Bragging Rights Tag

Posted On June 30, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

John Cena’s Greatest Matches, Maxine Removed, WWE Discount Code

- The WWE website features an article on John Cena’s 50 greatest matches. Topping the list was his match with Edge at Unforgiven in 2006, followed by a match he had with Shawn Michaels on RAW, in third was his match with Randy Orton at Bragging Rights in 2009 and his match with Triple H at WrestleMania 22 in fourth. – WWE have already removed Maxine’s profile from their website. – You can get $10 off orders of $70 or more through the end of the month using code WWESAVE10Read More

Posted On January 19, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Ratings For RAW, More Changes To WWE’s 2012 PPV Schedule

– Monday’s WWE RAW Supershow drew a 3.0 rating with 4,279,000 viewers, up from last week. Hour 1 drew a 3.0 and Hour 2 drew a 3.03 – so RAW actually broke the trend of losing viewership in the second hour. — WWE has made another change to their 2012 pay-per-view schedule, according to the event listing. The Fatal 4 Way pay-per-view has replaced Bragging Rights for the month of June. It also appears the annual Tables, Ladders & Chairs pay-per-view from has been scrapped from December, as Bragging RightsRead More
Jim Ross stated on his official website today that a “major announcement” will be made Tuesday concerning THQ’s annual WWE video game series, SmackDown vs. Raw. “Arguably the biggest news to date from WWE on the video game front,” Ross wrote. The announcement is that the title of the annual WWE video game, SmackDown vs. Raw, will cease to exist. The rumored new name of the game is WWE ’12, a year that will change annually. THQ made the decision to change the title of the game because they feltRead More
– Donna Goldsmith, Chief Operating Officer of WWE, announced this week she would be leaving the organization effective Feb. 28. Many within WWE were shocked by her resignation and it’s been speculated that it is due in part to the company’s disappointing fourth quarter earnings. Goldsmith was regarded as the second most powerful person in the company, since Linda McMahon stepped down from her position as CEO in September 2009 to launch a self-financed Senate campaign. — The latest issue of Power Slam reports that Triple H’s return to WWERead More

Posted On November 26, 2010By PWMania.com StaffIn News

WWE Lists Hell In A Cell & Bragging Rights PPV Buyrates

WWE recently published the preliminary numbers for the “Hell In A Cell” and “Bragging Rights” pay-per views on their official corporate website. WWE listed Hell In A Cell as over 200,000 PPV buys, while Bragging Rights is mentioned as drawing less than 150,000 buys. For more information, visit Corporate.WWE.com.Read More

Posted On November 10, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

HBK Comments On Old School Raw, Bragging Rights News, More

– Shawn Michaels, who was featured in a promotional commercial Monday promoting next week’s “Old School” episode of Raw, responded to those who asked if he would be appearing on the show. “For those asking, I will not be at the old school RAW as best I know,” he wrote on Twitter. “Do I already qualify as “Old School?” If so…SWEET!!!” — There was a late push to amplify Bragging Rights because members of creative felt it was a flat show going in. Vince McMahon, however, made the decision toRead More

Posted On November 4, 2010By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Update; The Undertaker Set To Undergo Surgery This Week

F4WOnline.com is reporting that The Undertaker is set to undergo shoulder surgery this week for a torn rotator cuff. As we exclusively reported awhile back, the fear within WWE is that The Undertaker will not be fully recovered in time for WrestleMania next year. Originally, WWE had creative plans in place for The Undertaker to lost the Buried Alive match to Kane at Survivor Series, but as Taker’s shoulder pain continued to worsen, the decision was made to run the Buried Alive match at Bragging Rights instead so that TakerRead More

Posted On November 4, 2010By Jim LaMottaIn Columns

Dr. Wrestling:What’s next for The Nexus?

The WWE’s most memorable angle in recent memory took place a few months ago on Raw when the rookies of NXT stormed the ring and actually tore down part of the ring, which had never been done before on WWE TV. The wrestling world was a buzz, but soon that buzz would shift after Daniel Bryan was released for using a tie to choke a ring announcer. A few months later, Bryan is back and the group known has Nexus has struggled to maintain steam as a formidable group inRead More
– Jerry Lawler’s flight to Minneapolis for Bragging Rights caught on fire and had to make an emergency landing in Syracuse, New York. The WWE Hall of Famer made mention of it during the pay-per-view broadcast. — The unique manner in which Daniel Bryan is being promoted on television — as a “nerd” character — is the brainchild of Vince McMahon. When Michael Cole chastises the United States Champion over commentary, it’s largely the WWE Chairman feeding Cole lines than Cole developing his own insults. — Evan Bourne is hopefulRead More

