Friday, 30 April 2021

WWE SmackDown Highlights 30 April 2021

 

WWE Smackdown Live 4/30/21 April 30th 2021




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WWE SmackDown Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction, and Highlights for April 30

Sana Ejaz Khan

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    Rarely are the stakes higher than they were Friday night on Fox, when Daniel Bryan put his career as an active member of the WWE roster on the line against the Universal Championship of Roman Reigns.

    The main event, a bona fide pay-per-view encounter any month, headlined one of the buzziest episodes of SmackDown in recent memory.

    Reigns was not the only competitor with gold on the line, though, as Apollo Crews also put his newly won Intercontinental Championship up for grabs against the man he defeated for it back at WrestleMania 37, Big E.

    Were new champions crowned? Did the landscape of the blue brand change forever?

    Find out now with this recap of the final episode of April.

Announced for Friday

1 OF 6

    Already announced for Friday's show:

        

    • Career vs. Title Match: Daniel Bryan vs. Universal champion Roman Reigns
    • Intercontinental Championship Match: Apollo Crews vs. Big E

        

    Coverage begins at 8 p.m.

Bianca Belair Kicks Off SmackDown

2 OF 6

    Credit: WWE.com

    SmackDown women’s champion Bianca Belair made her way to the ring to kick off Friday’s show and wasted little time introducing the viewing audience to the show. Before she could introduce The Street Profits, SmackDown tag team champions Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode interrupted.

    Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins made their presence felt anyway, only for Bayley to interrupt. The top contender to the SmackDown women’s title yanked the microphone from Belair and laughed hysterically, only for The EST to smack her to the mat. 

    The show headed to the break on that note.

        

    Grade

    F

       

    Analysis

    This was about as uninspired and lazily booked a show open as there has ever been.

    It was a string of interruptions before Bayley’s incessant laughing, with no furthering of either feud but a multi-person tag team match sure to result.

    How do we know this? Because we’ve watched wrestling before. Also, because WWE announced as much earlier in the afternoon, so why go through the trouble of booking the half-assed promo segment instead of getting right to the match?

    A really disappointing start to a show with tons of potential to be newsworthy.

Six-Person Tag Team Match

3 OF 6

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    Bayley and Belair started, engaging in some back-and-forth, before a hot tag from The EST to Dawkins. The big man exploded into the match, overpowering Ziggler and Roode, then watched as Ford launched himself over the top rope and wiped the tag champions out on the floor.

    The heels slowed Ford and worked him over, though, with Bayley even getting a shot in. Ford rocked Ziggler with a big kick to create separation and tag Dawkins back into the match.

    The action broke down, Belair delivered the KOD to Bayley, and Ford finished Roode off with a springboard frog splash for the win.

        

    Result

    The Street Profits and Belair defeated Ziggler, Roode, and Bayley

        

    Grade

    C+

        

    Analysis

    WWE thrives on these multi-person tag matches.

    This was fast-paced, fun, energetic, and showcased the babyfaces. While the heels got heat for a bit, it was the explosive comeback that really helped elevate this one.

    Does Bayley feel any more like a credible threat to Belair? No. Does it feel inevitable that Ford and Dawkins capture the tag titles? Absolutely. In that regard, it could have been better. It spotlighted the talent, kept them busy, and brought energy to the opening segment of the show. In that regard, it worked.

Non-Title Match: Natalya and Tamina vs. Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler

4 OF 6

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    The rivalry between women’s tag team champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler, and top contenders Natalya and Tamina, continued with a rematch of their WrestleMania 37 showdown. 

    Tamina tried for an early top-rope splash but Jax got the knees up. The Irresistible Force and The Queen of Spades double-teamed the second-generation competitor, rocking her with knee before overwhelming her with a series of splashes and a corner splash by Jax.

    Tamina fought her way out of the corner and tried for a bodyslam but Jax refused to budge, falling on her opponent for a quick two-count. Tamina tagged Natalya into the match and the third-generation star uncorked a German suplex. Baszler rocked her with a big knee, though, leaving The Queen of Harts in need of her own tag.

    Tamina re-entered the match, headbutted Baszler off the mat and scored the pinfall victory off the Superfly Splash.

