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Braun Strowman, Drew Mcintyre & Dolph Ziggler

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Topic: Braun Strowman, Drew Mcintyre & Dolph Ziggler
Posted By: admin
Subject: Braun Strowman, Drew Mcintyre & Dolph Ziggler
Date Posted: 04/September/2018 at 13:12
Quote Braun Strowman's music hits, and Strowman comes down the ramp with Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre behind him to kick off RAW. We see the commentary team, and Renee Young is filling in for Jonathan Coachman again tonight. Braun, Dolph and Drew step into the ring, and they've got microphones. Braun shows us a replay of them beating up The Shield last week, and he says that's justice. Braun talks about his challenge to Reigns, and telling Reigns to take his beating and accept his fate. Braun blames Rollins, Rollins and Reigns for ganging up on Braun in the first place, and without The Shield, Reigns would lose his Universal Title. Braun says he doesn't give a damn if any of the fans like it or not. Braun tells the Big Dog that he has a pack of his own now, and this is his yard. Drew speaks up next and says they're the new kings of the jungle here, and Drew says they will be the most dominant force in WWE history. Dolph says they'll be more dominant than groups like the Nation of Domination, D-X, and The Shield. As Dolph talks about wanting to tear The Shield apart, The Shield comes out in the crowd to interrupt. Several wrestlers run down fro the back to try to intercept the shield, but The Shield fights them off and hits the ring. Baron Corbin calls out more wrestlers from the back to help hold off The Shield. The Shield hits the ring and fights with Braun, Drew and Dolph until more wrestlers pull them apart. They fight spills out to ringside where they get separated again, and the team of Braun, Drew and Dolph get hauled backstge first. The Shield heads backstage next, and none of them look happy.
Now it's more than a one week partnership, I guess we have to see Braun as a heel at least for now.
They make quite the dominant trio and especially Braun is more interesting now than when he was doing cartoony shit, through his association with Drew and Ziggles.
At some point they should have an amazing six man contest on a PPV against The Shield.


Posted By: Fletch
Date Posted: 04/September/2018 at 19:13
This week confirmed the Strowman heel turn. It's interesting this new alliance if nothing else and the three men make a very strong faction.

Just seems a strange move to flip Strowman heel considering how over he is, my guess is they needed a strong heel to face Roman and he was really the only Raw guy who fit the bill.

On many levels Braun makes more sense as a heel and it's good to see a heel who can be so dominant and any babyfaces getting a win over him will really mean something. Like I say though just seems a bit strange as he was popular and from what I'd seen good at the PR and charity work for the company.

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Posted By: L-shizzel
Date Posted: 05/September/2018 at 22:24
I see this heel turn being temporary Braun hasn't exactly gone full heel he's doing what needs to to even the odds he said it himself he tried doing the face to face thing the shield stopped him now he needed insurance that Ambrose and Rollins won't be able to interfere with the match.

Shiz for PB

Posted By: admin
Date Posted: 17/October/2018 at 13:49
Quote Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre come out to the ring to kick off the show, and they've got microphones. The broadcast team runs down the card so far for Crown Royal, and they don't mention the location of it. Ziggler introduces some video footage from last week, showing Dean Ambrose questioning his position in The Shield. Drew and Dolph take turns talking about Ambrose not benefiting from the Shield, and they say Seth and Roman are using Dean. Drew and Dolph both mention that their sights are set on being at the top of WWE. Drew says Dolph is absolutely fantastic, but he's no Drew McIntyre. Ziggler laughs the comment off, and Braun changes the subject to giving Lesnar & Roman 'these hands' at Crown Jewel. Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns come out to interrupt, without Dean Ambrose. Rollins says the Shield is not shattered or broken, and Rollins is going to bet Drew tonight and prove that he's the best in the world. Reigns tells Dolph and Drew they'll never get close to beating them, and after Crown Jewel, Braun will be going to the back of the line. Rollins says he loves Philadelphia because it's a fighting town, and Rollins thinks him and Drew should get to it right now. Drew and Seth are in a singles match up next to qualify for the World Cup.

- Seth Rollins vs. Drew McIntyre: This fight spills out to ringside early on and Rollins is taking charge. Dolph comes out for the distraction, and then Drew rolls under the ring to recover for a moment. Seth goes to grab Drew, and Drew appears to hit some sort of cheap shot on Seth when the ref can't see them under the ring. Drew takes Seth back in the ring, but Seth comes back with a superkick. Seth follows up with a Sling Blade. Drew looks for an Alabama Slam, but Seth escapes and rolls up Drew for a near-fall. Drew misses a spear in the corner, and then Seth hits the Blockbuster on him. Seth hits a superplex and then looks for the Falcon Arrow, but Drew reverses it into a Falcon Arrow of his own for a two count. Dolph tries to get involved but Seth knocks him down, and then Drew misses a shot and Seth throws him outside. Seth follows up with a suicide dive on Drew, but then back in the ring Ziggler successfully connects with a cheap shot and Seth falls outside. Dean Ambrose's music hits and he comes out for the save. Ambrose drops Dolph, and Drew goes outside to get involved. Seth ends up hitting the curb stomp on Drew at ringside, and then Seth rolls back in the ring as the ref counts to 10. Drew is counted out, and Seth will be advancing in the World Cup tournament.

Winner via countout: Seth Rollins

Dean Ambrose vs. Dolph Ziggler: This one is also a qualifying match for the World Cup tournament. The opening bell sounds and Ambrose starts with a side headlock takedown. Ziggler misses a shot and Ambrose looks for a Texas Cloverleaf, but Ziggler fights him off. They fight up to the turnbuckle, and Ziggler hits a facebuster of the top down to the mat. Ambrose successfully locks in the Texas Cloverleaf now, but Ziggler reaches the rope. Drew comes out to interfere, but so does Seth Rollins to stop him. Ambrose and Rollins seem to have a mix-up, and when Ambrose gets back in the ring, Ziggler hits the superkick for the three count.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler

- Ziggler has now qualified for the World Cup. Rollins gets in the ring after the match and stands across from Ambrose. Ambrose walks past him and bumps in to him. Seth follows Dean up the ramp, and they start having a shoving match on the ramp. Reigns comes out and tries to mediate the issue. Baron Corbin comes out next, and says he doesn't want the Shield to fall apart on his watch. Corbin books a match to help them bond: The Shield vs. Braun Strowman, Drew and Dolph, in a six-man tag main event tonight.

This group have been a good short term thing, but it's going nowhere now.
It's cool seeing a group who don't dress the same and don't have a group name. It makes them look more raw.
But if you're going to have Braun not being a team player and clearly using the other two for just his own means, it's going to have a short shelf life.


Posted By: Fletch
Date Posted: 28/October/2018 at 09:07
So seems Strowman has turned babyface again, it’s a good move as I always thought it was a questionable decision to turn him heel when he was becoming so popular and was so over as a face, obviously they wanted a strong heel opponent for Roman and that was the reasoning behind it.

Perhaps the plan was always for a short term heel run for Strowman, not sure if the the tragic situation with Roman has forced a face turn for Braun as obviously Roman’s absence now leaves a huge babyface void at the top of the card.

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