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    Quote Originally Posted by Taiso View Post

    The 25th Anniversary RAW episode was a near complete disaster. They led with the most fun segment and even that was nothing we haven't seen a million times before. Just goes to show you how bad it is when anticipating the 259378905782347th Stunner on Vince is a feel good moment. And I say this as a completely unabashed Stone Cold Steve Austin fan.,
    Sean Waltman looked bad. Scott Hall looked far better than he did.

    And Jesus, was Brian James always that jacked up? He seemed close to the same size as Billy Gunn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Famicommander View Post
    AJ Styles is good no matter where he goes because he's AJ Styles. Vince Russo couldn't ruin him, Jim Cornette couldn't ruin him, Road Dogg and Vince McMahon can't ruin him. You can put him in a strong style match and it will be amazing. You can put him in a lucha style match and it will be amazing. You can put him in a hardcore match or a mat-based pure wrestling match and it will be amazing.

    But the WWE version of AJ Styles is still a massive step down from the guy we saw just before in NJPW and ROH. Go back and watch his matches with Jay Lethal at Final Battle 2015 and Shinsuke Nakamura at Wrestle Kingdom 10. Now tell me with a straight face that anything he's done in WWE is even close to that level. And I won't even go into what they've done to Nakamura...
    I don't really follow wrestling anymore but that Styles Nakamura match was fantastic. If we had these guys doing this in wwe I'd still be watching.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GohanX View Post
    I don't really follow wrestling anymore but that Styles Nakamura match was fantastic. If we had these guys doing this in wwe I'd still be watching.
    Just watch good promotions. New Japan is amazing, ROH is great, and Lucha Underground (when they are in season) is the best weekly wrestling TV show I have ever seen.

    WWE has been ridiculously horrible for about 17 solid years, with a few months of decent shows spaced about in that time frame.

    WWE is to wrestling what The Simpsons is to sitcoms. Inexplicably popular despite being a sad shell of its former self.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Famicommander View Post

    WWE is to wrestling what The Simpsons is to sitcoms. Inexplicably popular despite being a sad shell of its former self.
    This is so true, it hurts.

    I was expecting something HUGE from the 25th anniversary show and we got nothing but peanuts. At this point, the WWE is in the zombie state unless we can get something worthwhile. It's nothing but the Mcmahons (sans Shane) stroking (or schlicking) their egos. Stephanie announcing the women's Royal Rumble made me NOT want to watch it (thankfully, we can change the language on the WWE network so that's good).

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    Shane is the worst one of them all. He just walks onto the biggest cards and does show stealing spots which take no skill. Actual wrestlers that actually wrestle night after night deserve those spots. No way in fuck NJPW or ROH would book the 47 year old son of the boss in matches with AJ Styles or the Undertaker at fucking PPVs.

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    Vince McMahon has been accused of following a tanning salon employee into a room, closing the door, involuntarily trying to kiss her, grope her, and show her dick pics.

    Would be amazing if this is what took him down after he helped Jimmy Snuka get away with murder.

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    Raw 25 blew. Reminded me to lower expectations on the Rumble tomorrow night. But I still have high hopes for NXT Takeover tonight.

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    WWE Royal Rumble PPV Results: 1-28-18

    Results courtesy of PWTorch.com (direct link to Keller's real-time report).

    Pre-Show:

    (A) KALISO & LINCE DORADO & GRAN METALIK vs. DREW GULAK & TJP & JACK GALLAGHER

    WINNERS: Kalisto & Dorado & Metalik in 13:00.

    (2) THE REVIVAL (Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder) vs. LUKE GALLOWS & KARL ANDERSON

    WINNERS: The Revival in 9:00.

    (3) BOBBY ROODE vs. MOJO RAWLEY – U.S. Title match

    WINNER: Roode via Glorious DDT in 8:00 to retain the U.S. Title.

    2018 Royal Rumble PPV:

    (1) A.J. STYLES vs. KEVIN OWENS & SAMI ZAYN – WWE Title match

    After ring introductions, the fans chanted “A.J. Styles!” Owens opened against Styles. Phillips explained that Sami and KO will have to tag in and out. KO tagged in Sami immediately. Sami teased locking up with Styles, but then turned and tagged in KO again. Sami eventually locked on a side headlock as Graves and Byron bickered over whether KO and Sami are playing too many mind games early. Byron told Graves to shut his mouth and listen to him.

    When Owens tagged in, he distracted Styles by yapping at the ref, but then kicked Styles in a surprise sudden move to take over. He threw Styles head-first into the turnbuckle in his corner. A minute later he threw Styles into the (larger than ever, like giant Pringles cans) corner ringposts wraps (which are large enough to annoyingly obstructing the view of fans watching the matches in the arena at that angle, so keep that in mind when choosing where to sit). Sami tagged in and settled into a chinlock.

    Styles eventually teased a comeback with Pelé kick on KO. Sami tagged in and went for a Helluva kick, but Styles ducked and countered with a reverse DDT. Owens entered and catapulted Styles into Sami, but Styles turned it into a head scissors. He then rolled over and locked KO in a Calf Crusher, working over KO’s injured knee. KO teased tapping like he did on Tuesday on Smackdown, but Sami interfered first. The pace picked up. Styles avoided a charging KO, who went shoulder-first into the ringpost. Sami tagged in. KO superkicked Styles as Sami distracted the ref. Sami tagged in and hit a Blue Thunder bomb for a believable near fall that popped the crowd. The “A.J. Styles” chant got louder.

