Monday, November 30, 2015

TV Tonight 11.30

By @nevaRWilliams

Monday Night Countdown (ESPN, 6pm)
Ravens @ Browns (ESPN, 8:15pm)

Spurs @ Bulls (NBA TV, 8pm)

Oilers @ Maple Leafs (NHL Network, 8:30pm)

Illinois State @ Kentucky (ESPN 2, 7pm)
Clemson @ Minnesota (ESPN 2, 9pm)


WWE Raw (USA, 8pm)
The Voice (NBC, 8pm)
It's Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown (ABC, 8pm)
Gotham (FOX, 8pm)
Supergirl (CBS, 8pm)
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW, 8pm)

A Charlie Brown Christmas (ABC, 9pm)
Minority Report (FOX, 9pm)
Scorpion (CBS, 9pm)
Major Crimes (TNT, 9pm)

Fargo (FX, 10pm)
Blindspot (NBC, 10pm)
Castle (ABC, 10pm)
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS, 10pm)
Legends (TNT, 10pm)
Follow The Rules; Ja Rule (MTV, 10pm)
Guilty Pleasures: Guilty Obsessions (Food Network, 10pm)
Top 5 Restaurants: Best Diners (Food Network, 10:30pm)

Lee's Keys 11.30.15: Baltimore #Ravens @ Cleveland #Browns

By @cleeverizon

- STOP THE RUN: Even with Justin Forsett being gone for the season, the Browns are still the 32nd ranked defense versus the run. Buck Allen and former Browns running back Terrance West are expected to see a lot of work. West is going to return to Cleveland with a chip on his shoulder and a point to prove. Earlier this week, West said "I'm hungry, just getting this opportunity, I'm very hungry, and this Monday you'll see."

- CREATE CONFUSION: Matt Schaub hasn't started a NFL game in two years. The Ravens will assume they have the "tape" on the Browns defense. We must show multiple fronts and coverages to keep Schaub "guessing" and not "knowing" the defenders will be at. Zone blitzes, delayed blitzes, stunts and zones will help create havoc.

- NO CHUNKS: The Browns defense has been decimated by giving up chunk plays both on the ground and in the air. Setting the edge and making sure the defensive backs have over the top coverage will be key.

- Flex Gary Barnidge/Duke Johnson Create room in the box to open up running lanes, line Gary Barnidge up outside to take that linebacker out of the picture. Johnson can also be used in a dual running back set. Go in motion to free up a additional lane for Isaiah Crowell to run through. A tight end screen or two will also slow up the pass rush.  

- SPECIAL TEAMS: The Browns need to make something happen via special teams from creating a turnover or running a kickoff/punt back for a touchdown. 

Sunday, November 29, 2015

TV Tonight 11.29

By @nevaRWilliams

Football Night In America (NBC, 7pm)
Patriots @ Broncos (NBC, 8:20pm)

2015 Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos vs. Ottawa RedBlacks (ESPN 2, 6:30pm)

76ers @ Grizzlies (NBA TV, 6pm)

MLS: Columbus Crew SC @ New York Red Bulls (FOX Sports 1, 7:30pm)

DIRECT Wooden Legacy, Championship (ESPN 2, 10pm)


2015 Soul Train Awards Pre-Show (BET/Centric, 7pm)

2015 Soul Train Awards, hosted by Erykah Badu (BET/Centric, 8pm)
Once Upon A Time (ABC, 8pm)
The Simpsons (FOX, 8pm)
The Librarians (TNT, 8pm)
Flesh And Bone (STARZ, 8pm)
Madam Secretary (CBS, 8:30pm)
Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas (FOX, 8:30pm)

The Walking Dead, Fall Finale (AMC, 9pm)
The Leftovers (HBO, 9pm)
Homeland (Showtime, 9pm)
Blood & Oil (ABC, 9pm)
Family Guy (FOX, 9pm)
Agent X (TNT, 9pm)
Keeping Up With The Kardashians (E!, 9pm)
The Good Wife (CBS, 9:30pm)
The Last Man On Earth (FOX, 9:30pm)

Into The Badlands (AMC, 10pm)
Getting On (HBO, 10pm)
The Affair (Showtime, 10pm)
The Royals (E!, 10pm)
Quantico (ABC, 10pm)
CSI: Cyber (CBS, 10pm)
Talking Dead (AMC, 11pm)

#Browns Preview 11.29.15: Baltimore #Ravens @ Cleveland Browns

By @mrgroce

On Monday night in prime time, we will all get to watch the heavyweight matchup between the 2-8 Cleveland Browns and the 3-8 Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens are coming off of a 16-13 win against the St.Louis Rams, while the Browns are coming off of a somewhat eventful bye week. Shortly after naming QB Johnny Manziel the starter for the remainder of the season, Manziel made another bad decision off of the field and that has now led him to being named the third string QB for the foreseeable future. With Ravens QB Joe Flacco out with a torn ACL, fans of the NFL get to see Josh McCown and Matt Schaub battle it out. Watch party at my house.

