This week’s WWE SmackDown! opens with Fandango and Anonymous Broad heading down to the ring. Lilian Garcia enters the ring, and Fandango begins fondling her. He tells her she’s looking excellent tonight, then asks if she’s ever been dipped before. Have you ever made moves on anyone before? Lilian, have you ever Fandangoed before? It feels good. Real good. Fandango then spins her and goes to kiss her, but instead dips her before telling her that was terrible. Fandango then drops Lilian in the middle of the ring. He tells her she’s beautiful, but there’s nothing beautiful about the way she dances. You’re just like each and every one of these people who butcher his name and mock his dance. Can you at least pronounce his name correctly? Pay attention: It’s FAN…
Santino Marella comes out on the stage and calls him “Fandingo”. Fandango is a very rude person, the way ..click here to read more
AJ Lee, Bella Twins, Big E. Langston, chris jericho, Daniel Bryan, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler, Fandango, Jack Swagger, Kaitlyn, Kane, Layla, Mark Henry, randy orton, Roman Reigns, Ryback, Seth Rollins, Sheamus, Tamina, The Big Show, The Shield, triple h, Uncle Zeb Coulter, Wade Barrett, wwe smackdown
This week’s edition WWE Wrestler of the Week will prove to you how absurd WWE’s booking is in terms of matches fans see on Raw and Smackdown. There are four candidates for WWE Wrestler of the Week, but three candidates’ 2-0 record occurred via the same match. This means that WWE repeated the same exact match on Raw and Smackdown this week. This wouldn’t be the first time WWE has repeated matches. However, the fact that three matches were repeated in the same week is overkill.
The first candidate for this week’s award is Team Hell No who scored two victories over the Prime Time Players this week. The tag team division seemed to be on the rise when Daniel Bryan and Kane joined forces. However, we constantly see Team Hell No defeat Darren Young and Titus O’Neil almost every week. WWE needs to utilize the tag teams they have more ..click here to read more
Bella Twins, randy orton, Sheamus, The Funkadactyls
This week on WWE Friday Night SmackDown, Triple H will appear for the first time in a long time. Also, the NEW World Champion Dolph Ziggler will be making an appearance. I cannot tell you how excited I am to finally see him wearing the gold (yes, I know he was champ for 15 minutes once, but even Ziggler himself doesn’t count that reign).
Big E. Langston makes his way onto the stage to formally introduce the new champ. Ziggler, AJ Lee and Langston make their way down to the ring. Ever since he debuted, he’s been the most physically gift athlete in wrestling, and that’s an understatement. People would look at him and just knew that he was the future of the company, and this World title proves the future is now. Each and everyone of you feels like you’re a part of this. You chanted for him at Wrestlemania ..click here to read more
AJ Lee, Bella Twins, Big E. Langston, chris jericho, Daniel Bryan, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger, Kaitlyn, Kane, Layla, Mark Henry, randy orton, Roman Reigns, Ryback, Seth Rollins, Sheamus, Tamina, The Big Show, The Shield, triple h, Uncle Zeb Coulter, Wade Barrett, WrestleMania 29, wwe smackdown
This week’s WWE Friday Night SmackDown opens with Ryback making his way out for a match. This will be a throw-away show, since everyone is at Axxess right now. I’m not going to recap those parts.
MATCH 1-2-on-1 Handicap Match: Ryback vs. Epico and Primo (w/Rosa Mendes)
Primo starts for his side with a punch and a side headlock. Ryback shoulders him off the ropes and catches a cross-body, turning it into a powerslam. Epico tags in, and he’s snapped into the ring. Ryback chops him in the corner before running into some boots. Epico charges in and gets gorilla press slammed for his troubles. Epico trips him into the ropes and tags in Primo, who hits a springboard seated dropkick before stomping Ryback down. Epico back in, and he stomps Ryback down in the corner before getting a 1-count. A rear chinlock is applied by Epico, but Ryback picks him up ..click here to read more
Bella Twins, Cody Rhodes, Damien Sandow, Epico, Jack Swagger, Kofi Kingston, Primo, Rosa Mendes, Ryback, Tons of Funk, Uncle Zeb Coulter, WrestleMania 29
The 2012 WWE Royal Rumble winner was probably not the guy you expected. Sheamus won the Royal Rumble and a trip to the WrestleMania 28 main-event against a WWE champion of his choice. Sheamus eliminated Chris Jericho to win the Rumble and earn his title match in Miami.
Sheamus was certainly one of the dark horses to win the Rumble. I had him at 50-1 odds in my predictions blog. It was a great way to elevate Sheamus back to the championship status he had a couple of years back. I have no problem with Sheamus winning, especially eliminating Jericho and Orton.
