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Posted On April 26, 2012By StaffIn News

JR Blog: Cena vs. Lesnar At Extreme Rules, WWE Developmental

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross is back with a new blog on Here are some highlights: – FCW records three, one hour TV shows tonight at 7. I expect all three shows to feature some outstanding main events. For these kids, every match in every segment is imperative. Love the sense of urgency that these broadcasts produce for young talents looking to earn the opportunity to move up to WWE. These kids are being trained well by some dedicated individuals. I like this group as I feel theirRead More

Posted On April 25, 2012By StaffIn News

Storyline: John Laurinaitis Talks On Brock Lesnar’s Demands

WWE’s website is featuring an exclusive video of John Laurinatitis discussing the demands that Brock Lesnar made on the last Raw telecast. While John didn’t go into any exact details, he mentioned that Brock was “good for business”, likely indicating that he’d continue to side with the Minnesotan. “I’ll tell you; I’m a little bit taken aback [by] his demands and how this whole situation was handled,” Laurinaitis said. “But, I’ll figure something out. We’ll work it out. I can always work out anything. Let me make this statement: BrockRead More

Posted On April 24, 2012By StaffIn News

WWE Raw Supershow Rating For This Week’s Three-Hour Show

Last night’s three-hour episode of WWE’s RAW Supershow from Detroit, Michigan scored a 3.0 cable rating with 4,388,000 viewers over the full three hours. This week’s show did hours of 2.48, 3.22 and 3.41. During the normal two hours, RAW did a 3.3 cable rating with 4,752,000 viewers. This is up from the previous week and can be seen as a good sign for the John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar feud.Read More

Posted On April 24, 2012By StaffIn News

Lesnar & Sable At Jimmy John’s, Tag Champs On SD, Reks-Hawkins

- Tyler Reks and Curt Hawkins continue to play up their firings on Twitter and Facebook. Reks posted the following statement on his Facebook today: “Trended #2 in the UK, Trended in Australia, trended in multiple US States, but not worldwide – apparently that’s what was needed. Thanks for trying faithful fans. It’s been a good run, especially with Hawkins – but it’s officially over. Twitter still won’t let me post, so spread the word. Much love to everyone who supported us. Signing off for a while and going homeRead More

Posted On April 24, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

ThunderStruck: Raw Analysis 04/23/12

I’m going to start out by saying that I don’t have high expectations for these three hour shows. Things are usually dragged out much more with frequent commercial breaks and very little is ever accomplished. This Raw was no exception, and this column reflects on my frustration with that. Raw opens with Teddy Long standing in the ring with everything set up for the contract signing between Brock Lesnar and John Cena. He brings out Cena. He calls for Lesnar, but John Laurinaitis comes out instead. JL says Lesnar isRead More

Posted On April 23, 2012By StaffIn News

Dana White Reveals Brock Lesnar Had A WWE Clause In UFC

UFC president Dana White continued his support with Brock Lesnar returning to WWE. “It was always upfront and said in his deal that he could do the WWE,” White said at this past Saturday’s UFC 145 event. “Everything we did with that guy, nothing ever leaked out of that camp, ever leaks out of that camp,” White said. “Those guys did a deal with (WWE promoter) Vince (McMahon), and I guarantee you Vince said, ‘Keep this a secret. Don’t tell anybody.’ And he did. He never said anything. He didn’tRead More
– The April 20 episode of WWE Vintage Collection featured matches from WCW’s annual Spring Stampede pay-per-view event: British Bulldog vs. Curt Hennig (1998), Steve Austin vs. The Great Muta (1994), Chavo Guerrero vs. Ultimo Dragon (1998), Diamond Dallas Page vs. “Macho Man” Randy Savage (1997). — is counting down the top 50 tag teams in WWE history all week long. #50 – 41 is is now online. also revealed the criteria for determining the rankings. Only WWE teams were eligible whereas duos who also competed outside ofRead More

Posted On April 23, 2012By StaffIn News, Specials

Photo: New WWE Extreme Rules Poster Featuring Lesnar & Cena

Below is the new poster for WWE Extreme Rules, which now features Brock Lesnar and John Cena. The old poster, featured Kane.Read More

Posted On April 23, 2012By StaffIn News

UFC President Dana White Supporting Brock Lesnar’s WWE Return

During the post-UFC 145 press conference on Saturday night in Atlanta, UFC president Dana White said that he supports Brock Lesnar returning to WWE. “When he did the deal with the WWE, all the rumblings started with you guys,” White told reporters. “He never called me. He never told me. He didn’t have to. It was always up front and said in his deal, he could do the WWE.” White added, “I’m happy for him. To do what he did in the WWE, came here and did what he did,Read More