Trying to find keys to the game for two teams that have five wins combined can be a bit difficult. Baltimore won against a tough, well coached team last week so I think it's safe to say they haven't given up yet. If the Browns who have lost their last two by 21 points each, coming off of a bye, at home on Monday night can't get up for this one against a division rival that they already beat, it would appear that they've waived the white flag. The Ravens could be without three starters on the offensive line, and rookie Javorius Allen replaces running back Justin Forsett in the backfield. Luckily for them, they'll be facing the seventh worst defense in total yards and the worst team against the run.

The Browns have only managed to score 19 points total in the last two games that Manziel started. They also were only able to gain 96 yards rushing in both of those games. In those two games, Johnny went 48-78 with 540 yards passing. The Browns average 20 points per game when McCown starts and 11 points when Manziel starts. Since the running game is basically nonexistent, expect to see a lot of Gary Barnidge and Travis Benjamin. McCown is still nursing sore ribs, so one good hit could open the door for backup QB Austin Davis to get some playing time.

Every Ravens game has been decided by eight points or less, and I don't see this one being any different. The Browns defense is bad but I don't see them getting beat by Schaub and a rookie running back. I have the Browns winning another close one over the Ravens 20-17.

What: Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens
When: Monday Nov. 30 2015
Where: FirstEnergy Stadium Cleveland, Oh
TV/Radio: ESPN (national)/ 850 WKNR, 92.3 The Fan, 98.5 WCNX

On The Mark 11.29.15: #Buckeyes vs #Michigan Recap #OSUvsMICH

Hail to the Victors! Ohio State destroys Michigan in The Big House 42-13
By @MarkW2112

Yes, we all know The Victors is the Michigan fight song. But on this day, in Ann Arbor, at Michigan Stadium, it was the Ohio State Buckeyes who were the victors. And what a win it was, as they destroyed the Wolverines 42-13 in a game where the Buckeyes ran over Michigan's defense like a hot knife to butter. It was won in the trenches, with Ezekiel Elliot running for 214 yards and 2 touchdowns and J.T. Barrett running for an additional 139 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns. He also threw for a touchdown on a beautiful pass over the defenders head and in to the waiting hands of Jalin Marshall. The Buckeyes offensive line had no problem opening holes for the rushers today as they had last week against Michigan State.

It was the first game for coach Jim Harbaugh against Urban Meyer. It was supposed to be a match set up like Bo Schembechler vs. Woody Hayes. Instead, it was another nightmare for Michigan fans who've seen the likes of Lloyd Carr and Brady Hoke take a beating from Ohio State over the last decade. Quarterback Jake Rudock looked sharp to the start, especially on a beautiful touchdown pass to Jehu Chesson, who led all receivers with 111 yards receiving. Other than a few nice receptions by Jake Butt, the Ohio State defense held their ground all day long, holding all Michigan running backs to a total of 57 yards. Rudock had his day finished early after former high school teammate Joey Bosa, who blew by the offensive tackle to hit Rudock in to the Big House turf. Wilton Speight took over for the rest of game, including an interception to Bosa after batting the ball to himself and almost taking it to the end zone. Adolphis Washington was also disruptive, getting to Rudock many times during the game. It was a hugely disappointing beginning to the Harbaugh era.

My take: This is how the Buckeyes should have played all year. Offensively, it was the best game of the year, especially against a top 10 opponent. J.T. Barrett and Ezekiel Elliot were outstanding today. It seems that having Tim Beck and Ed Warinner up in the booth together was exactly what the offense needed. It's just too bad they couldn't have figured this out before losing to Michigan State, who beat Penn State to win the B1G Eastern division. If there is somehow some luck on the Buckeyes side, there is a very slim chance they could make it to the 4 team playoff. But they blew the opportunity by playing so poorly against Michigan State. The consolation prize is going to the Rose Bowl, a place that meant so much to both the Buckeyes and Michigan in years past.

Player of the game: Ezekiel Elliot. After criticizing the coaches after the heartbreaking loss to Michigan State, Elliot manned up and plowed through Michigan defenders on his way to a 30 carry, 214 yard day. He surpassed Eddie George with the second most rushing yards of any Ohio State player, only behind Archie Griffin. He will be missed in Columbus but his career in the NFL will be one to watch.

