Welcome to the Live Results and Updates Blog from WWE SmackDown episode of 13 August 2019 (8/13/2019).
- Location- Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Canada
- Time- 8 PM EST(14 August 2019 12 AM GMT/5:30 AM IST)
This is the SmackDown edition of post SummerSlam TV programming from WWE. Below segments and matches are being advertised currently (Check the complete preview in the below link).
- Roman Reigns vs Buddy Murphy
- Will Randy Orton respond to Kofi Kingston’s Kendo stick attack?
- What’s next for Kevin Owens?
- Who will step up to Bayley next?
We will start posting updates once the show starts at 8 PM EST(14 August 2019 12 AM GMT/5:30 AM IST).
Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon Storyline Continues
The show opens with Kevin Owens entering the ring. The crowd is hot behind him. He takes some time to get going and finally says that yesterday marked the five year anniversary of the day he signed his WWE contract and over those five years he has created memories he would never forget and experiences he never thought he’d experience. He got in the ring with people he looked up to his entire career, some of the absolute best in this entire industry, and on Sunday he was in the ring with a man who calls himself the Best in the World.
Now that that’s done, he’s setting his sights on King of the Ring, because he’s said it before and will again, he’s been a WWE fan his entire life and King of the Ring was always one of his favorite things growing up. He’s thrilled to be competing in it, because winning it would mean just as much to him as winning any of the titles he’s already won, because who wouldn’t wanted to be named alongside legends like “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Edge, Bret “the Hitman” Hart, Owen Hart, and so many more? He’s adding his name to that list, he’ll guaranteed. Shane McMahon’s music hits and he enters at the ramp.
Shane says this is a nice little moment for Owens to celebrate his tainted victory but he’s out here for a couple reasons. He questions Owens’ manhood and KO says he’s not going to be lectured about manhood by somebody who used to be part of the Mean Street Posse. Shane calls Kevin a lowlife and a cheater and says he’s so upset to be looking at his face when Kevin should be in the unemployment line outside this building and it makes him want to come down and beat the crap out of him. Owens welcomes it but McMahon says he’s going to show restraint, but KO will someone else tonight and he will reveal it later.
Shane says the main reason he came here to talk was to show another piece of footage. Tape rolls of Owens wailing on Elias with a chair again and again. Shane says Elias was so traumatized he got the night off and the 24/7 title is suspended for the night. But the thing is he went after Elias with malice and was an official representing the company, and we have to protect our officials! You can never, ever go after an official intentionally, so in order, so Owens will be facing some repercussions, and in US dollars he’s going to be fined one hundred thousand dollars.
KO calls it a joke and says a hundred grand might be nothing to Shane but to him that’s his family’s future and his kid’s college or a downpayment on a house. And if McMahon is the man he claims to be he’ll reconsider because he knows it’s crap. Shane tells him “Nope.” and leaves, dropping the mic. Owens storms to the back after him.
Back from commercial, Kevin Owens is in the back and he storms into Shane McMahon’s office and gets in his face. McMahon begs off, saying he’s not a competitor right now and if Owens hits him, he’ll sue him and take every dime from him and put his family in peril. Kev backs down and Shane says it had to be done to set an example. KO says let’s make it a hundred and five and he throws a table before leaving.
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