Smackdown Live Results-August 7th,2018
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Cesaro and Sheamus are in the locker room talking about their match tonight.

Match Number Five: Sheamus and Cesaro versus Big E and Kofi Kingston (with Xavier Woods) in the Finals of the Number One Contender Tournament for the Smackdown Tag Team Titles

Big E and Cesaro start things off and Cesaro with a waist lock and Big E with a standing switch. Big E with a back drop to Cesaro and he gyrates. Cesaro with a kick and punch and then he puts Big E in a side head lock. Big E with a back elbow and Kofi tags in and kicks Cesaro and gets a near fall. Kofi with a wrist lock and Cesaro with an Irish whip and monkey flip but Kofi lands on his feet. Kofi with a drop kick for a near fall. Cesaro punches Kofi and tags Sheamus back in.

Sheamus with a European uppercut and Kofi lands on his feet on a belly-to-back suplex attempt. Kofi goes for a monkey flip but Sheamus blocks it. Sheamus puts Kofi on the turnbuckles and connects with a forearm to send Kofi to the floor. Xavier checks on Kofi but Sheamus picks up Kofi and connects with a European uppercut. Sheamus brings Kofi back into the ring and Cesaro tags in. Cesaro with a reverse chin lock. Kofi with elbows and then he goes for a sunset flip but Cesaro stays on his feet and he tags Sheamus in. Sheamus and Cesaro with a double clothelsine for a near fall.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Cesaro stands over Kofi. Kofi tries for punches but Cesaro stops him and sends Kofi into the corner. Cesaro runs into boots and Kofi punches Cesaro. Kofi back drops Cesaro over the top rope to the floor but Cesaro stops Kofi from making the tag and tags in Sheamus. Sheamus misses a shoulder and hits the ring post. Big E tags in and hits two overhead belly-to-belly suplexes and follows with a belly-to-belly suplex. Big E sends Cesaro to the floor when he tries to interfere. Sheamus with a knee but Big E gets a near fall out of the corner.

Big E tags Kofi in and they set for the Midnight Hour but Sheamus escapes. Sheamus and Big E collide in the ring. Cesaro tags in and Kofi with SOS for a near fall. Cesaro with a knee to the midsection. Kofi trips Cesaro and Kofi punches Cesaro. Big E tags in and tries for the splash on the apron but Cesaro moves. Kofi comes off the apron but Sheamus catches him and hits a Finlay slam on the floor. Cesaro sends Big E back in and Sheamus tags in. They hit a double gourdbuster for a near fall.

Sheamus with a knee to the midsection and then he kicks Big E in the corner. Cesaro tags in and they make a wish with Big E. Sheamus tags in and they do it a second time. Cesaro tags back in and they go for the hat trick. Cesaro gets a near fall.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Sheamus with a single leg Boston crab on Big E. Sheamus puts Big E on the turnbuckles and Sheamus sets for a superplex. Big E blocks it and Cesaro tags in. Cesaro with a boot to the head and Sheamus tags in. Cesaro goes for a superplex and Sheamus with a knee from the turnbuckles but Big E kicks out. Sheamus kicks Big E in the back and tries for the Cloverleaf. Sheamus gets a near fall as he tries to get Big E over. Big E kicks Sheamus to the floor. Kofi gets back on the apron and Cesaro pulls Sheamus into the ring. Kofi tags in and he hits clotheslines on Cesaro and follows with the Boom Drop. Kofi sets for Trouble in Paradise but Cesaro is pulled to the floor. Kofi with a plancha trust fall onto Cesaro and Sheamus. Kofi with a double stomp for a near fall.

Kofi sends Sheamus to the floor. Kofi lands on his feet on a belly-to-back suplex attempt. Sheamus tags in and they hit a double back breaker and Sheamus gets a near fall. Sheamus sets for the Brogue Kick and Kofi avoids it. Kofi runs into an elbow and Cesaro tags in. Kofi with a forearm to Cesaro followed by a drop kick to Sheamus. Big E tags in and they set for Midnight Hour but Cesaro knocks Kofi off the turnbuckles. Sheamus and Cesaro hit a spike White Noise for a near fall. Sheamus sends Kofi into the ringside barrier.

Cesaro with a European uppercut and Big E with punches. Cesaro with the Giant Swing and Sharpshooter. Big E tries to get to the ropes but Cesaro pulls Big E into the center of the ring. Sheamus pulls Kofi away from the ring and Kofi with a tornado DDT off the ringside barrier. Big E tries to crawl across the ring and he goes to his corner but Kofi is not there. Cesaro with a crossface in the center of the ring.

BIg E picks up Cesaro and Kofi tags in. Kofi goes up top and they hit Midnight Hour for the three count.

