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We see recent happenings between The New Day and R-K-Bro. Riddle and Damian Priest are backstage now, talking about the upcoming return to touring. Riddle is also learning some Spanish. Randy Orton shows up and Riddle says he’s missed him so much. Priest walks off. Orton brings up how Riddle used his RKO last week. Riddle apologizes and isn’t sure what came over him, he just hit it out of nowhere. Orton says Riddle and Xavier Woods had a great match, and Riddle impressed him, but there are a few things to work on. Orton says if they’re going to do this tag team thing, they have to do it right. Orton then invites Riddle to ringside tonight to watch his match. Riddle starts marking out but Orton quiets him. Orton walks off and Riddle does some comedy on the scooter.

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 Posted by: Jane
 Date: June 3rd 2021
 Categories: Uncategorized

Back from the beak and we get a promo for the upcoming return to touring. Damian Priest is backstage with brief comments to promote the 25-city tour.

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 Posted by: Jane
 Date: May 26th 2021

Lumberjack Match: Damian Priest vs. John Morrison

We go back to the ring and out comes Damian Priest. The pyro goes off as Priest continues his entrance. We go back to commercial.

Back from the break and the ring is surrounded by Superstars, including MACE, T-BAR, The Viking Raiders, new WWE 24/7 Champion Akira Tozawa, Lince Dorado, Gran Metalik, Titus O’Neil, Cedric Alexander, Shelton Benjamin, Mansoor, Mustafa Ali, and the only female Superstar, Nikki Cross. Out next comes John Morrison.

The bell rings and they go at it. Morrison with a headlock. They collide with shoulders and Morrison sells a bad landing on his ankle. Priest with an arm drag to ground Morrison. Morrison unloads in the corner now with strikes. Morrison tosses Priest out and he gets stomped by MACE, T-BAR, Cedric and others. The other Lumberjacks come over and argue as Priest gets rolled back in.

Morrison goes right back to work on Priest, beating him from corner to corner. Morrison runs into a big stomp out of the corner. Priest with several kicks now, then a big right hand. Morrison retreats to the floor but Cross rolls him back in fro a pop. Cross yells out as Morrison looks stunned at how she handled him. Priest beats Morrison down in another corner. Priest with a big right hand in the corner. Priest runs into the turnbuckles as Morrison moves. Morrison kicks him but gets the next kick blocked as Morrison falls to the floor clutching his ankle. Tozawa rolls him back in.

Morrison retreats from Tozawa and leaps over the barrier but runs back over the barrier, and misses a kick to Tozawa. Shelton grabs him but he slides out of a move and escapes to the ring steps. Morrison kicks Mansoor away from the steps and jumps back into the ring but Priest catches him in mid-air. Priest drops Morrison as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Morrison works Priest over while he’s down. Priest kicks away but Morrison keeps fighting. Morrison with an arm bar now. They tangle some more on the mat until Priest applies a submission for a pop. Morrison nails the big springboard kick, sending Priest out. The Viking Raiders send him back in. Morrison with a running knee to the face for a 2 count. Morrison grounds Priest with a headlock now. The Lumberjacks start rallying. Priest fights back and rocks Morrison with a big elbow. Priest with more big strikes and a Facebuster. Priest spikes Morrison face-first again but Morrison kicks out at 2.

Priest gets sent to the floor as MACE, T-BAR and Cedric attack again. Lumberjacks argue now as Priest is sent back in. Priest rocks Morrison with big strikes. Priest gets sent into the ropes but he leaps out, taking down MACE, T-BAR and a few other lumberjacks. Cedric runs the ring and leaps out onto Shelton on the other side. Lumberjacks continue fighting at ringside. Priest rocks Morrison and goes to the top but Morrison climbs up with him. Priest delivers a huge superplex from the top, onto the Lumberjacks at ringside. Bodies are down all over the floor. Titus rolls Morrison back in as The Viking Raiders roll Priest back in. This match just keeps dragging and dragging. Priest finally hits a big hurricanrana from the top, then Hit The Lights for the pin to win.

Winner: Damian Priest

After the match, Priest stands tall and joins Schreiber on the stage. He speaks some in Spanish and dismisses Morrison. Schreiber asks what’s next. Priest teases that he might answer Bobby Lashley’s Open Challenge tonight.

