Triple H Tag

Former WWE creative members Seth Mates (@sethmates) and Chris Gough (@kcmetropro) appeared on The LAW’s ‘Review a Wai’ podcast to chat about the infamous Katie Vick angle that took place on the October 21, 2002 episode of Raw. On the program, a vignette was shown of Triple H, dressed as Kane, simulating mock sex with a mannequin in a casket. Excerpts from the interview are as follows: The genesis of the Katie Vick storyline: “At this point, (Vince) wanted to start having a lot more backstories to wrestlers. He didn’tRead More
Vince McMahon is going all out for the upcoming 1000th episode of RAW and is open to anybody returning. “Vince is forgetting about politics, personal issues, any heat guys might have with each other and wants this to be monumental,” a source said. WWE has apparently put together a list of names they are expecting to appear on the show, but want to keep several names unadvertised. They have told these names to do “anything and everything” to keep the surprises secret including saying publicly that they will be somewhereRead More
- Big Show recently spoke with AZCentral.com to promote Sunday’s WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view. Here are some highlights: Q: What about you? Is your persona in the ring close to the real you? A: I think my persona when I’m a bad guy is me in a bad mood on a bad day amplified. I don’t run around like I do on TV; if I did, I’d be in a lot of trouble ( laughing). Sometimes my family and my wife will see me on TV and say,Read More
- People within WWE are openly stating that they think RAW will be back to two hours by January 2013. Even more are hoping that will be the case. – Regarding Charlie Sheen tweeting for the 1000th RAW episode later this month, Sheen doesn’t tweet on his personal Twitter account but has a man named Bob Maron to do his tweeting. Maron has everything sent from Sheen before posting. – John Laurinaitis continues to lose some of his real-life duties with WWE. Pete Leone now has been given more responsibilitiesRead More
- It was reported earlier this week by The Wrestling Observer that Triple H had reached out to wrestling legend Bruno Sammartino, who has a troubled relationship with WWE and Vince McMahon, about being inducted into the 2013 Hall of Fame. Sammartino issued a statement later saying he was turning down WWE’s invitation for the Hall. The Observer followed up and said Sammartino wasn’t impressed by Triple H’s approach on the phone. Sammartino issued another statement saying those reports were not true. PWInsiderElite.com spoke with Sammartino this week about theRead More
- Earlier it was noted Bruno Sammartino was not impressed with Triple H’s WWE Hall of Fame approach. Sal Correnete had the following to say on that matter. It has come to our attention that someone has claimed that Bruno was unimpressed with Triple H. That is an absolutely false statement Bruno had no issue what so ever with Triple H. He liked Triple H and enjoyed their conversation but for reasons personal to Bruno he has decided not to accept the induction in NO WAY SHAPE OR FORM ISRead More
It was reported on Monday by the Wrestling Observer that WWE officials reached out to Bruno Sammartino about being inducted into the 2013 Hall of Fame. Bruno issued a statement online Monday night that said he would not be entering the Hall. In an update, the Observer reports that Triple H actually called Bruno and tried to sell him on the induction and the fact that he would get one more huge pop. Triple H tried to tell Bruno not to worry about Vince McMahon but Bruno wasn’t having it.Read More

Posted On July 2, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Tonight’s WWE RAW; Brock Lesnar, Legend Rumored For SD & More

- Tonight’s WWE RAW takes places from the Laredo Energy Arena in Laredo, TX. Brock Lesnar is being advertised to give his response to Triple H’s challenge for SummerSlam tonight. Lesnar’s response will most likely either be via satellite or through Paul Heyman. – WWE Hall of Famer “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan did a live appearance on Sunday and reportedly told fans that he’ll be at Tuesday’s live Super SmackDown “Great American Bash” show. – The latest issue of ESPN: The Magazine features a list of the greatest sporting moments inRead More

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

WWE’s Complete List Of John Cena’s Greatest 50 Matches

As PWMania.com previously reported, WWE has compiled a list of John Cena’s Top 50 matches of all time. Here is the full list below: 50. John Cena vs. JBL: WrestleMania 21 49. John Cena, Hulk Hogan & Shawn Michaels vs. Christian, Tomko & Chris Jericho: Raw (June 27, 2005) 48. John Cena vs. The Great Khali: Judgment Day 2007 47. John Cena vs. Booker T: SummerSlam 2004 46. John Cena & The Rock vs. The Miz & R-Truth: Survivor Series 2011 45. John Cena vs. Kurt Angle: No Mercy 2003Read More

