Backstage footages from WWE Survivor series 2015: Rise and fall of the Roman Empire
The rebel Big Dog has reached the top mountain by achieving the ultimate goal, the WWE championship title only to fall from that mountain when Triple H and co. decide to crush his fate with the new ‘man’ Sheamus. Relive the journey of Roman from the time he arrived at the Phillips Arena and came out to brawl with his two opponents of the night. The footages show how he concentrated before his matchup against Del Rio and then his brother Dean Ambrose. After seeing this video, you can feel the pain inside him after losing the title. We all had seen him crying on the ring after the night.
This backstage interview shows how The Celtic Warrior Sheamus initially prepared for his much anticipated moment before cashing in the Money in the bank briefcase and making it the perfect moment and also forming the ally with the Authority. The new ‘Authority’ stable looks quite promising and the ‘Mo-Hawk’ is not looking stupid right now.
Charlotte’s match against Paige became very personal over the weeks when the anti-diva ‘Paige’ decided to mention her late brother’s name in the mix. Here The Flair girl is discussing the importance of winning the Divas championship match against Paige. Though the rivalry is not over yet and Charlotte has to bring her best against Paige in the near future.
It is always to treat to watch veterans like Goldust come back in action. Below interview shows how he himself feels about the comeback and what drives him at this age so far. The prince pretty along with his eye candy Summer Rae is also interviewed about his win against Dolph Ziggler.
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