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May 1st:WWE Live: Stockton, CA
May 2nd:Smackdown: Fresno, CA
May 4th:WWE Live: Glasgow, Scotland
May 5th:WWE Live: Cardiff, Wales
May 6th:WWE Live: València, Spain, V
May 7th:WWE Live: A Coruña, Spain, C
May 8th:WWE Live: Bournemouth, England
May 9th:Smackdown: London, England
May 10th:WWE Live: Birmingham, England
May 11th:WWE Live: Sheffield, England
May 12th:WWE Live: Newcastle, England
May 13th:WWE Live: Stockholm, Sweden
May 14th:WWE Live: Copenhagen, Denmark
May 16th:Smackdown: Manchester, NH
May 21st:Backlash: Chicago, IL
May 22nd:WWE Live: Ypsilanti, MI
May 23rd:Smackdown: Toledo, OH
May 27th:WWE Live: Knoxville, TN
May 28th:WWE Live: Chattanooga, TN
May 29th:WWE Live: Macon, GA
May 30th:Smackdown: Atlanta, GA
June 3rd:WWE Live: Bridgeport, CT
June 4th:WWE Live: Glens Falls, NY
June 6th:Smackdown: Rochester, NY
June 8th:WWE Live: San Juan, Puerto Rico
June 9th:WWE Live: Sunrise, FL
June 10th:WWE Live: Panama City, Panama
June 11th:WWE Live: San Jose, Costa Rica
June 13th:Smackdown: New Orleans, LA
June 18th:WWE Money in The Bank: St Louis, MO
July 29th:WWE Live: Detroit, MI
August 20th:Summerslam: Brooklyn, NY
August 22nd:Smackdown: Brooklyn, NY
October 19th:WWE Live: Buenos Aires, Argentina, B
October 21st:WWE Live: Santiago, RM
November 19th:Survivor Series: Houston, TX
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Smackdown Live Results-May 23rd,2017
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In-Ring Opening Segment

Shane McMahon is out to start the show. The Commissioner announces that Randy Orton has invoked his rematch clause, and will face Jinder Mahal for the WWE Championship in four weeks at Money in the Bank. The crowd responds with a mix of lukewarm clapping and boos. Shane also announces that there will be five participants in this year’s MITB ladder match, and introduces them one by one. They are: AJ Styles, Baron Corbin, Sami Zayn, Dolph Ziggler and… United States Champion Kevin Owens? Shane tells the production truck to kill his music, and says that Owens knows he isn’t in the MITB ladder match, and introduces the actual fifth man, Shinsuke Nakamura.

After all five have made their entrances, Kevin Owens gets on the mic and trashes McMahon for his decision-making. He says that he understands Nakamura and Sami being in the match, because they won their matches at Backlash, but it doesn’t make any sense that Styles lost to him and the U.S. Champion has been overlooked. Owens says Shane is just jealous that he did what he couldn’t do at WrestleMania, beat AJ Styles. McMahon thinks about it, and decides that he’s right, and adds Owens to Money in the Bank. Baron Corbin tells him to stop talking – his mic isn’t working, so he takes Kevin’s mic; nice move. He tells everyone that they don’t have a chance, and they should just lower the briefcase now and hand it to him.

AJ Styles is done listening to everyone. He asks if Corbin is done huffing and puffing, so he can continue blowing, then calls Kevin Owens the Eric Cartman of Smackdown. There’s a brief face-to-face with Nakamura which gets everyone excited. Sami Zayn tries to talk but is cut off by Corbin, and they go back and forth. Owens tells them to shut the hell up, which brings in Dolph Ziggler to tell them all to shut up. He brings up that he’s the only one in the ring who has actually won Money in the Bank, and he’ll be damned if he doesn’t do it again. Last up Nakamura, and the crowd starts chanting his name as soon as he pics up the microphone. He introduces himself for those who don’t know him, but says they can all refer to him as Mr. Money in the Bank.

