Toni’s Time: When Will Toni Storm Get to Shine on SmackDown?

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Just when will it be ‘Toni’s time to storm?’ The phrase was first tossed around when Friday Night SmackDown star Toni Storm was still a snarky heel on NXT. With the spring 2021 call up of arch-rival Rhea Ripley to Monday Night Raw, it seemed Storm was poised to dominate the “Black and Gold” brand’s […] READ MORE


The Legacy of WWE Sunday Night Heat

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In August 1998, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) launched Sunday Night Heat. It was a bid to capitalize on the Attitude Era’s popularity. The aim was to have an extra hour of programming to continue storylines from Monday Night Raw and give some of WWE’s mid-carders more ring time. On the October 4, 1998 episode of […] READ MORE



Remembering Heel Michael Cole

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One of the oft-forgotten events of the first three years of the WWE in the 2010s is heel Michael Cole. Remember him? Cole, who by this point had been on the WWE announce team for well over a decade, was largely seen as the corporate stooge of the announce team. A long-time announcer widely deemed […] READ MORE



Back With a Vengeance: Carmella Challenges Sasha Banks

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Since returning to WWE Friday Night SmackDown, Carmella has wasted no time staking her claim on the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Back in October, though current champ Sasha Banks retained her title after a match against former friend and former SmackDown women’s champion Bayley, she was met with a surprise attack by Carmella. A war of […] READ MORE



Huge Update on WWE Broadcast Teams Starting Next Week

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With the season premiers of Raw and SmackDown next week – Raw remaining on USA Network and SmackDown moving to FOX Sports on Friday – the WWE has apparently unveiled the new broadcast teams, according to POST Wrestling‘s John Pollock. While NXT remains the same three person team of Mauro Ranallo, Beth Phoenix and Nigel […] READ MORE