7/20 Powell's WWE Battleground PPV results and review: John Cena vs. Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton vs. Kane for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, Chris Jericho vs. Bray Wyatt

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7/20 Powell's WWE Battleground PPV results and review: John Cena vs. Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton vs. Kane for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, Chris Jericho vs. Bray Wyatt
2014-07-20 18:30:27

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WWE Battleground
Aired live on WWE Network and pay-per-view
Tampa, Florida at Tampa Bay Times Forum

WWE Battleground Kickoff Show

Renee Young, Booker T, Alex Riley, and Christian sat at the panel desk on the floor of the arena and introduced the show as the pay-per-view broadcast team was introduced. The panel discussed the Fatal Four-Way main event and stressed that John Cena doesn't have to be pinned to lose the title. Somehow, Riley determined that the stipulation favors everyone other than Cena.

Michael Cole, JBL, and Jerry Lawler checked in from the broadcast table...

1. Fandango vs. Adam Rose. Cole set up a photo of Summer Rae and Layla hanging out with Rose and the Rosebuds earlier in the day. Cole said it was Rose's birthday. Summer and Layla came out with the Rosebuds and led them around the ring. Fandango took exception and confronted them on the floor. Both women slapped Fandango. Moments later, Rose hit the Party Foul in the ring for the win...

Adam Rose beat Fandango in 1:15.

Powell's POV: Thank goodness WWE added that 85-second classic to the free preview!

A commercial aired for WWE Battleground. The pre-show is streaming online, so that's presumably why this aired... A video package on the Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins match aired. It featured footage from a sit-down interview of The Shield talking about how strong they were as a unit, then went to footage of Ambrose turning on Ambrose and Roman Reigns...

The panel spoke briefly... Backstage, Tom Phillips interviewed The Uso Brothers. Jey Uso said the best of three falls means Jimmy gets one pinfall and then he takes over. Jimmy joked about him being the better looking of the twin brothers. He said they were going to bring their A-game...

2. Cameron vs. Naomi. Cameron wore schoolgirl themed gear. She brought out a cosmetic case and checked herself out as part of her entrance. Naomi came out to the Funkasaurus music. Ugh. She went right after Cameron but the ref stepped in. He rang the bell quickly and Cameron jumped out to the quick start. Naomi came back, but Cameron ended up rolling her up and holding on to the tights while getting the pin...

Cameron pinned Naomi in 3:15.

Powell's POV: I'm beginning to wonder if the music department was subjected to the budget cuts. Is it just me or does the bulk of the new entrance music not include vocals? The match was kept short and had a finish that sets up the need for a rematch. I expect a lot of that tonight.

The panel spoke about the Intercontinental Title battle royal and then gave predictions on the Fatal Four-Way. Christian and Riley picked Reigns, Booker picked Orton... A video focussed on the Fatal Four-Way, including the Triple H and Stephanie McMahon announcement of the match...

WWE Battleground Pay-Per-View

A Battleground video played to open the show... There was a pyro display on the stage...

1. The Uso Brothers vs. Luke Harper and Erick Rowan in a best of three falls for the WWE Tag Team Championship. "Tonight, we end it," Cole said regarding the rivalry between the two teams. After an initial flurry by the Uso Brothers, Harper and Rowan took control and isolated Jey Uso. Harper pinned Jey in 4:45 to win the first fall. Jey came back and rolled up Harper for the pin to take the second fall at 8:10.

At 10:55, Jimmy took the hot tag and he dove onto Harper at ringside, then threw the charging Rowan over the top and dove onto him on the floor. Jimmy hit a cross body block off the top rope onto Harper for a good near fall. Later, Rowan went for a top rope splash and moved. Harper went up top, but Jimmy knocked him down and then tagged in Jey, who performed a top rope splash on Rowan for a great near fall at 15:30.

At 16:00, Jey went up top, but Harper recovered and slowed him down. Rowan got up and fought with Jey in the corner. Jimmy got back on the apron and tagged himself in. Rowan slammed their heads together and then performed a double superplex on the Uso Brothers and got a good two count on Jimmy.

At 17:45, Jimmy superkicked Harper, who no-sold the move and then came back with a wicked clothesline. Harper had Jey pinned, but Jimmy broke it up. The Uso Brothers hit double superkicks on both Wyatt Family members. The Uso Brothers went to the top rope and performed a double splash onto Harper and got the win...