Play of the game: While it didn't score a touchdown, Ezekiel Elliot's 66 yard run in the first half seemed to give the push the Buckeyes needed on offense.

Next for the Buckeyes: To be determined.

Friday, November 27, 2015

TV Weekend 11.27 - 11.28

By @nevaRWilliams

The National Dog Show (FRI, NBC, 8pm)
Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town (FRI, ABC, 8pm)

The Amazing Race (FRI, CBS, 8pm)
MasterChef (FRI, FOX, 8pm)
Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer (FRI, The CW, 8pm)
New Japan Pro Wrestling (FRI, AXSTV, 8pm)

Shark Tank (FRI, ABC, 9pm)
Hawaii Five-0 (FRI, CBS, 9pm)
World's Funniest (FRI, FOX, 9pm)

Blue Bloods (FRI, CBS, 10pm)
The Knick (FRI, Cinemax, 10pm)
Z Nation (FRI, SyFy, 10pm)
Satisfaction (FRI, USA, 10pm)

Black Jesus (FRI, Cartoon Network, 11pm)

Da Vinci's Demons (SAT, STARZ, 8pm)
Frosty The Snowman (SAT, CBS, 8pm)
Frosty Returns (SAT, CBS, 8:30pm)

The Story of Santa Claus (SAT, CBS, 9pm)

Ash vs Evil Dead (SAT, STARZ, 9pm)
Doctor Who (SAT, BBC America, 9pm)
Saturday Night Live Classic (SAT, NBC, 10pm)
REPEAT: Saturday Night Live, Tracy Morgan, Demi Lovato (SAT, NBC, 11:30pm)


Oregon State @ Oregon (FRI, FOX Sports 1, 4pm)
Baylor @ TCU (FRI, ESPN, 7:30pm)

Ohio State @ Michigan (SAT, ABC, 12pm)
Clemson @ South Carolina (SAT, ESPN, 12pm)
Georgia @ Georgia Tech (SAT, ESPN 2, 12pm)
SMU @ Memphis (SAT, ESPNews, 12pm)
Virginia Tech @ Virginia (SAT, ESPNU, 12pm)
Iowa State @ West Virginia (SAT, FOX Sports 1, 12pm)

Cincinnati @ East Carolina (SAT, CBS SportsNet, 12pm)

UCLA @ USC (SAT, ABC, 3:30pm)
Alabama @ Auburn (SAT, CBS, 3:30pm)
Penn State @ Michigan State (SAT, ESPN, 3:30pm)

North Carolina @ North Carolina State (SAT, ESPN 2, 3:30pm)
Illinois @ Northwestern (SAT, ESPNU, 3:30pm)
Kansas State @ Kansas (SAT, FOX Sports 1, 4pm)
Southern @ Grambling State (SAT, NBC Sports, 5pm)

Mississippi @ Mississippi State (SAT, ESPN 2, 7:15pm)
Notre Dame @ Stanford (SAT, FOX, 7:30pm)
Florida State @ Florida (SAT, ESPN, 7:30pm)

Oklahoma @ Oklahoma State (SAT, ABC, 8pm)

Arizona State @ California (SAT, FOX Sports 1, 10pm)
Nevada @ San Diego State (SAT, ESPN 2, 10:45pm)

Cavaliers @ Hornets (FRI, FOX Sports Ohio, 7pm)
Bucks @ Magic (FRI, NBA TV, 7pm)

Nets @ Cavaliers (SAT, FOX Sports Ohio, 7:30pm)
Nuggets @ Mavericks (SAT, NBA TV, 8:30pm)

Kentucky vs. South Florida (FRI, ESPN, 5pm)
DIRECTV Wooden Legacy, First Semifinal (FRI, ESPN 2, 5:30pm)
Memphis vs. Ohio State (FRI, ESPN 2, 7:30pm)
Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational, Third Place (FRI, FOX Sports 1, 8pm)
Advocare Invitational, Second Semifinal (FRI, ESPN 2, 9:30pm)

Georgia @ Seton Hall (SAT, FOX Sports 1, 7:30pm)

Blackhawks @ Ducks (FRI, NBC Sports, 5pm)
Penguins @ Blue Jackets (FRI, FOX Sports Cincinnati, 7pm)

Capitals @ Maple Leafs (SAT, NHL Network, 7pm)
Blue Jackets @ Blues (SAT, FOX Sports Cincinnati, 8pm)

Premier Boxing Champions (SAT, NBC, 3pm)
Boxing: Tyson Fury vs. Wladimir Klitschko (SAT, HBO, 10:15pm)

English Premier League: Leicester City FC vs. Manchester United FC (SAT, NBC, 12:30pm)

Thursday, November 26, 2015

TV Tonight 11.26

By @nevaRWilliams

Bears @ Packers (NBC, 8:30pm)