    Sami reached for a tag with KO, but didn’t appear to to make the tag. Styles pulled Sami away and dumped him over the top rope, but then ate a superkick from KO. Styles countered a Pop-Up Powerbomb attempt into a roll-up for the win. The announcers said Styles pulled off the impossible and silenced the doubters. The announcers initially said it looked like the tag missed, and on slo-mo it looked like it missed for sure. Graves wanted to see another angle. I suspect this will be played up by KO and Sami and involve Daniel Bryan.

    WINNER: Styles in 16:00 to retain the WWE Title.

    -Sami and KO yelled at Shane McMahon backstage. KO said they can’t let another bad referee call screw him out of a title. They annoyingly and relentlessly asked him if he saw it. Shane said “Yep,” smiled, and walked away. Phillips said a referee’s decision is final.

    (2) THE USOS vs. CHAD GABLE & SHELTON BENJAMAN – WWE Tag Team Championship match – Two-out-of-Three Falls

    FIRST FALL: The Usos came out second and did some mic work at ringside and welcomed their opponents to the Uso penitentiary. Gable and Benjamin isolated Jimmy and worked over his left leg early. Jimmy eventually landed an enzuigiri as Jey encouraged him to tag him. The crowd clapped encouragement. Jey got the hot-tag and knocked Shelton over the top rope and then clotheslined an interfering Gable over the top rope on the opposite side of the ring. He leaped onto both Shelton and Gable seconds apart. He hit a crossbody on Gable for a two count back inside the ring. A half hearted “Sweet!” chant after the kickout. After more back-and-forth, the announcers wondered what it’d take to score a first fall. Gable landed a moonsault off the top rope onto both Usos at ringside. The chaos led to confusion over which Uso was legal. Jey surprised Gable with a superkick, then fended off Shelton. Jey then landed a top rope splash for a believable near fall on Gable. “Are you kidding me?” asked Graves. Phillips couldn’t believe they still didn’t have one fall in this match. Gable ended up eating two individual super kicks from both Usos and then a stereo superkick leading to the first fall at 13:00. The crowd was oddly flat for the Usos getting the first fall win.

    SECOND FALL: Gable and Benjamin double-teamed Jey in the ring and then went after Jimmy at ringside. They gave Jimmy their double-team move on the floor. Meanwhile, Jey recovered in the ring. Gable charged at Jey with an overhead ick. Shelton then set up Jey for a double-team move, but Jey small packaged Shelton for a shocking second fall that came quickly to end the match.

    WINNERS: The Usos in 16:00 to retain the WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championships.

    I wouldn’t say this was a great match with a great finish or anything, but I liked how unexpectedly long the first fall and how unexpectedly suddenly the Usos also took the second round. It takes away the sense that every best of three falls match goes a certain way with a certain formula, and you need to break from the go-to formula now and then to keep things from being ridiculously predictable.

    The Men's Royal Rumble is in progress...

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    WWE Royal Rumble PPV Results: 1-28-18

    (3) MEN’S ROYAL RUMBLE MATCH

    This is earlier than anyone likely predicted it’d be. A new entrance takes place every 90 seconds. Aiden English stepped onto the stage to introduce Rusev. The fans chanted “Rusev Day.” He asked what day it is. The crowd loudly yelled, “Rusev Day!” He sang Rusev Day and held the last note a long time. Rusev marched out and acted fired up. He tore off his Rusev Day shirt Hulk Hogan style. Rusev led the crowd in their “Rusev Day” chant. Then Finn Balor’s music played.

    (1) Rusev… (2) Finn Balor: This could mean Balor is going 60 minutes to win. Tough choice for many fans on whom to cheer here. Rusev dumped Balor over the top rope seconds in, but Balor landed on the ring apron and returned to the ring. Rusev landed a quick elbow drop.

    (3) Rhyno: Lawler said he was just at the ECW bingo hall yesterday. Balor shoulder tackled Rusev in the corner early, then tossed him across the ring. He delivered a belly-to-belly to Balor, too. A loud “ECW!” chant broke out. Rusev landed a spinning wheel kick on Rhyno.

    (4) Baron Corbin: Corbin ran into the ring quickly and went after all three wrestlers aggressively. Cole said Corbin lasted over 33 minutes and eliminated Braun Strowman last year. Corbin ELIMINATED RHYNO (1) to a chorus of boos. Balor then ELIMINATED CORBIN (2) who threw his signature fit at ringside. He yanked Balor out of the ring and threw him into the ringside barrier. Referees angrily ordered Corbin to return to the back, but instead he gave RUsev his End of Days at ringside. Corbin gave Balor a backbreaker. Officials came out including Adam Pearce and Fit Finlay to yell at Corbin and force him to the back.

    (5) Heath Slater: Corbin clotheslined Slater on the ramp as he was enthusiastically making his way to the ring. Corbin lost in memorable fashion. They showed Slater, Rusev, and Balor all knocked out at ringside. Balor was holding his left shoulder and wrist in pain.

    (6) Elias: The crowd popped for Elias’s guitar strum. He strolled onto the stage and played for the fans as his opponents recovered from the Corbin beatdown. He gave a kick to poor Slater on the ramp as he walked by. Cole said he’s quite sure this is the first time anyone has played guitar on his way to the ring. He insisted the clock wouldn’t start until he was done performing. He did a Philadelphia song including vowing to spit in the race of the Rocky statue. The clock didn’t stop, though.

