Preview: WWE Raw (7/4/22) – 4th of July Edition

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WWE celebrates Monday Night Raw and the 4th of July this week from the Pechanga Arena in San Diego, California, named after the Pechanga chain of hotels and casinos… Which are in Central California, not the South. Color us confused with this branding choice. The last time WWE came here was 11 months ago, and […] READ MORE


Preview: WWE Raw (12/27/21) – Day 1 Go-Home Show

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It’s the last Monday Night Raw of 2021 and it may also be a wild one. A full card has been announced over the week. However, last night, at WWE’s annual Boxing Day Madison Square Garden house show, many changes had to be made as talent was out, likely due to the reported COVID-19 outbreak […] READ MORE


Preview: WWE Raw (12/13/21) – RK-Bronament Finals

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WWE’s Monday Night Raw comes to us live tonight from the Xcel Energy Center of St. Paul, Minnesota. There are still sixteen days left in 2021, so we still have a way to go until WWE’s first event of 2022, Day 1. We do have at least one match – specifically the RK-Bronament finals – […] READ MORE


SummerSlam Card Takes Shape on SmackDown

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This year’s SummerSlam event is set to take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on August 21, and the card for the event is taking shape. Four matches have been announced for SummerSlam so far. At the moment, the card consists of a triple threat for the Raw women’s championship between unlikely titleholder […] READ MORE


Preview: WWE SmackDown (7/16/21) – Return of the Fans

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After 16 months of empty arenas and over a year of the ThunderDome, Friday Night SmackDown is once more in front of a live audience – the long-anticipated return of the fans has arrived! Much has changed since the last time SmackDown was in front of a crowd. Goldberg was the WWE Universal Champion and […] READ MORE


Monday Night Raw Continues To Be Difficult Viewing

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Monday Night Raw desperately needs to start building stars. For too long now – and this has been a problem since before the pandemic – the show has been a stagnant, stale three hours of increasingly difficult, often unbearable viewing. Through no fault of its superstars, of which there are many, the show continues to […] READ MORE


Seth Rollins Is Once More One of the Best Things In WWE

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During a time where Roman Reigns is killing it as the top heel on Friday Night SmackDown, it would be easy to overlook other stars currently doing their best work to date. Apollo Crews has become a rejuvenated, motivated, completely transformed man from where he was just last year. With his new heel character, he […] READ MORE


Preview: WWE SmackDown Card (6/04/21) – Two Title Matches

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Friday Night SmackDown is almost here! In a breakaway from recent tradition, we even have not one, but two matches to preview. Christmas in June? Why not! The Intercontinental and SmackDown Tag Team Championships are both being defended on an episode of SmackDown sure to deliver. Don’t believe me? Then let’s take a look and […] READ MORE


The Usos Bring Attention To SmackDown Tag Team Division

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For what feels like decades now, the tag team divisions within the WWE have been overshadowed. As we all know, there is a tendency within the company to break up natural tag teams; instead cramming the division with makeshift, unnatural teams. We’ve seen this for years now. Cryme Tyme (JTG and the late Shad Gaspard), […] READ MORE


#AndNEW: The Mysterios Capture The SmackDown Tag Team Titles

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The Mysterios (Dominik and Rey Mysterio) have captured the SmackDown Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania Backlash. They finally overcame the Dirty Dawgs, that being the team of Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode, to begin their first reign with the titles. This is a significant step in the young career of Dominik Mysterio, who has now […] READ MORE