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The Phenomenal One
Image and video hosting by TinyPic Ring Name: AJ Styles
Date of Birth: June 2, 1977
From: Gainesville, Georgia
Place of Birth: Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
Pro Wrestling Debut: 1998
Allen Neal Jones better known by his ring name A.J. Styles, is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE. He is best known for his 12-year tenure working for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling along with his work in Ring of Honor between 2002 and 2016, and in New Japan Pro Wrestling from 2014 to 2016 as a member and the third leader of Bullet Club. AJ made his professional wrestling debut in 1998. While in TNA, Styles held numerous championships he held seven world championships & 23 championships, overall. Concurrent with his NJPW and ROH work, Styles also performed on the independent circuit, where he held numerous additional championships as well, for a total amount of 51 championships. AJ signed a multi-year contract with WWE in January 2016 & made his debut at the Royal Rumble match. Nicknamed "The Phenomenal One" AJ Styles is nothing short, but phenomenal his accomplishments and athletic skills speaks for itself, and it can't help but draw your attention. Be sure to watch AJ takeover the WWE by storm.

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November 25th: WWE Starrcade
November 26th: WWE Live: Roanoke, Va
November 27th: WWE Live: Charleston, WV
November 28th: WWE SmackDown Lexington, KY
November 30th: WWE Live: LIMA
December 1st: WWE Live: Mexico City, Mexico, DIF
December 2nd: WWE Live: Merida, YUC
December 3rd: WWE Live: Monterrey, Mexico
December 5th: WWE SmackDown: San Diego, CA
December 9th: WWE Live: Pikeville,KY
December 10th: WWE Live: Louiseville, KY
December 11th: WWE Live: Terre Haute, IN
December 12th: WWE SmackDown: Cincinnati, OH
December 17th: WWE Clash of Champions
December 18th: WWE Live: White Plains, NY
December 19th: WWE SmackDown Newark, NJ
December 26th: WWE Live: Chicago, IL
December 27th: WWE Live: Detroit, MI
December 28th: WWE Live: Pittsburgh, PA
December 29th: WWE Live: Hershey, PA
December 30th: WWE Live: Tampa, Fl
January 28th: Royal Rumble: Philadelphia, PA
January 30th: Smackdown: Philadelphia, PA
April 8th: Wrestlemania 35: New Orleans, LA
April 10th: Smackdown: New Orleans, LA

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Although Styles made Mahal look like a superstar, there were a lot of logic holes in this match with the escapes, spot placement, chicanery, etc. Lots of “Too Sweet” chants and Styles obliges by throwing up the symbol. Mahal with the early heat by grabbing a microphone, only to be met by a thunderous pop of Styles’ entrance. Mahal kept the heat going with a methodical pace in the match in which Styles sold like a million bucks for the bigger opponent. Mahal truly does have a “look” about him that would obviously see WWE find favor in him. The Singh Brothers fail on their first attempt to enter the cage, but eventually find their way in. Styles takes them out initially and gives them Styles Clashes for their troubles, one being perfectly bounced off the cage and into place for the move. They both attempt to escape, but Styles scales the cage first while kicking the door into Mahal’s head, where he was attempting the easy way out.

AJ Styles def. Jinder Mahal (w/ Singh Bros)–(Steel Cage WWE Championship Match)

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Published By: CiCi
Date: November 26th

The Phenomenal One vs The Beast! After a surprise victory over Jinder Mahal in Manchester, A.J. Styles has had one thing on his mind… beating Brock Lesnar. Styles has never faced Lesnar before, so this will be a new challenge for the champion. Styles makes no excuses about size or stature, he is looking for a fight and will get one.

At match start, Styles hasn’t been able to get offense. Lesnar set off many suplexes. Styles then comes back with several punches and a DDT. Lesnar is down. Styles sets off an ensiguri. Both men are down. Styles comes back with a Pele kick. Styles tried a Phenomenal Forearm, but got another suplex. Lesnar goes for a punch and Styles heaves him over the rope on the floor. Styles hits a Phenomenal Forearm to Lesnar over the rope. Styles hits another Phenomenal Forearm off of the steps. Back in the ring, both men send punches. Styles moonsaults right on Lesnar. OnE Springboard 450 Splash and a cover. TWO!!! Lesnar gets a Calf Crusher. He sends Styles head to the mat to break the hold. A.J. hits another Phenomenal Forearm!!! TWO!!! Styles takes off the elbow pad to get another Phenomenal Forearm. Lesnar catches him with an F8. For more on this Phenomenal match, check out what WWE.com has to say.

AJ Styles’ return to the WWE Championship was a Cinderella story in and of itself. But thanks to Brock Lesnar, the clock struck midnight at Survivor Series.

The Phenomenal One’s upending of Jinder Mahal as WWE Champion didn’t only book him a date with The Beast Incarnate, it threw Lesnar on a collision course against an opponent whose tangible skills (speed, stamina) seemed tailormade to exploit The Conqueror’s supposed deficiency: A will that, if you ask Daniel Bryan, is easier to break than Paul Heyman generally acknowledges.

Lesnar seemed to take that assessment of his skills personally, opening the match with an extended display of savagery that included palming Styles’ head as he threw him across the ring, a German suplex that nearly sent The Phenomenal One through the arena roof and a running knee to a corner-bound Styles.

What got AJ back in the game was his “elusive and abusive” speed, as a cocky Lesnar went for another knee and missed, slamming the cartilage into the turnbuckle and opening the door for The Phenomenal One to go to work. Targeting Brock’s knees, Styles left The Beast on shaky ground and began to pick him apart with quick strikes designed to place doubt into the mind of The Conqueror. A brief fight outside the ring left Brock crawling for purchase after Styles administered a series of flying forearms, and a springboard 450 landed a long two-count on the Universal Champion.

