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– After this week’s WWE RAW went off the air, The Undertaker slowly walked to the back and received cheers from the crowd. The post-RAW dark match featured John Cena, Ryback, and Sheamus defeating The Shield by DQ. Roman Reigns hit Cena with a chair resulting in the DQ. Afterwards, Cena, Ryback, and Shemus cleared the ring and hit their finishers to send the crowd home happy.
– Tommy Dreamer posted the following via Facebook last night: “I am in shock & disgusted. I just saw tmz.com promote Ric Flair 911 phone call abut his son. I usually enjoy the tv show & follow their website but there comes a time when journalistic integrity has to take a back seat to being a human being. I don’t understand how that is public knowledge or why people would want to hear a fathers pleas for his dying son. I know 911 records its calls but it has to be illegal for these recorded converstaions to be broadcast to the public. If it was me I would sue 911 the city & state & tmz I spoke to...
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Thanks to Ranjit Chahal for his help with these newsbits:
– Vince McMahon seems to be more open to a John Cena heel turn than he has before based on the disappointing reaction his promo received on this week’s Raw. While everyone is used to the mixed reaction, the “boring” chants caused concern.
– While he is upset that WWE opted against using him at the event in a match...
Welcome to the return of the Love/Hate column. After a couple weeks of Wrestlemania rankings, its “back to bidness here on the mothership”
Love: John Cena’s promo this past Monday night. While The Rock went to his proverbial well of catch phrases, Cena cut a heartfelt promo that made their twice in a lifetime match seem more than just a match to him....
- Below is a new clip of JBL and Michael Cole:- Before going on tour with his band Fozzy in Europe, Chris Jericho is schedule for next week’s RAW and SmackDown. Jericho is expected to be touring through the end of April, but has been added to the April 22nd live event from the 02 Arena in London, England. Jericho is not advertised for any WWE events following that date.- As noted...
Shawn Michaels reminds Triple H that he should care about his career being on the line at Wrestlemania, it’s John Cena‘s redemption against the will of the people, and CM Punk shows the ultimate disrespect.
- Earlier this morning Fandango appeared on The Opie & Anthony Show to promote WrestleMania. Fandango got lotioned up by comedian Jim Norton and got the hosts to correctly say his name before leaving. Embedded in the video below is footage of his appearance.
- WWE sent out an interesting piece of trivia on their Twitter account about CM Punk’s Money In The Bank victories at...
Here is the likely final card for this Sunday night’s WWE WrestleMania 29 pay-per-view:
WWE Title Match:
The Rock vs. John Cena II
World Heavyweight Title Match:
Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger
No Holds Barred Match:
Triple H (w/Shawn Michaels) vs. Brock Lesnar with HHH’s career on the line.
WWE Tag Team Title Match:
Team Hell No vs. Dolph Ziggler & Big E. Langston
- To update yesterday's post, WWE representative Adam Hopkins reached out and asked that we post the following text message that WWE officials received from Paul Bearer's son Michael Moody regarding the closing segment on Monday's RAW with CM Punk and The Undertaker:
TEXT FROM MICHAEL MOODY TO WWE:
"Hey. I woke up in time to watch the tail end of the show. What...
CM Punk discussed using Paul Bearer’s death to build his match with Undertaker during an interview with The Asbury ParkPress.
“My job is to get people to be mad at me and I think I do that very well; I think I blur the lines,” Punk said. “Everything is designed to push people’s buttons – so it’s unfortunate that Percy had to die for him to be a part of this story...