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  1. Finally at SmackDown, Bayley turned on Sasha. Bayley and Sasha were set to face the NEW Women's Tag Team Champions Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler as their rematch from Payback. The match was better comparing it with their Payback one, but the finish was bad to the one at the PPV. Banks hit her knee at the ring post, injuring it and then it was targeted by Baszler. Banks played it pretty well, as I started sympathizing her. The match ended when Nia Jax cross bodied both Banks and Bayley and pinned them to retain the titles. After the match, EMT staff were in the ring, trying to help S
  2. WWE Payback 2020 Review The Riott Squad def. The IIconics (1/1) Ruby was isolated into The IIconics' corner and took all the beating. Teased a little misunderstanding between The Riott Squad, but Liv Morgan got the hot tag. After a Double Knees and a Riott Kick, Ruby pinned Billie Kay to pick up the win. Bobby Lashley def. United States Champion Apollo Crews (2/2) It was brute force vs. agility. Lashley took the advantage in the start, but later the momentum shifted in favor of Crews. Crews delivered an amazing frog splash from which Lashley kicked-out in the last p
  3. WWE Payback 2020 Predictions: The Riott Squad vs. The IIconics Tag Team Match A few weeks back Ruby Riott found herself on the receiving end of mockery from Peyton Royce & Billie Kay, with the Australian duo claiming Riott had no friends. But after apologizing to her estranged partner Liv Morgan, The Riott Squad was back in action and the odds evened against The IIconics. But in several bouts pitting members of the two teams against each other, it seemed as though Riott and Morgan needed to get back on the same page, while The IIconics of
  4. WWE SmackDown Review - August 28th This is the first SmackDown after SummerSlam and the go-home show for Payback. Welp! Let's begin. The show began with WWE Official Adam Pearce, who explained the security their responsibilities for tonight. (Not letting RETRIBUTION to ruin the night and hey, there was no RETRIBUTION so SECURITY, GJ). Mr. McMahon explained to Pearce, that he must gather all three signatures of the participants for the "No Holds Barred Triple Threat Match" at Payback. So definitely, we won't be having a segment with Wyatt, Strowman and Reigns in the ring
  5. WWE RAW Review - August 24th RAW opened with the WWE Champion Drew McIntyre addressing last night's SummerSlam match and telling to the WWE Universe that the only thing he didn't do was to kick Orton's head off and he'll be glad to do so. On the ramp, Orton attacked McIntyre and they brawled to the backstage, where Orton Punt kicked Drew. So yeah, this feud is continuing and it's very weird that just a week after SummerSlam is their next PPV, it's really weird idea to have back-to-back PPVs, so this makes RAW the go-home show for Payback. Shayna Baszler def. SmackDown W
  6. WWE SummerSlam 2020 Results United States Champion Apollo Crews def. MVP (1/1) Short match with bad chemistry between the two. MVP was without breath at the end and it looked like they could care less for this match. Expected finish, so probably going to see next Apollo going up against Lashley. SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley def. Asuka (2/2) The match was freaking awesome. The gas pedal was stepped on from the start to the finish. A great story was told, as Asuka targeted her attacks on Bayley's injured right shoulder and a little later, Bayley injured Asuka's k
  7. @bmoOK man, if you like AEW, no one is stopping you from watching. But I totally must disagree with you that WWE is unwatchable, especially SummerSlam, because every single match have it's own unique storyline, which makes it special. Bayley and Sasha Banks, "The Fiend", Drew McIntyre, they are the best performers at the moment and have the best feuds and storylines, as couple of times I said before - Bayley and Sasha's storyline is something I adore right now, it's just awesome.
  8. WWE SummerSlam 2020 Results Soon the PPV will begin and right here, we'll have a live reaction of it. Stay tuned!
  9. WWE SummerSlam 2020 Prediction: United States Champion Apollo Crews vs. MVP Singles Match for the United States Championship MVP is a legend in the company and his role is more like a manager than a wrestler. He doesn't need the title, so there is no point of giving it to him. Apollo is retaining here and we can see two paths for him - starting a feud with another member of "The Hurt Business" or maybe joining them. But those are just speculations, so for the time being Apollo will stay the US Champion. Prediction: Apollo
  10. We're just 8 days away from SummerSlam. For now 8 matches are announced, as everyone have from very good to amazing story, besides the one for the US Championship. I'm not gonna talk about the matches, as next week we'll have a prediction post and a live-reaction post. SummerSlam will not take place at the "Performance Center". Originally it was supposed to be held at the "TD Garden" in Boston, Massachusetts, but on May 8, the ongoing pandemic forced Boston mayor Marty Walsh to suspend all large-scale gatherings until September 7, effectively canceling WWE's planned events in the city. WWE was
  11. On to the July 27th episode of RAW. In the opening segment Randy Orton challenged Drew McIntyre for SummerSlam, which is awesome, because we'll get to see one of the biggest heels in the face of Orton going against the fan favorite McIntyre for the WWE Championship. Nia Jax got interrupted by Shayna Baszler which turned into a brawl, probably the two women will have a short program together. Andrade & Angel Garza def. The Viking Raiders and Ricochet & Cedric Alexander. This was a Triple Threat Match to determine the #1 Contenders for the RAW Tag Team
  12. Continuing from the previous post, let's make a review for the two RAW and SmackDown shows, following the Extreme Rules PPV. We'll begin with the July 20th episode of RAW. I'll focus only on the main storylines, because reviewing four shows is not that easy thing. In the opening promo of the show, Aleister Black confronted Seth Rollins, which resulted in a match between the two. Rollins picked up the win after a Curb Stomp and a post-match assault followed with Murphy and Seth attacking Black's injured arm. With the segment, Rollins looked really strong and monstrous, w
  13. Haven't written anything here for some time, so let's make an overview of the last PPV, and the overall storylines. "The Horror Show at Extreme Rules" was the last PPV, which took place on the July 19th. On the Pre-Show, Kevin Owens defeated Murphy, probably building himself for a future feud with Rollins. Cesaro and Nakamura defeated in a very entertaining match The New Day, as Cesaro put Kofi through not one, but two tables which were stacked on top of each other. With that Cesaro and Nakamura became the new SmackDown Tag Team Champions. Then it ca
  14. WWE Backlash 2020 Results United States Champion Apollo Crews def. Andrade (1/1) Got the first one! Women’s Tag Team Champions Bayley & Sasha Banks def. Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross and The IIconics (2/2) Glad they retained, it was an ok match. Looking forward for their break-up. Sheamus def. Jeff Hardy (3/3) The feud will continue and I'm almost 100% sure we'll have some type of an Extreme Rules Match. RAW Women’s Champion Asuka vs. Nia Jax ended in a Double Count-Out (3/4) Again, the feud will continue, but sad for Asuk
  15. OK, let's do this prediction as quick as possible. WWE Backlash 2020 Predictions Edge vs. Randy Orton First we have "The Greatest Wrestling Match Ever", which is a singles match between Edge and Randy Orton. I haven't watched any RAW or SmackDown show in a month, right after the Money in the Bank PPV, so I'll be using lots of logic and no actual storyline. OK, back to the match. Edge and Orton last competed at WrestleMania, where Edge won a Last Man Standing Match. They will probably push this feud for one more PPV, let's say SummerSlam, so basically they must even
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