“He is a man of peace, he is opposed to terror, and therefore he is the only partner that we can deal with,” Olmert told reporters with Abbas at his side.”It will take some time but these negotiations will take place, and the partner of Israel to these negotiations will be Mahmud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority,” he said.Hinting at Netanyahu’s political woes, Olmert said: “Who will be the partner on the Israeli side? We will know later this year.”Abbas, who succeeded Yasser Arafat in 2005, called Olmert “my dear friend” and said he wanted to “extend my hand to the Israeli people.” Israel’s former prime minister Ehud Olmert on Tuesday called Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas a partner for peace, defiantly rejecting efforts by Benjamin Netanyahu’s government to sideline the veteran leader.Olmert, Netanyahu’s centrist predecessor who led Israel from 2006 to 2009, met with Abbas in New York hours after the Palestinian leader went before the UN Security Council to denounce US President Donald Trump’s Middle East plan.The former prime minister did not criticize Trump’s plan, which paves the way for Israel to annex much of the West Bank, but said that any future negotiations needed to involve Abbas, an 84-year-old considered a moderate. “We want to achieve peace through peaceful means and negotiations,” he said. “Let me reiterate again, we are against and do not want violence.”Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon, had warned Olmert against meeting Abbas, whom Netanyahu’s government accuses of inciting unrest.Danon told the Security Council that the Palestinians needed a new leader, saying that Abbas was unable to consider the “realistic” proposals of Trump.Olmert “is endorsing diplomatic terrorism against Israel. It is shameful,” Danon said after Olmert met Abbas.Olmert is close to Netanyahu’s centrist rival Benny Gantz who went neck-and-neck with the prime minister in two inconclusive elections last year, with a third vote scheduled for March 2.Olmert, however, said he was not speaking for Gantz.Olmert stepped down under a cloud of corruption scandals. Netanyahu in November was also indicted on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.Topics :
14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoDesigned by Noosa-based designer Paul Clout, the house has a grand entry over moat-style access and imposing, glass front door. John and Judy Coleman built the home in 2010 after buying the 2505sq m property in 2008.“We wanted to build our dream home and this area was perfect for it,” Mrs Coleman said told the Bulletin when it hit the market.“We used to holiday quite a bit in Noosa and we really like the houses designed by Paul Clout. I am a really big fan of having space in a home.” 14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point.Mr Graham declined to confirm the sale price but said it sold over the asking price of $2.6 million to a Gold Coast buyer.He described the house as “one of the best homes in Banora Point”.“The home was a family residence and was designed around entertaining and large-scale living,” Mr Graham said. 14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point. 14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point.Mr Graham said the luxury property market on the Gold Coast was firing.“The supply of such quality homes on the southern end of the Coast is so limited at the moment that when something of this calibre comes onto the market buyers flock to it,” he said. 14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point.Inside, the two-level home captures 180-degree views of Fingal and Byron Bay through its bi-fold doors and walls of glass.The sprawling home features four bedrooms in its design along with a home cinema, games room, steam room and a guest retreat. 14-16 Old Ferry Road, Banora Point sold for more than $2.6 million.ONE of Banora Point’s ritziest mansions has sold for more than $2.6 million – a record for the suburb.The property at 14-16 Old Ferry Rd had been on the market almost four years and was once priced at over $4 million before Ray White Prestige agents Robert Graham and Jordan Thams took over the marketing campaign in May.
Over the past five years, Syracuse has been a mecca for talented basketball players from Philadelphia.Head coach Jim Boeheim and assistant coach Mike Hopkins have lured a star-studded group to come play for the Orange, including Dion Waiters, Scoop Jardine and Rick Jackson.Philadelphia native Rysheed Jordan may be the next player to join that list. Jordan, a senior guard at Vaux Roberts High School, will attend Orange Madness at Syracuse on Friday night as part of his official visit to campus. Syracuse is one of seven schools on Jordan’s radar. He said Friday’s visit will help determine whether SU is the right school for him.Jordan’s list was originally at 11 schools, but he recently cut it down to seven: Alabama, Rutgers, St. Johns, Syracuse, Temple, UCLA and Xavier. He said attending Syracuse is definitely a possibility, largely because of the players from Philadelphia who have come before him.