Perhaps the biggest boost to Styles’ confidence was that he managed to evade the F-5 at every turn, most significantly when he reversed it into a Calf Crusher that very nearly accomplished the impossible and submitted The Beast. That was until Brock snaked his massive arm around Styles’ throat and slammed him repeatedly into the mat to break the hold. Yet the move did its job, as Lesnar again tried to hoist Styles up on wobbly knees for his signature move and The Phenomenal One slipped off his shoulders for a Phenomenal Forearm.

Unfortunately, what would have been a surefire finishing strike landed Styles exactly where Lesnar wanted him, as a second attempt at the Phenomenal Forearm delivered the WWE Champion directly atop Lesnar’s shoulders, where the ensuing F-5 spelled the end of the match.

The result, of course, is bound to leave a bitter taste in Styles’ mouth and a sweet one in Mahal’s as he awaits his rematch. But if the state Lesnar was in following his victory — clutching his knee in pain, limping slowly into the locker room and regarding his fallen opponent with new eyes — was any indication, it’s fair to say this match played out more like a “Rocky” movie than Paul Heyman thought it would.

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Published By: CiCi
Date: November 20th

We felt that we should be the ones to write up tonight’s Phenomenal coverage since it was a special night for AJ, however at the ending of our coverage we’ll still post WWE.com’s recap of the match for you all to read up on as well.

One Night Only! With the huge shake up over the past few days, only one name came up when the best was needed. That one name was THE PHENOMENAL AJ Styles. One small problem, AJ was on an Intercontinental Tour with the Smackdown brand. After his match in Santiago, Chile, Styles journeyed the 15 hour flight to get to Minneapolis. This is the match of the year for so many in the WWE Universe. For the first time ever AJ Styles vs The Demon Finn Balor.

At match start, Styles and Balor lock up with each other.  They ended up on the ropes. Balor backs up as both competitors stare at each other. They lock up again as Finn puts AJ in a chock hold. Styles tries to roll out of it but Balor still has it locked in. The crowd is shouting their support for AJ Styles. AJ bounces Finn off the ropes, Balor comes back with a shoulder push. AJ doesn’t budge. Again both men are at a standstill wondering what will they have to do to get the upper hand. Finn and AJ lock hands, then Balor locks AJ around the waist. AJ gets out of that and takes down Balor. Finn Balor comes back with leg scissors, which Styles immediately gets out of. Balor with a nice sideways head takedown, but Styles gets out of it.  AJ yells out come on as both men once again stare each other down. Balor comes back with a series of moves, ending with a knee to the side of the head. Finn comes with more, but AJ leap frog’s into a drop kick. Finn is down and AJ tries to take advantage, but Finn comes back with a kick to the face. Finn decides on a surfboard submission and Styles is all wrapped up. Finn is in charge, trying to take out Styles legs. Rope break. Styles comes back with a few chops to the chest. Balor retaliates with a kick to the face. Styles rolls out of the ring, Balor tries to fly but AJ caught him. SUPLEX to Balor. KNEE TO THE FACE. TWO COUNT. The crowd is mixed chanting for AJ Styles and Finn Balor. PHENOMENAL FOREARM. This gets a two count. AJ is on the roll. Styles lands a backbreaker. Styles and Balor trade rights and lefts. STYLES TAKES DOWN BALOR! Balor gets a shoulder up at two. Balor comes back with a series of punches. AJ lands a kick to the midsection of Balor and is back on top. Finn comes back with rapid hits to Styles. FINN LANDS A WICKED KICK KNOCKING STYLES OFF THE TOP OF THE TURNBUCKLE. He is not done yet, Balor launches himself on Styles outside of the ring. CROWD CHANTS THIS IS AWESOME! Finn hits a Swing Blade on Styles. Finn is back on a roll. Is the end near? Styles lands a Ushi Guroshi. Both men up, AJ Styles looks for The Styles Clash. Balor counters. FACE FIRST INTO THE MAT GOES FINN. AJ Styles gets a two count. Balor stomps on AJ’s face. AJ is hurt. The Demon looks to close in on Styles. AJ comes back with the Calf Crusher. Balor tries to roll but Styles rolls him back in the middle of the ring. Finn bangs AJ’s head in the mat to break the hold. AJ slings a forearm. He sees an opening for The Phenomenal Forearm. Perched on the rope, Balor throws Styles to the floor. Balor sends a vicious kick to Styles. DROPKICK INTO THE BARRICADE! AJ Styles is in trouble. Finn tries picking up Styles, but Styles counters and both go over the German announce table. Was this smart on Balor’s part? Both men are out as the referee starts the count. Nearing the end of the count, both men scramble into the ring. AJ swings and misses. Both thing clothesline and crash into each other. TWICE! Both men are down. WHAT A MATCH! Staggering to their feet, they exchange blows. This match proves that both are incredible performers. Styles goes into rapid fire mode, but it wasn’t enough for Finn to not land the overhead kick. Both men are down. Finn is up first. Both men counter moves. Balor gets one up on Styles. FINN LANDS THE 1916! ONE. TWO. KICKOUT BY AJ! Finn dropkicks AJ. Balor goes to the top. PELE KICK BY AJ! The Demon is out on the top rope. HURRICANERANA BY STYLES! Balor kicks out! Styles misses the 450 Splash! CU DE GRA SEALS THE DEAL FOR BALOR!

This was indeed THE MATCH OF THE AGES!

Your winner The Demon Finn Balor!

After the match, Finn helps AJ to his feet and both show respect to each other through the TOOSWEET hand gesture.

WWE.Com Coverage

The dream match between AJ Styles and Finn Bálor was surrounded in as unusual circumstances as can be expected. But the unexpected became the unbelievable in a first-time-ever, one-night-only exhibition that had the WWE Universe screaming “This is awesome!” at full throat before the bell even rang. Given the storied and occasionally shared history of the two Superstars, it’s difficult to blame WWE fans for their unabashed excitement.

