Big Show Tag

- Randy Orton has been pulled from several upcoming WWE live events. He is no longer advertised for the dark main event at next month’s Buffalo, NY tapings. The match is now Big Show vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. Sheamus with Show filling in for Orton. On WWE’s upcoming tour of Canada, Orton is being replaced by Dolph Ziggler in the same matches. – Monday’s WWE RAW had a social media score of 376,761, up a sharp 18% from last week’s post-SummerSlam episode and even with two weeks ago.Read More
- According to updated numbers from WWE, this year’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view looks to have done around 200,000 buys. This is up from 195,000 in 2011 and 165,000 in 2010. – Friday’s SmackDown did a 108,482 in social media activity, according to – Hulk Hogan recently wrote that he was thinking about shaving his head bald. The Rock replied to him: “Go for it Hulk – then we’ll be twins. Hope you’re well big man. Keep on keeping on..” – Big Show is today’s featured Superstar onRead More
Brodus Clay recently spoke with The Appleton Post Crescent to promote next week’s SmackDown tapings in Green Bay. Here are some highlights: The Funkasaurus Gimmick vs. being a monster: “To be honest, that’s more of who I am. I never was the silent angry type. I’ve always had a big mouth. I’ve always been loud. Some people would say obnoxious, other people say entertaining, charming, it just depends on who you’re around. This is just more of who I am. … It’s hard to be angry all the time IRead More

Posted On August 23, 2012By Adam HopsonIn Columns

Adzop: No Universal Opinions in the WWE Universe

In days gone by, the WWE storylines have largely been based on ‘Good vs Evil’. Even during the famed ‘Attitude Era’ – prior to which, Vince McMahon himself stated that WWE’s fans were ‘tired of having their intelligence insulted’ and that ‘the era of good guys versus bad guys is definitely passé’ – we still, for the most part, had a fairly clear delineation between which guys were ‘good’ and which guys were ‘bad’ – a heel turn or a babyface turn was still recognised as a significant event, and,Read More
- The dark main event after last night’s tapings saw John Cena defeat Big Show in a No DQ match. In the middle of the match, Show cut a promo on Cena but ended up getting beat with the Attitude Adjustment. – Brodus Clay vs. Curt Hawkins was taped last night in Bakersfield, California to air on the second episode of WWE’s Saturday Morning Slam in a few weeks. Santino Marella was on commentary. – Despite being advertised, Triple H and Rey Mysterio did not work last night’s SmackDown tapingRead More
- Tonight’s WWE SmackDown tapings take place from the Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield, California. Confirmed for tonight’s show is the fallout from SummerSlam with General Manager Booker T responding to Alberto Del Rio’s formal complaint about how his match ended. WWE is advertising Triple H and John Cena for tonight’s tapings. Advertised locally is Big Show vs. John Cena in a No DQ Match. We are looking for correspondents for the tapings, so if you are attending it, please contact us by clicking here. – Shawn Michaels says he’s goingRead More
After this week’s edition of Raw went off the air, CM Punk continued to stand over Jerry Lawler for a few more minutes before looking at the crowd and “Respect” before walking to the back. The dark match main event saw The Big Show vs. John Cena in a “No-Disqualification” match. Most of the match was outside of the ring and chair being used. Show dominated most of the match with Cena eventually hitting the AA to win the match after Show missed hitting him with a chair.Read More

