WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar has been noticeably absent on your television set over the past few months. The last time we saw Lesnar was at Night of Champions way back in September following his complete obliteration of John Cena at SummerSlam. Cena won the match via DQ after some interference from Seth Rollins, and we haven’t seen the WWE’s most prized possession...
It was the year of the WWE Network and the year of Batista’s brief return. It was the year The Shield broke up and Bray Wyatt was, for what feels like a fleeting moment now, the coolest thing in pro wrestling.
Wrestlers like Brock Lesnar followed as did Shelton Benjamin. If there wasn’t a Kurt Angle, neither of these two mayhave enjoyed success in a business geared more toward predetermination than thinking on their feet.
Vince McMahon and Stone Cold Steve Austin got back together for a unique venture on the WWE Network. Austin interviewed McMahon on a live podcast and in classic fashion, combined for a fun and entertaining production.
Can we just get this over with already? Can Brock Lesnar finally leave the WWE so John Cena or Seth Rollins or Judy Bloom can win the damn WWE World Title and put an end to all this madness?
The quarterly Brock Lesnar to UFC rumors have reared their ugly head again. Thanks to UFC boss Dana White, the hot topic is back in conversation and according to the UFC president, it is a real possibility.
When Brock Lesnar beat John Cena in convincing fashion at SummerSlam I thought that was the beginning of a monster, albeit part time and limited appearance, run leading into WrestleMania where the likelihood would be that he would drop the title if the right challenger was available. The booking of Lesnar going into that SummerSlam match was so remarkably strong that it made the...
So the fact that he’s young, hungry, over with the crowd and fully inline with the WWE machine should bode well for him. The fact that he’s also Mister Money in the Bank should practically guarantee his future is in good hands.
The Internet went crazy last week with comments made by Stone Cold Steve Austin about a WWE return. While that may still be possible down the line, Austin is quick to temper your expectations for WrestleMania 31.
Early indications following WWE Night of Champions is that Hell in a Cell would see a Triple Threat match in the main-event. A new report indicates a different direction and a card that makes little to no sense coming out of N.O.C.
It appears the company that helped make Brock Lesnar one of the most feared wrestlers and heels of all time may need to be concerned more about his health more than they are about which performer will face the beast next.
The WWE is blowing it…but you probably already knew that coming out of Monday night. The WWE will never an opportunity again to build around someone like Brock Lesnar yet they are doing their best to make sure that their investment pays very little dividends.
WWE Night of Champions is coming up on Sunday, September 21. The event features Brock Lesnar defending the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against former titleholder John Cena. Roman Reigns will face former Shield teammate Seth Rollins and Chris Jericho will square off against Randy Orton.
Brock Lesnar’s reign as WWE World Heavyweight Champion has already been one of the more refreshing reigns in recent WWE history. Why? Well, simply put, it reminds us of the old school WWF days. We don’t need to see our champion every Monday night on RAW, and we certainly don’t need to see him Friday night on Smackdown. The champion should be held in a much higher regard.
There has been plenty of arguments over a part-time Brock Lesnar being the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and whether or not that would be best for business. In recent history, the champion has been on Raw almost every week and definitely defends the title on every pay-per-view. But with Lesnar as champion and his contract, the belief was that we would see a lot more of his advocate...
The WWE Night of Champions 2014 main-event just got a bit more unpredictable. According to a new report, the WWE and Brock Lesnar have come to terms on an agreement that could keep the WWE world title around Brock’s waist for a very long time.
At SummerSlam Brock Lesnar became a four-time WWE Champion, He’s the youngest WWE champion in the history of the company, winner of the Royal Rumble, King of the Ring and he’s the only one to ever defeat The Undertaker at WrestleMania.
It’s the WWE Raw recap podcast with Brian and Steve as they talk (some) about the show from Monday night including the divas domination of the program, John Cena trying to hold onto his title shot against Brock Lesnar at Night of Champions, Bo Dallas getting TV time again, a couple of decent segments and more including the invite to Michael Sam for next week’s show.
John Cena never resonated with me.
When he came into the WWE my interest had begun to wane. I was not alone. The WWE saw the shift, and switched directions to what became known as the “PG Era”. Cena was at the forefront of that movement, and for many young fans he caught on.
His in-ring work never blew me away. His mic work never wowed me. When I would tune in sporadically,...
Please indulge me a bit as I must speak about the ongoing, committed cycle the WWE is running around – trying to please its fans without getting anywhere. I think that happens to be the definition of idiocy, but I would not want to accuse Vince McMahon and his cronies of such a title.
Brian and Steve are back with the WWE Raw recap podcast as they talk about the show from Monday night including the never-been-better John Cena, legends making their return, the Nikki and Bella sisters square off, who was missing and where they could be going with upcoming matches, a theory on the Brock Lesnar / John Cena match at Night of Champions, fresher faces and how they are...
Is there a better manager/heel duo in the history of professional wrestling than Paul Heyman and his client – and the current WWE World Champion, Brock Lesnar?
Last night during WWE Main Event on the WWE Network broadcast, it was announced that John Cena will indeed invoke his rematch clause. That rematch for Brock Lesnar’s WWE World Heavyweight title will take place next month in Nashville and serve as the headliner for the Night of Champions PPV.
If you were looking for the fight advertised between Cena and Lesnar at SummerSlam it was...
Announced during tonight’s WWE Main Event, WWE COO Triple H announced that John Cena has invoked his rematch clause and will face WWE world heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar at WWE Night of Champions.
Cena and Lesnar competed two days ago in the main event of Summerslam, with Lesnar dominating Cena to win the championship. Lesnar tossed Cena like a ragdog throughout the match including...
Going into WWE SummerSlam, there were three things that I felt had to happen. Brock Lesnar had to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. From top to bottom, I thought SummerSlam was an entertaining show. Here are my lessons learned from Sunday.