        

    Result

    Tamina and Natalya defeated Jax and Baszler

       

    Grade

    C-

       

    Analysis

    There is talent in these matches, and the effort has been there, but these two teams simply don’t have chemistry. That we have seen them wrestle in some form or fashion far too often (six times this month alone, per Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp) only exacerbates how overexposed, and underwhelming, the program has been.

    Jax and Baszler have run their course as champions but Natalya and Tamina don’t feel like the team to dethrone them. The more the feud is shoved down the throat of the audience by way of repetitive matches every week, the less the potential win will mean.

Intercontinental Championship Match: Big E vs. Apollo Crews

5 OF 6

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    Aleister Black delivered his latest cryptic message, discussing the facade that is the path to happiness and success. He knows the key to breaking through it, but refuses to give it to the viewers.

    Back in the ThunderDome, Big E made his way to the ring for one more showdown with Intercontinental champion Apollo Crews, seconded by the massive Commander Azeez.

    The typically fun-loving challenger started hot, dominating the early minutes of the match. He delivered a big splash on the ring apron and appeared to be rolling but Crews seized control of the match heading into the match, dropping Big E at ringside ahead of the break.

    Crews dominated the action during and coming out of the break, adding a moonsault to the floor. A missed aerial assault back inside allowed Big E to build momentum. A big splash earned the challenger a two-count.

    The champion dumped Big E on the ring apron and added a top-rope splash, but couldn’t keep his opponent down. Big E fired up, delivered the Big Ending and appeared to have the win in-hand when Azeez pulled him out of the ring and sent him into the ring post.

    Kevin Owens hit the ring, seeking revenge for the Nigerian Nail he endured last week. He found himself beaten down by the heels and the interfering Sami Zayn. The villains laid out the babyfaces before Azeez delivered a Nigerian Nail to Zayn and stood tall alongside Crews.

        

    Result

    Big E defeated Crews via disqualification

        

    Grade

    C+

        

    Analysis

    Big E and Crews had a perfectly acceptable match, not unlike the others they have had, with a finish that was all-too-predictable.

    Azeez is clearly meant to be the heater for Crews but his presence ensures cheap finishes that do no justice to the match that precedes them. And then there’s the potential for him to overshadow Crews eventually. History tells us that will absolutely happen, and sooner rather than later, at that.

    The involvement of Owens and Zayn after the bell suggests a Fatal 4-Way for the upcoming WrestleMania Backlash pay-per-view and given the talent of the four stars that would be involved, that would certainly make for a great match.

    With that said, it feels like a placeholder as WWE buys time for Crews’ title reign before inevitably giving the title back to Big E. How long, though, until Big E moves onto bigger and better things?

Universal Championship Match: Daniel Bryan vs. Roman Reigns

6 OF 6

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    After show-long hype, including input from top SmackDown stars, Daniel Bryan made his way to the squared circle for a shot at Roman Reigns and the Universal Champion. A win and the leader of the YES! Movement would cement his legacy. A loss would lead to his banishment from the blue brand.

    The Head of the Table entered the arena to new theme music, an orchestral epic with a badass beat befitting the unstoppable force in sports entertainment.

    Bryan attacked from the opening bell, rocking the champion with a dropkick. He flattened Reigns with a running knee from the ring apron heading into the break.

    The challenger worked the left arm and shoulder of the champion, teeing off on him with a flurry of kicks to the shoulder. Reigns absorbed and returned fire, cutting Bryan off with a big back elbow for two. Bryan sent him face-first into the turnbuckle but The Big Dog recovered and delivered a powerbomb off the top rope for a two-count. 

    Reigns dominated coming back from the break, unloading with clotheslines on the floor, then added big knees and boots to Bryan in the corner. He set the challenger up on the top rope but Bryan crotched him and looked to rally. 

    Bryan delivered a huge side suplex from the top rope and shot the half on Reigns, scoring a two-count. He continued to roll, taking The Tribal Chief to the floor. There, Reigns tried for the spear but Bryan moved and the champion crashed into the guardrail. 

    Back from another commercial, Bryan launched himself off the top rope with a diving headbutt for another near-fall. Reigns answered with a Superman Punch. Bryan trapped him in the YES! Lock. Reigns escaped and delivered a spear, but could only keep the challenger down for a count of two as Bryan’s resiliency and heart took over.

