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Archive for June, 2015

Finn Balor is poised to add the NXT Championship to an already-overflowing mantle that already includes the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship and titles he won in Mexico, Great Britain and Scotland. While plenty deserving of this new honor, it makes more sense to send him to WWE's main roster soon. Winning the gold from Kevin Owens puts him in limbo, shoving him into the same storyline corner that Owens stands in right now. Balor is too talented, too proven and too polished to stick around NXT much longer. Should he pin Owens on July 4 in Tokyo, however, that's exactly what he will ...
A swirl of reports on Dolph Ziggler's status with WWE is enough to leave a fan suffering from vertigo.  Whether or not The Showoff has signed a new deal with the company has been at the center of the WWE rumor mill this week. And if thoughts of Ziggler's possible departure weren't enough to bring fans down, the latest word on Daniel Bryan's health is far from uplifting. WWE itself hasn't been generous with information about his injury. That makes rumors and backstage reports the central sources for updates. Other rumors discuss what's ahead for Natalya and reported frustration with one of the company's ...

WWE Battleground 2015: Stars Who Will Break Out at PPV Event

Posted by Aaron Bower On June - 30 - 2015
In the runup to WWE Battleground, there have been a few hints that some stars could find their next big break at the event and make a substantial leap forward. That involves stars who have been away from the limelight somewhat but could be set to make a major statement at the show, as well as young rookies who could make their first big impact on pay-per-view. Regardless of the circumstances or the background of each star, there are plenty on the roster who could break out at Battleground.   Ryback It hasn't been the most impressive start to life as Intercontinental champion for Ryback, ...

Cesaro Proves Himself Main Event Worthy When Given Spotlight

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On June - 30 - 2015
When Cesaro climbs between the ropes under the bright lights and begins to batter his foes with uppercuts, he looks every bit like a main eventer. WWE certainly hasn't treated The Swiss Superman like a marquee act, but he continues to give glimpses of what he could do on center stage. He continues to provide examples of his ability to deliver headliner-level performances. As fans saw again on Monday's Raw, when offered substantial ring time and a high-profile opponent, Cesaro thrives. Just about every one of John Cena's open challenge matches for the United States Championship has been excellent. In Washington, D.C., with ...
WWE is doing everything it can to make WWE Battleground must-see TV, starting with the main event: Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins for the WWE Heavyweight Championship. There’s an argument to be made that this match is being wasted on a B-level event like Battleground. I disagree. It is a perfect forum to renew this feud and could result in new angles that will spill into SummerSlam just a month later. There are two ways this match ends, and each would lead the current champion on very different paths. First, WWE continues to lean on The Authority angle with Rollins, setting up a ...

Roman Reigns vs. Bray Wyatt Feud Wisely Made High Priority

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On June - 30 - 2015
In the final image of Monday's Raw, Bray Wyatt knelt next to an unconscious Roman Reigns, his arms outstretched, his piercing eyes pointed at the ceiling, a sinister laugh echoing. Closing with that shot speaks to the prominence that this feud is getting. It speaks to how highly WWE views both men.  Despite the fact that it's not a fight for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship or one featuring the company's golden boy, John Cena, Wyatt vs. Reigns is getting plenty of attention heading into Battleground 2015. WWE is smart to highlight these two stars this much, as it's a story that ...
The King of the Ring pay-per-view may no longer exist, but during its run, it was home to some outstanding WWE Championship matches. Beginning with Bret Hart vs. Diesel in 1994 and continuing all the way up to the event's demise in 2002, the title matches that have occurred at the annual June event rank as high, if not higher, than the actual tournament bouts themselves. That was certainly the case with this WWE Classic of the Week when Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho and Steve Austin battled it out for the top prize in the sport at the 2001 edition of ...
Although there are two substantial title matches that will likely grab a lot of the spotlight at WWE Battleground, there are some stars who, at the moment, don't have anything planned. Seth Rollins locking horns with Brock Lesnar and John Cena vs. Kevin Owens for the third straight pay-per-view make for two hugely appealing matches, but what of the other top talent who don't have a match booked? There's options all across the card to integrate these stars into either matches of their own or contests involving other top talent. With Dean Ambrose perhaps the most prominent example of an unused star, ...

WWE Raw Results: Biggest Winners, Losers and Moments from June 29

Posted by Erik Beaston On June - 30 - 2015
When done correctly, the United States Championship Open Challenge gives underutilized talent the opportunity to prove their worth against the biggest star in professional wrestling, John Cena. Monday night's biggest winner, Cesaro, did just that and wowed the WWE Universe in the process. Having spent the last six months teaming with Tyson Kidd, The Swiss Superman had not had the opportunity to prove his worth in very many high-profile singles bouts. Given 20 minutes to work with, though, he and Cena delivered a near-classic match, complete with dramatic near-falls and false finishes that kept the Washington, D.C. fans on the edge of ...
The Authority attempted to remain unified and unstoppable Monday night as Raw rolled through our nation's capitol, Washington, D.C. Rollins had a few surprises in mind for J&J Security and Kane, while Bray Wyatt was interested with playing mind games and costing Roman Reigns a high-profile tag team match against the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins. Dolph Ziggler and Rusev's issues intensified with the introduction of a new woman into the mix, that being Summer Rae. A catfight between her and Lana had fans everyone hearing the shrieking voice of Joey Styles in their minds. The Intercontinental and Divas Championships took ...

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