Backstage Segment

AJ Styles finds Shinsuke Nakamura backstage in the locker room, and brings up the history between them. He says they’ve done it all from Osaka to Tokyo, but for the first time ever they are partners tonight. Nakamura says they are partners tonight, but at Money in the Bank he will take the “house that AJ Styles built” and turn it into his playground.


Styles and Ziggler start things off with a nice back and forth exchange, but things really pick up when Owens and Nakamura tag in. Shinsuke takes his time getting in the ring, and the crowd is buzzing to see the two of them go at it. They skip the lock-up and just start brawling until the go to commercial.

After the break Nakamura throws Owens into the corner and lights him up with the Good Vibrations. Ziggler attacks him from behind and the heels take control, working him over in the corner for several minutes. [We had a power outage here at the house as there’s a storm going on outside, so I’ll go back and update this later. Apologies.] When the feed came back Styles was on the outside, and Owens hit him with a running senton. Nakamura tried to come to his aid but the ref backed him off. The beatdown on Styles continued for several minutes, until he countered the Zig-Zag into a big facebuster.

Finally hot tags were made on both sides, as Nakamura and Owens go after each other yet again. Shinsuke got the advantage with a flurry of strikes and a big kick in the corner for two. He went for another kick but the champion ducked under it, only to get caught with a flashback kick. Ziggler hit the ring but got caught with an exploder suplex. Styles evened it up with a Pele Kick to Owens as Nakamura dropkicked Ziggler out of the ring. Nakamura lined up Owens and dropped the champion with the Kinshasa for the pin. Winners: AJ Styles & Shinsuke Nakamura

The show ends with Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles face to face under the Money in the Bank briefcase, starring each other down.

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Backlash Results:May 21st,2017
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Dolph Ziggler vs Shinsuke Nakamura

Ziggler tries to pick Nakamura’s leg but Nakamura sprawls out of it. Ziggler sweeps Nakamura. Nakamura kicks Ziggler in the chest. Nakamura misses a head kick and Ziggler backs away. Ziggler forces Nakamura into the corner. Ziggler slaps Nakamura in the face. Nakamura kicks Ziggler in the gut. Ziggler rolls up Nakamura for a two count. Ziggler locks in a modified top wrist lock. Nakamura front flips, then cartwheels out of it and drops Nakamura in an armbar. Ziggler gets to his feet and goes to the ropes. Nakamura taunts Ziggler then drops him with a knee. Jumping knee to Ziggler’s face. Good vibrations by Nakamura. Ziggler retreats to the outside. Nakamura rolls Ziggler back in. Ziggler catches Nakamura with a neck breaker as he attempts to get back into the ring. Ziggler rips at Nakamura eyes and nose before locking in a rear chin lock.

Nakamura gets to his feet but he runs right into a dropkick by Ziggler for another near fall. Ziggler stomps on Nakamura before dropping an elbow for another two count. Ziggler bad mouths Nakamura and slaps him in the back of the head. Ziggler headbutts Nakamura. Ziggler tries to whip Nakamura into the ropes but Nakamura stops his momentum and goes for an enziguri. Ziggler ducks but Nakamura catches him with a spin kick. Ziggler and Nakamura trade strike. Ziggler hits the ropes and runs right into a knee. Running knee in the corner by Nakamura. Nakamura lays Ziggler on the top rope and hits another running knee for a near fall. Nakamura sets up the reverse exploder but Ziggler elbows Nakamura in the face. Nakamura locks Ziggler in a triangle. Ziggler gets to the ropes. Ziggler kicks Nakamura in the knee and hits the Ziggler DDT for another long two count.