Posted On October 27, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

New WWE Signing, McIntyre Reveals His Dream Opponent, More

– Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre revealed in an interview with WWE Magazine that his dream opponent is The Undertaker as he would put his cherished hair on the line for a chance to break his undefeated streak at WrestleMania. “Undertaker and The Streak—a Hair vs. Streak Match. I would absolutely risk my hair for a chance to break ‘Taker’s record,” he replied in response to a question asking who he would put his hair on the line against and what type of match. “Even if I lost, I’dRead More
– A fan asked Randy Orton over the weekend on Twitter whether he has plans to open a YouTube Channel. “The Viper” snarked, “And do what? Eat grapes?” Orton’s comment is in reference to Matt Hardy posting a video entry last month on YouTube of himself eating grapes while “shooting from the hip” on his uncertain status — at the time — with World Wrestling Entertainment. — According to a fan seated behind the stage for the Buried Alive Match at Bragging Rights, a stairwell was built into the theRead More
– Following tonight’s Raw broadcast in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Randy Orton defeated Wade Barrett to retain the WWE Championship. — The December 2010 issue of WWE Magazine, which officially hits newsstands tomorrow, features a candid interview with Evan Bourne. The aerialist delivers news on his new RKO-proof high-risk maneuver, praises The Miz for his work ethic, whether he’s had his greatest match yet, and much more. In response to fans who argue that he’s too small to main event a WWE pay-per-view, the Raw Superstar warned: “Well, those people obviouslyRead More

Posted On October 25, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

Injury Notes On Undertaker & CM Punk, SD Star Returning Soon

– Beth Phoenix, who has been out of action since May due to a torn ACL, is expected to return to the road for the SmackDown brand within the next few weeks. — Some believed CM Punk may have injured his hip or back during his bout at Bragging Rights, but it’s a non-issue. — As reported earlier, The Undertaker will have his lingering shoulder injury, which has forced him to take time off from the road, diagnosed this week. WWE back by the Royal Rumble to kick off hisRead More
– Numerous terms relating to tonight’s Bragging Rights pay-per-view were trending UK topics on Twitter including Wade Barrett, #braggingrights, #teamsmackdown, RKO, WWE Bragging, Mysterio, Reks, Bearer, Sheamus, Cena, Santino, Goldust, Maryse, LayCool, Buried Alive, Aksana, DiBiase, Team Raw and Hornswoggle. — The Undertaker is featured on the cover of WWE’s Hell in a Cell DVD, which is set for release on Nov. 2. To view the cover, click here. — Former WWE performers Perry Satullo (a/k/a Perry Saturn), Bill Irwin (a/k/a The Goon) and Greg Gagne were backstage visiting formerRead More

Posted On October 25, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

WWE Nixes Barrett Title Win, Ziggler Comments On Ring Name

– DolphZiggler.com recently conducted a candid interview with the Intercontinental Champion himself. He answered questions on how it feels as champion to be listed among some of the greatest Superstars in sports entertainment, whether his law degree level education at Kent State has come in handy backstage in the WWE locker room, working with Vickie Guerrero, and much more. When asked to give his take on his ring name drawing comparisons to that of the lead character in the infamous skin flick Boogie Nights, Dirk Diggler, he responded: “I’m sureRead More

Posted On October 24, 2010By Steven PachecoIn Columns

One Count Kickout – Bragging Rights is a Bomb

Analyzing the concept behind Bragging Rights and WWE's failure to commit the time and energy in building it up.Read More

Posted On October 24, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

Match Added To Bragging Rights, WWE’s Divas Title Renamed

– The WWE website has announced that Goldust will square off against Ted DiBiase at tonight’s Bragging Rights pay-per-view. Both Aksana and Maryse will be in their respective man’s corners. — WWE has ceased referencing the Divas Championship as the “Unified Divas Championship.” The championship went under the latter name after Michelle McCool won a Title Unification Match at Night of Champions to “unify” both the WWE Divas and Women’s Titles. — In a first, real-life wife and husband tandem Michelle McCool and The Undertaker are simultaneously featured as theRead More

Posted On October 24, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

Change To Tonight’s Team Raw vs. Team SmackDown Match

It was previously noted on television that the Team Raw vs. Team SmackDown Tag Team Match at Bragging Rights would not be an Elimination Match. The WWE website now confirms that the 7-on-7 bout will be an Elimination Match, like the Team WWE vs The Nexus duel at SummerSlam. Below is the updated card for tonight’s pay-per-view: WWE Championship Match Randy Orton (c) vs. Wade Barrett (with John Cena) Buried Alive Match for the World Heavyweight Championship Kane (c) vs. The Undertaker WWE Bragging Rights Tag Team Elimination Match TeamRead More

Posted On October 23, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

New Survivor Series Poster Released, Bragging Rights Change

– The promotional poster for Survivor Series has been updated to solely feature Wade Barrett. The previous poster featured the seven member slate of Nexus; two of which are inactive due to injury (Skip Sheffield and Michael Tarver), while Darren Young is no longer affiliated with the group. — It was announced on Friday’s SmackDown that Lay-Cool member Layla would defend the Divas Championship against Natalya at Bragging Rights, as opposed to Michelle McCool. The WWE website has updated its preview page for the match to reflect the announcement, removingRead More