Texas Tech @ Texas (FOX Sports 1, 7:30pm)
South Florida @ Central Florida (ESPN, 7:30pm)

Notre Dame vs. Monmouth (ESPNU, 6:30pm)
Boston College vs. Michigan State (ESPN 2, 6:30pm)
Iowa vs. Dayton (ESPN 2, 9pm)


The All-Star Dog Rescue Celebration (FOX, 8pm)
The Big Bang Theory (CBS, 8pm)
WWE SmackDown (SyFy, 8pm)
Life In Pieces (CBS, 8:30pm)

Mom (CBS, 9pm)
2 Broke Girls (CBS, 9:30pm)

Elementary (CBS, 10pm)
Haven (SyFy, 10pm)

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

TV Tonight 11.25

By @nevaRWilliams

Cavaliers @ Raptors (FOX Sports Ohio, 7:30pm)
Grizzlies @ Rockets (NBA TV, 8pm)

Blue Jackets @ Devils (FOX Sports Cincinnati, 7pm)
Flyers @ Islanders (NBC Sports, 7:30pm)
Blackhawks @ Sharks (NBC Sports, 10pm)

Yale @ Duke (ESPNU, 7pm)
Maui Invitational, Third Place: UCLA vs. Wake Forest (ESPN 2, 7:30pm)
MGM Grand Main Event: Creighton vs. Massachusetts (ESPN 2, 9:30pm)
Maui Invitational, Final: Kansas vs. Vanderbilt (ESPN, 10pm)

Premier Boxing Champions (ESPN, 8pm)
The Ultimate Fighter 22 (Fox Sports 1, 10pm)


The Making Of The Wiz Live! (NBC, 8pm)
The Middle (ABC, 8pm)
Survivor (CBS, 8pm)
Rosewood (FOX, 8pm)
The Goldbergs (ABC, 8:30pm)

Empire (FOX, 9pm)
Saturday Night Live Thanksgiving (NBC, 9pm)
Modern Family (ABC, 9pm)
Criminal Minds (CBS, 9pm)
IMPACT Wrestling (Destination America, 9pm)
Blackish (ABC, 9:30pm)

Nashville (ABC, 10pm)
Code Black (CBS, 10pm)

Ring Of Honor Wrestling (Destination America, 11pm)
Uncommon Sense with Charlamagne Tha God (MTV 2, 11pm)

#WCW 11.25.15: Antje Utgaard (@AwesomeANTJAY)

By @nevaRWilliams

WCW: Hannah Stocking
WCW: Aryane Steinkopf
WCW: Amanda Elise Lee
WCW: Abigail Ratchford
WCW: JoJo Babie
WCW: Sydney Maler
WCW: Katherine Lucia
WCW: Best of 2015 Woman Crush Wednesday... So Far

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

TV Tonight 11.24

By @nevaRWilliams

Celtics @ Hawks (TNT, 8pm)
Lakers @ Warriors (TNT, 10:30pm)

Senators @ Stars (NHL Network, 8:30pm)

Maui Invitational, First Semifinal: Vanderbilt vs. Wake Forest (ESPN, 7:30pm)
Louisiana Tech @ Ohio State (Big Ten, 8pm)
Legends Classic, Final: Arizona State vs. Marquette (ESPN 2, 8pm)
Boston University @ Kentucky (SEC, 9pm)
Maui Invitational, Second Semifinal: Kansas vs. UCLA (ESPN, 10pm)
CBE Hall Of Fame Classic, Final: Kansas State vs. North Carolina (ESPN 2, 10pm)

Ohio @ Northern Illinois (ESPNU, 7:30pm)

Inside The NFL (Showtime, 9pm)


The Voice (NBC, 8pm)
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (ABC, 8pm)
Grandfathered (FOX, 8pm)
NCIS (CBS, 8pm)
The Grinder (FOX, 8:30pm)

Dancing With The Stars (ABC, 9pm)
Chicago Med (NBC, 9pm)
NCIS: New Orleans (CBS, 9pm)
Scream Queens (FOX, 9pm)

Chicago Fire (NBC, 10pm)
Limitless (CBS, 10pm)
Finding Carter (MTV, 10pm)
Taco Trip (Cooking, 10pm)
Chopped (Food Network, 10pm)
Tosh.0 (Comedy Central, 10pm)
Chrisley Knows Best (USA, 10pm)
Donny! (USA, 10:30pm)
Drunk History (Comedy Central, 10:30pm)

Wrestling Lockup with Brandon, 11.24.15: RAW Recap #RAW

By @B_Rock1978

** Editors Note: Due to the Thanksgiving holiday and an out of state move, there will be no TNA Impact, NXT or Smackdown recaps this week. Wrestling Lockup with Brandon will return next week for RAW recap **

Are you not entertained?!?! That was the million dollar question that was asked after Sheamus cashed in Money In The Bank and defeated Roman Reigns at Survivor Series, to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

Greetings ladies and fellas, it's time for this week's Wrestling Lockup with Brandon: RAW recap, brought to you by Triple Threat CLE. Kick back, relax and read up on what you missed on last night's RAW, as the Celtic Warrior Era has begun in the WWE, live from Nashville, Tennessee.

