Apollo Crews versus Dolph Ziggler in a Chairs Match
Crews attacks Ziggler from behind and he sends Ziggler into the ringside barrier and apron. The match starts and Crews with a clothesline and suplex. Ziggler goes to the floor and Crews throws chairs into the ring. Ziggler kicks Crews in the knee. Ziggler with a neck breaker. Ziggler gets a near fall. Ziggler with a punch but Crews with a drop kick. Crews with a moonsault off the apron. We are back and Crews is down on the mat. Crews with a jaw breaker and then Ziggler runs into an elbow. Ziggler goes for a chair but Crews with a thrust kick and a running kick. Crews with a flying clothesline. Crews tosses a chair to Ziggler and hits an enzuigiri. Crews with an standing moonsault onto a chair on Ziggler and Crews gets a near fall. Ziggler with an elbow and Crews is sent into the ring post. Ziggler with a rollup for a near fall using the ropes. Crews with an Olympic Slam onto the chair for a near fall.
Crews goes fo the toss power bomb but Ziggler wtih a rake of the eyes and then Ziggler with a drop toe hold onto the edge of the chair. Crews has trouble breathing and Ziggler picks up Crews and he drops Crews onto the top of the chair with an atomic drop for the three count.
Backstage: Dolph Ziggler says the new era of the WWE has been canceled by him. If you think you can replace him…Ziggler super kicks the green screen and he says to replace that.
Battle Royal to Determine Who Faces Bray Wyatt at Wrestlemania for the WWE Championship because Randy Orton surrendered his Opportunity by Winning the Royal Rumble because of the Wyatt Family (featuring John Cena, AJ Styles, Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, Apollo Crews, Miz, Kalisto, Mojo Rawley, Luke Harper, and Dean Ambrose)
Ambrose enters the ring and he goes after Corbin so the match starts. Harper tries to eliminate Styles but Styles stops Harper wtih a rake of the eyes. Miz kicks Rawley and Kalisto stops Miz. Ambrose picks up Crews but Crews gets to his feet and he picks up Ambrose but Ambrose gets to the ropes. Ziggler knocks Cena down. Styles and Ziggler work on Cena. Cena is on the apron and Styles tries to eliminate Ziggler but Dolph lands on the apron. Miz is sent to the apron and he holds on while Rawley and Crews try to send Miz to the floor. Styles is on the apron after Corbin and Ambrose work together. Ambrose blocks a hesitation DDT and Ambrose tries to eliminate Ziggler, but Dolph lands on the apron. Ambrose sends Dean into the turnbuckles and Ziggler gets back into the ring. Harper fights off Corbin in the corner. Ambrose kicks Styles and sends him to the mat. Ambrose chops Kalisto and Styles. Ziggler punches Harper in the corner but Harper sends Ziggler to the apron. Rawley has MIz up but Miz gets to his feet and he punches Rawley. Cena gets Corbin on his shoulders but he collapses under Corbin’s weight. Corbin gives Miz Deep Six while everyone else is down. Rawley with punches to Corbin and a splash in the corner. Corbin eliminates Rawley. Harper with a super kick to Corbin. Kalisto with Salida Del Sol to Ziggler followed by a drop kick to Harper. Kalisto with a quebrada in the corner. Ziggler is sent to the apron by Kalisto. Ziggler sends Kalisto to the apron and Kalisto with kicks. Ziggler adjusts the mask and he super kicks Kalisto off the apron.
Crews with a flying clothesline to Corbin and Ziggler drops Crews across the top rope from the apron. Crews with an enzuigiri to eliminate Ziggler. Ziggler gets a chair and Crews puts down Ambrose. Kalisto is hit with a chair and Corbin eliminates Crews. Crews gets the chair and he chases Ziggler to the back.
Backstage: Renee Young is with Dolph Ziggler, Renee asks Dolph about what he did after his match on Sunday.
