Monday, August 24, 2015

WWE SummerSlam 2015 Recap #WWE #SummerSlam

By @B_Rock1978

Wrestling Lockup with Brandon brought to you by Triple Threat CLE, brings you this year's Summer Slam recap. It's WWE's Summer Party, WWE SummerSlam! This year's SummerSlam took place live at the Barclays Center, in the heart of New York City, Brooklyn, New York.

After the first successful show at the Barclays Center, NXT Takeover: Brooklyn on Saturday night, WWE next brings in Summer Slam.

- Summer Slam Celebrity Host, Jon Stewart, Welcomes Us To Summer Slam: Jon Stewart hypes up tonight's card. Stewart says he wanted to tell Brock Lesnar how he really felt about him breaking Undertaker's Wrestlemania streak, so he brought backup to help him. Stewart introduces Mick Foley as his backup. Foley tells Stewart he thought he said Rock, not Brock, and would prefer not to visit Suplex City. Foley drops out from being Stewart's backup. Stewart changes his mind about the whole thing and kicks off Summer Slam.

- Sheamus defeated Randy Orton, by pinfall. The match closes out with Orton countering a Sheamus battering ram and drills an RKO. Sheamus rolls to the floor to avoid the pinfall. Back in the ring, Orton goes for the punt, but Sheamus counters with White Noise for a near fall. Orton dodges the Brogue Kick and Sheamus counters the RKO. Sheamus hits the Brogue Kick on another attempt, sending Orton into the corner. Orton steps out of the corner and gets hit with a second Brogue Kick. Sheamus covers and scores the pinfall.

- The New Day defeated The Prime Time Players, The Lucha Dragons and Los Matadores, by pinfall, to win the WWE World Tag Team Championship, in a Fatal Four Way Match. The match closes out with Titus taking everyone out with punches, boots and tosses. Titus splashes Kofi and Diego in the corner and clotheslines Kofi to the floor. Fernando with a near fall cross body on Titus. Fernando takes out Sin Cara with a drop kick. Xavier Woods tries to get involved, then drops El Torito, who tries to stop him. Young takes out Woods. Big E spears Young and they hit the floor. Fernando gets knocked to the floor by the Lucha Dragons. The Luchas go for a superplex on Diego, but Titus drops all three of them to the mat. Titus hits Clash Of The Titus on Diego. Kofi drops Titus, covers Diego and scores the pinfall to win the WWE World Tag Team Championship for The New Day.

- Jon Stewart is backstage with his son, getting Stephen Amell and Neville's autograph. Smoke appears and the lights lower as Stardust plays mind games.

- Rusev vs. Dolph Ziggler went to a double count out. The match closes out with Ziggler getting a near fall with the Fameasser. Rusev pushes Ziggler away, hits a thrust kick, stomps on the back and applies The Accolade submission to Ziggler. Summer Rae and Lana have words, which results in Lana slapping Summer and distracting Rusev. Rusev and Ziggler go to the floor, where they go at it as do the ladies, causing both men to be counted out. After the match, Lana and Summer catfight, with Ziggler and Rusev pulling both girls away.

- Neville and Stephen Amell defeated Stardust and King Barrett, by pinfall. The match closes out with double teaming by Stardust and Barrett, with Stardust getting a near fall on Amell with a suplex. Amell finally lands an enziguri on Stardust and hot tags Neville. Neville unloads on Barrett, hits a forearm, a kick and hits a back flip for a near fall. Stardust and Barrett end up on the floor, where Amell leaps off the top rope and takes them both out. Amell tosses Barrett into the ring, where Neville hits Red Arrow and scores the pinfall.

- The WWE Tough Enough Finalists are shown at ringside.

- Ryback defeated Big Show and The Miz, by pinfall, to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship, in a Triple Threat Match. The match closes out with Ryback landing a spine buster, a splash, countering a choke slam and hits Shell Shock on Show. Miz hits Skull Crushing Finale on Ryback for a near fall. Miz tries to pin Ryback and Show over and over, but both keep kicking out. Ryback goes for Shell Shock but gets hit with the Show knockout punch. Miz and Show stop each other from pinning Ryback. Show lands the knockout punch on Miz. Ryback dumps Show to the floor, covers Miz and scores the pinfall, to retain the I-C Title.