- The Authority Promo: Triple H and Stephanie McMahon kick off RAW. Stephanie says Roman Reigns wasted his opportunity. Triple H just wanted to congratulate Reigns and Reigns had the nerve to spear him. Because of Reigns' pride, Sheamus is the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Sheamus makes his way to the ring to join Triple H and Stephanie. Sheamus says the Roman Empire rose and fell in five minutes and nothing can bring Sheamus down right now. Roman Reigns interrupts and enters the ring. Sheamus asks Reigns how his pride is holding up. Reigns demands his rematch. Stephanie revoked Reigns' demands since he speared Triple H. Reigns asks Triple H if he's scared since he's standing behind Stephanie. Triple H and Reigns go face to face and Triple H says Reigns will get his rematch when Triple H says so. Rusev appears out of nowhere and thrust kicks Reigns. Sheamus charges, hits a Brogue Kick and lays out Reigns. Triple H announces Reigns will face Rusev tonight and Reigns will get his rematch at WWE Tables, Ladders and Chairs against Sheamus for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a TLC Match.

- Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper defeated The Dudley Boys, by pinfall: Bubba lands punches and a back body drop on Harper. Bubba continues the onslaught on Harper with a series of clotheslines, some jabs, the bionic elbow and a uranage. Bubba dares Bray to get in the ring. Bray refuses as Rowan jumps onto the apron and distracts Bubba. Harper hits the big lariat on Bubba and scores the pinfall. After the match, Rowan choke slams Devon. Braun Strowman chokes out Bubba with the Bear Hug/Sleeper submission. Bray picks up Devon and lays him out with Sister Abigail.

- Sasha Banks defeated Becky Lynch, by pinfall: Becky lands a series of european uppercuts, a series of clotheslines and a drop kick on Sasha. Becky blocks a kick by Sasha and hits an exploder. Becky goes for her Dis-Arm-Her submission, but Tamina distracts the referee as Naomi helps Sasha break the hold. Becky argues with Tamina and Naomi, allowing Sasha to roll up Becky for the pinfall.

- Backstage, Paige, demands another WWE Divas Championship Match against Charlotte, because Charlotte is a cheater. Paige shows video proof that Charlotte's arm was under the ropes while performing the Figure Eight submission. Paige says Charlotte is just like her daddy, Ric Flair, a dirty player and an embarrassment.

- The New Day Country Music Jamboree Anniversary Celebration: Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods say its New Day's one year anniversary and they have to spend it in the capital of country music. Kofi says when it comes to country music, it sucks. Country music involves losing girlfriends, pick up trucks, losing dogs and tractors. The New Day is all about power of positivity and want to make country music sound positive. Woods sings Momma Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be....BOOTY. Woods says its time to get down to business and want to give out an opportunity for a shot at their WWE World Tag Team Championship. The Lucha Dragons arrive on the stage and claim that New Day doesn't Rock, New Day Runs.
The Dragons want a shot at the titles and have a stare down with New Day inside the ring. New Day decide to back off, as The Usos come out next. New Day tells The Usos to back off cause the challenge wasn't ment for them. The Dragons and Usos want a triple threat match. The New Day blame both teams for ruining the Jamboree, so the opportunity is now off the table. Jimmy Uso punches Woods. The Dragons hit an alley pop drop kick on Big E. The Usos plant double super kicks on New Day and chase them from the ring.

- Backstage, Charlotte says she's always respected Paige, she knows things are far from over with Paige and Paige can cry and moan all she wants, but Charlotte will face Paige tonight.

- Neville defeated Mark Henry, by pinfall: The Miz was shown watching this match backstage. Neville goes for a cross body, but Henry catches Neville and goes for the World's Strongest Slam. Neville escapes and then dodges a Henry corner splash attempt. Neville lands a kick to the head and Henry goes down. Neville hits Red Arrow and scores the pinfall. After the match, Henry shakes Neville's hand.

- Backstage, Stardust talks about Cesaro, Goldust and atoms whizzing past. Titus O'Neil interrupts and says he always liked science. Titus says Aries and Titanium is the big gator head. Titus barks at Stardust and walks away.

