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WWE SmackDown Spoilers: Complete Results and Analysis for March 5

Posted by Erik Beaston On March - 4 - 2015

The WWE Intercontinental Championship remains at the center of an intense rivalry between some of the company's most talented stars, and Thursday night on SmackDown, fans can expect the story involving the celebrated secondary title to dominate the program. On Tuesday night, World Wrestling Entertainment rolled into the nation's capital, Washington, D.C., for this week's SmackDown tapings. The show would be headlined by a huge tag team match pitting current IC champion Bad News Barrett and Luke ...

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The WWE Intercontinental Championship remains at the center of an intense rivalry between some of the company's most talented stars, and Thursday night on SmackDown, fans can expect the story involving the celebrated secondary title to dominate the program. On Tuesday night, World Wrestling Entertainment rolled into the nation's capital, Washington, D.C., for this week's SmackDown tapings. The show would be headlined by a huge tag team match pitting current IC champion Bad News Barrett and Luke Harper against "The Show Off" Dolph Ziggler and the "Lunatic Fringe" Dean Ambrose. Also in the house was Roman Reigns, who addressed Paul Heyman's  from Raw ...
The fuse is ready to hit the dynamite. It's time for Damien Mizdow to explode, to leave the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal with a bounty of momentum. Having Mizdow win the second annual WrestleMania Battle Royal is a smart payoff for a well-timed angle. WWE can have someone such as Ryback win it to help boost his career, but there is no pre-match narrative to build on. With Mizdow, the Battle Royal is a fitting climax, a perfect opportunity. A Mizdow victory would have the power to bring emotion and a lasting image to a match that doesn't have enough history to feel special ...
A theme of arrivals and exits has emerged in the week's batch of WWE rumors, including word on whether Brock Lesnar is on his way out and if Samoa Joe is headed to NXT. Lesnar's contract situation has long been a source of speculation and confusion. Things got messier in the last week, thanks to a reported bit of backstage bickering and him making an appearance at UFC 184. As for The Samoan Submission Machine, one report points to him following his current Ring of Honor run with one at WWE. Elsewhere on the Internet, word is that Rey Mysterio, fresh off officially leaving ...
Brock Lesnar's future is very much in the air.His ongoing contract negotiations with WWE have reportedly turned into drama, as per Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline.com (h/t Cageside Seats). Lesnar's appearance at UFC 184 gives credence to the possibility of him leaving WWE.So should he stay, or should he go?Watch Big Nasty break it down in the video above!Read more Pro Wrestling news on BleacherReport.com
The build for WWE's biggest show of the year, WrestleMania 31, continued as Monday Night Raw emanated from Newark, New Jersey, on March 2. Did Jon Stewart's guest appearance help build the looming Seth Rollins vs. Randy Orton feud?  Was "AxelMania" running wild on Newark?  Did Paul Heyman do enough to help sell the WrestleMania main event? Watch as Bleacher Report Pro Wrestling Analyst Dan Pecoraro buys or sells the biggest storylines coming out of Raw in the video above. Some photos used and modified courtesy of WWE.com.Read more Pro Wrestling news on BleacherReport.com
Not getting a chance to enter the Royal Rumble has turned out to be the elixir for Curtis Axel's WWE ailing career. Who would have thought that getting clubbed from behind would lead to rejuvenation?  Axel stumbling into a new gimmick that has him more over than he ever has been is a testament to the unpredictable nature of wrestling success. After his alliance with Paul Heyman wound down, Axel found himself at the bottom of the tag team division with Ryback. When The Big Guy went out with injury, the spotlight did not often touch Axel's skin. He was lucky to appear ...
Just because it's the biggest show of the year doesn't always mean that WrestleMania is the resounding success it so often has been. With last year's WrestleMania XXX fresh in the memory as having a card that generally delivered, it seems an appropriate time to delve into the archives and examine the cards that didn't. Whether it's due to a huge amount of poor talent or rivalries that weren't built like they should have been, some WrestleMania cards have flopped spectacularly. It's all a matter of opinion, of course, but here are the five WrestleMania cards from the previous 30 that stand out ...
Miami Dolphins fans probably got a bit excited if they were on Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Instagram account Tuesday morning. For those of you who are unaware, the wrestler played college football at the University of Miami and even made it onto the Calgary Stampeders (Canadian Football League) roster back in 1995. On Tuesday, Johnson put out a teaser for his upcoming television series, Ballers. Johnson added the following caption to the post: "I meant to hurt you that day. Nothin’ dirty... just to punish. It’s how I played the game – relentless and punishing.’ ~ #92 Spencer Strasmore #Flashbacks #OfAFutureHallOfFamer" The post has ...
Unless you're in a Franz Kafka novel, metamorphoses don't happen overnight, as we saw with WWE's response to the recent backlash over the mistreatment of the Divas division. The company did address the issue of undervaluing its women on Monday's Raw, but we are a long way from where that division can and should be. Paige and Nikki Bella had more time to work with than the roster's women are used to. One of the night's biggest moments came courtesy of a former Divas champ. WWE needs to realize how successful those elements were and continue to make them part of its programming. A ...
It appears quite clear at this point: The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal will be the hub for lower-card WWE superstars who are happy to get a part of the WrestleMania cut. However, from a fan's perspective, this match does absolutely nothing to attract interest, nor does it have a desirable payoff that elevates the match or the wrestlers in it. As of now, the match has little to no purpose. Whomever wins will most likely not be pushed, and the trophy will be as valuable as last year's. There is no stipulation to add to the intrigue of the match, ...

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