WWE Brock Lesnar’s Go To Hell Tour Presents: Live From MSG

Tonight, WWE Network will feature a house show that will be headlined Brock Lesnar Vs The Big Show.  I also believe we will see Seth Rollins Vs John Cena, for the United States Title, inside a steel cage.

We start the show in 7 minutes.

For the first time, in over a decade….”The Beast” Brock Lesnar comes back to “The Most Famous Arena”, MSG.

We kick the show off with Sheamus and Rusev Vs Randy Orton and Dolph Ziggler.

Rich Brennan, JBL, and Byron Saxton welcome us to the show.

The team of Orton and Ziggler win when Orton hits a RKO, and pins Sheamus.

Rusev is on the mic, telling Sheamus he could beat those men by themselves.  He is as useless as Lana.  Go pack your suitcase, and leave.

Sheamus comes back with a Brogue Kick on Rusev.

And he suggests to Rusev he kiss his arse.

Later tonight, Seth Rollins Vs John Cena, inside a steel cage.  But Rollins has to think about Kane.

Oh lord, they are presenting this as a continuation of the storylines here.

Renee Young is with Kane.

Kane is on crutches, but he is here for one reason….Seth Rollins has a chance to bring back the United States Title back inside the most famous arena, Madison Square Garden.  He just visited Seth, and he seemed scared for a demon, and Kane assured him that if he saw that demon, he would come running, or hobbling.

Stardust Vs Neville is now.

Red Arrow, which is an awesome move.

Renee Young is with Paul Heyman.

Ladies and gentlemen, his name is Paul Heyman.  And on behalf of all of us home-grown New Yorkers, he wants to welcome us to the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden.

If you can’t get your breath here when you walk in, you aren’t human, because this place is special.  Which is why it’s unusual for a big 7’foot giant to come into this building breathing, because he is like Boston Celtics.  Except his home team doesn’t have defense, this is all about offense, and his client will take care of Big Show tonight, this is the capital of Suplex City, his client is Brock Lesnar.

We are live in New York City, and we see footage of last Monday night on Raw, with the diva trouble.

Diva tag action is up now.  Team Bella Vs Team PCB.

Team Bellas win with a Rack Attack, Nikki pins Paige after Charlotte and Becky turn their backs on their partner.

Paige can’t believe her teammates would do this to her. She is their best friends. She would never do anything like that to her teammates. She doesn’t know if she can ever forgive them, and she walks off.

We see what happened this past week between Wyatt and Reigns on Raw and Smackdown.

Reigns Vs Wyatt inside Hell in a Cell, on October 25th.

Our next match is for the IC Title. Y2J Vs KO.

Jericho informs us this is the 25th anniversary of Chris Jericho tonight. Lance Storm is in attendance, his first opponent. They did a 10-minute draw, and went from The Moose Hall to Madison Square Garden.

He remembers being 3 years old, and watching his dad, Ted Irvine playing for the New York Rangers. And here he is, after all of these years later, with his friends.

Lance Storm, Don Callus, and in front of so many Jericholics. Tonight, he has a chance to become an Intercontinental Champion for a unprecented 10 times.

Win or lose, he is going to celebrate near 32nd street, with the Jericholics and we will never…..EEEEEEEEEEEEVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVER be the same, agAIn!!

Owens Vs Jericho is up now.

Owens rolls up Jericho after he poked Jericho in the eye, who was trying a Walls.

A fun match here.

The Big Show is ready for his match with Lesnar.

But now, WWE Tag Team Titles are on the line. The New Day Vs The Dudley Boyz.

Dudleys win again, by DQ. After a 3-D, Xavier interferes again.

Such a cheap ending, this felt like a title change in MSG.

But Xavier goes through a ride, again.


Brock Lesnar Vs Big Show is now.

My gosh, 3 Chokeslams from The Big Show. 5 trips to Suplex City by Brock, and a F-5 gives Brock the win.

Incredible action in so little time.

The Go To Hell Tour continues this Monday night.

Brock comes out for more.

Suplex number 6.

And another F-5.

Our main event, inside a steel cage for the United States Title. John Cena Vs Seth Rollins is now.

Cena wins when “Demon” Kane came out just as Rollins was climbing over the cage, he tried to do a splash, but is met with an Attitude Adjustment, and retains his title.

Now Kane comes into the ring, and gives Seth a Chokeslam, and a Tombstone Piledriver, sending the crowd home happy.

Kane wants the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, as we end the show.

Kevin’s Thoughts:

Overall, I liked this show, even though at times, it did feel like another episode of Raw. But the final two matches delivered, and felt special. I can see Cena Vs Rollins anytime.

Now that this show was over, I expect WWE to now focus on Hell in a Cell, which should be a big show.

What were your thoughts on tonight? Send them to me.


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11 Responses to WWE Brock Lesnar’s Go To Hell Tour Presents: Live From MSG

  1. adztheman says:

    Surprised they slapped a Divas match in the middle of this…and why wasn’t Lesner the headliner, since they spent weeks promoting this thing?

    Wonder if this is going to a be a trend of going into big market house shows and running live shows for the network…not the worst idea…since WWE started its rise by being part of the USA Network, which was in its infancy little more than the MSG feed one could get on NYC Cable.

    • The only thing I didn’t like was the announcers treated the show like an episode of Raw. House shows are about having fun, so treat it as that. The only bright thing is Cole didn’t work it, but so did JBL and Saxton.

      • adztheman says:

        Yeah, House Shows have a much different vibe…I think they still have agents on site, and I think they also tape some segments…since they have had titles change hands at house shows, or a least that was the case many years ago.

      • Right, there has to be some video footage. I just hated JBL doing his heel commentating. If they needed broadcaters, give us Rich Brennan and Saxson.

      • adztheman says:

        It would appear that from listening to Booker T, he’s not sure if he’s supposed to be doing heel or face…

      • Booker doesn’t need to be face or heel, he’s Booker T. Saxson though needs to create a persona, something he hasn’t done yet.

      • adztheman says:

        Tazz has real issues with Saxson…part of the problem is, they’re trying to do a three man booth…just glad they got the Uso experiment over and done with…that was painful…

      • I don’t even watch Smackdown anymore, so I don’t know how bad Uso was.

      • adztheman says:

        Uso’ commentary can be summed up this way:

        ”That was huge, dog!”

        ”Did you see that, dog?!”

        I still watch Smackdown…trying to catch up on IGPW and Ring of Honor…I still watch WWE, just find myself Fast Forwarding through so much of it…could care less about the Divas, the tag team division is just so awful, and how many 20 minute promos do we have to sit through?

        Smackdown can be viewed in about an hour when you fast forward through everything…and if I buy Stephanie a curling iron and some curlers, would she use them? Can’t Paul buy her that stuff?

      • How about firing the wardrobe woman? LOL

  2. adztheman says:

    Or letting Stephanie’s three daughters fix their Mom’s hair for her? Give them something to do…

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