- Goldust and The Prime Time Players defeated Stardust and The Ascension, by pinfall, in a Six Man Tag Team Match: Stardust has Darren Young trapped in the corner until Young fights out and lands a boot on Stardust. Titus tags in, hits a shoulder on Konnar and sends Viktor off the apron. Titus hits another shoulder and lands a boot on Konnar. Goldust takes out Stardust, Young hits a belly-to-belly on Viktor and Titus hits Clash Of The Titus on Konnar to score the pinfall.

- Alberto Del Rio and Zeb Colter Promo: Zeb says just cause Del Rio failed to become MexAmerican Champion doesn't mean all is lost. MexAmerica is a chance for all to leave a sinking country like America, but instead all complain on social media. MexAmerica can teach you basic human values, but no one would listen so the charity helping is done. Del Rio says the hell with everyone, MexAmerica's borders are closed. Jack Swagger interrupts and stands on the RAW stage. Swagger still can't believe Zeb turned on America and calls Zeb old and bitter. Del Rio calls Swagger stupid and demands he not speak to Zeb like that. Swagger says he swore to protect this country from enemies foreign and domestic and maybe Del Rio wants to do something about it. Swagger heads to the ring, but Del Rio eventually backs down. Swagger leads the crowd in a WE THE PEOPLE chant.

- Charlotte and Paige Both Get Counted Out. Charlotte retains the WWE Divas Championship: Paige and Charlotte trade kicks and chops. Charlotte applies a reverse chin lock submission on Paige. Paige reaches the ropes and Charlotte releases the hold. Charlotte hits a spear on Paige and both ladies fall through the ropes to the floor. Charlotte and Paige brawl on the floor as the referee counts both ladies out to end the match by double count out. After the match, Paige sends Charlotte into the barricade, into the steel steps and places Charlotte on the announcers table. Paige locks Charlotte in the PTO submission on top of the announcers table as referees try to seperate both ladies.

- Heath Slater Promo: Slater is in the ring and is sick of all this country music. The One Man Band is here to rock. Slater is about to sing when he gets interrupted by Ryback. Slater hits Ryback with his guitar, but it has no effect on the Big Guy. Ryback finishes Slater off with a spine buster, a Meat Hook and Shell Shock.

- Dolph Ziggler and Dean Ambrose defeated Kevin Owens and Tyler Breeze, by pinfall: Ambrose lands a clothesline on Owens and Ziggler follows with a super kick. Ziggler and Owens brawl on the floor, where Owens sends Ziggler into the barricade. Breeze goes for the Kill Switch on Ambrose, but Ambrose counters out and hits Dirty Deeds on Breeze, to score the pinfall.

- Roman Reigns defeated Rusev, by DQ: WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Sheamus, was ringside for this match. Rusev and Reigns brawl on the floor, where Reigns gets slammed on the announcers table. Reigns lands a series of knees and connects with the Superman Punch, dropping Rusev on the floor. Reigns hits the jumping apron drop kick on Rusev and looks to close out the match. King Barrett suddenly comes out of nowhere and nails Reigns with the Bullhammer, getting Rusev DQ'ed. After the match, Barrett tries to attack Reigns with a steel chair, but Reigns hits Barrett with it. Rusev attacks Reigns from behind and grabs the steel chair. Reigns lands a punch on Rusev and smacks Rusev with the steel chair. Sheamus tries to attack Reigns, but also gets smacked with the steel chair. RAW closes out with Reigns standing tall in the ring.

Monday, November 23, 2015

TV Tonight 11.23

By @nevaRWilliams

Monday Night Countdown (ESPN, 6pm)
Bills @ Patriots (ESPN, 8:15pm)

Magic @ Cavaliers (FOX Sports Ohio, 7pm)
Knicks @ Heat (NBA TV, 7:30pm)

Marquette vs. LSU (ESPN 2, 7pm)
Eastern Michigan @ Michigan State (Big Ten, 7pm)
Northern Kentucky @ Xavier (FOX Sports 1, 8:30pm)
North Carolina vs. Northwestern (ESPN 2, 9:30pm)


WWE Raw (USA, 8pm)
The Voice (NBC, 8pm)
Dancing With The Stars (ABC, 8pm)
Gotham (FOX, 8pm)
Supergirl (CBS, 8pm)
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW, 8pm)

3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets (HBO, 9pm)
Minority Report (FOX, 9pm)
Scorpion (CBS, 9pm)
Jane The Virgin (The CW, 9pm)
Major Crimes (TNT, 9pm)
Catfish: The TV Show (MTV, 9pm)

