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6 hours ago, AlbertV said:

WWE WrestleMania XXXV Results


WWE's so desperate to make money off the event, they released a t-shirt of Kofi Kingston as Champion. Before the match had even ended lol. Cant even remember the last Wrestlemani I actually watched. Guess all those yearls of profits and sponorship dea, and Suadi Arabia events, wasnt enough to fill there pockets with.


WWE Spoiled Kofi Kingston’s WrestleMania 35 Win Before Match Ended

Link- https://411mania.com/wrestling/wwe-spoiled-kofi-kingston-wrestlemania-35-win/


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These guys must be the longest running Tag Team in the history of Pro-Wrestling?.






One of the tougest athletes in Wrestling right now.




A future icon of Pro-Wrestling.




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Dean Ambrose competed in his final match for WWE, but it went to a No Contest against Bobby Lashley. After RAW went off the air, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns said goodbye to their Shield brother.


Kofi Kingston, the new WWE Champion and Seth Rollins, the new Universal Champion, had planned to face off in a Winner Takes All match. However, The Bar decided to stick their noses where it didn't belong and the champs teamed up to face the former Tag Team champions.

Elias attempted to perform again and even threatened the next one to interrupt him was a "dead man"...and did he get that! The Undertaker emerged!

Kurt Angle wished Baron Corbin "luck" only to get attacked by the now debuting Lars Sullivan (who overcame his recent panic attacks).

Becky Lynch thanked the fans for their support as the dual Women's Champion is ready for a fight. Lacey Evans walked towards Lynch and punched her prompting Lynch and Evans to go all out.

Sami Zayn returned to Raw and lost to Finn Balor, who retained the Intercontinental Championship. Zayn well...he said how he felt about returning

Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins successfully defended their Raw Tag Team championships against The Revival


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Bret Hart was attacked at his HOF speech. Thankfully, he is okay.

NJPW/ROH G1 Supercard Results

  • Kagetsu, Hazuki & Jenny Rose defeated Sumie Sakai, Hana Kimura & Stella Grey in a nontelevised dark match. Not sure why a promo was even made for the match then.
  • Kenny King won the Honor Rumble. The final two entrants were Haku and the Great Muta. Muta and Jushin Thunder Liger faced off but nothing came of it.
  • Jeff Cobb is now double champion as the ROH TV title holder defeated Will Ospreay for the Never Openweight title.
  • Rush destroyed Dalton Castle in 30 seconds.
  • Kelly Klein became WOH champion after beating Mayu Iwatani. She was jumped by Velvet Sky, Mandy Leon and Angelina Love who called themselves The Allure.
  • Juice Robinson was jumped when entering the arena for Bully Ray's street fight. Flip Gordon took his place and was being triple teamed by Bully Ray, Silas Young & Shane Taylor. Robinson & Mark Haskins came out with a dumpster full of weapons and made it a 3v3 street fight. Gordon, Haskins & Robinson eventually won the match.
  • Dragon Lee became IWGP Jr. Heavyweight champion defeating Bandido and Taiji Ishimori in a three-way match.
  • G.O.D. became double tag champions after defeating PCO & Brody King, Evil & Sanada and the Briscoe Bros in a four-way tag match.
  • Zack Sabre Jr. retained the RevPro British Heavyweight title against Hiroshi Tanahashi.
  • Kota Ibushi captured the IWGP Intercontinental title by defeating Tetsuya Naito. This is Naito's second short title reign in a row.
  • Matt Taven got the biggest heat of the night by defeating Jay Lethal and Marty Scurll to become ROH World Champion in a three-way ladder match.
  • Kazuchika Okada once again became IWGP Heavyweight Champion by defeating Jay White.

There is major controversy surrounding the end of the tag team titles match. At the end of the match, Enzo Amore & Big Cass ran out of the audience and began fighting the Briscoe Bros. Most people thought this was a work since security did not intervene. However, it was not shown on any of the broadcasts and the announcers joked about people trying to get on TV. A very weird situation...


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If rumours are true, Sasha Banks recently tried to quit WWE due to her frustration with The IIconics winning the women's tag team belts. Sasha had hoped that she and Bayley would get a good run as the champs.
Word has it, WWE has given her a few weeks to consider her decision as they felt like her decision to quit was made in the heat of the moment. Needless to say, this is why she didn't appear with Bayley on Monday Night RAW. Although, apparently Bayley is also very upset at their reign as champs ending so soon.

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Nia Jax is on the injured list right now. She suffered an ACL tear in both of her knees. She will have to undergo surgery and will be out for an undisclosed amount of time.

Big E is also injured, with a torn meniscus.

