Month:May, 2021

A Love Letter To Smackdown’s Fist Titantron

SmackDown goes retro this Friday. Other than flash the show’s original logo and tell us that the show will have an old-school feel, WWE hasn’t

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What Does The Ending To Mansoor’s Raw Debut Mean For His Winning Streak?

Mansoor made his Raw debut on Monday night, but it appears he had to sacrifice something pretty special in order to make that step up.

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Triple H And NXT Could Do For Vince McMahon What Retribution Didn’t

By most accounts, the Retribution angle was a flop for Vince McMahon and the WWE. A group that was supposed to infiltrate the company, it

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Alexa Bliss Hints That Her Next Target Is Eva Marie On Raw

Alexa Bliss and Lily have selected their next target, and something Bliss said on Raw has us thinking that target is Eva Marie. For the

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WWE WrestleMania Backlash: Match Card, Start Time, And How To Watch

has been a WWE PPV outside of the big four that has managed to last the test of time. The show debuted in 1999 and

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Kevin Owens Reveals Why He Didn’t Enjoy His Universal Championship Run

Kevin Owens’ lone Universal Championship run ended at Fastlane 2017. At the time, Owens was a top main event star who looked destined for several

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Don’t be shocked if WWE introduces a new group headed up by Jinder Mahal in the coming weeks on Raw. The former WWE Champion made an appearance in the ring to face Jeff Hardy prior Raw going live this week and he appears to be flanked by a couple of former NXT talents. It looks like Mahal has formed a new alliance with ex-NXT tag team Indus Sher. During Monday night’s pre-Raw Main Event tapings, Mahal returned in a match vs. Jeff Hardy and Indus Sher (Saurav Gurjar and Rinku Singh) accompanied him to the ring. Not only that, but they helped him score the win over the Charismatic Enigma. WWE fans last saw Jinder and Indus Sher perform at the Superstar Spectacle which was held in January 2021 and aired as a WWE Network special. It featured a mix of weekly main roster talent and some of the bigger Indian-born talents. Interestingly, at that show, Indus Sher teamed with Drew McIntyre to take on Mahal and The Bollywood Boys. It appears WWE has decided to turn them heel and join forces. While he was seen on stage prior to WrestleMania 37 and has back healthy and ready to go for a little while, Mahal hasn’t wrestled since May 2020. So too, Indus Sher were pulled from NXT programming in June. It seems logical to assume this has been something WWE has been working on. Could This Turn Into Something Strong For Raw? That WWE decided to have these wrestlers make their return on a show like Main Event is intriguing. One would think WWE would bring them out on one of the flagship shows. Perhaps this is just a test to build chemistry for the trio. It’s not clear if WWE plans to have them debut imminently or not. Seems like a perfect match and WWE would probably do well to have them be a force on the red brand.

The Royal Rumble 2020 pay-per-view event marked a giant turning point in Drew McIntyre’s WWE career. He was in the midst of a gradual babyface

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Jinder Mahal Returned To WWE Action, Seemingly Forms New Faction

Don’t be shocked if WWE introduces a new group headed up by Jinder Mahal in the coming weeks on Raw. The former WWE Champion made

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Veteran star reaches out to Triple H and Stephanie McMahon; claims his daughter is ready for WWE

Santino Marella has reached out to Triple H and Stephanie McMahon via Twitter, informing them that his daughter is ready for WWE. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are two of

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Jay White makes history by becoming the first quadruple champion in NJPW history; calls himself “The Real Belt Collector”

On day 1 of NJPW Wrestling Dontaku, Jay White made history by capturing the NEVER Openweight Championship and becoming the first-ever quadruple champion in New Japan Pro Wrestling history.

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