The Demon has one of the more spotless records in WWE — Bálor’s alter-ego has only been defeated one time, and never on WWE TV. But Styles, who traveled 18 hours from SmackDown LIVE’s tour of South America to cross brand battle lines and compete at WWE TLC, clearly had no intention of being another foregone casualty of the first-ever Universal Champion. The Phenomenal One wasn’t just unfazed by Bálor’s otherworldly presence, he gave The Demon more of a fight than, perhaps, he was expecting.

But The Demon, too, had an answer for almost everything Styles threw at him. The entire match wasn’t so much a cavalcade of big moves and near-falls as it was a chess match, with each Superstar slowly whittling away at the other’s defenses. The war of attrition eventually broke out into a brawl on the outside so intense that The Demon got in the referee’s face to stop the count. (Who’s going to argue with that?)

Styles repaid Bálor’s hesitation by double-legging him over the table, but The Demon was almost at full-pitch at this point, and there was little The Phenomenal One could do to stop him. He did slow him down with a Pele Kick off the top rope and a top-rope hurricanrana, but a missed 450 Splash opened the door for Bálor to rocket Styles across the ring with a running dropkick and close the door with an incredible Coup de Grâce.

Even at this level, game recognizes game, and The Demon helped Styles to his feet in a rare show of humanity and shared a “Too Sweet” in the middle of the ring. It was a fitting conclusion to a match between two Superstars who were both slightly more than man, and WWE TLC was all the more extraordinary for it.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: October 23rd

Kayla Braxton is backstage with WWE United States Champion AJ Styles, asking about Tye Dillinger being added to tonight’s match. AJ is confident about retaining tonight. He quotes Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down” and walks off.

Technically, Baron Corbin didn’t take any shortcuts to become the new United States Champion. He pinned a Superstar, clean as a whistle, 1-2-3, to earn his first title in WWE. He just didn’t pin the United States Champion.

After Tye Dillinger was added to what had originally been a battle between Corbin and reigning titleholder AJ Styles, Corbin found himself outnumbered and targeted by two Superstars who were very open about their mutual respect for one another. Given that Dillinger had finagled his way into the match off the strength of a pinfall win over Corbin this past week on SmackDown LIVE, he posed a very real challenge to The Lone Wolf’s championship aspirations.

Yet the former Mr. Money in the Bank played the situation right from the beginning, sitting back and letting Styles and Dillinger tee off on each other before picking the bones of whomever was left standing. In one particularly genius sequence, Corbin even launched Styles into Dillinger, then slid The Phenomenal One face-first into the ring post. The Lone Wolf focused the most intense of his efforts on Styles in order to isolate Dillinger, but The Phenomenal One brawled his way back into the match for a one-on-one throwdown.

While Styles got a little too ambitious with an attempt at a Styles Clash, he was still able to clock Corbin with a knee to the head on the outside. Dillinger immediately threw himself into the fray and found himself trapped in a Calf Crusher, though Corbin pulled him to the outside to prevent a tapout.

A three-way brawl followed with everyone hitting impactful moves, particularly Styles, who connected with a Phenomenal Forearm on The Perfect 10. Before AJ could cover Dillinger, however, Corbin viciously booted him out of the ring and covered Tye for the pin.

Questions over whether or not Corbin is a rightful champion after failing to pin the incumbent titleholder may linger, but there’s no denying that The Lone Wolf is your new United States Champion.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: October 9th

We get a video package for the next match.

WWE United States Title Match: Kevin Owens vs. AJ Styles

Back to the ring and out comes Shane McMahon to serve as the special referee. Kevin Owens is out next, followed by WWE United States Champion AJ Styles.

AJ attacks Owens before the bell as Shane tries to stop it. Owens fires back and they brawl. Shane breaks it up and we get the bell. AJ takes control early on and hits a nice kick to the face from the apron to the floor. Owens brings it back in and beats AJ down, yelling about being the man. AJ comes back with a backbreaker. More back and forth action. Owens with a shot to the throat coming out of the corner. Owens goes on and hits a big clothesline. Owens with more strikes and trash talking. Owens with chops in the corner now. Owens keeps control and hits a corner cannonball for a close 2 count.

Owens hits a senton and keeps AJ grounded on the mat, still talking trash. They get up and Owens keeps control but AJ tells him to bring it. Heavy back and forth now. AJ nails a Facebuster on Owens. Owens blocks a Styles Clash and backdrops AJ. AJ goes for a moonsault but lands on his feet. Owens with a big superkick. AJ blocks a pop-up powerbomb and hits the fireman’s carry neckbreaker for a 2 count. AJ goes to the top but Owens cuts him off, possibly pushing Shane into him. Owens takes AJ up top and puts him on his shoulders but AJ slides out and hits the sunset flip powerbomb. AJ goes for the springboard inverted 450 but Shane gets caught in the crossfire as he was checking on Owens. They’re all down now.

Owens nails a pop-up powerbomb but AJ kicks out at 2. Owens yells at Shane. Owens continues arguing with Shane as AJ recovers. They get in each other’s face. AJ ends up applying the Calf Crusher to Owens. Owens ends up kicking AJ into Shane. Shane gets sent out to the floor. AJ applies the Calf Crusher again but there is no referee. Shane is slow to get up on the floor. Owens is tapping but Shane is still on the floor.

Shane comes back in and AJ argues with him. AJ puts his hands on Shane but gets shoved back. AJ charges but Owens sends him face first into the turnbuckle. AJ comes out of the corner and nails a forearm. Owens launches AJ into the corner with a suplex. They end up on the top again, trading positions. Owens drives Owens AJ into the mat with a suplex but AJ still kicks out. They get up and trade shots in the middle of the ring. AJ ends up missing a pele kick but Owens hits a superkick. AJ stops a pop-up powerbomb. Styles goes on and nails the Styles Clash but Owens kicks out.