“Out of all the Philly players that went to Syracuse, a lot have gone on to play at the next level,” Jordan said. “I think Syracuse is like Philly. When I’ve talked to Philly players they’ve told me how great it is.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWatching Dion Waiters make the jump from a dependable role player to one of the most electrifying players in college basketball and the eventual No. 4 pick in the NBA draft was particularly appealing for Jordan.Syracuse’s style of play and the way the Orange gets up and down the floor are also selling points for Jordan. Playing in a 2-3 zone is not an issue for Jordan, who said he has great respect for Boeheim’s and Hopkins’ methods.Jordan, now the No. 16 point guard and No. 64 overall recruit in the country, according to ESPN, wasn’t always a star. He didn’t play AAU basketball until the ninth grade, which is much later than most players of his caliber.That’s when Philly Pride director Kamal Yard finally brought him aboard. Yard had watched Jordan play for more than four years on the playground and in recreational leagues, but couldn’t get him to join the Pride.In the ninth grade, that all changed.Yard made his case for why Jordan should play for the Pride yet again. This time, the message clicked with Jordan. Now that he was in high school and getting serious about basketball, he knew playing for the Pride would help take his game to the next level.“He’s the classic late bloomer at AAU,” Yard said. “He’s relatively new to the whole AAU thing, which actually is really good, because he’s not spoiled by the process.”Jordan’s first dominant game as a member of the Pride came during his sophomore season. The Pride traveled to Pittsburgh to play in a tournament. Yard wanted his team to get as much out of the experience as it possibly could, so he asked the tournament director to play Team Takeover, the No. 1 AAU team in the entire country.Yard pushed his team to “shoot for the big fish,” and he knew Jordan would do everything in his power to help his team win the game.Jordan was up for the challenge, dropping 30 points and keeping his outmatched team within striking distance for the majority of the game before Team Takeover pulled away.“Rysheed was unbelievable,” Yard said. “He was slashing and finishing over the top of those guys and making his teammates better. He was highly spirited and highly competitive. Defensively he was a thorn in the a**.”Yard said the game against Team Takeover helped elevate Jordan’s game immensely and put him in the national spotlight.“It was really like his coming-out party,” he said. “Everything mushroomed from there.”Two years later, Jordan’s game has continued to develop. FOXSportNext.com recruiting analyst Evan Daniels said Jordan excels at getting into the paint and finishing around the rim. He uses his size and strength to maneuver around defenders and convert at the basket.Both Daniels and ESPN recruiting analyst Dave Telep believe Jordan will be used as a combo guard in college and can help a team right away.Telep said Jordan has a lot of potential, but still has to improve certain elements of his game, such as his jump shot and passing ability.“He has innate physical ability to get into the paint,” Telep said. “I think the next step is adding some pace into his game, slowing down and being a game manager.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 10, 2012 at 2:54 am Contact Trevor: [email protected] | @TrevorHass
A solar eclipse can cause unusual changes to your surroundings, and can last for several hours. The solar eclipse is projected to take place between 1:26 p.m. and 4:20 p.m. EDT in South Florida on August 21, with maximum coverage at approximately 2:57 pm. Broward District’s Office of Academics has provided teachers with sample lesson plans, and guidance and information regarding the 2017 eclipse for instructional activities. STEAM-related curriculum in schools.Most outdoor classes/activities between the hours of 1 p.m.and 4:30 p.m., including physical education, recess, after-careprograms, athletic/band practices, outdoor games, field trips andextra-curricular activities will be moved indoors. Some safe outdooreducational activities may take place.The safest way to experience the solar eclipse is online athttps://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/eclipse-live-stream. We are encouragingschools to provide online viewing opportunities for students.Parents are asked to speak with their children about thedangers of looking at the sun, especially if they walk home from school.Only devises recognized by NASA and the American Astronomical Society (AAS) with a solar filter, such as “eclipse glasses,” can beused to safely watch the eclipse. Homemade devices cannot beused to view the eclipseParents are also urged to use extreme caution when drivingDuring dismissal times as extra traffic congestion is expected. Looking directly at the sun during a solar eclipse can cause severe damage to the eyes. To strike a balance between ensuring student safety and leveraging this once-in-a-lifetime educational opportunity, both Districts will be taking the following measures: A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun in a path that positions the moon right in front of the sun. The moon, sun, and Earth are directly aligned. Dismissal times have not changed.Principals and educators may incorporate appropriate As Miami-Dade and Broward County Public Schools kicks-off a new school year on Monday, August 21, the Great American Solar Eclipse will be traversing North America; and will be visible in South Florida.