Posted On April 23, 2012By StaffIn News

Paul Heyman Sets The Record Straight On Helping Brock Lesnar

- As previously reported, Mark Madden recently stated that Paul Heyman has been helping Brock Lesnar with his promos since he returned to WWE earlier this month. Heyman denied Madden’s comments, posting the following via Twitter: @MarkMaddenX As flattered as I am by the notion, I have nothing to do with #BrockLesnar’s @WWE promos. @MarkMaddenX Believe it or not, @WWE got it right … in a BIG way … with that #DeathClutch promo last week on #Raw @MarkMaddenX I’d love to take even a tiny bit of the credit forRead More
Brock Lesnar has returned to the WWE, and his return is one of the most talked about returns in years. His return, however, was based on the fact that he retired from UFC. Brock was one of the greats in UFC until it was discovered that he had diverticulitis, an illness that could have taken his life, had he waited much longer for treatment. In November of 2009, Brock was diagnosed with mononucleosis, and later in the month it was discovered he had a serious case of diverticulitis. The conditionRead More

Posted On April 20, 2012By StaffIn News

WWE Superstars Storyline Reaction To Brock Lesnar’s Raw Promo

- WWE’s website has a new article up with several Superstars reacting to Brock Lesnar’s video promo from Monday’s RAW where he claimed John Cena would be carrying his bags if he would have never left WWE years ago. Here are some quotes: Booker T: “There’s only one chief around here, and we all know who that is. I don’t think one Superstar in WWE determines what goes on. I remember a promoter telling me a long time ago … Years later, I now understand exactly what he was saying.Read More

Posted On April 20, 2012By StaffIn News

JR Blog: Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena, FCW, Austin & More

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross is back with a new blog. Ross talks about the Cauliflower Alley Club Reunion in Las Vegas and other topics: – Steve Austin received the group’s highest award named after the founder of the organization, Iron Mike Mazurki, a former wrestler and successful actor. I was fortunate enough to be asked by Steve to induct him. He had a great speech and offered sage advice to many of the young wrestlers who were in attendance. For more info on CAC visit their website atRead More
I was approached with an opportunity to write for PWMania recently by Andy Steven. I accepted it as I feel when an opportunity presents itself, you jump on it. It gets me writing, and it allows me a forum to speak my mind on something I love, wrestling. I may not love it as much as I did when I was a child, but it holds a special place in my heart and always will. I’ve been writing for NoDQ for several months now and was given a chance forRead More

Posted On April 19, 2012By StaffIn News

Update On Plans For WrestleMania 29 Main Event, Lesnar Update

- As we have noted, Brock Lesnar negotiated a unique contract for his WWE return as he will be allowed to wear sponsors on his trunks and the t-shirts he wears each week. A source reports that Lesnar insisted this be part of the deal. He is the first performer Vince McMahon has ever allowed contractually to do so. – It’s said that with the success of WrestleMania 28 coming out this past week, the chances of a rematch between John Cena and The Rock at WrestleMania 29 have increased.Read More
In front of an electrifying London crowd, WWE provided an entertaining show that was filled with strong action, progression of story-lines, and promos. Here, I will analyze each significant segment presented on the show. I will also provide a combination of aftermath and wishful thinking about what we hope to see in coming weeks.   WWE Champion CM Punk def. Mark Henry in a No Disqualification Match Solid No Disqualification Match with WWE Champion CM Punk successfully retaining his title against Mark Henry to kick off the show. These two have great chemistry andRead More

Posted On April 17, 2012By StaffIn News

Contract Signing On Raw Next Week, SD Replay Outdraws Live Show

– It was announced on Monday’s Raw SuperShow that Brock Lesnar and John Cena will have a contract signing for their no-disqualification, no count-out Extreme Rules Match at Extreme Rules. – Last Friday’s SmackDown replay garnered a 1.52 cable rating, outdrawing the program’s live broadcast on Tuesday. The live show did a 1.50. Friday’s airing garnered 2,300,000 viewers, topping the live show’s viewership of 2,250,000. Friday’s replay also topped the previous live SmackDown replay on February 20, which averaged 2,240,000 viewers. – WWE will hold two Raw live events inRead More

Posted On April 16, 2012By StaffIn News

Lesnar-Laurinaitis Storyline, Sandow Update, WWE UK Tour, WM29

- Tickets go on sale for WWE’s return to the UK on April 27th. They will tape RAW on November 5th from Birmingham and SmackDown on November 6th from Birmingham also. The RAW brand will return to Newcastle on the 2nd, Manchester on the 3rd, Nottingham on the 4th, Birmingham on the 5th, Glasgow on the 6th and Cardiff on the 9th. SmackDown will run London on the 4th and Birmingham on the 6th. Stay tuned for full details on the November tour. – Damien Sandow is headed to LondonRead More
  Hey everybody, Geddy Cahoon here with my first official column on! If you frequent, you may already know me. Going forward, I’ll be posting articles on each week as well! This week, I want to talk about what is currently the most important storyline in the WWE: The return of Brock Lesnar. Yes, unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that “The Next Big Thing” returned to the WWE last week, after an 8 year absence. Lesnar’s return has garnered media attention that transcendsRead More