    (7) Andrade Cien Almas (w/Zelina Vega): Almas hilariously got a shot in on Slater on his way to the ring. Cole said Almas is a flashy high-flyer, but also really cocky. He talked about him being NXT Champion and complimented his match last night. He said he is a third generation wrestler. He took it to Elias at first. Elias knocked him down, though, with a hard clothesline.

    (8) Bray Wyatt: Wyatt threw Slater into the ringpost on his way into the ring. He set up a Sister Abigail on Elias, but Balor broke that up. Bray clotheslined Balor. A loud “Rusev Day!” chant broke out as Rusev tried to re-enter the ring. Bray knocked him off the ring apron three times in a row.

    (9) Big E: Big E looked like he was going to help Slater into the ring, but instead he pulled pancakes out of his armpit and shoved him into Slater’s mouth. In the ring, Bray beat up Big E, but Big E fired back with a belly-to-belly. Elias and Rusev took Big E down as he celebrated with his tongue out. More “Rusev Day!” chants.

    (WHO’S IN: Elias, Big E. Balor, Bray, Rusev, Almas, Slater)

    (10) Tye Dillinger: Tye’s music played, but he didn’t come out. This was “too cute” having him at no. 10 again. They cut backstage where he was being attacked by KO and Sami. Sami said, “I’ve got this.” The announcers wondered what Sami meant. Sami came out. He attacked Slater at ringside on his way to the ring. He entered and stomped away at Balor. Graves defended this as Sami trying to right a wrong. Byron asked: “How is this okay?”

    (11) Sheamus: Sheamus threw Slater into the ring, but Slater immediately clotheslined Sheamus and ELIMINATED SHEMAUS (3). Cole said this was Sheamus’s birthday and he was eliminated by Slater. Graves said, “Wait, Sheamus’s birhtday is on Rusev Day?” Bray then ELIMINATED SLATER (4) to a chorus of boos.

    (12) Xavier Woods: Big E and Xavier worked together.

    (13) Apollo Crews: Cole said “only four winners” have come from entrants in the teens. Lawler said 13 is an unlikely number, too.

    (14) Shinsuke Nakamura: Cole called him “WWE’s rock star.’ he said it’s his first-ever rumble. He took it to Sami early. The crowd sang his song after the music stopped. Then he knee dropped Elias. A “Nak-a-mura!” chant broke out. Nakamura ELIMINATED SAMI (5?). Does that count as Tye being eliminated?

    (15) Cesaro: Cesaro came out to zero pop.

    (16) Kofi Kingston: All three New Day members are in the match legally. Cesaro ELIMINATED CREWS (6), messing up absolutely no one’s predictions. Cole said Kofi is tied for fourth all time in Royal Rumble appearances.

    (17) Jinder Mahal (w/a Singh Brother): Lawler said he poured over all the statistics the last three days (biggest lie of the night) and is pick is Jinder. Jinder ELIMINATED XAVIER (7). Jinder then ELIMINATED BIG E (8).

    (18) Seth Rollins: Seth wore Harlem Heat’s tights. He entered with a top rope clothesline of Bray. He flew at Elias and then countered Balor’s attack. Cesaro tried to toss Seth over the top, but Seth catapulted and ELIMINATED CESARO (9) Jinder almost eliminated Kofi, but Kofi’s right boot landed on Xavier’s chest. Big E put a plate of pancakes under Kofi’s foot so he stayed legal as he pivoted back into the ring. He hopped on one foot as Jinder stopped him from getting back in. Xavier and Big E gave him a boost and he flew over Jinder into the ring. The crowd laughed and clapped. Kofi then kicked and ELIMINATED JINDER (10). Almas planted Kofi and then ELIMINATED KOFI (11).

    (19) Woken Matt: Lawler said Matt is “nuttier than squirrel poop.” A delete chant broke out. Matt and Bray stared at each other. Rusev attacked them. Matt and Bray clotheslined him and ELIMINATED RUSEV (11). Boos. They worked together to attack Almas. Then they turned to each other and fought and both went over the top to ELIMINATE MATT HARDY AND BRAY WYATT (12 & 13).

    (20) John Cena: The crowd sang “John Cena sucks!” Everyone left in the ring attacked Cena which caused the crowd to erupt in cheers. Cena lifted Elias, though, and dumped him over the top to ELIMINATE ELIAS (15).

    (21) Hurricane Helms: Cole said Helms’s “superhero persona was a hit with kids” back in the day. Cena dumped him a few seconds later to ELIMINATE HURRICANE (16). Boos. He slipped on pancakes at ringside, but then posed.

    (22) Aiden English: Another “Rusev Day” chant started. Cole said nearly 65 percent of all Rumble winners come from entering at no. 22 or later. A Cena battle-chant broke out.

    (23) Adam Cole. He ran out with his ribs taped as the fans yelled along with him “Adam Cole Bay-bay!” Graves said Cole made a name for himself in the Philadelphia area. Balor ELIMINATED ENGLISH (17).

    (ROLL CALL: Balor, Rollins, Cena, Nakamura, Cole, Almas).

    (24) Randy Orton. Cole noted Shawn Michaels and Steve Austin have won back-to-back Rumbles. Lawler said Orton could tie Austin as the only person to win three. Orton didn’t have his vest off when he gave an RKO to Almas and ELIMINATED ALMAS (18). Cole said Almas lasted 29 minutes and has nothing to be ashamed of.

    (25) Titus O’Neal: Titus threw Cole onto the ring apron. Nakamura broke that up.

