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News On Jason Jordan/Kurt Angle Storyline, Future Of American Alpha As A Team

Following last night’s “big reveal” of Jason Jordan as RAW General Manager Kurt Angle’s “long-lost son” on Monday Night RAW, many members of the WWE Universe have been left with more questions than answers to the weeks-long storyline, including the future of Jordan’s partnership in American Alpha with Chad Gable. According to ProWrestlingSheet.com, the Jordan/Angle story is scheduled to be one of the main parts of RAW moving forward with Kurt trying to be a father figure to the former SmackDown Tag Team Champion. Also, Jordan will be receiving what’s being called a “solid, mid-card push” on the red...

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Preview Tonight’s Episode Of WWE 205 Live

Tonight immediately following WWE SmackDown Live, the Cruiserweight Division takes over the Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama for 205 Live. WWE.com has a preview for tonight’s episode which airs live at 10PM EST on the WWE Network: Is Akira Tozawa Pushing Himself Too Much? “Despite his loss to WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville at the first-ever WWE Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view – albeit by some questionable tactics from the champion – Akira Tozawa remains laser-focused on dethroning The King of the Cruiserweights. However, last week on WWE 205 Live, Tozawa’s match against Ariya Daivari ended prematurely when Neville attacked...

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Preview Tonight’s Episode Of WWE SmackDown Live

As WWE Battleground rapidly approaches this coming Sunday, tonight’s edition of SmackDown Live comes to us from the Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama. WWE.com has provided a preview for tonight’s show which airs live at 8PM EST on the USA Network: The Punjabi Prison Makes Its SmackDown Live Debut “WWE Champion Jinder Mahal has taken great exception with Randy Orton’s vow to make his life a living hell. After his victory over Tye Dillinger last Tuesday, The Modern-Day Maharaja promised to show Orton what hell awaits them both at WWE Battleground, as he promised to bring the Punjabi Prison to SmackDown...

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Rey Mysterio Reportedly In Negotiations With WWE & GFW Impact

Every year now, at one point or another there always seems to be rumors of former WWE Superstar and multi-time World Champion Rey Mysterio possibly returning to the company. Mysterio, who left the company when his contract expired in February 2015, made his last appearance on WWE television on the April 7th, 2014 episode of Monday Night RAW in a losing effort to Bad News Barrett, is currently under contract with Lucha Underground. However, he is only signed with LU through the third season which will air this fall, meaning that his 90-day no compete clause with the company...

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Preview Tonight’s Episode Of WWE Monday Night RAW

With just over a month remaining until WWE SummerSlam on August 20th, tonight’s episode of Monday Night RAW comes to us from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. WWE.com has provided a preview for tonight’s show which airs live at 8PM EST on the USA Network: Two Samoans Battle To Face The Beast “Roman Reigns announced weeks ago that he’s going to battle for the Universal Championship at SummerSlam, but he’ll have to get through Samoa Joe to do so. As Raw rolls through Nashville, Tenn., The Big Dog collides with The Samoan Submission Machine, one of the rare Superstars Reigns has...

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More On Talking Smack Being Cancelled, Reason Why The Decision Was Made

If you haven’t been on social media recently, you may have missed the news that still has many members of the WWE Universe in a bit of a firestorm as the company cancelled its weekly ‘Talking Smack’ series. The show which aired on Tuesday nights immediately following 205 Live on the WWE Network was a big hit with fans, giving almost an extension of SmackDown Live with a mostly unscripted format. There have been multiple reports since the show was moved to a post-pay-per-view only program that WWE decided to cancel the weekly format due to low viewership, however...

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Possible Plans For AJ Styles At SummerSlam, Another Star Returning For The Event?

With WWE’s biggest event of the summer rapidly approaching on August 20th from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, talk amongst the WWE Universe increases with what matches could be planned for SummerSlam. Currently, it’s being speculated that the originally planned Braun Strowman vs. Brock Lesnar match for the Universal Title may no longer be taking place and instead we will see a Fatal 4-Way also involving Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe. Recently, there’s been a lot of rumors surrounding plans for new United States Champion AJ Styles, a lot of fans thinking that a match against Shinsuke...

