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November 07, 2020

The MTV EMA will air globally on Sunday, Nov. 8, on MTV. In the U.S., you can tune in at 7 p.m. ET to see all the action.

Are you ready for the 2020 MTV EMA? Like, do you have your winners picked? Your calendar blocked off? Your *ensemble* all sorted out?? I know, I know, the show isn’t going to be anything like it’s been in years before (thanks, 2020), but that doesn’t mean we can’t do ev. er. y. thing. possible to make it feel like we’re there, right?? Have no fear! We’ve put together a quick little guide to help you set up the ultimate at-home EMA viewing experience.

THE ~SPECIAL~ EARLY WINNER LIVE STREAM
Hours before the 2020 MTV EMA kick off, we’re giving away trophies to the Best Regional Act winners. We’re talking Best Nordic Act, Best Brasilian Act, Best Korean Act — that sort of thing. Johnny Orlando, last year’s Best Canadian Act, will be presenting the awards on MTV EMA Facebook Live at 7PM CET. Make sure to tune in — you never know who might show up!

THE PRE-GAME
The party is starting early! Tune into MTV at 8PM CET for exclusive interviews and performances by Why Don’t We, Madison Beer, and 24kGoldn.

THE SHOW
Then, (duhhhh) you’ve gotta watch the show! Where can you watch the 2020 MTV EMA? Well, you have some options: You can watch the 2020 MTV EMA on Sunday, Nov. 8 at 9PM CET on MTV or mtvema.com. You won’t want to miss performances by Alicia Keys, Sam Smith, Maluma, Doja Cat, DaBaby, YUNGBLUD, Tate McRae, Jack Harlow, Karol G and David Guetta!

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November 07, 2020

Orlando, Florida – Amway Center

Kayla Braxton is backstage with Jey Uso for an interview. Paul Heyman appears. He asks if Reigns authorized this interview but that was a rhetorical question. Reigns did not authorize this interview. Heyman tells Uso that Reigns wants to see him. Kayla comments on Reigns and Jey, saying Heyman has a better spot in the family than Jey, but Jey doesn’t like what she has to say, for the second time in this interview. Jey asks her if she’s still throwing shade. He repeats himself. Heyman tells Uso to not keep Reigns waiting. They walk off together with Jey staring down at Kayla.

 

Jey Uso is with Paul Heyman outside of Roman Reigns’ locker room. Heyman says he really respects what Uso is trying to do but if he’s going to do something like that, he needs to run it by Reigns first. Uso can’t believe he has to get permission from his cousin to do an interview on TV. Heyman confirms. Jey says let’s go talk to him then. Heyman tells Jey to stay here, in the hallway, and he will go check with Reigns and come back. Heyman walks in and Uso waits. Reigns comes back out and asks Uso why he’s talking to Kayla, trying to tell his story or something? Uso says he was just giving an interview. Reigns says there’s a chain of command. Uso has to come to him first and if he can’t find him, go to Heyman next. Reigns asks what’s going on with Kevin Owens. Uso says he was just making bad jokes. Read more

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November 01, 2020

Orlando, Florida – Amway Center

Jey Uso is already in the ring and out comes WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns with Paul Heyman as Greg Hamilton does the introductions. Reigns stops on the stage and the pyro goes off.


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Uso and Reigns face off in the ring now. Heyman takes the mic and begins to speak but Jey snatches the mic from him. Jey gets emotional as he goes on about how Reigns isn’t that type of person, Reigns didn’t beat him. Reigns says Uso can make any excuse he wants but Reigns warned he would make Jey quit, and he quit. The boos get louder. Reigns tells Uso to take the oath, accept the membership, and fall in line. Jey says that was a snake move Reigns did. Just like they were kids, Reigns always one-upping him. Uso says he cannot get down with Reigns, he can’t respect him. The title has Reigns tripping, Jey says.

Jey says Reigns used the only person in the world he would quit for, brother Jimmy Uso. Jey says Reigns knew exactly what he was doing and Reigns agrees. Reigns tells Heyman that Jey still doesn’t understand. These are the things you have to do to keep the title, to be the face of WWE. The boos get louder. Reigns says the consequences are real. He mentions WWE Hall of Famers The Wild Samoans being on the stage on Sunday. Reigns says the whole family endorses him. Reigns gets more in Jey’s face now and taunts him, asking what he’s going to do. Jey says he hates Reigns. Why do you have to do me like this? I hate you, man. Reigns says he’s sure Jey does hate him right now, but Reigns loves Jey and has always loved him. Reigns says by the end of the night, Jey will fall in line.

