WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017) : – 

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)
WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017) : – 

The storylines for the Summerslam PPV kicked off in a bigger way with last night’s WWE Raw. We were bound to see the fallouts from the Great Balls of Fire. All the Prime Superstars were present to begin their feuds for the biggest event of the summer. Check out what transpired on Raw hosted by the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017) : – 

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)
WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)

The show opened up with Big Cass walking into the arena in the midst of loud boos. He bragged about his victory over Enzo, last night. He was interrupted by Big Show who was out for a confrontation. The two brawled in the ring for sometimes before Big Show shoved him away to stand tall.

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017
WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017

Finn Balor was scheduled to have a match with Elias Samson. Prior to the match, the latter one insulted Balor with his song. In the match, Balor Pickec up the win quite comprehensively by hitting with a drop-kick following with a superkick.

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)
WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)

The Hardy Boyz was out to cut a promo with their “Broken” Accent and got interrupted by Gallows and Anderson. These two teams squared off in a match on Raw. By capitalizing on a distraction, the heel team picked up the win via Magic Killer. After the match, The Revival returned on the show to deliver a sneak attack on the already war-torn Hardy Boyz.

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017) : –  

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)
WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)

The Miz presented yet another edition of Miz TV to present the Mizzie Awards. It turned out to be a family affair for him until Dean Ambrose showed up to interrupt. He became out numbered once again until Seth Rollins showed up to make the save.

These two cleaned house but following the segment, Ambrose confronted his former buddy and told that he does not need the help of Rollins. To the Surprise of the fans, he walked off on him to tease a heel turn.

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)
WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)

Sasha Banks and Bayley teamed up against Niz Jax and Alexa Bliss in a rematch from last week. They picked up quite a comprehensive win via roll up. In another impromptu match, Goldust picked up win againt bitter rival R-Truth after hitting him with the final cut.

WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)
WWE Monday Night Raw Highlights (10th July 2017)

Brock Lesnar was introduced to the ring by the GM, Kurt Angle. He was quickly interrupted by Roman Reigns who showed up demanding a title match at Summerslam. Samoa Joe was out next with the same pledge. In the end, the GM made a match between these for next week’s Raw with the winner gets a chance to face Lesnar.

IPL Auction 2017

IPL Auction 2017 : –

IPL Auction 2017
IPL Auction 2017

IPL Auction 2017 : – 

Delhi Daredevils : –

  1. Kagiso Rabada –      05 Cr.
  2. Murugan Ashwin –      01 Cr.
  3. Aditya Tare –       25 Lakhs.
  4. Ankeet Bawane –       10 Lakhs.
  5. Angelo Mathews   –     02 Cr.
  6. Cory Anderson –       01 Cr.

    Delhi Daredevils
    Delhi Daredevils

Gujarat Lions: – 

  1. Manpreet Gony –  60 Lakhs
  2. Basil Thampi –     85 Lakhs
  3. Nathu Singh –    50 Lakhs

Kings XI Punjab:

  1. Varun Aaron –     8 Cr.
  2. Matt Henry –     50 Lakhs.
  3. Tejas Baroka  –     10 Lakhs.
  4. T Natarjan –       3 Cr.
  5. Rahul Tewatia –      25 Lakhs.
  6. Eoin Morgan –      02 Cr.

Kolkata Knights Riders: – 

  1. Rishi Dhawan –     55 Lakhs.
  2. Chris Woakes –      2 Cr.
  3. Trent Boult –      05 Cr.

Mumbai Indians: – 

  1. Karn Sharma –    2 Cr.
  2. K Gowtham –     02 Cr.
  3. Mitchell Johnson –     02 Cr.
  4. Nicholas Pooran –     30 Lakhs.

Rising Pune Supergiants: –

  1. Jaydev Unadkat –     30 Lakhs.
  2. Ben Stokes –        14.5 Cr.

    Rising Pune Supergiants
    Rising Pune Supergiants

Royal Challenger Bangalore: –

  1. Aniket Choudhary –       02 Cr.
  2. Tymal Mills –     12 Cr.
  3. Pawan Negi –    1 Cr.
  4. Shane Waston –    09.5 Cr.

