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Posts by tag: Team Hell No

5 months ago

Kane and Daniel Bryan Set for Epic WWE Confrontation


Mark Henry had a run as the World Champion. The Big Show has had multiple runs as WWE Champion and veterans like Batista and Chris Jericho have taken shots at trying to claim the WWE Title. Now, finally after changes in programming and the reemergence of Evolution, The Authority’s “enforcer” Kane is going to get a chance at title glory.

The only thing I can say is that it is about freaking time. If there is a wrestler in this company that has deserved a shot at title glory, it is the one of the most respected men in the locker room. The fact that both Kane and Daniel Bryan have worked well together in tag team wrestling and on other sides of the ring makes for a very enjoyable program heading into Extreme Rules.

Whether Kane wrestles under the guise as a member of The Authority (after recently being called out here to read more , , ,

1 year ago

WWE Wrestler of the Week: March 22nd-28th, 2013


WWE Wrestler of the Week is back with three superstars earning a 2-0 record for the final full week of March 2013. As much as I hate having ties and recognizing more than one superstar, we have to give credit to these superstars for going undefeated for the week.

Interestingly, Kane is one of the superstars who went 2-0 this week, but his tag team partner Daniel Bryan did not. Team Hell No had another victory over the Prime Time Players on the March 25th edition of Raw. If I had a nickel for every time we saw this match with the same outcome, I swear I’d have at least fifty cents. WWE either needs to introduce new heel tag teams or just use the ones they have more often. In any case, while Bryan’s week was done at this point, Kane’s was not. The Big Red Machine would score a here to read more , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE Elimination Chamber 2013 Takeaways


The WWE 2013 Elimination Chamber event is history and the table is now officially set for WrestleMania 29. Now that the dust has settled, let’s take a look back at the results and key takeaways from the prelude to the biggest event in WWE history.

I thought it would be an interesting idea to reflect on the Chamber show and take a look at where things are going, superstars on the rise, superstars on the decline, and try and make sense of the big picture heading into WrestleMania. My key takeaways from Sunday’s event are…

– I am less excited about The Rock vs. John Cena 2 than ever before. I don’t know what it was but it hit me during the WWE championship match that The Rock has peaked for fans like me. I don’t know what it is but he has now wrestled three matches since returning and he has here to read more , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE TLC 2012 Buyrate Released


The WWE Tables, Ladders, and Chairs 2012 buyrate is one of the more eagerly anticipated buyrates in recent memory. How would the event do without a true main-event? Well, that all depends upon your expectations.

The buyrate is in and I’d say it is…well okay. The show did an estimated 170,000 buys. The number is down from the previous year which featured Alberto Del Rio vs. CM Punk vs. The Miz for the WWE title at 179,000 buys. The show is a much larger dip from the 2010 event which featured the John Cena vs. Nexus conclusion.

One piece of this that does interest me is how the replay did. The show had very low expectations going in but turned out to be one of the better shows of the year. Both The Shield vs. Team Hell No and Dolph Ziggler vs. John Cena here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

John Cena Is The WWE Royal Rumble 2013 Winner


The 2013 WWE Royal Rumble results were probably the most predictable of recent years. John Cena eliminated Ryback to win the Royal Rumble and The Rock won the WWE championship from CM Punk. The two will collide once again at this year’s WrestleMania 29.

This year’s Rumble was worlds more exciting than last year’s with a few surprises. The Rumble started off with the first surprise as Chris Jericho entered at #2 to start off with Dolph Ziggler. I read and heard a lot of rumors before the show but this was not one of them. Jericho was a well kept surprise. Jericho and Ziggler picked right up where their feud left off last fall. Cody Rhodes was third which gave the heels a two-on-one advantage.

Santino Marella was the first one eliminated, shortly after he entered at #5. Goldust was another surprise entry. He and his brother Cody went at it here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE 2013 Royal Rumble Predictions & Preview


This Sunday from Phoenix, Arizona is the most anticipated Royal Rumble in the history of the pay-per-view. The road to WrestleMania begins on Sunday night. We will finally have the WWE Championship match between CM Punk and the Rock. The Rumble match will give us some indication as the direction WWE is going towards WrestleMania.

I consider this pay-per-view one of the most enjoyable and difficult to predict. The WWE title match is 50/50, it could go either way. While there are only a few favorites to win the Rumble, it is still difficult to predict.