Fargo (FX, 10pm)
Blindspot (NBC, 10pm)
Castle (ABC, 10pm)
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS, 10pm)
Legends (TNT, 10pm)
Follow The Rules; Ja Rule (MTV, 10pm)
Guilty Pleasures: Deep-Fried Sweet Tooth (Food Network, 10pm)
Top 5 Restaurants: Best Sandwiches (Food Network, 10:30pm)

Survivor Series 2015 Recap #SurvivorSeries #WWE

By @B_Rock1978

Greetings all and welcome to another special edition of Wrestling Lockup with Brandon, brought to you by Triple Threat CLE. If you all have been listening to our weekly Triple Threat CLE radio show, which you all better check out Wednesday from 7-9pm on No Static Radio, then you all know I'm heading off to Tar Heel Nation. Now even though I'm moving, no worries, I'll still be apart of Triple Threat CLE and I'll still bring you weekly wrestling news and recaps. And also no worries gang, I'll still be a Buckeye in a Tar Heel Nation.

Now that we cleared that up, its time to deliver what you all clicked on this link for. Last night, it was WWE Survivor Series 2015, live on WWE Network for only $9.99. (Still waiting for my checks for your advertising, Triple H). WWE Survivor Series was live at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, G.A. and promised to deliver a NEW WWE World Heavyweight Champion. This year's Survivor Series also served as the 25th anniversary to the one and the only, phenom, The Undertaker. 25 years ago The Undertaker debuted at the 1990 Survivor Series as a mystery partner on the Million Dollar Team and began his road of destruction through the WWE.

The deadman and his brother, Kane, reform the Brothers of Destruction for Taker's anniversary party and of course, like I said, there will be a new WWE World Heavyweight Champion crowned when it's all said and done. Let's get to the recap

*** Survivor Series Pre-Show ***

- Neville, Goldust, Titus O’Neil and The Dudley Boyz defeated The Miz, Bo Dallas, Stardust and The Ascension, in a Traditional 5-On-5 Survivor Series Elimination Match: Goldust made a surprise return in the match and looked at picking up where his feud with Stardust left off. Goldust plants Viktor with a power slam and scores the pinfall. Team Neville took the 5-4 advantage. Konnar takes control of Bubba Ray, but Bubba comes back with a uranage after Devon distracts Konnar. Bubba picks up the pinfall and Team Neville take a 5-3 advantage. Neville gets tagged in and cleans house until Dallas blind tags in and hits the Bo-Dog. Miz blind tags in and hits the Skull Crushing Finale on Neville for the pinfall.
Team Neville have a 4-3 advantage. Miz celebrates the pin and ends up getting rolled up by Goldust for the pinfall, eliminating Miz. Team Neville with the 4-2 advantage. Bo Dallas takes control of the match until Titus is tagged in. Titus splashes both Dallas and Stardust in the corner. Bubba and Goldust land punches on Dallas and Titus hits Clash Of The Titus on Dallas for the pinfall. Team Neville take the 4-1 advantage. Stardust realizing he's all alone tries to run, but Titus and Goldust stop Stardust from leaving. Stardust gets tossed in the ring and gets planted with 3D from the Dudley Boys for the pinfall. Team Neville wins 4-0.

*** Survivor Series ***

- Roman Reigns defeated Alberto Del Rio, by pinfall, in a Semi-Finals Match: The match closes out with Reigns hitting the Superman Punch, but missing the spear, as Del Rio counters with a kick for a near fall. Del Rio goes for the cross arm breaker submission, but Reigns counters with a lifting power bomb for a near fall. Del Rio applies the cross arm breaker submission, but Reigns escapes. Del Rio flies off the top rope at Reigns, but misses and crashes on the mat. Reigns hits the spear, covers and scores the pinfall, to advance to the Finals.

- Dean Ambrose defeated Kevin Owens, by pinfall, in a Semi-Finals Match: The match closes out with Ambrose and Owens slapping each other, followed by Ambrose clotheslining Owens to the floor. Ambrose hits a suicide dive on Owens, but Owens comes back and drops Ambrose ribs first on the announcers table. Back in the ring, Owens goes for the pop up power bomb, but Ambrose counters with a leap frog. Owens hits two super kicks, but Ambrose hits a rebound clothesline. Ambrose grabs Owens and hits Dirty Deeds, covers and scores the pinfall, to advance to the Finals.

