for the trainer.

We go to the ring for the last women’s Money In the Bank succeeding match as Carmella makes her way out.

Back from the disruption and out comes Mandy Rose as we see the briefcase dangling above the ring. The bell rings and they padlock up. Rose takes regulator on the mat first. Rose displays her up some and gets to her feet. Carmella contests back from the mat and appears with a moonwalk. They latch up again and go at it. They run the ropes and Carmella nails a vast kick to the face while Rose is sitting on the mat. Carmella estates Rose now.

Rose goes it around and slams Carmella for a 2 count. Rose throws Carmella in the mid of the ring now. The music starts and out comes Sonya Deville with a mic. She shouts from the stage as they go at it in the ring. Deville keeps on trying and disturbing Rose, repeating her that she offered Rose her MITB spot last year. Rose keeps aggressive Carmella but looks to be getting distracted.

Rose throws Carmella over in the corner. Carmella dips Rose as Deville continues to taunt Rose from the stage, having her fantasy popcorn. Carmella turns it around and carries Rose to the corner, then to the mat. Deville says she has weary of just watching. She lurks to go to the ring as Rose levels Carmella with a big attack in the middle of the ring. Deville keeps enraged, telling Rose that karma is a b—h, b—h, so bring it on. This leads to Carmella dipping Rose for the pin to triumph and qualify.

Next the match, Carmella rejoices as her music hits. Rose is slow to recuperate. Deville runs to the ring and bouts Rose as the referee cautions her. Deville debates trash, telling Rose she will never be as good as her. Deville takes it to the floor and continues to abolish Rose, sending her into the fence and then the steel steps. Deville custodies and hits Rose against the steps with a running knee to the back of the head. Deville backs up in contradiction of the barrier and looks on a bit foolish. Cole says Deville has broken. WWE bureaucrats run down to check on Rose. Deville backs up the stage and says she has done. We go to reruns. Deville tries to turn back down but the mediator holds her back. Deville continues to shriek out about how she will decay Rose’s life.

– Still to come, Otis versus. Ziggler and The New Day versus. The Forgotten Sons. Back to commercial.

– Back from the disruption and Otis is with Mandy Rose and a trainer. The medic investigates Rose out and she says she will be fine. The trainer requires a few more minutes with Rose and Otis heads off. Dolph Ziggler asks him and sees how Mandy is doing. Otis just gazes at Ziggler, breathing heavy.

Result

Carmella crushed Rose

Grade

B

Enquiry

The goalmouth might be to make a star out of Rose but thus far, Deville has been bizarre. She has cut some outstanding publicities and here, presented the intensity and fury one would expect from a woman who has had her bond melt before her very eyes and is sick of being outshined by Rose.

The beatdown was precisely what it wanted to be and put a ton of warmth on the rivalry between good friend, but better enemies.

As for the match itself, it was somewhat nondescript, incredibly basic as most of the spotlight was on Deville devastating it on the mic.

New Day versus. The Forgotten Sons

A week afterward they left the SmackDown tag team champions deceitful, The Forgotten Sons’ Wesley Blake and Steve Cutler (with Jaxson Ryker) fought The New Day’s Kofi Kingston and Big E in a non-title match. Before the competition could get underway, The Miz and John Morrison linked Michael Cole and Corey Graves on comment.

New Day measured early Big E stood tall headline into the commercial break. Back from the timeout, the heels inaccessible Big E, beating him down while Cole bid to drive a wedge between Miz and Morrison by repeating them that the second dragged his weight at WrestleMania while The Hollywood A-Lister lost the tag titles for them.

In the ring, Kingston expected the tag and unpacked on the opposition, taking the fight to both Cutler and Blake. The past WWE champion brought a big stomp to Cutler but a blind tag to Blake and a backstabber/top-rope prod combo put him down for a two-count.

Big E tried for his lance through the riggings but no one was home. Ryker, behind the official’s back, referred him into the ring post. Back in the ring, the Cutler and Blake downed Kingston to pick up the win and change into title contention. In the ring, Kingston expected the tag and unpacked on the opposition, taking the fight to both Cutler and Blake. The past WWE champion brought a big stomp to Cutler but a blind tag to Blake and a backstabber/top-rope prod combo put him down for a two-count.

We go back to the ring and consequence SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day – Kofi Kingstone and Big E. Out next come The Forgotten Sons for this non-title match – Wesley Blake and Steve Cutler with Jaxson Ryker. Cole clues us to a video package on what occurred last week with the blue brand tag teams getting worn out by The Forgotten Sons.

