Extreme Rules Tag

The Authority - Triple H & Stephanie McMahon

Posted On May 1, 2014By Enzo MarinoIn Columns, Featured, News

WWE Extreme Rules: The Evolution Of Triple H

When you think of Triple H, what is the first thing that comes to mind? In today’s Internet Wrestling Community, many feel that Triple H is out to bury young talent, and really rubs fans the wrong way. I think this is so far from the truth, as Triple H just put over Daniel Bryan cleanly at WrestleMania 30, and Bryan went on to become WWE Champion. He was also the one to cement Batista and John Cena’s championship runs (but this is an argument to deal with another time).Read More

Posted On April 28, 2014By Joe D'AgostinoIn News, Results

WWE Raw Results – April 28, 2014

WWE Raw Results – April 28th, 2014 Raw opens in St Louis with a video package of The Wyatts vs John Cena from last week on Raw. We cut to the ring and a steel cage is set up around the ring. Out comes John Cena. John Cena asks why to start off his promo. The fans are heavily against Cena. He then says why did the fans vote him to face the entire Wyatt family. He says that they were given a choice to give him a fair chanceRead More

Posted On May 16, 2013By Siddharth GroverIn Columns, PPV

WWE: Extreme Rules 2013 Predictions

No introduction, no waiting, just straightforward predictions! -Siddharth Grover Miz vs Cody Rhodes The pre-show of the evening, the Miz will face Cody Rhodes. Surprisingly, the WWE is burying these superstars by not giving them an actual storyline, and while the Miz can go and film movies, Rhodes will be stuck losing to upper mid card stars like Randy Orton and Sheamus. Therefore, my prediction is that Cody Rhodes wins this bout, so that the Miz can go and film movies and Rhodes can have a legit push, or, knowingRead More

Posted On August 23, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

ThunderStruck: Y2J

Anyone else remember the weird promos with the little boy and the little girl and all the odds clues as to what it might mean? Anyone remember reading the dirt sheets and the debates on whether it was Chris Jericho or the Undertaker who was behind said promos? Jericho made a name for himself on debuts and returns alone in WWE, and this latest run of his has been nothing short of spectacular. Y2J returned to WWE after not being seen for sixteen months in January of this year. HeRead More

Posted On July 19, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

Mick Foley Talks Relationship With WWE, CM Punk Leading WWE

Busted Open Radio recently interviewed Mick Foley. Here are a few highlights from the interview. His TNA run: “I look back, and I wish I’d appreciated the time I was with TNA a little more because I was frustrated when I was there with some things. I wrote a blog about it about a year ago, partially because I wanted to set the standard that this is how I felt about the company. I should’ve appreciated it for what it was, instead of trying to make it what I thoughtRead More
Amidst rumors that WWE have parted ways with Kharma after their official Twitter feed moved her profile to its list of Alumni on Thursday, her profile has been removed from the company website’s list of Raw Superstars. It now resides in the Alumni section among other former WWE performers. WWE has not issued a message stating that she has been released. The accomplished grappler addressed rumors of her WWE demise via Twitter, writing Thursday, “Getting a flood of dm’s. I guess the cat’s out of the bag. Yes. I haveRead More

Posted On July 12, 2012By Daniel PenaIn News

TMZ Reporter Says Kharma Has Been Released By WWE

Amidst rumors that WWE released Kharma after their official Twitter feed moved her profile to its list of Alumni on Thursday, TMZ.com reporter Ryan Satin says she has been let go by the sports entertainment organization. He stated on Twitter Thursday evening, “A source close to Kharma tells me the rumors are true and she was indeed released from WWE today. Dumbest WWE release in SOOO LONG!!!” The accomplished grappler addressed rumors of her WWE demise via Twitter earlier, writing, “Getting a flood of dm’s. I guess the cat’s outRead More

Posted On May 29, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Friday’s WWE SmackDown Rating, RAW Not Moved In Canada

- Friday, May 25’s edition of WWE SmackDown scored a 1.84 rating with 2,626,000 viewers. This is slightly up from the previous week’s 1.79 but lower than their recent high of a 1.92 rating following Extreme Rules on May 4. – The Score in Canada will air WWE Raw at these times beginning July 23rd (the night that WWE Raw permanently expands to 3 hours): Mondays – 9 PM to Midnight (ET) Tuesdays – 1 AM to 4 AM (ET) Tuesdays – 4 PM to 7 PM (ET)Read More

Posted On May 29, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

ECW DVD News, Vince Russo’s Live Shoot, Extreme Rules, More

- As seen on this week’s WWE RAW, WWE will release ECW: Unreleased Volume One on DVD and Blu-Ray next Tuesday, June 5. The title is billed as matches never before released on DVD. Amazon.com have already slashed prices, currently offering up to a 38% discount on the set and eligible for free Super Saver Shipping. You can order or view the art work cover by clicking here. – As previously mentioned, this Friday, June 1, Kayfabe Commentaries will present their first-ever iPPV, hosting YouShoot Live with former WWE, WCWRead More