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WWE Cancels Talking Smack As Weekly Series, Will Only Air After Pay-Per-Views

Since the WWE split its roster last July with a draft, there’s no denying that one of the most popular aspects of the change has been the addition of Talking Smack on the WWE Network. The program hosted by Renee Young features more in-depth interviews with the Superstars of the blue brand after SmackDown Live, leading to some of the most entertaining segments in the company such as the now-infamous argument between SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan and The Miz. Talking Smack has become a staple of Tuesday nights on the WWE Network, but that’s now coming to an...

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Bobby Fish Discusses His NXT Debut, Working With Other Superstars In The Past & More

New WWE NXT Superstar Bobby Fish recently spoke with WWE.com and discussed a number of topics including how he got his start in wrestling, making his NXT debut, which WWE Superstars he’s worked with in the past and more: Being Trained By A Former ECW Star “I was trained by former ECW Superstar Tony DeVito in 2002-ish after starting my training with Jeff Libolt the year before, only to end that after a month when he had to stop training us. I lived in Albany, N.Y., and made the short two-hour drive to Newburgh two or three days a...

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*SPOILERS* Full First Round Bracket For WWE Mae Young Classic

As it has been noted, filming for the upcoming WWE Mae Young Classic on the WWE Network began last night at Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida, the event kicking off with a ‘Parade Of Champions’ to announce the complete roster for the tournament on WWE’s Facebook page. Now that the First Round is in the books, below is the full bracket for the tournament, however we have not spoiled the winners: Princesa Sugehit vs. Kay Lee Ray Vanessa Borne vs. Serena Deeb Zeda vs Shayna Baszler Piper Niven vs. Santana Garrett Sarah Logan vs. Mia Yim Xia Li...

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Dean Ambrose Talks His ‘Unhinged’ Character, The Shield’s Early Days, His Body Being Punished & More

Recently, WWE Superstar Dean Ambrose spoke with The Herald-Dispatch to promote Saturday’s Live Event in Huntington, West Virginia, discussing a number of topics including his on-screen character, how he clicked right away with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins in The Shield, the toll wrestling has taken on his body and more: The Difference Between A Televised & Live Event “I live for house shows. You go out there for the audience, and it’s just them for one night. The freedom you have, the intimacy between the audience and us is different.” Meshing Early On With Reigns & Rollins In...

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WWE Mae Young Classic Parade Of Champions, Full Tournament Roster Revealed *VIDEO*

As it has been noted, filming for the WWE Mae Young Classic begins tonight at Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida. Prior to the beginning of the tapings, WWE revealed the full roster for the tournament with a ‘Parade Of Champions’ live on the company’s Facebook page, which can be seen below followed by the entire 32-woman field: Dakota Kai – New Zealand Serena Deeb – United States Vanessa Borne – United States Xia Li – China Rachel Evers – United States Sage Beckett – United States Kay Lee Ray – Scotland Tessa Blanchard – United States Toni Storm...

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Former WWE Tough Enough Winner Matt Cappotelli Reveals He Has Brain Cancer

Older fans that have been watching WWE for ten or more years may remember Matt Cappotelli, the winner of Tough Enough III alongside John Hennigan, who is now best known as John Morrison or Johnny Mundo of Lucha Underground. After winning Tough Enough in 2003, Cappotelli would make minor appearances on WWE television including matches on RAW, Sunday Night Hear and Velocity, but would ultimately be sent to Ohio Valley Wrestling to continue his training. He would become one of the WWE’s best prospects, however in 2005 it was discovered he has a brain tumor, later having surgery to...

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Backstage Heat On Enzo Amore, Reportedly Did Not Want To Split From Big Cass

Over the past number of weeks on Monday Night RAW, one of the most intriguing storylines on the red brand was Enzo Amore and Big Cass being attacked by an unknown assailant or assailants. Of course as we all know now, Cass himself was revealed to be the man behind it all, turning on his longtime friend and tag team partner, then defeating him in dominating fashion at this past Sunday’s Great Balls Of Fire. In the most recent edition of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer is reporting that Enzo was not happy about the team being split...

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Two More Names Now Confirmed For Mae Young Classic, Updated List Of Participants

With the start of this summer’s Mae Young Classic just over twenty-four hours away from Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida, WWE has still yet to officially confirm the entire 32-woman field for the tournament. Today, the WWE has released two more names, bringing the confirmed total to seventeen as Kay Lee Ray and Ayesha Raymond, both from the United Kingdom, have both been announced to compete. Additionally, there will be a Mae Young Classic Parade Of Champions tomorrow at 6:15PM EST on the WWE’s Facebook page to reveal the rest of the field. Below is the full announcement...

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