The Uso Brothers defeated Luke Harper and Erick Rowan in 18:50.

Powell's POV: The beginning of the match was what I feared with two early pinfalls that felt completely rushed considering what we've seen from these team in the past. Once they got the fall trades out of the way, the match was excellent with plenty of good suspenseful near falls. There were some Wyatt fans booing when the Uso Brothers went to the top rope, as they seemed to recognize that the double splash would be the finish. As much as I like the Uso Brothers, I still have no clue what happens next with them due to the lack of heel teams on the roster.

A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trailer aired... The broadcast team hyped the Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose match... A video package set up the match. It was the same video that played during the pre-show...

Backstage, Tom Phillips interviewed Seth Rollins, who noted that he was smiling and boasted about what he was going to do to Dean Ambrose. Rollins recalled Ambrose asking if that's all he had on Raw before Ambrose curb stomped him. Rollins said it was not and Ambrose was about to get it. Ambrose suddenly entered the picture and attacked Rollins. Agents quickly intervened. Triple H ordered the agents to remove Ambrose from the building and said he wouldn't let him "screw this up"...

Powell's POV: Does that mean the match is off? Ugh. I assume the "this" in "screw this up" was meant to be a tease for Rollins cashing in his MITB contract after the main event.

2. A.J. Lee vs. Paige for the WWE Divas Championship. Neither woman received a particularly strong reaction during their entrances. Footage was shown of the two trading title wins. Paige caught Lee with a kick early and got a two count, then stood up and smiled briefly before going after Lee again.

Paige remained the aggressor and there were dueling chants for the two women. Paige got another two count and then said, "A.J., come on." The announcers questioned whether she was encouraging her to do better. At 4:45, both women were on the ropes and Paige performed a sunset flip powerbomb. Paige got a two count and then showed some frustration. Lawler questioned whether she was upset with herself.

Lee came back with a dive off the second rope, but Paige caught her. Lee countered into the Black Widow. Paige eventually powered out of it. Lee went after her again, but Paige caught her with the Paige Turner for a good near fall at 6:10. A short time later, Lee hit the Shining Wizard on Paige and got the clean win. Paige was shown applauding Lee for a second in the aisle...

A.J. Lee pinned Paige in 7:10 to retain the WWE Divas Championship.

Powell's POV: A solid match, yet not the red hot match that fans have been waiting to see from these two. The dynamic is still confusing and that took something away, as it seemed like the antics of Paige were more confusing to fans than anything. Meanwhile, Lee still hasn't done anything to shed her previous image, so I suspect there are still fans who are slow to embrace her as a babyface (assuming she is one). I suppose one positive about Paige not turning yet is that she was able to lose clean here, yet there will be a need for a rematch once she attacks Lee.

An ad aired for WWE SummerSlam. Cole noted that the show is just four weeks away on August 17. The broadcast team hyped the main event...

Randy Orton was shown in a dark corner of the building calling out for Kane. "You made an unwise decision in coming here, Randy," Kane said. Orton said he was wrong. He asked if Kane wanted to apologize for punching him in the face. Kane told him that being the devil's favorite demon means he doesn't have to apologize for anything. Orton said they are not enemies and they need to make sure John Cena and Roman Reigns don't leave with the titles. Kane assured Orton that the winner of the match was standing there...

Renee Young introduced the pre-show panel of Booker, Alex Riley, and Christian. Riley received no reaction, which he and Booker laughed at. Christian brought up the number of titles they have between them and then added that all those titles were won by he and Booker. They once again delivered their picks for the main event. Christian and Riley picked Reigns, Booker picked Orton...

Renee Young introduced the pre-show panel of Booker, Alex Riley, and Christian. Riley received no reaction, which he and Booker laughed at. Christian brought up the number of titles they have between them and then added that all those titles were won by he and Booker. They once again delivered their picks for the main event. Christian and Riley picked Reigns, Booker picked Orton... Footage of the detente aired from Raw...

Rusev, waving the Russian flag, and Lana came to the ring. Lana said Americans blame Russia for "current events" but they should be ashamed of themselves for war mongering in Iraq and Afghanistan. She once again gushed over Vladimir Putin as his image was shown on the big screen...

3. Rusev (w/Lana) vs. Jack Swagger (w/Zeb Colter). Swagger came out waving the American flag and wore a red jacket that red "Big Hoss." Swagger clotheslined Rusev over the top rope and he fell awkwardly to the floor. Rusev got the better of Swagger early on, but Swagger had his run of offense that was modestly well received by the fans.