The audience at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada was buzzing during the wild and physical main event. Several times, it looked like Rollins was going to win only to be overpowered by Lesnar. Just when it looked like Rollins was out of it, he kept fighting back and finally finished off Lesnar with his trademark Stomp to get the victory.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearIt was the only championship that changed hands on the night in what turned out to be a shorter event than usual. Becky Lynch retained the “RAW” women’s championship after making Natalya tap out to her Disarm-Her submission move. Elsewhere, Bayley successfully defending the “SmackDown” women’s title against Ember Moon while AJ Styles retained the United States Championship against Ricochet. In maybe the most unsatisfying moment of the night, Kofi Kingston and Randy Orton went to a count-out draw for the WWE championship. That was followed by one of the most anticipated moments of the show with “The Fiend” — the alter ego of Bray Wyattt — finally made his in-ring debut.Plus, a pair of legends returned to action and had a very good showing for themselves in what turned out to be an above average and fun show.Check out Sporting News complete coverage of WWE SummerSlam 2019 below.(All times Eastern.)WWE SummerSlam 2019 results: Live updates, highlights from every matchSeth Rollins defeats Brock Lesnar to win the Universal championship10:30 p.m. FINISH: Back in the ring where Rollins hits another frog splash. He hits the Stomp but Lesnar kicks out at the last second and the crowd is buzzing while Heyman is in full panic mode. Rollins is calling for the Stomp again and goes for it but Lesnar catches him. Rollins gets out, superkick and then hits the Stomp. 1-2-3 and Seth Rollins has done it! He has won the Universal championship! That was really fun. Great chemistry and great action as they had the crowd on the edge of their seats.CURB STOMP!!!! @WWERollins IS THE NEW UNIVERSAL CHAMPION!! #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/xUujDczHd6— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 12, 201910:26 p.m.: Lesnar clears an announcer’s table but Rollins kicks him and “The Beast” is on the table. Rollins goes to the top rope, then the top of the post and take to the air. Holy moley.FROG SPLASH THROUGH THE ANNOUCER TABLE!!! @WWERollins #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/UO5NfTkO9u— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 12, 201910:24 p.m. : Lesnar is really targeting the ribs and drives Rollins hard into the corner. He tries again but Rollins moves out of the way and Lesnar flies into the corner post. He then gets kicked off the apron and into an announcer’s table. Rollins then connects with a dive and and a second one. He goes for a third but Lesnar catches him and drives him into the post. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!That is all. #SummerSlam #UniversalTitle @BrockLesnar @WWERollins @HeymanHustle pic.twitter.com/tof30GVsfP— WWE (@WWE) August 12, 201910:21 p.m. : Lesnar is picking Rollins apart including a suplex on the floor. He goes for an F5 outside the ring but Rollins escapes and throws Lesnar face-first into the ring post. Back in the ring and Rollins hits a high knee. He goes for another off the top rope but Lesnar avoids it and then delivers a German suplex. Crowd is gettinig hyped up.Man meets MACHINE. #SummerSlam #UniversalTitle @WWERollins @BrockLesnar @HeymanHustle pic.twitter.com/6jzbg1rlBI— WWE SummerSlam (@SummerSlam) August 12, 201910:18 p.m.: Lesnar goes for the suplex again and again Rollins lands on his feet. He hits a pair of superkicks and goes for another Stomp but Lesnar catches him and connects with an F5. He then picks up Rollins and swings him in circles using the tape on his midsection. Now it’s time to go to Suplex City with three suplexes in a row. 10:15 p.m.: Heyman does the introduction for his client and here we go. As expected, Lesnar goes right after Rollins’ injured ribs and is pounding on him in the corner. Lesnar goes for a German suplex but Rollins lands on his feet and hits the Stomp. He makes the cover but Lesnar kicks out.10:10 p.m.: This show is expected to go to 11:00 p.m. ET and this is the final match. We’ll see. I smell an angle. Rollins is out first and has his ribs taped up after the beating he took the past two weeks on “RAW”.He’s back in black. He’s on a mission. #TheBeastSlayer is ready. #SummerSlam @WWERollins pic.twitter.com/BUQC1dJD3g— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) August 12, 2019″The Fiend” Bray Wyatt defeats Finn Balor10:03 p.m. FINISH: Balor goes for the Coup de Grace but “The Fiend” avoids it and applies the Mandible Claw. Balor is out and “The Fiend” scores the pin and poses over Balor. The lights go out and you hear Wyatt’s laugh and him standing in the ring before he disappears. Creepy. Strange. Everything that he needed for his debut. HURT! HEAL! HURT! HEAL! 