Preview: WWE SmackDown (7/30/21) – Who’s Next for Bianca Belair?

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Friday Night SmackDown is here! In typical WWE fashion, very little has been announced for this show. In fact, as of this writing, we only know about a certain Universal Championship feud becoming more complicated after last week’s conclusion. Therefore, this preview will mostly consist of speculation over some of the bigger things to expect […] READ MORE


The Brightest Points During the WWE Pandemic Era

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The period of time World Wrestling Entertainment was forced to run every single show from April 2020 to early July 2021 is known, by many fans, as the WWE Pandemic Era. It will probably be remembered as one of the worst years in the company’s history in terms of fan reception to both the product […] READ MORE


WWE’s Issue With Booking Champions

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The WWE’s issue with booking champions is a tale as old as time. On last night’s episode of Monday Night Raw, both Sheamus and Nikki A.S.H. were the latest champions to fall victim to this ineffective brand of booking. This is a company which, years ago, adopted the mantra of “wins and losses don’t matter”. […] READ MORE




John Cena: How He Shown Up the WWE Roster and the New Dynamic

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John Cena is back! Having returned at last Sunday’s Money in the Bank PPV, Cena spent this past week appearing on both Raw and SmackDown. Unfortunately for the rest of the WWE roster, his presence and the sheer crowd responses he has received have somewhat exposed them and Cena, in comparison, looks and feels like […] READ MORE


Preview: WWE SmackDown (7/23/21) – John Cena Returns

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Friday Night SmackDown returns for a split show edition! A majority of the show will be live from Cleveland, Ohio at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, whilst – presumably – smaller portions of the show will be broadcast from the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami, Florida. The first blue brand episode since last Sunday’s successful Money in […] READ MORE


Predicting The WWE SummerSlam 2021 Card

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Money in the Bank has officially come and gone in tremendous fashion as it was one of the best WWE pay-per-view shows over the last couple of years. But with fans back in town, it’s difficult to not look ahead to what is historically seen as WWE’s second-biggest show of the year — SummerSlam. “The […] READ MORE