Winners: Kofi Kingston and Big E

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Smackdown Live Results-May 1st,2018
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Sheamus and Cesaro walk in the back with their contracts and they see The New Day.

Kofi asks who do we have here? The two dudes who said they would win the Raw Tag Titles and go back to Raw. Wha happened?

Cesaro says they always wanted to stay on Smackdown so they can flatten the New day like pancakes.

Xavier rings his bell and Mr. Bootyworth has a tray of pancakes for Sheamus and Cesaro.

Cesaro asks if they put laxatives in the pancakes and the New Day say they wouldn’t do that.

Cesaro throws the tray in the air.

Sheamus says they should have a match tonight. Big E accepts the challenge, but Sheamus says he was talking to Woods and he asks Short Stack.

Woods tells Sheamus that his soul is his.

Match Number Two: Sheamus (with Cesaro) versus Xavier Woods (with Big E and Kofi Kingston)

They lock up and Sheamus sends Woods to the mat and he does it a second time. Sheamus runs Woods into the turnbuckles and then Irish whips him. Woods with a knee and chops. Sheamus with an Irish whip and Woods floats over and hits a drop kick to the knee. Sheamus catches Woods and pushes him away. Woods with a rolling elbow and drop kick to send Sheamus to the floor.

Woods with a plancha onto Sheamus. Cesaro distracts Woods on the floor and Sheamus with a knee to Woods on the apron. Sheamus gets a near fall. Sheamus with forearms across the chest and then he sends Woods throat first into the bottom rope. Sheamus chokes Woods with his boot and then he hits a short arm clothesline. Sheamus with a knee drop to the back and he applies a top wrist lock.

Woods with a jaw breaker and then he is sent to the apron. Sheamus with forearms and then he hits forearms across the chest. Woods drops Sheamus on the top rope but Sheamus with a punch and knee drop. Sheamus returns to the top wrist lock. Woods with punches but Sheamus with a uranage back breaker. Woods with punches and chops but Sheamus with a punch. Woods lands on his feet on a belly-to-back suplex attempt. Woods with a knee to the head. Woods is sent into the corner but Sheamus misses a charge into the corner and hits the ring post. Woods with a leg drop for a near fall.

Woods goes up top and leaps over Sheamus. Sheamus with a near fall. Woods with a Shining Wizard and then he goes up top but Cesaro distracts Woods. Cesaro sends Big E into the ring post. Woods with a baseball slide to Cesaro but Sheamus sends him into the ringside barrier. Woods with an inside cradle for the three count.

Winner: Xavier Woods

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RAW Results-February 26th,2018
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Match Number Five: Sheamus and Cesaro versus Titus O’Neil and Apollo (with Dana Brooke) in a Two Out of Three Falls Match for the WWE Raw Tag Team Titles

Fall Number One:

Cesaro distracts Titus and Sheamus with a Brogue Kick for the three count.

Winner of Fall: Sheamus and Cesaro

Fall Number Two:

Apollo helps Titus up and Cesaro faces Apollo. Cesaro with a knee but Apollo with a kick and cross body for a near fall. Apollo with a series of rollups for near falls. Cesaro with a punch and Sheamus tags in. Sheamus with an Irish whip but Apollo floats over and hits a drop kick for a near fall. Titus tags in and he sends Sheamus into the corner but Cesaro is tagged in. Titus with a shoulder tackle. Titus picks up Cesaro and connects with a chop. Apollo tags in and he sends Cesaro into the corner with a shoulder. Titus with a slam and Apollo with a leaping elbow drop for a near fall.

Titus tags in and they hit a double shoulder tackle. Titus with a hard Irish whip. Apollo tags in and he punches Cesaro. Apollo presses Cesaro over his head and then he hits a standing shooting star press for a near fall. Apollo kicks Sheamus off the apron and he hits a moonsault from the apron onto Sheamus and Cesaro.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Apollo punches Cesaro and tries to make the tag. Apollo with more punches and then he back drops Cesaro over the top rope to the floor. Sheamus tags in and he goes for a slam but Apollo escapes and he tags in Titus. Titus with a shoulder tackle and clothesline. Titus with punches in the corner followed by a biel. Sheamus with a boot but Titus with a power slam. Titus barks and hits a splash into the corner. Titus with a power bomb for a near fall. Apollo tags in and he hits a frog splash for a near fall. Titus sends Cesaro to the floor and Sheamus sends Titus to the floor.

Apollo with a rollup for a near fall. Apollo with an enzuigiri followed by a standing moonsault for a near fall. Cesaro pulls Titus off the apron but Titus with a clothesline. Sheamus hits Titus from behind and sends him into the ringside barrier. Apollo with a pescado. Cesaro tries to stop Apollo on the turnbuckles and Sheamus kicks Apollo to the mat. Cesaro tags in and they hit the Spike White Noise for the three count.

