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Archive for October, 2015

Baby Nails Costume of The Rock’s Infamous Photo

Posted by Thomas Duffy On October - 31 - 2015
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is a good sport.On Saturday, several fans dressed up for Halloween by mimicking The Rock’s infamously awkward viral photo. You know the one.There was a dog and a woman, and both nailed it. Johnson gave them their due credit because, as we all know, real recognize real.None were better than the baby, though.His name is Patrick, his Instagram handle is “@patrickthebaby,” and he’s awesome. Note the details here—the watch, the chain, the pose, the under-the-elbow tissue and, most importantly, the swag.When Patrick grows up, he’ll be proud of his rendition of “The People’s Champ.”[Instagram]Read more Pro ...

WWE’s Top Stories, Rumors and Buzz for Week of October 31

Posted by The Doctor Chris Mueller On October - 31 - 2015
Because of the fact WWE produces shows year-round, it seems like every single week we hear tons of news and rumors pertaining to the company. The past seven days have been an especially busy time for wrestling reporters. The Hell in a Cell pay-per-view alone produced quite a few newsworthy moments. Let's examine some of the bigger stories from the past week and a few rumors while we're at it.    Alberto Del Rio Returns to WWE Let's start with the biggest story of the week. After over a year away from the company, wrestling for numerous indy and Mexican promotions, Alberto Del Rio returned to ...

WWE Programming’s Best Matches for Week of October 24

Posted by Brad Jones On October - 31 - 2015
Last week, Bleacher Report readers voted the SmackDown clash between Seth Rollins and Cesaro as the best match of the week. That was an example of top-tier talent elevating a match that would have otherwise been inessential. SmackDown has a reputation for being a Raw recap show, and the only way to shift that stigma is to include action fans won't see anywhere else. If the three hours of Raw is going to be the only time storylines are advanced, great matches would at least produce some reason to tune into SmackDown on a regular basis. Bouts such as Cesaro versus Rollins are ...
WWE has conquered the art of the part-time star. During Thursday's earnings call, WWE announced that the WWE Network live special from Madison Square Garden—built around Brock Lesnar's return to the venue after over a decade—was the network's most watched program to date. Lesnar's appearance was part of October's "Go to Hell" tour featuring the former WWE world heavyweight champion. With a freshly branded touring concept, WWE has found a way to get the most out of its biggest-drawing special attraction without compromising its world-title picture—one that desperately needs younger, full-time talent. With WWE still struggling to create new stars, big-name part-time talent will be part ...
Roman Reigns truly began his path back to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Albert Del Rio experienced a rebirth. Undertaker and Brock Lesnar ended their trilogy with blood sticking to their skin. WWE witnessed the company's narratives at and after Hell in a Cell arrive at a variety of stages. In Reigns' case, he is thriving as WWE pushes him back up the ladder. He delivered inside a cage on Sunday, looked every bit like a headliner on Monday's Raw and showed off more in-ring excellence on Thursday's SmackDown. On the flip side, Ryback keeps flicking a lighter that won't light. Fans buzzed about a ...
WWE's best social media offerings as October came to a close were heavy on heroes and monsters, with a healthy dose of sports thrown in, too. Instagram captured Bray Wyatt at his most unsettling. YouTubers relived a viral John Cena trend. And both the World Series and the opening of the NBA season overlapped with the WWE world. Before baseball began the process of crowning its next champion, WWE focused on brutality inside steel at Hell in a Cell 2015. Brock Lesnar and Undertaker collided until blood stained the canvas. Roman Reigns outlasted Wyatt in their own Hell in a Cell clash, one complete ...
The Halloween edition of SmackDown was the most fun episode of television World Wrestling Entertainment has produced in quite some time. Roman Reigns and Kevin Owens kicked off the show with a quality match, Tyler Breeze again left Dolph Ziggler lying, the WWE Universe finally found out who attacked Natalya a few weeks back and the world was introduced to "Boo" Dallas. More on him in a moment. When it comes to a fun, holiday-themed show like Thursday night's broadcast, there is typically no room for storyline progression or any really noteworthy developments. Not only did WWE Creative prove that notion incorrect, but ...
It's been yet another busy week for WWE as rumors continue to dominate the Internet about what is in store for the big names in the company in the weeks ahead. Talk of a tag team returning and when one notoriously huge star could be back in action dominate the weekly instalment of all things WWE rumors. Let's take a look at what's been floating around and discussed.   News on Alberto Del Rio's WWE Deal The big swerve at Hell in a Cell last weekend was without doubt the shock return of Alberto Del Rio to the company. He left WWE under a real ...
Former WWE and WCW Superstar Bill Goldberg is one of the most polarizing figures in wrestling history, and he is far from done when it comes to making an impact on mainstream media. Goldberg has stepped away from the wrestling ring to pursue other passions, and he has stepped into the world of acting. In 2016, the former world champion will star in the upcoming major motion picture Check Point with a decorated cast and an intriguing plot. In the movie, Goldberg will play a former military combat specialist who is forced to defend the United States from domestic terrorism with a ...

Bray Wyatt and the Best WWE Mic Mastery for Week of October 26

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On October - 30 - 2015
After Bray Wyatt dragged off Undertaker at WWE Hell in a Cell to some unknown abyss, he boastfully showed the audience the bones he had collected. His sinister sermon on Monday's Raw was another strong performance on the mic from a man who has made a habit of them. This was more than just the usual display of unsettling poetry, though. Wyatt pursuing Undertaker once more has clearly energized him, sharpened his focus and allowed him to reach his full potential as a monstrous, dark preacher. A night after carrying an unmoving Undertaker out of the ring and into the darkness, Wyatt sat ...

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