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2-on-1 Handicap Match: Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre vs. Roman Reigns

We go to the ring for tonight’s Handicap Match and out first is Shane McMahon. Drew McIntyre is out next and they head to the ring together. Shane has Mike Rome give him a grand introduction as some fans boo. Rome then reveals that there will be no tags in this match, Roman Reigns will do battle against both opponents at the same time. The music hits and out comes Reigns next.

Reigns hits the ring and immediately takes out Shane. Drew unloads on Reigns in the corner and Reigns turns it around. Reigns comes right back and clotheslines Drew to the floor. Shane attacks Reigns but Reigns thrusts him in the corner. Drew pulls Reins to the floor and launches him into the barrier. Drew sends Reigns into the steel ring steps next. Drew grabs half of the steel steps and drives them into Reigns’ face.

 

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We go to the ring and out comes Roman Reigns, another Wild Card Rule Superstar for this week. The announcers lead us to a video package for Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre at WWE Stomping Grounds, which includes shots from Reigns’ loss to Shane McMahon at Super ShowDown.

Reigns admits Super ShowDown was bad for him. Reigns says this does not entertain, but what will is him delivering an ass kicking tonight. Reigns calls out Shane to face him one-on-one tonight. Shane appears on the big screen and has some business to handle before he leaves. Shane orders Mike Rome to give him a grand introduction first. Shane says now we can get started. Shane says Reigns shouldn’t be ashamed of losing to the best in the world. We see The Revival and Drew McIntyre in the room with Shane. Shane says he’s not going to come to the ring to face Reigns, but Reigns should be concerned with what happens on Sunday when he faces Drew McIntyre.

 

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Saudi Arabia Shane McMahon vs. Roman Reigns

We go to the ring and out first comes Shane McMahon by himself. Hamilton is at ringside with the WWE World Cup trophy from last November’s Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia. Hamilton gives Shane a grand “best in the world” introduction as Shane hits the corner to pose. The music hits and out next comes Drew McIntyre. McIntyre marches to the ring as Shane applauds. McIntyre enters the ring and Shane raises his arm. Out next comes Roman Reigns to a big pop. Reigns stops on the stage and stares around the stadium, and down to the ring. Reigns punches the ground and the fireworks go off around the stadium.

Reign enters the ring and poses in the corner as we see more fireworks going off outside of the stadium in Jeddah. The bell rings and Drew exits to watch from ringside. Drew immediately distracts Reigns, allowing Shane to take advantage and attack. Shane unloads, beating Reigns into the corner and against the ropes. Reigns ends up fighting Shane off. Reigns charges in the corner but Shane moves, and Reigns hits the ring post. Shane with more strikes in the corner now. Reigns ends up down on the outside after hitting another post. Drew gets in a cheap shot on the floor as Shane distracts the referee.

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 Sames Auto Arena in Laredo, TX Shane McMahon is determined to call out Roman Reigns.

We see Shane McMahon backstage in his office. Shane says there’s speculation on why he had Roman Reigns brutalized on RAW last night, to soften him up for Super ShowDown. We see a replay of Shane, Drew McIntyre and The Revival taking turns on Reigns last night. Shane says this all came about because Reigns said Shane doesn’t stand a chance with him in the ring. Shane says that proved he does stand a chance. Shane says anything Reigns can do in the ring, he can do better, because he’s the best in the world. Shane says he’s headed to the ring to call Reigns out, he just wonders which version he will get – the big dog strutting his stuff, or the little pup with his tail between his legs.

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University of Texas, Austin We go right to the ring as Roman Reigns makes his way out to a mixed reaction. The announcers plug Reigns vs. Shane McMahon at Super ShowDown.

Reigns waits in the ring but the music hits and out comes McMahon. Shane stops on the stage and has Mike Rome give him his “Best In the World” introduction.

Shane says he can’t wait to shut Reigns up on Friday. Shane says he’s not just called the best in the world, he is the best when he gets in the ring. Shane goes on about how he gets better with age and how he will beat Reigns from corner to corner, ending him with a Coast 2 Coast and making him tap out for the first time. Shane says actually that won’t satisfy him because he will keep the Triangle applied after the referee orders him to break it, because he makes his own rules. Reigns tells Shane to shut up and dares him to try and make him tap. Reigns says he will pick Shane’s little spoiled ass up and drive him into the mat. Reigns goes on and brings up Shane relying on Drew McIntyre. Reigns reveals he will face Drew at WWE Stomping Grounds in July.

