WWE Bad Blood (RESULTS)

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WWE Bad Blood (RESULTS)

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OPENING MATCH
VADER vs. KEN SHAMROCK



TALE OF THE TAPE :
Vader has been hyping himself up as The Mastodon has been on a roll, lately. His attitude has been rather arrogant, so Ken Shamrock has stepped up to the plate to try and bring him back down to reality. Will Ken Shamrock deflate Vader’s ego, or will Vader once again make a statement as a dominant big man?

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At the opening bell, Vader appeared to dominate with his strength, tossing Ken Shamrock back from delivering irish whips and catching every strike that Shamrock threw at him. Shamrock began to go to the big man’s legs to weaken him down.

After a while it looked apparent that Ken Shamrock was starting to gain momentum, but as he went to deliver a Belly To Belly suplex, one of his trademarks that he is known for, Vader countered it with an eye rake. This quickly threw Shamrock off guard, causing Vader to scoop slam Shamrock and hit a Vader Bomb from the second rope.

Shamrock hardly kicked out, but somehow had built up enough momentum to drop the big man with a drop toe hold before locking him in the Ankle Lock. After a moment of fighting the pain, Big Vader made it into the ropes for a rope break.

As Shamrock broke the hold, Vader climbed to his feet, ducking a clothesline from The Worlds Most Dangerous Man. As Shamrock turned around he was greeted with a military press slam before being lifted to his feet and dropped on his neck/back with a Vader Sault. This helped The Mastodon secure the three count and a victory in the opening bout.


WINNER : VADER
MATCH HIGHLIGHT : KEN SHAMROCK KICKING OUT OF THE VADER BOMB



WWE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
THE ROAD WARRIORS vs. THE NEW AGE OUTLAWS(c.)



TALE OF THE TAPE :
D-Generation X has been on a roll lately, dominating the WWE since they’ve reunited. Through dirty tactics and playing the strength in numbers card to their advantage, they have been unstoppable. Lately, The New Age Outlaws have been humiliating The Road Warriors every chance they get. The Road Warriors now look to have the last laugh by dethroning Road Dogg and Billy Gunn of their Tag Team Championship.

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This match was between two rival teams. Both eager to outdo the opposing team and the match showed it.

As it went on for a while, both teams struggled early to maintain complete dominance. When one team had finally gotten the upper hand, it was on the end of The Age Outlaws coming from a spike piledriver on Animal. Hawk wouldn’t let this be the end of the Road Warriors journey though, and quickly made a save before the three count.

The match continued, and after taking a beating in ring for a while, Animal finally made the tag to his fresh partner. As Hawk came into action, he quickly turned the tide of the match up, delivering a few clotheslines to Billy Gunn before taking him down with a shoulder tackle. It looked like The Road Warriors would walk away with the Tag Team Championships at this point, but a save from The Road Dogg, kept the match in play.

In was at this time that the Tag Team Champions felt their titles slowly slipping away and began resorting to underhanded tactics. After making the tag to Road Dogg, Billy Gunn at one point had slid a chair into the ring and attempted to distract the referee. This was quickly broken down by Animal who took the chair away and tossed it outside the ring, firing a couple rights into The Road Dogg. Hawk tried to roll Billy Gunn up for the pinfall, but Road Dogg made the save.

As both teams continued to fight, it was apparent that the Tag Team Champions would not play fair and after kicking out of a Fameassour, Billy Gunn grew frustrated, dropping Road Warrior Hawk with a swinging neck-breaker before collecting the pin fall via dirty pin in the ropes. The New Age Outlaws were recieved with an onslaught of boos as they left Bad Blood with the Tag Team Championship belts still intact.

WINNERS : NEW AGE OUTLAWS
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS : ANIMAL MAKING THE SAVE ON HIS PARTNER FROM A CLOSE CALL/KICK OUT OF THE FAMEASSOUR



LEGENDS CLASH
HOLLYWOOD HULK HOGAN vs. ULTIMATE WARRIOR


TALE OF THE TAPE : Two legends look to face off and put an end to who is the better competitor. Hollywood Hulk Hogan has been ambushing and blindsiding the Ultimate Warrior in the past recent weeks as there is speculation that another formation of The New World Order is on the rise. If this were to happen, Hogan might not be able to be stopped as a newly formed NWO faction could bring him closer to and possibly capturing the WWE Championship.