Owens ends up getting a close pin on AJ as AJ got his foot on the bottom rope, leading to Owens and Shane arguing. Owens puts his finger in Shane’s face and backs him into the corner. Owens jabs his finger at Shane. Shane warns Owens and does the same. Owens warns Shane not to touch him. Owens shoves Shane. Shane shoves him back into a roll-up from AJ for a 2 count. AJ nails a pele kick and Owens is stunned. AJ goes on and springboards in with the Phenomenal Forearm and Owens goes down. AJ with a Styles Clash in the middle of the ring for the pin.

Winner: AJ Styles

After the match, AJ takes the title and stands tall as Shane raises his arm. AJ walks around with the title as we go to replays.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: August 21st

Kickoff Show

We take a look at AJ Styles throwing out the first pitch at the Phillies game and it was Phenomenal.

We have a video package for the US Title match, including the title change at Madison Square Garden.

AJ Styles is in the interview area.  He is asked about Kevin Owens’ comments from a few weeks ago.  AJ says that Kevin has not done it yet.  AJ says the title represents America.  It represents what you have earned.  It represents the workhorse of the WWE. Until someone outworks him, he will keep this title.  He says that Kevin Owens is not man enough for the job.

We get a video package with highlights from the recent WWE United States Title change at Madison Square Garden.

AJ Styles is in the back getting ready for his United States Title defense.

WWE United States Title Match: Kevin Owens vs. AJ Styles

Back to the ring and out first comes Kevin Owens. WWE United States Champion AJ Styles is out next as we get formal ring introductions from Hamilton and some trash talking from the two.

The bell rings and Owens unloads on AJ. Owens keeps control and talk some more trash but AJ runs the ropes and comes back, sending Owens to the floor to regroup. Owens comes back in and they go to lock up but AJ goes behind. AJ with more offense that sends Owens to the floor for another breather. More back and forth in the ring now. AJ nails a dropkick that sends Owens to the floor once again.

They fight on the floor now. AJ sends Owens over the barrier. AJ charges for an attack but it backfires and Owens turns it around on the floor. Owens sends AJ into the ring post and brings it back into the ring for a senton. Owens covers for a 2 count. Owens keeps control and keeps AJ grounded on the mat with a headlock while talking trash.

AJ finally fights up and out of the hold but Owens drops him for more boos. Owens goes for another senton but AJ gets his knees up. AJ with forearms to the jaw now. Owens decks him and nails a DDT in the middle of the ring for a close 2 count. Owens argues with the referee and goes back to the headlock. AJ fights up and out again. They trade shots but AJ gets the upperhand and unloads. AJ drops Owens with a clothesline. AJ with the flying forearm. Owens rolls to the corner. AJ with a splash in the corner. AJ scoops Owens on his shoulders but can’t get him all the way up. More back and forth. AJ counters and slams Owens on his face for a 2 count.

Owens ends up going for a superkick but it’s blocked. Owens also blocks a Styles Clash. Owens drops AJ for a close 2 count. AJ nails the fireman’s carry neckbreaker for a close 2 count. Fans chant for AJ now. AJ springboards in with a 450 but Owens gets his knees up and AJ lands hard. Owens covers for a 2 count. Owens with the corner cannonball for another 2 count. Owens shows frustration now. Owens takes Styles to the top and rocks him. Owens climbs up but AJ resists. Styles headbutts Owens and goes for the sunset flip powerbomb but Owens hangs on. Styles turns it into the Torture Rack and drops Owens to the mat for another pin attempt.

AJ goes to the top but Owens pushes the top rope, crotching him. Owens climbs up for a superplex but AJ fights back. Owens with a big shot to the face. AJ slides down and drops Owens face first into the turnbuckle. AJ keeps control and springboards up from the apron but Owens rolls to the floor. AJ puts on the brakes but Owens takes out his legs on the apron. Owens sends AJ into the ring post and drops him with an armbreaker. AJ drops Owens with a pele kick. Styles for the Styles Clash but his shoulder is bothering him. Owens tosses AJ into the referee and he goes down. AJ is also down, as is Owens. AJ gets up first but Owens superkicks him to the mat. Owens grabs AJ and yells at him. AJ avoids a pop-up powerbomb and drops Owens into the Calf Crusher in the middle of the ring.

The referee starts to get up as Owens inches to the bottom rope. Owens turns the submission around on AJ. AJ fights out and applies a Crossface of his own. Owens turns that over into a pin attempt and keeps AJ’s shoulders down as the referee slowly recovers and counts the pin.

Winner and New WWE United States Champion: Kevin Owens

After the match, Owens takes the title and celebrates as we go to replays. Owens leaves with the title as his music plays.

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Published By: Lisa
Date: July 24th

MITB Ladder Match: AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Sami Zayn vs. Baron Corbin vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Kevin Owens

We go to the ring and out first comes AJ Styles for tonight’s main event. Dolph Ziggler is out next followed by Sami Zayn. WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens is out next. Shinsuke Nakamura comes out next but Baron Corbin attacks him from behind at the entrance.

Corbin grabs a ladder and nails Nakamura with it. Corbin keeps up the assault on Nakamura as referees come to break it up. They check on Nakamura as Corbin heads to the ring. Trainers are also out to check on Nakamura. Corbin wants the bell rang now. The bell rings and 5 of the 6 Superstars go at it. Corbin tosses Owens to the floor. Sami and AJ also clear the ring and go at it with Corbin. Sami goes out to work over Ziggler. Owens nails Sami and sends Ziggler into a ladder. Owens and Sami trade shots on the floor. Owens drops Ziggler as fans chant for Nakamura. Sami sends a ladder into Owens’ face. Corbin sends Sami into the barrier. AJ rocks Ziggler. We see trainers helping Nakamura to the back.