The competition is about to start when The Miz’s music winners and out he comes to the stage in street clothes. He breaks and delays for John Morrison’s music to begin up. Out next tactics Morrison. They head down the stage together, connecting Cole and Graves on comment. Cutler locks up with Big E and they go at it. Big E gears up and bangs Cutler. Kofi labels in for some double teaming. Kofi with a big kick and a rapid pin attempt. Cutler rocks Kofi and tabs in Blake for a quick double team. Blake takes Kofi to the curve and hits him over.

Kofi returns it around in the corner and unloads with kicks. Kofi charges in the corner with a dropkick for another quick pin attempt. Back from the disruption and Kofi is in control. Big E tags in for the double team and a big squelch to Cutler for a 2 count in the middle of the ring. Big E pursuits Cutler out and back in the ring. Big E drips Blake as he comes in but Cutler knees him in the back, referring him to the floor. Blake is in control of Big E in the ring now, plummeting down for a 2 count. Blake saves control and tags in Cutler for a big double team chokeslam. Cutler fights for a 2 count.

Cutler attacks over Big E in the corner now. Cutler unpacks against the ropes with shots to the gut as Ryker cheers him on. Blake returns back in for a double team backbreaker. Big E kicks out at 2 again. Blake grounds Big E and finishes up on his back with a hold. Big E butts him back in the corner. Blake with shoulder shoves to Big E in the corner after turning it around. Blake cares but Big E spikes him out of the corner, driving him into the mat.

Cutler and Kofi label in at the same time. Kofi hovers off the top and goes to work. Kofi with a huge dropkick and a hovering right hand. Kofi with the Boom Drop in the mid of the ring. Kofi meetings and drops Blake on the apron. Cutler comes over and hits a big backbreaker on Kofi. Kofi kicks out at 2. Cutler finishes up taking Kofi to the top for a superplex. Kofi battles him and refers him to the mat. Kofi trimmings up progressing through and drumming a big stamp for another close 2 count. Cutler searches for a tag but Blake is not there. Kofi pillars Cutler. Blake tags himself in and they hit the big double teams to Kofi. Blake shelters for a tag after the backbreaker – flying elbow combo. Kofi thrills out. More back and forth now. Cutler is lawful but Kofi tips him over the top to the floor next to Blake.

After the match, Deville hit the ring and unpacked on Rose. She directed her to the ringside area, threw her into the proclaim table and compressed her with a running knee to the back of the head. A satisfied Deville complete her way up to the ramp as a arbitrator asked for the trainer.

We go to the ring for the last women’s Money In the Bank succeeding match as Carmella makes her way out.

Back from the disruption and out comes Mandy Rose as we see the briefcase dangling above the ring. The bell rings and they padlock up. Rose takes regulator on the mat first. Rose displays her up some and gets to her feet. Carmella contests back from the mat and appears with a moonwalk. They latch up again and go at it. They run the ropes and Carmella nails a vast kick to the face while Rose is sitting on the mat. Carmella estates Rose now.

Rose goes it around and slams Carmella for a 2 count. Rose throws Carmella in the mid of the ring now. The music starts and out comes Sonya Deville with a mic. She shouts from the stage as they go at it in the ring. Deville keeps on trying and disturbing Rose, repeating her that she offered Rose her MITB spot last year. Rose keeps aggressive Carmella but looks to be getting distracted.

Rose throws Carmella over in the corner. Carmella dips Rose as Deville continues to taunt Rose from the stage, having her fantasy popcorn. Carmella turns it around and carries Rose to the corner, then to the mat. Deville says she has weary of just watching. She lurks to go to the ring as Rose levels Carmella with a big attack in the middle of the ring. Deville keeps enraged, telling Rose that karma is a b—h, b—h, so bring it on. This leads to Carmella dipping Rose for the pin to triumph and qualify.

Next the match, Carmella rejoices as her music hits. Rose is slow to recuperate. Deville runs to the ring and bouts Rose as the referee cautions her. Deville debates trash, telling Rose she will never be as good as her. Deville takes it to the floor and continues to abolish Rose, sending her into the fence and then the steel steps. Deville custodies and hits Rose against the steps with a running knee to the back of the head. Deville backs up in contradiction of the barrier and looks on a bit foolish. Cole says Deville has broken. WWE bureaucrats run down to check on Rose. Deville backs up the stage and says she has done. We go to reruns. Deville tries to turn back down but the mediator holds her back. Deville continues to shriek out about how she will decay Rose’s life.

