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Results of Saturday’s/Sunday’s Premier League matches

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The premier league kicked of their match day 2 in style and brought many entertaining matches

The matches started off with Everton vs West Brom which featured the debut of former Real Madrid player James Rodriguez. The match Ended in a 5-2 victory for Everton with Rodriguez scoring a goal and assisting many

 

The second match of Saturday featured Leeds who just came out of relegation to face Fulham. The match Ended in a 4-3 victory for Leeds which puts them at No 9 on the table.

The third match of Saturday was Manchester United vs Crystal Palace which ended as a 1-3 victory for Crystal Palace as the Red devil’s loose their first match at home for the season.

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Saturdays last match featured Arsenal Vs West Ham which ended In a 2-1 victory for the FA cup champions

Sundays matched kicked off with a 5-2 Victor for Tottenham Hotspurs against Southampton with Heung Son min scoring four goals all assisted by Harry Kane who also scored the last goal.

Second match of the day was Newcastle vs Brighton which featured a 3-0 loss for Newcastle

The third match Featured premier league Champions Liverpool against Chelsea which ended in a two nill victory for the champions.

Last match of the day saw Leicester City defeat Burnley 4-2 as they seal their place as top of the table.

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Here are matches that will hold today

Aston Villa vs Sheffield United (6pm)

Wolves vs Manchester City (8pm)

 

 

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Monday Night Raw results 10th November 2020

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Monday Night Raw results 10th November 2020

Survivor Series Second Chance Qualifier: Elias vs. Riddle vs. Jeff Hardy

as the “Bro!” chant breaks out. Riddle hits the ring and the pyro goes off.

The bell rings and they go at it. Hardy gets beat down in the corner. They all trade pin attempts early on. We see AJ Styles and his muscle Jordan Omogbehin watching the match backstage. Elias fights off Riddle and Hardy from the corner now. Riddle pulls Hardy to the floor and they brawl. Elias runs the ropes and nails a dropkick through the ropes to Riddle.

Elias follows to the floor and sends Hardy face-first into the ring post twice. Elias launches Riddle into the barrier and then levels Hardy with a big clothesline at ringside. Back to commercial with Elias in control. (Monday Night Raw)

 

Hardy drops Elias with a jawbreaker. Elias and Hardy trade shots. Hardy mounts offense and hits the inverted Atomic Drop. Riddle also catches an inverted Atomic Drop. Hardy back-drops Riddle. Hardy with some of his signature moves on Elias in the middle of the ring for a 2 count. Riddle scoops Hardy but he slides out and shoves Riddle out of the ring. Elias blocks a Twist of Fate and hits the Drift Away for a close 2 count as Riddle runs in and breaks it up.

Riddle with big kicks while Elias is on his knees. Elias catches a kick but Riddle keeps fighting and hits the Fisherman’s suplex for a 2 count as Hardy breaks it up. Hardy blocks the Bro Derek Tombstone. Hardy leaps off Riddle’s back with Poetry In Motion to Elias in the corner for a pop, sending Elias out. Riddle blocks Twist of Fate and they tangle in the middle of the ring. Riddle gets the upperhand with big strikes. Hardy blocks the kick. Elias stops Hardy from hitting a Twist of Fate to Riddle with a leaping knee strike out of nowhere, sending Hardy out. Elias and Riddle go at it now. Riddle catches Elias in the middle of the ring with the Bro Derek for the pin to win and get the Survivor Series spot.

Winner: Riddle

 

Lana vs. Shayna Baszler (Monday Night Raw)

Rose and Brooke are on commentary now. Lana tries to fight but Baszler rams her back into the corner. Baszler with strikes now as the referee warns her. Lana fights back again but Baszler clubs her to the mat. Baszler holds Lana’s arm down with a boot and stomps on it. Baszler misses a running knee in the corner and hits the turnbuckle.

Lana tries to capitalize but Baszler ends up hitting a big gutwrench suplex. Baszler keeps control and tries to put Lana away but she kicks out. Baszler goes on and applies the Kirifuda Clutch in the middle of the ring for the win.

Winner: Shayna Baszler

 

Riddle and Keith Lee vs. Sheamus and Braun Strowman

 

Sheamus and AJ argue some more. AJ gets hit with another kick by Riddle as he argues with Sheamus. Lee and Strowman both come in and go at it now, colliding with each other as the match falls apart. AJ gets caught in between them and he goes down. AJ’s muscle, Jordan Omogbehin, steps over the top rope and readies for a fight now as Strowman stares him down. AJ stumbles to get back to his feet, trying to get in between Jordan and Strowman. We go back to commercial. (Monday Night Raw)

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The Lee vs. Strowman battle continues as AJ looks on. Sheamus tags in and ends up hitting a big Brogue but Riddle nails a German on him for a 2 count. Riddle yells at Sheamus to get up. Riddle with running right hands to Sheamus and then Strowman on the apron but Strowman catches him. Sheamus takes advantage and levels Riddle. Sheamus calls for the Brogue but Strowman tags himself in. Strowman with the running splash in the corner, then a big toss to Riddle, then anther running splash in the corner.