Ziggler calls for the superkick but Nakamura moves out of the way. ZigZag by Ziggler! Nakamura kicks out! Ziggler tries to piledrive Nakamura but Nakamura counters and hits an axe kick. Nakamura goes for the reverse exploder but Ziggler lands on his feet. Ziggler superkicks Nakamura in the back of the head. Nakamura still manages to kick out! Ziggler kicks Nakamura in the head over and over again. Ziggler spits in Nakamura’s face. Nakamura goes nuts and knees Ziggler over and over again. The referee pulls Nakamura off Ziggler multiple times. Nakamura lands a sliding knee to Ziggler’s head. Nakamura goes up top but he misses a tope rope Kinshasa. Ziggler misses a superkick, Nakamura elbows Ziggler in the back of the head, then hits the reverse exploder. Ziggler stumbles to his feet, turns around and gets obliterated by the Kinshasa! Ziggler is out. It’s over!

Winner- Shinsuke Nakamura

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Shinsuke Nakamura Vs Dolph Ziggler Backlash Match Preview
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At WWE Backlash, Dolph Ziggler will go head-to-head against The Artist Known as Shinsuke Nakamura when The King of Strong Style makes his highly-anticipated SmackDown LIVE debut.

Since emerging on the blue brand two nights after WrestleMania, Shinsuke Nakamura has been electrifying Tuesday nights without competing in a single match. But that will all change at WWE Backlash when the former two-time NXT Champion will make his in-ring SmackDown LIVE debut against an irate Dolph Ziggler.

Over the past month, Ziggler’s resentment has been building over the very idea of Nakamura. He has watched the way the WWE Universe has responded to the emerging Superstar and feels that the fans’ praise for him has been undeserved, to say the least. Now on a mission to paint The Artist as overrated, The Showoff will stop at nothing to make his opponent’s momentum a thing of the past.

Will Ziggler stop The Artist in his tracks at SmackDown LIVE’s first pay-per-view since The Ultimate Thrill Ride? Or will Nakamura use the showdown to catapult himself into blue brand greatness? Find out on WWE Backlash, streaming live on WWE Network on this Sunday at 8 ET/5 PT.


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Smackdown Results:May 9th,2017
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Dolph Ziggler made his way to the ring and wasted little time denouncing the fans for not caring about him or the years he spent breaking his back for his art. “You never cared,” he said, almost defeated.

Ziggler called Shinsuke Nakamura to the ring and told him to cut out the theatrics. The King of Strong Style suggested the go right then, right there but Ziggler said no.

He tried a sneak attack but Nakamura fought him off and sent The Show Off scurrying to the protection of the arena floor to close out the segment.
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Smackdown Results:April 25th,2017
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The Artist Known as Shinsuke Nakamura arrived to give an exclusive interview to Renee Young, but before he could get rolling, he was interrupted by newfound rival Dolph Ziggler.

The Showoff shooed Renee away and verbally lit into The King of Strong Style, insulting him and not allowing him to speak. Finally, Nakamura retorted, calling Ziggler a “jackass.” Ziggler attempted to respond with some fisticuffs, but The Artist was ready, dropping The Showoff and forcing him to flee from the ring.
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Smackdown Results-April 4th,2017
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John Cena’s music hits and out comes… The Miz and Maryse in full Cena and Nikki ring gear. Miz has a constipated look on his face and says that rule number one of Orlando is that nobody is allowed to say that he sucks in this arena. Maryse continues to mock Nikki and says she’s so happy she finally manipulated her man into getting what she wanted. Miz-ena says he got what he wanted – a moment that made him look like a related human being. He says he and “Nikki” are finally doing what they said they would never do, they’re going to Hollywood forever, and the WWE fans wouldn’t be able to “see them” anymore.

As Miz and Maryse turn to leave the ring, the lights go out and a man with a violin walks onto stage…. SHINSUKE NAKAMURA IS HERE! The King of Strong Style slowly makes his way out in full entrance entire as Orlando goes absolutely insane (bigger than the Finn Balor pop). He hits the ring, does his collapse in the ropes spot, screams “YEAOH!” in the center of the ring, and simply stands there smiling as the entire arena chants his name. And that’s that.


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NXT Takeover Orlando-April 1st,2017
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NXT Championship Match: Bobby Roode (c) vs Shinsuke Nakamura

William Regal is once again in the ring to present the new NXT championship.