    Royal Challenger Bangalore
    Royal Challenger Bangalore

Sunrisers Hyderabad: –       

  1. Pravin Tambe –       10 Lakhs
  2. Rashid Khan Arman –        4 Cr.
  3. Mohammad Nabi –        30 Lakhs.
  4. Eklavya Dwivedi –         75 Lakhs.
  5. Tanmay Agarwal –    10 Lakhs.
  6. Pat Cummins –      4 Cr.

IPL Auction 2017 : – 

Unsold Players List: –

  1. Rahul Sharma (Spinner)
  2. Akila Dhananjaya
  3. Fawad Ahmed
  4. Michael Beer
  5. Nathan Lyon
  6. Ben Laughlin
  7. Billy Stanlake
  8. Pankaj Singh
  9. RP Singh
  10. Brad Haddin
  11. Glenn Phillips
  12. Kusal Janith Perera
  13. Niroshan Dickwella
  14. Anamul Haque
  15. Shane Dowrich
  16. Thisara Perera
  17. Farhaan Behardien
  18. David Wiese
  19. Jason Holder
  20. Parvez Rasool
  21. Darren Bravo
  22. Nic Maddinson
  23. Marlon Samules
  24. Ewin Lewis
  25. Abhinav Mukund
  26. Michael Klinger
  27. Subramaniam Badrinath
  28. Manoj Tiwary
  29. Cheteshwar Pujara
  30. Akshay Wakhare
  31. Mitchell Swepson
  32. Sarabjeet Ladda
  33. Mayank Dagar
  34. Pawan Suyal
  35. Navdeep Saini
  36. Umar Nazir
  37. Abu Nechim
  38. Manvinder Bisla
  39. Mohit Ahlawat
  40. IPL Auction 2017
    IPL Auction 2017

  41. Mohammad Shahzad
  42. Vishnu Vinod
  43. Shreevats Goswami
  44. Rush Kalaria
  45. Priyank Panchal
  46. Praveen Dubey
  47. Shivam Dube
  48. Manan Sharma
  49. Aksh Deept Nath
  50. Mahipal Lomror
  51. Unmukt Chand
  52. Asghar Stanikzai
  53. Prithvi Shaw
  54. Umang Sharma
  55. Imran Tahir
  56. Pragyan Ojha
  57. Brad Hogg
  58. Lakshan Shandakan
  59. Ish Sodhi
  60. Ishant Sharma
  61. Kyle Abbott
  62. Nathan Coulter Nile
  63. Dinesh Chandimal
  64. Johnson Charles
  65. Jonny Bairstow
  66. Ben Dunk
  67. Sean Abbott
  68. Chris Jodhan
  69. Irfan Pathan
  70. Saurabh Tiwary
  71. Alex Hales
  72. Ross Taylor
  73. Jason Roy
  74. Martin Guptil

ICC Cricket Award 2016

ICC Cricket Award 2016 : –

ICC Cricket Award 2016 : – 

India Starr Offspiner Ravichandran Ashwin stole the limelight at the International Cricket Council (ICC) annual awards by winning 2 top honours on Thursday (December 22). Last Year, India had failed to win any individual award. India’s Ravichandran Ashwin capped off a sensational year by being adjudged the ICC Cricketer of the year to win the Prestigious Sir Garfield Sober Trophy. He Joins Rahul Dravid (2004) and Sachin Tendulkar (2010) as only the third Indian to take away the top individual Honour.

ICC Cricket Award 2016 : –

Ashwin Picked up 72 Wickets from 12 Tests this year, for which he was also named the ICC Test Cricket of the year, Becoming the third Indian Cricketer to win the award after Rahul Dravid in 2004 and Gautam Gambhir in 2009. Ashwin is only the 2nd Indian Player after Rahul Dravid (2004) to bag the two coveted Prizes in the Same Year, Kallis (2005), Pointing (2006), Sangakkara (2012), Clarke (2013), Johnson (2014) and Smith (2015) are the other player to annex both the awards in the Same Years.