    (26) The Miz. Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas joined him. Miz gave his It Kicks to Cena and Seth as the crowd chanted “Yes!” Cena went for an AA on Miz, but he turned it into a Skull Crushing Finale on Cena. Seth then superkicked Miz. Lawler pointed out how weird it was the entire crowd in Philadelphia loved The Miz.

    (27) Rey Mysterio. He got a better reception this time than when he came in at no. 30. He went at Miz, then Cole. “Holy shi–!” chant the fans. Graves said he looked to be in great shape. Rey ELIMINATED COLE (18) with a leg scissors. He gave Miz a 619.

    (28) Roman Reigns: Loud boos. He marched to the ring with a snarl. he slid into the ring and went after Cena. he threw more punches at each wrestlers as they charged him one at a time. Reigns ELIMINATED TITUS (19). Miztourage stopped Reigns from eliminating Miz. Reigns knocked them off the ring apron. Seth gave Miz the Blackout. Set and Reigns stayed at each other, but then teamed up to ELIMINATE MIZ (22). Reigns then ELIMINATED SETH (23). The announcers quickly said Seth understood and would have done the same thing.

    (29) Goldust: Cole said Goldust is tied with Big Show and Michaels for 12 times in the Rumble, behind only Kane. Goldust almost eliminated Orton.

    (ROLL CALL: Rey, Cena, Reigns, Orton, Nakamura, Goldust, Balor)

    (30) Dolph Ziggler: Cole: “I thought he retired or something.” Ziggler tackled Cena and pounded away at him and then fired up. He went for a superkick, but Cena blocked it and gave Ziggler an AA attempt. Ziggler escaped and superkicked Cena and tried to eliminate him. Orton stuck up, but Ziggler superkicked him. Goldust snap powerslammed Ziggler. Ziggler came back with a Zig Zag on Nakamura. ELIMINATE GOLDUST (23). He stomped the mat to signal for a superkick on Nakamura. Nakamura caught his leg and then overhead suplexed him onto the ring apron. Balor knocked Ziggler off the ring apron to ELIMINATE ZIGGLER (24).

    Rey gave Reigns a 619.Reigns ELIMINATED ORTON (25). Rey gave Cena and Reigns a double 619. Balor then ELIMINATED MYSTERIO (26).

    (ROLL CALL: Reigns, Cena, Nakamura, Balor)

    They all stood in the ring and faced off apprehensively. Tension built.


    Match still in progress...
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    Continued from previous post...

    They all stood in the ring and faced off apprehensively. Tension built. A “Nakamura” chant broke out. Reigns stomped away at Balor as Cena knocked Nakamura into the corner. Cena pointed at the WrestleMania sign. A “You both suck!” chant broke out. Balor and Nakamura popped up and attacked them. After they knocked them down, they faced off. Cole said they’re two of the greatest stars from Japan. Nakamura kicked Balor in the head after a minute of back-and-forth action. Balor landed a basement dropkick as Cena and Reigns watched. Then popped up and clotheslined both of them. More boos. Cena and Reigns faced off again. Another “You both suck!” chant. Reigns gave Cena a Samoan drop. Reigns stood alone in the ring and the crowd boos as he surveyed three opponents on the mat. Cole called him polarizing and said he’s taken that title from Cena. Cena ducked a Superman Punch and then set up his Five Knuckle Shuffle. Balor cut it off with a Slingblade. He gave one to Reigns next. Cole called this a career-making performance for Balor, which would portend his elimination within a minute. Nakamura popped up and went for his knee strike, but Balor ducked and double-stomped him. Cena then ELIMINATED BALOR (27). The crowd chanted “bullsh–!”

    The “Nak-a-mura!” chant got louder. Lawler said Cena didn’t have to be here tonight with his success in Hollywood. Graves said he loves this more than anything. Reigns and Cena battled Nakamura together, then each other. Cena played up another Five Knuckle and pointed at the WrestleMania sign and said he wants this. He lifted Reigns for an AA, but Reigns escapade and landed a Superman Punch. Lawler said he didn’t hit all of it. Reigns kicked Nakamura out of his way with a kick, then set up a spear. He let out his yell and charged, but Cena lifted and AA’d Reigns. Nakamura came up behind Cena, but Cena countered and tried to suplex him out. Nakamura knocked Cena onto the ring apron, but then Nakamura kneed him to the floor to ELIMINATE CENA (28).

    It was down to Nakamura and Reigns. The top two likely winners faced off at the end for maximum drama. A thunderous “Nak-a-mura!” chant rang out. Byron said Nakamura was expected to do something special when he arrived in WWE. Reigns punched Nakamura, but Nakamura struck back. The crowd cheered every Nakamura strike and booed every Reigns strike. Reigns took Nakamura down with a Superman Punch “that may end the dream,” said Cole. Reigns tossed Nakamura over the top onto the ring apron. Nakamura held on and kicked Reigns in the head. Nakamura then wrapped Reigns into a hanging triangle over the top rope. Graves said it’s extremely dangerous. Reigns lifted Nakamura into the ring and gave him a running powerbomb. Both were down and slow to get up. Another “Nakamura!” chant.

    Reigns stood first. Boos. He set up a spear and let out a yell. Nakamura kicked him. Then he delivered a knee to the face off the second rope. He fired up and charged with a knee, but Reigns speared him out of mid-air. Both went down. Reigns sat up and looked at the WrestleMania sign. Reigns lifted Nakamura on his shoulders. Nakamura held onto the top rope and wouldn’t let him toss him out. Instead, he delivered a knee to Reigns’s face and eliminated him to win. Big pop.

