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Smackdown Results August,20th,2015
Posted by   |   Date: Aug 21, 2015   |   Read more

Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose cut a promo on The Wyatt Family backstage.  Roman says, “You won’t be running your mouths after SummerSlam, because you will be crapping out your teeth boys!”  Dean goes into the fact that he has to use his originality to win and can’t use pliers or torches and can easily be DQ’ed.  Randy Orton even joins them as he gets a pretty brutal bit in on Sheamus and how he wants to mutilate him at SummerSlam.  Cesaro comes in and at the end with, “Wow.  You guys are pretty messed up.  I just want to beat Kevin Owens and maybe get a new T-shirt.”

 

Roman, Ambrose, Cesaro, & Orton vs. Bray, Harper, Owens, & Sheamus

Sheamus and Orton start off with Sheamus being distracted by the fans “You Look Stupid!” chant that makes him almost back into an early RKO.  He avoids it, however, and escapes to the outside…clutching his Money in the Bank briefcase.  He tags out to Kevin Owens and Cesaro hurries to get tagged in, landing a Stalling Suplex while Owens tried to punch his way out of it unsuccessfully.  Luke Harper and Dean Ambrose are tagged in and we get little previews of SummerSlam back-to-back-to-back.  Basement clothesline by Dean on Harper for a two-count.  Roman is tagged in, hits the same move more or less.  Bray is soon tagged and tosses Roman from corner to corner, but gets hit with a Roman clothesline.  Harper and Cesaro become legal and begin trading European Uppercuts before Cesaro is able to hit a Sunset Flip from the apron for a two-count.  Owens then interrupts his Cesaro Swing attempt on Harper.

Bray is tagged in and hits a nasty Avalanche on Cesaro in the corner and tags out to Sheamus.  Release Vertical Suplex by Sheamus on Cesaro, and Owens is tagged in.  Corner Cannonball by Owens on Cesaro, really slowing down The Swiss Superman with a close two-count.  Returning from commercial, we see Sheamus land a Finlay Roll on Cesaro and Bray hit a nasty Senton on him, as does Owens.  Cesaro tries to fight back out of the corner, but gets an Irish Curse Backbreaker for his troubles.  So far, this really seems like a GYSI type match as Cesaro finally hits a dropkick and gets the hot tag to Roman Reigns.  Several clotheslines in the corner for Sheamus followed by his “Drive-By” Dropkick on the apron.  Owens gets tagged in and owned with a Samoan Drop.  Sheamus tries to mimic the women with a tainted win, but only gets a two-count.  Sheamus calls for the Brogue Kick, turns for a cheap shot to Orton, and turns back around to get wasted by a Superman Punch from Roman!

Luke Harper and Dean Ambrose are tagged in and the bout speeds up quite a bit as Dean unloads his move set on Luke Harper and dumps him outside after his nod to Nigel McGuiness and his Jawbreaker Clothesline.  Owens breaks up a close two-count on Harper by Dean with a Senton.  Several finishers hit out of nowhere until the ultimate out-of-nowhere move, the RKO is hit.  More finishers ensue until Dean is able to wrangle Luke Harper up for Dirty Deeds and the win!SD_832_Photo_117-1974663369

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Interview :GQ Magazine
Posted by   |   Date: Aug 19, 2015   |   Read more

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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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Smackdown Spoilers for August 20th 2015
Posted by   |   Date: Aug 19, 2015   |   Read more

Randy Orton, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Cesaro cut promos backstage about their SummerSlam matches.

Orton, Ambrose, Reigns and Cesaro defeated Sheamus, Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Kevin Owens in the main event. The match started with Sheamus and Orton. The heels controlled most of the match with a lot of quick tags. Ambrose got a hot tag and hit Dirty Deeds on Harper for the pin. The babyfaces celebrated to end SmackDown.

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RAW RESULTS AUGUST,17TH,2015
Posted by   |   Date: Aug 19, 2015   |   Read more

Cesaro and Randy Orton vs. Sheamus and Kevin Owens

Orton makes his way to the ring to a pop. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and out comes Cesaro to a big pop. There are some “Cesaro Section” signs in the crowd again tonight. Kevin Owens is out next followed by Sheamus. Cesaro and Owens starts off but Owens immediately tags. It ends up being Sheamus and Orton going at it but Sheamus retreats to the floor and stalls more before they get physical. Sheamus stalls some more but Orton drops him with a pair of shoulders. Sheamus scrambles back to the floor for more stalling. Sheamus tag sin Owens, who stops Orton from tagging and goes to work on him. Orton comes out of the corner with a clothesline. He tags in Cesaro. Cesaro stops Owens from tagging and hits a big suplex. Cole points out the “Cesaro Section” signs in the crowd. Fans start chanting for Cesaro as he hits a big uppercut off the second rope. Owens retreats to the floor and we go to commercial.

Owens tosses Orton out to the floor and follows but Orton kicks him and back drops him on the barrier. Orton crawls in to make a tag but Sheamus tags in and stops him. Orton kicks him away and tags in Cesaro. Cesaro unloads on Sheamus with uppercuts. Cesaro with the running uppercuts in the corners. Cesaro drops Sheamus with a clothesline and goes to the top for a crossbody. Sheamus kicks out at 2. Cesaro goes for the Cesaro Swing but Sheamus makes it to the bottom rope. Sheamus with a powerslam. Sheamus goes to the top but Cesaro catches him in mid-air with an uppercut for a 2 count. Sheamus counters a Neutralizer but eats an uppercut. Orton tag in but Sheamus doesn’t see it. Cesaro fights Sheamus and Owens on the apron. Orton comes up on Sheamus and hits the draping DDT. Owens blocks the RKO but Orton goes right into the RKO on Sheamus. Cesaro pulls Owens out as Orton covers Sheamus for the win.

Winners: Randy Orton and Cesaro

 

 

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