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Videos:
Seth vs. Owens – Match Clip (WWE YouTube)
Match Video (Full) – Coming This Week

Seth Rollins def. Kevin Owens (By DQ)
It’s official: The latter half of Jeri-KO has been knocked out of Raw’s United States Title clash. In a bout that could have potentially ensured Chris Jericho a 2-on-1 advantage over Roman Reigns, Kevin Owens’ brash temper got the better of him and it’s Seth Rollins who will have a free pass to ringside when his former brother goes to battle. Rollins was sitting pretty in the driver’s seat, taking the fight to the timekeeper’s area when he found himself on the verge of a double count-out. The Architect sprinted back to the ring to break the count, only Owens was lying in wait with ring bell in hand. The Prizefighter’s subsequent attack of Rollins’ ribs with said bell cost him the match, but given that Rollins was too banged-up to Pedigree KO after the match, The Architect’s assistance of Reigns may well not amount to much.

Published by Ash on January 3rd, 2017
Filed in Digital Photos, Gallery Additions, Monday Night Raw, Results and Photos, Screen Captures
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Published by Ash on January 3rd, 2017
Filed in Seth Polls
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Videos:
Main Event Tag Match – Clip (WWE YouTube)
Off-Air Fan Video (Twitter Video)
Match Video (Full) – Coming This Week

Seth Rollins/Roman Reigns def. Jeri-KO (DQ)
With Kevin Owens staring down a Roman Reigns title defense and Chris Jericho suffering full-on PTSD from his quick trip up the rafters in a shark cage, Jeri-KO should have been easy pickings for Seth Rollins & Reigns in the main event of Raw. And they probably would have been, if not for one word: BRAAAUUUUNNN!

The Gift of Destruction wasn’t apparently satisfied with just demolishing Sin Cara earlier in the night, crashing the main-event match and laying waste to both Reigns and Rollins, ending the match with a disqualification in the Shield veterans’ favor just as they were about to seal the deal against Jeri-KO. Once the match was over, Strowman perpetuated further physicality on a battered Rollins and finally punctuated his beating with a Running Powerslam to Reigns. The lesson: When he says “Or else,” you had better believe that.

Post-Raw
Following the on-air portion of Raw, Seth and Roman had some more fun by locking Jeri-KO in the shark cage that appeared in the opening Raw segment!

Published by Ash on December 20th, 2016
Filed in Digital Photos, Gallery Additions, Monday Night Raw, Results and Photos, Screen Captures
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Videos:
Seth Rollins def. Jericho – Clip (WWE YouTube)
Seth Rollins Post-Match Interview (WWE YouTube)
Match Video – Full
Match Video – WWE Network (Full HD)

Seth Rollins def. Chris Jericho
At Roadblock: End of the Line, Seth Rollins picked up a victory of pure retribution over Chris Jericho. Heading into their showdown, Jericho had cost Rollins the Universal Championship on three separate occasions. Yet, after the six-time World Champion left his best friend, Universal Champion Kevin Owens, at Roman Reigns’ mercy on Monday’s Raw, it appeared he would be forced to face The Architect without KO’s help.

Prior to the match, Rollins made it clear that he wanted Triple H and he would be going through Jericho to get to him. However, for the time being, he would need to focus every bit of his energy on the very dangerous opponent in front of him. The subsequent contest was a completely brutal back-and-forth, with both Superstars utilizing everything they had both inside and outside the ring. Jericho was in charge for much of the match. Yet, no matter what was thrown at him, Rollins refused to give in. Before long, the two Superstars were going shot for shot and finishing maneuver for finishing maneuver, including Rollins fighting his way out of not one, but two Walls of Jericho.

Then, in the height of the action, Kevin Owens suddenly emerged and climbed on the apron to cause a distraction. While it looked as if KO might have been making amends with his best friend, his efforts were met with angry screams from Jericho. Moreover, the commotion Owens paved the way for Rollins to hit the Pedigree for the three-count and put an end to the hard-fought contest.
With the huge win, Rollins not only achieved some payback, but moved one step closer to an inevitable showdown with The Game. Yet, as the WWE Universe would soon learn, the night was far from over for both Rollins and Jericho

Seth Rollins Helps Roman Reigns Take out Jericho & Owens
It seemed that Jericho and Owens’ friendship had reached the end of the line, but it became clear that Jericho, in a clever ruse, had delivered the DQ-inducing blow on purpose so his buddy could retain the title (in a match vs. Roman Reigns).

The two cohorts tried to get out of Dodge, but they were cut off at the pass by Seth Rollins, who proceeded to join up with Reigns to put both Jericho and Owens through two separate tables in classic Shield style. The savagery was undoubtedly satisfying for The Big Dog, but his journey to dethrone Owens is far from over.