Brian James, as many know as The Road Dogg, has stepped down as co-creative lead for WWE. Story is, he got tired of Vince McMahon changing ideas on the day of production and the two would often clash at meetings.

WWE backstage reporter Dasha Fuentes was released last Thirsday, before 'Mania, but she's positive about the experience.

The attack on Bret Hart at the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony may end up forcing WWE to not allow fans attend the ceremony anymore.

Ronda Rousey was rumored to take a break from WWE after WrestleMania but it appears she will have to anyway even if she didn't plan to. She suffered a broken hand in the triple threat main event.

Keep Vampiro in your thought and prayers..the former WCW and AAA star has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease.

Superstar Billy Graham suggested that WWE champion Kofi Kingston take steroids...that comment drew a lot of heat and Booker T addressed the statement on his recent podcast:

“These old guys need to wake up and realize that their era is over,” said Booker T. “To bring steroids into a conversation as far as what a man need to do to get to the top in the wrestling business, man … there’s more to life than the wrestling business. What about your health?”

“They got a Wellness Policy now. They’re trying to keep these guys alive. We lost so many soldiers along the way because of steroids and drugs. And for this man to say another man need to get on drugs to become successful … HE IS SUCCESSFUL!! HE’S THE WWE CHAMPION!!”

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Jonny Loquasto, an announcer for "Champion Wrestling from Hollywood", has signed a deal with WWE. 

It looks like even though his contract is set to expire at the end of the month, Shinsuke Nakamura may be staying with WWE.

Ronda Rousey will undergo surgery tomorrow to repair her hand. She broke it at WrestleMania XXXV in the Triple Threat Main Event. 

It looks like to quell Sasha Banks' recent issues stemming from 'Mania, Women's Champion Becky Lynch is offering Banks a chance to challenge her for the Dual Women's Titles.


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Last night's WWE Superstar Shake Up began in Montreal


This may possibly be a teaser that Bray Wyatt is coming back very soon...

Adam Rose (former WWE superstars) revealed that he suffered a mild heart scare attack over the weekend but he is at home resting. 


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13 hours ago, Drunken Monk said:

"The Viking Experience" is such a shit name for the War Raiders.

I wonder if WWE will get sued by the Minnesota Vikings as I'm pretty sure they used that or something similar as a name for a fan contest or their interactive booth used at local events.

WWE had a roster shakeup...

To Smackdown:

  • Finn Balor
  • Ember Moon
  • Bayley
  • Kairi Sane
  • Lars Sullivan
  • Buddy Murphy
  • Elias
  • Roman Reigns
  • Liv Morgan
  • Chad Gable
  • Apollo Crews
  • Mickie James

To Raw:

  • The Miz
  • The Viking Experience
  • Cedric Alexander
  • Andrade with Zelina Vega
  • Rey Mysterio
  • The Usos
  • Naomi
  • Eric Young
  • Lacey Evans
  • AJ Styles
  • Ricochet
  • Aleister Black
  • EC3

Also both Luke Harper and Alexander Wolfe have decided to quit!


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15 hours ago, HyperDrive said:

I wonder if WWE will get sued by the Minnesota Vikings as I'm pretty sure they used that or something similar as a name for a fan contest or their interactive booth used at local events.


There's a Tag Team managed by Aniaml, former Road Warriors member called War Kings. Maybe they changed it, becuase it sounds similar?.


Chaning the subjectslightly, the huge success of The Vikings T.V show. Has had a big inlfuence on pop culture, with Pro Wrestling being a big part of this. Vince McMahon wont ee the publicty as bad, if he's got people talking in a big way. Then thats just the kind of thing the company wants.

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They should put Sarah Logan with The Viking Experience (she's married to one of them, after all) and give Ruby Riott a proper singles run. She's a very underrated performer.

Also, Luke Harper! I can't believe he's gone. Talk about an unappreciated talent. That dude can really wrestle and is pretty nimble for his size. I hope he goes to AEW and they treat him right.

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Apparently the reason for the War Raiders' name change has been discovered. Long story short, Vince just didn't care for the name. Not for any particular reason. He just didn't like it. So, nefore RAW aired, he had them come up with a new one.

The weird thing is that they're still NXT Tag Champions so they have to return to NXT, maybe with their new weird name, in order to lose the belts.

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Why not The Pillage People then? Cheesy but catchy. I thought @DragonClaws was onto something but War Raiders/War Machine predates War Kings by three years.

NJPW announced it is running a weekend tour of Australia called Southern Showdown. It will be held in Melbourne (June 29) and Sydney (June 30).

Impact has moved the following people to the alumni section indicating they are done with the company:

  • Grado
  • KM
  • King
  • Homicide
  • Hernandez

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