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 Posted by: Jane
 Date: May 18th 2021

Zombies Lumberjack Match: The Miz vs. Damian Priest

We go back to the ring and the announcers mention the zombies and we see Batista’s earlier tweet where he said his “friends” would be here tonight, to plug the “Army of the Dead” movie, which is a sponsor. The Miz and John Morrison are out, as is Damian Priest. The zombies are out now, terrifying Miz and Morrison. The zombies surround the ring and also terrify the announcers but they settle back in at the table. Morrison has ran away to the back.

The ring is surrounded by zombies and smoke now. There are also graphics all over the arena, apparently representing the city setting from the “Army of the Dead” movie. The match begins as Priest and Miz go at it. Miz misses a dropkick and lands on the floor, surrounded by zombies. He runs back in and tuns around to a big Facebuster from Priest. Priest ends up on the floor but he attacks the zombies. He runs back in and Miz levels him with a big boot for a 2 count. Miz keeps control and delivers another big boot.

Priest ends up delivering a huge clothesline after Miz finds himself in trouble with the zombies and runs back in. Priest unloads with kicks now, then a right hand. Priest levels Miz for a close 2 count. More back and forth between the two. Priest keeps control and looks to finish Miz off but Miz catches strikes and takes him down for the Figure Four in the middle of the ring.

Miz and Priest end up on the floor, both fighting the zombies off and sending a few over the barrier. They back into each other but keep fighting the zombies off. A large zombie stalks Priest, shoving another zombie out of the way. Priest fights him off and delivers a kick from the steel steps. Miz and Priest meet back int he ring now. Miz calls for a high five but he kicks Priest instead. Priest turns it around and delivers a Broken Arrow for a close 2 count.

Priest calls for the finish and waits for Miz to get up. Morrison runs back down the ramp and hits the apron. Miz distracts the referee while Morrison kicks Priest in the head. Miz covers but Priest kicks out at 2. Morrison is surrounded by zombies at ringside now. He flips off the steps and takes out several zombies. Morrison with another big barrier kick to a zombie. Morrison stands on the barrier again for a move but zombies pull him down on the other side of the barrier. Morrison is being eaten now.

Priest takes advantage of the distraction and drops Miz with Hit The Lights for the pin to win in the middle of the ring.

Winner: Damian Priest

– After the bell, Priest leaps to the top to get out of the way as zombies start crawling in the ring. Zombies cover Miz and start eating him as Priest fires his imaginary arrow from the ramp. Priest makes his exit as the zombies continue to devour Miz. The lights go out and we go to a break.

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 Posted by: Jane
 Date: May 17th 2021

From his entrance music to his look, heavy metal is imbued in every aspect of what WWE’s Damian Priest does. Even his name was designed to evoke a bad boy image, a nod to his love of Judas Priest. In the ring, he oozes with the confidence of a metal frontman, often rocking flamboyant attire that looks like something Ozzy probably would’ve worn in his Eighties prime. Even when facing dudes twice his size, or veterans who have been at it a lot longer, he never looks too worried.
It wasn’t always this way. Born Luis Martinez, Priest grew up moving between Puerto Rico and the Bronx, eventually relocating permanently in the United States to pursue wrestling. After spending time road dogging it out of independent wrestling promotions, he signed in 2018 and three years later has made a huge splash in the company, eventually working his way up from their developmental NXT program to a main roster spot on Raw. This past Wrestlemania, he teamed with reggaeton megastar Bad Bunny in what was a genuine highlight of the show.
This Sunday, WWE is premiering their latest episode of Chronicle focusing on Priest. The docuseries follows different talent through the WWE from a backstage perspective, providing an intimate look at what the person is like when the show is over. Ahead of the premiere, we spoke to him about how metal inspires him, bonding over The Dirt with Triple H, working with Bad Bunny at Wrestlemania and more.

