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Posted On June 19, 2012By StaffIn News

WWE RAW Rating, Special RAW Summer Appearances, & More

- Monday’s edition of WWE RAW scored a 3.4 rating with an average audience of 4.96 million viewers. The show did hours of 3.38 and 3.43. The first hour drew 4.85 million viewers, while the second hour drew 5.07 million viewers. This is up from the three hour show that averaged 4.62 million viewers last week. Last week’s show in the normal two hour time slot drew 4.98 million viewers. – Here is a list of the “special guests” currently advertised for WWE RAW episodes throughout the summer: * JuneRead More

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

Brock Lesnar’s Camp To Respond To Triple H On WWE RAW

WWE has announced that Brock Lesnar’s camp will respond to Triple H’s challenge to a match at this year’s SummerSlam pay-per-view event on tonight’s edition of Raw. “BREAKING NEWS: Tonight on Raw SuperShow (9/8 CT), Brock Lesnar’s camp will officially respond to Triple H’s challenge to a match at SummerSlam.” Note that the message only refers to Brock Lesnar’s “camp.” It does not specifically state that Lesnar or Paul Heyman will appear on the show.Read More

Posted On June 18, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

Confirmed For Tonight’s WWE RAW Supershow; Triple H & More

Tonight’s WWE RAW Supershow will take place from the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Long Island, New York. Confirmed for tonight’s show is the fallout from No Way Out with John Laurinaitis getting fired. Triple H is advertised to appear on tonight’s show. WWE will be bringing back another Legend for tonight’s show to hype the 1,000th RAW in July. Last week’s Legend was Vader. It was previously announced that Grammy Award winner and former WrestleMania celebrity Cyndi Lauper will be guest hosting tonight’s show. WWE is teasing the followingRead More

Posted On June 18, 2012By StaffIn News

Triple H Challenges Brock Lesnar To Match At WWE SummerSlam

During Triple H’s return to WWE television on Sunday’s WWE No Way Out pay-per-view, he officially challenged Brock Lesnar to a match at SummerSlam. If Lesnar and his “legal representative,” Paul Heyman, accept the challenge, they would have to drop their lawsuits against WWE and Triple H for breach of contract and assault and battery, respectively. “I’m really not a corporate guy,” the Game said. “I’m proposing we put all this legal crap behind us. We’re fighters, Brock, and I want to fight you. I want to fight you bad,Read More

Posted On June 16, 2012By Adam HopsonIn Columns

Adzop: Limiting Lesnar’s Legacy

The three-month build up to WrestleMania is widely regarded as the best time to watch WWE, but as that big show approaches, plans are put in place regarding what happens immediately AFTER it has ended. This also makes for some great TV, from time to time. 2012 was one of those times. The Rock had beaten John Cena at WrestleMania 28. Cena came out on Raw the night after to admit defeat to the better man and to ‘congratulate The Rock on his victory’. However, Cena was disappointed to findRead More
One idea tossed around for the Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H feud and SummerSlam is to have Vince McMahon and John Laurinaitis in their respective corners. The plan would see Vince McMahon fire John Laurinaitis at Sunday’s No Way Out pay-per-view only for Laurinaitis to return with Brock Lesnar with the help from WWE’s Board of Directors. Vince would then side with Triple H as they build towards SummerSlam. (Source: More
As previously reported, Paul Levesque (Triple H) is now listed as the Executive Vice President of Talent Relations on WWE’s corporate website, instead of John Laurinaitis. This is a change making official what has been the case for a while. Laurinaitis has worked under Triple H and Triple H has hired new people like Canyon Cemen and Jane Geddes. Geddes is Vice President of Talent Relations and is doing a lot of the work Laurinaitis was doing. Cemen is running Talent Development and is reporting to Triple H. Laurinaitis hasRead More

Posted On June 12, 2012By StaffIn News

Triple H To Address His Future & Brock Lesnar At WWE No Way Out

WWE announced on this week’s Raw Supershow that Triple H will appear at No Way Out for the first time after being “served a lawsuit” by Brock Lesnar. WWE are promoting that The Game will address his future and Lesnar in the appearance.Read More
- Vince McMahon was reportedly so furious following Brock Lesnar recently attending the UFC 146 pay-per-view that Triple H had to talk him out of doing something drastic. Word is that Triple H wants the SummerSlam match against Lesnar bad, leading people to believe that Triple H will be going over. – Chavo Guerrero says he will not be appearing at In The Biz Pro Wrestling’s show this coming Saturday at the Shenandoah Harley-Davidson festival in Shenandoah, Virginia. Guerrero was scheduled to face TNA star Zema Ion. Chavo wrote: “IRead More

