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Bray Wyatt def. Seth Rollins
Seth Rollins may never believe that Bray Wyatt is a “god,” but The Reaper of Souls cast The Architect down all the same in the opening match of the first-ever WWE Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view event, and he did so with absolute relish.

After weeks of absorbing insults — “blasphemy,” in his words — from Rollins, Wyatt seemed to enjoy getting in The Kingslayer’s head in the early goings of their long-brewing confrontation. The Reaper of Souls laughed off The Architect’s early attacks and dangled upside-down off the ring post, stopping Seth cold right as he was about to pounce. Wyatt only turned on the jets once Rollins had been good and duly unmanned, and once he did, The Eater of Worlds quickly looked like a “god” of the Old Testament variety. The Kingslayer was subjected to all manner of savagery, landing face-first on the steel steps before suffering a superplex off the top rope and an unorthodox maneuver that spiked him forehead first into the apron.

Alas, boxing with a self-proclaimed “god” turned out to be a bad move for The Man. While the ref attempted to peel Rollins off his foe, Wyatt jabbed The Architect in the eye with his thumb. Quite literally blinded by Wyatt’s power, Rollins was easy pickings for a Sister Abigail that put him down for three.

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9th July, 2017 by believeintheshield4ever

Published by Ash on July 10th, 2017
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Seth Rollins def. Curt Hawkins & In Ring Promo
Seth makes quick work of Hawkins this week on Raw, interrupting his polling methods and asking the crowd a question of his own. “Who here thinks Curt Hawkins needs to shut the hell up?”, Rollins asks of the crowd and then answering “good me too!” Seth knocks Hawkins flying with a massive right hand and a fired up King Slayer delivers a devastating big knee that gets him the 1-2-3 on a highly unprepared Hawkins.

Following the short lived match Seth delivers a promo aimed at Bray Wyatt where he says he embraces all of his sins and doesn’t hide them. Each mistake has made Seth the man he is today and he is perfectly at peace with that. He tells Bray that at Great Balls of Fire there will be a cleansing, but it will not be his own soul, but of Bray’s mystique, as Seth will prove that is NOT a god after all. Seth drops the mic dramatically and walks off, taking a glance back at his handiwork writhing outside the ring on the floor as he goes.

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Raw Digitals
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Match Video (Full) – Coming This Week

Published by Ash on July 4th, 2017
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Match Video (Full) – Coming This Week

Seth Rollins & Bray Wyatt – In Ring Segment

Bray Wyatt comes to the ring seemingly irritated at Seth Rollins for referring to him as a false prophet last week on Monday Night Raw. When Seth interrupts Wyatt’s rant though, he is extremely cheerful and happy that his verbal jab managed to get under Bray Wyatt’s skin so easily. Seth claims he said what he did because it’s the truth. He says Bray Wyatt drinks too much of his own kool aid and doesn’t like to hear the truth. Bray Wyatt seems equally amused by Seth’s brash comments and says that Seth’s pride will be his downfall. Wyatt comments that Seth is “just oozing all over the place” (referring to his confidence) and part way through his reply he briefly disappears, leaving Seth looking for a surprise attack. The attack doesn’t come and the eater of worlds appears on the tron, eerily saying that Seth may have slayed the king, but gods never die. He says Seth will have to give into his fear as the segment ends.

Published by Ash on June 13th, 2017
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Seth Rollins vs. Samoa Joe (Main Event) – Clip
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Samoa Joe def. Seth Rollins

Following the aftermath of Extreme Rules, Seth was on the war path once again. He fearlessly barges in on a debate backstage between General Manager Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe. Seth declares that he is not afraid of anybody, he has no problem beating Samoa Joe again tonight because he has done so before. Seth even dismisses the “Eater of Worlds”, Bray Wyatt, labeling him as a false prophet. General Manager Angle enjoys Seth’s match idea and happily allows the two to face each other in the Main Event of Raw.

