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Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt: Feud Will Steal the Show at Survivor Series

Posted by Sharon Glencross On November - 22 - 2014

While the Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt program may have been a missed opportunity so far, expect those two to steal the show on Sunday night when they finally do square off. Considering the mediocre booking treatment both men have been subjected to over the past few months, it would be easy for fans to overlook their talent and forget how great they truly are. Both guys are tremendous wrestlers with a superb grasp of ‘80s in-ring ...

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While the Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt program may have been a missed opportunity so far, expect those two to steal the show on Sunday night when they finally do square off. Considering the mediocre booking treatment both men have been subjected to over the past few months, it would be easy for fans to overlook their talent and forget how great they truly are. Both guys are tremendous wrestlers with a superb grasp of ‘80s in-ring psychology—legendary star Jake “The Snake” Roberts appears to have been a significant influence on them. Wyatt’s gripping battle against John Cena at the Payback event in ...

WWE Programming’s Best Match for Week of November 22

Posted by Brad Jones On November - 22 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
Considering that this week was the last before Survivor Series, it's disappointing more wasn't done in the ring to hype the event. There hasn't been all that much action to get excited about, with only a handful of bouts standing out. However, those select few are well worth a watch.   Honourable Mentions There was an eight-man tag match on Raw that did almost everything it could have done, considering its stipulation. However, given the competitors who were involved, it should have been better than it was. Superstars might have been the best televised effort that WWE put out this week, with both of its ...
John Cena and his band of babyfaces have a chance to end a long reign of corporate tyranny at WWE Survivor Series 2014.  Team Authority vs. Team Cena has a "rebels rising up against the empire" feel to it. It features men who live on the marquee like Cena and newcomers to the spotlight like Rusev. Add that up, and it has the potential to be one of the biggest Survivor Series matches in a long while. Will fans foreseeing the ending ruin it, though? Triple H's announcement on SmackDown, that the members of Team Cena (minus Cena himself) will be fired if ...
For Dolph Ziggler, Big Show, Ryback and Erick Rowan, Friday night's SmackDown was one that tested their will, shook their confidence and made them question the decision to stand alongside John Cena at Survivor Series this Sunday. COO Triple H announced early in the show that a loss by Team Cena would lead to the termination of the contracts of everyone but the captain. Ever defiant, Ziggler denounced the notion of fear, stating "there is nothing to fear when there is nothing left to lose." He and his partners were united entering the night's main event but wound up beaten, brutalized and pummeled ...
Much of the novelty in the traditional Survivor Series match, like anything else in professional wrestling, is to scrutinize its every aspect.To meta fans, every elimination means something, even if it really doesn't. The first star to be eliminated is subject to claims of being buried. The star with the most eliminations, a la Roman Reigns, may or may not be getting the proverbial rocket. The same can be said about the sole survivor. This Sunday, in what is once again being hailed as the biggest Survivor Series match in WWE history, fans will be paying especially close attention to how ...
Ring Rust Radio is the best wrestling show on the airwaves, and this week was no different. With strong opinions on Survivor Series, John Cena 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. 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. ET (some language NSFW) or follow us on Twitter @RingRustRadio. We may just read your questions and comments ...
Every week on Bleacher Report, I take an in-depth look at WWE SmackDown to recap the action, offer analysis and grade the matches, segments and anything else that takes place on the show. I also provide some predictions on the direction of storylines. With just two days to go until Survivor Series, SmackDown was devoted to tying up any loose ends and reminding us of the matches that are scheduled to take place on Sunday. Every member of Team Cena and Team Authority was in action save for John Cena and Luke Harper, but Harper definitely had an impact on how the show ...
Sports and sports entertainment collided in this week's WWE social media hit list. Hulk Hogan found out which Cleveland Cavaliers were Hulkamaniacs, Dean Ambrose visited an NFL locker room and CM Punk compared himself to Barry Sanders. The top WWE-related tweets, videos and Instagram photos also saw a former world champ put a hurting on a cameraman. Rey Mysterio, Randy Orton's signature pose and the newest member of R-Truth's family make appearances as well. Before we dive into the merging of WWE personalities with those from the NBA and NFL, we take a look at a reimagining of a Jean-Claude Van Damme movie, ...
Ahead of Survivor Series, WWE gave us the last gasps of a champion and an overly friendly bunny. This was a week that reminded us that WWE does drama and action well, but it's not an expert in the field of comedy. Dolph Ziggler's title defenses, another stellar WWE Network special and the anticipation over a new gladiator's arrival were all big hits. It was when the company leaned on silliness that it flopped. The Bunny's direction is embarrassing. The run of bad guest stars on Raw continued. Survivor Series may soon help us to forget about those gaffes. A shakeup with its main ...
Heading into WWE’s Survivor Series event, there are several interesting—and one or two not-so-interesting—matches on the card. And, as we gear up for WrestleMania season, much of the company’s long-running angles and storylines hinge on some of the results this Sunday. While it may not do amazing business or seem like must-see television, the card is actually a far bigger deal than it sounds on paper. It will determine much of what is to come in the future. So, in order of both the short- and long-term impact the results will have, let’s predict the outcome of the bouts on card.Begin Slideshow

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