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Posted On June 19, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

ThunderStruck: Raw Analysis 06/18/12

Mick Foley opens Raw. He says former people in charge of Raw will get a shot at running both Raw and Smackdown. Foley announces Kane and Daniel Bryan to take on CM Punk and Sheamus. He introduces John Laurinaitis to give his farewell address. JL says he booked the main event for tonight before he was fired. He says he booked Cena against himself, Big Show, and David Otunga in a handicap match. He tells Foley to have a nice day and walks out. ^I love Mick Foley! Good openingRead More

Posted On June 19, 2012By StaffIn News

Detailed Report Of What Happened After WWE RAW Went Off-Air

After this week’s WWE Raw Supershow went off the air, the Big Show returned and entered the ring. He started to beat John Cena but Cena countered with the Attitude Adjustment. Cena never got the pun but his music hit. Big Show then moved his attention to John Laurinaitis, putting is shirt over his head and slapped him on the chest a few times to where Show received a mixed reaction. Laurinaitis attempted to leave to the back, but Cena said that this isn’t how we end the night andRead More

Posted On June 18, 2012By StaffIn News

John Laurinaitis “Fired” By Vince McMahon At WWE No Way Out

As the storyline goes, by John Cena defeating the Big Show in their steel cage match at Sunday’s WWE No Way Out pay-per-view, John Laurinaitis was “fired” from the company, Mr. McMahon made the “termination” official following Cena’s victory.Read More

Posted On June 17, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

The Smark’s Remarks: WWE No Way Out Predictions

Our No Way Out Predictions are here! This month I’m joined by Mike Lightning, KP, and Jace D. Ace. I’m really excited to have this team put together to do our monthly predictions! The card has seven matches total, so let’s get to it! YouTube Pre-Show Match: Brodus Clay vs. David Otunga ML: So, David Otunga gets the tall task of trying to end Brodus Clay’s “undefeated” streak since his return. It seems that these pre-show matches continually decline in match quality and this one is no different. Brodus hasRead More
As noted before, the June 11th WWE RAW Supershow did a 3.23 cable rating with 4.65 million viewers over three-hours. The usual two hours did a 3.46 rating with 4.99 million viewers. The show opened with Vince McMahon returning at a 2.88 rating, well above the usual start of a three-hour RAW. Tensai vs. Sheamus lost 415,000 viewers while Tensai attacking Sakomoto, Big Show knocking out R-Truth and Vince’s segment with Teddy Long and John Laurinaitis gained 146,000 viewers. Santino Marella and Layla vs. Beth Phoenix and Ricardo Rodriguez andRead More

Posted On June 13, 2012By StaffIn News

*Spoiler* Huge Stipulation Added To WWE No Way Out Main Event

It was announced on this week’s WWE Smackdown television taping that if John Cena loses to Big Show at No Way Out on Sunday, he’ll be “fired” from the company. The stipulation announced on Monday’s three-hour Raw Supershow was, if Big Show lost, John Laurinaitis would be “fired.” Therefore, based on the outcome of Big Show vs. Cena at No Way Out on Sunday, either Cena or Laurinaitis will be “fired.”Read More

Posted On June 12, 2012By StaffIn News

Live Report & More Off-Air Notes From This Week’s WWE RAW

Thanks to Matthew Cannata the following: – The place was sold out. There didn’t seem like an empty seat in the areas that weren’t blocked off. – The crowd was hot and cold throughout the night. It kind of seemed to be lacking energy. I really think WWE will have issues with a 3-hour-raw. It’s hard to keep a live crowd’s attention for that long. – The Japanese wrestler who got squashed by Ryback was actually a co-worker of people sitting next to me. – When Tensai was beating upRead More
- WWE’s website has a new storyline article up wondering if Vince McMahon will be cleared to appear at Sunday’s No Way Out pay-per-view. They also speculate that Big Show may face disciplinary action, despite his iron-clad contract from John Laurinaitis. – As noted before, Triple H will be appearing at No Way Out to speak about his future and the situation with Brock Lesnar. Sources in WWE do not expect Lesnar to be there live but his status for the pay-per-view is not confirmed. (Partial source: More

Posted On June 12, 2012By StaffIn News

WWE Reports “Concussion-like Symptoms” For Vince McMahon

WWE posted the following update on Vince McMahon after he took the knockout punch from Big Show on RAW last night: HARTFORD, CONN. – Mr. McMahon is being evaluated by medical personnel and treated for concussion-like symptoms due to a head injury sustained at the hands of Big Show on Raw SuperShow Monday night, WWE officials report. The injury occurred during the show’s final moments, when The World’s Largest Athlete knocked out the WWE Chairman with a WMD that appeared to be intended for John Cena. Mr. McMahon regained consciousnessRead More

Posted On June 12, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

ThunderStruck: Raw Analysis 06/11/12

Raw opens with John Laurinaitis and Vince McMahon. Sheamus comes out and tells Vince he wants JL fired. JL tells Sheamus that he’ll be sorry for the things he said about him. Vince tells JL that he better be impressed by the show or he’ll be firing him at the end of the night. Vince pushes JL’s people power scooter off the stage. ^Vince is back for the ratings. I do believe that people would tune in just to see Vince, and I guess that makes me wonder just howRead More

