After this week’s WWE SmackDown taping ended, John Cena made an appearance to the live crowd and competed in the dark match main event. Cena defeated Big Show and Tensai in a handicap match. The match was advertised as Show and Laurinaitis teaming, but Tensai replaced Big Johnny, this could also be a sign of future advertised matches featuring Laurinaitis. Cena got the biggest pop of the evening. Show accidentally hit Tensai with the WMD and Cena hit Show with the Attitude Adjustment then pinned Tensai. Laurinaitis made an appearanceRead More

Posted On June 13, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

What You Won’t See On This Week’s WWE Smackdown

After this week’s Smackdown television taping ended, John Cena defeated Big Show & David Otunga in a dark match main event. Otunga and Show dominated the match. Otunga held Cena and Show went for the WMD, but Cena ducked. Cena sent Show out of the ring and pinned Otunga to win the match.Read More

Posted On June 12, 2012By PWMania.com 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
Thanks to reader Ben for sending in the following report from what happened after last night’s SmackDown taping ended: After the taping ended, the dark match was originally scheduled to be a 2-on-1 handicap match with The Big Show and John Laurinaitis vs. John Cena. Laurinaitis announced that it is being changed to a 3-on-1 with David Otunga as the third man. Cena and Show started off. Cena hit the ground after attempting a should block on Show, and Show took it to Cena. Big Show tagged in Laurinaitis, whoRead More

Posted On May 21, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

What Happened After WWE Over The Limit PPV Went Off-Air

John Cena continued to sell the WMD from Big Show after the Over the Limit PPV went off the air. Cena eventually recovered and staggered out of the ring to close the show. As mentioned on WWE Over the Limit, the Best of WCW Clash of the Champions on DVD and Blu-ray is scheduled for release this Tuesday. Amazon.com are currently offering up to a 43% discount on the set with a pre-order price guarantee and eligible for free Super Saver Shipping. You can order by clicking here. Click hereRead More
– With next week’s Raw SuperShow emanating from the city of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland, Ohio, a special event will be presented: The Rock in concert and John Cena rapping. — The Miz lost in short order to Big Show on Monday’s Raw SuperShow via WMD. This extends the former WWE Champion’s losing streak to nine consecutive losses in televised singles matches. He has not won a televised singles match since the December 5, 2011 Raw. — SportsCenter anchor Robert Flores was in attendance at Monday’sRead More

Posted On February 7, 2011By Keelan BaldersonIn News

Hardy Was Supposed To Win Title On Impact

Source: F4WOnline.com Jeff Hardy was set to win the TNA Heavyweight title from Mr. Anderson on last week’s Impact, but his court case didn’t wrap up in time and the company obviously don’t want to risk having the current champion indisposed. Unless he has a quick run in the coming weeks, it’s unlikely that Hardy will win the belt until his legal troubles are over. The current plan is to do Anderson vs. Hardy in a Ladder Match at the Against All Odds PPV. Link: Tony Blair now using WMDRead More