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Clash of Champions 2019 Review

Sunday night WWE hosted Clash of Champions. 11 matches were on the card, with all 10 titles on the line. Overall, it was a solid card with a nice twist of an ending that previewed a new match heading into the next WWE pay-per-view, Hell in a Cell. A little late on the preview but here are my thoughts on […]

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Clash of Champions 2019 Predictions

On Sunday night, WWE will host Clash of Champions. This will be the third Clash of Champions event, with the first two taking place in 2016 and 2017. Before that, the event was called Night of Champions, which was a yearly pay-per-view from 2007-2015. The tradition for this PPV is that every single WWE title will be on the line. […]

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Extreme Rules 2019 Review

Sunday night in Philadelphia, PA was host to Extreme Rules 2019. While the past year’s event included many matches with “Extreme” stipulations, this year lacked in that category. 10 matches were advertised for the match but we ended the night with 13 matches total which included a surprise ending. How did Extreme Rules 2019 go? Here are my thoughts. Intercontinental […]

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Extreme Rules 2019 Predictions

Back in 2009, WWE introduced a new pay-per-view called Extreme Rules. Similar to the other match type PPVs, the gimmick here is “hardcore wrestling.” In addition to Extreme Rule matches, there have been Table, Ladder, and Steel cage matches for example that has taken place here. For tonight’s 2019 edition of Extreme Rules, there are 10 matches scheduled for the card, […]

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Super ShowDown Review

WWE held its third network special in Saudi Arabia. Fans have not been behind the company’s decision to still have a show there given the controversy surrounding the country. Despite some backlash and superstars skipping the event, Super ShowDown still went on with 10 matches taking place including a cringe-worthy main event. Here are my thoughts on every match that […]

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Super ShowDown Predictions

For the third time, WWE will be traveling to Saudi Arabia to host Super ShowDown. The company signed a 10-year agreement with the Saudi General Sports Authority back in 2018. The Greatest Royal Rumble and Crown Jewel were the first two events and both took place at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The event will start […]

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WWE Superstar Shake-Up: Who Goes Where?

With WrestleMania 35 in the books, it is now a new “season” for the WWE. The big event that takes place after? The Superstar Shake-Up. Think of it as a WWE Draft where either superstars or tag team go from Raw to SmackDown and vice versa. We can even see some potential call ups from NXT in the Shake-Up. On […]

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WrestleMania 35 Predictions

We are finally here. WrestleMania 35. After NXT put together a classic TakeOver event Friday, WWE will try to one-up them in their biggest event of the year. 16 matches will take place tonight, which is a WrestleMania record and every title on the main roster will be on the line. It will be a long event but with the […]

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10 Best WrestleMania Winning Percentages

Since it’s creation in 1985, over 400 wrestlers have participated in WrestleMania. In the spirit of ‘Maina season and being a stat-nerd, I decided to calculate each wrestlers record on the big stage. Here is a quick overview of how the list was made. I only counted Wrestlers who have competed in at LEAST FIVE matches. All matches (single, tag, […]

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Fastlane 2019 Review

Cleveland, OH was the location for WWE’s final pay-per-view Fastlane before WrestleMania 35. The carditself was headlined by a few good matches including Kevin Owens challenging Daniel Bryan for the WWE Championship, Becky Lynch taking on Charlotte Flair for a chance to headline WM35 and The Shield teaming up for one last time. There was also the interesting storyline for […]

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The State of the Universal Championship

Back in the summer of 2016, the WWE brought back the brand extension. This meant that for both of their main shows, Raw and SmackDown, consist of two separate rosters. On July 16, 2016, then WWE Champion Dean Ambrose was drafted to the SmackDown brand. At the Battleground pay-per-view, Ambrose successfully defended his championship against Raw draftees Seth Rollins and Roman […]