Rusev came back with a big shot to Swagger's head that drew some gasps and was followed by a USA chant at 7:45. Swagger managed to apply the Patriot Lock. Rusev reached for the ropes, but Swagger pulled him back. Rusev eventually reached the ropes to break the hold. They went to ringside where Swagger reapplied the hold. Rusev twisted around and used his legs to pull Swagger into the ring post. Rusev rolled back inside the ring and Swagger was counted out.

After the match, the giant Russian flag lowered for Rusev and Lana to pose in front of. The trainers ran out and checked on Swagger. Per Lana's orders, Rusev attacked Swagger on the floor, rolled him back inside the ring, and put him in the Accolade...

Rusev defeated Jack Swagger by count out in 10:05.

Powell's POV: The reaction to their television segments were so much stronger than they were throughout this match. I expected some type of a flukey finish to set up the rematch, but that was really weak. Watching the trainer tend to Swagger was hysterical. The trainer rolled Swagger on his back and then shook him to wake him up. Apparently, the budget cuts have led to WWE hiring Dr. Nick Riviera to serve as their ringside medical.

A commercial aired... A Stardust and Goldust pre-tape was shown. They acted weird and Stardust said they would hear the names. Goldust said his own name, Stardust blew stardust, and put his hands together. There were fans who cheered for God knows what reason. Ugh...

Seth Rollins came to the ring carrying his Money in the Bank briefcase. Footage aired of the Rollins and Ambrose angle from earlier. Cole noted that Triple H tweeted that he would not have the historic night ruined and that Ambrose would not be returning to Battleground.

Ring announcer Justin Roberts introduced Rollins, which was followed by some "you sold out" chants. Rollins said that since his opponent had been irresponsibly ejected from the building, he was there to accept his victory via forfeit. He said he wanted to be announced as the winner and have his hand raised. Roberts and the referee complied.

The broadcast team started to speak at ringside. As Rollins was walking backstage, Dean Ambrose suddenly appeared and attacked him. They fought into the crowd and then back by the ringside area. Rollins ended up on top of the barricade, and Ambrose tossed him onto the Spanish broadcast table. Two bald security guys grabbed Ambrose. He broke free and attacked Rollins again. Several referees got involved to keep them apart.

Triple H walked out and told security, agents, and referees to "get him out of here." Ambrose jawed at Hunter. Rollins broke free and jumped onto Ambrose. The pull apart continued as security tried to drag them backstage. Rollins was still yelling "come on" at Ambrose. Once Ambrose was backstage, Triple H raised the arm of Rollins and then led him backstage...

Powell's POV: A strong pull apart brawl. I'm sure there will be plenty of complaining about the bait and switch of advertising that match, but the live crowd was treated to a good brawl and, more importantly, this adds some much needed juice heading into SummerSlam. I was actually disappointed by how uninspired the build for their match felt and where it felt like this match was in the pecking order of the Battleground lineup. It makes a lot more sense now and I really like the approach they have taken tonight. By the way, Bill DeMott and Steve Keirn have been amongst the agents trying to pull them apart tonight. Keep in mind that the show is in Tampa and therefore a short drive for the NXT crew.

A video set up the Chris Jericho vs. Bray Wyatt match... The Wyatt Family sounder played and then Bray Wyatt headed to the ring accompanied by Luke Harper and Erick Rowan as fans held up their cellphones. Wyatt still had a nasty black eye from the stiff shot he took from Ric Flair at the MSG live event...

4. Chris Jericho vs. Bray Wyatt (w/Luke Harper, Erick Rowan). Jericho pushed Wyatt's rocking chair over at ringside as he headed to the ring. There was a clunky spot around 8:30 where Wyatt was going for a move, but it was hard to tell who was at fault. They simply got up and performed the move.

At 9:30, Jericho went to the ropes and gave the crowd a "Come on, baby" to get them fired up. Wyatt cut off Jericho on the ropes and set up for a superplex, but Jericho fought him off. Wyatt recovered and performed a jaw-jacker with Jericho's legs draped over the top rope. Wyatt posed for the crowd, which drew a decent reaction from the quiet crowd.

