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AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens: Comparing WWE SmackDown, Raw’s Booking of Top Heels

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On January - 20 - 2017

AJ Styles has had a distinct edge over Kevin Owens as the two villains have reigned over WWE SmackDown and Raw, respectively: superior booking. The amount of electricity surrounding their upcoming title bouts speak to that. Styles is poised to face John Cena for the WWE Championship at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view on Jan. 29. Owens will defend the Universal Championship against Roman Reigns the same night. SmackDown's championship bout is more appealing, a collision of titans belonging to the blue ...

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Just over a week before an epic encounter at TakeOver: San Antonio on Jan. 28, NXT champion Shinsuke Nakamura and Bobby Roode signed the contract for their main event on the WWE Network. That in-ring segment capped off a methodically structured Jan. 18 episode of NXT—one in which significant stories played out, and the card to the upcoming live special began taking shape. Roderick Strong returned to action, and Tye Dillinger questioned if he still belongs in an NXT ring. Then there was The Revival, who aimed to remind fans it is the best tag team in the world, regardless of who carries ...
Cliffhangers comprised much of Tuesday's WWE SmackDown.  A yank of a mask revealed a returning Mickie James to be La Luchadora. The fuse on the Nikki Bella vs. Natalya feud almost burned completely down. Randy Orton and Luke Harper looked ready to tear each other apart. Throw in an announcement for the upcoming Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, and Tuesday's show left the audience hungry to see what's ahead. What's James' motivation for pairing with Bliss? What will the apex of Bella vs. Natalya be?  And will it befit their surging animosity? Will Orton and Harper shred The Wyatt Family to bits when they clash next week? These ...
WWE SmackDown's women's division changed in an instant when Mickie James stepped into the steel cage on Tuesday night. The former women's champion made her return to WWE's main roster under a mask, posing as La Luchadora. She aided Alexa Bliss, preventing Becky Lynch from escaping the cage. The collusion kept the SmackDown Women's Championship in Bliss' grasp. Lynch yanked off the mystery woman's mask to reveal what many fans expected: She was back. The blue brand grew stronger in that moment. Lynch now has a top-tier rival in her path. And WWE has a healthy supply of intriguing options for booking the SmackDown women's division moving ...
1. Fact Bleeding into Fiction Dolph Ziggler coldly reminded Jerry Lawler on Tuesday's WWE SmackDown that he had dropped elbow after elbow on his chest before The King suffered a heart attack in 2012. Speaking more menacingly than normal, Ziggler followed up with an unsettling threat: "If you don't stop with these questions, I will finish what I started four years ago." The Showoff's visit to the past, one where Lawler nearly died, elicited a variety of reactions. For some, the segment simply allowed a heel to show off his villainy. Others were stunned by the direction WWE took. Vaughn Johnson of Philly.com seemed to be ...
The Jan. 17 episode of WWE SmackDown Live was the penultimate on the road to Royal Rumble 2017 and featured the first Steel Cage match between two women in show history. Becky Lynch and Alexa Bliss battled for the SmackDown Women's Championship, and while they more than performed up to expectations, it was a returning star who stole headlines and joined them as winners from the broadcast. Then there was the charismatic Superstar—formerly a babyface but now a frustrated heel—who captured headlines for a controversial promo. Was he a winner or a loser? Did he benefit from the angle, or was it ...
One of the most anticipated events on the WWE calendar is just a matter of weeks away, and right now, it's anyone's guess as to who could win the 2017 Royal Rumble match on Jan. 29. And that's a refreshing change. In recent years, it's been fairly easy to predict who will win the pay-per-view's marquee match. With victories from the likes of Batista and Triple H in recent years, it's left WWE fans feeling a shade flat. Could that change this year? The match features an array of talent, ranging from the company's part-time stars such as Goldberg and The Undertaker to ...
At WWE Royal Rumble 2017 on Jan. 29, John Cena will contend for the WWE Championship against AJ Styles, and although he is considered to be the favorite to walk out with the title in tow, WWE would be wise to hold off until WrestleMania 33 to give Cena his historic 16th world title win. Cena's chase for the championship dates back much further than just recently. He hasn't held a world title in nearly two-and-a-half years after losing the prestigious prize to Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam 2014. Since then, Cena's sole goal has been to make history by tying the legendary Ric Flair ...
WWE's New Era has been tasked with moving the company forward. Every fan knows that and can appreciate WWE's desire to get younger while also presenting the product in a new way. 2017 will bring more of the same, thanks to the continued focus on 205 Live and the introduction of the new United Kingdom Championship. But when it comes to the Jan. 29 Royal Rumble pay-per-view, it's the veterans who are making things interesting. The Rumble is perhaps the most pivotal point of WWE's calendar year. That's because a title shot at WrestleMania hangs in the balance over the Rumble match itself, and ...

WWE 205 Live Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from January 17

Posted by The Doctor Chris Mueller On January - 18 - 2017ADD COMMENTS
WWE's cruiserweight division has produced some great matches and given a handful of deserving Superstars a chance to shine, but there is also a problem plaguing 205 Live. The show is filmed immediately after SmackDown for the WWE Network, meaning fans have to choose between staying an extra hour or leaving to beat the traffic. You can always tell the crowd is smaller during 205 Live than it is for SmackDown, and the fans who do stick around seem worn out from already having cheered for two hours. If WWE filmed this show first and aired it right after SmackDown, the problem would ...
The SmackDown Women's Championship was up for grabs Tuesday night as Alexa Bliss defended against Becky Lynch in a Steel Cage match, which headlined the Jan. 17 episode of WWE SmackDown Live. The rivalry between the two women had intensified of late, particularly with the arrival of masked competitor La Luchadora. Would she make her presence felt Tuesday night? The answer was a resounding "yes." Elsewhere on the show, Shane McMahon made a huge announcement, AJ Styles was in action and Dean Ambrose battled Randy Orton in a showdown of former WWE champions. What went down, how did each match and segment grade out ...

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