Fearless Seth definitely gets his rear end handed to him at the beginning of the match. He gets rag-dolled into the corner by Joe and kneed in the stomach, thrown viciously into the ringside barricade and pounded down before the commercial break. Through all the punishment though, a defiant Rollins keeps re-entering the match with an unknown amount of energy (seriously where does he store it?). He even manages to pick up Samoa Joe to gather some offense. As Seth gains momentum and goes up for his trademark Phoenix Splash, none other than Bray Wyatt’s entrance video interrupts us all. The distraction proves dangerous for Seth as he gets wrapped up tight by Samoa Joe in the Coquina Clutch, and this draws the match to a close.

Published by Ash on June 6th, 2017
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4th June, 2017 by believeintheshield4ever


Rollins Comments on the Fatal Five Way (Before Extreme Rules) – Clip

Samoa Joe def. Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Finn Balor & Bray Wyatt (To Become #1 Contender)

After many weeks we finally have a number one contender, Samoa Joe. A true wreck from the start this match quickly turned into Bray Wyatt and Samoa Joe vs. Everyone. The terrible two wrecked everyone in sight with a set of the steel stairs from the ring. Seth kept battling back into the fray diving each way onto his opponents, but gets shut down with a DDT on the steel steps by Bray Wyatt. The devastating blow would effect Seth for a while as Roman spears Finn Balor & company through the barricade. Seth soon releases he’s the only man left standing in the ring and he devises a plan to destroy Bray Wyatt. Seth flies off the ring post with frog-splash through the announce table.

Immediately Seth holds his knee painfully as it took much of the force of his landing. Once he struggles to his feet, he releases he’s directly across from a battered, bloody nosed Roman. The two stare each other down before limping back to the ring. There the two get more fired up as they stand face to face. The fist swinging starts and Seth appears to be getting the upper-hand before he creates some distance, and then gets KO’d with a massive punch. The match gets extremely scattered from there with Rollins giving a massive buckle bomb to Reigns, kicking out of a sister Abigail, and avoiding pinfall attempt after pinfall attempt.

Unfortunately, as Samoa Joe wraps Finn Balor up like pretzel, he gets the submission and we leave Extreme Rules with Seth holding his knee painfully after taking his shoe off outside the ring.

Published by Ash on June 5th, 2017
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Rollins vs. Reigns (Main Event) – Clip
Match Video (Full) – Coming This Week

Roman Reigns def. Seth Rollins
Seth Rollins may have slayed a King, but toppling an empire might still be a little bit beyond his reach.
In Raw’s main event — and the final preliminary bout among Sunday’s Fatal 5-Way competitors — Rollins went head-to-head with Roman Reigns and found himself laid low in The Big Dog’s yard, giving Reigns a major boost of momentum as Sunday approaches.

In a reverse of fortune — given Reigns has been banged up the last few weeks — Rollins was forced to compete at less than 100 percent after The Big Dog landed a Drive-By that sent Seth ribs-first into the ring post. The Architect stayed in the fight on pure adrenaline, but Reigns had an answer every step of the way, rebounding from a buckle bomb with an instantaneous Superman Punch.
Rollins went high not once, but twice in an attempt to put Reigns away and may have done himself in in return, aggravating his ribs with an earth-shattering Frog Splash. That breathtaking move only netted Rollins two but kept Reigns down … at least until The Big Dog avoided a Phoenix Splash, narrowly dodged The Kingslayer’s knee to the face and landed a Spear for the win.

It was a rough way to treat a man Reigns once called his brother, but like Kurt Angle said all those weeks ago: In the race for the Universal Title, it’s every man for himself.

Published by Ash on May 30th, 2017
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Opening Segment
Match Video (Full) – Coming This Week

General Manager Angle Creates Number One Contenders Match
With WWE’s overseas tour completed and half the Raw roster clamoring for the first crack at Universal Champion Brock Lesnar, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle laid out the parameters for the battle that could change the course of the New Era itself: It will be Roman Reigns, Finn Bálor, Seth Rollins, Bray Wyatt and Samoa Joe in a first-time-ever, every-man-for-himself Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way to determine who will challenge The Beast Incarnate for the title.

