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By Richard Trionfo on 2014-08-15 22:00:47
We are in Seattle, Washington and your announcers are Michael ‘Crane’ Cole and John ‘Latte’ Layfield.

We start off with MizTV and Miz brings his moneymaker with him to the ring. He shakes hands with the people on the way to the ring and then he uses Purell to clean his hands.

Miz thanks everyone and he welcomes everyone to MizTV. He calls himself ‘The Talk of the Town’. Miz continues to thank everyone. Sunday is SummerSlam and it will be in a city of A Listers and VIPs, people with whom Miz can relate. Miz tells everyone to sit down and close your eyes and imagine the excitement that the City of Angels will have when Miz successfully defends the Intercontinental Championship. Miz says that we can talk all day about the moneymaker, but he is feeling charitable and he wants to give back. Miz says that he wants to mentor some of the younger members of the WWE Universe. Miz brings out Roman Reigns.

Reigns makes his way to the ring and he sits down with the Miz.

Miz welcomes Roman to the show. He says that Roman has been impressive of late. He is even Miz’s mother’s favorite wrestler. On Sunday, Roman will be in the ring with one of the most dangerous Superstars. He asks Roman if he is nervous.

Roman starts to talk but Miz interrupts and says that if Roman fails, he will be known as a guy who wears a vest with a nice smile and great hair. You will be known as a guy who was once on MizTV. Are you ready to know that you were so close to Superstardom but could not rise to the occasion?

Roman starts to talk again and Miz interrupts and he says that he knows that Roman wants to look to him for advise.

Miz says that he is one of the few Superstars who have been in movies.

Reigns punches Miz and Miz is knocked out of the ring.

Roman says that a guy in a vest with great hair and a pretty smile put you on your ass.

Miz goes up the ramp and to the back.

Roman says that Randy Orton is known as the Viper, but it is for a damn good reason. With that attitude, he has won many championships and Reigns says that he respects that. That gives Randy every reason to respect him when he beats him at SummerSlam.

We go to commercial.

Match Number One: Dean Ambrose versus Cesaro

Cesaro with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Ambrose with a knee to the midsection and then he sends Cesaro into the turnbuckles. Ambrose with jabs followed by a punch and then he runs his forearm against the bridge of Cesaro’s nose. Cesaro with a punch followed by a European uppercut and boot. Cesaro with a punch followed by a short arm clothesline and kicks.

Ambrose with punches but Ambrose with a shoulder tackle. Ambrose tries for a cross body but Cesaro catches him. Ambrose gets to his feet and he clotheslines Cesaro over the top rope to the floor. Ambrose with a pescado and then he punches Cesaro. Ambrose rolls Cesaro back in and he punches Cesaro in the corner. Cesaro with a knee to the midsection and then he sends Ambrose shoulder first into the ring post.

Cesaro rolls to the floor and he suplexes Ambrose to the floor as we go to commercial.

We are back and Cesaro with a reverse chin lock. Ambrose with elbows but Cesaro with a running European uppercut in the corner. Cesaro with jabs to Ambrose but Ambrose with pucnehs of his own. Ambrose with a back drop that sends Cesaro over the top rope to the floor. Ambrose with a suicide dive.

Ambrose goes up top but Cesaro with a punch to stop him. Cesaro goes for the gorilla superplex but Ambrose bites Cesaro’s nose. Ambrose with a boot and tornado DDT and Ambrose gets a near fall. Ambrose with a double underhook but Cesaro escapes. Cesaro sends Ambrose into the ropes with a boot but Ambrose bounces back but misses a clotheslines. Cesaro with a clothesline and he gets a near fall. Ambrose with an elbow and he tries for another tornado DDT but Cesaro counters and hits a pop up European uppercut for a near fall.

Cesaro with a front face lock but Ambrose with an inside cradle for a near fall. Cesaro gets Ambrose on his shoulders for a Burning Hammer and he gets a near fall. Cesaro tries to pull of the bandage but Ambrose is sent into the ropes with a kick and he bounces off and hits a clothesline for a near fall.

Cesaro with a waist lock and Ambrose with a standing switch. Cesaro with a standing switch as well. Ambrose and Cesaro with elbows and then Ambrose hits the Dean Driver for the three count.

Winner: Dean Ambrose

After the match, Seth Rollins’ music plays and he makes his way to the stage with his briefcase and a mic.

