The WWE Bash will be headlined by six title matches. For the first time in months, we will get to see some fresh matchups. Two of the three headlining matches will be first-time matches on pay-per-view. That in itself is a breath of fresh air for fans that have struggled with the same routine of consistent matches since WWE WrestleMania.
Triple H vs. Randy Orton for the WWE championship in a Three Stages of Hell Match.
Considering all of the matches that these two have wrestled against each other, this one is a first. This will be a nice shine on a feud that has become extremely rusty over the last few weeks. Long layoffs and hot angles haven’t been enough to save what has turned into the most disappointing feud in ages for WWE fans.
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This weekend marks the official end of a pro wrestling tradition. The WWE will no longer promote the Great American Bash as an event. The show has been officially renamed the WWE Bash. Mark this as yet another once great wrestling tradition put into extinction by the WWE.
It is almost 24 years ago that Dusty Rhodes created the Great American Bash for the NWA and Jim Crockeet Promotions. Vince McMahon wasn’t the only one to take big risks on big shows. Jim Crockett Promotions and Dusty Rhodes may have bit off more than they could chew with the first Great American Bash on July 6, 1985.
In 1984 Dusty Rhodes made one of the biggest jumps in pro wrestling history. Rhodes jumped as booker of Eddie Graham’s Florida Championship Wrestling into the same seat within Jim Crockett’s Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling. Would a new audience and ..click here to read more
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