Reigns drops the mic as Jey doubles over, crying. The boos get louder. Reigns exits the ring as Heyman watches from near the barrier. Reigns’ music hits and he stops to look back at Jey in the ring. The Tribal Chief marches up the ramp with the title thrown over his shoulder. Jey stares him down now. Reigns stops on the ramp and looks ahead, says something to Heyman. They nod and Reigns keeps walking to the back. Read more

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October 25, 2020

 

Orlando, Florida Amway Center

Kickoff pre-show
The 2020 WWE Hell In a Cell Kickoff pre-show opens up from the WWE ThunderDome inside the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. Charly Caruso welcomes us. She’s joined on the panel by Peter Rosenberg and three WWE Hall of Famers – Booker T, Jerry Lawler and Jeff Jarrett, making his Kickoff panel debut.

We go backstage to Kayla Braxton and Paul Heyman. She asks about tonight’s “I Quit!” Hell In a Cell match. Heyman tells Kayla to do herself a professional favor and take the hype out of her voice. He goes on about Jey Uso vs. WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, staring Kayla down and talking about how Reigns will win. Heyman walks off and we go to a break.

 

“I Quit” Hell In a Cell Match for the WWE Universal Title: Jey Uso vs. Roman Reigns

We go to Hell In a Cell as Jey Uso makes his way out for his first-ever singles match inside the structure. Jey is wearing a custom lei tonight. The announcers say the elaborate lei represents family, celebration, the love he has for his cousin, and more. Fans cheer Uso on as he enters the Cell. Out next comes WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns for tonight’s opener, with Paul Heyman right behind him. The boos get louder as Reigns stops on the stage and stares down to the ring. Reigns raises the title as the pyro explodes. Reigns marches down the ramp and stops to look up at the Cell. Cole shows us a clip from Heyman’s brief Kickoff pre-show interview with McKenzie Mitchell, talking about the consequences that Uso will face when he loses. We get formal ring introductions from Greg Hamilton.

The bell rings as Reigns shakes his head at Uso. They size each other up and talk trash, getting louder with each other. They aggressively lock up. Reigns drops Uso with a shoulder block. Reigns rocks Uso with a big right hand. Reigns keeps talking trash and nails a suplex in the middle of the ring. Reigns sends Uso into the turnbuckles and is taking his time Read more

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October 23, 2020

Orlando, Florida – Amway Center

Reigns enters the ring and raises the title in the air as the boos get louder. Before Reigns can speak, Jey appears on the big screen. He’s backstage in Reigns’ VIP suite. Uso taunts The Tribal Chief and says Reigns has changed. He’s got his head so far up his Tribal Chief ass, he’s lost connections with himself and their family. Uso takes off his bandana and hat, and says don’t ask me… ask my brother, Jey. This was Jimmy Uso on the big screen all along. Jimmy reveals that Jey is right behind Reigns.

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Jey unloads on Reigns as the crowd pops. Jey goes to swing a steel chair but Reigns drop him with a big boot. Reigns goes to use the chair now but Jey superkicks him down. Jey goes to the top rope and hits a big Uso splash. Jey is fired up as he exits the ring, yelling at Reigns while he’s down. Jey hits the stage to stand tall as his music hits. Jimmy comes out to join him as fans cheer them on. Heyman is in the ring now as Reigns gets back to his feet.

Reigns takes the mic and says this is funny to The Usos. He says if he’s forced to quit on Sunday, he’s not the Universal Champion, not the face of WWE, not the head of the table, not the Tribal Chief, not the provider for generations of their bloodline. If Uso can make Reigns quit, he can live with that but the question is… can Uso? Reigns asks if when he makes Jey quit, and he will make him quit, he will fall in line, take orders, acknowledge Reigns, respect him for who he is in WWE, and all that he does for their family. Reigns says if Uso can’t, then he’s just out. Not just Jey, his brother Jimmy too. Their wives, their children, their children’s children, they’re all out of the Anoa’i family. Reigns says they will all turn their backs on The Usos. Those are the consequences for Sunday. The boos get louder now. Heyman hands Reigns the title and he places it over his shoulder as the music starts up. The Usos are furious, looking back from the stage.