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This match was by far exactly what it was titled, a clash of two legends. Neither man could get the upper-hand and this match was back and forth the whole way. It was truley a show of strength as both men tied up and couldn’t seem to gain an advantage through facelocks and working holds.

Eventually both men started working in their arsenal of power moves and it soon became a mat slamming clinic for tosses, body slams, suplexes and press slams. Hollywood Hogan would eventually hit a big boot to Warriors face and go for the pin in which Warrior would kick out of a near fall three count.

Warrior rose to the occasion and gained a second wind, but this wouldn’t last long as a second Big Boot was delivered to Ultimate Warrior.Sure to keep him down, Hogan would follow this up with a Hollywood Leg Drop. The pinfall wasn’t a success as the Warrior somehow managed to kick out before the referee could slap his hand to the mat a third time.

Growing angry Hogan picked Ultimate Warrior up and a push off from the Warrior would see the official fall to the mat and become unconscious. Hogan used this to his advantage delivering a low blow to the Ultimate Warrior, before pulling off his belt and beginning to choke the Ultimate Warrior unconscious.

When the official gained consciousness, Hollywood had Warrior in a sleeper hold. As his hand was checked on the third drop, The Ultimate Warrior managed to keep his arm up avoiding a TKO. It was too little to late as Hulk Hogan followed this up with a scoop slam and a second Hollywood Leg Drop to secure a win.

WINNER : HOLLYWOOD HULK HOGAN
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS : THE ULTIMATE WARRIORS RESILIENCY


After the match, Big Daddy Kool would come out to raise the Hulksters hand in victory. It had looked as if there was a New World Order reunion on the rise, but as Hollywood began to punish Ultimate Warrior with the whipping of his weight lifting belt, post-match, it was Diesel delivering a big boot to Hulk Hogan’s face, stopping the beatdown. Diesel then delivered a huge Jackknife powerbomb to Hogan before leaving the ring to a huge applause from the WWE audience.


WWE UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP
Last Man Standing Match
PRINCE ALBERT vs. DIAMOND DALLAS PAGE(c.)


TALE OF THE TAPE : It is a mystery as to what Prince Albert’s problem is with Diamond Dallas Page. One thing is for sure, he wants to take the United States Championship from Page in hopes that it might teach DDP that he is not cut out for the wrestling business. In recent weeks he has tried to cause injury to Page and put him on the shelf. Page has simply told Prince Albert to either put up or shut up.

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At the start of the match, furious to Prince Albert’s antics the past few weeks, DDP started to take it out on Albert instantly with a barrage of blows, irish whips and stomps into the corner. It was clear that he was aiming to be the last man standing. After a couple more running lariats, Prince Albert had reversed a punch from DDP and slammed him to the mat, giving Prince Albert the much needed break that he was unable to get since the match start.

Albert used this time to go outside the ring and grab a steel chair. Before he could return into the ring, DDP rolled out of the other side of the ring and ran around ringside, leveling Albert with a clothesline as he stood up after retreiving the chair. Once again, Diamond Dallas Page had the upper hand.

The rest of the match quickly became a brawl outside the ring filled with chair shots, turnbuckle post smashes and pummles against the barricade. After a spinning powerbomb onto the ringside floor, DDP felt he had done enough damage to Albert and allowed the official to start the count. The victory would not come as Prince Albert answered the count at eight!

DDP had no intention of losing his title as he picked up the steel chir, smashed Albert in the stomach with it before dropping it and driving Alberts head into with a DDT. While Prince Albert laid outside the ring and the official counted, DDP began setting up a table.

As Prince Albert started to attempt a stand, Diamond Dallas Page wouldn’t take the chance and quickly broke the count. He lifted Albert up and executed a Diamond Cutter, causing Albert to hit his chin against the edge of the table. This proved to be enough to put Prince Albert out for the count, causing Diamond Dallas Page to retain his championship.