Ashwin Said “It’s an absolute pleasure to be awarded with this great honour. It feels great to follow the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid in being named as the ICC Cricketer of the year. To also win the ICC Test Cricketer of the year makes it even better. There are a lot of People to thank for this wonderful achievement I have made. It has been a great couple of years but this year has been even more special. What is very noticeable is the way I have gone about doing my business. What is more Important, as far as I am concerned, is the number of people who have gone behind my success. I’d like to dedicate this award to my family. I’d like to thank ICC and Most importantly my team-mates. I’d also like to thank the support staff for our success. We’ve had a great transition ever since Mahendra Sing Dhoni hung up his boots. A young captain has taken over, we fell on the right track, and we now have a new bunch of boys”.

During the voting Period – 14 September 2015 to 14 September 2016, Ashwin palyed eight Tests in which he took 48 wickets and scored 336 runs. Ashwin also claimed 27 wickets in 19 T20s. Ashwin had finished 2015 as the number one ranked Test Bowler in the world, a position he twice reclaimed in 2016. Ashwin also find a place as the alone Indian in the Test XI Team. India’ limited over vice-captain Virat Kohli has been named as the caption of the ODI Team.

ICC Cricket Award 2016 : – 

According to the ICC, the Voting Academy, comprising respected members of the cricket media from all the Test Playing countries, decided on the Individual awards, while the Selection Panel of Rahul Dravid, Gary Kirsten and Kumar Sangakkara picked the ICC Test and ODI Team of the Year. Alastair Cook Despite the recent 0-4 loss to India has been appointed caption of the Test XI. This the third time Cook has been appointed captain of the Test Side.

South Affrica’s wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock has been named to ICC ODI cricketer of the year with 857 runs from 17 matches including three centuries and three fifties. The Indian Cricketers – Rohit Sharma, Ravindra Jadeja and Kholi have found a Place in the ODI Team.

Pakistan Test skipper Misbah ul Haq was given the Spirit of Cricket award, while Bangladesh fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman was named the emerging Player of the Year.

ICC Award 2016: –

ICC Cricketer of the Year: –               Ravichandran Ashwin (India)

ICC Test Cricketer of the Year: –             Ravichandran Ashwin (India)

ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year: –             Quinton de Kock (South Africa)

ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year: –            Suzie Bates (New Zealand)
ICC Women’s T20 Cricketer of the Years: –          
Suzie Bates (New Zealand)

ICC T2o Performance of the Year: –         Carlos Brathwaite (West Indies)

ICC Emerging Cricketer of the Year: –           Mutafizur Rahman (Bangladesh)

ICC Associate/ Affiliate Cricketer of the Year: –          Mohammad Shahzad (Afghanistan)

ICC Spirit of Cricket Award: –          Misbah ul Haq (Pakistan)

ICC Umpire of the Year: –        Marais Erasmus (South Africa)

ICC Test Team of the Years 2016: –

  1. David Warner (Australia)
  2. Alastair Cook (England) (Captain)
  3. Kane Williamson (New Zealand)
  4. Joe Root (England)
  5. Adam Voges (Australia)
  6. Jonny Bairstow (England) (Wicketkeeper)
  7. Ben Stokes (England)
  8. Ravichandran Ashwin (India)
  9. Rangana Hearath (Sri Lanka)
  10. Mitchell Starc (Australia)
  11. Dale Steyn (South Africa)
  12. Steve Smith (Australia)

ICC ODI Team of the Year 2016: – 

  1. David Warner (Australia)
  2. Quinton De Kock (South Africa) (Wicketkeeper)
  3. Rohit Sharma (India)
  4. Virat Kohli (India) (Captain)
  5. AB de Villiers (South Africa)
  6. Jos Buttler (England)
  7. Mitchell Marsh (Australia)
  8. Ravindra Jadeja (India)
  9. Mitchell Starc (Australia)
  10. Kagiso Rabada (South Africa)
  11. Sunil Narine (West Indies)
  12. Imran Tahir (South Africa)