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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-July 25th,2017
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Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin

Nakamura wasted little time going after Corbin, taking him to the floor and firing off with knees and strikes. He went for a dropkick up the apron but got leveled by a huge clothesline instead. The Lone Wolf slowed things down during the commercial break, brawling on the floor and using the apron and barricade to his advantage. There was a spot during the break (some providers have picture-in-picture during commercials) where Shinsuke trapped him in a triangle choke out of nowhere, but Corbin powered him into the air and broke it with a big slam. Definitely should have been shown live. Eventually the Artist made his comeback and started throwing stiff kicks and knocked the big man down with a straight boot to the chest. He hit a knee lift in the corner and came flying off the second rope with a missile dropkick, but only got two. Kinshasa attempt, but it’s reversed into a high elevation backbreaker. Corbin started leveling him with knees on the mat, slowly punishing his gut and midsection. Nakamura tried to rally back using his speed to avoid a couple clotheslines but ran into the Deep Six for a close two-count. Corbin tried for End of Days but Nakamura floated out of it and fired off with a flurry of elbows and kicks. A Kinshasa connects to the back of the head, followed by a second to the face. 1…2…3.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

– Shinsuke Nakamura was asked how he’s feeling about facing John Cena in a dream match next week on Smackdown. Nakamura told Cena that next week he won’t be able to see him, which means he’ll see Jinder Mahal at SummerSlam for the WWE Championship.

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Smackdown Live Results-July 18th,2017
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Back from the break and we see WWE United States Champion AJ Styles backstage with Shinsuke Nakamura. AJ wants to talk strategy but Nakamura doesn’t look interested. AJ wants to talk about Japan but Nakamura not so much. Nakamura points at the US Title and says one day when AJ calls, he will answer.

AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin and Kevin Owens

We go to the ring and out first comes WWE United States Champion AJ Styles. Shinsuke Nakamura is out next. Baron Corbin suddenly attacks Corbin out of nowhere and beats him down. Kevin Owens is out next to join in but Styles runs up the ramp and meets him. The teams separate as AJ and Nakamura head to the ring and wait. Corbin and Owens take their time getting to the ring. We go to commercial.
Back from the break and we see Corbin knocking AJ out of the air with a big right hand. Corbin works AJ over and talks trash to Nakamura. Owens tags in and talks trash as he unloads on AJ. Nakamura finally gets a tag and takes over on Owens. Nakamura drops Owens in the corner and gives him some good vibrations. Owens cuts Nakamura off but Nakamura drops him with an enziguri. Nakamura keeps control and drops a knee. Nakamura with a forearm and a knee. Corbin pulls the top rope down and dumps Nakamura to the floor. Corbin rolls Nakamura back into the ring. Owens follows up with a senton for a 2 count.

Owens takes Nakamura to the corner and works him over before Corbin tags in. Corbin stomps away as the referee warns him. Corbin yells back and in comes Owens again. They keep Nakamura down in their corner. Owens with a boot to the head. Corbin comes back in as Owens yells to the crowd about being the Face of America. Corbin catches Nakamura in a bear hug. Nakamura gets out and ends up dropping Corbin with a kick. Corbin stops Nakamura from tagging and drops AJ off the apron with a cheap shot. Nakamura with a forearm and kicks to Corbin. Corbin misses in the corner and Nakamura puts him up top. Owens runs in but Nakamura boots him in the head. Corbin with a Deep Six on Nakamura as AJ breaks the pin. Corbin mounts Nakamura on the mat with forearms.
Nakamura fights back and knees Corbin in the gut. Nakamura drops Corbin with a left. AJ finally gets the tag and unloads on Owens as he comes in. AJ with a clothesline and a forearm for a 2 count. AJ ends up planting Owens on his face for a close 2 count. Owens shuts AJ down with a clothesline. Corbin comes in but AJ goes for the Calf Crusher. Corbin tosses AJ. AJ counters and gets the Calf Crusher applied but Corbin gets the bottom rope and breaks the hold. Corbin dumps AJ to the apron. AJ decks him and goes to springboard in but Owens takes him out. AJ lands on the floor hard.