WINNER : DIAMOND DALLAS PAGE
MATCH HIGHLIGHT : DIAMOND CUTTER AGAINST THE TABLE


DDP’s victory was short lived as Goldberg jumped the barricade and speared DDP into the barricade, making a point to announce simply that “He’s Here and Diamond Dallas Page is next”! Goldberg stood over DDP and held the United States Championship into the air, before dropping it over him and hopping the barricade once more, leaving the arena the same way he entered to a very negative reaction.



CLASH OF THE CRAZIES
Hell In A Cell
CACTUS JACK vs. BRAY WYATT


TALE OF THE TAPE : [/b]Bray Wyatt and the rest of The Wyatt Family wants to rid WWE of their heroes and legends. He has set his goal on taking one of the most iconic hardcore legends out in recent weeks and will stop at nothing. Mick Foley is one tough customer and even through all of Wyatt’s mind games and tricks, he has not folded nor has he let Wyatt get the upper-hand.

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The match started as brutal as you would think it would, involving Cactus Jack and Bray Wyatt. Both men seemed at their most sinister wanting to put each other through hell. It quickly turned into a chair swinging festival as Cactus Jack knocked Bray Wyatt down, leaving the ring and grabbing a chair.

Bray Wyatt seemed to get the upper hand of this after a few vile chair shots.Bray Wyatt attempted to do even more damage as he wedged the chair into the turnbuckles and attempted an irish whip, which was countered. This caused Bray to smash his head against the chair in the corner instead of Cactus Jack. After a near fall from Cactus Jack, the arena began uprising with Foley Is God chants.

Hyping Cactus Jack up, he brought the fight outside the ring, slinging Wyatt into the cell every chance he could. Outside the ring it was back and forth, until they broke out of the cell and began to fight ringside, smashing each other against the announce table and barricade.

Once Bray Wyatt had knocked Cactus Jack down from smashing him into the outside of the cell wall, he climbed the cell with more sinister intentions, inviting Cactus Jack to join him in battle on top of the steel structure.

As the two battled they put each other through hell. Wyatt executed a Sister Abigail onto the cell roof fence. He attempted to throw Cactus Jack off to the announce table below, but Cactus fought back and executed a Stump Pulling Piledriver through the roof of the cell, causing both men to land into the ring below.

After both men lay motionless for a while, Cactus Jack rolled over and made a pin for the three count.


WINNER : CACTUS JACK
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS : SISTER ABIGAIL ON THE CELL ROOF, STUMP PULLING PILEDRIVER THROUGH THE HELL IN A CELL.

After the match, both men lay in the ring. As if the carnage Cactus Jack endured wasn’t enough, as the Hell In A Cell began to raise, the lights went out for a moment. When the lights came back on, the rest of The Wyatt Family was beating Cactus Jack down. Cactus fought back, but the strength in numbers was too much for The Hardcore Legend. Luke Harper dropped him with a Discus clothesline. An exhausted Bray Wyatt staggered to his feet repeating, “Bring Him Here”!

Bray delivered a Sister Abigail to Cactus Jack as The Wyatt Family posed over a beaten Mick Foley to a displeasing reaction from the crowd.



WWE INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP
DOLPH ZIGGLER vs. CHRIS JERICHO(c.)



TALE OF THE TAPE :
Chris Jericho states that he is the best. Weither it be in the ring or on the microphone. With great arrogance, he issued an open challenge weeks ago in which Dolph Ziggler has answered. In the weeks prior to Bad Blood, the two have had some great non-title matches. Dolph has really proved his worth lately, but Chris Jericho is still not a beleiver. With the title on the line, Dolph looks to show that he is more then just a name in the business.

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This match was the most physical of the night. Both men started out with technical moves and the pace was wicked fast. Chain grapples led in the beginning, but soon it was Chris Jericho getting the upper hand and he would dominate for half of the match, leaving Ziggler with a test of will so to speak.