Posted On June 27, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

WWE Working On Metallica For SummerSlam, HHH & Lawler At SD

- WWE did two off-camera segments during last night’s WWE SmackDown tapings in Evansville, Indiana. The first saw Jerry Lawler interrupt a post-match promo by Jack Swagger. Lawler came out to a big reaction from the crowd and hit Swagger with a fistdrop from the second rope. The other segment saw David Otunga hang around in the ring after his match to pose and show off. Triple H came out and hit a Pedigree, sending Otunga out of the ring. Booker T then hit Otunga and ended the segment withRead More

Posted On June 26, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

WWE Falls Count Anywhere Matches Set Released; Full Details

WWE: Falls Count Anywhere: The Greatest Street Fights and other Out of Control Matches on DVD and Blu-ray is now available for purchase. Amazon.com have already slashed prices, currently offering huge discounts on the set and eligible for free Super Saver Shipping. You can order or view the art work cover by clicking here. Here is what’s included on the WWE DVD and Blu-ray release. Disk 1: The Names May Vary Alley Fight: Pat Patterson vs. Sgt. Slaughter WWF, Madison Square Garden 1981 Atlanta Street Fight: Jimmy Valiant & Ms.Read More

Posted On June 26, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Triple H Appears On RAW, SD Main Event, Sid Vicious Returns

- The main event for this Friday’s WWE SmackDown is World Champion Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Alberto Del Rio. – “Sycho” Sid Vicious made his return to WWE for the first time since June 9, 1997. He was this week’s installment of the latest legend to be brought back in honor of the upcoming 1,000th RAW episode. The former WWF & WCW World Heavyweight Champion returned to action on RAW defeating Heath Slater with his trademark powerbomb. – Triple H made an appearance in-front of the live crowd atRead More
It was announced on this week’s edition of WWE RAW that Brock Lesnar will answer Triple H’s challenge next week on Raw. Lesnar has not made an appearance on WWE Television for almost two months, with Paul Heyman appearing three times as his representative. No word on if Lesnar will actually be appearing live or if it will be a segment via satellite accepting the challenge.Read More

Posted On June 25, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Backstage News & Update On Paul Heyman’s Role In WWE

As previously noted, WWE is teasing that Paul Heyman will be on RAW tonight. He would be there to respond to Triple H laying him out last week. Heyman currently holds a regular role in the company to help build the planned SummerSlam match between Brock Lesnar and Triple H on Lesnar’s behalf. This is being done as WWE only has a select number of dates agreed for Lesnar to work. Like this, WWE doesn’t have to use all the dates on Lesnar’s contract at once and able to useRead More
Tonight’s WWE RAW Supershow will take place from the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Confirmed for tonight’s show is the return of Chris Jericho. Triple H and John Laurinaitis are both being advertised. WWE is also advertising Kelly Kelly, who has been off TV for several weeks, and one-half of the Tag Team Champions R-Truth, who has been out injured. Tonight’s show will be led by Vickie Guerrero in the General Manager role. Advertised locally is John Cena vs. Big Show and John Laurinaitis in aRead More
Approaching Raw 1,000: Adzop’s Top Raw Moments Good day, everybody. As WWE’s milestone 1,000th episode of Monday Night Raw approaches, I figured I’d get involved in the festivities and compile a list of some of my favourite moments from Raw. There are thousands of hours of WWE TV stashed away in the archives of my brain, and it wasn’t too difficult to come up with these examples. I only chose moments that I remember fondly, and hopefully, some of them may awaken old memories for some of you, as well.Read More
- Shawn Michaels will be headed to Africa to film for his MacMillan River Adventures show at the end of July, just a few days after he reunites with Triple H for the 1,000th RAW. – AW teased on Twitter that he may be recruiting some Divas to his stable. AW will be leading Titus O’Neil and Darren Young into a WWE Tag Team Title match once R-Truth returns from injury.Read More

Posted On June 20, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

Jim Ross Blog: Paul Heyman, Lesnar vs. Triple H, Next RAW GM

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross is back with another blog update, which you can read in its entirety at JRsBarBQ.com. As always, you can check out JR’s delicious line of BBQ products at WWEShop.com. Here are some highlights of what JR wrote about: Paul Heyman On RAW: “Heyman is a natural born antagonist and when he speaks he isn’t ‘acting’ but simply being himself. I’ve personally been in too many non televised arguments with Paul to know of what I speak. Heyman has ‘it’ and always has plus it’sRead More

Posted On June 20, 2012By Adam HopsonIn Columns

Adzop: Waiting for a Revolution? Take Action.

Every single week, I watch Raw, hoping (not expecting, but hoping) to see something fun, enjoyable, entertaining, emotional, spontaneous, or surprising. The reason I don’t expect it anymore is because the show has become so stale that these kinds of things rarely happen anymore. After somewhat reluctantly purchasing the most recent Pay-Per-View, ‘No Way Out’, I watched in the hope of seeing some major storyline development in more than one area of WWE. Whilst the only match I looked forward to was the WWE Title Match, I was expecting anRead More