Ziggler drops AJ at ringside. Sami slams Owens’ face into the apron a few times. Sami runs the ropes and nails a big dive to Owens on the floor. Corbin and Ziggler use a ladder to double team AJ on the floor. Corbin decks Ziggler. Corbin slides a ladder into the ring but Ziggler superkicks him to the floor. Ziggler comes in with the ladder but Sami knocks him back to the floor. Sami goes to position the ladder but Owens pulls it to the floor. Sami runs out and clotheslines Owens on the floor. Sami brings another ladder in but AJ comes from behind and decks him. AJ tosses Sami to the floor. AJ brings the ladder in but Ziggler stops him. AJ blocks a ladder shot and rams Ziggler back into a ladder at the announce tables. Ziggler runs up a ladder and blocks AJ from nailing a Phenomenal Forearm to the floor. Corbin catches Ziggler in a Deep Six on the floor.

Sami uses the top to moonsault onto Corbin on the floor. Sami clutches his knee. Owens superkicks AJ in the ring and works him over. Owens talks trash to some boos. Owens grabs a ladder and rams it into AJ. Sami also takes a ladder shot from Owens. Owens knocks Corbin and Ziggler off the apron with the ladder. Owens stands tall and raises the ladder but AJ drops him into it. AJ and Owens trade shots in the middle of the ring now. AJ goes for a Styles Clash but Owens resists. Owens back-drops Styles over the top to the floor. Owens looks up at the briefcase and grabs the ladder.

Owens opens the ladder but Sami runs in and stops him. Owens gets knocked to the apron but hangs on. Owens goes to the top for a dive on the others but Sami cuts him off. Sami launches Owens from the top onto a ladder in the ring. Sami stands the same ladder up but it’s broken due to Owens. Sami dumps that ladder and brings another into the ring. Sami looks to climb but Ziggler runs in and stops him. Ziggler lays a ladder in the corner and tosses Sami onto it. Ziggler climbs up but Sami pulls him down. Sami runs up the ladder but Ziggler superkicks him to the mat. Sami catches another kick and drops Ziggler with a Blue Thunderbomb. Sami climbs the ladder but Corbin comes from behind. Corbin slams Sami’s face into the rungs of the ladder and he goes to the mat. Sami charges but gets a face full of ladder. AJ with kicks to Corbin now. AJ with a low forearm.

Fans chant for AJ as he positions a ladder and climbs up. Corbin climbs the other side and they trade shots at the top. AJ with a headbutt and a right hand, and another to knock Corbin down. Ziggler climbs up Corbin’s back and meets AJ at the top. AJ gets knocked to the mat from up high. Ziggler grabs the briefcase but gets knocked down by Corbin. Corbin climbs up but Ziggler leaps and nails a Zig Zag. Ziggler climbs up but AJ stops him. Sami climbs the other side. AJ, Sami and Ziggler are all up top now. AJ gets double teamed and knocked to the mat. Sami and Ziggler trade shots now. Sami unloads and looks at the briefcase but changes his mind. Sami hits a big sunset flip powerbomb from the top of the ladder instead. Ziggler rolls to the floor as fans chant “holy shit” and we get a replay.

Owens pulls Sami out and goes for a powerbomb on the apron but Sami avoids it. They trade shots on the apron now. Sami with a big boot as the “ole!” chants start up. Sami with a full nelson suplex on the apron, sending Owens flying to the floor. Sami struggles to get over to the ladder that’s still standing. Sami climbs up as the chants continue. AJ leaps in out of nowhere with a Phenomenal Forearm, knocking the ladder over with Sami. Corbin brings AJ out and sends him over the announce table. Styles ends up leaping out at Corbin but he gets caught. Corbin chokeslams Styles onto a ladder that’s bridged from the steel steps to the announce table. Sami with a Helluva Kick to Corbin int he corner. Everyone is down but Sami now. Sami positions a ladder and climbs for the briefcase.

Ziggler runs in and grabs Sami’s boot but Sami kicks him away. Sami gets his fingers on the case but Owens runs in and stops him. Owens with a low blow. Owens climbs the ladder and grabs the briefcase but Styles grabs his leg. Styles pulls Owens down but Owens rocks him. Owens dumps AJ to the apron and drops him. Owens grabs AJ and tries to powerbomb him from the apron to the bridged ladder but AJ fights it off. AJ counters and launches Owens from the ladder to the apron with a fireman’s carry. Owens and AJ fall from the ladder to the floor. Corbin is also down. AJ returns to the ring and positions a ladder as fans chant his name. AJ climbs up but here comes Ziggler. Ziggler pulls the ladder away but AJ is hanging from the chain of the briefcase. AJ falls to the mat without the briefcase and Ziggler laughs at him.

Corbin positions the ladder now. Nakamura’s music hits and out he comes to a big pop. Corbin grabs the ladder and waits for him. Nakamura slowly walks to the ring. Corbin tosses the ladder but misses. Fans sing Nakamura’s theme song as he hits the ring and unloads on Corbin. Nakamura with the knees in the corner and a kick to knock Corbin from the apron. Ziggler runs into boots in the corner from Nakamura. Nakamura with a Kinshasa from the top to Ziggler. Another Kinshasa for Ziggler. Sami runs in but Nakamura nails him. Nakamura with the reverse exploder suplex on Sami. Nakamura with a Kinshasa to Sami next. Fans chant for Nakamura as he goes outside for a ladder. He tries to bring the ladder in but Owens grabs it. Nakamura slides the ladder in but Owens is still trying to stop him. Owens takes a Kinshasa on the floor next.