– Still to come, Otis versus. Ziggler and The New Day versus. The Forgotten Sons. Back to commercial.

– Back from the disruption and Otis is with Mandy Rose and a trainer. The medic investigates Rose out and she says she will be fine. The trainer requires a few more minutes with Rose and Otis heads off. Dolph Ziggler asks him and sees how Mandy is doing. Otis just gazes at Ziggler, breathing heavy.

Result

Carmella crushed Rose

Grade

B

Enquiry

The goalmouth might be to make a star out of Rose but thus far, Deville has been bizarre. She has cut some outstanding publicities and here, presented the intensity and fury one would expect from a woman who has had her bond melt before her very eyes and is sick of being outshined by Rose.

The beatdown was precisely what it wanted to be and put a ton of warmth on the rivalry between good friend, but better enemies.

As for the match itself, it was somewhat nondescript, incredibly basic as most of the spotlight was on Deville devastating it on the mic.

New Day versus. The Forgotten Sons

A week afterward they left the SmackDown tag team champions deceitful, The Forgotten Sons’ Wesley Blake and Steve Cutler (with Jaxson Ryker) fought The New Day’s Kofi Kingston and Big E in a non-title match. Before the competition could get underway, The Miz and John Morrison linked Michael Cole and Corey Graves on comment.

New Day measured early Big E stood tall headline into the commercial break. Back from the timeout, the heels inaccessible Big E, beating him down while Cole bid to drive a wedge between Miz and Morrison by repeating them that the second dragged his weight at WrestleMania while The Hollywood A-Lister lost the tag titles for them.

In the ring, Kingston expected the tag and unpacked on the opposition, taking the fight to both Cutler and Blake. The past WWE champion brought a big stomp to Cutler but a blind tag to Blake and a backstabber/top-rope prod combo put him down for a two-count.

Big E tried for his lance through the riggings but no one was home. Ryker, behind the official’s back, referred him into the ring post. Back in the ring, the Cutler and Blake downed Kingston to pick up the win and change into title contention. In the ring, Kingston expected the tag and unpacked on the opposition, taking the fight to both Cutler and Blake. The past WWE champion brought a big stomp to Cutler but a blind tag to Blake and a backstabber/top-rope prod combo put him down for a two-count.

We go back to the ring and consequence SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day – Kofi Kingstone and Big E. Out next come The Forgotten Sons for this non-title match – Wesley Blake and Steve Cutler with Jaxson Ryker. Cole clues us to a video package on what occurred last week with the blue brand tag teams getting worn out by The Forgotten Sons.

The competition is about to start when The Miz’s music winners and out he comes to the stage in street clothes. He breaks and delays for John Morrison’s music to begin up. Out next tactics Morrison. They head down the stage together, connecting Cole and Graves on comment. Cutler locks up with Big E and they go at it. Big E gears up and bangs Cutler. Kofi labels in for some double teaming. Kofi with a big kick and a rapid pin attempt. Cutler rocks Kofi and tabs in Blake for a quick double team. Blake takes Kofi to the curve and hits him over.

Kofi returns it around in the corner and unloads with kicks. Kofi charges in the corner with a dropkick for another quick pin attempt. Back from the disruption and Kofi is in control. Big E tags in for the double team and a big squelch to Cutler for a 2 count in the middle of the ring. Big E pursuits Cutler out and back in the ring. Big E drips Blake as he comes in but Cutler knees him in the back, referring him to the floor. Blake is in control of Big E in the ring now, plummeting down for a 2 count. Blake saves control and tags in Cutler for a big double team chokeslam. Cutler fights for a 2 count.

Cutler attacks over Big E in the corner now. Cutler unpacks against the ropes with shots to the gut as Ryker cheers him on. Blake returns back in for a double team backbreaker. Big E kicks out at 2 again. Blake grounds Big E and finishes up on his back with a hold. Big E butts him back in the corner. Blake with shoulder shoves to Big E in the corner after turning it around. Blake cares but Big E spikes him out of the corner, driving him into the mat.

Firefly Funhouse Interjects Braun Strowman

Worldwide champion Braun Strowman made his method to the ring for a publicity but before he could say much at all, Bray Wyatt episodic with the latest edition of the Firefly Funhouse.

Wyatt read “The Black Sheep,” associating himself to a marshal who discovered The Black Sheep (Strowman), only to have him consent him with no sign. Then all of his other animals went back, too.

He swore to come up with a better-off ending, one in which he takes the Universal Championship from Strowman.

