The question is where do we go now?
The series is no longer listed on the WWE Network schedule and no matches were taped for it prior to this week's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw in Charlotte, NC.
Given all the title changes in this feud, having it happen one more time came off as shocking. Later, Sasha put the Bank Statement on Charlotte through a guard rail to make her tap out.
I don't think this is necessarily a bad thing. After a Hell in a Cell match, and a brawl around the arena, there's nowhere to go from here but down. Hopefully, we will see them used in a better capacity on WWE's flagship show.
Sasha's previous two reigns have each only lasted 27 days. Flair took advantage of the opportunity to rough up Banks until both women were counted out. Not sure why it needs a subtitle, but there are weirder things Roadblock.
Worldwide effort puts out wildfires in Israel, West Bank
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said 23 people in custody were found lighting fires or connected to those who had started blazes. Turkey had sent 3 firefighting aircrafts to Israel in order to help the country struggling against wildfires for several days.
- As Chris Jericho attempted to leave the building, he was attacked in the parking lot by Seth Rollins and Pedigreed on top of a parked vehicle. With the emergence of the new Cruiserweight division show, 205 Live, which is set to officially debut tonight following SmackDown Live, WWE announced they will cease to record and broadcast the show, WWE Superstars.
While he had a strong night of character development and progression, another Superstar continued his slide into mediocrity, the championship around his waist meaningless given the manner in which he has been booked. Besides Charlotte losing in the Queen City, Cedric Alexander also took the loss in his hometown, as he lost to Tony Nese. In the big match, Owens was without the help of his good friend Chris Jericho who became fed up with Owens during the opening segment. The former members of The Bullet Club have challenged The New Day for the titles in the past, including a big match at WWE SummerSlam that involved a run-in from Comedy Central's Jon Stewart.
The New Day once again successfully defended its titles, this time against The Club. Xavier Woods rolled up Karl Anderson with a handful of tights to get the pin, as New Day retained their titles. They're still continuing to cheat, but at least this time is nowhere near as egregious as last week.
- Sheamus and Cesaro beat up a bunch of people in a bar as a means of bonding. Foley came down to save Zayn, once again.