👺❤️ #TheFiend is victorious. #SummerSlam @WWEBrayWyatt @FinnBalor pic.twitter.com/IdNaZw2j1E— WWE (@WWE) August 12, 201910:00 p.m.: The bell rings and “The Fiend” immediately grabs Balor and floors him with a head butt. Balor is trying to fight back but gets drilled with a clothesline to the back. He plants Balor with a urinagi and is taunting him. He looks at his hands and seems to be struggling with his emotions. He fights through that and goes for Sister Abagail but Balor fights back with a Sling Blade and a stomp.9:57 p.m.: The “Firefly Funhouse” open airs and then the screen says “Let Him In”. Here comes “The Fiend” to a new metal version of his previous theme while holding a lantern made of Bray Wyatt’s head. He’s wearing his mask along with red and black striped long trunks. The crowd is totally into this and holding up their cell phones as lights.The familiar is unfamiliar. Say hello to #TheFiend . #SummerSlam @WWEBrayWyatt pic.twitter.com/Aiq4cyXn8r— WWE (@WWE) August 12, 20199:53 p.m.: After all this time, we finally get to see “The Fiend” in action. I think people are just as interested in his presentation and ring entrance. Kofi Kingston and Randy Orton go to a draw, Kingston retains the WWE championship9:47 p.m. FINISH: Kingston is out of the ring in front of his family and Orton comes out there. He’s stalking Kofi with his kids looking on and the referee is counting. Orton takes too long and Kingston gets ticked off and goes wild on Orton as they’re both counted out. Um, sure?! Not the finish anyone expected and the crowd fires off BS chants.Kingston grabs a Kendo stick and works over Orton with it before laying him out with a Trouble in Paradise. The crowd is not happy and quiet as Kingston poses with the title. Not a bad match but not a good ending either.HE’S READY FOR YOU, RANDY! 💪💪 @TrueKofi retains his #WWETitle against @RandyOrton due to a double count-out. #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/pZTASJ75jB— WWE (@WWE) August 12, 20199:43 p.m. : Orton catches Kingston in the ropes and plants him with a DDT. He’s ready to deliver an RKO and goes for it, but Kingston reverses into a backslide. Orton escapes but Kingston kicks him in the head in the corner. He climbs to the top and dives off but right into an RKO! Both men are down. STUPID! #SummerSlam #WWETitle #RKOuttaNowhere @RandyOrton @TrueKofi pic.twitter.com/PFceBqlANg— WWE (@WWE) August 12, 20199:40 p.m.: Kingston connects with a DDT and then levels Orton with a thunderous two-handed chop and then another followed by a drop kick and a clothesline. Kingston with a Boom drop and he’s fired up but Orton grabs Kingston and drops him back-first across his knee. Orton mocks Kingston before the champ backdrops him to the floor and then flies off of the top rope and connects with a Trust Fall.Trust Fall!! @TrueKofi #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/Nd0fo6mLZs— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 12, 20199:36 p.m.: They’re back fighting on the floor and Orton drops him again on one of the ringside announcer’s tables. He’s picking Kingston apart using his size and doesn’t seem to have much respect for the champion.9:33 p.m.: Orton is taking his time and he gives Kofi a back suplex into the announcer’s table before rolling him back in the ring. . @RandyOrton with the classic back suplex on the annoucer table. #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/lwYgUceqIL— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 12, 20199:31 p.m.: Kingston is aggressive early in this one, going right after Orton and even hits a clubbing blow off the top rope. He connects with punches but Orton stops him with a thumb to the eye. Kingston goes to the top rope but Orton pushes him off and Kingston goes flying into the barricade.9:27 p.m.: Kofi’s kids are in the front row and pancakes are flying before this one. Charlotte Flair defeats Trish Stratus9:15 p.m. FINISH: It’s a chopfest as they go back and forth. Stratus with a Chick kick but can’t score the pin. Flair slowly gets up and she drills Stratus with a big kick and slaps on the Figure Four. She turns it into the Figure Eight and Stratus has nowhere to go and taps out. A really good match and Stratus proved that she can go