All hell breaks loose during a contract signing between Paige and Charlotte. I know, I know: This feud is as silly, spooky and supernatural as they come, which means I should probably throw common sense out the window...but as soon as 'Taker and Kane strolled into Raw last week, all the momentum they'd been building with this story was lost completely. The campiness is fine; the WWE just needs to shape the campiness into a logical story.
Tyler Breeze (with Summer Rae) def. R-Truth by pin following with the Beauty Shot. It seems the New Day and the Usos are going to interact in a few way, and The New Day beat the Usos and Ryback by DQ on Monday.
Here are WWE's five confirmed matches listed from first to last. The quarterfinals are on tap for this upcoming week, and it's expected that the semifinals and finals will be part of the 29annual Survivor Series.
In the current lead up to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, Roman Reigns defeated Cesaro to advance to the semi-finals of the game. Will it be enough to defeat Del Rio? The reactions will be similar, proving that Reigns will be a top of the company in the closing months of 2015. However, the predictable finish is a clean victory for Reigns over Ambrose or Owens, and that's likely where WWE is headed. The story that they essentially told was Show tossing Reigns around for the majority of the matchup like a wet-haired rag doll, only for Reigns to make his comeback and hit all of his requisite spots (Superman punch, spear) to pick up the victory at the end.
Ryback, Jimmy and Jey Uso vs. WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston and Big E. and Xavier Woods: Nothing of any pertinence here as the match got thrown out, thanks to a ton of chaos and disorganization. The match participants are not yet known at this juncture.
King of the Ring Quarterfinals: United States Champion Alberto Del Rio w/Zeb Colter vs. Kalisto: Del Rio has been always a step ahead despite Kalisto dazzling with wonderful high-flying offense and eventually got the win with the modified Double Stomp.