Strowman scoops Riddle for the powerslam but Sheamus tags in. They argue. Sheamus knocks Strowman off the apron with a Brogue. Riddle takes advantage and rolls Sheamus up from behind for the pin to win.

Winners: Riddle and Keith Lee

 

WWE United States Title Match: Titus O’Neil vs. Bobby Lashley

The bell rings and MVP reminds Titus O’Neil that this is happening above the ring, not under it. Bobby Lashley comes from behind swinging but Titus fights him off. Titus unload and takes MVP to the corner with shoulder thrusts.

Lashley charges and ducks a clothesline. Lashley comes right back with a big Spear. MVP barks orders and Lashley goes right into The Hurt Lock. Lashley briefly rag-dolls Titus and makes him submit for the win.

Winner: Bobby Lashley (Monday Night Raw)

 

RAW Women’s Champion Asuka vs. WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Nia Jax

 

 

The bell rings and Jax strikes first. Asuka fights back and goes for an arm bar submission in the middle of the ring. Jax tries to roll out but Asuka takes her down and ends up keeping it applied. Jax escapes to the floor and tries to pull Asuka out. Jax launches Asuka head-first into the barrier and she hits hard. They both go down on the floor at ringside as RAW goes back to commercial.

Back from the break and Asuka fights free with a jawbreaker. Asuka with a front guillotine in the middle of the ring. Jax powers up with a big suplex as the others look on. Jax yells out and at Asuka while she’s down, bullying her some as fans boo. Jax sends Asuka back to the corner. Jax with a running corner splash. Jax with an arrogant cover for a 2 count. Asuka counters a powerbomb and rolls Jax up for a close 2 count.

Asuka fights free from anther hold and unloads, nailing a spinning back-fist. Asuka with the Hip Attack for a close 2 count. Asuka with kicks while Jax is on her knees. Jax catches a kick and turns it into a powerbomb for 2. Asuka immediately turns that into an armbar. Lana gets on the apron but Baszler grabs her from behind on the apron with the Kirifuda Clutch. Asuka knocks them of the apron with the Hip Attack. More back and forth between Asuka and Jax now. Baszler hits the ring and attacks Asuka to save Jax as the referee calls the match.

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Winner by DQ: Asuka (Monday Night Raw)

 

Fatal 7 Way for the WWE 24/7 Title:

We go to the ring and out comes WWE 24/7 Champion R-Truth, looking confused. Back to commercial.

Akira Tozawa, Erik, Tucker, Lince Dorado, Gran Metalik, and Drew Gulak are in the ring. R-Truth slowly steps back through the ropes. The bell rings and they all surround Truth then beat him down. Tozawa drops Truth for the pin to win the title while the other Superstars are brawling.

Winner and New WWE 24/7 Champion: Akira Tozawa

– After the match, Tozawa is announced as the winner but he goes to run but Erik rolls him up for the pin to win the title. Gulak then rolls Erik for the title change. Gulak returns to the ring but Tucker rolls him up for the pin. Gulak holds the pin to take the title back. Tucker holds that roll-up pin to take the title back. Tucker fights off Lince, then Truth drops him with a big kick. Gulak comes from behind but Truth tangles with him. Erik hits a big knee to Truth’s face. Gulak clotheslines Erik. Everyone is getting involved again as chaos breaks out. The melee ends with Metalik pinning Tucker to win the title. Lince then rolls his friend up to win the title. Lince and Metalik haves some words now. Truth comes from behind and hits the Attitude Adjustment on Metalik to take the title back. Truth runs away with the title as the other Superstars chase him.

Mustafa Ali vs. Ricochet

 

Ali ends up sending Ricochet face-first into the turnbuckle. Ali takes Ricochet from corner to corner, keeping control while the others taunt him. Ricochet fights back off the ropes but Ali kicks him and then delivers a snap suplex for a 2 count. More back and forth now. Ali kicks Ricochet in the face, then chops him. Ricochet counters with a big back body drop for a pop. Ali sends Ricochet to the corner. Ali counters and gets sent to the apron. They tangle on the apron some and Ali gets slammed out to the floor for a pop. Ricochet rolls Ali back in and goes to follow but the others surround him, taunting him as he stands on the apron. Ricochet goes back through the ropes to the ring but Ali decks him as we go back to a break. (Monday Night Raw)

 

Ali hits a huge super backbreaker Backstabber from the second rope. The crowd pops and somehow Ricochet kicks out. No one can believe it. Ali yells in Ricochet’s face while he’s down, and slaps him. Ali goes on about how he’s trying to help Ricochet. Ricochet with a big forearm. Ricochet nails a reverse hurricanrana, spiking him to the mat. Ricochet leaps to the top and flies out to the floor, taking down the others in RETRIBUTION for a pop.