Posted On June 12, 2012By StaffIn News

Stipulation Added To WWE No Way Out Main Event; Updated Card

Vince McMahon announced on this week’s three-hour WWE RAW Supershow that he would be at ringside with John Laurinaitis when Big Show faces John Cena at No Way Out. If Show doesn’t win, he would fire Laurinaitis. Below is the latest card for Sunday’s WWE No Way Out: Steel Cage Match Big Show vs. John Cena Vince McMahon & John Laurinaitis at ringside. If Show doesn’t win, Laurinaitis gets fired. WWE Title Match Daniel Bryan vs. Kane vs. CM Punk(c) World Heavyweight Title Match Sheamus(c) vs. Dolph Ziggler WWE IntercontinentalRead More

Posted On June 11, 2012By StaffIn News

Sheamus’ New Opponent For No Way Out Revealed; Updated Card

Alberto Del Rio’s replacement as the number one contender was named on Monday’s WWE RAW. Dolph Ziggler defeated The Great Khali, Jack Swagger and Christian in a Battle Royal Elimination match to become the new number one contender for Sheamus’ WWE World Championship at Sunday’s WWE No Way Out pay-per-view. Here is the updated card for the event: Steel Cage Match Big Show vs. John Cena WWE Title Match Daniel Bryan vs. Kane vs. CM Punk(c) World Heavyweight Title Match Sheamus(c) vs. Dolph Ziggler WWE Intercontinental Title Match Cody RhodesRead More

Posted On June 11, 2012By StaffIn News, Results

WWE RAW Results – June 11, 2012

- Tonight’s WWE RAW Supershow opens up with the normal opening video. We’re live from the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut as the pyro goes off and Michael Cole welcomes us to RAW. Justin Roberts introduces John Laurinaitis and out he comes to the ring. Laurinaitis goes to introduce himself to everyone when No Chance hits and out comes Vince McMahon to a big pop from the crowd. Vince won’t shake his hand because he doesn’t know where it’s been. Vince wants to get right to the job evaluation. VinceRead More

Posted On June 9, 2012By StaffIn News

New Match Added To WWE No Way Out; Updated Card

- Following Friday night’s WWE SmackDown, here’s the updated card for WWE’s No Way Out pay-per-view: Steel Cage Match Big Show vs. John Cena WWE Title Match Daniel Bryan vs. Kane vs. CM Punk World Heavyweight Title Match Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio WWE Intercontinental Title Match Cody Rhodes vs. ChristianRead More

Posted On June 8, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

CM Punk Being Switched From RAW To SmackDown House Shows

WWE has made arrangements for CM Punk to switch from Raw brand house shows, to Smackdown brand house shows. With the recent suspension of Randy Orton, the Smackdown brand tour would have been suffering with top star power without the necessary changes. These changes will go into effect on June 23rd for the Smackdown show in Springfield, IL, where Punk, Daniel Bryan, Sheamus and Alberto Del Rio will be used as the Smackdown brand headliners. John Cena and Big Show will be used as the Raw headliners. This change willRead More

Posted On June 7, 2012By StaffIn News

WWE RAW World Tour Results From Seville, Spain – June 7, 2012

WWE RAW World Tour Results from Seville, Spain (6/7): * Zack Ryder defeated Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero) with the Rough Ryder. * Alex Riley defeated Curt Hawkins by TKO. * WWE Divas champion Layla defeated Beth Phoenix with a neckbreaker. * Mason Ryan defeated Michael McGuilicutty with the jackhammer. * John Cena defeated Big Show, Tensai and John Laurinaitis in a handicap match. Show knocked out Tensai with the WMD punch, Cena took out Big Show and nailed Tensai with the AA. * US Champion Santino retained the titleRead More

Posted On June 5, 2012By StaffIn News, Videos

Video: WWE RAW Backstage Fallout – June 4, 2012

Kofi Kingston and R-Truth talk about their win one week after being battered by Big Show.Read More

Posted On June 5, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

What Happened After RAW Went Off The Air: Big Show Appears

John Cena called out the Big Show after RAW went off the air. John Laurinaitis came out and announced a handicap match pitting himself, The Big Show and David Otunga against Cena. Cena won the match after hitting Otunga with an AA to get the win. Show never tagged in to the match. After the match, Cena nailed Laurinaitis with an AA as well.Read More
Tonight’s WWE RAW Supershow will take place from the Bi Lo Center in Greenville, South Carolina. Confirmed for tonight’s show is the return of John Cena. WWE is not advertising Brock Lesnar or Triple H for tonight’s show. Matches advertised locally include CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan and Cena vs. Big Show and John Laurinaitis in a Handicap match. WWE is teasing the following for tonight’s show: * John Cena’s response to Big Show’s previous comments and the Cage Match stipulation for No Way Out * Dolph Ziggler’s “iffy” statusRead More