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Videos: Fatal Four Way Way “Therapy” Segment – Clip (WWE YouTube) WWE Universal Title Match – Clip (WWE YouTube) Raw Fallout, Seth’s Reaction – WWE YouTube) Match Video – Full (Coming Soon)
Kevin Owens def. Seth Rollins, Big Cass & Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship
HOUSTON — We have a problem: The WWE Universal Championship is vacant, and all four Superstars set to duke it out in a Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match almost didn’t wait until the bout to start throwing hands. Gathered ostensibly under the pretense of a group Corey Graves interview, Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and Big Cass instead started chucking thinly veiled insults at each other (Cass got a particularly good burn in on Rollins), while Roman Reigns was conspicuous by his silence. Only when Rollins attempted to goad The Big Dog into chiming in did the former WWE World Champion respond. He punched Owens in the face, kicking off a massive brawl, which he also finished when he sent Rollins tumbling from the ring.
The WWE Universe knew it was only a matter of time before Triple H returned. That being said, it’s unlikely that anybody saw this coming, nevermind which of his onetime mentees reaped the benefits of The King of Kings’ return during the Fatal 4-Way WWE Universal Championship Elimination Match. It wasn’t Big Cass, whose Cinderella story came to an end early on after a Superman Punch from Roman Reigns, kick to the face from Seth Rollins and, finally, a Frog Splash from Kevin Owens knocked “Don Parmesan” out of the running.
It seemed, after a while, that Reigns had the bout in hand until Triple H stormed from the timekeeper’s area to throw a wrench in the whole thing. First, he Pedigreed Reigns — no surprise there — and fed him to Rollins. The Architect was all smiles, clearly believing The Game was gift-wrapping the win for his former protégé after Triple H brought a KO’d Owens into the ring to be finished off. Things quickly took a turn, however, when The Game laid Rollins out with a Pedigree of his own — big surprise there, especially to a gobsmacked Stephanie McMahon and Mick Foley — and all but handed The Architect’s prone body to Owens on a platter. In other words: Seth Freaking Rollins? Out. Kevin Yanick Owens? WWE Universal Champion.
WWE was as usual extremely busy SummerSlam weekend and besides the ESPN visit Seth did, he also had to attend a bunch of signings that took place! We’ve added the digitals for two of the signings to the gallery! One signing was a VIP only at the Barclay’s Center and the other was a special Make A Wish Event. We’ve also posted the Behind the Scenes Digitals, enjoy.
Videos: Finn Balor Relinquishes WWE Universal Title & Seth’s Entrance – Clip (WWE YouTube) Seth Rollins vs. Sami Zayn – Clip (WWE YouTube)
Seth Rollins def. Sami Zayn (To stay in the hunt for the WWE Universal Title)
Less than 24 hours after defeating Seth Rollins to become the first-ever WWE Universal Champion, Finn Bálor was forced to relinquish the title to Raw General Manager Mick Foley and Commissioner Stephanie McMahon, having suffered a right shoulder injury at The Architect’s hands during their historic clash. Unfortunately, Rollins cut Bálor’s hope for a clean exit short and wasted no time in attempting to cobble together a case for him to inherit the now-vacant championship.
The Architect certainly had company in that regard. Sami Zayn, Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens were quick to name themselves as worthy of a title opportunity, as did Roman Reigns and, surprisingly, Enzo Amore & Big Cass. Foley provided the solution, sanctioning four qualifying bouts for a match next week to determine a new Universal Champion. First up? Rollins and Zayn, and The Architect kicked things off in underhanded fashion, cheap-shotting Zayn while he was busy staring down Owens.
Give Seth Rollins this much: He does not let disappointment keep him down for long. The Architect stayed firmly in the running for the WWE Universal Championship by denying one of his would-be usurpers, Sami Zayn, in a singles match. The win landed Rollins a spot in a Fatal 4-Way for the title next week on Raw.
It was, ironically, a landing that cost Zayn the match — specifically, a bad one off a springboard that tweaked his ankle and gave Rollins an opening. Even a one-legged Zayn was surprisingly difficult pickings for The Architect (a sit-out, sunset flip powerbomb nearly ended the match), though having the Helluva Kick taken from him proved to be a handicap Zayn couldn’t surpass. A Pedigree spelled the end of a bout that was much closer than Rollins is likely willing to admit.
Videos: Seth Rollins vs. Finn Balor – Clip (WWE YouTube) Seth Rollins vs. Finn Balor – Full Match (Dailymotion – Standard/HD) Seth Rollins vs. Finn Balor – Full Match (WWE Network – 1080p Full HD)
Finn Balor def. Seth Rollins – For the WWE Universal Championship
Finn Bálor first stepped in a WWE ring as a Raw Superstar four weeks ago. Tonight at SummerSlam, he left the squared circle as the first WWE Universal Champion, defeating Seth Rollins with the Coup de Grace to capture the new title and building to a legacy of success that’s spanned Europe, Japan and NXT. Moments before history was made, Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon and General Manager Mick Foley unveiled the new WWE Universal Championship. And then the mind-games began as The Demon King stalked to the ring through a thick cloud of red smoke with a neon green tongue painted on his chest and a giant eye on his back.
