Kurt Angle makes a Fatal 4-Way to determine the #1 Contender for Alexa Bliss and her Raw Women’s Championship. The participants are Bayley, Mickie James, Alicia Fox and Sasha Banks The match starts after a short break. James and Fox are out on the floor. Bayley and Banks square off. James and Fox attack them from behind. Banks puts Fox in the Banks Statement. Bayley breaks it up. Banks sends Bayley out of the ring with a high knee. James neckbreakers Banks. James and Banks knock each other down.
Paige’s music hits. Paige walks out on the stage to a huge pop. Paige asks the crowd if they missed her. Paige says she didn’t mean to interrupt their business but she has something she needs to say “I’m back!” Paige says she didn’t come alone. Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose attack Bayley from behind. Banks tries to help but she gets the crap beaten out of her. Paige kicks Bayley in the chest. Alicia Fox runs away. Rose butterfly busters Banks. Paige destroys Bayley with the Rampaige. The trio celebrate dominating the Women’s Division.
After the commercial, Paige, Mandy and Sonya are walking backstage. Paige is about to speak to Renee Young. Bliss interrupts. Paige introduces Bliss to Deville and Rose. Bliss says nice to meet you but Rose and Deville stare daggers at her. Paige kicks Bliss in the gut. Rose, Deville, and Paige beat down Bliss.
Make sure you check out the latest Glampire Diaries, where Paige get’s her assistant Joey to do her makeup. Go take a look and check out screen captures using the links provided.
The Survivor Series is absolutely packed with talent and mouthwatering matches – but there are some big names who are currently not scheduled to appear on the show.
In this era of expecting the unexpected in WWE, it is almost guaranteed that there will be some twists and turns at the hotly-anticipated pay-per-view in Atlanta.
Of the superstars not currently booked at the annual elimination extravaganza, who may yet play a pivotal part in the event?
Several social media postings from WWE superstars confirmed the appearance of Paige backstage at Monday Night Raw in Atlanta this week, prompting widespread speculation she was about to be added to the Raw team for the women’s elimination match.
Instead, it was Bayley who beat Mickie James and Dana Brooke in a triple threat match to book her spot in Alicia Fox’s squad.
However… the next night, Charlotte Flair won the SmackDown title by beating Natalya, meaning it will be The Queen who faces Alexa Bliss in the champion-against-champion match in Houston.
Natalya will not compete in the match, freeing up a spot for an as-yet-unknown competitor.
Paige has been training at the Performance Center for some time and her presence at television this week appears to be almost guaranteed.
But if recent WWE history has taught us anything, it is that now – more than ever – the unexpected should be expected. A monumental swerve could be pulled – there could be a roster switch, a one-off comeback from a retired veteran, an NXT call-up, anything.
Nothing will be known for sure until the competitor’s music hits on what promises to be an evening of shocks and surprises up and down the card.
Source: Sky Sports
Divas Championship Match
Paige vs. Charlotte
Charlotte grapples around Paige. Paige with knees to the midsection of Charlotte. Paige knocks Charlotte off the top rope. Paige bounces Charlotte face first off the announce table. Paige with abdominal stretch to Charlotte. Paige with a sleeper hold to Charlotte. Charlotte gets out. Paige with a superkick to Charlotte for a two count. Charlotte with a big boot to Paige. Charlotte locks in the Figure Four Leg Lock. Charlotte drags Paige to the ring apron. Charlotte sends Paige face first to the ring apron. Charlott with a boot to the back of Paige. Charlotte with two knees of the face of Paige. Charlotte continues to ground Paige.
Paige sends Charlotte shoulder first to the ring post. Paige knocks Charlotte off the ring apron. Paige with rights hand to Charlotte. Paige applies pressure to Charlotte back. Paige with a single leg chin lock. Charlotte gets Paige in the pinning position for a two count. Paige still has her submission hold locked in. Paige with a running knee to Charlotte. Charlotte with a neck breaker to Paige. Charlotte and Paige with back and forth right hands. Charlotte with a spear to Paige. Charlotte with the Natural Selection to Paige and Paige rolls to the outside. Paige bounces Charlotte head on the ring apron. Paige irish whips Charlotte to the barricade. Charlotte spears Paige off the barricade. Charlotte with the Figure Eight and Paige taps out.
Traditional Survivor Series Match
Paige & Cameron & Summer Rae & Layla vs. Natalya & Emma & Naomi & Alicia Fox
Paige and Nattie tie up and Nattie applies a headscissors, then Emma tries to pin Layla before Paige slams her head into the turnbuckles. Paige heads up top but Emma punches her and hits a superplex, then Cameron tags in and punches Emma in the back of the head. Cameron slaps her and heads to the apron but Emma knocks her down, then Naomi gets the tag and knocks Cameron down and gets a bridging pin for the first elimination. Naomi kicks Summer in the face and they trade some shots, then Alicia hits all three opponents with a crossbody that sends them outside. Alicia calls them chicken and Layla gets back in, then Alicia hits a backbreaker for the next elimination.
Summer dives towards the corner but Alicia catches her and slams her into the turnbuckles, then Nattie clotheslines her and chases Paige off the apron. Nattie kicks Summer and clotheslines her, then she whips her but Summer reverses it and Paige kicks her in the back. Nattie tries to put Paige in a Sharpshooter but Summer runs in and kicks her, then Emma hits some elbows off the tag and applies the Dil-Emma. Emma hits an Emma-mite Sandwich, then she applies Emma Lock and Summer taps out. Paige kicks Nattie and slams her on the mat, then Naomi gets the tag and slams Paige head first on the mat and gets the win.
Winners: Natalya & Alicia Fox & Naomi & Emma
All week long, the WWE Universe was watching and waiting for Paige to make her WWE return on Raw or SmackDown Live. It’s been over a year since she appeared on WWE television and so much has changed. A lot of people remain hopeful that she will be returning this Sunday for WWE Survivor Series. That remains a possibility, but it’s coming to light that WWE officials have some specific plans for her WWE comeback.
It’s being reported that WWE officials were never planning for Paige to make her return to WWE television this week or at ‘Survivor Series.‘ Apparently, the plan has always been for her to wait until after the PPV to make her comeback. On paper, that means the WWE Universe should continue watching next week to see if Paige returns to Monday Night Raw or SmackDown Live. At this point, she could return to either brand.
It’s important to note that WWE officials have made a ton of changes to the ‘Survivor Series‘ card, so it still isn’t out of the question for Paige to return on Sunday night. It’s been rumored that Nikki Bella may also be in the running for the final spot on Team SmackDown. WWE officials could go with her, Natalya or Paige, but the latter would likely receive the strongest reaction since the fans are waiting for her return to WWE.
The most important thing is if Paige is being kept off WWE television until after ‘Survivor Series,‘ there’s a good chance that WWE officials have something huge prepared for her creatively. Paige is expected to get a major push upon her return. On paper, Asuka is expected to dominate Raw for the foreseeable future and a run on SmackDown Live could be a great thing for Paige considering how deep the roster already is there.
Hopefully, her WWE comeback begins sooner rather than later because the fans will continue to raise their expectations every week that Paige doesn’t return. It’s unlikely that she’ll be winning a Women’s Title over the next couple months, but she is expected to make a major impact on Raw or SmackDown. Paige has not been on WWE television for a long time, so it’s really important that she makes her presence known as fast as possible. The perfect time may be at ‘Survivor Series,‘ but WWE officials have the final decision to make.