    Reigns trapped Bryan in the guillotine but the babyface escaped and applied an arm submission. He segued into the YES! Lock. Reigns fought toward the ropes but Bryan pulled him back. The champion powered out, finally managing to slam Bryan to the mat. He pounded away at the back of Bryan’s head, punishing him before delivering another powerbomb.

    Reigns used his good arm to apply the guillotine, choking the fight out of Bryan and retaining the title.

    After the match, Reigns attempted a brutal chair assault on Bryan only for Cesaro to make the save. The Swiss Superman unloaded on the champion until Jey Uso made the save. Reigns delivered a con-chair-to on Bryan while Cesaro was tied up in the ropes, forced to watch.

        

    Result

    Reigns defeated Bryan to win the title

        

    Grade

    A+

        

    Analysis

    This was one of the best matches of the year, a high-stakes battle not just for championship gold but the continuation of one of WWE’s most storied careers. WWE made an extraordinary deal out of the contest and the performers delivered exponentially.

    Expectations were high and the match far exceeded them, delivering a dramatic encounter that had fans thinking an inspirational win might not be out of the cards before Reigns snuffed out any sense of hope that still existed.

    Not only was the match superb, it marked a rare clean victory for The Head of the Table.

    Cesaro making the save further supports the idea that The Swiss Superman will be next up to challenge Reigns. While WWE is all-in with The Big Dog right now, one has to wonder if now is the time to use him to elevate Cesaro, especially considering how hot the Swiss Cyborg is at this moment.

    But that is for later.

    Friday night was the culmination of Reigns and Bryan’s feud, a Match of the Year candidate, and proof that WWE can still deliver those must-see, event-style matches when it wants to

Wednesday, 28 April 2021

AEW Dynamite Highlights 28 April 2021

 

AEW Dynamite Live 4/28/21 April 28th 2021

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Darby Allin Vs Dark Order #10

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The Young Bucks Vs Matt & Mike Sydal

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The Nightmare Family Vs The Factory

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Penta El Zero Miedo Vs Orange Cassidy

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Kris Statlander Vs Penelope Ford

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Tuesday, 27 April 2021

WWE NXT Highlights 27 April 2021

 

WWE NxT Live 4/27/21 April 27th 2021




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Sana Ejaz Khan

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    The fallout from NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver has not stopped. That event reshaped NXT to the point that we are still experiencing the aftermath. The April 27 edition included plenty of fresh moments and matches as NXT refocuses on the future.

    Adam Cole was set to sit down with Arash Markazi to address his brutal match with Kyle O'Reilly. This was the first time we would hear from Cole since he had to be taken to a local medical facility by stretcher.

    Legado del Fantasma has lost its stranglehold over NXT's cruiserweight division. Kushida defeated Santos Escobar to become NXT cruiserweight champion, and MSK has gotten in the way of any attempted retribution. Fans would get to see these six men battle in a tag match.

    Mercedes Martinez laid her claim to the NXT Women's Championship, but she has felt ignored by Raquel Gonzalez. To get the champion's attention, she challenged her best friend Dakota Kai to a match.

    The Way may continue to hold control of NXT through the NXT North American Championship, but Johnny Gargano fears Bronson Reed. Unfortunately for him, Austin Theory challenged The Colossal to a match where Reed would get another title shot if he won.

    Robert Stone has been itching for a chance to solidify his brand. He managed to convince William Regal to let Aliyah and Jessi Kamea challenge Ember Moon and Shotzi Blackheart to a non-title match that could lead to a championship opportunity down the line.

    This show promised many important matches that could re-establish the hierarchy in NXT. Who would step up? Who would be knocked down?

Mercedes Martinez vs. Dakota Kai

1 OF 7

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    Mercedes Martinez tried to take a dominant first step in this match, but Dakota Kai answered with a DDT and corner running low boot.The two went back and forth in a competitive clash where The Captain of Team Kick sent her opponent to the floor with a corner kaio kick.

    Kai could not keep Martinez down, answering back with an emphatic discus forearm. She sent The Captain of Team Kick outside where Martinez and Raquel Gonzalez met face to face. A brawl broke out that led to the NXT women's champion booting her potential challenger in the face, causing a disqualification.

    The champion continued the onslaught on Martinez to make a point about her place at the top of the division. She threw her face-first into the barricade screen.

              

    Result

    Martinez def. Kai by DQ.

