This is the most interactive night in the year with the Slammy Awards coming live from Minneapolis, Minnesota as we are heading to cast the vote to our favorite Superstar, Diva, and Match of the year.


Just like last week, Stephanie McMahon kicks things off with a fresh smile on his face despite the happenings of last week and gets interrupted by none other than Roman Reigns. The princess just wants Roman to get out of her ring and delivers some bad news for his brethren by making Usos vs New Day 2-on-3 handicapped match and Dean Ambrose vs. Sheamus in a steel cage match.


Wyatt family vs. Kane, Tommy Dreamer and Dudleyz

The match was initially scheduled between a returning Kane against Bray Wyatt but team ECW had to show up when the Wyatts attacked Kane and the match proceeded to a 4-on-4 tag team match. The result remains same as previous weeks when Harper hit a discuss clothesline to D-Von Dudley for the win.


Kevin Owens vs. Dolph Ziggler

Previously a brawl broke out between Ziggler and Kevin Owens which led this matchup on RAW and it turned out to be another brawl inside the ring. The Show-off showed tremendous resiliency but run into his foe too recklessly and got struck by a pop-up powerbomb.


Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger

Splitting with Zeb Colter and allying with the League of Nations has benefitted Del Rio for sure making sure his match remains a one-sided contest. Jack Swagger only managed a late rally that only helped Del Rio to set up for the vicious Tree of Woe stomp from the top rope.


The Usos vs. The New Day

It was the first Stephanie McMahon sanctioned punishment of the night and the Usos seemed ready for even things off. Despite the odds and interference from Big E, Usos managed to hit an enzuigiri and roll up Woods for the win and special mention that the Usos also won the tag team of the year.


Rusev vs. Neville

After Nikki Bella won the Diva of the year, The Breakout star of the Year Neville squared off against the Bulgarian Brute Rusev but was unable to get the better of the super athlete. Rusev crushed him with the Accolade and delivered a beatdown after the match. His would be mentor Miz too was at ringside.


Brie Bella vs. Becky Lynch

These two again squared off after they met on Smackdown. Ric Flair was present once again at ringside providing some distraction sometimes knowingly or sometimes unknowingly to Becky. At the end, Becky reserved the La Magistral to lock in the disarmer for the win.


Dean Ambrose vs. Sheamus

It looked like a bad day at the office for the Intercontinental Champion when the League of Nations surrounded the steel cage on the main event. The momentum for Sheamus was built when he hit a white noise from the top rope, but Ambrose backfired with an elbow drop from the top of the cage. Sheamus’ minions got minimized by Reigns’ then who made his presence felt aftermath handing the Lunatic Fringe a steel chair inside which helped him to climb the cage and touch the mat first for the win. Stephanie’s second punishment too turned out to be an unsuccessful one making her mad after the show.


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