Jericho came back and hit a bulldog. Jericho went for a Lionsault, but Wyatt put his knees up. Wyatt did the crap walk and then performed a uranage for a two count. Wyatt jawed at Jericho in the corner. Jericho came back and performed a move where it looked like a rollup, but he instead drove the back of Wyatt's head into the bottom turnbuckle. Cools pot.

Wyatt caught Jericho going for a springboard move and DDT'd him on the apron in a spot that looked rough because Jericho's face was so far away. Wyatt covered Jericho and got a two count. Wyatt went for his finisher, but Jericho rolled him up and countered with a Walls of Jericho attempt, but Wyatt threw repeated punches at him and kicked him off at 14:35. Wyatt caught Jericho with the running body splash for a two count. Jericho came back moments later with the Codebreaker and scored the clean pin...

Chris Jericho pinned Bray Wyatt in 15:10.

Powell's POV: A lousy atmosphere with the crowd sitting back rather than taking sides. The match fell below my high expectations. They just didn't seem to be clicking. It wasn't a poor match and I suspect they will do much better at SummerSlam. I mentioned in my preview that Jericho winning wouldn't be a shocker at this point in the feud. I still have no doubt that Wyatt will be standing tall at the end of the feud a couple months from now.

Backstage, the two bald security members escorted Seth Rollins out of the building. Rollins thanked them and said he doesn't need their services any longer. Rollins then stopped and started looking around. Ambrose emerged from the trunk of a car and hit him with a tire iron. The duo fought on top of the car. Ambrose got inside the car and drove away, nearly hitting his luggage in the process...

A Twitter shot of Bad News Barrett holding the IC Title. He tweeted something about saying farewell to his friend (IC Title)...

5. Battle Royal for the Intercontinental Championship. Each wrestler was given a televised entrance. Damien Sandow came out looking like a tourist with beach gear, white socks, and a sock garters. Bad News Barrett came out with his arm in a sling and said that whoever wins the battle royal receives the honor of becoming the new Intercontinental Champion.

Barrett said the bad news is that being the new champion is like being an old couple retiring in Florida. It will be great initially, but it is simply delaying the inevitable. He said when the final grain of sand drops through the hourglass the winner will meet his demise in the form of a Bull Hammer.

The bell rang and everyone piled up on Khali. Xavier Woods and Zack Ryder were eliminated by Khali. A group of wrestlers eliminated Khali. Truth was dumped by Ryback and Axel. Axel was out next, followed by Sandow. Ryback bounced Diego. There was a showdown with Ryback, which resulted in Sheamus eliminating Ryback. Titus roughed up Sheamus, then Dallas eliminated Titus.

Dallas did a mini victory lap around the ring, but Cesaro cut him off. There was an odd sequence with Kingston and Cesaro on the ring apron. It looked like it was supposed to be a Kingston's big battle royal spot, but there just wasn't a real close call to buy into. Meanwhile, Ziggler was performing near elimination spots consistently throughout the match.

Cesaro eliminated Big E at 8:55. Cesaro disposed of Kingston, but he landed on the shoulders of Big E. Cesaro used his power to suplex Kingston back inside the ring, which got a nice rise out of the crowd. Cesaro eventually suplexed Kingston to the floor. Heath Slater snuck up behind Cesaro and eliminated him.

Sheamus eliminated Slater. Dallas tried to eliminate Sheamus, but Sheamus hung on. Sheamus got Dallas on the ring apron and hit his ten forearms. Ziggler threw a dropkick at Sheamus, who moved, and Dallas took the move and fell to the floor. Bo(oooo)!

The match appeared to come down to Sheamus and Ziggler, but they showed Miz at ringside lying on the ground after going through the middle rope earlier. There was a rough Fameasser spot and then a spot where Sheamus went for a power move on Ziggler and lost his grip. Later, Ziggler clotheslined Sheamus, who had one foot hit the floor.

Ziggler tried to superkick Sheamus off the ring apron, but Sheamus caught his foot. Ziggler came back moments later and used a superkick to eliminate Shemaus, then Miz ran in and eliminated Ziggler to win the match. A dejected Ziggler sat on the floor as Miz celebrated...

The Miz won a battle royal to win the Intercontinental Championship in 14:20.

Powell's POV: The crowd was hot for the closing minutes of the match, but they died when Miz got the win. Rob Van Dam was advertised for the match, but he did not appear.

