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Is John Cena vs. Randy Orton Suddenly Interesting Following Raw?

Posted by Team Stream Now On October - 21 - 2014

John Cena and Randy Orton have had countless encounters, even a previous Hell in a Cell match. Many fans are numb to the idea of another feud between the two future Hall of Famers, but with Orton in the midst of a babyface turn and the match now being contested for a future WWE World Heavyweight Championship shot, does that make it interesting?Check out Big Nasty’s latest video on the Team Stream channel!Read more Pro Wrestling ...

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Is John Cena vs. Randy Orton Suddenly Interesting Following Raw?

Posted by Team Stream Now On October - 21 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
John Cena and Randy Orton have had countless encounters, even a previous Hell in a Cell match. Many fans are numb to the idea of another feud between the two future Hall of Famers, but with Orton in the midst of a babyface turn and the match now being contested for a future WWE World Heavyweight Championship shot, does that make it interesting?Check out Big Nasty’s latest video on the Team Stream channel!Read more Pro Wrestling news on BleacherReport.com
WWE's tag team division is floundering, held back by a lack of quality teams. No one will confuse today with the golden ages of tag team wrestling. With just a few tweaks, though, the current division can go from forgettable to thriving.  The company can solve its tag issues by both bringing in new talent and improving how it uses the current squads on the roster. As of now, the list of teams is too short—and too short on greatness: Los Matadores The Usos  Goldust and Stardust Slater Gator The Wyatt Family It's no surprise that WWE has gone with The Usos vs. Goldust and Stardust over and over ...
Domestic abuse issues have recently caused the NFL and other professional sports leagues to clarify their policies. WWE became the latest to do so this week. In an interview with Marcus Vanderberg of Yahoo Sports, WWE chief brand officer Stephanie McMahon revealed the company's policy against domestic violence. "We have a zero tolerance policy for domestic abuse," McMahon said. "Upon arrest for such misconduct, our Superstars are immediately suspended, and should there be a conviction, that Superstar or Diva would be terminated." The official policy on WWE's corporate website echoes McMahon's statement, but it also reveals that the company won't necessarily be hamstrung ...

Examining the Effects of a Potential John Cena Loss to Randy Orton

Posted by Sharon Glencross On October - 21 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
Let’s be frank: John Cena’s clash with Randy Orton at this Sunday’s Hell in a Cell is hardly anything to be excited for. These two have faced each other in too many pay-per-view matches to count. It’s a dull, uninspiring bout that feels like something a desperate booking team with no new ideas would churn out. The prospect of Cena-Orton going on last at the event, instead of the far more compelling Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose match, is also a rather depressing prospect. Way to push the new stars, WWE. Honestly, only Triple H’s announcement on Raw that the winner would ...
The Dudley Boyz and Kurt Angle are the subjects of rumors regarding their possible returns to WWE. The latest rumblings point to the possibility of Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley putting WWE stars through tables again. Recent word suggests that Angle may not be finishing out his career where he first debuted. Other WWE rumors concern AJ Lee's exclusion from a reality show, Hell in a Cell's true main event and RybAxel's return to television. We start with an update on whether Angle is headed for WWE.   Kurt Angle Staying with TNA? Rusev may not have to worry about an American Olympian making his way ...

WWE in Danger of Making Dean Ambrose’s Character Too Silly

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On October - 21 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
WWE has to avoid pushing red-hot star Dean Ambrose into Bugs Bunny territory. The company has to maintain his current balance of crazy and cartoonish, not lean more toward the latter. The last thing WWE wants is to turn one of its most compelling babyfaces into a joke. During Ambrose's recent time in the spotlight, he's been presented as both a dangerous, unstable anti-hero and a goofball. It's the moments in which WWE has The Lunatic Fringe dip into the world of visual gags that should have his fans nervous going forward. On Monday's Raw, Ambrose entertained the fans in Kansas City, Missouri, by abusing a ...
At WWE’s Hell in a Cell event on Sunday, Seth Rollins will face off against Dean Ambrose in what will probably be the culmination of their long-running feud—and expect Mr. Money in the Bank to also take a major step forward in his WWE career. The Ambrose feud has single-handedly cemented Rollins as one of the company’s top heels. Throughout his clash with his former teammate, the Superstar has demonstrated all the presence, mic skills and in-ring ability you would expect from a main eventer. And at Hell in a Cell, look for the former Ring of Honor wrestler to deliver another ...
The Attitude Era featured the rise to prominence of several bright young stars in World Wrestling Entertainment. Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H, Kane and Big Show were Superstars who benefited from opportunity and increased spotlight, becoming some of the biggest stars in all of professional wrestling in the process. There is one star who does not get the credit she deserves for her impact, as well as the fact that she forever changed the perception of what a woman was capable of in the industry. The years following her departure from WWE in 2001 have not been kind to her. No ...
Signs point to Randy Orton and Brock Lesnar soon clashing over the WWE World Heavyweight Championship—a pair of predators clawing at the same prize. At one point, it looked like John Cena would get his third shot at Lesnar this year, but Monday's Raw hinted at a new narrative set to emerge. An attack on Paul Heyman, a change to a Hell in a Cell match and Seth Rollins' latest betrayal signal that it will instead be Orton who challenges The Beast Incarnate. Until Monday's Raw, Cena vs. Orton at Hell in a Cell felt mundane. These men have battled each other in an on-again, off-again feud that has ...
TNA’s biggest pay-per-view of the year, Bound for Glory, was a success, but the company is moving forward with several new marquee storylines that will lead Impact Wrestling into 2015 with a serious head of steam. With a TNA World Heavyweight Championship feud between Lashley and Bobby Roode kicking into high gear this week, the beginning of the TNA Tag Team Championships No. 1 contender's tournament and more, Impact Wrestling and the entire TNA brand is moving in the right direction. This week’s Impact Wrestling is must-watch television. Here is all the vital viewing information for Wednesday’s episode and a full preview of ...

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