Nakamura returns to the ring and grabs the ladder to position it under the case. Nakamura is slow to climb but when he starts, AJ meets him on the other side of the ladder. They stare each other down as the crowd pops. They both carry the ladder to the side and stare each other down for a fight in the middle of the ring. They go at it and trade strikes. Nakamura applies a submission from behind and brings AJ down to one knee. Nakamura turns that into another exploder. Nakamura goes for a Kinshasa to AJ but AJ blocks it with a forearm. Fans chant “this is awesome” now. Styles positions the ladder and looks to climb again. Nakamura meets him at the top and they trade shots. Nakamura gets the upperhand as fans do dueling chants for the two. AJ fights back. They both reach for the case. Corbin runs in and pushes the ladder over, sending both into the ropes.

Corbin stands the ladder back up and climbs up to retrieve the briefcase for the win.

Winner: Baron Corbin

After the match, Corbin stands up high with the briefcase as his music hits. We go to replays. Corbin stands tall with the briefcase while the other competitors are down around the ringside area. MITB goes off the air with Corbin raising the briefcase.

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Published By: Lisa
Date: June 19th

Shane McMahon vs. AJ Styles

We go to the ring and out comes SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon. He jogs down the huge ramp as we see his family sitting at ringside. AJ Styles is out next to a big pop as Greg Hamilton does the introduction.

They lock up and go at it. AJ tries to show Shane up early on and laughs about how he’s going to embarrass Shane. They lock up and Shane holds his own trading holds. AJ ends up taking Shane down and playing to the crowd for a pop. Fans chant for AJ as they go to lock up again. Shane scoops AJ and hits him with a messy slam. Shane with some more moves, including arm drags. Shane slams AJ on his front and tries for a pin attempt but AJ scrambles out of the ring. Shane taunts AJ from the ring now. AJ comes back in and they go to lock up again but AJ nails a right hand. Shane backs AJ into the corner with strikes now. The referee backs Shane off but he goes right back to work and hits an elbow that sends AJ to the mat. Styles with a shot to the throat to turn it around.

AJ sends Shane over the top. AJ follows and Shane gets launched over the announce table. AJ brings it back in and talks some trash while working Shane over. Shane fights back some but runs into a boot in the corner. AJ springboards in but Shane counters in mid-air and they both go down. Shane with strikes now. Shane keeps on and drops AJ with a right hand. Shane catches AJ in mid-air and then tosses him across the ring again. More back and forth. AJ ends up getting the Calf Crusher applied but they also trade submissions. They collide with clotheslines and both go down in the middle of the ring.

AJ ends up springboarding in with a 450 but Shane catches him in a triangle. Shane keeps the hold locked in the middle of the ring. AJ turns it into a Styles Clash for a close 2 count. They end up going at it in the corner when the referee accidentally gets kicked by AJ. The referee goes down. AJ drops Shane with a pele kick. Medics check on the referee as AJ goes under the ring for a trash can. AJ brings it in and goes on to rest it against Shane while Shane is down in the corner. AJ goes to the top and goes for a Coast 2 Coast but Shane leaps up and smashes the trash can into AJ’s face.

Shane puts AJ down in the corner and places the can over him now. Shane goes to the top and nails the Coast 2 Coast, smashing the can into AJ’s face again. The referee comes to as Shane covers for a close 2 count. Shane goes outside and takes apart the announce table now. Shane drags AJ out of the ring and places him on top of the announce table. Shane goes back into the ring and climbs to the top. Shane goes for a huge elbow drop through the table but AJ moves out of the way. Shane crashes through the table and AJ brings him back into the ring as the referee counts. Shane refused medical attention before AJ brought him in. AJ goes for the Phenomenal Forearm but Shane turns it into a DDT. Shane drags AJ over to the corner and goes back to the top. Shane goes for a Shooting Star Press but AJ moves out of the way. Fans chant “holy shit” now.

AJ crawls to the apron and waits for Shane to get up. AJ nails the Phenomenal Forearm and covers for the win.

Winner: AJ Styles

After the match, AJ recovers and gets to his feet as his music plays. We go to replays. AJ hits the corner to pose as fans pop. Shane is still down on his back looking up. AJ walks over and looks down at him but we cut to a break.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: April 3rd

Elimination Chamber for the WWE Title: The Miz vs. AJ Styles vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Baron Corbin vs. Bray Wyatt vs. John Cena

Greg Hamilton gives us the rules for the match before WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose makes his way out. Baron Corbin is out next. The Miz stops and stares at the Chamber before entering his pod. Bray Wyatt is out next as the arena lights up with fireflies. AJ Styles is out next, followed by WWE Champion John Cena.

Cena and AJ lock up to start as fans do dueling chants. Cena drops AJ first. AJ comes back and they trade shots. AJ side steps and puts Cena in the backbreaker rack. AJ sends Cena to the mat for a 2 count. Cena ends up sending AJ to the mat and hitting the sunset flip powerbomb for a 2 count. They trade shots in the middle of the ring now. Cena takes AJ down but AJ kicks him away. AJ drops Cena over his knee for a 2 count.

Cena keeps control and calls for the Five Knuckle Shuffle as the timer counts down. Cena turns his attention to the pods and in comes Ambrose to a pop. Ambrose ducks Cena and goes to work on him, tossing him out to the steel. Ambrose whips Cena into the steel a few times and stomps away. AJ comes out but Ambrose blocks him and sends him into the steel. Ambrose knocks AJ back into the ring. They trade counters until Ambrose plants AJ on the steel floor. Ambrose climbs to the top of a pod and launches himself onto Cena.

Ambrose and AJ go at it now. Cena comes over and nails a two-man German suplex as Corbin looks on from his pod. We get dueling chants for Cena now. Cena goes for an Attitude Adjustment on Ambrose but drops him when AJ runs at him. The sequence ends with all three on the mat as the timer counts down again. Bray Wyatt is the next man in. Wyatt floors Ambrose, then takes Cena out. Wyatt with a big toss to Ambrose. AJ dumps Wyatt to the steel over the top rope. AJ springboards up but Wyatt catches him and launches him into the steel chains. Wyatt poses and waits for AJ to get up. Wyatt runs into the ring post. AJ with kicks to Wyatt. AJ with a guillotine leg drop to Wyatt.