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Ricochet goes back to the top for the 630 but Ali moves and Ricochet lands hard. Ali goes right into the Koji Clutch in the middle of the ring. Ricochet goes out and taps for the finish.

Winner: Mustafa Ali

 

Randy Orton, The Miz and John Morrison vs. Drew McIntyre and The New Day

 

The bell rings and Morrison starts off with Drew, getting leveled after an incident with Orton. Drew smirks at Orton and keeps the attack going on Morrison. Woods tags in but Morrison ends up turning it around on him. Woods ducks a few attempts from Morrison and drops him with a forearm to the face. Kofi ends up tagging and in and flying at Morrison to take him down for a quick pin attempt. More back and forth now between the two teams. Miz has some words with Orton about not wanting to tag in.

Morrison tags in and takes over on Kofi. Kofi hits a big scissors takedown from the corner. Miz runs in but The New Day double teams him and sends him to the floor, right next to Morrison. Woods and Kofi run the ropes and take down Miz and Morrison on the floor. Drew taunts Orton as we go to commercial.

 

More back and forth now. Woods takes Miz down and they both look to make hot tags. Morrison and Drew tag in. Morrison unloads on Drew as the crowd cheers him on. Miz runs in but Drew launches him over his head. Drew with a huge overhead throw on Miz and Morrison at the same time. Orton is on the apron now, scowling. Drew smiles at him. Drew leaps into a big neckbreaker on Morrison, sending a message to Orton as fans cheer him on. Drew drops Morrison with the Futureshock DDT, keeping eyes locked with Orton.

Morrison keeps taunting Orton and talking trash while working over Orton’s partners. Drew begs Orton to tag in. Orton looks to tag in off Morrison but he changes his mind. Fans boo. Orton ends up dropping off the apron and walking away. Morrison takes advantage and rolls Drew up from behind for a close 2 count. Kofi helps Drew and goes for Miz. Morrison runs the ropes and flies out, taking Kofi down on the floor. Miz with a Spinebuster on Drew but gets taken out. Drew ends up dropping Morrison with the Glasgow Kiss headbutt to prevent a springboard. Drew waits in the corner and counts down with fans as Morrison recovers. Orton watches as Drew charges with the Claymore, leveling Morrison for the pin to win.

Winners: Drew McIntyre and The New Day (Monday Night Raw)

Source: wrestlinginc.com

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Smackdown results 6th November 2020 (WWE)

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Results of WWE NXT Wednesday, November 4, 2020

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Results of WWE NXT Wednesday, November 4, 2020

WWE NXT Results—Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Dakota Kai def. Ember Moon

After her star-making performance last week, Raquel Gonzalez seems out of place just standing ringside during a Dakota Kai match. She’s NXT’s version of Wardlow.

WWE wasted very little time taking the shine off a returning Ember Moon with this shocking results

KUSHIDA def. Cameron Grimes

Matches like this can go a long way in reminding WWE that Cameron Grimes is more than a midcard comedy heel with a funny accent.

The fact that KUSHIDA seems like he’s in a holding pattern tells me the same can be said about current NXT champion Finn Balor. (Results)

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Drake Maverick and Killian Dain vs. Ever-Rise; Pat McAfee Calls out Undisputed Era

Pat McAfee and his new crew received the picture-in-picture treatment for their entrance, right up until they actually hit the ring.

NXT could have found better chum bait than the rising team of Drake Maverick and Killian Dain for this segment.

Pete Dunn’s expression didn’t change throughout this entire segment. (Results)

The promo after this match marks the first time in my life I ever chose a Pat McAfee promo over a Young Bucks match.

Toni Storm def. Shotzi Blackheart

They need to raise the stakes of this Punk Rock-centric match and ban the loser from wearing Doc Martens.

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This match had no business on free TV.

I would have been perfectly fine with the double-countout they teased. Shotzi deserved it.

Shotzi Blackheart looked quite foolish as a grown babyface sobbing over a Fisher Price toy. (Results)

Thatch as Thatch Can—Live Exhibition

All things considered, Timothy Thatcher is really an engaging teacher. I actually learned something during this segment.

Timothy Thatcher’s reasoning that somebody tapping for their lives (during an exhibition!) could be luring him into a false sense of security is as cynical as it gets.

Tommaso Ciampa vs. Velveteen Dream

Velveteen Dream is a big fan of NWO tribute merchandise.

Tommaso Ciampa and KUSHIDA one-on-one has such potential to be a great NXT TakeOver match.

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It’s fair to question whether or not Velveteen Dream will win another match in 2020. Good thing he’s still young, because at this point, Dream may not win for the rest of his 20s. (Results)

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