PWTorch editor Wade Keller Spoke with Jon Moxley who talked about his time in WWE as well as Roman Reigns’ Role in WWE:

You can also read Jon Moxley’s excerpts from the interview below:

Moxley on the fans turning on Roman Reigns when he became ‘the guy’ in WWE:

“I think they definitely, probably hoped that it stopped, when he was in The Shield, everybody loved him, he was the hottest thing, but was booked like a monster. But as soon as [the fans] realized [he was the guy], then they all decided beforehand they were going to turn on him because they don’t like that, for whatever reason. I think Cena did that first and Roman walked into it. They were like, ‘Oh, it’s the Cena thing, again.’”

Moxley on Roman Reigns’ infamous ‘suffering succotash’ promo and how Reigns hated saying it:

“Vince [McMahon] had him say ‘suffering succotash,’ ya know what I mean? I remember that day. You think he wanted to say that? No. He went in there and came out and was like, ‘He wants me to say suffering succotash,’ and I remember kind of laughing like, ‘Dude, you can’t say that.’ He’s like, ‘He wants me to say it. Is there a cool way to say it?’ I’m like, ‘What if you looked at the camera and said, well, that wasn’t easy to say,’ or something, I don’t know. His personality is so great, he’s such a great dude. Everybody loves him, he’s the move lovable guy in the world. He’s the guy everybody gravitates to in the locker room. Just his natural charisma, but they don’t let him be himself. They try to make him—years ago, he was trying to be what they wanted.”

Moxley on Roman Reigns:

“I’m really glad he is legit one of my best friends because we would ride in the car—even when we were in competition, so to speak, because I love him so much that I couldn’t resent him or anything. If he was a guy that I wasn’t friends with or I hated, I would probably resent the hell out of him. Because there were many times when I felt like I had a stronger connection with the audience than him, but it didn’t matter. He’s my best friend, so it would have never come between us.”

credit for transcript: 411mania

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Tulsa,OK Roman Reigns and R-Truth vs. Drew McIntyre and Elias

We go to the ring and out comes Roman Reigns for tonight’s main event. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and we get a replay of last night’s “Firefly Fun House” segment on RAW where Bray Wyatt revealed the name for his new bizarre, masked persona – The Fiend. He also walked upside down to close the segment. We go back to the ring and Reigns waits as R-Truth makes his way out, selling the attack from earlier. WWE 24/7 Champion Elias and Drew McIntyre suddenly attack from behind. Shane McMahon is with them. Reigns comes to the ramp to make the save for Truth. Reigns sends Drew into the ring post. Reigns rocks Elias into the barrier.

Reigns brings Elias into the ring and the bell rings. Reigns mounts Elias in the corner with right hands as fans count along. Shane gets on the apron to distract Reigns, allowing Elias to turn it around. Drew tags in and goes to work on Reigns in the corner now. Drew stomps on Reigns while he’s down.


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ALBANY, NY We go to the ring and out comes SmackDown’s Roman Reigns, courtesy of the WWE Wild Card Rule.

Back from the break and Reigns is in the ring with a mic. He goes to speak but before he can, the music interrupts and out comes Shane McMahon.

Shane mentions that he is officially done with The Miz after last night’s Steel Cage win, which means his focus will go somewhere else now – Reigns. Shane goes on ranting on how he can’t stop thinking about how Reigns recently attacked his father, Vince McMahon. Shane says Reigns disgusts him. Reigns says he hates spoiled rich kids. Reigns says his schedule is also open because he’s done with Elias now. Shane says he thinks he’s done with Elias but Elias isn’t done with him and one fluke victory doesn’t mean anything. Reigns says he doesn’t see Elias tonight so if Shane has been with him, they need to squash it in the ring. Shane mocks Reigns for issuing the challenge, especially after his brutal match with Miz last night. Shane asks the fans if they want to see him face Reigns tonight in a singles match, and they do.

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