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WWE Raw results, live blog (July 3, 2017): Great Balls of Fire go home show

WWE Monday Night Raw comes waltzing back into our lives tonight (July 3, 2017) from the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona, featuring the go home show to the upcoming Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view (PPV) scheduled for this Sunday night in Dallas, Texas.

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Come right back here at 8 p.m. ET when the Raw live blog kicks off once the show starts on USA. It will be below this line here. (REMINDER: NO GIFS OR PICS ARE ALLOWED IN THE COMMENTS SECTION. OFFENDERS WILL BE BANNED.)


Higher than a bird I'm flying; crimson skies of ice and fire. Borne on wings of steel, I have so much to feel and I won't come down no more, unless it's to liveblog this here pro wrestling show.

The show opens with a video package recapping Big Cass turning on Enzo Amore and their interaction since then.

Enzo makes his entrance and does the deal. He says over the past year, he's been knocked out cold on PPVs, beaten in hotel rooms, locked in hotel rooms naked, slammed through tables and on concrete, thrown off ladders and thrown off the entrance ramp and it all happened when Cass had his back.

For five years he stood behind him and watched, because he didn't have his back, he was looking right past him and taking advantage of his little buddy for being silver tongued. Be aware, however, that his mind and his mouth are about to go platinum. Week after week he runs his mouth and beating after beating he gets back up every time he gets knocked down.

Big never really had his back, so what's the worst think he or Conor McGregor can do? Knock him out cold on pay-per-view? It has been done. He's not the strongest or the baddest, but without a shadow of a doubt, he's one of the toughest guys to step through the ropes in a long, long time.

With the WWE Universe as his witness, he'll get up every time, because he's a Certified G and he's exactly himself. You can't teach confidence, and he's confident in his abilities, in who he is, and he's grateful, because he's one of one, and he'd push his dad down a wishing well and wish him well before he ever joined the dark side.

His father was a good man and raised him to be a good man, and he's grateful for every kid out there wearing his merch and dancing like him, because it helps him put food on the table, it's the reason why he gets back up every time, because he believes in the good that he's doing. It's a believe, a mystique, it's something you just can't teach.

He's physical proof that he's never dug a hole with his mouth so deep that he can't climb back out, and he walks it like he talks it, blindfolded, because he knows where he's going. Straight to the top, he's reaching new heights, and he's climbed out of holes way taller than seven feet.

He says Cass is nothing more than a seven foot catchphrase that he wrote. With god as his witness, nobody goes harder bouncing a check than Enzo Amore. Big says he's where the money's at, well don't be surprised when that merchandise check comes and it reads "zero dimes", unless he starts wearing a shirt that says "Casshole".

He drops the mic but comes back and says they were ride or die brothers, and that part of him is dead, because Cass killed it. But that boot that touched his lips was like CPR and all it did was breathe new life, hence why his bandana is tied like Tupac and from now on he's gonna be all he can be, and that's just him, and it's all eyes on him.

Big Cass is shown watching backstage when an interview rolls up. He says he's never heard someone talk for so long without saying anything. Enzo thinks he can talk the talk, but he won't be walking the walk because he won't be able to walk. Enzo thinks he's the star, but Cass is where the money is, and if he thinks he can run his mouth--


Sasha Banks makes her entrance, followed shortly by Bayley, they have a tag match after the break.

Back from commercial in time for the rest of our entrances.

Alexa Bliss & Nia Jax vs. Bayley & Sasha Banks

Bayley and Nia to start, almost right to a Samoan drop, Bayley wriggles away, throwing forearms, dropped with a headbutt. Headed to the apron, trying to put something together, Jax just drop her and puts boots to her in the corner. Hugger out, kicks to the midsection, dropkicks, Nia puts her face-first into the turnbuckles in response.

Boot up, tag to Banks, double dropkick, the Boss throwing forearms, whip denied, up and over, Jax catches her but Sasha puts her into the post and dropkicks her to the outside. Nia knocks Bayley off the apron, shoves the Boss away and heads around to sandwich the Hugger against the barricade to send us to break.

Back from commercial and Bliss has a Banks locked down. Sasha turns it around, putting her into the corner for a choke and stomping away. We're told this became a handicap match during the break and Bayley is absent although it's not clear the match has changed or they're being metaphorical.