toe-to-toe with the best in WWE. A bit surprising that both Canadian women in Stratus and Natalya lost via tapout on the show. This one felt more like a passing of the baton. You all have no choice but to BOW DOWN to YOUR QUEEN. #SummerSlam @MsCharlotteWWE pic.twitter.com/itpUUTfUiz— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) August 12, 2019After the match, Stratus posed for the crowd as they cheered her on.9:12 p.m.: Stratus with a roll through and puts Flair in her own Figure Four. She even arches up to a Figure Eight and Flair finally gets to the ropes and she screams in pain. Flair misses a spear and eats a turnbuckle and Stratus hits the Stratusfaction but Flair kicks out. Barely.9:08 p.m.: Flair goes for a moonsault but Stratus rolls out of the way. They exchange shots before Stratus fires back with a series of chops. They go to the top rope and exchange punches but Stratus get the better of them and then hits a huge hurricanrana. The crowd is getting into this more and more.Hurricanrana from @trishstratuscom !! #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/5CIWHGlM2L— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 12, 20199:05 p.m.: Flair is mocking Stratus while kicking her in the face and Stratus is fired up and dropping punches. She goes to the apron and Flair connects with a vicious kick to the face and Stratus is down. Nasty Big Boot by @MsCharlotteWWE ! #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/Fqb5gqWVj9— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 12, 20199:00 p.m.: Stratus with some early offense including a hurricanrana and Flair looks surprised. She dumps Flair out on the floor and then dives on her. When Stratus goes to climb back in the ring, Flair swipes her leg out from under her and Trish goes face-first into the steel steps.8:55 p.m.: Stratus has done interviews this week stating that this will be her final match. If that’s true, she’s wrapping up in her hometown of Toronto. Hometown girl. @trishstratuscom #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/61Rzar53vj— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 12, 20198:53 p.m.: They’re showing a video package recapping the Roman Reigns mystery attacker and how he attacked Buddy Murphy on “RAW” until he said that Rowan was the guilty party. Plus, the recapped how Rowan beat up Murphy during the kickoff show over that. Maybe something is going to play out about this situation yet and there’s still two hours to go and just four matches.Kevin Owens defeats Shane McMahon 8:48 p.m. FINISH: Owens with a diving cannonball outside the ring and he lands on McMahon along with both referees. He has McMahon back in the ring and grabs the chair but Elias grabs his leg so he happily goes to the floor and smashes him with the chair. He goes back in the ring with the chair but the regular referee is back up. He hands over the chair and connects with a low blow behind his back. Stunner and Owens scores the win. Good sports entertainment right there. And he doesn’t have to quit!Toronto is on their feet for @FightOwensFight . 🇨🇦 #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/IOPwDctz7a— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) August 12, 20198:44 p.m.: McMahon hits a DDT and then wants to insult Owens and goes for a Sharpshooter but Owens counters a pop-up powerbomb but Elias has the referee distracted. Elias throws a chair in the ring and Owens wants to use it but can’t or else he’d be disqualified. Shane wants him to use it and slaps him but Owens throws the chair outside the ring. McMahon misses Owens and his Elias off the apron. KO with a superkick and then a frog splash. Then another and he makes the cover but Elias pulls the ref out of the ring. Damn.8:39 p.m.: McMahon announces that to make sure this is a fair fight, Elias has been named the special ringside enforcer. Owens does not approve but he’s not backing down from the fight. Elias and Owens jaw at one another outside the ring and Owens gets back in and ends up drilling McMahon with a cannonball. It doesn’t take long before McMahon comes back.. @shanemcmahon tosses Owens against the barrecade. #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/T7wrUUhqAQ— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 12, 20198:35 p.m.: Owens is kind of a big deal in Canada.FIGHT TORONTO FIGHT!!!Canada’s own @FightOwensFight is returning to his roots tonight. #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/8UPvWggGjI— WWE (@WWE) August 12, 2019Bayley defeats Ember Moon to retain the “SmackDown” women’s championship8:28 p.m FINISH.: They get to the top and Bayley with a Bayley to Belly and scores the win. Not a bad match but the crowd was never into it. That’s what happens when WWE hasn’t done enough to make them stand out.Bayley to Belly!! @itsBayleyWWE #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/KTr7f9SJqX— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 12, 20198:25 p.m. : Bayley slaps on an inverted Boston Crab