Nakamura comes over and fights Owens but he gets dumped into the timekeeper’s area. Corbin comes back in with AJ but AJ blocks End of Days with an enziguri. AJ with a pele kick but Corbin is still up. AJ goes for the Styles Clash and didn’t see Owens get the tag. Owens nails AJ and hits a pop-up powerbomb for the pin.
Winners: Kevin Owens and Baron Corbin
After the match, Owens and Corbin stand tall as Nakamura checks on AJ. Owens leaves and Corbin is right behind him with the MITB briefcase in the air. SmackDown goes off the air with the Battleground opponents staring at each other.

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Smackdown Live Results-July 11th,2017
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Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin

Back from the break and out comes Shinsuke Nakamura to a pop. Baron Corbin is out next with his Money In the Bank briefcase.

Nakamura meets Corbin before he gets in the ring and attacks him. They brawl and Corbin sends Nakamura over the barrier. They fight among the fans now. Corbin brings it back over the barrier and yells at the referees. They continue brawling at ringside as producers and referees try to break it up. Nakamura enters the ring and stares out while his music plays. Corbin makes his way up the ramp and stops on the stage to look back.

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Smackdown Live Results-June 20th,2017
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Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Dolph Ziggler

They start things off with a good back and forth exchange, grappling on the mat and trading holds. Ziggler tries to take a cheap shot but Nakamura avoids it and fires up, taking him to the corner and hitting the Good Vibrations. Ziggler steps out of the way avoiding a splash in the corner, then plants the Artist into the second turnbuckle and hits him with a dropkick. From there the Showoff slows things down with rest holds as they cut to commercial.

After the break Ziggler is still in control, but Nakamura fights back out of a hold and hits a huge kick out of nowhere to take both guys down. Dolph is back up and just slams his opponent’s head into the mat, then spends too much time mocking him and gets caught with a stiff knee to the gut. Shinsuke follows up with a series of dropkicks and his signature one-legged running dropkick. He puts Ziggler on the top rope and gives him the running high knee for two. It’s Nakamura who slows things down now, keeping his opponent on the mat and firing off with short knees to the head, before trying to choke him out with a front headlock. He hits a facebuster and sets up for the Kinshasa but misses, and Ziggler hits him with the Fameasser for a nearfall.

Dolph tries for a superkick but gets caught in the cross armbreaker. Nakamura wrenches down on the move, keeping the Showoff from getting to the ropes, but Ziggler rakes him in the eyes to break the hold. Nakamura with an exploder suplex and he again sets up for the Kinshasa, but Dolph avoids it and hits the Zig-Zag out of nowhere! 1…2…Nakamura kicks out! Ziggler immediately goes into a choke hold and the Artist fades. Nakamura rallies back and plants Ziggler with a wicked kick to the back of the head, backs up into the corner, and connects with a brutal Kinshasa to pick up the win. Great match.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

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Smackdown Live Results-June 13th,2017
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They showed footage of Corbin assaulting Sami Zayn backstage last week, just in case you had forgotten that they’d been feuding for the last few months. Nakamura and Ziggler started things off, with the Artist taking control and lighting up the Showoff with Good Vibrations in the corner. Ziggler immediately came back and dropped him with a stiff uppercut and a standing dropkick, then tagged in the U.S. Champion who went to work on the former IWGP champion. The heels alternated out with quick tags, as Corbin continued to trash talk everyone within a 20-foot radius.

Eventually the obligatory brawl broke out with all six guys hitting the ring, going after their respective rivals. Zayn hit the ring like a bat out of hell, and completely cleaned house, then flew over the ropes taking out Owens and Corbin simultaneously. Things slowed back down as Styles worked over Ziggler briefly, then tagged out to Sami who continued going after the Lone Wolf. Corbin planted him with Deep Six but the pin was broken up by Nakamura as they cut to the final commercial break of the night.

After the break, Zayn was being dominated by the heels. Corbin ran misdirection all around the ring, then lit him up with a huge shoulder tackle. Owens tagged in but ran into the Blue Thunder Bomb, and Sami kicked Baron over the top rope, finally giving himself an opening. He crawled his way to the corner, but once was cut off with nobody to tag in. Corbin lined him up but got caught with the Helluva Kick! Sami did it!