    WINNER: Nakamura in 65:00.

    The actual action for the first 45 minutes was nothing special, but all the drama was in the entrances, eliminations, and little side stories. The final 15-20 minutes was well booked and well executed, with a crowd-pleasing finish.

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    WWE Royal Rumble PPV Results: 1-28-18

    (4) SETH ROLLINS & JASON JORDAN vs. SHEAMUS & CESARO – WWE Raw Tag Team Title match

    During ring entrances, they went to various announce teams. Booker T joined the announce team with Cole and Graves. Seth and Cesaro opened the match. They isolated Seth for a while and Jordan was out of position for a tag several minutes in. Booker was critical of Jordan. A minute later ringside Cesaro shoved Jordan into the ringpost. Seth dove through the ropes onto Cesaro and Sheamus. Seth then checked on Jordan, who didn’t see what happened to him. Shemaus and Cesaro threw Seth into the ringside barrier twice. Booker: “There are no time outs in tag team wrestling.” Graves: “There are no time outs.” Booker: “I said time outs.” Graves: “I said time outs, Book.” Huh?

    Jordan eventually made his way onto the ring apron and tagged himself in. He was groggy and stumbling around, holding his head. Graves said he speaks from experience in saying Jordan doesn’t belong in the ring right now. Jordan tagged Seth again. Seth didn’t seem pleased. Jordan walked down the steps and sat down at ringside. Seth yelled at him to get back in the match. Sheamus and Cesaro double-teamed Seth. Cesaro landed a top rope move on Seth for the win.

    WINNERS: Cesaro & Sheamus to capture the WWE Raw Tag Team Titles.

    "Everything will surely be all right." 「絶対大丈夫だよ。」, "Zettai daijōbu da yo."
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    5. Brock Lesnar (w/Paul Heyman) vs. Braun Strowman vs. Kane in a Triple Threat for the WWE Universal Championship.

    JoJo delivered in-ring introductions for the title match (Heyman took care of Lesnar’s introduction). Cole noted that Lesnar had held the title for 301 days. He said only four reigns had gone that long in the last 25 years.

    Lesnar teased going after Strowman, but he instead drop Kane into the corner. Strowman pulled him off and ended up dropkicking Lesnar into the corner. Strowman worked over Lesnar with knees. Lesnar came back with a right hand and went for an F5, but Kane broke it up and chokeslammed Lesnar, who went to ringside. Strowman and Kane fought in the ring.

    Lesnar returned to the ring and hit Kane with a chair to the back as he had Strowman by the throat. Strowman punched the chair back into the face of Lesnar. Strowman followed Lesnar to ringside and threw him into the barricade. Strowman picked up a piece of the ring steps and slammed them into Kane and then did the same to Lesnar.

    Strowman pulled out two tables and set them up inside the ring. Strowman had Kane pinned after chokeslamming him, but Lesnar broke it up and then performed three German suplexes on Strowman, who then scooped him up and powerslammed him through one of the two tables set up in the ring. Kane ended up putting Strowman through the other table, which was set up in the corner of the ring.

    Kane chokeslammed Strowman and covered him. Lesnar broke it up and then put Kane down with an F5. Strowman pulled Lesnar up from the pin and German suplexed him. At 7:00, Lesnar performed an F5 on Strowman onto the German broadcast table. Lesnar took the Cole’s broadcast table and dumped it onto Strowman. Cole could be seen motioning for something afterward. Lesnar put Kane through the Spanish broadcast table with an F5.

    At 9:00, Strowman stood up and Brock acted surprised. Strowman got the better of an exchange at ringside and rolled Lesnar back inside the ring. Strowman performed two powerslams on Lesnar. Kane returned and hit Strowman with a chair repeatedly. Kane ended up going for a Tombstone on Lesnar, but escaped and then used Kane as a battering ram to knock Strowman off the apron. Lesnar hit the F5 for the win. Strowman barked afterward that Lesnar didn’t beat him…

    Brock Lesnar beat Kane and Braun Strowman in a Triple Threat match in 10:55 to retain the WWE Universal Championship.

    The crowd came back to life for that match. They weren’t red hot, but the Rumble hangover seemed to be wearing off. The effort was there from all three men. It was just hard to shake the feeling of predictability. Then again, it has been all year when it comes to Vince McMahon’s build to Lesnar vs. Reigns II, though at least the men’s Rumble finish came off as a surprise in part because Reigns had been pushed so aggressively.

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    WWE Royal Rumble PPV Results: 1-28-18

    (6) WOMEN’S ROYAL RUMBLE

    Jo Jo introduced the match and the rules. Then Maria Menounos. She said no one has worked harder for this moment than these ladies. She got some boos. Maria shrugged and laughed and said, “I get it.” She introduced Stephanie McMahon as the guest commentator. Boos. Cole said Stephanie is one of the trailblazers in the Women’s Evolution, although “she won’t tell you.” Huh? She made the announcement. She’s inserted herself as guest commentator. She’s all over the Revolution/Evolution. Alexa Bliss walked out to watch at ringside. Then Charlotte came out next.

    (1) Sasha Banks… (2) Becky Lynch: Nice starting two to make history once the bell rings. Stephanie said she’s nervous and excited.

    (3) Sarah Logan: Cole said Logan is from Kentucky “and considers herself a backwoods girl.” Cole said she was once a member of the boys wrestling team. Logan gave Banks a lift-and-drop headbutt.

    (4) Mandy Rose: Graves said Mandy is his pick because she’s “God’s greatest creation.”