The Monster amongst Men dared Wyatt to come to the ring but the antagonist, in its place, flapped and promised to see him soon.

Grade

A

Enquiry

This has low-key been an grand bit of storytelling.

There is a past between Wyatt and Strowman, which the previous has drawn on to express their story. A scorned shepherd, he now arrivals to avenge a member of his herd leaving him and to do so, he must take the title. It is humble, actual and most importantly, makes sense. 

Now, if only it sensed like Strowman had a chance in hell of retentive come May 10 and Money in the Bank.

Sheamus in Action and Jeff Hardy Is Returning Back

Unlucky soul Leon Ruff shaped off with the seemingly irresistible Sheamus.

The young star tolerated consecutive Irish Curse backbreaker when Sheamus attentive on Michael Cole at the comment table, asking him if he was enjoying himself.

A huge Brogue Kick brought an end to Ruff’s sorrow as Sheamus picked up another triumph.

As Sheamus made his technique to the table, a video package on Jeff Hardy aired, recapitulating his career to this point and his journey back to the squared circle.

Upon Cole skimpy that Hardy will reappearance next week, Sheamus cautioned that he will be there, too.

Result

Sheamus beaten Ruff

Grade

A

Enquiry

Sheamus has rated a much higher-profile program than anything he has had the chance to do since he returned from injury. The reappearance of Hardy next week provides him with one.

The absence of star power away on the blue brand will allow The Charismatic Enigma and Celtic Warrior to flourish, two previous WWE champions conducting war for the right to move up the ranks. They have styles that should accompaniment each other. With any luck, the matches live up to the aptitudes of the participants.

Whether WWE senses contented forgoing Sheamus invigorated singles run to put over Hardy is the question that bears watching.

Money in the Bank Qualifier: Mandy Rose versus Carmella

The newest addition to the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match would be resolute as Mandy Rose and Carmella squared off.

Each woman took turns showing off their litheness before Carmella fixed her adversary with a wicked kick to the face. As Rose detained control. Sonya Deville reached. She expressed the story of last year’s Money in the Bank match, when she offered her spot in the match to Rose, then aided her and The Golden Goddess still managed to lose.

The Pride Boxer endangered to come to the ring for a fight but stationary just in time for Carmella to score the win over her distracted opponent.

After the match, Deville hit the ring and unpacked on Rose. She directed her to the ringside area, threw her into the proclaim table and compressed her with a running knee to the back of the head. A satisfied Deville complete her way up to the ramp as a arbitrator asked for the trainer.

We go to the ring for the last women’s Money In the Bank succeeding match as Carmella makes her way out.

Back from the disruption and out comes Mandy Rose as we see the briefcase dangling above the ring. The bell rings and they padlock up. Rose takes regulator on the mat first. Rose displays her up some and gets to her feet. Carmella contests back from the mat and appears with a moonwalk. They latch up again and go at it. They run the ropes and Carmella nails a vast kick to the face while Rose is sitting on the mat. Carmella estates Rose now.

Rose goes it around and slams Carmella for a 2 count. Rose throws Carmella in the mid of the ring now. The music starts and out comes Sonya Deville with a mic. She shouts from the stage as they go at it in the ring. Deville keeps on trying and disturbing Rose, repeating her that she offered Rose her MITB spot last year. Rose keeps aggressive Carmella but looks to be getting distracted.

Rose throws Carmella over in the corner. Carmella dips Rose as Deville continues to taunt Rose from the stage, having her fantasy popcorn. Carmella turns it around and carries Rose to the corner, then to the mat. Deville says she has weary of just watching. She lurks to go to the ring as Rose levels Carmella with a big attack in the middle of the ring. Deville keeps enraged, telling Rose that karma is a b—h, b—h, so bring it on. This leads to Carmella dipping Rose for the pin to triumph and qualify.

Next the match, Carmella rejoices as her music hits. Rose is slow to recuperate. Deville runs to the ring and bouts Rose as the referee cautions her. Deville debates trash, telling Rose she will never be as good as her. Deville takes it to the floor and continues to abolish Rose, sending her into the fence and then the steel steps. Deville custodies and hits Rose against the steps with a running knee to the back of the head. Deville backs up in contradiction of the barrier and looks on a bit foolish. Cole says Deville has broken. WWE bureaucrats run down to check on Rose. Deville backs up the stage and says she has done. We go to reruns. Deville tries to turn back down but the mediator holds her back. Deville continues to shriek out about how she will decay Rose’s life.