Banks going two-on-one gamely, Alexa dodges the double knees and makes the tag. Backbreaker connects, elbow drops to the back, the cover is only good for two. Bliss in, assisted slap, choking the Boss against the ropes, quick tag, Banks throwing punches but she gets wiped out with an elbow and Jax presses the offense.

Bear hug locked on, I can hardly bear it! Wrenching away, shaking, tossing Sasha away with a wicked biel and tagging Bliss in. Stepping on the back of her neck, a cover gets two, wicked kick to the gut, lifting double wristlock, stepping Banks' hair. Throwing hands, fighting back but Bliss goozles her and snaps the Nodowa Otoshi down!

Double knees dodged, Sasha catches her with a running knee! Regal Cutter, Bliss looking for the DDT but Banks reverses...

Bayley & Sasha Banks win by submission with the Bank Statement crossface from Banks on Alexa Bliss.

Kurt Angle is backstage on his phone when Braun Strowman rolls up asking what he's gonna do when Roman Reigns can't compete in their ambulance match this weekend. Angle says as far as he knows Roman will make it, but Braun says he felt Reigns go limp when he threw in the ambulance and again insists he wants competition.

Angle says tonight he's got a roster full of superstars already booked and nobody wants to face Braun so close to pay-per-view. Strowman says he'll be going to the ring for competition, and Kurt better figure something out by then.

Commentary tells us we're getting a Brock Lesnar interview later and we go to break.

Back from commercial commentary hypes up Brock Lesnar vs. Samoa Joe and tosses to a video package chronicling their respective stories and their feud, and we immediately go to break when it's through.

Back from commercial, Cedric Alexander makes his entrance.

He feels like a broken record because he's said the nonsense with Alicia Fox and Noam Dar is over. What's gonna happen right now is Dar's gonna come down and he's gonna send him back to Fox with a matching neck brace.

Noam makes his entrance and Alicia is actually here tonight, albeit still wearing a neck brace.

Cedric Alexander vs. Noam Dar

Cedric charging in, all punches and kicks but Dar shoves him away and passes him to the apron looking for a breather. Springboard lariat, Noam bails again and when Alexander follows Fox gets in his face. back in the ring, roll into a handspring headscissors, Dar blocks, fires a kick off for a quick cover and goes after Cedric's arm.

Wristlock, judo throw, kneeling armbar, shoulder armbreaker when Alexander goes to get out, kicks, one gets caught and Cedric plants him with the backfist. Alicia on the apron running interference, Dar tries to capitalize with a schoolboy, reversed...

Cedric Alexander wins by pinfall with the Lumbar Check.

Fox rips the neck brace off and loses her mind yelling at Alexander.

Commentary talks about the reaction to the Balls on MizTV last week, and Miz himself will talk about the controversy after the break.

Back from commercial, Miz, Maryse, and the Miztourage make their entrance.

Last week, he says, he brought the ratings with his controversial interview with the Ball family, exposing them as overhyped and soon to be forgotten. See, he knows talent, and that's why he took Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas from supporting players to featured stars, and there's no bigger loser than LaVar Ball.

How embarrassing can you get, walking around topless like a raving lunatic? Miz scoffs at the idea of Dean Ambrose representing the Big Baller Brand, since the only thing Dean represents is wasted potential. Understand, when Ambrose first came to WWE, everybody in the locker room saw his promise, his toughness, his unorthodox charisma, he was going to be the next "Rowdy" Roddy Piper.

But we were wrong, we got wacky Dean Ambrose, the guy who would rather tell a joke, and it's because Dean can't handle success. Every time Ambrose was in the main event, he caved under the pressure, everybody saw it. But Miz says he revels in that pressure, and Dean can't be a top guy like him, can't make the Intercontinental Championship relevant.

You can laugh at Dean's jokes all you want, but understand that Ambrose is the biggest joke of them all.

Enter Dean Ambrose. He says after that trainwreck last week he thought we might never see another MizTV, but here Miz is, going on and on. But it's all true, Miz has him figured out, but if he really knew him, he might realize that he doesn't care that he's hiding behind two bodyguards and maybe he would realize that he wants his rematch and he wants it right here, tonight.