DAMIEN PRIEST I was into wrestling first. Being that I was raised in Puerto Rico and the Bronx, the first music I was accustomed to listening to was hip-hop. I didn’t even like rock or metal. [Laughs] Very, very young age. I think I was 13 or 14, a buddy of mine who is a little older, he had a permit and a car that his parents let him drive. So, he’d always drive me around and he was a metalhead. [Laughs] I was like, “Nah, man, turn that off.” And then this is how it started: I told him, “At least play some Undertaker-like music.” That’s how it all started. He played a lot of Metallica for me, then from there I was asking for bands like them and it was Priest, Ozzy and everybody else. That was it for any other type of genre.
So I met him at an autograph signing. I paid to go meet him. I was a teenager and he was my idol. I remember there was a line and I was doing Undertaker impressions and I had people around me and it was cool. Then when I got up to him, I was so starstruck. I couldn’t even speak. And he started laughing, I’ll never forget that. It’s cool now that I got to pick his brain and get in the ring with him and move around with him. It’s the coolest thing. He was the introduction to my love for wrestling and I guess my love for music, which guided me to become a wrestler.
So these days, if I’m putting on music in my garage working out or something, I’ll put on something, like, Children of Bodom or In Flames. I don’t lose the old-school rock or metal, though — it could be a Metallica, Slayer, Anthrax, Megadeth, the Big 4. But I also love Mötley Crüe and Skid Row. I’m all over the place. [Laughs]

It all came from the idea of that like “rock-star lifestyle,” the idea of it. You see it in movies, guys destroying hotel rooms. Everything that encompasses the rock star, the rebel, I’ve always just wanted to portray that. It’s who I am. When I came to the WWE, one thing Triple H would talk to me nonstop about was: “We need you to be yourself. You’ve played characters, but that’s not what we’re looking for.” He straight-up told me, “Dude, we talk all the time. We talk music. I want this guy, the cool guy on TV.” At first, it’s like, Oh OK, I can go out there and be myself, that’s easy. Then you realize it’s not as easy, because I’m being a version of myself that I think people want to see. But getting to figure out how I was going to portray myself was basically that: It was be you, but let’s exaggerate that version of you.
So, I was like, well, I’ll be a rock star. It’s something I love. We used The Dirt, the Mötley Crüe movie as a template for how I would move, how I would act. The party guy. But it’s also not really acting because it’s still me! [Laughs] So with Mötley Crüe, I started looking at my clothing, my tights, my pants to kind of mimic a frontman. I’m headbanging when I come to the stage, the lighting is like you’re at a concert. So, it’s very much musically influenced, as far as that rock-star vibe I’m looking for. Damian Priest, that’s who he is. The only difference is I don’t have a microphone when I come down. [Laughs]

That’s exactly what we were going for. [Laughs] When I talked to Triple H about my merch, too, I was like, “I don’t want it to be a wrestling shirt, I want it to be a band shirt. Something you’d get at a show. That’s what the shirts should look like.” And he was like, “Yeah,” so they ended up hooking up with a dude who actually works with bands to design the shirt. So, my shirts have that little bit of differentiation. It’s cool to be metal, like, I don’t think anyone ever hates on my presentation. [Laughs] It’s kind of evil, like bad guy stuff, you know?
Exactly. And I try to make sure there’s continuously that feel to it. When I won the NXT North American Title, I jumped in that hot tub. When they got that hot tub for me, they asked, “Oh, should we get you a change of clothes or anything?” Before I even answered, Triple H was like, “If you’re a rock star and you just got off the stage, would you change to get in the water?” And I was like, “No, I’d jump in with my clothes on.” And it hit me right there, I saw how it was. We shot it right away, there’s no retakes and it was just one of those “let’s get crazy,” it was real. It was cool. He gave me that incentive. It’s things like that I keep looking for in order to incorporate that vibe. Like you said, I mean when we were doing live shows I’d wear mesh shirts just to see if it would work, but now I think we’re at a place that makes sense.