that Ember finally gets out of and she fires back with a big superkick. Ember then with a hurricanrana off the top rope and then hits a move similar to a Codebreaker but Bayley kicks out of the pin.8:22 p.m.: Bayley drops Ember across the ropes and then delivers a suplex. She then kicks away at Ember in the corner and ends up on the apron and holds onto the top rope while choking the challenger. That’s something different.8:17 p.m.: Second women’s championship match of the night. Ember comes out early and hits a somersault clothesline into the corner. The force is strong with this one. #SummerSlam @WWEEmberMoon @itsBayleyWWE pic.twitter.com/LYkboYpG1j— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) August 12, 20198:12 p.m.: I can’t do this justice. The dream team we never knew we needed. WOOOOOOO! @AngeloDawkins @MontezFordWWE @RicFlairNatrBoy #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/lGIFd7AXf0— WWE (@WWE) August 12, 2019AJ Styles defeats Ricochet to retain the United States championship8:09 p.m. FINISH: Styles gets some quick offense on Ricochet but the challenger fights back again. He goes back to the top rope and kicks Anderson away again but Styles recovers and catches him flying off into a Styles Clash to get the win. Afterward, the O.C. attacks Ricochet and hurts him even more but it felt short. That being said, it was still very good.PHOENIX SPLASH COUNTERED INTO A STYLES CLASH!!! @AJStylesOrg #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/zVmzyrWS5a— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 12, 20198:07 p.m.: Styles has the Calf Crusher locked on but Ricochet counters with the Anaconda Vice. Back on their feet and Ricochet with a Northern Lights suplex and then hits a twisting suplex and almost gets the win. He goes to the top apron and the O.C. tried to get involved but Ricochet kicks Anderson and lands a moonsault on Gallows. 8:03 p.m.: Styles is back on the offensive with a ushigoroshi before Ricochet comes back with a step-up enziguri. He really selling his left knee. 7:59 p.m.: Styles is going after Ricochet’s knee and trying to ground him but he’s fighting through it. He connects with a kick to the head and a flying elbow from the top rope that hits a standing Styles in the chest. OFF 👏 OF 👏 ONE 👏 LEG! #SummerSlam @KingRicochet @AJStylesOrg pic.twitter.com/iuwLdRIxci— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) August 12, 20197:55 p.m.: Ricochet is wearing a sweet Nightwing outfit for this one. And I think it gives him special powers.UNBELIEVABLE!! @KingRicochet #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/IWjBb4sUlL— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 11, 20197:52 p.m. : The picture tells the story.Hmmmmm…. we’ve never seen this international announce team before. #SummerSlam 🤔🤔 @RonKillings @CarmellaWWE pic.twitter.com/QDio8kNQpg— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) August 11, 20197:48 p.m. : Will this be the match of the night? We’ll find out soon enough7:45 p.m.: You knew Drake had to make an appearance with the show being in Toronto.New @Drake , who dis? #SummerSlam @WWEMaverick pic.twitter.com/Bwi9KKB8uW— WWE (@WWE) August 11, 20197:42 p.m.: Goldberg is leaving to the back but Ziggler grabs a mic while lying in the ring and says that Goldberg doesn’t have the guts to face him man-to-man. So Bill comes back and saws him in half again with another spear. Ziggler again gets on the mic while laying in pain and says that Goldberg doesn’t have the (guts) to face him man-to-man and that’s why he never made it in this business. Cue the music and here comes Goldberg again. Yep, another spear. Maybe Ziggler will learn this time.Goldberg defeats Dolph Ziggler7:38 p.m. FINISH: Goldberg is 52 and is still in fantastic shape. They stand toe-to-toe and Ziggler hits a superkick. He hits another one but Goldberg gets up. He comes back with a vicious spear and Ziggler is down. Time for a Jackhammer and Goldberg gets the win. Short and to the point, exactly what it should have been . Be careful what you wish for, @HEELZiggler . #SummerSlam @Goldberg pic.twitter.com/1NlTAxkk3J— WWE SummerSlam (@SummerSlam) August 11, 20197:33 p.m.: Ziggler is out first and grabs to mic to tell everyone that you are looking at the best damn thing that has ever happened to pro wrestling. “Legends come and legends but ol’ DZ is always here to steal the damn show.” He then says Goldberg tends to “not show up for matches”. And here comes Goldberg and the crowd is chanting.GOLDBERRRRGGG! GOLDBERRRRGGG! GOLDBERRRRGGG!He’s here. #SummerSlam @Goldberg pic.twitter.com/AyQTIMPh0X— WWE (@WWE) August 11, 20197:30 p.m.: Big bad Bill is going on early!Becky Lynch defeats Natalya in a submission match to retain the “RAW” women’s championship7:23 p.m. FINISH: Quite the insult as Lynch puts Natalya in her own submission move and she has the Sharpshooter locked on in the middle of the ring. She crawls over and finally counters out of it. The crowd is totally into this one. Now it’s Nattie putting the Disarm-Her on Lynch who tries to get to the ropes but gets dragged back into the center of the ring before Lynch gets out of it. But Natalya puts her in the Sharpshooter and Lynch finally fights to the ropes and gets dragged back in the ring. Lynch now with a Disarm-Her and Natalya screams in pain. She finally taps and Lynch holds onto the title. Really good match with strong storytelling.