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Archive for December, 2016

WWE Royal Rumble 2017: Titles Most Likely to Change Hands at Major Event

Posted by Aaron Bower On December - 28 - 2016
With new champions crowned on the final episode of WWE SmackDown this year, it opens the possibility for more changes in the next few months—which will likely begin at next month's Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Some of the company's biggest titles will be defended at one of the most important shows of the year, and as WrestleMania season approaches, some changes are likely to take place. Will John Cena cap a return to WWE by taking the WWE Championship away from AJ Styles? Can Kevin Owens hang on to the WWE Universal Championship when he takes on Roman Reigns? And what about the company's ...
The final WWE SmackDown Live of 2016 was a fantastic show featuring a pay-per-view-quality headliner for the WWE Championship and the announcement of a huge Royal Rumble main event. There were numerous winners and a loser or two, but above all, there were moments that will help shape the immediate future of the blue brand. Which of your favorite Superstars ended up on which side of the argument? Who had career nights, and who stumbled as 2017 approaches?                     Biggest Winner: Baron Corbin AJ Styles and Dolph Ziggler are among the best wrestlers in WWE, so ...
In a non-title match Tuesday night on 205 Live, Neville defeated cruiserweight champion Rich Swann after the British Superstar laid down a challenge on Raw.  WWE provided the result:  Aaron Oster of the Baltimore Sun praised Neville's work as a heel: After being absent from WWE programming for several weeks, Neville returned at Roadblock: End of the Line following Swann's successful title defense over T.J. Perkins and Brian Kendrick in a Triple Threat match. While Swann appeared to think the Man That Gravity Forgot was about to congratulate him, Neville instead shocked the WWE Universe by attacking him and turning heel in the process. That ...
WWE SmackDown finished off its steamrolling of Raw in 2016 with a tremendous episode. High stakes and high-octane matchups powered the show. AJ Styles defending the WWE Championship against Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler, SmackDown women's champ Alexa Bliss clashing with Becky Lynch and The Wyatt Family's attempt to outlast three teams to remain titleholders made Tuesday's SmackDown feel like a mini pay-per-view.  Dubbed the "Wild Card Finals," the final SmackDown of 2016 welcomed back John Cena and effectively marched toward the Jan. 29 Royal Rumble PPV. SmackDown has spent the second half of the year beating out Raw in terms of storytelling and in-ring ...
AJ Styles overcame two top challengers Tuesday night on SmackDown Live, as he successfully defended the WWE Championship in a Triple Threat match against Dolph Ziggler and Baron Corbin.  Ziggler was down after Corbin hit End of Days. Before Corbin could capitalize, though, he caught a Phenomenal Forearm from Styles that knocked him out of the ring. Styles pinned the prone Ziggler to retain his belt. WWE showed Styles holding his WWE world title: WhatCultureWrestling is happy Styles will remain the champion heading in to next year: Looking at the bigger picture, Upgruv's Justin LaBar thought Corbin benefited from getting such a high-profile match ...
With an assist from La Luchadora, Alexa Bliss defeated Becky Lynch Tuesday on SmackDown Live to successfully retain the SmackDown Women's Championship.  WWE provided an image of Bliss hoisting her belt: The mystery woman La Luchadora sprinted to the ring to help Bliss, via WWE:  One of the highlights of the match was when Lynch grabbed the arm of Bliss and jerked it violently across the backside of her body, via WWE: After the match, Bliss would post an Instagram of herself holding the SmackDown Women's Championship belt: Bliss surprised many by beating Lynch in a tables match at TLC to capture the women's title for ...
American Alpha defeated the Wyatt Family, Usos and Heath Slater and Rhyno in a Four Corners Elimination match Tuesday night on SmackDown Live to become the new SmackDown tag team champions.  WWE shared a photo of Chad Gable and Jason Jordan hoisting their belts: Triple H congratulated the duo on Twitter: After the match, WWE alluded to the possibility that there may be some trouble brewing within the Wyatt Family:  Vaughn Johnson of Philly.com provided his thoughts on WWE's decision to take the belts away from the Wyatts: The Wyatts were faced with a stiff challenge Tuesday in the form of having to defend the titles against ...
John Cena returned to WWE programming Tuesday night on SmackDown Live, as he riled up the Chicago crowd with a spirited promo to kick off the show. He issued a challenge to the winner of the Triple Threat match for the WWE Championship between AJ Styles, Dolph Ziggler and Baron Corbin. Once Styles retained his title, Cena officially challenged the champ, via WWE:  Covering a variety of topics in his promo, Cena overcame "Cena sucks" chants to pull off a promo that featured a ton of energy as he told the crowd his thoughts on the new era, via WWE Universe:   Ringside Xcess believed this is a preview ...

WWE SmackDown: Live Results, Reaction and Analysis for December 27

Posted by The Doctor Chris Mueller On December - 27 - 2016
Welcome to Bleacher Report's live coverage of the Dec. 27 episode of WWE SmackDown. The final SmackDown of 2016 will feature the highly publicized return of John Cena. WWE has been hyping this for weeks, so there had better be something special planned for his homecoming. We will also see three titles defended Tuesday night. Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler will challenge AJ Styles for the WWE Championship, Becky Lynch will get her rematch against Alexa Bliss for the women's title and The Wyatt Family will defend the Tag Team Championships in a Fatal 4-Way Elimination match. Zack Ryder's knee injury came at the worst possible time for The ...

WWE Raw: Burning Questions to Address After Dec. 26 Show

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On December - 27 - 2016
As WWE Raw put a lid on 2016, a number of lingering questions remain about the red brand's rivalries. The early stages of Bayley vs. Charlotte Flair look a lot like Flair vs. Sasha Banks. Will WWE avoid running that story into the ground with overexposure? And what about Sami Zayn vs. Braun Strowman? Does destruction await Zayn next Monday, or are we in for an upset for the ages? The final Raw of the year kept fans guessing about what's ahead. What squad will chase after Cesaro and Sheamus? What can we expect from Emmalina's impending arrival?  These are the biggest unknowns to come out ...

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