Posted On August 20, 2012By StaffIn News, Results

WWE Raw Results – August 20, 2012

- Tonight’s WWE RAW opens up from the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California. Out comes Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman to kick things off. Michael Cole welcomes us to RAW as Lesnar and Heyman head to the ring. Heyman takes the mic and talks about how Lesnar vs. Triple H at SummerSlam was uncomfortable to watch. Heyman goes on about how Triple H is strong but Lesnar was able to stop him. Heyman gets hyped up talking about how Lesnar forced Triple H quit on his family, the fansRead More
- Following the controversial decision in SummerSlam’s World Heavyweight Title Match, WWE announced that Alberto Del Rio has filed a “formal complaint” with SmackDown General Manager Booker T. WWE spoke with referee Mike Chioda and he admitted the mistake. Booker T has promised to address the matter on Friday’s SmackDown. – WWE’s website spoke to Big Show after the WWE Title Triple Threat following SummerSlam. Show expressed frustration that he was double teamed by CM Punk and John Cena the whole match, wondering when he will get a singles matchRead More
Kevin Nash
- Here is video of Kevin Nash discussing his recent comments about Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero: – WWE Diva Lilian Garcia turns 45 years old today while NXT star Percy Watson turns 31. – WWE has updated their advertisements for Tuesday night’s SmackDown tapings from Bakersfield, California and are hyping appearances by Triple H and Rey Mysterio. Big Show vs. John Cena is also advertised. – Hours away from the pay-per-view, Jim Ross insists he won’t be calling any matches at SummerSlam tonight. Ross says he will be watchingRead More
At last word, the plan was for WWE Champion CM Punk vs. John Cena vs. Big Show to close Sunday’s SummerSlam pay-per-view. There has been discussion of putting the title on Cena and doing Cena vs. The Rock at the Royal Rumble followed by Punk vs. Rock at WrestleMania 29. However, it’s speculated that WWE will end up going with Cena vs. Rock II at WrestleMania. With Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar not scheduled to main event, that could suggest that Lesnar is winning. There may be the feeling thereRead More
- Below is the full content listing for WWE’s new Brock Lesnar DVD and Blu-ray. The 3-Disc DVD and 2-Disc Blu-Ray will hit stores in the US on October 30. are currently offering discounts on the home video with a price guarantee and eligible for free Super Saver Shipping. You can order by clicking here. DISC 1 Growing Up Debut: Destruction King Brock Brock vs. Rock Battling the Dead Man Surviving the Big Show Wrestling Machines Backlash Stretcher Match Brock Lesnar makes his WWE Debut 18th March, 2002 “TheRead More
- As noted before, WWE Champion CM Punk will be screening his upcoming WWE DVD documentary at a movie theater in Chicago on October 7th. They will also do a panel discussion that day with some of the stars interviewed in the documentary. – Matches for today’s WWE Superstars include Damien Sandow vs. Justin Gabriel, The Usos vs. Johnny Curtis and Michael McGillicutty plus Alex Riley vs. Drew McIntyre. – WWE’s new Brock Lesnar action figure will be released as a part of their Series 25 lineup, which also includesRead More
- John Cena made an appearance at Tuesday’s WWE taping. In the post-show dark match main event following the Smackdown taping, John Cena defeated the Big Show with an AA. – Triple H also appeared at Tuesday’s taping. He delivered a pedigree to Daniel Bryan off-camera. – It was announced at this week’s SmackDown taping in Austin, TX that WWE will return to Austin for a live event on January 11th. The pre-sale password for the event is AUSCENA.Read More
Shawn Michaels was hauled out on a stretcher. After he left, Big Show came out and talked about being from Miami and how Miami had winners. He ran down Dallas before John Cena ran down and entered the ring. They fought back and forth until Cena hit a 5 Knuckle Shuffle and then an Attitude Adjustment. Big Show left and Cena talked about how Dallas was a winning town by proof of all the NBA and NHL banners hanging in the arena. He thanked us for coming and then left.Read More
Tonight’s WWE RAW takes place from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Confirmed for tonight’s show is an appearance with Shawn Michaels as the hype for Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H at SummerSlam continues. Tonight’s show will open with WWE Champion CM Punk vs. Big Show in a non-title match. WWE will be bringing back the Social Media Ambassador gimmick tonight as MTV’s DJ Pauly D will play the role. The American Airlines Center is advertising John Cena vs. Big Show in a No DQ match as the mainRead More
After WWE unceremoniously terminated A.W.’s contract Friday for what a company spokesman said was due to his continued use of offensive and inappropriate comments on live television and on social media after uttering a rape joke on the July 30 episode of Raw, the All World Promotions chief posted a barrage of vitriolic messages on Twitter blistering his former employer for what he perceives are double standards. A.W. strongly feels it is unjust that he’s now out of job when Big Show made a similar remark referencing NBA player KobeRead More

Posted On August 8, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

ThunderStruck: Raw 1002 Analysis

AJ Lee opens the show. She announces the Big Show against Randy Orton tonight, and also announces John Cena to go one on one with Daniel Bryan. CM Punk comes out and apologizes to AJ for yelling at her and she accepts. Punk then asks her to cancel the triple threat match at Summerslam and she refuses. John Cena comes out and tells Punk he’s become one of those guys that demands respect. They exchange words and Big Show interrupts. AJ stops them all and tells Punk he will beRead More

Posted On August 4, 2012By Daniel PenaIn News

Wade Barrett To Return From Injury Next Week

Wade Barrett will return to action during SmackDown’s two-show tour of Tokyo, Japan at Ryogoku Kokugika next week. Barrett has been sidelined since the February 20 Raw; he suffered a partially dislocated elbow while catching Dolph Ziggler, who was thrown out of the ring by Big Show during a battle royal. During his time away from the ring, Barrett shot a supporting role in the WWE Studios film Dead Man Down. Matches announced for the August 9 show are a 2-1 Handicap Match for World Heavyweight Championship between Sheamus, BigRead More