Winner: Sami Zayn, Shinsuke Nakamura & AJ Styles

Owens immediately attacked Sami after the match. He rolled to the floor and brought a ladder into the ring, teaming with Ziggler to take out all three of the babyfaces. Predictably, Owens and Ziggler started arguing over who was going to win Money in the Bank, and Corbin took advantage by laying them both out from behind. The Lone Wolf set up the ladder and began to climb, but Nakamura rushed the ring and knocked him over, then destroyed him with the Kinshasa! Nakamura climbed the ladder and took down the MITB briefcase, posing atop the ladder as his music played around the arena.

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Smackdown Live Results-June 6th,2017
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Owens went after the Artist’s arm after a lock-up at the start of the match, but Nakamura broke free and outmaneuvered the bigger champion, adding salt to the wound by taunting. Owens goes after him, but gets kicked to the floor as we go to the final break of the night.

After the break Owens is in control, punching away at the challenger on the mat and maintaining control with a side headlock. Baron Corbin has joined commentary, and is trashing Sami Zayn and threatening Byron Saxton every time he brings up that Sami has gotten the better of him in matches recently. Nakamura breaks the hold and hits a single-leg dropkick, firing up, and launching a series of kicks and quick palm strikes. He follows up with a running knee in the corner, putting Owens up on the top rope and catching him with another big running knee to the midsection. The champion takes a cheap shot and gets a bit of space, following up with a cannonball splash in the corner. He tries for the pop-up powerbomb, but Nakamura catches him with a huge kick and an exploder suplex. Kinshasa connects! 1…2…3.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

Baron Corbin hit the ring and laid out Nakamura with the End of Days, and posed in the ring to close out the show.

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Smackdown Live Results-May 30th,2017
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United States Champion Kevin Owens makes his way to the ring for another edition of the stolen Highlight Reel. He brings out Shinsuke Nakamura, who gets a great reaction as the crowd sings along with his theme song. Owens says Nakamura is “shrouded in mystery” and the fans want to know who he is, and what he’s capable of. He calls him a rockstar, and tells the story of what happened to the last rockstar, Chris Jericho, who tried to get in his way.

Before things can go further, Baron Corbin cuts them off and says nobody cares what they have to say. Since this is the Highlight Reel, he shows some highlights of his post-match assault on Sami Zayn last week. KO says that’s nothing to brag about, because he’s been beating up Sami Zayn for the last 15 years. Corbin calls him Eric Cartman again, and claims he will be Mr. Money in the Bank by this time next month. Nakamura reminds Owens that he beat him last week on Smackdown, and reminds Corbin of all the times he lost to Sami. The heels go after him and beat down Shinsuke in the ring until Zayn eventually makes the save. They clear the ring, and Sami issues a challenge for a tag team match right now.

Sami Zayn & Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Kevin Owens & Baron Corbin

Nakamura starts things off, getting in the head of the Lone Wolf and chopping him down to size with kicks and knee strikes. He does the Good Vibrations in the corner and tags in Sami, but Baron doesn’t want anything to do with him and tags in the U.S. Champion. The two old rivals start throwing hands and Sami connects with a headscissors takedown, but gets caught coming back into the ring and now Corbin comes in to pick the pieces. The underdog mounted a comeback with some right hands in the corner, but fell to the numbers game as the heels alternated in with quick tags. Corbin countered a Tornado DDT into a big powerslam as they cut to commercial.

Back from the break and Sami and is desperately trying to create some space to make the hot tag. Corbin sees it coming and knocks Nakamura off the apron, then plants Zayn with another big slam. He talks a little too much trash and comes off the ropes into a lariat from Zayn, who finally makes the tag to his partner. Nakamura takes down the big man and throws a flurry of knees as Owens, hitting a signature running kick to the champion in the corner. KO accidentally collides with Corbin and the Lone Wolf doesn’t take kindly to it, getting into a slugfest with his own partner. Zayn dumps him over the ropes and Nakamura hits the Kinshasa knee strike to Owens to pick up the win.

Winners: Shinsuke Nakamura & Sami Zayn

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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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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-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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