Enter Beauty and the Man-Beast. Heath Slater gets on the mic and says he doesn't mean to be disrespectful, but the last man to beat the Miz wasn't Dean Ambrose, it was him. He's never even had a shot at the Intercontinental Championship, and he's been here for eight years! He's got a family, he's got kids, and he's sick and tired of going home every week and telling them not to worry because daddy will make everything better, when in reality he doesn't know if he can make everything okay.

He needs this opportunity, he wants this opportunity, and he's earned this opportunity for his kids. Dean is surprised that he has kids and talks about waiting his turn, and he tells Heath to go to the back of the line. Miz calls for quiet and tells Ambrose he'll get his rematch when he says he will.

Slater's story was touching but it's not going to happen, because they have a Fourth of July party to attend to in California...

Enter Kurt Angle. He tells Miz he doesn't get to say when and where he competes, he does. Miz tells him to go talk to Corey Graves about his personal troubles and to stay out of his business. Angle tells him to watch his mouth and the A-Lister fires back that he's the star, but he'll do a favor and defend his title at Balls, and all Kurt has to do is tell him who he's going to wrestle.

Angle contemplates it for a second and says he'll wrestle both Slater and Ambrose! Dean's match will be at Balls, but Heath gets his shot RIGHT NOW!

Or, well, after the break.

Back from commercial in time for the bell to ring.

Heath Slater vs. the Miz (c) (WWE Intercontinental Championship)

Circling, collar and elbow, Slater with a schoolboy, only good for one but Miz is taken aback. Back to the lockup, Miz with a waistlock, standing switch, Heath takes him down and rides him but the A-Lister reverses to a hammerlock. Reversed out of that, wristlock, quick cover, side headlock, Miz gets him in the ropes and forces a break, but breaks dirty with a kick.

Side headlock takeover, Slater fights to his feet, shoots him off but eats a shoulder block in return. Off the ropes, Heath with a hip toss into a cover for two and back to the side headlock. Miz shoots him off, he eats the shoulder block, off the ropes, Slater blocks the hip toss, backslide, only two.

Front chancery, go behind, cradle, another two count and another side headlock. Again the A-Lister shoots him off, big knee lift to the gut, setting Heath in the corner but he slips out and puts it to Miz, chops and forearms. To the next corner, another big chop, face to the turnbuckle, aother chop, shirt over his face for hockey punches!

Huge pop-up Manhattan Drop into a jackknife pin... Miz bails and takes a breather as we go to break.

Back from commercial, Slater is clutching his jaw on the mat as Miz circles. Heath to his feet, throwing punches, the A-Lister catches him with the inverted facelock backbreaker / neckbreaker combo for a nearfall. Punching it out from their knees and to their feet, Miz comes off the rope, kick to the leg, basement DDT... ONLY TWO!

Dumping Slater outside, Rhyno runs Axel and Dallas off but Miz comes out and puts Heath into the barricade. Penalty Kick back in the ring, only a nearfall! Daniel Bryan chest kicks, Slater ducks the buzzsaw and catches him with a flapjack! Trading punches, whip reversed, Heath with charging blows, a jumping knee strike off the ropes.

Miz backs him in the corner, Slater ducks, schoolboy, only two, going for the neckbreaker combo again, Heath slips out, Miller's Crossing... NO GOOD! Miz ducks a charge, Awesome Clothesline, thinking he's gonna come off the top... SLATER WITH THE SNAP AVALANCHE SCOOP POWERSLAM!

Rhyno running interference but the Miztourage take him out, Heath's worried, Miz takes full advantage of the distraction...

Miz wins by pinfall with the Skull-Crushing Finale, retaining the WWE Intercontinental Championship.

Dean leaves commentary and beats the Miztourage down but Miz escapes Dirty Deeds and Axel catches him with a northern lariat! Back suplex neckbreaker lays him out and they stand tall. Miz gets in the ring and gets in Ambrose's face, telling him the title will always be his before handing him a Skull-Crushing Finale of his own.

Commentary hypes Balls up and we get a recap of the Reigns/Strowman feud and a graphic that says Braun will roar tonight. But up next, the Shattered Truth premiers after the break.