               

    Grade

    B+

                

    Analysis

    Before the non-finish, this was an excellent physical opener where both women shined. Kai looked like the more dominant force throughout, forcing her opponent to fight from underneath. This emphasized that Martinez will be the face in this rivalry with Gonzalez going forward.

    The disqualification was completely unnecessary, but it was only emphasized by the fact that Martinez supposedly almost won clean with so little offense mounted. There should have been a few more minutes to get to that moment.

    Gonzalez vs. Martinez is interesting, though the heel champion facing a face challenger may take some getting used to as Martinez has mostly played the dominant force in her rivalries to date.

Grizzled Young Veterans Meet Tommaso Ciampa and Timothy Thatcher

2 OF 7

    Cameron Grimes went to a special store to buy the biggest and most expensive watch possible. Ted DiBiase made fun of The Technical Savage's watch, telling him he had the true million dollar watch.

    The Grizzled Young Veterans demanded MSK give them their one-on-one title match for the NXT Tag Team Championships. Tommaso Ciampa interrupted with the returning Timothy Thatcher. Ciampa and Thatcher started a brawl, standing tall over Zack Gibson and James Drake.

    Xia Li spoke in Mandarin about the dominance of Tian Shi before the mystery leader of the group covers the screen in smoke. Isaiah "Swerve" Scott told Leon Ruff he was proud of him and wanted to end him in a Falls Count Anywhere match.

               

    Grade

    B

                

    Analysis

    The smartest thing that NXT could do here was to let this feud build slowly. If this was Monday Night Raw or even Friday Night SmackDown, it is likely GYV would gave fought Ciampa and Thatcher on the same night. It is important to wait for the right moment on this Dusty Rhodes Classic rematch.

    MSK is preoccupied with Legado del Fantasma, but one of these two teams should be the next to compete against the champions at TakeOver. Ciampa and Thatcher have a chance to truly find their next gear as a tag team against GYV.

Toni Storm vs. Zayda Ramier

3 OF 7

    Toni Storm told Zoey Stark to watch closely as she punished a rookie in her place. The former NXT UK women's champion had this match in the bag since the opening bell. Instead of winning with the Storm Zero, she tried to inflict more punishment on the top rope.

    Stark arrived to distract Storm, allowing Ramier to knock Storm off the top rope. Ramier hit a shooting star press for a shocking upset victory.

              

    Result

    Ramier def. Storm by pinfall.

               

    Grade

    C

                

    Analysis

    This was not much of a match from Ramier, but it was an important moment in her early career. Thanks to the woman that has been at the head of the next generation of NXT talent, Ramier picked up a surprise win over one of NXT's absolute best female wrestlers.

    Storm will get her win back, potentially getting one over on Stark as well. However, the moment was enough to put Ramier in the conversation. She now has a chance to start competing as more than enhancement talent, potentially forming an alliance with Stark if Sarray is focusing on singles gold.

    NXT's women's division is already great, but the depth continues to impress no matter who leaves for greener pastures.

To Earn an NXT NA Title Match: Bronson Reed vs. Austin Theory

4 OF 7

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    Johnny Gargano and Candice LeRae glared at Bronson Reed on his way to the stage. Indi Hartwell was clearly sulking when she walked out with The Way. Austin Theory was far too confident early, but after a superkick outside by Gargano, Theory hit a diving crossbody outside to take an emphatic advantage.

    The Colossal fought back with his pure power, nearly taking the win with a powerful chokeslam. Theory answered back, leaving both laid out. Dexter Lumis arrived to try and get close to Indi Hartwell, who seemed uncertain of him.

    Chaos ensued where Lumis took a hard elbow from Theory after pushing Hartwell out of the way. The Colossal ended it with the Tsunami.

              

    Result

    Reed def. Theory by pinfall to become the new No. 1 contender to the NXT North American Championship.

               

    Grade

    C+

                

    Analysis

    Reed vs. Theory was a fine but overbooked match. With so many stories happening in parallel, the main match was lost in the shuffle. There were far too many points late where both wrestlers were lying around waiting for other wrestlers to take action.

    Ind-Dex has developed strangely. To the story's credit through, NXT has made it interesting. Every week is an unknown. The fact that Lumis cannot talk only makes the story more fascinating. Every miscommunication is easy.

Killian Dain and Drake Maverick vs. Imperium

5 OF 7

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    Drake Maverick made clear that he did not trust Killian Dain going into this surprise match. He felt like The Beast of Belfast would turn against him.