Seth tells Dean that on Sunday at SummerSlam, they finally go one on one in a lumberjack match. It was the match of Dean’s chosing. Twenty other Superstars who don’t like them very much will surround the ring and ensure that if either of them try to run and hide, in a birthday present or trunk of a car, one or all of the lumberjacks will throw them back into the ring.

Seth says that he will prove to everyone what he has known all along. He is the future and he is better than Dean. He is better than some lunatic fringe who does not care about his well being. He is better than some bipolar nutjob who should be locked away. He is better than some hellcat with rabies who was never his friend. Who was never his brother. Who he never gave a damn about in the first place.

We go to commercial.

Miz is walking in the back and Kane tells Miz that they need to talk. Miz asks if there is nothing sacred any more. He says that he put Roman on his show to teach him a valuable lesson, but he tries to damage the moneymaker. That is how he makes millions. Some people don’t know the meaning of respect.

Kane agrees with Miz. Miz says that Reigns needs to be banned from MizTV. Miz starts to walk away and Kane tells Miz that he will be giving him and the moneymaker some more air time. He will be in a match against . . . Roman Reigns.

Match Number Two: Titus O’Neil (with Heath Slater) versus Dolph Ziggler

They lock up and Titus with a forearm in the corner. Ziggler holds the ropes and Titus charges at him and Ziggler drops down and Titus goes to the floor. Ziggler goes to the floor as Titus returns to the ring. Titus tries to get Ziggler on the floor but Ziggler gets back in the ring. Slater warns Titus about Ziggler’s speed.

Ziggler with a drop kick when Titus returns to the ring. Titus sends Ziggler into the corner and he kicks Ziggler. Titus sends Ziggler to the mat. Titus picks up Ziggler for a back breaker or two and then he tosses Ziggler aside. Titus barks and he gets a near fall.

Titus with an Irish whip and splash into the corner. Titus with forearms in the corner and the referee warns him. Ziggler with boots to Titus and both men are down. Ziggler with a flying clothesline followed by a drop kick and splash into the corner. Ziggler tries for the neck breaker but Titus sends Ziggler off the ropes and Titus with a boot for a near fall.

Titus picks up Ziggler and drops him over his head but Ziggler lands on his feet and Titus misses a charge into the corner when Ziggler moves. Ziggler with the Zig Zag for the three count.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler

After the match, Slater tries to discuss what went wrong for Titus.

We go to commercial.

We are back and we take a look at the sit down interview between Bray Wyatt and Chris Jericho from Raw.

Match Number Three: Mark Henry (with The Big Show) versus Luke Harper (with Erick Rowan)

They lock up and go to a stalemate. They lock up again and Harper backs Henry into the corner. Harper with a clean break. Harper with a kick and European uppercuts. Harper with uppercuts and a side head lock. Henry sends Harper over the top rope to the floor. Harper returns to the ring and he punches Henry. Harper with a chop but Henry with punches.

Henry with an Irish whip but Harper with a knee in the corner followed by a boot to the chest and Harper gets a near fall. Harper with a Garvin Stomp to Henry followed by a European uppercut to send Henry back to the mat. Harper with a reverse chin lock. Henry with punches to get out of the hold.

Henry with a clothesline and then he picks up Harper but Rowan comes in and he connects with a boot and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Mark Henry (by disqualification)

After the match, Big Show gets in the ring and Harper and Rowan leave the ring.

We go to commercial.

Match Number Four: Mark Henry and Big Show versus Luke Harper and Erick Rowan

The match is joined in progress and Show sends Harper to the mat and he applies an arm bar. Harper with a punch but Show with a back elbow and Harper goes to the mat. Show sends Harper into the corner for a Shhhhh chop. Harper goes across the ring and Show with another chop. Harper with a double thrust and uppercuts. Show grabs Harper by the throat but Harper escapes.

Show with an Irish whip and running butt splash in the corner followed by a shoulder tackle. Show sets for the choke slam but Harper goes to the floor. Show follows after Harper and Rowan with a clothesline that knocks Show down.

Harper with a double thrust to Show and they return to the ring and Harper with a forearm and kick. Rowan tags in and he kicks Show and connects with an elbow drop. Rowan gets a near fall. Rowan chokes Show in the ropes. Harper tags in and he Irish whips Rowan into Show in the corner and Harper with a super kick for a near fall.

Harper with a reverse chin lock and it appears that Show is losing consciousness but he gets back to his feet and he hits a belly-to-back suplex to get out of the hold and both men are down. Rowan and Henry tag in and Henry with a clothesline and shoulder tackle. Henry with a splash in the corner and Irish whip followed by another splash in the corner. Henry picks up Rowan and Show takes care of Harper’s attempted interference with a shoulder tackle. Show with a knockout punch to Rowan before Henry hits the World’s Strongest Slam for the three count.