The Hell In a Cell structure starts lowering around Reigns in the ring now. The Usos come marching down the ramp. Jey climbs the Cell as Reigns looks on from the inside. Jey stares down at Reigns from the side of the Cell. Reigns holds the title up at him. They yell at each other as the Hell In a Cell go-home edition of SmackDown goes off the air.

source: wrestlinginc.com

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October 17, 2020

Paul Heyman finds himself at the start of a new challenge in his career after being relieved of his duties as executive director of “Monday Night Raw.” The 55-year-old is now the on-screen “special counsel to the tribal chief,” WWE Universal champion Roman Reigns, who is in the infancy of a long-awaited heel turn. Before standing in Reigns’ corner for his match with Braun Strowman on the season premiere of “Friday Night SmackDown” (Friday, 8.p.m, Fox), Heyman took time for some Q&A with The Post’s Joseph Staszewski.

(Edited for length and clarity)

Q: Is this the version of Roman Reigns he was meant to play?

A: Yes. This version of Roman Reigns needed some experience, adversity, seasoning and age. We were doing the interview on last week’s SmackDown that Roman did behind this fantastic power desk and he delivered an interview regarding Jey Uso and a lesson that Roman learned from his father, who was a WWE Hall of Famer Sika of the Wild Samoans. And I said to Roman, do you realize you could not have presented this facet of your personality even two-and-a-half, three years ago. You were still too young.

Now when you look at him and you look at his face, now you see a more mature persona. You can sign off on the fact that he has a decade of experience on a day-to-day basis with enormous main event battles over the past 10 years.

Q: There were thoughts he should have turned heel a long time ago. But do you think this wouldn’t have worked as well if it had been done at an earlier time?

A: I find it very funny how everyone is so quick to jump the gun that we are presenting this purely villainous version of Roman Reigns. The reason why I say that is, we haven’t even scratched the surface of the depths this character can go to. We’re not even out of the gate yet when it comes to that. There’s a long narrative and a fascinating journey ahead. All we’ve done is taken away the kissing babies and smiling into the camera and trying to put smiles on people’s faces of his personality, which a lot of people had trouble buying into from the get-go.

That’s always the responsibility and the obligation of the top star. I think it’s very accurate to say that what you’re seeing now is what they like to call a shoot because you’re seeing the weight and the pressure and the enormous burden that a top star, whether it be in WWE, the NBA, the NHL, the NFL, Major League Baseball, the No. 1 rated series on television, the biggest box office attraction in movies, the pressure and the weight and the burden is enormous on these people. And what you’re seeing is a characterization of someone living with that burden on a moment-by-moment basis and what it can do to you and the addiction that a perfectionist like Roman Reigns will develop over staying at that level above everyone else. Read more

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October 17, 2020

Orlando, Florida – Amway Center

WWE Universal Title Match: Braun Strowman vs. Roman Reigns

We go back to the ring for tonight’s main event and out first comes The Monster Among Men, Braun Strowman. The new RAW Superstar hits the ring to pyro. Out next comes WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns with Paul Heyman. The Tribal Chief also gets pyro. We get formal ring introductions from Greg Hamilton. Fans cheer and boo as we see Jey Uso backstage watching the two competitors face off in the ring. We go back to commercial.

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Back from the break and we see WWE Hall of Famer Steve Austin chatting via video call with FOX Sports’ Rob Stone again to promote Saturday’s college football on FOX. We see Stone and WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry watching from the ThunderDome crowd now. We go back to the ring and the bell rings to star the main event as Strowman gets sent to the floor after a lock-up. Strowman comes to the apron to re-enter but Reigns knocks him back to the floor with a Superman Punch. Reigns nails a dropkick on the apron and covers for a 1 count as Strowman kicks out with ease. We see Jey watching backstage again.

Reigns works on Strowman in the corner but Strowman fights back. Reigns with a big right hand and a kick to drop Braun again. Braun kicks out with ease again. Reigns sends Strowman over the top rope again. Reigns follows as the referee counts, slamming Strowman face-first into the steel ring steps. Strowman gets sent face-first into the announce table now. Strowman creates some space but Reigns leaps off the steel steps. Strowman blocks him in mid-air and ends up sending Reigns over the announce table to the floor. Read more

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