- Backstage, Jon Stewart confronts Paul Heyman. They talk about the streak and how wrestling fans were angry. Heyman tells Stewart to get lost and obviously David Letterman didn't want to do Summer Slam so they had to settle for Stewart.

- Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose defeated Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper, by pinfall. The match closes out with Reigns and Harper trading blows back and forth. Harper hits a sit down power bomb for a near fall. Reigns counters a spike piledriver and nails Bray and Harper with the Superman Punch. Ambrose and Reigns take Bray out with the Doomsday Device for a near fall. Ambrose and Reigns powerbomb Harper and Harper falls to the floor. Ambrose blocks Sister Abigail and hits Dirty Deeds on Bray. Reigns comes in and spears Bray to score the pinfall.

- Seth Rollins defeated John Cena, by pinfall, to retain the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and win the WWE United States Championship. The match closes out with Cena applying the Figure Four and the STF, but can't make Rollins tap out. Rollins hits a superplex. Rollins misses a top rope knee drop. Cena hits AA, but accidentally takes out the referee too. Jon Stewart runs to the ring with a steel chair and aims at Rollins. Stewart fools everyone and gut shots Cena with the steel chair. Stewart throws down the chair and Rollins hits Cena with the Pedigree right on the steel chair. Rollins covers as the referee awakens and scores the pinfall to win all the gold.

- Team PCB defeated, Team Bella and Team BAD, in a Elimination Match. The first team elimination comes as Alicia and Paige go at it. Alicia gets pushed on top of the other Divas and Paige follows, leaping onto everyone. Becky blocks a Tamina Samoan Drop as Brie tags in. Brie drops Tamina face first and scores the pinfall, eliminating Team BAD. The match closes out with Charlotte applying the Figure Four and turning it into the Figure Eight, but Nikki breaks up the submission. Paige and Nikki fall to the floor while Charlotte and Alicia boot each other. Brie and Becky trade punches. Brie misses a missile drop kick, allowing Becky to hit a Pumphandle Slam. Becky covers and scores the pinfall. Team PCB wins the match.

- Kevin Owens defeated Cesaro, by pinfall. The match closes out with Cesaro countering a pop-up powerbomb and ducking a clothesline. Cesaro near fall with a corkscrew uppercut off the ropes. Out to the floor, Cesaro upper cuts Owens and sends him back in the ring. Cesaro lands the Cesaro Swing and applies the Sharpshooter submission. Owens makes it to the ropes, but gets dropped by a Cesaro drop kick. Cesaro goes to the top rope but Owens crotches him. Owens hits the pop-up powerbomb on Cesaro and scores the pinfall.

- The Undertaker defeated Brock Lesnar, by stoppage. The match closes out with both men physically exhausted. Lesnar and Taker both sit up and laugh at each other. Taker and Lesnar trade punches back and forth. Lesnar applies the Kimura Lock submission in the corner, but Taker turns that into a Last Ride for a near fall. Lesnar hits an F-5 for a near fall. Lesnar hits another F-5 and Taker still kicks out. Taker applies the Hells Gate submission, but Lesnar escapes and applies the Kimura Lock submission. Taker struggles to escape and the bell suddenly rings.
The referee yells at the timekeeper, stating he never called for the bell. Lesnar released the submission, thinking he won the match. Taker low blows Lesnar and reapplies the Hells Gate submission. Lesnar refuses to tap out and instead gives Taker the middle finger. Taker applies the pressure on the submission and chokes Lesnar out, forcing the referee to stop the match. After the match, Paul Heyman flips out stating that everyone saw Taker tap out in the Kimura Lock, that's why the timekeeper rang the bell. Looking at the replay Taker in fact did tap out and should have lost the match. Lesnar and Heyman leave pissed as Summer Slam closes out.

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