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WWE Raw: Potential Spoilers, Rumors, News and Preview for July 25

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On July - 25 - 2016

A rebirth awaits WWE Raw. The brand split has the flagship show poised to be a different beast than fans are used to seeing. Thanks to last week's WWE draft, half of the roster will be competing exclusively for SmackDown instead. Raw commissioner Stephanie McMahon promised to resurrect the cruiserweight division. General manager Mick Foley will certainly make his impact felt while running the red brand. McMahon and Foley drafted a number of big names, from Brock Lesnar to NXT's ...

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A rebirth awaits WWE Raw. The brand split has the flagship show poised to be a different beast than fans are used to seeing. Thanks to last week's WWE draft, half of the roster will be competing exclusively for SmackDown instead. Raw commissioner Stephanie McMahon promised to resurrect the cruiserweight division. General manager Mick Foley will certainly make his impact felt while running the red brand. McMahon and Foley drafted a number of big names, from Brock Lesnar to NXT's Finn Balor, but thanks to SmackDown star Dean Ambrose retaining at Battleground, Raw ended up without the WWE Championship. Does that mean United States champ Rusev ...

WWE Superstar Rankings Ahead of July 25 Raw

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On July - 25 - 2016ADD COMMENTS
Following an entertaining WWE Battleground pay-per-view bolstered by a white-hot crowd, not to mention a game-changing WWE draft, the WWE rankings have changed a bit. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn stole the show with an excellent match on Sunday, while Roman Reigns lost in his first match back from his suspension. These unique circumstances call for new names to ascend the rankings, as The Shield feud comes to an end with Dean Ambrose moving to SmackDown and Seth Rollins and Reigns staying put on Raw. So, as WWE prepares for its first week in its newest brand-extension era, which WWE Superstars earned the ...
The Superstars of WWE rolled into the nation's capital Sunday night for a Battleground pay-per-view, and many used the event as a launching pad for their upcoming runs on either Raw and SmackDown, earning "winner" or "loser" status for their performances in the process. There were monumental championship clashes in which one man not only erased preconceived notions but also established his new home's brand as the hottest in the sport. Then there was the beloved competitor who emerged from NXT to steal the spotlight and earn one of the most organic pops in recent memory. Another former NXT standout continued to mesmerize ...
WWE delivered one of its finest pay-per-views of 2016 Sunday night with Battleground, the final presentation of the joint-brand era. With Superstars heading their separate ways, going off to achieve greatness on either Raw or SmackDown, everyone was looking to leave an indelible mark on the event. They did just that, with the in-ring product phenomenal and the heat from the audience scorching and sustained. There was so much to love about the work of the Superstars that deciding whose match was better than others' proved difficult. Yet there were little things that separated the fifth-best contest from the No. 1. On the heels ...
The WWE Championship was up for grabs in a hotly anticipated Triple Threat match, Randy Orton made his return to television and Bayley energized the Washington, D.C. crowd as the Superstars of Raw and SmackDown rolled into the Verizon Center for a Battleground pay-per-view that set Twitter abuzz Sunday night. From the hug-loving Superstar's epic arrival to the conclusion of this chapter of The Shield, fans voiced their opinions loud and clear across the social media platform. What did they have to say about the night's biggest matches, moments and Superstars?       IT'S BAYLEY! For weeks, fans feverishly discussed Bayley's potential arrival to Raw ...
In the long-awaited Triple Threat match between former Shield members Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns, Ambrose successfully retained his WWE Championship on Sunday night at Battleground. WWE provided details on how the epic match ended: It was a huge win for the SmackDown brand, and the entire roster came out to congratulate Ambrose on the mega win, per WWE Universe: Raw GM Mick Foley took his thoughts to Twitter after his two draft picks, Rollins and Reigns, fell to SmackDown's Ambrose: WrestleZone.com questioned the decision for Ambrose to register the win: Bleacher Report had the perfect GIF for fans of the blue brand: One of the ...
If all WWE pay-per-views were as good as WWE Battleground 2016, there might not have never been a need for a brand split. With the Raw and SmackDown brands split after Battleground, WWE has officially moved into the New Era. But before that, WWE put on one of its best shows of 2016 on Sunday evening, even if the show was little more than a bridge between the pre- and post-WWE draft company. Every match came to a great conclusion, from Bayley and Sasha Banks hugging it out following their tag team victory, to Darren Young following in his mentor's footsteps with a ...
A new war has begun in WWE, as Battleground 2016 kicked off the second brand-extension era following the SmackDown draft results earlier this week. For many fans, the entire concept of having another roster split is a questionable choice, meaning Battleground was the first attempt to prove the company wasn't heading in the wrong direction. Working against its cause was the event's structure, as it needed to be booked in advance, forcing it to largely ignore the draft as it had not yet happened. Of course, several matches had the potential for major ramifications for Raw and SmackDown going forward, such as the ...
After nine months on the shelf because of a shoulder injury, Randy Orton returned to WWE programming Sunday as the special guest for Chris Jericho's Highlight Reel at Battleground 2016. Orton appeared on the show to hype his upcoming match at SummerSlam on Aug. 21 against Brock Lesnar, which WWE announced during a recent episode of SmackDown. WWE Universe shared some of his comments from the interview: After a lengthy segment that featured Orton taking a jab at Lesnar's recent failed drug tests with the UFC, The Viper delivered his signature move to Jericho, an RKO.  Bleacher Report imagined what Lesnar's response might ...
After an entertaining six-man tag team match, one of WWE's budding feuds could be over before it even started. The New Day and The Wyatt Family continue to tell a brilliant story as their rivalry heats up, but after the WWE Draft sent each group to separate shows, was WWE Battleground a premature sendoff? WWE continued to play up Bray Wyatt's intimidation, and potential brainwashing, of Xavier Woods. Using simple facial expressions, a subtle narrative reverberated throughout the Verizon Center. By the time Woods finally snapped out of his trance, in a climactic comeback, the entire arena came unglued. The New Day eventually ...

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