Tag: Bray Wyatt
The verdict is on the WWE House of Horrors match pitting Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt: meh.
Seth Rollins lost a clean fall to Randy Orton in a suspiciously early match on the WrestleMania 31 card, so suspiciously early that you knew that Rollins’ night wasn’t done.
Bray Wyatt has been the hottest wrestler in WWE for more than a year, and yet he’s been suspiciously been left on the outside looking in as far as the various title chases have been concerned.
The Survivor Series in November was a crowning moment for WWE: marking the on-screen WWE debut of Sting, and the storyline demise of The Authority, the faction led by real-life WWE executives Stephanie McMahon and Triple H whose act was, yes, getting a bit stale more than a year into its run.
No Brock Lesnar, no Randy Orton, no Sting, no Triple H, John Cena on at 9 p.m. Eastern. WWE’s TLC pay-per-view was dominated by the next generation of WWE Superstars.
WWE looks forward to its TLC pay-per-view this weekend as a chance to build on one of its more successful events in recent years at Survivor Series in November.
WWE is trying to make chicken salad out of chicken … feathers. The roster depleted by injury, we get the millionth iteration of the company versus the talent, the bourgeoisie squaring off with the proletariat.
It’s funny how the Internet works. Stone Cold Steve Austin gives us a throwaway line in his podcast about training for a comeback, and the wrestling world turns upside down.
Spoiler alert: Rock and Triple H are going to have a discussion backstage at WWE Smackdown Friday night about a match at WrestleMania 31.
Wow, interesting move there by WWE creative, closing Raw with a long segment putting the spotlight on the Rusev-Mark Henry match that, by all rights, should be the first or second match on Night of Champions.
WWE has been targeting a Survivor Series return for recent champ Daniel Bryan, but he may be able to get back in action sooner with his rehab starting to go better than had been expected.
John Cena about to go on the shelf? Lots of talk backstage about John Cena this week, and it’s not good. Cena reportedly is nursing lingering neck and shoulder injuries that are bad enough to have some worrying that he might need extended time off to get healthy again.
HIT: Brock Lesnar squashes WWE Champ John Cena Yeah, wow. Lesnar, the former WWE and UFC champ, dominated Cena, hitting a reported 16 German suplexes and a pair of F5s, one 45 seconds into the match, the second as the finisher.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham leads a live blog during WWE SummerSlam 2014. Matches include WWE champ John Cena defending against Brock Lesnar, Stephanie McMahon facing Brie Bella, Roman Reigns taking on Randy Orton, Dean Ambrose squaring off with Seth Rollins, Chris Jericho battling Bray Wyatt and Intercontinental champ The Miz defending against Dolph Ziggler.
MISS: Sting wasn’t there OK, so we knew he wasn’t going to be there, but the teases that Sting gave us last week on Twitter and Facebook about 07.14.14 had to come with more payoff than a commercial spot for the new WWE video game.
Highlights from WWE Monday Night Raw in Richmond on July 14 include the return of Sting (sort of), Bray Wyatt once again getting the upper hand on Chris Jericho, and a U.S.=Russia debate with Zeb Colter and Lana.
This week’s installment of 30-Second Fury from WWE looks at superstar Bray Wyatt, clearly a future building block of the company, right now as a heel who is over with fans more than any other heel in recent memory, and maybe sometime down the road as an edgy face.
WWE needs to heed the old adage about dancing with the one that brung you. It’s a wrestling company, not a movie company, not an entertainment conglomerate.
Probably a good move by WWE to stop calling them pay-per-views. Because they’re not treating them as events that you’d pay for anymore.
John Cena is the franchise in WWE. The squeaky clean superstar is the man who makes little kids’ dreams come true, literally. Call him Mr. Make a Wish in that respect.
HIT: Solid booking The Shield wins by clean fall. Bray Wyatt … wins. (Nothing clean about that one.) The two hottest forces in WWE right now were put over against people who don’t always take the fall easily (Triple H and John Cena).
Aside from the mid-card steel cage match pitting John Cena against Bray Wyatt, the lineup for Sunday’s WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view could be any Sunday night house show.
The Bray Wyatt character, as currently written, should be let nowhere near a lone child, much less a children’s choir. Wyatt started out “Duck Dynasty,” but has long since passed over into “Deliverance.”
Jim Ross can’t understand why WWE heel Bray Wyatt had the audience singing along with him at the end of Monday Night Raw after the Wyatt Family’s handicap match against John Cena.
A fascinating read posted to imgur.com: an apparently real script for this week’s WWE Monday Night Raw. If you’ve ever thought you could do what they do in terms of writing a script for a big-time wrestling show, you’ll want to study this script.
Did anybody have The Undertaker losing? No. Did anybody not have Daniel Bryan winning? No. Both factor in to one of the more memorable WrestleMania events in the 30-year history of the franchise. With that in mind, let’s look at the biggest hits and biggest misses from WrestleMania 30.
There is plenty of speculation online about the surprise ending to the Brock Lesnar-Undertaker match at WrestleMania 30, which ended with the biggest swerve in wrestling history: Undertaker losing for the first time ever at a WrestleMania.
WrestleMania 30 is upon us. It may not be the most interesting of cards for pro wrestling’s Super Bowl, but … it’s pro wrestling’s Super Bowl.
Tonight’s Monday Night Raw is the go-home show for WrestleMania 30. Will we see Daniel Bryan return to face off with Triple H? And what will happen with Undertaker and Brock Lesnar in the other big money match on the ‘Mania show?
The buildup to the Daniel Bryan-Triple H match at WrestleMania 30 is “gold,” former WWE vice president of talent relations Jim Ross wrote today on his blog.
ProWrestling.net reported today that TNA executives have asked some of its roster to agree to pay cuts once their current contracts expire. No names were given, but the requests appear to be across the board. Talents whose contracts aren’t set to expire are being asked to restructure their contracts, in some cases, according to the […]
If anybody was going to break the Undertaker undefeated streak at WrestleMania, it was going to be CM Punk at WrestleMania 29. The cards seemed aligned. Punk was at the top of the game last spring, and ‘Taker seemed about as close to being out the door as he ever was to that point. It […]
The WWE rivalry between The Shield and The Wyatt Family continues when Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt square off.
We’ve been hearing about the supposed already set card for WrestleMania 30 and its underwhelming set of matches – Randy Orton vs. Batista for the WWE title, Triple H vs. Daniel Bryan, Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar, john cena vs. Bray Wyatt. Then WWE.com goes on today about what its editors say their dream WM30 matches […]
Bray Wyatt shares an unsettling update on the status of daniel bryan on tonight’s SmackDown. [embedplusvideo height=”400″ width=”600″ editlink=”http://bit.ly/1g77CaN” standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/lrI_WvlHkkM?fs=1″ vars=”ytid=lrI_WvlHkkM&width=600&height=400&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=¬es=” id=”ep3037″ /]
The talk heading into the Royal Rumble pay-per-view is that creative is ready to go in a new direction with the winner in the main event. Bray Wyatt was reportedly set to win the Royal Rumble match this month and use his title shot to challenge John Cena for the World Heavyweight Title. But with […]