Moments after The Olympic Hero made his announcement, all of the aforementioned Superstars arrived to confront each other in Raw’s opening moments, and they didn’t waste any time attempting to get a leg up on their opponents — in Rollins’ case, literally: In the ensuing fracas, The Kingslayer landed a blow on Joe’s knee that sent him limping up the ramp, though it was Bálor who ended the fray with an over-the-top-rope plancha to Reigns and Rollins on the outside.

Seth Rollins def. Bray Wyatt (DQ Due to Samoa Joe Interfering)
There aren’t many more effective ways to rile up Seth Rollins than by calling him “gutless,” but that’s exactly what Bray Wyatt did in advance of their first-ever singles match in Raw’s main event, and The Kingslayer was out to make sure The New Face of Fear would regret it. Rollins won the match … but not in the way he would have liked.

Rollins put Wyatt on his heels almost immediately in the show-closing clash, forcing The Reaper of Souls to fight from underneath and wear The Architect down with his unorthodox, punishing offense. Rollins hung in tough, escaping Sister Abigail and swooping down on Bray outside the ring with a cross body, at which point Samoa Joe stormed in from the crowd and attacked The Kingslayer as payback for injuring his knee earlier in the night.

The Samoan Submission Machine’s interference didn’t sit well with the disqualified Wyatt, who suckered Joe into a tentative alliance before hitting Sister Abigail on the unsuspecting big man. The Eater of Worlds then turned his attention to Rollins, also administering the maneuver to The Kingslayer.

So, this is where we leave five of Team Red’s top Superstars: Primed to clash in the first-ever Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way match in a battle that could potentially reshape the New Era with an opportunity to challenge Universal Champion Brock Lesnar at stake. With it being every man for himself, there will truly be nowhere to run.

Published by Ash on May 16th, 2017
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Seth Rollins Rehab Continues – Full Video (WWE YouTube)
Philly Phrenzy – Full Ride Along Episode (WWE Network HD)
Philly Phrenzy – Full Ride Along Episode (Alternate Link Dailymotion)

Seth Rollins Rehab – Video Package
Since he is still currently re-injured Seth was not at Raw tonight, but has been actively rehabbing in hopes of performing at WrestleMania once more. The WWE aired a brief video package featuring Seth rehabbing his injured need in various physical therapy activities. Seth states in the video that rehabbing is a full time for him and if you are comfortable during rehab you aren’t working hard enough. Furthermore, he wants this WrestleMania return more than anything, so he has nothing else to do other than rehab and working hard.

Ride Along
Following Raw, the Ride Along episode featuring Seth and Cesaro called Philly Phrenzy made air on the WWE Network. Highlights of the show included Seth and Cesaro answering a few low key fan questions (about pet peeves, zombies, hairdos and more), Seth’s bag getting forgotten at Raw, and discussions of coming up in NXT.

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Seth Rollins vs. Sami Zayn – Match Clip (WWE YouTube)
Match Video (Full) – Coming This Week

Seth Encounters Mick Foley Backstage
Seth is getting ready for a match and wrapping his wrists when he encounters Raw GM Mick Foley. Mick looks sullen and Seth immediately attributes the GM’s expression to Mick having just finished a phone call with Stephanie McMahon. Mick informs Seth that he will be facing Sami Zayn in a match tonight on Raw. A confused Seth inquires about why he is facing Zayn when they were just partners the previous week. Mick Foley repeats that the Rumble is every man for himself and Stephanie wishes that each Rumble spot be earned. Then comes the bombshell, if Zayn wins the match he will receive Seth’s rumble slot. A determined Rollins thinks the situation is funny and is confident that he will not be sitting this WrestleMania out.