However, I will do my best and with that here are my predictions for WWE Royal Rumble 2013.

Preshow: U.S. Champion Antonio Cesaro vs. The Miz

This Sunday prior to Royal Rumble, Antonio Cesaro will defend his U.S. title against the Miz.

This match has been building for a while so it should not come as a surprise that here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE Royal Rumble 2013 Predictions and Preview


Wrestling fans, it’s that time of year again. We are about to embark on that march to Wrestlemania 29 which takes place in April at the Metlife Stadium in New Jersey. As there are prep races for horse racing’s’ Kentucky Derby (100 days away), WWE has its PPVs to prepare its fans for the “Granddaddy of them all.” The first PPV they start with, is the Royal Rumble.

The Royal Rumble PPV features several matches as the under card, the two title matches, and a couple of lower level matches. The main event is the 30 Man Royal Rumble. Two men start, and in 90 second intervals, another man joins the battle, till all 30 participants have been entered. Eliminations are done when a competitor is thrown over the top rope, and BOTH FEET hit the floor. The winner of this match goes on to main event Wrestlemania for one of here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

WWE Wrestler of the Week: January 11th -17th, 2013


This week’s WWE Wrestler of the Week is not just one superstar, but two. I am not cheating in any way because this week the winner is a tag team. Although Alberto Del Rio shocked us all when he won the World Heavyweight Championship, he didn’t have a match at all on Raw. On the other hand, our tag team winners were successful in matches on both Raw and SmackDown, in addition to another hilarious backstage segment on Raw. This week’s winners are Kane and Daniel Bryan, also known as Team Hell No.

On the edition of SmackDown that aired on January 11th, Team Hell No faced off against the Prime Time Players. Although the PTPs were the number one contenders for the tag titles not long ago, Team Rhodes Scholars have taken their place. As a result, the PTPs have become another jobbing tag team. This match was not any here to read more , , , , ,

2 years ago

Top 20 WWE Pay Per View Matches of 2012


When you get past the annoying social media trends, infatuation with past stars, and inconsistent booking, WWE produced a number of classic PPV match-ups on the 2012 calendar. Choosing 20 was hard, ranking them was harder. Here is what I came up with for the creme de la creme, the best of the best for the year 2012.

20. World Heavyweight Championship/Elimination Chamber: Daniel Bryan vs. Big Show vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Wade Barrett vs. Santino Marella vs. Great Khali (Elimination Chamber, February 19) You wouldn’t think this one would make the classics list, and early on in the match, it didn’t seem to be a likely addition. What made this match special was the dramatic finishing sequence, in which comedy player Marella eliminated Rhodes and Barrett, and came within believable inches of upending Bryan for the title. Despite the crowd cheering him on, the Milan Miracle succumbed to the LeBell/Yes/No Lock, here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

The Camel Clutch Blog WWE 2012 Year In Review


The World Wrestling Entertainment certainly had an exciting 2012. The WWE saw the dominance of a champion, the breakout of new stars, & several surprises in and out of the ring. Rather than look back myself at the WWE 2012 in review, I am joined by a collection of pro wrestling writers from

WWE Wrestler of the Year

Eric Gargiulo – CM Punk: It is hard to argue with CM Punk in 2012 and this comes from someone who isn’t the biggest fan of Punk. If you are basing this on success in the ring, there was nobody better in the WWE. He went undefeated for the year as WWE champion. In the ring I think it was arguably his most solid year. Punk had tremendous matches with Ziggler, Cena, and Bryan specifically. On top of that he segued from babyface to heel without missing a beat! While 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 TLC 2012 Results – Ziggler Wins, AJ Turns


The WWE capped off its PPV year on Sunday night with TLC 2012. The event will be remembered for two late candidates for Match of the Year and one of the most memorable in-ring WWE debuts in recent memory.

The Shield had their first big match at Tables, Ladders, and Chairs and may have had arguably the best first WWE match that I can remember. Before I am corrected yes I know these guys have worked house shows but I am looking at this as their first real World Wrestling Entertainment match on television as a unit. Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns certainly made an impact.

The Shield won a fantastic Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match over Kane, Daniel Bryan, and Ryback. Ambrose, Reigns, and Rollins are certainly off to the right start. These guys came across like the real deal and should be taken seriously immediately by the fans. here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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