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On paper, the victors may have seemed obvious since The Dudley Boyz are the most decorated tag team in sports-entertainment history. However, at the Royal Rumble Kickoff, Jack Swagger & Mark Henry picked up the win in a Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Match that secured them a place in the Royal Rumble Match for the All-American collegiate and The World’s Strongest Man.

Swagger & Henry were forced to fend off not only The Dudley Boyz, but also The Ascension as well as Darren Young & Damien Sandow. With tensions running high, The All-American American jumped into the ring first for his team. Eventually animosities boiled over, and all four teams stormed the ring. Shortly after the official took control of the match and brought the ring action back to just two teams, Bubba Ray nearly pinned Viktor, until Swagger broke things up at the two-count. It was the first of two occasions that The All-American American would interrupt a pending three-count; the second time, however, allowed his partner Henry to take full advantage. The World’s Strongest Man tagged in and leveraged his considerable weight and power against Viktor for the win.

Though victory in a Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Match to kick off the Royal Rumble would certainly produce an abundance of laurels to rest upon, Swagger and Henry were far from content. The win meant that each Superstar had their ticket punched to the Royal Rumble Match itself, and would compete to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
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Wednesday, January 27th, 2016
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Everyone’s favorite Gamer Gauntlet commentator returns to UpUpDownDown in this episode of Superstar Savepoint. WWE’s Damien Sandow a.k.a. Sizzle joins Austin Creed to play some Trials Fusion while discussing his personal history with video games and martial arts while dropping both rhymes and Star Wars references.

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Thursday, July 30th, 2015
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In honor of his new film “The Marine 4: Moving Target,” — scheduled for release Friday on Digital HD and April 21 on DVD and Blu-ray — The Miz presented a special edition of his controversial show to praise … himself.

But after his co-star Summer Rae interrupted to debate her own contribution to the film, the subject moved to Damien Mizdow. When Miz’s former employee emerged, the A-Lister offered him a chance to apologize and say he was sorry. Mizdow did just that, before knocking The Awesome One out of the ring, destroying the “Miz TV” set and planting a surprise celebratory kiss on Summer Rae.
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Friday, April 10th, 2015
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It seems strange on the surface that an “A-lister” like The Miz would finally go toe-to-toe against Damien Mizdow on Raw instead of the bright lights of a pay-per-view. Then again, any star worth his salt gives the people what they want, and they want to see Mizdow beat the Moneymaker off his former boss. Alas, the people will have to wait.

Mizdow’s attempt at retribution was full of more frustration than strategy and Miz was quick to take advantage. A brutal, yet sloppy, opening salvo landed Mizdow in a world of trouble and, despite nearly trapping Miz in the Figure-Four Leglock, Miz’s sneakiness won out when he rolled his protégé up with a handful of tights for an ill-gotten win. It was hardly a Hollywood ending, but something tells us a sequel is soon to come.
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Tuesday, April 7th, 2015
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