    (5) Lita: The crowd was happy to see her. Cole said she’s the only women to be involved in a TLC match. Lita landed a double-clothesline, but then Mandy attacked her. Stephanie noted that Lita has names written on her forearm of women who couldn’t be there tonight. Cole listed: Fabulous Moolah, Mae Young, Sensational Sherri, Alunda Blaze, Miss Elizabeth, Wendy Richter. Stephanie added Chyna. Rose delivered a knee to the side of Lita’s face. As Mandy celebrated, Lita ELIMIANTED MANDY ROSE (1). Stephanie said that was either inexperience or arrogance on display.

    (6) Kairi Sane: Kairi got in a flurry of offense. She delivered a shot to Lita in the corner, then leaped off the top rope onto Sarah Logan. She then landed a top rope elbow onto Sasha which Cole said would make Macho Man proud. She landed another top rope elbow on Becky.

    (7) Tamina: Tamina gave shots to several women. Lita delivered a DDT to stop her momentum. She gave Babks a Twist of Fate. Then Becky, too. Lita then landed a scary moonsuit onto Becky and Sasha. Tamina kicked at Lita, but Lita ducked. Fans chanted “You still got it!” She ducked a charging Tamina, to ELIMINATE TAMINA (2). Becky then ELIMINATE LITA (3). Boos. Graves said fans weren’t pleased, but Becky did what she should be doing to try to win.

    (8) Dana Brooke: Brooke ELIMINATED SANE (4) by knocking her off the top rope.

    (9) Torrie Wilson: Cole talked about her being part of the Attitude Era. He said she’s a web-based fitness instructor and blogger now. Graves complimented her immaculate condition. Logan kicked Wilson. Fans chanted “Torrie Wilson.” Sasha attacked Logan which stopped Logan from eliminating Wilson. Graves said he doesn’t get Sasha’s strategy. Cole said none of the women have been in a Rumble before. Graves and Stephanie said they could watch them, though. Torrie ELIMINATED DANA (5)

    (10) Sonya Deville: Deville ELIMINATED TORRIE (6). Torrie landed at the floor right by Charlotte and Bliss.

    (11) Liv Morgan: Cole said she thought Lita was the coolest thing ever growing up.

    (12) Molly Holly. Holly ELIMINATED LOGAN (7). Molly delivered a top rope flip double legdrop onto Sasha. Graves said that earned a “You still got it” chant.

    (13) Lana: Of course that prompted another “Rusev Day!” chant. Morgan and Deville attacked Lana.

    (14) Michelle McCool: Fans chanted “Un-der-taker!” McCool ELIMINATED DEVILLE (8) and ELIMINATED MORGAN (9). Molly attacked McCool from behind. McCool then ELIMINATED MOLLY (10). Lana mouthed off to McCool, who then ELIMINATED LANA (11).

    (15) Ruby Riott: Sasha tried to toss Riott right away, but Riott landed on the ring apron. McCool almost eliminated Banks. Banks then yanked McCool over the top rope onto the ring apron. Neither went to the floor.

    (16) Vickie Guerrero. Loud “Excuse me!” utterances. She marched to the ring with a wireless mic in hand. They all ELIMINATED VICKIE (12).

    (17) Carmella: Vickie attacked Carmella at ringside with her own briefcase.

    (18) Natalya: Stephanie gave credit to Natalya. “If anyone is responsible for blazing this path, it’s Natalya,” she said.

    (19) Kelly Kelly: Natalya tried to eliminate Kelly at the start, but Kelly hung on. Kelly leg scissored McCool as she tried to spin her around. Natalya then ELIMINATED MCCOO (13).

    (20) Naomi: Riott ELIMINATED LYNCH (14). Boos.

    (21) Miss Jacqueline: Cole noted that Jackie once beat Chavo Guerrero for the Cruiserweight Title. Riot, Natalya, and Jackie tried to eliminate Kelly, but Kelly held on to the ropes.

    (22) Nia Jax: Jax ELIMINATED JACQUELINE (15) and ELIMINATED KELLY (16). She knocked Natalya down, so Natalya rolled to ringside. Jax pressed Riott and tossed her onto a top turnbuckle and then ELIMINATED RIOTT (17). Naomi kicked Jax rapid-fire, but Jax soon knocked her off the ring apron. Naomi landed in the arms of a crowd at ringside. She climbed onto the barricade. Steph asked how she’d get back to the ring from there, though.

    (23) Ember Moon: Ember came out selling her left arm. It was heavily wrapped. Naomi watched from the barrier. Moon attacked Jax with a barrage of punches. She threw a running elbow. Jax came back and tossed her hard across the ring. Moon rolled to the floor. Naomi walked the edge of the barrier and then asked Maria to move. Naomi sat on her chair and rolled herself to the ring using her hands. She sprung her feet to the steps and climbed to the top rope and surprised Jax. Jax caught her, though, and dumbed her over the top to ELIMINATE MOON (18). “After all of that,” said Stephanie.

    (24) Beth Phoenix: Cole said she competed in a Royal Rumble match before and eliminated Great Khali. She faced off with Jax. They exchanged blows. Fans chanted “This is awesome!” Beth lifted Jax onto her shoulders and couldn’t get her to the top rope, though. Jax elbowed free. Natalya re-entered and kicked Jax. Beth and Natalya attacked Jax. Cole said they’re long-time friends. They shoulder tackled Jax through the ropes. Natalya and Beth hugged. Stephanie said, “Let’s see how long that lasts.” Natalya punched Beth and tossed her over the top rope to ELIMINATE BETH (19). Stephanie, the smartest one in the room calling that one.