Back from commercial, Apollo Crews is backstage when Titus O'Neil rolls up to ask what's more competitive than Titus Worldwide. He'd go out there and face Braun himself, but he thinks it's perfect for Apollo. Crews reminds him he has a newborn daughter and doesn't want to die, but Titus sells him hard on it, spinning a tale of his daughter asking him what it was like to beat Strowman.

He points out his newfound dad strength and leads Apollo in chanting "Crews can't lose!"

Goldust is in the ring for the premiere of his latest and greatest film. He thanks the little people before thanking R-Truth specifically, because if he hadn't been so naive, jealous, and selfish, none of this would be possible. With this film he does the one thing R-Truth has never been able to do himself, make him a star.

And the only thing that shines brighter than a star is (inhale) gold, and that is the Shattered Truth. He rolls the tape, and we see the film, a dramatically edited version of their encounter from last week. After the film finishes, Truth is in the ring behind him eating popcorn.

He throws the popcorn in Goldust's face and goes on the attack! Goldy's shoulder goes into the ringpost and he beats a hasty retreat up the ramp.

Kurt Angle is on his phone in his office when Cesaro & Sheamus show up. He has a stipulation for their match at Balls, and he makes it a 30-minute iron man match! Sheamus tells him that's the best decision he's made as GM, and he's sealed the Hardyz' fate, since they're meant for sprints.

Cesaro wants some competition, and Angle offers him Braun, but the Swiss Superman wants Finn Balor to send a message to the Hardyz! Kurt gives him the match and tends to his phone, reminding Cesaro to be careful what he wishes for.

Seth Rollins is walking backstage, and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Seth Rollins makes his entrance for a match against Curt Hawkins.

Hawkins cuts a promo saying how ridiculous this is, that he should be facing-- and giving a run for his money-- Braun Strowman right now. Last week LA got it wrong, they didn't believe in him and they hurt his feelings a little. So let's see if these dummies in Phoenix can get it right, and he polls the crowd, being cut off by Rollins.

Rollins polls the crowd as to whether Curt needs to shut the hell up, and they answer in the affirmative before he clobbers Hawkins with a straight right!

Curt Hawkins vs. Seth Rollins

Back kick, wristlock...

Seth Rollins wins by pinfall with the ripcord knee strike.

Seth gets on the mic and calls Bray Wyatt out, saying that every time he goes looking for a fight Wyatt is nowhere to be found. But since he knows he's here and he's spying on him somewhere, he's gonna speak some truth. Bray says we need to be saved, but he doesn't, because he embraces his sins and transgressions.

They're the scars that made him the man he is today, and if Wyatt wants to talk about his vanity, he needs to look out for his wrath, because at Balls there will be a cleansing when Rollins proves once and for all that he is not a god. And after Balls, there will only be one question-- is Bray a man or just a coward?

Up next, we get Samoa Joe and Brock Lesnar in split-screen interview action. But first, to break.

Back from commercial, Michael Cole introduces Joe and Brock.

Samoa tells Cole nobody came here to hear his questions and he's done answering them besides. Every week he comes out and makes statements, and he has a few questions for his opponent. He asks Paul Heyman how it felt in the Coquina Clutch, and Lesnar objects, saying he's not fighting Paul.

Brock explains that he's the champ, Joe isn't, and on Sunday he'll come in and leave as champion, and Samoa leaves with nothing. Joe says he's taken a piece from him every week and Brock has done nothing, and Lesnar calls him a coward in return. Samoa says every time Brock comes looking for him he can't find him, and Brock says he hasn't been looking.

Joe asks why they're messing around and not just fighting then, and points out that Lesnar is separated for his protection. Brock says he's not getting under his skin, because he knows where he's coming from and understands what Joe is trying to do. Samoa talks about all the dudes he's choked out, including Daniel Bryan, AJ Styles, and Roman Reigns, and says Lesnar is next.

Heyman talks real big when he's not around, but when Joe shows up it's a different tune, so why are we doing this? Samoa takes his mic off and gets up and heads through the back to find him! Referees try to talk sense into him but he's not having it! Adam Pearce and Jamie Noble try to run interference but Joe is done talking!

Angle meets him with security and Samoa tells him to remember his place. Joe finds the door Brock is behind and opens it but security pulls him off! He wants to go but can't quite break free, and we get a house ad for John Cena’s return tomorrow night.

Neville and Mustafa Ali makes their entrances, and we go to break.