Rollins could not get away from his opponent early on. Bálor blindsided him when the opening bell rang. When Rollins rolled to the outside to catch his breath, Bálor caught him with a senton over the top rope. He then began to target Rollins’ surgically repaired left knee. Bálor had Rollins reeling, until “The Man” powerbombed his opponent into the ringside barricade, flipping momentum entirely.
Seth was very busy promoting SummerSlam these past few days! He spent a day at ESPN HQ doing various videos for different segments and ESPN’s social media platforms. I’ve gathered all the videos right here for your viewing pleasure and just in case anyone missed one as it was a very busy day! And if anyone likes to save videos we should have links to downloadable versions of these soon; as well the screen-captures for these interviews are coming and there will be another post with those links for everyone.
His & Hers
ESPN His & Hers Segment (Alternate Video – Dailymotion)
Facebook Live Q&A With The Fans (Alternate Video – Dailymotion)
Videos: Seth Rollins Encounters Neville Backstage (WWE YouTube) Seth Rollins Reacts to The Demon’s Attack (WWE YouTube) Seth Rollins Meets the Demon King (WWE YouTube)
Seth Searches for the Demon King & Meets Him Face to Face In the Ring
If there’s one thing to be said about Seth Rollins, it’s that he can certainly talk the talk. And “The Man” certainly made a big show out of scouring the backstage area for Finn Bálor in an attempt to coax “The Demon King” persona into a fight before they battle for the WWE Universal Championship on Sunday. And even though he only took his quest to the ring under pressure from Mick Foley, The Architect certainly didn’t hold back in his second consecutive round of trash talk.
That is, until the Irishman revealed his infernal alter ego in full. And though Rollins didn’t tuck tail and run the second Bálor appeared in the ring, he certainly didn’t get the better of the transformed Superstar. The Demon King unloaded a series of kicks on his foe, and while Rollins dodged the Coup de Grâce, he was sent reeling from an over-the-top-rope dive all the same.
Videos: Seth Rollins Claims Balor is Disrespectful (WWE YouTube)
Seth’s Promo on Finn Balor
Seth doesn’t have a match live on Raw TV tonight but instead comes out for a short promo segment.
He is not impressed by Finn Balor’s demon “charade” and claims that he unlike Balor does not need to hide behind smoke and mirrors OR pomp and circumstance to make him look like he’s anyone else. Seth also says he is confident and knows his place in the company, which is right at the top.
He was also not impressed with Finn Balor getting right in his face last week on Raw and showing disrespect to Seth by talking to him like any ordinary person.
Seth says that when he wins the Universal Championship that in 200 years everyone will be talking about Seth Rollins riding in on his white horse, telling stories about how he slayed the beast, broke the face of the man who runs the place and how he conquered the Roman Empire. Getting passionate now Seth says he is the myth, the legend and the man and he will add another accolade to his list of accomplishments at SummerSlam.
Videos: Seth Rollins Confronts Finn Balor (WWE YouTube) Seth Rollins vs. Sami Zayn (WWE YouTube)
Seth “Interviews” Finn Balor
Finn Bálor has arrived, and all he has to do is get past Seth Rollins to become the first WWE Universal Champion. Rollins, of course, isn’t buying the hype, and he laid out a case for his own superiority under the caveats that he was the first of the two to achieve all of Bálor’s signature accomplishments. Bálor countered that he’s beaten no shortage of competitors who referred to themselves as “The Man,” and he was the only of the two of them to earn the Universal Title Match at SummerSlam, as Rollins was handed his own spot. That riled Rollins, but his attempts to sucker-punch the Irishman landed him a boot to the gut and a Pele Kick to the dome.
Seth def. Sami Zayn
Know this about Seth Freaking Rollins: He will not be humiliated twice in one night. After landing on the wrong end of a tussle with Finn Bálor, The Architect saved face in a one-on-one bout against Sami Zayn later in the night, though The Underdog from the Underground proved a tougher opponent than Rollins might have liked.
Riding off the confidence of having beaten Kevin Owens at WWE Battleground, Zayn rallied from nearly every big move Rollins threw his way. He seemingly had the bout won after he gritted his way to a late-game Blue Thunder Bomb, tightrope DDT and plancha to the outside. But The Architect’s last-second dodge of a Helluva Kick offered all the opening he needed, as Zayn bounced off the turnbuckle straight into the waiting embrace of a Pedigree. It marked a big win for Rollins on his road to SummerSlam, but it was probably closer than he hoped.
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