Posted On June 10, 2012By StaffIn News

WWE Ranks Top 15 Families In Wrestling – The McMahons At #1

The WWE website has a new feature up that ranks the top 15 wrestling families. They are listed below: 15. The DiBiases 14. The Colons 13. The Poffos 12. The Hennigs 11. The Vachons 10. The Windhams 9. The Briscos 8. The Rhodes 7. The Funks 6. The Guerreros 5. The Ortons 4. The Von Erichs 3. The Anoa?i/Maivias 2. The Harts 1. The McMahons They wrote the following about the McMahon family: “The McMahon name has long been synonymous with sports-entertainment, but few realize the family was involved inRead More

Posted On June 9, 2012By StaffIn News

Full Content Listing For WWE Falls Count Anywhere DVD & Blu-ray

- Here’s the full content listing for “WWE Falls Count Anywhere” DVD and Blu-ray which is scheduled for a June 26 release. You can pre-order the product, at Disc 1 The Names May Vary Alley Fight Pat Patterson vs. Sgt. Slaughter Madison Square Garden 1981 Atlanta Street Fight Jimmy Valiant & Ms. Atlanta Lively vs. Midnight Express Starrcade 1985 WWE Falls Count Anywhere DVD Cover Street Fight for the NWA Tag Team Championship Doom vs. Barry Windham & Arn Anderson Starrcade 1990 A Fresh Face Falls Count Anywhere MatchRead More

Posted On June 7, 2012By Jim LaMottaIn Columns

Dr. Wrestling:Paul Heyman Returns

A few weeks ago on Raw, former ECW booker and Smackdown writer, Paul Heyman returned to WWE TV after nearly five years since he was featured on the botched ECW TV show. On the surface, Heyman’s return is to make appearances to keep the Lesnar storyline relevant and to do the mic work for Lesnar, who is signed for a limited amount of appearances during his WWE contract, but Heyman’s return to TV could have more of an impact on the wrestling business than just his mic work. Heyman hasRead More

Posted On June 6, 2012By StaffIn News

Nuclear Heat On Brock Lesnar: Backstage News On His WWE Future

For those wondering why there has been no mention of Brock Lesnar on WWE television over the last couple weeks, there is said to be “nuclear heat” on Lesnar, some of which stems his recent appearance at the UFC 146 pay-per-view. Brock Lesnar visited the event and met with UFC President Dana White without the advance knowledge of Vince McMahon. Even before the UFC incident, Lesnar has been extremely difficult to deal with behind the scenes. Lesnar was high maintenance during his first run with the company nearly a decadeRead More
- WWE’s Breaking News mobile alert service reported Wednesday that WWE COO Triple H will break his silence and publicly address a multitude of items including his future, pending lawsuits against WWE and Brock Lesnar at No Way Out on Sunday, June 17. has published an article raising numerous questions concerning his appearance. Author John Clapp writes, “Furthermore, what can the WWE Universe expect from Triple H in terms of an update on his arm injury, and what will that prognosis mean for The Cerebral Assassin as a competitor?Read More
- On week one of RAW going three-hours, WWE is pulling out all the stops in hopes of getting fans into the habit of tuning in an hour earlier because the first hour of every three-hour RAW is always the lowest-rated. – As noted before, Triple H and Shawn Michaels will be reuniting next month for the three-hour 1,000th episode of WWE RAW. Triple H will likely be continuing the angle with Brock Lesnar and Shawn Michaels could be the next victim of Lesnar’s kimura lock. – We noted beforeRead More
- Chris Jericho and Fozzy will be performing at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City on August 30th. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am through Live Nation. – WWE has a new article up ranking the top 10 King of the Ring winners. At #10 they list King Mabel, #9 is Kurt Angle, #8 is Edge, #7 is Brock Lesnar, #6 is Harley Race, #5 is Bret Hart, #4 is Triple H, #3 is Booker T, #2 is Randy Savage and Steve Austin is ranked at #1.Read More
- The WWE Raw Supershow on Monday, August 6th, 2012 is being billed as “Shawn Michaels Appreciation Night.” It’s being held at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, which is HBK’s hometown. – As noted earlier, WWE is also advertising a DX reunion with Michaels and Triple H for the 1,000th RAW episode on July 23rd from St. Louis, Missouri.Read More