Cena and AJ go at it now. Styles climbs the chains but Cena climbs with him. They fight up on the side of the structure and trade shots. Styles knocks Cena down to the steel. AJ moves over to the top of a pod. Ambrose joins him up top. They trade shots on top of the pod and send each other face first into the glass. Ambrose drops AJ on top of the pod. Wyatt grabs Ambrose’s leg and pulls him to the steel. Wyatt works over Ambrose in the corner now. Wyatt with headbutts. AJ comes to the top from the top of the pod. Wyatt climbs up but Ambrose brings them both to the mat and AJ lands hard on his neck. The next man let into the match is Corbin.

Corbin comes in swinging. He uses the steel against Ambrose. Ambrose side steps a move but Corbin blocks the bulldog. Corbin catches Ambrose in Deep Six. Wyatt works over Corbin now. Corbin blocks Sister Abigail and sends Wyatt into a pod, then to the steel. Corbin drops Wyatt on the steel again with a modified STO. Corbin catches Styles in another End of Days but Cena applies the STF on Corbin before he can make a pin. Corbin counters the STF and catches Cena in End of Days. Ambrose with a dropkick to Corbin, taking him back to the steel. Ambrose sends Corbin face first into the steel a few times. Corbin turns it around on Ambrose as everyone else is laid out. Miz watches from his pod.

Corbin blocks a Dirty Deeds and sends Ambrose face first into the chains. The timer counts down as Corbin stands tall and waits for The Miz. Miz slowly leaves his pod as Corbin yells at him. Ambrose rolls Corbin up from behind for the pin. Corbin has been eliminated.

Corbin nails Ambrose and sends him through the glass of a pod before leaving the Chamber. Fans sang “Goodbye” to Corbin. Corbin stalks Ambrose as referees try to get him to leave. Corbin mushes Ambrose into the steel and works him over some more. Corbin brings Ambrose back into the ring and drops him with End of Days. Referees yell at Corbin and he finally leaves the Chamber. Miz, who is still in his pod, comes out to take advantage and get the pin on Ambrose. Ambrose has been eliminated.

Miz mocks Daniel Bryan and does the “yes!” kicks to Wyatt and Cena. Miz with a double dropkick to Cena and Wyatt. Styles comes in but Miz works him over in the corner with more kicks. Miz with corner dropkicks to his opponents now. Miz with a corner clothesline to Cena. Miz goes to the top but Wyatt grabs him and pulls him down. Miz counters and hits a Skull Crushing Finale on the steel. Miz climbs to the top and nails a crossbody but Cena rolls through and lifts him for the AA. Cena nails it and covers for the pin. The Miz has been eliminated.

Styles and Wyatt attack Cena now. Wyatt drops Styles but misses the senton. Cena unloads on AJ with shoulders and the big slam. Wyatt charges but Cena slams him too. Cena calls for a double Five Knuckle Shuffle and nails it. Wyatt charges but Cena hits him with the AA. Styles blocks the AA and hits a Styles Clash on Cena. AJ rolls Cena up for a 2 count. Styles springboards in for the Phenomenal Forearm but Cena ducks. Cena nails the AA on Styles and covers for a close 2 count. Cena climbs the steel and stands on top of a pod. Cena points to the WrestleMania banner and nails a dive onto Wyatt and AJ.

Wyatt ends up countering Cena and hitting Sister Abigail. Wyatt pins Cena and Cena has been eliminated.

Wyatt stares AJ down. AJ fights back but Wyatt drops him. Wyatt mounts AJ with strikes now. Wyatt points at the WrestleMania 33 sign and goes right back to work on AJ. AJ takes Wyatt’s leg out as he charges. AJ with a forearm for a 2 count. Wyatt turns upside down and grabs AJ for Sister Abigail. AJ blocks it and rolls him up for 2. They trade shots and Wyatt floors AJ with a clothesline for a 2 count.

More back and forth. AJ springboards in and nails the 450 but Wyatt kicks out at 2. Styles went for the Phenomenal forearm but was snatched down by Wyatt and hit with Sister Abigail for the pin.

Winner and New WWE Champion: Bray Wyatt

After the bell, Wyatt’s music hits as the crowd pops. Wyatt sits in the corner as the referee presents him with the title. Wyatt stands tall as his arm is raised. Wyatt laughs and falls to the mat celebrating. Wyatt raises the title and points at the WrestleMania 33 banner as we go to replays. We come back and the arena is lit up with fireflies. Wyatt raises the title and points at the WrestleMania sign. Royal Rumble winner Randy Orton makes his way to the stage and stares at the ring. Wyatt stares back. Elimination Chamber goes off the air with Wyatt posing and laughing while on his knees.

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Published By: Lisa
Date: February 13th

Backstage Segment

Dean Ambrose is watching the monitor, and AJ Styles walks in and tells him that if everyone just follows him, they’ll get a win.  Dean says he knows AJ is just going to slam a metal chair into his back, but in two weeks at TLC, his fantasies become AJ’s nightmare.  Shane McMahon comes in and says they can settle this in two weeks, but they need a win tonight and he needs everyone on the same page.

Men’s Elimination Match: Team Raw (Kevin Owens, Chris Jericho, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, and Braun Strowman) vs Team Smackdown (AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton, and Shane McMahon)

The champions start off, and they go at it until all the other partners get in, and Rollins and Reigns start to team up against Team Smackdown.  Shane tags in and cleans house, then AJ and Ambrose wind up working together to clear out the ring…but then they turn their attention on each other and start brawling.  Shane McMahon tries to separate them, AJ nails Ambrose from behind, and Strowman comes in and hits a running powerslam to eliminate Ambrose.

Dean Ambrose has been eliminated.