    (25) Asuka: Graves said: “Game over.” Cole: “How about Game On.” Asuka threw a barrage of strikes. “Asuka’s going to kill you” sang the crowd. Asuka faced off with Moon again. Cole referenced their fierce NXT rivalry. Asuka laughed at Moon’s arm and ducked a punch. Moon head scissored her to the mat. Moon hit her Eclipse with one arm. Asuka yanked on her Moon’s bad arm over the top rope and ELIMINATED MOON (20).

    (26) Mickie James.

    (27) Nikki Bella. Graves said he was changing his pick to Bella. Fans sang “John Cena sucks!” Nikki shot Charlotte a look at ringside. Carmella did a moon walk and then charged at Bella in the corner. Bella put Carmella on her shoulders. Carmella screamed out. Bella set her on the top rope and tried to shove her down. Nikki ELIMINATED CARMELLA (21). Asuka and Sasha went after Nikki.

    (28) Brie Bella: Stephanie said, “She’s out of retirement.” The crowd did loud “Yes!” chants. Brie went after Natalya and Mickie. Cole noted Sasha has been in the match for 45 minutes now. Nia crawled back onto the ring apron. The Bellas knocked her back to the floor. The Bellas double-suplexed Natalya.

    (29) Bayley: The Bellas charged at her, but she dropped them over the ropes. She kicked Natalya next. The fans began chanting “Ronda Rousey!” Stephanie asked: “Who’s it gonna be?”

    (ROLL CALL: Nia, Bayley, Natalya, Mickie, Nikki. Brie, Sasha, Asuka.)

    (30) Trish Stratus: No Rousey. But if you’re going to not have it be Rousey, Trish is the best option to come out last. The crowd popped as Mickie and Trish squared off. Stephanie called it one of the all-time great rivalries. Trish knocked Mickie off the top rope with a round kick to ELIMINATE MICKIE (22). Jax re-entered and attacked Trish. All remaining women attacked Jax. Jax shoved them all off and out out a big yell. Graves said, “This could very well Nia’s night.” That is the signal she’ll be gone soon. Trish superkicked Trish. The Bellas then tried to suplex Jax over the top rope. Other women joined in and helped ELIMINATE JAX (23). Sasha ELIMINATED BAYLEY (24).

    Stephanie wondered what it would mean if it came down to the Bella Twins. Natalya put Trish in the sharpshooter mid-ring as she stared at the WrestleMania sign. Trish ELIMINATED NATALYA (25). Cole wondered if Trish returned to WWE and won the Royal Rumble. Cue the elimination of Trish within a minute. Just seconds later Sasha dumped Trish over the top to ELIMINATE TRISH (26).

    Asuka came up behind Sasha. Fans sang “Asuka’s going to kill you.” They faced off and then turned to look at the Bellas. They decided to go after the Bellas, but instead Sasha gave Asuka a cheap shot. Graves said, “That’s what they say. If you’ve got a back, Sasha’s got a knife.” Stephanie said, “Is that what they say, Corey?” The Bellas and Sasha triple teamed Asuka. Stephanie said she can’t believe Sasha is still in it. Cue Sasha being eliminated seconds later. The Bellas ELIMINATED SASHA (27). Could WWE be more obvious in telegraphing these eliminations? Nope.

    Asuka fought against the Bellas with success, kicking them both as they kneeled in mid-ring. Asuka tossed Brie over the top rope, but Brie held on. Nikki attacked Asuka from behind and then lifted her and gave her a face plant. Nikki then turned on Brie and knocked her off the top rope to ELIMINATE BRIE (28). Nikki charged at Asuka, but Asuka blocked her. Then Asuka landed a top rope missile dropkick. Nikki came back with a kick. Both went down. Nikki got up first. Nikki dropped Asuka over the top rope. She gave Asuka a forearm to the face. Asuka dropped to the edge of the ring. She Nikki charged, Asuka kicked her and then used her leg to leverage Nikki backwards over the top rope onto the ring apron. They both landed on the ring apron. Nikki hit Asuka, but Asuka kicked Nikki’s ankle and sent her to the floor to ELIMINATE NIKKI (29). Graves wondered which champion Asuka would challenge for WrestleMania.

    WINNER: Asuka in 59:00.

    That was very good. I think it was a suitable PPV main event with a good mix of nostalgia and star power, in the end, the right wrestler won.

    -After the match, Bliss and Charlotte entered the ring and stood next to Asuka. Charlotte, totally needlessly, had the highest heels. Asuka looked at both of them. Charlotte raised her belt. Bliss raised her belt.

    Suddenly Ronda Rousey’s music played and she came out with Roddy Piper’s “Hot Rod” lettering. The three women in the ring looked over at the stage. Graves said, “The rumors are true.” Cole: “Ronda Rousey is here!” Stephanie said she is speechless. Rousey walked out with a big smile on her face. Maria introduced her. She stepped into the ring. Rousey pointed at the WrestleMania sign. The fans chanted “Holy sh–!” She stayed at Charlotte, then offered a handshake to Asuka. Asuka slapped her hand. Rousey smiled, pointed at the sign again, and her music played. Cole said Stephanie has no idea what Rousey is doing here other than pointing at the WrestleMania sign. Rousey left the ring.