Back from commercial in time for the bell to ring.

Mustafa Ali vs. Neville

Circling, Ali with a waistlock, standing switch, takedown, front chancery, reversed, side headlock, suplex blocked, shot off, shoulder block, kip-up, stalemate. Headbutt, off the ropes, kick, dropkick, Mustafa putting it together, duck a lariat, flying headscissors, Neville ducks a charge, up and over, springboard crossbody, only two!

Boot up, up top, cut him off, the King looking for a back superplex but Ali lands on his feet! Tilt-a-whirl DDT... NO GOOD! Dragging Neville into position, climbing up top, the King cold shoves him outside and into the barricade! Content to take the count-out win as Mustafa writhes in pain on the floor at first, he changes his mind and throws him back in late.

Drawing Ali up, shoving at him in the corner and putting boots to him, nearly getting disqualified by referee Rod Zapata. Charging boot, posturing and yelling at the crowd, Mustafa crawling, Neville gives him a knee lift and stomps his head in against the ropes! Off the ropes, big pop-up slam, the King just toying with his prey at this point.

Ali throws a desperation forearm and dodges a charge, but the rally is cut clean off when Neville counters the rolling thunder neckbreaker into a lariat! Taking him to the mat...

Neville wins by submission with the Rings of Saturn neck crank.

Neville refuses to take the hold off for a few seconds after the bell.

Commentary hypes up Strowman's challenge again.

(Wyatt noise.)

Bray is out in the desert somewhere, walking, and we go to break.

Back from commercial--

(Wyatt noise.)

Bray is still in the desert, but now he's talking. When man first started to worship the sun, it was in gratitude, but the sun was a merciless, sadistic idol, blinding anyone who looked too long. And that's why Bray decided to intercede and give man the gift of fire, and no man should have to bow to the light.

Chaos can brighten the darkest shadows, and he is the chaos that fuels the fire. Since he came to Raw less than one hundred days ago, that fire has burned, friends have become enemies, brotherhoods have cracked, and the Beast is reduced to a mere mortal. He's everywhere, he claims, he's the wrath that consumes you, that which cannot be touched but can be felt by all.

And this Sunday, Seth Rollins will look into the eyes of a god but he will not go blind. For the first time he will see, but it will burn.

Alexa Bliss rolls up to an interview and says she's not worried about Balls and she let Sasha win to build a false sense of security. It's called strategy. The interviewer is doubtful and Bliss says no one cares what she thinks and she'll still be holding the title after Sunday.

Finn Balor makes his entrance, his match with Cesaro is after the break.

Back from commercial, Cesaro makes his entrance, accompanied by Sheamus.

The Hardy Boyz then come out in street clothes to join the commentary desk.

Cesaro vs. Finn Balor

Collar and elbow, Finn goes behind, elbow to the kidneys and he locks a side headlock on. Cesaro looking for a back suplex, Balor blocks, gets shot off but takes the Swiss Superman out with a low dropkick. Chest kicks connect, back to the side headlock. Again shot off, ducks a lariat but Cesaro plucks him out of nowhere into a backbreaker!

Clubbing blow, putting Finn in the corner, big uppercut, to the next corner for another, Balor fighting back with forearms, whip, down with a lariat but Cesaro only gets one out of it. Kneeling armbar, cranking Finn's neck away from him, whip reversed on the escape, sunset flip but Balor gets a dropkick in.

Chop in the corner, whip across, another chop, whip reversed, up and over, another big chop! Strike rush, legsweep, slingshot stomps, Sheamus gets on the apron to run interference and the Swiss Superman takes advantage, putting Finn into the corner hard and stomping away at him.

Trapping the Irishman in the corner, chops cracking across the arena, Balor turns it around, another chop of his own, charging in for another, going uppercut for chop and Cesaro throws him out of the ring entirely to send us to break.

Back from commercial, Finn gets a nearfall off a sunset flip and Cesaro gets one off a lariat in return! Karelin lift connects, another two count and he cranks a top wristlock on to follow. Balor to his feet and out with punches, whip reversed, Finn ducks the charge, shoulder block, slingshot, Cesaro catches him into a vertical suplex for another two count!