Oh absolutely. He did not come out here to promote something or because he had nothing else to do. He came in because wrestling was one of his dreams. And then when the opportunity presented itself, he was like, “Oh absolutely.” But he didn’t want to just come and do it and leave — he moved from Puerto Rico to Orlando so he could train for months. Man, I’m telling you, he took his licks. He got bruised and bloodied in training every single week. And I watched him every single week get right back up and ask to do it again. I was extremely impressed and then we ended up becoming really good friends in this whole process. Again, it’s that rock-star mindset — he wasn’t even supposed to be as successful as he is in his genre and industry. He was told, “You gotta change, you have to dress like this or speak like this,” and he just wouldn’t do it. He was like, “Well, that’s not making it.” He fought to do everything his way, and that’s that metal attitude to me. A lot of people thought it was odd ’cause I’m a metal guy and he’s clearly not, but we have that same mentality in common that unites us.
[Laughs] Nah, but he did tell me he was a big fan of my theme song, so that’s cool. [Laughs] Whenever I’d go to his locker room, it’s funny he’d be playing his music, and then when he’d come to an area where I had a little speaker or something it would be metal. He never made a face or anything, so he was cool with it.

For multiple reasons, it felt good, but knowing the company trusts me, that I earned their trust. They always say everything is a test, and this is one I got thrown into the deep end right from the get-go, and it could’ve gone the other way easily. But luckily, we were able to knock every opportunity out of the park that was presented to us. Whenever we did something in a positive way, we’d come to the back and they’d be like, “That was better than we thought it’d be — you’re doing everything right.” So, from that, I feel like they fully have trust in me, which is good to know. Without the company having your back, you’re just here, you’re another guy going for a paycheck and I never want to be that.
Man, I can’t think of anything except the moments. That’s what we do, we create moments. I say it all the time where I want my name Damian Priest to live forever. To do that, you have to achieve a lot of things. You can’t just get the job — you have to special and for your name to stand the test of time. I’m on the right track having Wrestlemania moments, but now it’s like I need another moment to top it, I need special attraction matches, I need main events. Of course, I need to win some championships, and that’s what’s coming forward. After that, the coolest thing I can think of is having a sweet metal band play me to the ring. [Laughs] That’s definitely a goal.
Ah, well, Metallica obviously. [Laughs] Probably not going to happen, though, but you never know. That, and I always joke Tim Capello from the Lost Boys playing “I Still Believe,” just jacked and covered in baby oil. [Laughs]

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 Posted by: Debbers
 Date: May 11th 2021
 Categories: Uncategorized

 We see how Damian Priest defeated John Morrison last week. Priest has requested a match for the pay-per-view and he will face The Miz. We see Adam Pearce talking to Priest in the back. The Miz and John Morrison walk in as Pearce called them all to talk about an idea Priest had. Morrison had a better idea and they go back & forth over last week’s match. This leads to Priest saying if Morrison beats him tonight, Morrison gets to pick the stipulation for Miz vs. Priest at Backlash but if Priest wins, he picks. Miz isn’t down with this idea but Morrison interrupts and says they accept. Miz isn’t happy but Morrison is confident he can beat Priest. Miz and Morrison walk off.

Damian Priest vs. John Morrison

We go back to the ring and out comes John Morrison with The Miz. If Morrison wins this match, he gets to pick the WrestleMania Backlash stipulation for Miz vs. Damian Priest. If Priest wins tonight, he gets to pick the stipulation. Miz and Morrison hit the ring and pose as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and out comes Priest as The Miz and Morrison look on. Priest fires his imaginary arrow to set the pyro off, then he heads to the ring. The bell rings and here we go. Priest unloads in the corner and stomps away after Morrison goes down. Priest keeps control and nails a sidewalk slam for a close 2 count.

Priest grounds Morrison by his arm now as Miz rants at the referee from ringside, accusing Priest of cheating. Morrison turns it around on the mat with strikes. Priest resists but Morrison rocks him with a knee strike to the mouth for a close 2 count. Morrison grounds Priest now as Miz runs his mouth at ringside. More back and forth into the corner now. Priest turns it around and rocks Morrison with strikes. Priest leaps and misses in the corner. Morrison ends up kicking Priest in the nose from the apron. Morrison springboards up but Priest catches him. Morrison lands hard as they tangle some more until Priest rocks him in mid-air for a 2 count due to Morrison getting the bottom rope.

Morrison re-groups with Miz at ringside now as the referee counts. Priest comes out and has words with Miz after rolling Morrison back in. Miz gets ready to fight with Priest at ringside as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Priest levels Morrison with a spin kick for a 2 count. Miz gets involved and Priest ends up dropped at ringside by a running boot while Morrison distracts the referee. Morrison follows and brings Priest back in. They tangle and Morrison drops Priest with a modified leg sweep for a 2 count. Morrison grounds Priest with a neck hold now as Miz taunts Priest from ringside. Fans try to rally for Priest. Priest powers up and breaks the hold, then hits the Bell Clap on Morrison. Priest drops Morrison with a big kick.