Published by Ash on December 19th, 2016
Filed in Digital Photos, Gallery Additions, PPV, Results and Photos, Screen Captures
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Videos:
Tag Team Main Event – Triple Threat (WWE YouTube)
The Rollins Report – Clip (WWE YouTube)
Match Video (Full) – Coming This Week

The New Day def. Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho & Kevin Owens
With just a few hours to go before tying Demolition’s all-time Tag Team Title record, The New Day pulled out every last trick in the book to extend their reign as Raw Tag Team Champions.

No, this isn’t a cut-and-paste glitch: Getting sprayed with champagne made an irate Stephanie amenable to some last-minute machinations by Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns’ showing in a four-way brawl on “The Rollins Report” meant that ya boys had to defend their titles in yet another Triple Threat Match, this time against aspiring Tag Team Champions Jeri-KO and former Tag Team Champions Rollins & Reigns.

Got all that? Good. The long and short of it is that New Day are still champions by the skin of Francesca II Turbo’s brass skin, all thanks to Rollins. Jeri-KO was a count away from the titles after landing a Pop-up Codebreaker on Woods, until Rollins shoved Owens into Jericho to break up the pinfall, and then Jericho into Owens when the two started to bicker over the contact. Rollins administered a Pedigree to Jericho, then much like their first win of the night, Big E grabbed his ankle while Woods limply draped his arm over Jericho for the pin.

But wait, there was more: While Owens pleaded with Jericho to believe that he didn’t cost them the match on purpose, Reigns made his way to the ring and stared Owens down in preparation for a massive Spear. Seeing what was coming down the pike, Jericho took his leave and more or less left Owens to the mercy of The Big Dog, who ended the show posing with his United States Title and Owens’ WWE Universal Title. End of the line indeed.

Published by Ash on December 13th, 2016
Filed in Digital Photos, Gallery Additions, Monday Night Raw, Results and Photos, Screen Captures
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Videos:
Team SmackDown Meets Team Raw – Brawl (WWE YouTube)
Tag Team Match – Clip (WWE YouTube)
Tag Team Match (YouTube)
Match Video (Full) – Coming This Week

Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, Chris Jerico def. The New Day
Survivor Series is Sunday and the name of the game, ladies and gentlemen, is teamwork. After pitting various fractions of Raw’s Survivor Series teams against each other, Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon and General Manager Mick Foley saw at least one set of rivals put their differences aside to get a much-needed win. Good thing, too, as Stephanie promised “changes” for any partners who couldn’t get it together.

If there is one crew that does NOT possess The Power of Positivity, it is Seth Rollins, Chris Jericho and Braun Strowman. But that doesn’t mean they can’t win. The craftiest, nastiest and, well, brawniest members of Raw’s Men’s Survivor Series team managed to find unity against the record-setting Raw Tag Team Champions, leading to an impressive win over ya boys.

Perhaps the teams’ pre-match displays had clued the WWE Universe in to a different outcome — New Day hawked their merch in unison while their foes squabbled over scarves. But if anyone held out hope for New Day, it was dashed the second Strowman took out Big E and Kofi Kingston, leaving Xavier Woods to the mercy of his collected foes. A running powerslam from Strowman ended the match, but a Pedigree to Rollins from Jericho put an end to the victors’ partnership. At least until Sunday.

Published by Ash on November 15th, 2016
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Videos:
Seth Rollins Announced for Survivor Series Team (WWE YouTube)
Fatal Five-Way Match (WWE YouTube)
Opening Segment (Full Video)
Backstage Interview (Full Video)
Match (Full Video)

Seth Joins the Survivor Series Team & Kevin Owens pins Jericho to win the Fatal Five-Way Match
Can Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns coexist? Well, they’re gonna have to: The Architect was officially added to the assembled 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Men’s Elimination team alongside Reigns, Jeri-KO and Braun Strowman in Raw’s opening moments. Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon provided Rollins with “assurances” to lure him onto the team and tried to stoke the inter-show rivalry by implying Team Raw’s jobs were resting on the outcome of the match. But Owens and Jericho instead decided to poke and prod Rollins and Reigns relentlessly to keep them in line.

The former Shield brothers decided to whoop on their enemies in response, at least until Strowman took Rollins and Jericho out. Unwilling to lose her team to infighting, Stephanie gave the five Survivor Series team members a chance to work out their aggression in a Fatal 5-Way Match in Raw’s main event. That Kevin Owens won the Fatal 5-Way among Raw’s male Survivor Series competitors wasn’t necessarily surprising, per se — OK, given that Braun Strowman kind of wrecked everyone for 10 minutes, it was a little surprising. What’s surprising was who KO pinned to do it.