Nakamura lands a few leg kicks. Roode tries to double leg Nakamura, but Nakamura sprawls and locks in a waist lock. Nakamura taunts Roode while in the ropes. Nakamura tells Roode to come on! Roode laughs and ignores Nakamura. Roode says this is his NXT. Roode does the Glorious taunt, but Nakamura kicks him in the chest. Nakamura knees Roode in the gut, then hits a jumping knee to Roode’s face. Nakamura backs Roode into the corner and levels him with knee strikes. Nakamura tries good vibrations, but Roode stands up while holding Nakamura’s foot. Nakamura hits an enziguri. Roode ends up back in the corner. Good Vibrations by Nakamura. Nakamura tries to suplex Roode to the outside, but Roode fights out of it and dropkicks Nakamura. Roode hits the ropes and sends Nakamura flying into the guard rail. Roode pounds on Nakamura in the corner. Roode hammers Nakamura in the corner with multiple chops. Roode launches Nakamura into the corner. Roode charges in and almost decapitated Nakamura with a clothesline. Neck breaker by Roode for a near fall. Roode locks in a nerve hold. Nakamura fights out of it but Roode clotheslines him, then hits a jumping knee of his own. Roode locks in a neck vice.

Nakamura fights out of the vice. Roode slaps on a sleeper but Nakamura reverses that and catches Roode with a spinning enziguri. Nakamura and Roode trade strikes in the ring. Nakamura floors Roode with a right hand. Roode pops up and gets kicked int he chest for good measure. Nakamura sets Roode up on the top rope and crushes him with a running knee. Roode is draped on the apron. Running knee followed by a diving knee by Nakamura. Nakamura only gets a two count. Nakamura almost locks in the reverse exploder but Roode fights out of it. Nakamura hits the ropes and Roode lands a discus lariat. Nakamura catches Roode with a running kick. Nakamura calls for the Kinshasa, but Roode moves out of the way and chop blocks Nakamura. Roode pounds on Nakamura’s knee. Roode pulls Nakamura to the ring post. Roode slams Nakamura’s knee into the ring post. Roode stomps on Nakamura’s knee. Roode slaps Nakamura in the face and locks in the figure four leg lock.

Nakamura reverses the hold then gets to the ropes. Roode continues to work over Nakamura’s knee. Roode yells at Nakamura to quit before attempting the figure four again. Nakamura reverses it into a cross arm breaker. Roode tries to fight out of it, but Nakamura transitions into a triangle. Roode tries to pick Nakamura up to break the hold, but Nakamura pulls him back down back into a cross arm breaker. Roode finally manages to get to the ropes. Nakamura kicks Roode over and over again. Nakamura set up a running knee in the corner, but Roode moves out of the way. Nakamura smashes his knee into the top turnbuckle. Roode stomps on Nakamura’s knee once again. Nakamura gets up and kicks Roode over and over again. Nakamura misses a kick and Roode blast him with the backstabber for a two count. Roode and Nakamura go face-to-face. Roode and Nakamura trade elbows to the face. Roode kicks Nakamura in the knee. Roode sets up the Glorious DDT Nakamura reverses it and hits the sliding knee. Nakamura calls for the Kinshasa but Roode rolls outside the ring. Nakamura retrieves him and sends Roode back into the ring. As Nakamura gets in the ring Roode kicks the middle rope into Nakamura crotch. Roode hits the Glorious DDT! Nakamura somehow manages to kick out!

Roode goes outside the ring and grabs the ring bell. The referee grabs the ring bell. Nakamura surprises Roode with a head kick followed by a reverse exploder. Nakamura calls for the Kinshasa again, but Roode catches him in a HUGE spine buster for another near fall. Nakamura will not stay down! Roode picks up Nakamura for another DDT. Nakamura forces Roode into the corner. Nakamura charges in, but Roode spears Nakamura’s knee. Roode grabs Nakamura and hits a top rope tornado Glorious DDT for the win!

Winner and STILL NXT Champion, Bobby Roode!


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