Priest with huge kicks to Morrison now, then a right hand to send him into the corner. Priest flies and decks Morrison in the corner, then hits a Broken Arrow for a close 2 count. Priest goes to the top but Morrison rocks him a few times. Morrison climbs up but Priest resists. Priest sends Morrison to the mat. Priest with a big spin kick from the top to Morrison on the mat. Morrison still kicks out at 2. Priest waits for Morrison to get up now.

Morrison counters and rolls Priest for 2. Priest blocks the sliding knee with a kick. Priest goes for Hit The Lights but Miz ends up distracting the referee from the apron, which messes up Morrison’s chance to win. Priest levels Morrison and then delivers Hit The Lights for the pin to win.

Winner: Damian Priest

– After the match, Miz immediately hits the ring and unloads on Priest. Priest blocks the Skull Crushing Finale and goes for a kick but Miz retreats to the stage as fans boo, leaving Morrison down in the ring. Priest grabs Morrison and delivers another Hit The Lights as Miz looks on from the stage. Priest stands tall and stares up at Miz as his music plays. Priest has earned the right to pick the stipulation for his match with The Miz on Sunday.

Adam Pearce is backstage when Damian Priest walks in. His stipulation for the match with The Miz on Sunday is a Lumberjack Match, so Miz can’t run away. Priest is ready to deal with The Miz in the middle of the ring. Pearce agrees and makes the match.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: May 11th 2021

John Morrison vs. Damian Priest

We go back to the ring and out comes John Morrison with The Miz. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and we see what happened with Sonya Deville, Charlotte Flair, Asuka and Rhea Ripley. Adam Pearce stops Sonya Deville in the back and he’s not happy. He accuses her of abusing her power and asks if he needs to go to a higher authority over her recent actions. She blames it on bad reception as she tried to send him a text message. He dismisses the idea of a text message and says they share an office together. Deville says she had to make an urgent decision and it couldn’t wait. She says Pearce is right and they should be making these decisions together. They face off to end the segment. We go back to the ring and The Miz is with Morrison. They’re not happy with how The New Day and Damian Priest attacked them with tomatoes last week.

Miz rants about his accomplishments and says Damian Priest has left them no choice. Morrison briefly rants about his “dripness” before the lights go out and Priest makes his way to the ring. Priest hits the ring and the pyro goes off. We get a pre-recorded promo where Priest talks about being from New York City, where Miz wouldn’t last. He goes on and says he will break Miz’s jaw. The bell rings and they lock up. Priest with a big inverted Atomic Drop. Priest levels Morrison for a quick pin attempt.

Back and forth now. Priest clotheslines Morrison over the top rope and he lands at the feet of The Miz. Miz checks on Morrison and stares back at Priest as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and Priest is in control in the ring. Morrison with a sweep. Morrison mounts Priest with strikes now. Morrison with a running knee to the face for a close 2 count as Miz brags on his partner from ringside. We see how Morrison hit his springboard kick during the break. Morrison grounds Priest in the middle of the ring now as Miz runs his mouth at ringside.

Fans rally as Priest fights up and out of the hold. Priest counters and drops Morrison on his face. Priest with more strikes now. Morrison with a kick as they trade more strikes. Priest with kicks but Morrison ducks a roundhouse. Morrison staggers Priest with a big kick. Priest with stiff kicks to send Morrison into the corner, then the running splash. Morrison counters Broken Arrow but Priest comes right back with a lariat for a 2 count. Miz ends up distracting Priest, allowing Morrison to hit a Spanish Fly from the corner.

Priest still kicks out at 2. Miz distracts the referee from the apron again but it backfires as Morrison was close to the pin. Priest comes back and hits the Bell Clap and then the Hit The Lights for the pin to win.

Winner: Damian Priest

– After the match, Priest stares Miz down as we go to replays. Priest celebrates the win as his music plays.

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 Date: May 4th 2021

Still to come, Damian Priest and The New Day will face Elias, Jaxson Ryker and The Miz. Back to commercial.