✅ #TheMan✅ #RAW #WomensChampion✅ #CanadasNewHero @BeckyLynchWWE stands tall in Toronto! #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/l42egGt5dV— WWE (@WWE) August 11, 20197:19 p.m. : Natalya has targeted Lynch’s left knee, kicking it and suplexes her into the ropes. Now she’s locked in the Sharpshooter while standing on the top rope. Lynch finally gets out of it and tosses Natalya shoulder first into the steel steps.Sharpshooter on the ropes from @NatbyNature ! #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/S8CqfdMudj— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 11, 20197:15 p.m.: They could out fast as Natalya goes on the attack and hits a discus clothesline but Lynch comes back with a Beck-sploder suplex. Lynch goes for the Disarm-Her early but can’t get it.7:10 p.m.: The champ comes out first and mostly gets cheered with a few boos. Natalya is next and gets a solid pop when her music hits and she walks out with a Canadian flag.. @NatbyNature representing Canada. #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/VoMMllk3xu— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 11, 20197:06 p.m.: They’re not wasting any time and coming out of the gate with this one. 7:03 p.m.: Here we go with the main card for SummerSlam. And we’ve got pyro!Pyro. #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/1dxcSBCENG— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 11, 2019Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross defeat The IIconics to retain the women’s tag team championships6:49 p.m. FINISH: Royce then has a freakout after she drops Bliss but can’t get the win. Bliss comes back with a hard right hand and hits Twisted Bliss to get the win. The IIconics are a really fun act, but are not good at wrestling.6:45 p.m.: The IIconics get beat up early but come back, including what may be the slowest spinning heel kick ever by Peyton Royce. Billie Kaye gets in the ring and freaks out when she can’t get a three count. Bliss gets the tag but gets leveled by Kaye and Cross breaks up the pin just in time.6:41 p.m.: Bliss and Cross just won the titles during a Fatal 4-Way match this past week on “RAW” and The IIconics were the first team eliminated in that match.6:35 p.m.: Guess who’s in the ring? Yep, it’s Elias and he has a song for the biggest show of the summer. Elias sings that he’s been in Toronto for a week and wants to leave in a hearse. He adds that he knows he’s in Toronto because he doesn’t see the Stanley Cup which earns him plenty of boos. He ends that he can’t wait to join in friend Kawhi Leonard in L.A. and the crowd hates on him again. Music hits and here comes Canada’s own — Edge! He comes to the ring and plants Elias with a spear. #SummerSlam Kickoff is officially RATED R. @EdgeRated IS HERE! pic.twitter.com/puGPVPMUmm— WWE (@WWE) August 11, 2019Buddy Murphy gets the win against Apollo via disqualification6:30 p.m.: Crews goes for another moonsault off the apron to the floor but Murphy sidesteps it andthrowsw Crews into the steps. He then hits a dive from the ring but Rowan comes out of nowhere and attacks Murphy. He is not happy that Murphy told Reigns that he is responsible for attacking Roman Reigns. Rowan powerbombs Murphy into the ring post and screams “keep my name out of your mouth.” Good grief! @ERICKROWAN #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/B4mfEojvUT— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 11, 20196:27 p.m.: Nice sequence as Crews catches Murphy jumping off the ropes and hits him with a fallaway slam and then connects with a standing moonsault.6:24 p.m. : Match time! Every though Murphy has been on “SmackDown” for a while, this is his first official match as part of the brand. He wastes no time and immediately levels Crews and almost gets the pin.6:20 p.m.: Booker T is rambling on commentary about how Becky is the “The Man” right now, but at one time, Natalya was no doubt the best in the business and she’s definitely the best when it comes to submissions. Sell that match, Book!6:13 p.m.: Drake Maverick joins the announce team and vows to leave Toronto with the 24/7 championship so he can finally consummate his marriage. Little does he know that R-Truth and Carmella are sitting in front of the announce table. The two finally get up and Drake comes back with a referee and chases Truth but Carmella trips him so she and the champ can get away. Hijinks and tomfoolery!Ummmmmm, @WWEMaverick … #SummerSlam @RonKillings @CarmellaWWE pic.twitter.com/ihV0E2m25x— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) August 