Posted On May 24, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Mark Henry Latest, Final FCW Taping Ever?, Falls Count Anywhere

* There is still no official word on what surgery Mark Henry recently had but it’s not major and he’s expected back by the end of June. Henry had been dealing with knee and groin problems over the past few months but wrote on Wednesday night: “What up twitter nation I’m healing well,no complaining from me I man up.” * FCW may be holding their final tapings tonight now that NXT has been revamped for the Full Sail University tapings. FCW Champion Seth Rollins wrote on Twitter Wednesday: “With NXTRead More
In their first exclusive post-WWE interview, the Bella Twins, Brie and Nikki (real names Nicole and Brianna Garcia), talk to Diva Dirt about their decision to leave WWE, how they reached the decision to leave, their time in WWE, winning the Divas Championship, their response to being called ‘models’ and more. In this 40 minute chat, the Bellas talk openly and honestly on a range of topics including how they got started in the business, Colt Cabana’s claims that they threatened to quit if they weren’t called up, the timeRead More
– Vince McMahon was reportedly encouraged by YouTube viewing numbers for the United States Championship Match between Santino Marella and The Miz before Extreme Rules. He felt with more promotion the numbers could be even higher. — Ezekiel Jackson responded to a Twitter user relaying an online rumor that misbehavior backstage resulted in WWE abandoning plans to push the SmackDown Superstar again. He wrote, “Wow, and u witnessed this? Or rumours?” — The May 5 episode of A.M. Raw garnered a 0.61 cable rating, with 723,000 viewers. Photos of EzekielRead More
- WWE’s website has a new storyline interview up with Beth Phoenix. Here are some highlights: Being pulled from the Extreme Rules Divas Title match: “I was in a state of shock. I’d been told I would be allowed to compete regardless of the injury, but I guess when the doctor’s report came back it was a different story. It doesn’t matter. This is a road I’ve been down before. But I would have competed hurt – I’ve done that before too.” Layla winning the title: “Layla hasn’t earned anything.Read More

Posted On May 7, 2012By Liam HindmarshIn Columns

Tea Time With Liam: So Cena/Lesnar……..Yeah

Sunday is upon once more which means it’s time for another riveting edition of Tea Time with Liam. As always I come to you from the tiny Island know as the United Kingdom. Nothing really else much to say. Lets get into the column. I was originally planning on writing this column before Raw took place last week. I wanted to share thoughts about the outcome of the Cena/Lesnar match from Extreme Rules. As I sat down to write. I started to thing that maybe it was the best toRead More
In the video we posted earlier this week, speaking to Emmy nominated entertainment reporter Chris Van Vliet of WOIO in Cleveland, Ohio, Mick Foley was asked why he left TNA Wrestling last year. “In my three years with Total Nonstop Action, I think exactly one person said, ‘Hey, you’re that guy from TNA.’ I’m a WWE guy. I went away from home for a while. There was no question. I was never one of those guys who said I’m never going back. I enjoyed my time away, but it’s stillRead More

Posted On May 3, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News, Specials

WWE Extreme Rules 2012 DVD Cover Revealed; Brock Lesnar

The WWE Extreme Rules 2012 DVD cover artwork has been released. The cover features both stars from the Extreme Rules match main event, John Cena and Brock Lesnar. The cover artwork can be viewed below courtesy of WWEDVDNews.com. You can get your pre-order in for May 29th by clicking here. Extreme Rules is scheduled to be produced on DVD format only. You can get your pre-order in for May 29th by clicking here.Read More
– Today marks exactly one year since Michelle McCool last appeared for WWE. At Extreme Rules, the multi-time champion lost to Layla in a No Count-Out No Disqualification Loser Leaves WWE Match and was subsequently attacked by a debuting Kharma. McCool addressed her absence from WWE Tuesday on Twitter, as well as former LayCool mate Layla capturing the Divas Championship on Sunday at Extreme Rules. “Wow, y’all have ever so nicely reminded me that’s it’s been exactly 1 year since I left WWE….time flies when you’re having fun!” she wrote.Read More
As seen on RAW, WWE temporarily wrote Brock Lesnar out of the storylines by having his contract status “up in the air” following the attack on Triple H in the opener. WWE’s announcers stressed that Lesnar’s future is in doubt with the company. WWE only has Lesnar for several dates per month and will have to come up with creative ways to keep him in and out of the storylines. We noted earlier that Brock Lesnar had a meltdown backstage after his loss to John Cena at Extreme Rules. LesnarRead More
– Beth Phoenix and Sheamus spoke to SportsTownChicago.com last week promoting Extreme Rules. In the ranks of WWE Divas over the years, The Glamazon is asked where she would rank herself. “I would have to rank myself absolutely number one because I am. I’ve achieved more than any other WWE Diva in the past,” she says. “I’m a four-time champion. The second female to ever compete in the Royal Rumble, amongst many, many other accolades… Diva of the Year. You name it, I’ve done it, so I would put myselfRead More