Winners: Big Show and Mark Henry

We take a look back at the recent history between Brie Bella and Stephanie McMahon.

Michael Cole had a chance to interview Stephanie McMahon. Stephanie calls Brie a twig and stick and she says that she will throw her around. Stephanie says that Michael is going to try to do everything to get her off her game, but it was a poor attempt. She is not embarrassed. She is embarrassed that she has to lower herself to get into the ring with Brie. She will win at SummerSlam. It does not matter how long she has been out of the ring. She is at the top of her game and Brie will be sorry that she ever challenged her.

Match Number Five: AJ Lee versus Eva Marie in a Non Title Match

AJ goes after Eva and Eva gets to the ropes and the apron before AJ can do anything. Eva goes to the floor and AJ grabs her hair but Eva trips AJ and she falls on the apron. Eva gets a near fall. Eva tries to slap AJ but AJ blocks it and sends her to the mat. AJ with an Irish whip and splash into the corner. AJ with a neck breaker and she gets a near fall. AJ rips some of Eva’s extensions and AJ with a spin kick but when she is about to cover Eva, Paige’s music plays and time stands still.

Paige skips around the ring and AJ with a Thesz Press off the apron. AJ punches Paige and AJ sends Paige into the ringside barrier. AJ drives Paige’s head into the ringside barrier and that allows the referee to make the ten count.

Winner: Eva Marie (by count out)

After the match, Paige attacks AJ from behind and hits the Paige Turner.

We go to commercial.

Match Number Six: Jack Swagger (with Zeb Colter) versus Bo Dallas

They lock up and Swagger with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Bo with a knee to the ribs and he punches Swagger in the corner and connects with punches. Bo with a spear but Bo with a premature celebration and Swagger grabs the ankle and applies the ankle lock and Bo taps out.

Winner: Jack Swagger

After the match, Rusev interrupts Swagger’s post match celebration and he brings out his Russian flag and he plants it on the stage.

Lana says a flag match is symbolic of greatness. The winner of this match will have his country’s flag raised high above the ring. Lana says that Rusev will dedicate his victory to Vladimir Putin.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Bo Dallas said on the WWE App that he was reaching for the ropes. He was not taping out. Bo even showed everyone his maneuvers in the ring to get to the ropes. Bo says that he forgives him because everyone makes mistakes.

Michael asks John for his prediction at SummerSlam and John is picking Brock.

We see the Brock Lesnar and John Cena video package.

Match Number Seven: Roman Reigns versus Miz

They lock up and Reigns backs Miz into the corner and he teases a punch and Miz covers up. Miz with a waist lock and side head lock Miz pushes Reigns out of the corner and then Miz goes to the floor to regroup and argue with the referee and fans at ringside. Miz returns to the ring. They lock up and Miz with a wrist lock.

Miz with a kick and Reigns misses a clothesline. Miz with a punch to Reigns and Miz goes to the floor. Reigns follows and Miz misses a boot. Reigns pulls Miz to the floor and Reigns sends Miz into the ringside barrier a few times.

Reigns returns Miz to the ring but Miz goes to the apron and he drops Reigns on the top rope. Miz goes up top and tries for a double sledge but Reigns with a punch. Reigns kicks Miz but Miz with a kick to the knee when Reigns is pulled out of the corner.

Miz starts to work on the leg but Reigns pushes Miz to the mat. Miz blocks a kick and he drops down to hyper-extend the knee. Miz wrings Reigns’ leg into the ring post. Miz with a forearm and punch. Miz continues to work on the leg and he applies the figure four leg lock. Reigns escapes the hold but Miz with punches.

Miz tries for the figure four again but Reigns kicks Miz into the ring post. Reigns slowly gets back to his feet and he hits a Samoan Drop. Reigns cannot capitalize due to the figure four earlier. Reigns with a flying clothesline and then he hits a clothesline in the corner followed by a punch and Miz falls into the ropes for the Juggernaut Drop Kick.

Reigns signals for the Superman punch but Miz sees it coming and he goes to the floor. Miz has had enough and he goes up the ramp, but Dolph Ziggler appears on the stage. Miz turns around and Reigns with a Superman punch on the ramp and then Reigns with the spear for the three count.

Winner: Roman Reigns

We go to credits.

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