Thursday, July 24, 2014
Ken Anderson (2009)
Bobby Lashley (2012)
Chris Masters (2008)
Shawn Daivari (2013)
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Team 3D & Tommy Dreamer vs. EC3 & Rhino & Rockstar Spud in a New York Street Fight
Taryn Terrell vs. Gail Kim for the Knockouts Championship
Bobby Roode vs. MVP in a Falls Count Anywhere Match
Plus, Austin Aries makes his decision on whether or not to exercise "Option C," The Great Muta makes his return to the USA, and will Matt Hardy accept his brother Jeff's invitation to appear on the show?
The interview was conducted by Rob Feinstein and Doug Gentry
It is a two-disc collection
Disc one runs at one hour and fifty-eight minutes
Lesnar has been advertised for the September 15th edition of RAW, which is the show before the Night of Champions.
The reason that Sheamus was not on WWE television this week was due to him having a severe flu
Credit Dave Meltzer, F4WOnline.com
What Will Air During NBC's WrestleMania Special?
The show will air an edited version of the Austin, Rock, and Hogan promo, John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt and Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar
Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Newsletter
WWE Splitting up Rybaxel?
Although there is no timetable yet, the WWE is planning on splitting up the team in the near future.
TNA Announces Three Re-Signings
John Gaburik announced via Twitter that the company has resigned Brooke Tessmacher, Seiya Sanada, and Samuel Shaw.
Also, today's edition of Wrestling Observer Radio is free. You can listen by clicking on the link below.
The IronMan Title wins ITSELF~!
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
The SmarK Rant for Monday Night RAW – 11.07.94
My friend sent me a Destiny beta code. No idea if it’s something I’ll care about, but yay for free stuff and yay for finally getting something interesting for my Xbox One!
Live from Bushkill, PA. Is that literally a high school gym? Good lord.
Your hosts are Vince McMahon and the empty hole in my soul once occupied by Randy Savage. Also, Jerry Lawler, beginning a run that would last for 20 years, give or take.
Yeah, I know that’s wacky numbering, but blame the Network as they have The Main Event listed as episode 37 of SNME.
I have multiple versions of the two matches featured on this show, so we’ll just include everything for fun, since they’ve been done on different DVDs and such.
Ross today announced via Twitter that today his is last day as a contracted employee of the WWE.
More Changes from This Past RAW's Original Script
Originally, Roman Reigns was going to face Rusev and Bo Dallas was going to face The Great Khali in a rematch from last week but that was dropped over the course of the day.
RAW Scores Best Rating in Two Months
TNA/Spike TV Update
Negotiations between TNA officials and Spike TV are ongoing with TNA hopeful they can have a deal in place by next month's TV tapings so they can officially announce a deal.
With Brock,why is he so shielded and protected? I know that's a broad question,but in terms of match quality and how quickly the initial buzz/pop wears off after each return,is he worth the outlay?
For example,Brock returns and loses a hot match to Cena. OK. He then draws a big buyrate against HHH. Their two rematches sucked however,but one was a WrestleMania and one was a rushed B-show bout so no real spotlight,in terms if numbers, was shone on either.
His Punk bout at SummerSlam last year was a **** affair at least but the event flopped finacially. The Big Show angle stunk in every respect earlier this year, and the subsequent Taker stuff had historical value but the match itself was never going to be a classic.
Now,he's going to be champion in a few weeks,timed brilliantly to 'save' the Network, and then pretty much vanish with the belt. I still like Brock and his mystique a hell of a lot,but when the dust settles on this run will it be exposed as an expensive luxury?