Sami Zayn def. Seth Rollins (Seth Rollins loses his Rumble spot to Sami)
The mantra of this year’s Royal Rumble Match is “Friend vs. Friend, Foe vs. Foe, Every Man For Himself.” That was put to the test on Raw, where Seth Rollins and Sami Zayn — two guys who, if not friends per se, certainly don’t have beef — went head-to-head over The Architect’s Royal Rumble Match opportunity. It was a stipulation arranged by Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon … and sealed, in part, by her husband.

Zayn turned in a strong performance, though he struggled to close the deal against Rollins down the stretch of the contest. Fortunately for him, the sound of Triple H’s theme song stopped The Architect in his tracks. Rollins, who has been chasing The Game since his former mentor cost him the WWE Universal Title, immediately turned his focus to the stage, and Zayn reacted quickly with a small package. The darndest thing about all this? Triple H never even showed up. And now, Rollins’ Road to WrestleMania just got that much more uncertain. Your move, Rollins. (This Paragraph is credit WWE.com)

Seth Stalks Around Backstage
An understandable angry Rollins is storming through the backstage area yelling for Triple H and declaring “somebody knows something around here!” When he hears his name called, he turns to face Mick Foley once again. Mick claims to know nothing of the swerve tonight that cost Seth his match. Seth continues to yell and scream then storms off camera. Mick Foley tries to say he’ll get to the bottom of the situation (in a very unbelievable way).

Published by Ash on January 24th, 2017
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Brock Lesnar Confronts Rumble Participants – Opening Segment (WWE YouTube)
Zayn Tries to Fire Up Roman & Seth – Backstage Segment (WWE YouTube)
JeriKO & Strowman vs. Seth, Roman & Sami – Match Clip (WWE YouTube)
Tag Match Video (Full)
Opening Segment & Locker Room Backstage Segment (Full)

The Royal Rumble Competitors Meet Again
With the Royal Rumble just two weeks away and the ranks of the Rumble Match itself starting to fill up, Raw began with the biggest meeting yet of potential favorites to prevail in the manic match. What began as an address from recently dethroned United States Champion Roman Reigns quickly turned tense with the arrival of WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens, current U.S. Champion (and new Grand Slam Champion) Chris Jericho, Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman and, finally, Brock Lesnar.

But it was the sudden return of Sami Zayn — taken out by Strowman two weeks ago — that lit the proverbial fuse on the whole thing, instigating an all-out brawl. And Lesnar ultimately had the last word in said brawl when he stormed the ring and annihilated Rollins and Zayn (Strowman opted out of a fight) before delivering one last F-5 to Reigns.

(Main Event Match, Braun Strowman & Jeri-KO def. Seth Rollins, Sami Zayn & Roman Reigns)

Both squadrons of Raw’s six-man main event spent the lead-up the match planning for the long game in the Royal Rumble Match (Sami Zayn even attempted a Shield fist bump), but the lingering lesson of the bout may well be that the 30-man melee is, at heart, anyone’s game. The bout broke down before the bell even rang and continued to do so at various intervals throughout the contest, with Roman Reigns often taking the worst of the punishment from Jeri-KO (KO in particular) and Braun Strowman.

Seth Rollins gave his team some relief by beating back Jericho and helping chop Strowman down to a knee with Reigns, but unfortunately, even a weakened Strowman was too much for legal man Zayn — The Monster Among Men snuffed out Sami’s Helluva Kick attempt and won the match with a Runnng Powerslam. But when he tried to put Sami Zayn through the announce table, Rollins and Reigns came to the rescue, instigating a massive brawl that ended with Owens powerbombing Reigns through the announce table. The Rumble Match may be anybody’s game, but as far as the WWE Universal Title Match goes? For now, it’s advantage: Owens.

Published by Ash on January 17th, 2017
Filed in Digital Photos, Gallery Additions, Monday Night Raw, Results and Photos, Screen Captures

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