– Drew McIntyre approaches Adam Pearce backstage. He wants Braun Strowman in a match tonight. Pearce says he can do that and Drew immediately walks off.

– We go back to the ring for another must see edition of MizTV with The Miz and John Morrison. Elias and Jaxson Ryker are in the ring with them.

Miz brags about the success of his WWE 24 documentary and mentions how a new episode of “Miz & Mrs.” will air after RAW tonight. Miz tells Elias to introduce he and Ryker. Morrison introduces himself. Miz says they are all here in honor of Bad Bunny selling out his 2022 tour in minutes. Morrison congratulates Bunny. Miz takes full credit for the tour selling out because of their star power rubbing off on him at WrestleMania 37. They go on and want to give Bunny something. They begin an unplugged version of their “HEY HEY HO HO” song. Miz, Morrison and Ryker are rapping, and they’re all singing the chorus. The lights go out and here comes Damian Priest with his fiery entrance. Priest takes the mic and ends up interrupting The New Day’s Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods.

They come out as Priest says they have a surprise. Woods is carrying a large guitar case down to the ring with them. The surprise is… tomatoes. The guitar case is full of tomatoes. Priest and The New Day start unloading on Elias, Ryker, Miz and Morrison with tomatoes, getting the best of them as we go to commercial.

Elias, Jaxson Ryker and The Miz vs. Damian Priest and The New Day

Back from the break and we see what just happened with the tomatoes. Xavier Woods starts the match off with Elias. Elias turns it around in the corner and delivers chops as John Morrison cheers his team on. Jaxson Ryker tags in and takes over. Elias with a cheap shot from the apron while the referee is distracted.

Ryker slams Woods for a 1 count. Ryker keeps control and in comes Elias again. Elias drops Woods with an uppercut in the middle of the ring. Woods fucks clotheslines and levels Elias with a rolling elbow for a 2 count. Elias pounds on Woods some more. The Miz tags in but Woods drops him. Kofi Kingston tags in and they double team Miz. Kofi with a 2 count.

Drew McIntyre vs. Braun Strowman is confirmed for later. Woods tags back in as the quick double team offense continues on Miz. Kofi tags back in and springboards in, taking Miz down for a 2 count. Damian Priest wants in and he gets the tag. Miz retreats to his corner and wants no part of Priest. Ryker tags in and talks some trash. They lock up and go at it. Priest ends up sweeping the leg, then again after catching a kick. Ryker tags in Elias but Priest drops him. Miz runs in but Priest gets the best of him. Kofi runs in and sends Elias to the floor, next to Miz. Ryker stumbles over to check on them. Priest dances in the ring with The New Day as the others regroup at ringside.

Kofi brings Elias back in and goes to the top. Kofi with a big crossbody for 2 on Elias. Miz and Elias double team Kofi in the corner now. Miz runs into a kick. Kofi goes to the top but Elias pulls him to the floor on the outside while Ryker has the referee distracted. Miz runs around the ring and levels Kofi with a big kick at ringside. The two teams have words as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Miz levels Kofi with a kick for 2. Miz mounts Kofi with more offense as fans boo. Morrison rubs tomatoes in Kofi’s face while the referee is distracted. Miz and Elias double team Kofi. Elias is legal now as he works Kofi over some more. Elias with the big modified suplex for a close 2 count. The heels continue to punish Kofi and taunt his partners. Ryker comes in and levels Kofi for a 2 count. Ryker grounds Kofi and he starts to fade now.

Kofi reaches for a tag as fans rally but Ryker decks him. Ryker with a slingshot suplex as Elias tags in and follows up with a running forearm on Kofi for a close 2 count. Kofi fights back but Elias keeps swinging. Kofi mounts offense but Elias rams him back into their corner. Miz tags back in and stomps away on Kofi. Elias with more cheap shots while Kofi is down as fans boo Miz and his partners. Miz with It Kicks now while Kofi is on his knees. Kofi ducks the roundhouse and catches Miz with SOS for a big pop.