In a match that initially began with a Strowman rampage, it took the combined efforts of Jeri-KO, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to finally get The Gift of Destruction out of the ring. And at that point, Rollins & Reigns joined forces again to keep the big man at bay.

Jericho and Owens re-joined the fray just in time to break up a Shield-esque Double Powerbomb to Strowman, focusing their efforts on The Big Dog in particular. Rollins broke out the big move of the match by power-bombing Jericho through both a prone Strowman and the table beneath him, and very nearly won the match by Pedigreeing Jericho, but Owens stole the win in a most unusual way. After Owens had super-kicked Rollins out of the ring, Reigns clocked him with a Superman Punch, and The Prizefighter toppled onto his fallen buddy to inadvertently score the win. To be fair: Friends don’t let friends lose matches.

Published by Ash on November 8th, 2016
Filed in Digital Photos, Gallery Additions, Monday Night Raw, Results and Photos, Screen Captures
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Videos:
Seth Rollins Attacks Jericho & Owens (WWE YouTube)

Seth Rollins Interrupts Kevin Owens & Jericho
Following the DQ conclusion of Jericho vs. Reigns for the US Title, the Canadian duo laid a beat down on Roman Reigns in the ring. Angry Seth Rollins interrupted their party and decided to seek some revenge of his own – for Jericho’s involvement in his world title loss the previous evening.

Published by Ash on November 1st, 2016
Filed in Digital Photos, Gallery Additions, Monday Night Raw, Results and Photos
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Videos:
Seth Rollins vs. Kevin Owens – Clip (WWE YouTube)
Seth Rollins vs. Kevin Owens – Full Match (Dailymotion)

Kevin Owens def. Seth Rollins (with the help of Chris Jericho)
The Kevin Owens Show has survived its one-off episode in Hell to roll on for at least another night, as the WWE Universal Championship both arrived and left Boston in the clutches of The Prizefighter, while Seth Rollins was left empty-handed yet again. Though, to be entirely fair, the third-act twist wasn’t entirely due to the merits of The KO Show’s namesake, as a most unexpected guest star crashed the Cell.

In case you couldn’t guess, that was Chris Jericho, who made his presence felt after Rollins gritted and grounded his way into position to win the match. That in and of itself was a miracle after KO snuffed out Rollins’ early showing by targeting The Architect’s back, ripping off Rollins’ Kinesio tape before savaging him all across the cage. Rollins was able to keep himself in the fight, but when Owens accidentally blasted one of the officials in the face with a fire extinguisher, Jericho took advantage of the briefly open Cell door to lock himself inside and pocket the key.

Rollins quickly dispatched Jericho by sending him crashing into the Cell wall, but the mere presence of The Ayatollah of Rock ’n’ Rolla left him at an insurmountable disadvantage. Even though he was able to power through his brutalised back to powerbomb Owens through a pair of tables, he couldn’t stop Jericho from hauling the ref away before the pinfall could be counted. And, although he was able to briefly chase Jericho down, he wasn’t able to stop Jeri-KO from ultimately uniting and bringing two steel chairs into the match. And once Owens power bombed him through those two chairs with Jericho watching on, Rollins wasn’t able to do much of anything

Published by Ash on November 1st, 2016
Filed in Digital Photos, Gallery Additions, PPV, Results and Photos, Screen Captures
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Videos:
Seth Rollins vs. Chris Jericho & Kevin Owens – Triple Threat (WWE YouTube)
Seth Steals The List of Jericho (WWE Youtube)
Seth Steals The List Full Segment (Dailymotion)
Full Match Video (Dailymotion)

Seth Rollins def. Chris Jericho & Kevin Owens
Try though he did, Seth Rollins wasn’t able to tear Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho apart before the main event Triple Threat Match by stealing the “List of Jericho.” But he did one better and pinned both of them at the same time. Initially, things had been going swimmingly for the two best friends, who ganged up and teed off on the helpless Rollins. The Architect found himself set up on the top rope for a double-superplex, but Rollins simply slipped down the turnbuckle, executed a textbook double-powerbomb of Jericho and Owens, and pinned them both to the mat simultaneously.

He paid dearly for the feat, though, as Jeri-KO mugged The Architect after the match and threw him shoulder-first into the steel steps. Once Jericho had departed the stage and Owens was left atop the ramp by himself, Rollins struck back, fighting through security to initiate a brawl with the WWE Universal Champion. He paid dearly for that, too, as Owens seized control of Rollins and executed his patented apron powerbomb. Hell in a Cell awaits, and for all his bravado, Rollins goes into the match with a distinct disadvantage: Unlike Mick Foley in 1998, he’s already broken in half.

Published by Ash on October 25th, 2016
Filed in Digital Photos, Gallery Additions, Monday Night Raw, Results and Photos, Screen Captures

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