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Finn Balor’s Championship Win over Kevin Owens Is Good for NXT

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On July - 4 - 2015

Kevin Owens has been the most interesting and notorious NXT champion in history. No other NXT champion has appeared so frequently across all WWE programming with the title, let alone feud with WWE’s top star. The juxtaposition between Owens trolling top NXT stars while wrestling instant classics against John Cena was jarring. Eventually, he became bigger than the developmental brand. As I mentioned on the PodNasty Wrestling Podcast, Owens’ transition to the main roster is complete. At ...

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Kevin Owens has been the most interesting and notorious NXT champion in history. No other NXT champion has appeared so frequently across all WWE programming with the title, let alone feud with WWE’s top star. The juxtaposition between Owens trolling top NXT stars while wrestling instant classics against John Cena was jarring. Eventually, he became bigger than the developmental brand. As I mentioned on the PodNasty Wrestling Podcast, Owens’ transition to the main roster is complete. At this point, his NXT duties are just an added bonus. So it was only fitting that losing the NXT Championship came during an unprecedented special ...

WWE Programming’s Best Match for Week of June 27

Posted by Brad Jones On July - 4 - 2015ADD COMMENTS
After a middling couple of weeks, the past seven days have seen WWE firing on all cylinders. Between Raw, SmackDown and NXT, there's been plenty of in-ring action that's well worth your time. The secret is a quality roster, but the continuing shift towards match quality as the focus of weekly television certainly assists it. The best athletes on the roster are elevating those around them, and it's having a far-reaching effect on the overall quality of WWE's output.   Honourable Mentions Tag team main events are an overused trope in WWE, but this week played host to two excellent examples of this kind of ...
WWE has ushered in several successful second- and third-generation Superstars over the years. In some cases, those Superstars have had even more success than their fathers and grandfathers. The Rock and Randy Orton are two prime examples of this, as both have won multiple titles and become two of the biggest names in WWE history. In recent years, WWE Diva Natalya and Superstars like Curtis Axel, Cody Rhodes and The Usos have all won titles with the company. Each of them followed in the footsteps of his or her fathers in doing so. But success hasn't come for everyone who had a famous ...

WWE Superstar of the Week for July 4

Posted by The Doctor Chris Mueller On July - 4 - 2015ADD COMMENTS
We are at the halfway point between Money in the Bank and Battleground, and things are starting to become a little boring in the land of WWE. We have seen the same matches over and over, but among all the monotony, a few Superstars have shined. Before we discuss the Superstar of the Week, let's take a look at a few people who performed well over the past seven days.   Honorable Mention: Chris Jericho and Neville The Beast in the East special from Japan delivered some incredible moments, and one of the matches that definitely stood out was Chris Jericho vs. Neville. Jericho is somehow ...
It may have been July 4 in the United States, but in Tokyo, Japan, it was a day of reckoning for NXT champion Kevin Owens. After months spent dominating NXT as the biggest and baddest bully on the block, injuring Sami Zayn, Neville and Alex Riley with devastating powerbombs to the ring apron, he was forced to enter hostile territory on Saturday, as he defended his title against Finn Balor, the Ireland-born Superstar who cut his teeth in the Orient. A classic match between the two unfolded in front of the passionate Japanese fans, and when the referee's hand slapped the mat ...
WWE aired its first live special from Japan, Beast in the East, early on Saturday morning, and one match you definitely need to check out from the event is Kevin Owens versus Finn Balor for the NXT Championship. This was something of a homecoming for Balor, as he wrestled for New Japan Pro Wrestling for a number of years, serving as a member of the Bullet Club Faction under his original character, Prince Devitt. Owens is no stranger to the Land of the Rising Sun, but it was Balor's stomping ground for eight years. He is one of the most successful Europeans to ever wrestle ...
Ring Rust Radio is the best wrestling show on the airwaves, and this week was no different. With strong opinions on Cesaro, Dean Ambrose and more, this is where you need to go to get all of your weekly WWE nuggets. Bleacher Report featured columnists Mike Chiari, Donald Wood and Brandon Galvin give the lowdown on everything going on in the wrestling world. Lucha Underground announcer Vampiro also joined the show to offer his inside perspective on the business. With another unpredictable episode of Ring Rust Radio in the books, you can't afford to miss another second of the action. Catch us live every Tuesday at 9 p.m. ...
As well as WWE booked Bray Wyatt and as electric as John Cena vs. Cesaro was, a cloud still hung over the ring as June came to a close. That's because Raw's ratings suffered a dramatic hit. Viewership for WWE's premier show is up-and-down over the course of any given year, but there's been a lot of the down part as of late. On Monday night, far fewer fans tuned in. They missed Cena and Cesaro knock one out of the park. They missed Wyatt looking like the monster he was born to play. On the flip side, though, they did escape ...
The 2015 edition of WWE’s Battleground pay-per-view will feature several marquee matches that are sure to help wrestling fans enjoy the final special event before the SummerSlam spectacular. From the main event match between Seth Rollins and Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship to the heated rivalry between Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt, the July PPV should exceed all expectations from the WWE Universe. Here are some early predictions for the biggest matches on the 2015 WWE Battleground card.   Sheamus Walks Out as World Champion Brock Lesnar is the biggest star in the wrestling industry, and his world title match at Battleground ...
WWE fans must have thought it was 1999 all over again, such was the buzz The Rock and Steve Austin created on social media. A surprise appearance from The Great One resulted in a memorable tweet, Instagram clip and YouTube video. Austin's name circulated around the Internet as well, but he didn't have to actually do anything to get that momentum started. Folks' impressions of him and one fan's tribute in a video game competition had memories of Stone Cold popping up. Zack Ryder and Seth Rollins starred in some of the other notable WWE-related social media of the week.  We begin with ...

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