Booker T is back with a HOT episode this week! Booker T issues a challenge to and addresses his "beef" with Ahmed Johnson going back to when they were in wrestling school. Booker and Brad also discuss the returns of Brock Lesnar, Jon Jones, and Floyd Mayweather. Lastly, they discuss Shawn Michaels potentially coming back for "one more match"!
WWE announced Ember Moon will replace Alexa Bliss as Braun Strowman's partner in Tuesday night's Mixed Match Challenge first-round bout against Kevin Owens and Natalya. As seen in the following video, Cathy Kelly revealed that Bliss felt numbness in her left arm Tuesday as a result of Ronda Rousey's armbar: Bliss lost to Rousey in her rematch for the Raw Women's Championship at Hell in a Cell on Sunday. It was not announced Bliss is officially out for the entire tournament, which suggests she could return if Strowman and Moon prevail Tuesday. During Season 1 of Mixed Match Challenge, Bliss and Strowman formed Team Little Big and advanced to the semifinals of the tournament where they lost to
Am I the only who … A non-finish in a Hell in a Cell Match? Are you kidding me? It's mind-boggling that the powers that be in WWE would book a finish that completely destroys the credibility of one of its main gimmick matches, but that's exactly what was accomplished by having the returning Brock Lesnar break into the HIAC structure and lay out both WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman to the point that the referee ruled neither of them could continue. Not only did the finish damage the HIAC gimmick, but it also made Reigns and Strowman look weak. For the past 20 years, everyone has seen Mick Foley continue to fight after The Undertaker threw him off the top of the cell and
From the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas, WWE Hell in a Cell promised a night of brutal action with more than a few death-defying stunts. From the fights inside the Cell between Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman, as well as Randy Orton versus Jeff Hardy, to personal title clashes with AJ Styles fighting Samoa Joe, and Ronda Rousey competing against Alexa Bliss, many exciting matches were expected. However, few expected this night to be as great as it was. Every match delivered—most more than could have been hoped—and there were multiple big stories that came out of the wrestling. The reaction to the night was largely positive, but this did not stop fans from poking holes in decisions along the
Tim Fiorvanti, Sean Coyle, Matt Wilansky Hell in a Cell was an eventful night that ended with Brock Lesnar wreaking havoc on the main event and leaving the Universal championship picture in chaos. It was far from the only contested ending, on a night in which a new SmackDown women's champion was crowned and Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre got two separate chances to tear the house down. Tim Fiorvanti and Matt Wilansky recapped the action through the night, while ESPN Stats & Info's Sean Coyle offered ratings for each match. This file was updated in real time. When a character on WWE TV goes out of his way to say a certain rule or stipulation is going to prevent outside
, Corpus Christi Caller Times Published 12:50 p.m. CT Sept. 16, 2018 World Wrestling Entertainment legend Sgt. Slaughter answers fans' questions at his Wednesday morning interview with the Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Ronda Rousey paid a visit to one of Corpus Christi's oldest restaurants on Saturday, prior to a World Wrestling Entertainment show at the American Bank Center. Price's Chef, a diner that is located in the Six Points area of Corpus Christi, posted on its Facebook page that the former mixed martial arts and current WWE star stopped in to eat breakfast. Rousey also posed for pictures with the restaurant's staff. “Thank you Rhonda Rousey for coming into Price's chef!!!! It was a pleasure
It's one thing to predict the winners and losers at Hell in a Cell 2018, but how about taking a guess at the match order on that card? WWE has announced 7 different segments for the main card of Hell in a Cell 2018, not counting the pre-show match between New Day and Rusev Day. Here is my subjective view of how important each of these 7 segments rank on the Hell in a Cell card, ordered from most important to least important. Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman AJ Styles vs. Samoa Joe Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch Bryan & Brie vs. Miz & Maryse Jeff Hardy vs. Randy Orton Ronda Rousey vs. Alexa Bliss Ziggler & McIntyre vs. Ambrose & Rollins The four SmackDown matches are pretty much interchangeable
Speculating on the rumors surrounding pro wrestling is a favored pastime of many fans, perhaps second only to actually watching the matches. In this daily column, we take a look at the latest rumors being churned out by the pro wrestling rumor mill. Important reminder: Rumors are just that -- rumors. None of this has been confirmed as legitimate news or fact, it's just circulating around the pro wrestling rumor mill. We track rumor accuracy in a weekly feature called Rumor Look Back you can find here. Remember, take it all with a grain of salt. Rumors for the Day: Kurt Angle's vacation isn't expected to last long, and he should be back on television sooner rather than later. Alexa Bliss posted
Can you believe it has been 20 years since Mick Foley cheated death twice in a Hell In A Cell match? His combined hang time for the falls can't exceed more than a second or two, but the impact they had on both his body and the wrestling world will last forever. It's only fitting that WWE inserted the man behind Mankind into the main event of the pay-per-view built around the five-ton cage he made famous. Foley has been tapped to be the special guest referee when the steel door swings closed and Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman are trapped inside to battle for the Universal Championship. I get the feeling we're going to see something special happen in this one, but will it be a title changing hands?
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Throughout a build to Sunday's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view that has seen more forgettable moments than viral ones, Monday's episode of Raw largely delivered, at the very least. Actually looking and acting the part of a PPV go-home show was a big reason as WWE overcame some fairly large missteps -- including the continually comical use of police in The Shield storyline -- to do a strong job setting the stage for Sunday's Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman and Ronda Rousey vs. Alexa Bliss title matches. In between, the three-hour show also produced some strong moments, including a Kevin Owens promo which properly explained his motives and the continued use of traditional managers. There was all that,
Michaels, 53, and Undertaker, 53, had a stunning confrontation last Monday night on RAW and teased a third encounter between them ahead of WrestleMania 35. The Heartbreak Kid retired in 2010 after losing to Taker for the second consecutive year at WrestleMania and claimed he has remained in the sidelines out of respect for his rival and because he is a man of his word. The Phenom, though, wasn't convinced and claimed HBK has stayed retired because he is afraid to get back in the ring with him. The Deadman seemed to be indirectly challenging The Icon to return to the ring so that he could beat him again. Mentally, I suggest to you, they're probably the best they've ever been mentally to tell a