Kofi and Miz are both down now as their partners reach. Priest and Elias tag in. Priest with a jumping back elbow. Priest decks Ryker as he runs in. Priest leaps into the corner with a stage dive on Elias,then Ryker but Ryker catches him. Priest ends up keeping control and hitting a top rope spin kick to Elias but Miz breaks the pin with a running boot. Priest with Broken Arrow to Miz. Woods comes off the top but Elias hits him with the Simple Knee for a close 2 count.

Ryker tags in but Woods fights he and Elias off. Ryker goes for a tilt-a-whirl slam but Woods blocks it. Priest runs in and holds him with Elias as Kofi goes to the top for a missile dropkick but he still kicks out at 2. Morrison with an assist but it backfires. Priest ends up leaping out of the ring to Miz and Morrison on the floor. Ryker fights Woods off from behind. Kofi also gets involved but goes back to the floor, which leads to Woods rolling Ryker up for the pin to win.

Winners: The New Day and Damian Priest

– After the match, Priest and The New Day begin celebrating as the music hits and we go to replays. The celebration continues on the stage as we see the heels recovering at ringside.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: April 27th 2021

Priest interrupts and defends Bunny. Miz rants back and challenges Priest to a match. Morrison says he was just about to challenge Priest. Miz and Morrison argue until Maryse yells at them to stop. She says they can both fight Priest. Priest calls them idiots and says he’s fine with a Handicap Match. Priest heads to the ring but they want to wait until later because they’re dressed in Gucci loafers and suits. We go back to commercial.

2-on-1 Handicap Match: The Miz and John Morrison vs. Damian Priest

Back from the break and Damian Priest goes at it with The Miz. The match was made official during the break. Miz and John Morrison are not dressed to compete. Priest gets double teamed early on as Maryse watches from ringside.

Morrison lends an elbow as Miz launches Priest into it. Morrison comes in for a 2 count. Morrison mounts Priest from behind with strikes now. Morrison unloads in the corner with body shots now. Miz tags back in and goes to work after showing off. Priest turns it around and goes from corner to corner on each opponent. He hits a Falcon Arrow on Morrison. Miz ducks a clothesline but Priest hits a heel kick. Morrison looks on from the floor, recovering. Priest hits the South of Heaven chokeslam but Morrison runs in to break the pin up.

Priest drops Morrison as he comes back in off a tag. Priest goes to the top but Morrison rolls to the floor to regroup. Priest runs the ring and leaps over the top rope, taking Miz and Morrison down on the floor for a big pop. Priest brings it back in and goes to the top but has to come down to deck Miz on the apron, then kick him to the floor. Priest goes back up top but Morrison rocks him. Morrison climbs up but Priest elbows away.

Priest goes back to the apron and kicks Morrison from the turnbuckles to the mat. Priest goes back to the top and hits a super heel kick to Morrison for a close 2 count. Priest looks to put Morrison away but Morrison fights back Priest doesn’t see the tag as he nails Hit The Lights on Morrison. Miz runs in and Priest blocks the Skull Crushing Finale. Priest goes to put Miz away but Maryse tries to pull him to safety. Priest gets Miz back in but is distracted by Maryse once again. Miz takes advantage and rolls Priest up for the pin to win with his feet on the ropes.

Winners: The Miz and John Morrison

After the match, Miz stumbles around at ringside and loses his pants, showing his boxers. They regroup with Maryse as we get replays and Priest recovers in the ring.

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 Posted by: Jane
 Date: April 13th 2021

Bad Bunny and Damian Priest vs. The Miz and John Morrison

We go back to the ring and out comes WWE Hall of Famer Booker T for guest commentary. He joins Cole, Joe and Saxton. A bunch of people dressed as Easter Bunnies come hopping down the ramp and around the ringside area. The bunnies fill the ring next and out comes The Miz and John Morrison with pyro. They sing their “Hey Hey Hop Hop” song on the way to the ring, joining the bunnies. We get a long video package looking at Bad Bunny’s successful year and his time with WWE next. We go back to the ring and out comes Damian Priest as the pyro goes off. Bad Bunny’s music starts playing next. We get a look at a big 18 wheeler truck arriving outside of the stadium. Bunny is kneeling down on the top. The truck enters the stadium and Bunny is on the stage now. He jumps around and gets hyped up as the pyro goes off. Bunny enters the ring and joins Priest as Miz and Morrison look on.