Winners: Sheamus and Cesaro

After the match, Sheamus and Cesaro are interviewed in the ring. Sheamus says they had their number tonight and it was zero. Cesaro says two men walked into The Bar . . . Sheamus says nobody walks into The Bar and nobody gets up. They run through the teams that have fallen to them. Sheamus asks how does his hair look. Sheamus mentions Jason Jordan and Cesaro asks ‘who’.

Sheamus says everyone wants to be part of Wrestlemania. They are going to be punished because they are so dominant. Who is there left if there is no one to beat.

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Tribute To The Troops Results-December 14th,2017
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Following an all-out brawl between The Shield and Samoa Joe & the Raw Tag Team Champions, the trios battled each other in singles competition on Raw. Although Seth Rollins defeated Sheamus, and Roman Reigns successfully defended the Intercontinental Championship against Cesaro, Samoa Joe managed to defeat Dean Ambrose – no thanks to Jason Jordan – only intensifying the rivalry further.

Despite The Big Dog being set to defend the Intercontinental Title against Samoa Joe on Raw, The Hounds of Justice were ready for a fight, and the USS Dewey provided the perfect backdrop to a Six-Man Tag Team battle pitting The Shield against Samoa Joe and the Raw Tag Team Champions.

There was certainly no love lost between the trios, but The Shield maintained a strong wave of momentum throughout the contest. Although Samoa Joe and the Raw Tag Team Champions did their best to slow The Hounds of Justice, the relentless offense and teamwork of Rollins, Ambrose and Reigns proved to be too much, as the Intercontinental Champion picked up the victory with a ring-shaking Spear to Cesaro.

After the match, The Shield took a moment to thank the brave men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces in attendance.

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Smackdown Spoilers for November 19th 2015
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Smackdown Spoilers November 19th
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Smackdown Results October,22nd
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First Match: Seth Rollins vs. Cesaro

Rollins and Cesaro lock up. Rollins tries to run away, but decides to go back into the ring. Cesaro knocks Rollins down with a series of uppercuts. Cesaro goes for the cross face, but Rollins rolls out of the ring. Rollins comes back in and gets caught in the Cesaro swing. Rollins once again goes outside the ring. Cesaro catches up to him, but Rollins sends Cesaro rib first into the barricade. Rollins sends Cesaro into the steel ring steps. Rollins with a flying knee to Cesaro for a two count. Stardust and The Ascension appear in the audience with the Stardust section. Rollins stomps on Cesaro chest in the corner. Rollins with a running forearm to Cesaro. Rollins taunts Cesaro.

Cesaro with a dropkick that sends Rollins off the top rope to the outside. Cesaro with the running uppercut that sends Rollins to the time keeper’s area. Cesaro rolls Rollins back into ring. Cesaro with a flying crossbody for a two count. Rollins is on the ring apron. Rollins goes for the sunset flip and Cesaro counters and tries to go for the Cesaro Swing and Rollins holds onto the bottom rope. Rollins with two kicks to Cesaro. Rollins dives off the top rope and eats a massive uppercut from Cesaro. Cesaro applies the cross face submission hold to Rollins. Rollins feet reach the bottom rope and Cesaro breaks the hold at the referee’s three count. Cesaro goes for a suplex and Rollins knocks Cesaro off the top rope. Rollins with the Pedigree to pickup the victory.

Winner: Seth Rollins

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Interview :GQ Magazine
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We are not being ironic when we say that professional wrestlers are some of the world’s fittest athletes. They could crush an awful lot of ballplayers. So how exactly do they stay in such great shape when they’re traveling 300-plus days a year, while dodging suplexes and power bombs at night? We asked five of the WWE’s biggest stars—including current heavyweight champ Seth Rollins—to find out. Spoiler alert: It involves a lot of Chipotle.

How difficult is it for you guys to find gyms to work out in when you’re essentially in a different city every night?

Charlotte: Every single town I get to, the first thing I do is Google a gym. And that’s just part of your life on the road. It’s like, “I have to eat breakfast. I have to work out.”

Roman Reigns: Finding gyms are the easiest part. Nowadays you plug your iPhone in and you can pretty much figure out anything.

Kofi Kingston: We can just type in a Gold’s Gym or LA Fitness or whatever.

Cesaro: I’m pretty lucky because I travel with Seth. The CrossFit community has been really, really good to us. They just open their gyms to us and we can go and workout there.

Seth Rollins: Sometimes if you go to the same gyms, the fans catch on to that and they start hanging out at the gyms. It becomes a little bit of a circus. Over the course of three years or so, I’ve been able to create a nice little Rolodex of CrossFit gyms. I’ve ingratiated myself to the community, and that allows for a much more accessible training session as far as privacy is concerned.

Roman: I think the hardest part is actually nutrition. And not just what you eat, but eating enough.

