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Posts by tag: Brad Maddox

1 year ago

WWE SmackDown Results March 22 and Recap


On this week’s episode of WWE Friday Night SmackDown, we’re in Cincinnati, OH, and the show is opening with the hometown boy, The Miz, for another edition of MizTV. In the ring with him are Randy Orton and Sheamus. He says their world has been turned upside-down. Ryback is no longer their partner at WM29 per orders of Vicki Guerrero and Teddy Long. Orton starts and says that in his opinion, the man to replace Ryback will be The Big Show. Sheamus admits if Show didn’t come down on Monday night, they would have had their arses handed to them. However, he doesn’t trust Show.

Orton doesn’t either, but you have to do what you can to survive. Show needs them as much as they need him, and come WM29, he wants the big, bad, angry giant on his side. Miz then welcomes Show out to answer for himself. Miz thinks here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE SmackDown Results March 15 and Recap


I apologize for the delay for my recap this week. I was having problems with my internet yesterday, and the feed for this week’s show didn’t go up on YouTube until this morning (Sunday).

Looks like we’re starting the show with a match. Brad Maddox is once again on commentary for the night.

Before the match starts, Damien Sandow says that, what happened last Monday on RAW was nothing short of a professional and managerial abomination. Not only was their sure-fire victory over the New-Age Outlaws taken from them, and not only was their post-match endeavor with The Bella Twins postponed, but they were involved in a match they were neither mentally or physically prepared for against these two Bulgarians (Sheamus and Orton). His uncle Minnish Sandow told him a story once, and it goes like this…Cody Rhodes cuts him off and says they don’t deserve the story. It’s simple: Sheamus and here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE SmackDown Results December 28 and Report


This week’s WWE SmackDown! is the final episode of the year, and something tells me it will be mostly a throw-away show, if it’s anything like the Christmas Eve episode of RAW this past Monday.

We kick things off with Sheamus making his way out. First off, Sheamus hopes everyone had a merry Christmas. He had a great time. It’s a special time of year for him. He drank gallons of eggnog-flavored ale. He got a bunch of ugly sweaters and ties, and of course, he got a year’s supply of sunscreen from his ma. The greatest present, though, was when he defeated The Big Show in the Lumberjack Frost Match on Monday. He’s going to make a new year’s resolution right now, and that is to become the new World Champion. The new year is too far away, though, and the old saying goes there’s no time like the present. here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE Wrestler Of The Week: December 15-21st, 2012


Welcome back to another edition of WWE Wrestler of the Week! Last week, the Celtic Warrior Sheamus took home the honor, but this was a different week. This week’s WWE Wrestler of the Week was victorious at WWE TLC 2012, Raw and two episodes of SmackDown. He also took home a Slammy Award on Monday night. He retained his championship at TLC with Trouble in Paradise. He is Kofi Kingston.

Kofi Kingston began the week on Friday Night SmackDown with a win over Alberto Del Rio. This match seemed to be an opportunity to show off Kofi before his Intercontinental Championship match with Wade Barrett at WWE TLC 2012.

Kofi would go on to successfully retain his Intercontinental Championship against Wade Barrett at WWE TLC 2012. This was a surprise to me as I thought Wade Barrett needed to win this match. Wade Barrett will most likely be a World Champion in here to read more , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE SmackDown Results December 18 and Report


Tonight is a special live episode of SmackDown! and…it’s commercial-free. Wonderful.

We’re starting off the episode with another installment of MizTV. Miz might be the worst face in history. His guests shocked the world at TLC, doing more damage than Lindsay Lohan and a moving vehicle. They will explain their actions right now. Please welcome “Mr. MITB” Dolph Ziggler and AJ Lee. Ziggler and AJ head out, and they are accompanied by WWE’s newest signee, Big E. Langston. While Langston doesn’t impress me thus far, at least he’s in the role of a bodyguard, which doesn’t require much at this point. Also, I’m glad WWE made the right decision and kept the briefcase with Ziggler. Miz has one question: Why? AJ asks, “Really? Really?”

Instead of asking her why, why not ask John Cena why he toyed with her heart. If he has an answer to that, this would all make more here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE Friday Night SmackDown Results November 2 and Report


WWE Friday Night SmackDown! starts off with “MizTV”. Miz says there are some shocking things going on in WWE right now. First off, the AJ/Cena fiasco. Second, Brad Maddox costing Ryback the WWE title at HIAC. This brings him to an incident that wasn’t so shocking, and also his guest tonight. Which move is more devastating, the WMD or the Brogue Kick?

In case you missed it, Sheamus got knocked out by The Big Show at HIAC and lost the title, so now Miz would like to introduce the former World Champion and his guest tonight, Sheamus. I have to admit seeing Sheamus hit Show with White Noise on RAW was pretty impressive. Miz says it’s been seven months since Sheamus was on SD! without the World title. His match at HIAC was incredible, but Sheamus must be embarrassed by getting knocked out cold by Show. He must feel like such here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE Hell In A Cell 2012 Results – Punk Retains, Show Wins


WWE Hell in a Cell 2012 was more anticipated for the finish of its main-event than anything else on the entire pay per view. CM Punk vs. Ryback would end a streak and continue another in what will become one of the most debated finishes of any match in this era.

CM Punk retained the WWE championship over Ryback. I am still not sure whether I liked the finish of this one or not. The match was actually pretty good, a lot better than I expected. The story here is that Punk was scared of Ryback throughout the match. Ryback was dominating Punk until Paul Heyman unleashed a fire extinguisher on Ryback from outside. Punk also used a kendo stick on Ryback. Once Ryback recovered he took control of Punk. Ryback finally got Punk up for Shellshock but referee Brad Maddox stopped him and nailed Ryback with a low blow, Punk here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE Monday Night RAW September 24 Results & Live Blog – Jerry Lawler To Appear


Jerry Lawler-I’m not sure how much more of this I’m willing to put up with. I get that WWE is more image-conscious than ever, and they’ll take any opportunity to pat themselves on the back, especially with the election coming up. But after last week, when they took every opportunity to promote Jerry Lawler’s recuperative powers (while filming an awkward handshake with his doctor that Vince McMahon was allegedly insistent on recording)….I don’t know, it just reeks of “we all love each other, everything is okay, we’re number one.” A mention here and there once or twice updating fans on Lawler’s improving health would have been fine, not milking the crowd for cheers by showing him getting off a plane, or heavily promoting an interview with him for the following week.

They exploit him, but do we still love them? Sounds like here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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