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Pros and Cons of Dean Ambrose Defeating AJ Styles at WWE Backlash 2016

Posted by Tom Clark On August - 28 - 2016

Dean Ambrose vs. AJ Styles at Backlash on Sept. 11 may not have been a dream match for many WWE fans, but it has massive entertainment potential nonetheless.  On one side, there's The Lunatic Fringe. He's the top guy right now, thanks to both his work in the ring and the championship gold around his waist. He's not the man who some believed would have the belt right now, but he's doing everything he can to bring it ...

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Dean Ambrose vs. AJ Styles at Backlash on Sept. 11 may not have been a dream match for many WWE fans, but it has massive entertainment potential nonetheless.  On one side, there's The Lunatic Fringe. He's the top guy right now, thanks to both his work in the ring and the championship gold around his waist. He's not the man who some believed would have the belt right now, but he's doing everything he can to bring it every time he steps through the ropes. Ambrose is earning his stripes as a main event player. On the other side is The Phenomenal One. He's one ...
Both Raw and SmackDown were in "reset" mode after an eventful SummerSlam pay-per-view—for very different reasons. The red brand was forced into creative upheaval as new WWE universal champion Finn Balor suffered a severe shoulder injury that forced him to relinquish the gold just 24 hours after making history by becoming the first Superstar to hold it. The blue brand, on the other hand, moved on from Dolph Ziggler as the lead challenger to Dean Ambrose's WWE Championship, established AJ Styles as the No. 1 contender and introduced two new championships for its women and tag team competitors to do battle over. Raw ...
The Miz has had the entire wrestling world buzzing with the controversial promo he cut on WWE's Talking Smack program this past Tuesday. Thus, there is little doubt that WWE must capitalize on this momentum going forward with the intercontinental champion. Since his arrival in WWE, Miz has always been a talented talker, and he is exceptional at working a wrestling crowd. His mic work seemed to peak, though, in 2011 with his WWE Championship run, and beyond that point, he was largely wasted as just another guy on the roster. Only recently has he returned to form as The Hollywood A-Lister ...

The Miz’s Rant, Bayley’s Debut and Top WWE News from Week of August 27

Posted by The Doctor Chris Mueller On August - 27 - 2016ADD COMMENTS
Starting with NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn II and ending with Wednesday's episode of the Cruiserweight Classic, the last week has featured over 16 hours of wrestling. We saw titles change hands, new championships introduced, a big debut, two veterans leave the company and a few incredible matches. Let's take a look at some of the bigger stories from the past seven days.          SmackDown Introduces New Titles For the past few weeks, we have heard Daniel Bryan talk about introducing women's and tag team titles during his interviews with Renee Young on Talking Smack, and we finally got to see the new belts this ...

WWE SummerSlam 2016: Lessons Learned from the Event

Posted by Graham GSM Matthews On August - 26 - 2016ADD COMMENTS
Very rarely does SummerSlam disappoint in being the biggest party of the summer for WWE, and this year was no different. Granted, the show had a handful of a underwhelming moments, but it was an enjoyable evening overall. From the crowning of the first ever Universal Champion to AJ Styles' unprecedented victory over John Cena, there is no denying that it was a milestone show for WWE, which they will look to build off of in the months to come with Clash of Champions and Backlash. But as far as SummerSlam went, there was plenty of controversy coming out of the event, ...
Five days after the summertime spectacular rocked the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, fans have had enough time to let the events of SummerSlam 2016 gestate. Some have even relived the four-hour marathon of a show more than once, their dedication to mediocre extravaganzas that looked far better on paper than the finished product uncanny. Regardless if one was thrilled by the annual showcase of sports-entertainment pomp and circumstance, there is no denying that the show provided fans with a handful of lasting memories historians will readily associate with the broadcast. There were championship victories, controversial finishes and a Match of the Year ...
Heath Slater is the unlikeliest of stars, a lovable loser who has turned his desperation for a job into one of WWE's most compelling stories. A man who maximizes every minute he has onscreen, The One-Man Rock Band is essentially an enhancement talent who managed to outgrow his position. Not as athletic or powerful as the best of his peers, Slater instead leans on an underdog's charm. When WWE split its roster into two distinct brands last month, neither Raw nor SmackDown selected Slater. The West Virginia native went undrafted. Ever since, Slater had pleaded and fought to get a contract with one of the ...
Finn Balor was on the eve of superstardom in WWE. The company's brand new Universal Championship was on the line, and Balor was facing Seth Rollins, the man many consider to be the top hand on the roster. The stage was set for something great to happen, and that stage was SummerSlam. But then Balor went down with an injury, and now his opportunity is over. It's not over forever, of course; with any luck Finn will come back better than ever. The only question: What will WWE do to help Finn get back to championship form when he returns? The timing for ...
The idea of Daniel Bryan stepping back into a WWE ring is a fantasy. There is too much at risk for it to be anything other than that. Fans will continue to speculate about the former WWE world champion having one more match, and rumors will long circulate about a possible return. But Bryan's head injuries make all of that hollow buzz.  A confrontation with The Miz resurrected that conversation, creating visions of Bryan slipping his wrestling boots back on once more. Bryan and the intercontinental champion both appeared on the WWE Network show Talking Smack after SmackDown on Aug. 23. After Bryan criticized The Miz for wrestling ...
Braun Strowman has quickly become one of the most anticipated aspects of Raw in the New Era. His one-sided matches are a weekly treat on WWE's flagship show, and that's due in part to the physical dominance of this mammoth super heavyweight, but it's also a result of the increasingly absurd cameo performances by his hopeless opponents. Prior to meeting their doom, Strowman's opponents, all of whom seem better equipped for the upcoming cruiserweight division, are interviewed by Byron Saxton. Like an execution, they are presented with a chance to say their final words. But what begun as a throwaway conversation ...

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