11, 2019Drew Gulak defeats Oney Lorcan to retain the WWE cruiserweight championship6:10 p.m. FINISH: Lorcan opens up with hard strikes and slaps to Gulak who goes down. The champion gets to the edge of the ring and grabs the ring skirt so Lorcan can’t pick him up so Lorcan stomps his hand and he lets go. While the referee puts the skirt back, Gulak punches Lorcan in the Adam’s apple and finishes him off with a Cyclone Driver for the pin. Solid match but needed more time to kick it into another gear.6:07 p.m.: Lorcan follow Gulak to outside the ring and delivers some thunderous chops. They go back in the ring and the champ puts on the Gu-Lock but Lorcan gets his foot on the ropes. They get to their feet and both go down with a double clothesline. 6:03 p.m.: Lots of mat wrestling and hard-hitting to start this off as expected between these two. Gulak bodyslams Lorcan against the ropes and he falls hard. The #CruiserweightTitle is ON THE LINE on @WWENetwork RIGHT NOW as @DrewGulak defends against @_StarDESTROYER ! #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/5ug9rKOL8m— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) August 11, 20195:59 p.m.: Here comes the first match of the night. BTW, if you’re not following Oney Lorcan on Twitter, DO IT NOW !pic.twitter.com/1YUvTRjIF1— ONEY LORCAN (@_StarDESTROYER) August 10, 20195:46 p.m.: Let’s go to the locker room where the OC bumps into Finn Balor. AJ Styles says that if Balor needs some help against “The Fiend” tonight, all he has to do is say ‘when’. Bullet Club – ASSEMBLE!Come on, Finn. #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/W5nRf6ipNf— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) August 11, 20195:41 p.m.: Kevin Owens is being interviewed backstage and addresses why he didn’t insist before that Shane McMahon also put his career in the line in their match. He explained that he needed this match to happen and he plans on taking out years of frustration on McMahon. Plus, Shane proved on TV this past week that he has no integrity but not putting his career on the line. Still, it’s weird that Owens is the only person who has to quit in this match. Maybe something will change before the match.5:35 p.m.: Mick Foley is on set to talk about “The Fiend” who recently used Foley’s Mandible Claw on him during the “RAW Reunion” show. Foley is so good at explaining things as he says that while he’s been dominated in the ring before, he’s never felt this helpless. Plus, he explained how the Mandible Claw is a nerve hold that he came up with to cause both physical and emotional trauma against The Undertaker years ago.If anybody knows the impact of #TheFiend @WWEBrayWyatt , it’s @RealMickFoley . #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/E96QjTOlLD— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) August 11, 20195:28 p.m.: Check out our predictions for tonight’s show . Don’t blame us for missing the two matches – WWE just added them a little while ago!5:20 p.m.: In case you weren’t following along live on Saturday night, check out Sporting News’ live coverage of NXT TakeOver: Toronto . It was another fantastic night of action for the NXT brand including Adam Cole surviving a 2-out-of-3 falls match to retain the NXT championship. 5:13 p.m.: The Miz has joined the announce table to brag about his plan in tricking Dolph Ziggler into facing Goldberg tonight. BTW, The Miz will take ono Ziggler tomorrow night on “RAW.” Speaking of Ziggler, he doesn’t seem too concerned about facing the WWE Hall of Famer.EXCLUSIVE: As far as @HEELZiggler is concerned, @Goldberg is just another opponent that #TheShowoff is ALWAYS prepared for. #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/6JhXlDkC1V— WWE SummerSlam (@SummerSlam) August 11, 20195:05 p.m.: Here’s our kickoff panel for the first hour: Jonathan Coachman, Charly Caruso, Beth Phoenix, and David Otunga. This will change for the second hour of the kickoff show. Why is it two hours? Good question but this is nothing new.The #SummerSlam Kickoff panel is READY. @TheBethPhoenix @TheCoachrules @CharlyOnTV @DavidOtunga pic.twitter.com/kgPVbuOSFP— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) August 11, 20194:55 p.m.: Welcome to Sporting News’ live coverage of WWE SummerSlam. We’ll be here all night with the kickoff show starting at the top of the hour and then the main card beginning at 7:00 p.m. Earlier this afternoon, WWE announced two new matches for the show including Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross defending the women’s tag team titles against Peyton Royce and Billie Kay as well as Buddy Murphy versus Apollo Crews. Both of those matches will take place on the kickoff show along with Drew Gulak against Oney Lorcan for the Cruiserweight championship. Seth Rollins has defeated “The Beast” — again.Rollins defeated Brock Lesnar to close out WWE SummerSlam, following his win over Lesnar earlier this year at WrestleMania 35, to become a two-time WWE Universal champion.