Strowman drags Shane into the ring, and Shane unloads with a flurry of pounches, but Strowman is too big and crushes Shane with a splash in the corner.  AJ tries for a Phenomenal forearm, but Strowman knocks him to the floor, then flattens Orton when he tries to come in.  Bray Wyatt is in and goes face to face with Strowman, and Wyatt tells Strowman to attack Team Raw, and he goozles Jericho, then lets him go and clotheslines Wyatt’s had off.  Strowman knocks Wyatt to the floor with a diving dropkick.  Strowman goes after Wyatt and rams him into the ring apron.  Orton gives Strowman an RKO into the announce table, then helps Wyatt up and they put Strowman on the table and Shane comes off the top rope with an elbowdrop to Strowman that sends them both through the table.  The brawl continues on the floor, and AJ Styles dumps Shane back into the ring, but James Ellsworth holds Strowman’s foot from under the ring to prevent him from getting back in, and Strowman gets counted out.

Braun Strowman is eliminated.

Strowman beats Ellsworth up to the top of the ramp and tosses him off the stage into some production equipment before walking to the back.  Owens is in the ring and working Shane over, does the Shane dance, and covers for 2.  Jericho tags in and dropkicks Shane for 2, he goes for a Lionsault, but Shane gets the knees up and gets a small package on Jericho for 2.  Jericho hits a Codebreaker on Shane, another on Randy Orton, and he covers Shane for 2.  Rollins tags in and puts the boots to Shane, then Jericho tags in and comes off the top with a splash that misses, and Shane tags Styles in.  Styles goes to work on Jericho and hits an over the knee neckbreaker for 2.  Jericho blocks the Styles Clash and goes for the Walls of Jericho, Styles breaks free and gets the Calf Crusher, and Jericho rams AJ’s head into the mat and goes for the Walls again, Styles reverses to a small package, Styles unlaods with a series of strikes, nails Owens on the apron, goes for the Styles Clash, but Owens comes in and nails styles with Jericho’s list and hits him with Jericho’s list.  He gives styles the pop-up powerbomb as the referee calls for the DQ.

Kevin Owens is eliminated.

We’re down to 4-on-3, and Jericho is feverishly trying to put his list back together as Styles tags Orton, who comes in and hits Jericho with the RKO for 3.

Chris Jericho is eliminated.

We’re down to Reigns and Rollins against almost the entire Smackdown team.  Reigns looks at Rollins and says “let’s do this”, and Rollins goes after Orton, but eats a snap powerslam for 2.  Wyatt tags in and unloads on Rollins, and Rollins os caught in the wrong part of town.  Orton superplexes Rollins, and both men make tags and in comes Reigns and Styles, and Reigns is dominant.  Reigns hits a splash mountain for 2, but he comes in for the Superman Punch and Styles hits a Pelle kick.  Shane tags in and opens up on Reigns, and hits a floatover DDT.  Shane dodges a double stomp from Rollins, gives him a spinebuster, then rams Reigns into the ringpost.  Shane goes to the top rope and goes for a Van Terminator, but Reigns hits him with a spear on the way down.  He makes a cover and Shane gets his shoulder up at 2.  The referee checks on Shane and appears to injury default him out.

Shane McMahon is eliminated.

Okay good, Shane couldn’t even do a clean loss after taking that.  Wonderful.  Wyatt hits Reigns with a senton for 2, and now Reigns is the one caught in the wrong corner.  Reigns breaks free and tags Rollins in, and he goes to work on Styles and hits a Blockbuster.  Styles backdrops Rollins to the apron, but Rollins hits an enziguiri and a springboard forearm, then he takes Wyatt out with a dive to the floor, a series of corner charges on AJ, and he goes to the top on AJ, but AJ slips out, nails Rollins and goes to the top, but Rollins hits him with a Pelle kick of his own.  Rollins superplexes Styles, picks him up and goes into a falcon arrow, and Orton breaks it up at 2.  Rollins dumps Orton to the floor, but goes for a dive and Orton nails him.  Reigns saves Rollins from a DDT on the floor, and the former Shield members put the boots to Orton on the floor.  Rollins slaps Reigns on the back, they clear off the announce table, but Styles comes in before they can go for the Shield powerbomb.  Ambrose runs back into the ring and attacks AJ Styles, and a slew of referees try to eject Ambrose, but he goes back after Styles and rams him into the ring steps.  Security finally gets Ambrose out of there, but Reigns and Rollins go after security and let Ambrose free.  Against all odds, the former Shield is working together to fight off security, then they give AJ the triple powerbomb through the announce table.  Rollins dumps Styles back into the ring and covers him for the win.

AJ Styles has been eliminated.

BIG elimination there, and now we’re even with Reigns and Rollins against Orton and Wyatt.  Luke Harper suddenly comes out of nowhere, and he distracts the Shield wihle Wyatt and Orton sneak attack them.  Orton and Reigns go at it on the floor while Wyatt and Rollins fight in the ring.  Harper rams Reigns into the post while Rollins hits a slingblade on Wyatt, then takes Harper out with a dive.  Rollins hits Orton with an enziguiri, superkicks Wyatt, but comes off the top rope right into an RKO from Orton, and Wyatt covers Rollins for 3.

Seth Rollins is eliminated.

Roman is by himself now against Orton and Wyatt, with Harper on the floor.  Reigns Superman punces Orton off the apron and takes Wyatt out to the floor, and he fights both men off and rams Wyatt into the barricade, then hits him with a drive-by.  Reigns spears Harper, comes back into the ring, blocks Sister Abigail, hits Wyatt with a Superman punch, and sets for the spear.  Orton shoves Wyatt out of the way and eats the spear, and Wyatt quickly hits Sister Abigail and covers for 3.

Winners: Team Smackdown

Survivors: Bray Wyatt & Randy Orton

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Published By: Brittany
Date: November 21st