Do you have any secrets or tips to maintaining a diet when you’re constantly traveling?

Seth: I’m a huge proponent of eating real food and eating a lot if it. As athletes, we train and travel so much, a lot of times our needs are not met calorically. But I don’t like eating to be a chore, so I kind of just go with the flow. I don’t like to plan my meals ahead of time. I feel like as soon as it becomes a chore and you start thinking of it as a diet instead of a lifestyle, that’s when you start to want to cheat more and more. You get real sloppy real quick.

Roman: Big E Langston—he’s probably one of our strongest guys—he was on this thing he called “sugar window.” So if you work out hard enough, you can literally eat anything you want right after a workout. He’s like, you can eat cookies and ice cream and chocolate syrup and your body is going to use it in a proper way. And if you look at him, he’s a genetic freak. So we’d work out and then make a sprint to the building to hit up catering for a cookie or two. It wasn’t more than a week or two until we were like, “Maybe there isn’t too much science behind this thing.” Plus, I think Big E made it a “sugar garage door.”

Charlotte: I’m the type of person who has to preplan every meal, because I love food and nothing is worse than being hungry. I really try to stay away from protein bars because I love them. I could literally eat four Quest bars at one time. So say I’m on a loop from Friday to Wednesday—if I fly out on Friday morning, I’ll have all my meals prepped in my lunch box for that day. I always try to travel with tuna packets, oatmeal, nuts, peanut butter, and rice cakes. Then once I land, I’ll look up whatever grocery store they have around and I’ll buy food for Saturday and Sunday. Maybe I can pick up some apples, avocados, spinach, turkey, sliced chicken. I’ll do that right when I get in.

Is there a certain place you rely on for food when you’re on the road?

Kofi: Chipotle.

Charlotte: Or Moe’s. But only if you can’t find a Chipotle first. [laughs]

Seth: Yeah, Chipotle’s the universal one. They’re pretty much everywhere. It’s fresh ingredients. It’s quality. Now everything they have is non-GMO. If you can just get a bowl with a bunch of meat and vegetables and rice, you’re pretty set.

Roman: It’s just simple and delicious. I’ll do anywhere from two to three scoops of chicken, and then sometimes the barbacoa if the time’s right.

Cesaro: I go and get three bowls to go, and then I have my protein shake after my workouts. That’s pretty much my road diet. [laughs] I usually get brown rice and black beans. I’ll do one bowl with double chicken, one with double steak, and one with chicken and steak. It’s fresh, it’s fast, and it’s reliable.

Kofi: Anytime we can hit a Chipotle, we always stop.

You all train incredibly hard, beat yourselves up in the ring, and then you have to hop in a rental car and drive to the next city to do it all over again. How do you keep your body from falling apart?

Seth: That’s impossible, basically. The recovery is impossible. We do the best that we can, but our season doesn’t end. For the past three years, I haven’t had any extended period of time at home. The longest stretch I’ve had at home is four days in three years. And that’s legit.

Roman: The recovery process is a myth. I don’t think there is such a thing.

Cesaro: What I try to do is get a good rental car. Something that is big and comfortable that has space so I can stretch out, even when I’m driving.

Kofi: It’s funny, because you see us in the ring and we’re taking all these bumps and we’re being thrown around, and you’ll see me jump from the top rope to the outside of the ring. But what wears on the body is the travel. Like, we just flew to Victoria all the way from Florida. Those seats go back like 53 degrees! So you’re sitting in an awkward position, your legs are numb and your lower back is hurting, and then once you land you have to get in a car and drive for two or three more hours. So that is really what takes the most toll on my body.

Charlotte: Sleep is so important. And you’ll laugh at me, but I always have a jug of water with me. Sleep and hydrating I think are the most important things.

A lot of people swear by supplements to help with recovery, but traveling with that stuff can be difficult.

Roman: Those big old protein tubs are a pain in the ass. It’s happened to Seth before where one just busted open. We were sitting in the rental car parking lot about to pick up the car, and he’s just dumping out his whole checked bag, chocolate protein powder going everywhere. It was terrible.

Cesaro: Actually, one of my protein bags just kind of exploded in my bag.

Kofi: If anyone has ever had protein powder spill in their bag, you only let that happen to you one time. You have to double bag it. Plus traveling with the actual tubs of protein takes up so much unnecessary space.

Charlotte: I’ll take my protein powder and put it in a little Ziploc baggie. So like, six Ziploc bags with a scoop of protein powder in each. And then I’ll stuff it in my actual shaker bottle.

Seth: My protein comes in bags now, which is nice. As you use them, they get smaller and smaller. So I’ll fold the bag and roll it under, and then I wrap a rubber band around it so it stays closed. Then I will put the bag inside of a Ziploc bag, so that shit ain’t going nowhere.

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