Dolph says he has been sore and he has been a loser, but the only sore losers are Kalisto and Crews, thank to him. What Dolph did was send a message to the new generation. Everyone thinks they are here to replace him, but they are not. Dolph says he is just getting started and he has a long way to go. If he has to eliminate an entire generation, he will do it. No one steals the show like him and no one will steal his place.
Dolph Ziggler vs. Apollo Crews & Kalisto
Crews entered alone first. When Kalisto entered, Ziggler attacked him from behind on the stage and then tossed him hard into the digital board. Crews wasn’t happy. So, it’s a singles match. Crews attacked Ziggler and worked him over with punches in the corner. He was setting up to suplex Ziggler from the apron into the ring but was instead snapped throat-first onto the top rope.
Ziggler worked over Crews, using his boot to choke him in the corner before nailing a hangman’s neckbreaker. Ziggler cinched in a side chinlock but Crews fought his way out. Ziggler went for a superkick but Crews caught it. Ziggler nailed Crews and snapped him down to the mat. Ziggler continued to control him and rode Crews’ back with a rear chinlock. Crews fought back but was snapped with anther neckbreaker. Kalisto began limping towards the ring. Ziggler complained to the referee, allowing Crews to nail an enziguiri from behind. Kalisto pulled himself up on th apron. Crews crawled to make a tag and finally did. Kalisto nailed a big kick and a springboard reverse seated senton for a two count. Kalisto nailed a handspring kick. Apollo tagged in as Ziggler was taking Kalisto down, so Crews slipped in from behind and nailed a sitdown spinning powerbomb for a two count.
Winners: Kalisto & Apollo Crews
After the match: Ziggler attacked Kalisto, wiping him out on the apron before hitting the ring and Pillman-izing Crews’ ankle with a chair. He went and did it again, further cementing how far he’s gone after turning heel. The crowd chanted, “Thank you Ziggler.”
The weight of words matters, and Dolph Ziggler may just find that out the hard way. After perennially targeting Kalisto and his good friend Apollo Crews for weeks on SmackDown LIVE, and then boasting about his antics, The Showoff will take on both Superstars in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match at Elimination Chamber 2017.
Following his shocking betrayal of Kalisto on Jan. 10, Ziggler has waged several aggressive attacks against Kalisto and Crews individually, each time with the other Superstar coming to his friend’s aid. No help could be found on the Feb. 7 edition of SmackDown LIVE, however, when both Kalisto and Crews felt the wrath of a steel chair from Ziggler. Then Ziggler, as he is prone to do, talked himself into a corner, telling SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan that he could defeat both Kalisto and Crews straight-up. With Team Blue being the land of opportunity, Bryan gave Ziggler just that chance, scheduling him for a 2-on-1 Handicap Match this Sunday. Will The Showoff be able to back up his words and defeat two of SmackDown LIVE’s most promising talents in one fell swoop? Or, will the numbers game, in conjunction with the immense talent of Crews and Kalisto, result in a loss for Ziggler?
Apollo Crews versus Dolph Ziggler
Crews avoids a clothesline and hits a drop kick. Crews runs Ziggler into the corner. Crews sends Ziggler into the ring post. Ziggler sends Crews into the ring post and then he hits a hesitation DDT. Ziggler sets for a super kick and Crews blocks it and gets the three count with a rollup. Winner: Apollo Crews
After the match: Ziggler attacks Crews and then he gets a chair and hits Crews in the back with it. Kalisto comes to the ring and he avoids a chair shot and then he hits a spin kick that knocks the chair out of Ziggler’s hands. Kalisto with a series of kicks and then he goes for Sliced Bread and Ziggler crotches Kalisto. Ziggler hits Kalisto in the back. Dolph hits Crews in the back with the chair one more time.
Backstage: Dolph Ziggler is walking in the back. Daniel Bryan wants to know what Dolph is doing. Dolph says he is getting ready to leave. Daniel says Dolph cannot have a tantrum when he loses. Dolph says he can beat both of them. Daniel says that Dolph will be facing Kalisto and Apollo Crews in a handicap match at the Elimination Chamber on Sunday.
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