    Dain started to ease Maverick's concerns. However, as with most of their matches, Maverick tagged in and got dominated by the heels. Imperium kept him away from his partner repeatedly then knocked The Beast of Belfast off the apron at the key moment.

    The smaller member of the team almost lost his hope, but Dain ran into the ring to make the save. Marcel Bartel demanded that Alexander Wolfe hit Dain with a steel chair. Wolfe held back due to their history, and the action broke down.

    Maverick had too much in this contest, diving into the arms of Fabian Aichner. Imperium finished him off with the elevated spinning uppercut. The Beast of Belfast looked over his injured friend.

              

    Result

    Imperium def. Drake and Maverick by pinfall.

               

    Grade

    B+

                

    Analysis

    The layers of solid storytelling in this match elevated it. Maverick went in ready to be betrayed. Instead, Dain fought his absolute hardest to protect his friend. It was a heartwarming scene, even in a loss.

    The man that showed some hesitation was Wolfe. He and Dain have history dating back to Sanity. It seems WWE is using that history to add more depth to the man that has often felt the most out of sorts in Imperium. Could Wolfe choose an old friend over his current allies?

    While recent angles have given some story to this tag team match-up, the battle between them tonight solidified this as a story to watch. A few more matches between these teams need to happen.

Moon and Blackheart vs. Aliyah and Jessi Kamea; Adam Cole Interview

6 OF 7

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    Ember Moon and Shotzi Blackheart received flowers. Franky Monet said they were from Dexter Lumis, which cause the two champions to argue over who they were truly sent for.

    This would lead to Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell attacking the NXT women's tag team champions from behind as they headed to the ring. The brutal attack left Moon and Blackheart unable to compete. Aliyah and Jessi Kamea celebrated in the ring like they had won.

    William Regal announced later in the night Moon and Blackheart would put their titles on the line against The Way in a street fight.

    Arash Markazi tried to interview Adam Cole, who was preoccupied. He was not bothered about his loss to Kyle O'Reilly. He saw himself as the face of NXT, and he laughed at the idea that O'Reilly or Karrion Kross could take his spot. The camera showed O'Reilly watching the interview, shaking his head.

               

    Grade

    B

                

    Analysis

    The two segments back to back here enforced the status quo of NXT. The Way continue to demand more opportunities against Moon and Blackheart, but LeRae and Hartwell cannot put it away. While this was the best The Way has looked against the champion, it was a segment not a match.

    Cole was the biggest star in NXT. He will likely remain on the black-and-gold brand for another year at least. However, it is time to stop considering him the biggest star on the show. This heel persona is the same man he was, just without back-up.

    Cole vs. O'Reilly went so long the first time it felt like two matches, but it is very likely that the two will have a legitimate rematch soon. Hopefully, that will allow O'Reilly to move on.

MSKushida vs. Legado Del Fantasma

7 OF 7

    MSK showed their appreciation to Kushida for helping them transition easily in NXT. Legado del Fantasma promised to get their revenge together before they claimed the titles that would be theirs.

    MSKushida looked like a well-oiled machine of a trio early. They pushed Legado del Fantasma out of the ring, standing tall together. However, Santos Escobar had a plan to divide and conquer. That plan was completed when Escobar powerbombed Kushida through the announce table.

    Wes Lee was left alone in the ring, taking a three-on-one beating. Only Nash Carter could make the save, returning to the corner in time to save Lee. However, the action broke down after that. Kushida took a Phantom Driver when he tried to help.

    Finally, Raul Mendoza and Joaquin Wilde hit a Russian leg sweep/running dropkick on Carter to win. Legado del Fantasma stood tall with all the gold.

              

    Result

    Legado del Fantasma def. MSKushida by pinfall.

               

    Grade

    A-

                

    Analysis

    The show moved along at a steady pace throughout the night, but this was absolutely the highlight. MSK can make every match spectacular. Kushida is working at his best level right now. Together, they gave Legado del Fantasma their biggest challenge yet.

    Despite that, Escobar, Mendoza and Wilde remained dominant. It was unreal how good they made the faces look without ever losing control of this match. This was a fun war to watch unfold.

    Legado del Fantasma earned another shot at MSK. Escobar solidified his claim to a rematch with Kushida. This was everything it needed to be with a memorable image to close the night.

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