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20 Nov 2017




     WWE Raw preview, Nov. 20, 2017

How will Alexa Bliss, The Miz and “The Bar” handle defeat to SmackDown LIVE?

Despite Raw’s impressive showing last night, four of Team Red’s most boastful Superstars — Intercontinental Champion The Miz, Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss and Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus — were momentarily silenced by U.S. Champion Baron Corbin, SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair and SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos, respectively.

Although Team Red ultimately won the night, those losses had to sting. How will The A-Lister, Little Miss Bliss and “The Bar” respond to these disappointing defeats?

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15 Nov 2017




     Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair

Bliss, meet Flair.

Alexa Bliss’ month of preparation for SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya went out the window after Charlotte Flair dethroned The Queen of Harts as Team Blue’s titleholder, setting up a Champion vs. Champion Match at Survivor Series between the only two Superstars to hold the Women’s Titles of both brands.

Alexa’s story as Raw Women’s Champion is well known by this point: After starting the year as SmackDown Women’s Champion, she moved to the red side in the Superstar Shake-up and held down the fort for the most of 2017, denying challengers such as Bayley, Sasha Banks, Nia Jax and Mickie James.

Charlotte, on the other hand, has been in the unfamiliar position of chasing a title for most of this year: After losing the Raw Women’s Title to Bayley in January, she came to SmackDown LIVE in the Superstar Shake-up and found Team Blue’s top prize to be just beyond her grasp. She had even been set to compete on the Women’s Survivor Series team after defeating Natalya by disqualification — but not winning the title — at WWE Hell in a Cell.

However, a last-minute ruling by SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon gave The Nature Girl one more opportunity at the title, and Charlotte did not disappoint, defeating Natalya to win her first SmackDown Women’s Championship. The emotional victory prompted a celebration with her father, Ric Flair, who made a surprise appearance — his first after a major health scare — to congratulate his daughter.

With her classically flippant attitude toward her challengers, Alexa is likely unimpressed by this comeback, which, in fairness, is the same song she’s been singing for a while now: After WWE TLC, the Raw Talk panel floated the idea about what would happen if Alexa were to face Charlotte, and “The Goddess of WWE” was dismissive at best. That attitude certainly reflects her skills as champion, but now, it’s a response she can no longer afford.

Tune in to Survivor Series to see which woman will claim victory in the head-to-head competition for brand supremacy, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network this Sunday at a special start time of 7 ET/4 PT.

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5 Nov 2017




     WWE Raw Preview: Nov. 6, 2017

Will Raw’s titleholders still be standing tall for the Champion vs. Champion Match at Survivor Series?

Last week, both Miz and Alexa Bliss were forced to defend their titles, even though they are scheduled to face SmackDown’s champions at Survivor Series. In addition, the WWE Universe found out on Thursday that WWE Champion Jinder Mahal will put his title on the line against AJ Styles this Tuesday on SmackDown LIVE.

Translation: No titleholder’s championship reign is secure between now and Sunday, Nov. 19. But who, if anyone, will fall from their place of glory?

Don’t miss Raw, Monday night at 8/7 C on USA Network

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31 Oct 2017




     WWE Raw results, Oct. 30, 2017

Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss def. Mickie James

Dressed in her finest Chucky cosplay, Alexa Bliss may indeed be a “bad gal.” That said, she’s as dominant a champion as ever. Forced by Kurt Angle to defend her Raw Women’s Title against Mickie James once again after insinuating the Raw GM should cut the six-time Women’s Champion, Alexa faced as formidable a challenge from James this time around as she did at WWE TLC.

Little Miss Bliss adjusted her own offense accordingly, ratcheting up the intensity to stave off her opponent. James answered in kind, and the champion briefly attempted to take a count-out, only to be dragged back into the ring. But when James turned to the ref after a flurry of pinfall attempts, Bliss put her down quickly, and ruthlessly, with a right hand to the face. The win was hardly child’s play, but love Alexa or hate her, she might just have deserved it.

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24 Oct 2017




     Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya

The WWE Universe will witness history at WWE Survivor Series when, for the first time ever, the Raw Women’s Champion and SmackDown Women’s Champion collide, as Team Red’s Alexa Bliss squares off against Team Blue’s Natalya in a battle for brand supremacy. To quote Stephanie McMahon’s theme song, “Welcome to the Queendom.”

In lieu of WWE Survivor Series being the night brand supremacy is decided, Bliss and Natalya will face off in a contest to see which brand’s Women’s division is best. The “goddess” of WWE and Queen of Black Harts squared off during Little Miss Bliss’ time on SmackDown LIVE, but Bliss has ascended to a completely new level of confidence and skill since being drafted to Raw earlier this year.

Will Alexa’s monumental 2017 continue with a victory in this historic contest? Or, will Natalya’s experience prove to be vital in establishing her as the top titleholder in this Champion vs. Champion showdown on the 30th anniversary of WWE Survivor Series? Find out at WWE Survivor Series, streaming live on WWE Network on Sunday, Nov. 19, at 7 ET/4 PT

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24 Oct 2017




     WWE Raw results, Oct. 23, 2017

Mickie James confronted Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss

Does Alexa Bliss deserve more respect than she gets? By any measure, the self-dubbed “Goddess” of WWE has been a successful Raw Women’s Champion. Dominant, even. And with SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya lying in wait at WWE Survivor Series, Alexa has the opportunity to claim cross-brand supremacy.