The broadcast team pimped WWE Network. Cole noted that network subscribers would get what was coming up next...a commercial for SummerSlam... A commercial for Raw hyped Flo Rida's appearance... A video set up the main event... Ring introductions took place. Cena was out last and brought both title belts with him...

6. John Cena vs. Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton vs. Kane in a Fatal Four-Way for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Justin Roberts handled the in-ring introductions for the championship match. Orton and Kane were on the same page early and got the better of both babyfaces. At 5:30, Reigns and Cena ended up in the ring alone, but Kane and Orton attacked them from behind before they could go at it.

Orton and Cena went to the floor. Kane covered Reigns inside the ring for a two count. Orton took exception to Kane going for the win and started bossing him around. Meanwhile, the crowd chanted "Daniel Bryan" and "Yes!" loudly. Kane punched Orton. Moments later, there was a tower of doom spot with Orton on top, Kane in the middle, and Cena and Reigns pushing them off the ropes.

Reigns and Cena squared off again, but Kane sat up before the could lock up. Reigns and Cena turned their attention to Kane and put the boots to him. Orton returned to the ring and performed a sidewinder backbreaker on Reigns. He followed up with a double hanging DDT on Cena and Reigns. Orton covered Reigns, only to have Kane break it up at 8:25.

At 9:50, Reigns caught Orton in a half-crab. Cena ran in and applied a half STF. Kane broke it up. At 10:30, Cena applied the STF on Orton, who had room to move his chin around because the hold was so loose. Steve Austin just rolled over in his grave and he's not even dead yet.

Cena hit the Attitude Adjustment on Kane, who rolled out of the ring. Reigns dragged Orton to the floor and threw him over the announcers' table. Cena and Reigns then squared off in the ring. The crowd was livelier, but not as red hot as we've seen some of the Raw crowds for these two.

The first big move of the exchange was Reigns hitting the Samoan Drop. He raised his fist to the crowd and received some cheers and some faint boos. Reigns went for the Superman punch, but Cena avoided it and suplexed him. Cena signaled for the Five Knuckle Shuffle, but Reigns got up and hit him with the Superman punch. Reigns speared Cena and covered him, but Kane ran in for the save.

Powell's POV: Cena made sure that Kane was coming in to break it up. He put his head up and was clearly watching for him. It was bad enough that they should not have aired the replay, but of course that didn't stop them.

At ringside, Reigns ran around kicking and elbowing people. He speared Orton through the timekeepers' area. There was a small holy shit chant, presumably from three people who have never watched WWE before. There was a loud "this is awesome" chant as Reigns and Kane squared off. Reigns speared Kane and had him pinned, but Cena ran in and broke it up.

At 16:35, Cena hit the AA on Kane and had him pinned, but Reigns broke it up. Cena and Reigns took turns trying to pin Kane and breaking up the other man's attempt. At 17:00, Cena hit the AA on Reigns and went for a cover, but Kane broke up the pin. Kane chokeslammed Cena and then Reigns. Kane covered Reigns for a two count.

Kane set up for the Tombstone on Reigns, who escaped and speared Kane. Reigns went for a cover, but Orton broke it up. Orton hit the RKO on Reigns. Cena pushed Reigns out of the ring and then performed the AA on Orton onto Kane, and then pinned Kane to win the match...

John Cena defeated Kane, Randy Orton, and Roman Reigns in 19:00.

Cena celebrated afterward while Reigns was shown looking up at Cena from the floor. Cena looked down at Reigns for a moment as he held onto both title belts. The broadcast team narrated a recap of the finishing sequence. Cena stood on the stage and celebrated with the title belts and the broadcast team hyped the post show featuring an interview with Cena as coming up next...

Powell's POV: A decent four-way main event with the expected rush of near falls and breakups. The negatives were that it was hard to believe anyone other than Cena was going to win the match and this was not a hot live crowd. The positives are that they did not play hot potato with the titles, and Reigns did not look bad despite not coming out on top. Is anyone else feeling letdown that Triple H's fallback plans will apparently play out on Raw rather than at the Battleground?

Overall, most of the matches appeared to be designed to set up SummerSlam rematches, which you had to expect going in. The surprising aspect of the show is that there were more rough spots than we're used to seeing during a WWE show. This was a show that looked better on paper than it played out. The SummerSlam rematches should be more polished and I assume most will feature decisive finishes. I will have more to say about the show in Dot Net Members' audio later tonight, and in Monday's WWE Battleground Hit List. Thanks for watching along with me.




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