Off the ropes, falling corkscrew uppercut, still just a nearfall, and the Swiss Superman calls for the Neutralizer. Finn counters, picking the legs for a double stomp. Cesaro charges in, Balor has a strike for him at every turn, dropkick through the ropes, Penalty Kick off the apron!

Back in the ring, Finn lies in wait, sling blade, but while he's waiting for the shotgun dropkick the Drifter drifts by. Cesaro capitalizes, SWISS DEATH! NO GOOD! Charging uppercut, whip reversd, up and over, another uppercut, up top, gamengiri, Sheamus on the apron distracting referee John Cone and Samson is able to trip Finn!

The Hardyz come down, we got a brawl! Finn back body drops Cesaro outside... TOPE CON GIRO! He gets distracted beating on the Drifter and Cesaro flapjacks him into the apron! Twist of Fate on Samson, Brogue Kick on Matt, splash on Sheamus, Cesaro with an uppercut, Balor hits the shotgun dropkick on the outside...

Finn Balor wins by pinfall with Coup de Grace.

Commentary shills for the WWE Network by way of pumping Balls.

Braun Strowman is walking backstage and we go to break.

Back from commercial, an ambulance backs into the arena.


Braun Strowman enters and steps over to look at the ambulance beore making his way to the ring. He gets on the mic and says there are few things in this world that he likes more than hurting Roman Reigns. He likes that Roman is too stubborn to stay down and he gets to keep knocking him down. Hell, last week he nearly put him through the ambulance and he still wouldn't stay down.

So if Kurt Angle is right and he shows up at Balls, he's gonna leave the same way he did then, in the back of an ambulance. And as far as tonight, Roman isn't here, and he still wants competition, and he orders Angle to send them out right now.

Enter Titus O'Neil. He calls Braun a big man with a big plan, but everybody starts with a plan until they get punched in the mouth. He wants competition? On most nights Titus would have no problem slapping the taste out of his mouth, but tonight is a Titus Worldwide special occasion, and the man he's bringing out will leave him with his hands full.

He's a first-time father that will prove to the world that monsters can be defeated, Mr. Apollo Crews! Apollo comes down and heads to the ring with O'Neil, and we have a match!

Apollo Crews vs. Braun Strowman

Duck a lariat, punches, Strowman throws him away but Crews gets right back in there. Duck another lariat, quick punches, Apollo backs away. Circling, waistlock to a side headlock, Braun shoves him off and levels him with a big boot! Picking him up, he dumps him out of the ring and demands referee Darrick Moore make the count.

Crews back in, Strowman locks a trapezius claw on and adds clubbing blows. Apollo to his feet but Braun clubs him right back down to the mat before dumping him out of the ring again. Titus hypes his pal up and Crews is game to get back in it, slapping Strowman from the apron and snapping his neck over the top rope!

Counter a chokeslam with an enzuigiri, a second enzuigiri, off the ropes, basement dropkick puts the big man on one knee, sliding knee, standing moonsault... BRAUN COUNTERS BY KICKING APOLLO ACROSS THE RING! Up on his shoulders, running powerslam... BRAUN PULLS HIM UP AT TWO! Up on his shoulders, again he hits the powerslam but refuses to finish the match.

Scooping him up again...

Braun Strowman wins by pinfall with a powerslam.

Titus gets in the ring and squares off with the monster among men! Straight right hands, Strowman runs him over with a lariat! O'Neil up on his shoulders and he takes the powerslam! Braun goes back to Crews, throwing him over the barricade and into the crowd!

Side headlock, taking him up the aisle and over to the ambulance, he opens the back doors and throws Apollo inside and shuts the doors to remind us how his match works on Sunday. The ambulance doesn't move and Strowman again slaps it to get it to go, like it's a horse. Another try, still nothing, so he goes and checks the driver's seat...

ROMAN IS HERE! BIG RIGHT HAND, SHOVING BRAUN INTO THE SIDE OF THE AMBULANCE, PUNCHES, STROWMAN THROWS HIM INTO THE DOORS AND THEN THE BARRICADE! Throwing him over the stage but Reigns meets him with a big slicing right and throws him into the LED screens!

Strowman dazed, stumbling... SPEAR OFF THE STAGE!

Adam Pearce, Jamie Noble, and an army of referees check on both men, but both are back on their feet!

That's the show, folks.

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