But Bliss found herself uncharacteristically riled up by the audience’s refusal to tell her “You deserve it,” as the WWE Universe instead poured out their adulation for Mickie James after her heartfelt effort against Bliss in their WWE TLC title bout. When the audience still refrained from giving Bliss her props, the six-time Women’s Champion James arrived to plant Bliss with a pitch-perfect DDT — the only thing, Mickie said, Alexa truly deserved.

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23 Oct 2017




     WWE TLC 2017 results

Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss def. Mickie James

Mickie James did everything she was supposed to do at WWE TLC. She came ready to fight, brought a chip on her shoulder, and even embarrassed Alexa Bliss by chasing her away and slapping her, erm, biscuit butt, when she tried to flee. And it still wasn’t enough to make her the Raw Women’s Champion.
Alexa still holds that distinction despite the all-world efforts of James, who (in a stroke of irony) was originally brought back into the fold as an ally of Bliss during Little Miss Bliss’ days as SmackDown Women’s Champion. That gave the challenger some familiarity with the champion’s move set, and James’ veteran abilities quickly showed Alexa that she might have bitten off more than she could chew when she tried to frame James’ veteran status as an old lady trying to relive her glory days. James’ three consecutive kip-ups each time Alexa slammed Mickie onto the mat were certainly a far cry from geriatric, to say nothing of the savage elbows and pinpoint kicks that James thought would carry her to Title No. 7.

What Mickie perhaps didn’t count on was that Alexa would resort to dirty tactics, but the champ did just that, nearly yanking James’ arm out of its socket before focusing exclusively on a torturous array of shoulder submissions. Despite being clearly hampered by the injury, James transitioned seamlessly to using both her educated feet and her good arm, pausing only occasionally for a high-risk maneuver like a top-rope dropkick.

The bout got so intense that the WWE Universe thought for a moment that tables were going to get involved. But inches from the brink, it took only one quick sequence by Bliss — yanking Mickie face-first into the turnbuckle and striking with a DDT — to put the match away. And even though an emotional James could barely hold back her tears in a post-match interview, she promised the WWE Universe this wouldn’t be the last time she contended for a Women’s Title. It’s tough not to believe her; As the chant goes, she’s still got it.

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16 Oct 2017




     WWE Raw preview, Oct. 16, 2017

Has Alexa Bliss made a massive mistake for the “ages”?

Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss clearly isn’t one to respect her elders, but after Mickie James’ Little Miss Bliss beatdown this past Monday night, she might need to start.

“The Goddess of WWE’s” mind games have lit a fire within the six-time Women’s Champion, making it seem all the more likely that she’ll add a seventh reign to her list of accolades when she battles Alexa at WWE TLC. Will the increasingly aggressive Mickie keep the arrogant titleholder on the defensive before their title showdown?

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3 Oct 2017




     WWE Raw results, Oct. 2, 2017

Mickie James def. Nia Jax via Disqualification

With Mickie James circling Alexa Bliss, it appears the Raw Women’s Champion and Nia Jax’s on-again-off-again partnership is on, again. Though, if what happened during Jax’s bout with Mickie (a match seemingly finagled by Alexa after a backstage prank put James in the path of Little Miss Bliss’ occasional enforcer) is any indication, even that might not be enough to hold James back in the long run.

Not only did Mickie refuse to give in despite a powerful display from Jax, the six-time Women’s Champion James pulled off a miracle reversal to hit a tornado DDT off the ropes. The move seemed like such a surefire match-ender that Bliss broke up the ensuing pinfall attempt, handing James a disqualification victory. A post-match Mick Kick to Little Miss Bliss left Alexa humiliated for the second straight week, but her combined effort against both Superstars was enough to land Mickie what she was looking for since the beginning: A Raw Women’s Title Match at WWE TLC.

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3 Oct 2017




     Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. Mickie James

Mickie James will have the opportunity to reclaim her former glory and capture her seventh Women’s Title when she steps into the squared circle against the very formidable Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss at WWE TLC on Sunday, Oct. 22.

Ironically, when Mickie returned to WWE this past January, it was to help Alexa retain the gold when she was part of SmackDown LIVE. However, the reemerging Superstar quickly learned what so many ladies have found out the hard way: The “goddess of WWE” only has one loyal friend where the title is concerned: herself. While that approach might not seem so nice, you can’t argue with the results of a proven winning strategy.

However, after retaining her Raw Women’s Title in a Fatal 5-Way Match in September at WWE No Mercy, Alexa once again drew the ire of the celebrated competitor when she made the mistake of bad-mouthing Mickie on a post pay-per-view edition of Raw Talk. Dismissing Mickie as being an “old lady” the following week on Raw, her words were met with a pair of slaps and a fierce kick that sent Little Miss Bliss tumbling out of the ring.

Following some backstage antics at her expense one week later, Mickie went on to fight a tough battle against Alexa’s on again/off again best friend, Nia Jax. When Alexa got involved, Mickie walked away with the victory by disqualification.

In the aftermath, Mickie’s impressive victory over Nia as well as her decorated history led Raw General Manager Kurt Angle to award the former champion a title match on Sunday, Oct. 22.

Like her or hate her, outspoken four-time Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss can back up every word she says in the ring. However, does Mickie James still have what it takes to overcome the crafty champion and reclaim her spot at the top of the mountain? Find out what will happen, Sunday, Oct. 22, at 8 ET/5 PT.

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