Priest starts with Miz and approaches Miz with a fist in the corner but Miz and Morrison yell out for him to stop. They want Bunny to start. Fans cheer as Priest tags Bunny to start. Bunny feeds off the crowd as he sizes Miz up. Miz taunts him and Bunny drops him with a right hand. They go at it again and Miz gets rocked a second time as fans cheer Bunny on.

Bunny ends up unloading in the corner but Miz turns it around and holds him there. Miz backs off and Bunny nails a double leg takedown, unloading on the mat. Miz turns it around and kicks Bunny in the gut, then works him over on the mat. Miz takes it back to the corner and rakes Bunny’s face over the top rope while taunting Booker T. Bunny counters another move and nails an arm drag, sending Miz to the floor for a breather.

Miz runs back in but Bunny nails a takedown, then a roll up for 2. Morrison calms Miz down some now. Miz calls for a test of strength but he kicks Bunny and beats him down. Miz launches Bunny face-first into the second rope and he hits hard. Miz has words with Priest now. Bunny keeps fighting from the apron and comes in. Bunny catches Miz a spinning back fist. Bunny with a head scissors, spinning him around and sending him flying. Morrison tags in and charges but Bunny ends up dropping him with a headbutt.

Bunny with a running splash in the corner, and another but this time Morrison meets him with an elbow. Miz drops Bunny with a cheap shot from the apron. More offense from Morrison and Miz as Miz comes back in. The referee checks on Bunny and Priest wants in. Miz keeps knocking Bunny down while taunting Priest. Bunny mounts offense again but Miz stops the tag. Bunny rolls Miz for a 2 count. Miz levels Bunny with a boot to the face. Miz with his signature DDT now. Miz wastes some time while looking over at Priest, who wants the tag.

Miz drags Bunny to their corner, then stomps away, kicking him to the floor. Morrison grabs Bunny and slams him face-first into the announce table while the referee is distracted with Priest. Morrison rolls Bunny back in and tags in. Miz kicks Bunny on the way out. Morrison does the Spin-a-rooni to taunt Booker T. Miz tags back in and Morrison holds Bunny. Miz talks some trash and punches him in the gut. Miz tries for a cheap shot on Priest and angers him. The referee is distracted with Priest again, allowing Miz and Morrison to double team Bunny some more. Miz yells out to the crowd for more boos.

Miz takes Bunny back to the corner and mounts him, keeping control. Miz runs into a big boot int he corner. Bunny then drops Morrison as he charges. Fans pop as Bunny goes on and drops Miz with a tornado DDT. Priest rallies now as Bunny shakes it off and looks to crawl for the tag. Miz grabs the leg but Bunny tags anyway. Priest comes in and rocks Miz, then Morrison, then yanks Morrison over the top rope. Miz misses a kick and Priest nails him with a heel kick. Priest unloads on Morrison now, then clotheslines him for a pop.

Priest gets hyped up and plays to the crowd. Priest fires an arrow into the air, then hits the running back elbows to each competitor in the corners. Priest launches Miz at Morrison and they both go down. Priest with the South of Heaven chokeslam for a 2 count as Morrison breaks it up. All four are in the ring now. Priest grabs Miz while Bunny grabs Morrison and they both drive them into the mat for dual 2 counts. Miz and Morrison barely kick out just in time. Bunny whips Priest into the ropes and he leaps out, taking Miz and Morrison down on the floor. Priest points at Bunny now and fans pop. Bunny goes to the top and nails the dive, taking Miz and Morrison down on the floor.

Priest and Miz tangle now in the middle of the ring now. Miz counters and drops Priest with the Skull Crushing Finale but Bunny runs in and breaks the pin up just in time. Fans chant for Bunny now. Morrison pulls Bunny to the floor but Bunny rocks him and hits a big Bunny Destroyer on the floor. Miz is shocked at what he just saw. Priest kicks Miz away from the corner. Priest then calls for the finish and puts Miz on his shoulders. Bunny goes to the top and hits a crossbody to bring Miz off Priest’s shoulders. Bunny covers Miz for the pin to win his in-ring debut.

Winners: Bad Bunny and Damian Priest

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 Posted by: Jane
 Date: April 11th 2021