    Rousey circled the ring and then offered a handshake to Stephanie. Stephanie accepted it apprehensively. Rousey smiled and walked away, slapping hands with fans at ringside. Cole said news was breaking on social media that Rousey agreed to join WWE “as a full time superstar,” reports ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne.
    Last edited by Arcademan; 01-28-2018 at 11:24 PM. Reason: Final update.

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    holy shit we got some big ROH news

    Kenny Omega vs Cody Rhodes at ROH Supercard of Honor XII

    Honor Club launch is imminent:
    Ring of Honor is proud to officially announce HonorClub.
    With the imminent launch of HonorClub, the Ringside Membership will be deprecated to make way for this new and improved HonorClub. In addition to live streaming ROH Pay Per Views and On Tour events, and a vast on demand library, HonorClub will be the destination to connect wrestling fans with exclusive content, offers, and more.

    LIVE STREAMING & VOD

    Ring of Honor will begin live streaming ROH On Tour events! Live events will also be accessible anytime as part of the VOD library which also includes complete access to the ROH TV Archive, and the VOD Vault containing historical events, compilations, interviews, and more. Standard Memberships will include a 50% discount on ROH’s major Pay Per Views when bought digitally, however an Annual VIP Membership will include all Pay Per Views for FREE!

    EXCLUSIVE FEATURES

    HonorClub memberships also include exclusive access to all ROH event ticket pre-sales and 15% off all ROH-branded products in the ROH Pro Shop, in addition to any other discounts or sales. Many fans have also asked about the ROH Forum, and even though there is a large world of social media, there is nothing like having an intimate ROH community to engage with. The ROH Forum returns as an exclusive to HonorClub members!

    PRICING & RINGSIDE MEMBERSHIP ROLLOVER

    Ringside Members will automatically become an HonorClub member until their subscription expires. At that time, previous members can decide how they would like to proceed with their HonorClub membership. The various plans will include both monthly and annual options for the Standard Membership. Fans can choose whether they would like to pay $9.99 per month or a discounted $99.99 for the entire year. However, for the ultimate Ring of Honor experience, fans will have the option to purchase an Annual VIP membership for just $119.99. This package includes all of the wonderful features of the Standard Membership, but it also gives you free access to all ROH Pay Per Views!

    HOW TO ACCESS HONORCLUB

    At initial launch, HonorClub will be available on your computer or personal device through ROHWrestling.com.

    HonorClub will also be available through the new ROH App on Android and iOS, and channels on Roku, Apple TV, and Android TV as a Beta version for select fans. In an effort to provide fans with a quality user experience, these platforms will be tested thoroughly during this phase with an official launch coming very soon.
    Long story short, for $120 bucks per year you get every ROH PPV, iPPV, VOD show, and TV episode in addition to their content vault, exclusive access to an official ROH forum, 15% discount on all merch at the ROH shop, and exclusive access to ticket pre-sales. And also, VOD shows will be livestreamed so every ROH show except weekly TV will now be available live.

    You can also do a monthly subscription for $10/month, but if you do this you don't get the major PPVs for free. Instead you get a 50% discount.

    This is a massive, massive price decrease versus buying every VOD show, iPPV, and PPV individually. I think if you bought every one last year it would have cost over $600 to watch everything, if not more.

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    All Japan Pro Wrestling is also launching a streaming service in early March. That's good news, because their shows have been well received lately but can be pretty hard to track down online.

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    "Everything will surely be all right." 「絶対大丈夫だよ。」, "Zettai daijōbu da yo."
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    Jeff Jarrett has officially become Ryback.

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    Free live stream of tomorrow night's ROH show, Honor Reigns Supreme. Last year this show was $20

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    About 45 minutes until the free stream.

    Here are the ROH weeklies from the last two weeks

    Last week's Women of Honor Wednesday:


    Last week's Throwback Thursday:


    Last week's Future of Honor Friday:


    This week's Women of Honor Wednesday is a throwback match:


    This week's Throwback Thursday:


    No Future of Honor this week.

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    Tenille Dashwood, AKA Emma, just debuted at Honor Reigns Supreme. She's in a tag match later tonight and is the 16th and final entrant in the Women of Honor Championship Tournament.

    This is a very solid get for ROH.

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    JUSHIN THUNDER LIGER VS REY MYSTERIO

    This is like, the biggest possible cruiserweight match you can do. Glad we're getting to see it one more time before Liger retires. After this I'd love to see Rey take on Kushida, Flip Gordon, Will Ospreay, Hiromu Takahashi, or Dragon Lee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajflutie View Post
    I really thought we were going to get a Charlotte Flair vs. Ronda Rousey at WM this year.

    The whole "im going to headline WM" speech I thought was a foreshadow.

    Ronda has said she wanted to be the Divas champ in an interview. I think her losing her title might have killed the weight this match would of had.
    So when she came out at RR it made me remember this post from 2 years ago. Hope WWE doesn't botch this as I already thought her point gimmick was botchy.

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    She has no business having her first ever match at Wrestlemania. She's only in WWE because her MMA career is over and her movie career never took off.

    It's a slap in the face to the entire roster.

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    I'm very much not a Ronda fan. Kind of glad she's going to be in a throwaway match against Steph and Hunter (she's getting a mystery partner, I assume it'll be Travis Browne, her husband and also a recent WWE signee/former shitty UFC fighter). Apparently Charlotte tried to convince creative to let her have the Ronda match but they're making her stick with Asuka.

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    They're gonna give Ronda a star to team with. Probably Kurt Angle, but maybe The Rock if whatever movie he's working on right now doesn't flip out over the insurance costs.

    I sure as shit ain't watching.

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