- Ryback, The Lucha Dragons and The Usos defeated The New Day, Sheamus and King Barrett, in a Traditional 5-On-5 Survivor Series Elimination Match: Sin Cara hits a moonsault on King Barrett to score the pinfall, giving Team Ryback the 5-4 advantage. Jimmy Uso is in and goes to work on Kofi Kingston. Kofi hits a boot on Jimmy and The New Day hit a double foot stomp on Jimmy, cover and score the pinfall. Both teams are even at 4-4. Sin Cara hits a springboard moonsault on Xavier Woods, followed by an enziguri. Woods blind tags Big E, who spears Sin Cara. Sheamus is tagged in and hits the Brogue Kick on Sin Cara, covers and scores the pinfall.
Team New Day take the 4-3 advantage. Sheamus and Big E begin to argue, allowing Ryback to clothesline Sheamus to the floor. Ryback hits the Meat Hook on Big E, Kalisto hits a hurricanrana and Jey Uso lands the Uso Splash on Big E to score the pinfall. Both teams are even at 3-3. Woods and Kingston take double countouts, leave with Big E and leave Sheamus in a 3-1 disadvantaged. Ryback goes for the Meat Hook clothesline, but Sheamus counters with a roll up for a near fall. Jey Uso lands a super kick and Ryback drops Sheamus with Shell Shock to score the pinfall. Team Ryback wins 3-0.

- Charlotte defeated Paige, by submission, to retain the WWE Divas Championship: The match closes out with Charlotte and Paige trading back and forth punches. Charlotte hits a spear and follows that up with Natural Selection, but Paige rolls to the floor. Paige tosses Charlotte head first into the ring apron and follows up by tossing Charlotte into the barricade. Charlotte climbs on the barricade, leaps off and spears Paige into the floor. Back in the ring, Charlotte immediately applies the Figure Four submission and bridges it into the Figure Eight. Paige fights it, but eventually taps out, allowing Charlotte to retain her WWE Divas Championship.

- Tyler Breeze defeated Dolph Ziggler, by pinfall: The match closes out with Breeze rolling up Ziggler, but gets busted by the referee trying to use the ropes for leverage. Ziggler and Breeze trade a series of roll up pinfall attempts for near falls. Ziggler drops Breeze on his face and goes for the super kick. Breeze ducks and kicks Ziggler in his knee. Breeze grabs Ziggler and plants him with the Kill Switch to score the pinfall.

- Undertaker and Kane defeated The Wyatt Family, by pinfall: Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper chose themselves as the Brothers of Destruction's opponents. One point in the match, Braun Strowman gets involved and tossed Kane over the announcers table. The match closes out with Taker landing a DDT and a leg drop on Harper for a near fall. Bray and Harper send Taker to the floor at the feet of Strowman. Taker and Kane both grab Strowman by the throat and double choke slam the monster through the announcers table. Back in the ring, Bray regains control and plants Taker with Sister Abigail, as Kane gets laid out by Harper. Harper covers and gets a near fall on Taker. Harper stalks toward Kane and Bray crab walks toward Taker as both brothers are still laid out. Both brothers sit up and stare down Bray and Harper. Bray and Harper both get double choke slams from the brothers. Taker picks up Harper, hits the Tombstone piledriver and scores the pinfall.

- Roman Reigns defeated Dean Ambrose, by pinfall, to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship: The match closes out with Reigns hitting the Superman Punch for a near fall. Ambrose goes for Dirty Deeds, and Reigns counters out, but Ambrose recounters with the rebound clothesline for a near fall. Reigns hits the spear on Ambrose for a near fall. Reigns goes for another spear, but Ambrose dodges it, causing Reigns to hit the corner ring post. Ambrose hits Dirty Deeds on Reigns for a near fall. Ambrose and Reigns trade a series of punches, Reigns lands a head butt, Ambrose with a running forearm, Reigns lands some punches and Ambrose stomps on Reigns. Reigns finally comes out of nowhere with a spear on Ambrose, covers and scores the pinfall, to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

- After The Match: The Roman Empire has begun as confetti, pyro and fireworks are let loose inside the Phillips Arena. Roman Reigns is hugging his newly won WWE World Heavyweight Championship as Triple H makes his way to the ring. Triple H pats Reigns on the back and extends his hand out for Reigns to shake.  Reigns refuses, walks away, then turns back towards Triple H and lays the COO out with a spear. Reigns looks down at the laid out Triple H, turns to leave and gets blasted by Sheamus with a Brogue Kick. Sheamus hands the referee his Money In The Bank briefcase and officially cashes it in.

- Sheamus defeated Roman Reigns, by pinfall, to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship: The bell rings and Sheamus gets a near fall after the Brogue Kick. Reigns tries to fight back and goes for the spear on Sheamus. Sheamus counters and hits another Brogue Kick, covers, scores the pinfall and becomes the NEW WWE World Heavyweight Champion. After the match, Sheamus and Triple H celebrate the screwing of Roman Reigns yet again, as Sheamus raises his newly won title as Survivor Series closes out.