Jericho had locked Dolph Ziggler into the Walls of Jericho for what seemed to be forever, but eventually Dolph Ziggler reached the ropes, causing the hold to be broken. Jericho tried to seize the moment by hitting a Code Breaker, this was countered by Ziggler as he knocked Jericho away and locked him in a Jumping DDT.

Ziggler went for a fall here, but even with the Jumping DDT, Chris Jericho still hadn’t taken nearly as much damage as Ziggler had and the pin was unsuccessful. Wanting to match wits with Y2J, Ziggler istantly went for a sleeper hold, which Jericho would counter in the end.

The two went on to fight with that quick paced back and forth action we had seen in the beginning, but in the end, a countered Zig Zag followed by a Codebreaker would keep Ziggler down for the three count, giving Chris Jericho a successful title defense.

WINNER : CHRIS JERICHO
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS : DOLPH ZIGGLERS WILL TO NOT GIVE UP IN THE WALLS OF JERICHO, THE WICKED QUICK PACE OF THE MATCH



WWE CHAMPIONSHIP
Hell In A Cell
RIC FLAIR vs. HHH (c.)

TALE OF THE TAPE : HHH has established DX as the most dominant force in the WWE once again. Regaining the WWE Championship and helping The New Age Outlaws gain the Tag Team Championship due to interference, they have left the WWE uneasy. Ric Flair was named number one contender, causing discomfort to the WWE Champion. HHH has been ruthlessly looking to destroy The Nature Boy, as DX has been ganging up on him every chance they get. His plan is to tarnish Ric Flair’s legacy. With the odds against Ric Flair, he is fighting a losing battle by himself as HHH made it a point to note that, “maybe the dirtiest player in the game has screwed so many people over in his time that there is nobody to have his back”.

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The match started as your typical clash of a main event, both men struggling back and forth with tie up grapples neither wanting to give the other the upper-hand. After a while, it was “the dirtiest player in the game”, Ric Flair taking the advantage with a rake to the eyes of HHH.

For a while, Ric Flair had the ball in his court, executing a lot of moves to work the legs of HHH in hopes that if he were to lock in The Figure Four it would leave the game weak. Flair even used a chair to his advantage to weaken the leg by smacking it against HHH’s knees. Flair was going for the big time career ender by putting HHH’s leg into the chair, but this is where HHH would fight for his life avoiding this at all costs.

After a counter and a running knee lift, an angered HHH began to mirror what Flair had recently did as he too began working The Nature Boy’s legs. This match quickly became very technical for both men as they continued back and forth, softening each others limbs.

Flair eventually got the upper hand again, locking in The Figure Four Leglock. It took a moment, but HHH would eventually power out and kick Flair away. Flair would not stop and was quickly on the attack again, but a couple counter strikes from HHH had threw Flair off his game. HHH delivered a well needed piledriver, followed by a spinebuster.

Taking a moment to recover, HHH lifted Flair to his feet and threw him out of the ring. This is where the two began to use the Cell to their advantage. Tossing each other up against the chain link fence, time and time again.

After rolling Flair back into the ring, HHH looked to end the match by delivering a Pedigree. Although The Game hit his finisher, it wasn’t enough to keep The Nature Boy down for the count, causing the match to continue.

HHH in disbelief would then turn to an old friend, by going outside the ring and retrieving a sledge hammer. Flair would fend this off for a moment as the two would begin a back and forth battle again.

Flair would attempt a Figure Four once more, but it was denied by HHH. Growing tired and wanting to put a finish to the match, Flair would grab the sledgehammer from the mat and take a crack at HHH. This turned out to be a bad move as The Game countered the swing and hit Ric Flair with a Pedigree, driving him face first onto the sledgehammer, busting The Nature Boy open.

Exhausted HHH would make the cover and retain his championship via pinfall.

WINNER : HHH
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS : PEDIGREE ON THE SLEDGEHAMMER FOR THE VICTORY FROM HHH

Bad Blood would end it’s night with HHH celebrating his victory in the ring, raising the WWE Championship high into the air with one arm as Flair remained beaten and exhausted on the mat. The ending video package then begins to play, showing the highlights through the night.

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