The Rumble itself was one of the most disappointing Rumble matches in recent memory. A combination of a lack of big time superstars and a dead crowd made for a boring Rumble. It just felt like a long RAW or SmackDown battle royal for awhile. It was ..click here to read more
Alicia Fox, Bella Twins, Beth Phoenix, chris jericho, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, Eve, Hacksaw Duggan, john cena, Kane, Kelly Kelly, Kharma, Mark Henry, mick foley, Natalya, randy orton, Royal Rumble 2012, Sheamus, Tamina, The Big Show, WrestleMania 28, WWE Royal Rumble, Zack Ryder
The 25th anniversary of the Royal Rumble just ended and we have all taken some time to digest what we have seen Sunday night. Chris Jericho stated at the RAW before the Rumble that the end of the world as we knew it would occur. Many fans were upset of what they thought was the lack of follow-up on that proclamation. I attempt to explain how the Royal Rumble DID follow-up and gave us an apocalyptic preview to WWE programming for the rest of the year (or according to the Mayans), the remaining time in human existence.
WWE Championship: Triple Threat Steel Cage Match
Daniel Bryan (c) vs. Big Show vs. Mark Henry
Michael Cole’s heel commentary on a heel Daniel Bryan is an ongoing attempt to bury the World Heavyweight Champion. I agree with having a face and a heel ..click here to read more
Bella Twins, Beth Phoenix, chris jericho, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, Eve, Hacksaw Duggan, john cena, Kane, Kelly Kelly, Kharma, Mark Henry, mick foley, Natalya, randy orton, Royal Rumble 2012, Sheamus, Tamina, The Big Show, WrestleMania 28, WWE Royal Rumble, Zack Ryder
The WWE Divas are upset! Following in the steps of former WWE Divas Melina and Gail Kim, several Divas have taken to Twitter to vent their frustrations over a website article. Ironically the article in question comes from WWE.com.
This is one of those stories that just gives and gives and gives. The WWE Divas are angry and they aren’t going to take it anymore! The Divas have gotten their panties in a bunch over an article on WWE.com that takes some shots at the current crop of ladies. The irony here is that the article is written in kayfabe storyline mode yet the girls are reacting as if their favorite frozen yoga instructor just got fired.
Katie Raymond of WWE.com has posted an article entitled, “Divas of Doom … or salvation?” The article is a little unclear to me but in the end appears designed to get the ..click here to read more
Bella Twins, CM Punk, Eve Torres, Kelly Kelly, Melina, WWE Divas
WWE Raw, 7/18/11, Green Bay, WI
OPENING SEGMENT: VINCE MCMAHON IS NOT HAPPY
In a rather short opening segment, McMahon brought out Johnny Laryngitis, and the whole roster was backstage watching, thus giving it a special feel. In short, CM Punk is a turd, John Cena let everyone down, and there’s now a tournament to determine a new champion. Crowd doesn’t like that one. I like the idea, because you could create a new champ, and have Punk return to rub it in that he was never beaten. Of course, the internet crowd is going to view this as a screw-you to Punk, but oh well. I think it leads to Punk’s return as a superhero, in any event.
SEGMENT RATING: 6/10. Short and sufficient
ROUND ONE MATCH: THE MIZ VS. ALEX ..click here to read more
Alberto del Rio, Alex Riley, Alicia Fox, Andy Leavine, Bella Twins, Beth Phoenix, CM Punk, Dolph Ziggler, Eve, Gail Kim, john cena, John Laurinaitis, John Morrison, Kaitlyn, Kelly Kelly, Maryse, Melina, Money in the Bank, Natalya, R-Truth, Rey Mysterio, Ricardo Rodriguez, Rosa Mendes, The Miz, triple h, vince mcmahon, WWE Divas, WWE Money In The Bank, WWE Tough Enough
It’s been almost two months since Michelle McCool lost her Loser Leaves Town match against former best friend Layla at Extreme Rules, and frankly, the industry took a head shot when it lost the blonde bombshell who had finally reached the pinnacle of her career.
Not only was Michelle a great looking girl with a heartwarming accent (just ask The Undertaker), but any time I tuned into SmackDown I actually bought into her bully persona, a program she worked nicely with a decent arsenal of moves and great chemistry with her partner in crime, Layla.
Living so close to where Michelle McCool used to teach middle school classes, her domination of the WWE Divas division actually had me wondering where all the hot teachers were when I was coming ..click here to read more
AJ Lee, Angelina Love, Bella Twins, Christina Von Eerie, Eve Torres, FCW, Kaitlyn, Kelly Kelly, Layla, Madison Rayne, Maryse, Michelle McCool, Rosita, TNA Wrestling, WWE Divas