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Coming out of last week, which was a semi disappointing episode with no great in ring action, this week looks to up that as Tyler Bate takes on A-Kid for the Heritage Cup. AVERAGE: Rampage Brown defeated Wolfgang in a decent match to open the show as part of the friendly rivalry between Brown and Gallus. Result – Rampage Brown wins Dakota Cohen WR Star Rating – 3 Stars GREAT: An awesome video package was shown for Aoife Valkyrie, who hasn’t been seen since her undefeated streak was ended by Meiko Satomura. This was about her growing and not giving…

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WWE could be dropping their ThunderDome in the near future. Recently, reports emerged stating that WWE would be resuming their live touring schedule in July, with Money In The Bank kicking off their highly anticipated return. Last year’s Money In The Bank pay-per-view was potentially WWE’s most unique choice during the pandemic, with the company opting to use their Headquarters as the location for the Money In the Bank ladder match. This year will be much different, as per Sports Illustrated. Last Years Money In The Bank – Photo Credit: WWE WWE will be holding this year’s Money In The…

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Photo Credit – WWE Velveteen Dream was released by WWE earlier today according to PWInsider. Dream, real name Patrick Clarke, signed with the WWE in 2015 and quickly became a fan favourite after appearing on the WWE Reality Show ‘Tough Enough’. However, in 2020 several allegations came to light about the actions of Patrick Clarke, including a voice message of him asking a minor what school they went to. In late 2020 Triple H clarified that WWE found nothing in their investigation into Dream. Sean Ross Sapp has noted that Velveteen Dream hadn’t been at many NXT tapings as of…

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WWE have already shuffled their pay-per-view calendar from their original schedule this year, with Hell In A Cell taking place in June for the first time ever, instead of its usual spot later in the year. Next month’s pay-per-view could be the last inside the ThunderDome, with plans for WWE to resume touring in July, kicking off with Money In The Bank. Last year’s show took place from the WWE Headquarters in a widely praised production. Last year’s Money In The Bank ladder match took place from the WWE Headquarters. A recent commercial advertising Peacock, current home of the WWE…

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Earlier today it was reported by Sean Ross Sapp that Alexander Wolfe, Drake Wuertz and Jake Clemons were released by WWE. It now seems like Vanessa Borne, Jessamine Duke, Skyler Story (Brandi Lauren), Kaviti Devi & Ezra Judge have joined them. In an update to his original report, Sean Ross Sapp has revealed that Vanessa Borne, Kavita Devi, and Jessamyn Duke have also been let go by the company. Jessamyn Duke is the most notable of these names, being part of the four horsewomen of MMA, along with Ronda Rousey, Shayne Baszler and Marina Shafir. Many fans had speculated she…

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Multiple sources including Sean Ross Sapp Of Fightful, are reporting that NXT Star Alexander Wolfe along with NXT referees Drake Wuertz and Jake Clemmons have been released from the company as well as others. Wuertz has recently faced a lot of controversy for his personal views on social media, and was suspended from WWE earlier in the year. WrestleVotes were the first to report this story, but barely any details were given, when they simply tweeted ‘Hearing the WWE PC had a busy morning….’ https://twitter.com/wrestlevotes/status/1395078816620503049?s=21 Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful then followed this up by revealing that Drake Wuertz had…

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In front of Pro Wrestling Fans, Shinsuke Nakamura is the most unique and decorated Japanese superstars in the history of wrestling. However, even the career of the most decorated one can have its ups and downs. Nakamura is still waiting for his big moment in the company that everyone “dreams” of right now, WWE. Shinsuke Nakamura was called up from the Black & Gold brand to the main roster in April 2017, where he interrupted The Miz & Maryse. Since then he has won a lot in WWE. He won the 2018 Men’s royal rumble, where he eliminated Roman Reigns…

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The Miz reportedly suffered the first major injury of his WWE career at WrestleMania Backlash, meaning he could potentially be out of action for 6-9 months in the worst case scenario. On last nights edition of Wrestling Obsever Radio, reliable professional wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer reported that The Miz suffered a torn ACL during his match against Damian Priest at this past Sundays WWE PPV event. Meltzer did note note how bad the tear was, however if surgery is needed it’s likely that the Miz will be out of action for six to nine months based on the timeframe for…

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After a really enjoyable PPV Monday Night Raw looks to keep the ball rolling with this episode. Can they live up to the hype with this episode. GOOD: Monday Night Raw started off with The Almighty WWE champion Bobby Lashley and MVP. MVP started talking about how dominant Lashley looked. MVP said that he got put through an LED screen and still won. MVP then said that he was even hurt. MVP said his knuckles were broken because how bad he beat both of them. MVP then said that Lashley is doing an open challenge tonight and before MVP could finish…

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WWE’s return to live touring could also mean the refresh of their entrance stages, according to a new report. Prior to the pandemic, WWE debuted new sets for both Raw and SmackDown, however after they were forced to relocate to the Performance Center, the company opted for a simpler stage which they used for both shows. Andrew Zarian of ‘Mat Men Pro Wrestling’, who was first to break the news of NXT moving to Tuesday nights, reports that WWE are working on new sets for both Raw and SmackDown, and whilst it wasn’t noted when these will debut, it’s likely…

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