•United States Champion Zack Ryder def. Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes (Non-Title Match)(PHOTOS) •Sheamus def. The Miz (PHOTOS) •WWE Tag Team Champion Kofi Kingston def. Primo (PHOTOS) •World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan & Big Show def. Dolph Ziggler & Jack Swagger (PHOTOS)
SmackDown results: New champions ride into SmackDown By: Mitch Passero December 23, 2011 Tags: SmackDown: December 23, 2011
RICHMOND, Va. – After emotional wins just days earlier at WWE TLC, new World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan and new United States Champion Zack Ryder both continued to soar on the penultimate SmackDown of 2011.
World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan & Big Show def. Dolph Ziggler & Jack Swagger (WATCH | PHOTOS) As new World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan battled former United States Champion Dolph Ziggler, Big Show, Vickie Guerrero and Jack Swagger all circled the action at ringside. But as tensions grew outside the ring, Swagger decided to attack Show, leading to the two tussling in the ring. In an effort to avoid total chaos, SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long charged in and announced the bout was now a tag team bout. After Big Show worked over Swagger pretty good, Bryan seized the victory for his team by making The All-American American tap out to his pain-inducing LeBell Lock.
WWE Tag Team Champion Kofi Kingston def. Primo (WATCH | PHOTOS) Following up on Air Boom’s victory over Primo & Epico at WWE TLC, WWE Tag Champion Kofi Kingston defeated Primo in singles action with Trouble in Paradise.
Randy Orton RKO’d Wade Barrett onto the roof of a car (WATCH | PHOTOS) Wade Barrett took to the ring and offered his view on his encounters with Randy Orton and said Orton “…was one of the greatest in the history of WWE, until he encountered Wade Barrett.” As he finished his address, Barrett declared he should be next to face new World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan. Hearing enough of Barrett’s lip, The Viper decided to let his actions do the talking by storming in and bringing the fight to Barrett. As the two fought tooth-and-nail, they found themselves within the parking garage of the Richmond Coliseum, where WWE’s Apex Predator brutally RKO’d Barrett onto the roof of a parked car!
Sheamus def. The Miz (WATCH | PHOTOS) After Raw Superstar The Miz sauntered onto SmackDown – declaring he was going to disrupt Teddy’s show – he perhaps bit off more than he could chew when Long pit him against Sheamus. Although the former WWE Champion was a formidable foe, he proved no match for The Great White’s brutal Brogue Kick.
The Big Show vs. Mark Henry match was called off (WATCH | PHOTOS) As the two massive former World Heavyweight Champions prepared to clash for the opportunity to challenge Daniel Bryan, David Otunga called a stop to things. As the legal counsel to Executive Vice Present of Talent Relations and Interim General Manager of Raw John Laurinaitis, Otunga announced that Mark Henry was not medically cleared to compete and the match would not take place. After Otunga wished the WWE Universe happy holidays, Big Show dropped him with a brutal WMD to the jaw.
United States Champion Zack Ryder def. Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes in a Non-Title Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) Fresh off his big win at WWE TLC, United States Champion Zack Ryder looked sharp against Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes. But Booker T decided to interrupt their match and poke fun at his WWE TLC opponent by singing his own rendition of the holiday classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” The distraction opened the door for Ryder to drop Rhodes with a Rough Ryder for the win. Afterward, Booker added insult to injury with some more “singing.”
World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan evaluated himself (PHOTOS) The night kicked off with Big Show describing his pride in winning the title he has sought for so long. But Mark Henry emerged to disparage Show and said he should quit WWE. Moments later, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan came to the ring to compare himself to the rest of the WWE roster. After some self-criticism, Bryan was proud to declare himself World Heavyweight Champion.
Then, when Henry and Show argued about who should get a chance to face Bryan, Teddy declared the two would square off, with the winner being first in line to challenge him for his World Title. Next, Bryan feigned that he would shake hands with Henry, but then dissed The World’s Strongest Man when went to accept.
For the eighteenth year, Power Slam magazine presents The PS 50, which ranks the 50 best-performing wrestlers in the industry. Rankings in The PS 50 are basted on grapplers' in-ring showings over a 12-month period (December 1, 2010 through November 30, 2011).
1. Hiroshi Tanahashi 2. Randy Orton 3. Davey Richards 4. Prince Devitt 5. Shingo Takagi 6. Christian 7. Kurt Angle 8. C.M. Punk 9. Kota Ibush 10. Takashi Sugiura 11. KENTA 12. Go Shiozaki 13. Pac 14. Akira Tozawa 15. Hirooki Goto 16. Eddie Edwards 17. BxB Hulk 18. Tetsuya Naito 19. AJ Styles 20. Shinsuke Nakamura 21. Masaaki Mochizuki 22. Bobby Roode 23. Rey Mysterio 24. Kenny Omega 25. Sheamus 26. Antonio Cesaro 27. CIMA 28. Katsuhiko Nakajima 29. Masato Yoshino 30. Chris Hero 31. Dragon Kid 32. Jay Briscoe 33. Ricochet 34. Mark Briscoe 35. Kevin Steen 36. Yuji Nagata 37. James Storm 38. Dolph Ziggler 39. Daniel Bryan 40. El Generico 41. Alberto Del Rio 42. Ryusuke Taguchi 43. Austin Aries 44. Jeff Jarrett 45. Kofi Kingston 46. Bully Ray 47. Christopher Daniels 48. The Miz 49. John Morrison 50. Kenny King
We begin this week’s show with the Smackdown brand and your announcers are Josh Mathews and Matt Striker.
Match Number One: Justin Gabriel versus Heath Slater in a Corre No More Match
Gabriel with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Gabriel flips over Slater’s back and then he lands on his feet on a hip toss. Gabriel with a leg sweep for a near fall. Gabriel with an arm drag into an arm bar. Slater with a punch and then he sends Gabriel into the turnbuckles. Gabriel with a drop kick and then he tries for a slam but Slater escapes.
Slater with a clothesline to the back of the head followed by boots to Gabriel. Slater with a knee to the midsection followed by punches and a reverse chin lock. Gabriel with elbows and a punch followed by a back heel kick. Gabriel misses a splash into the corner and Slater with a neck breaker for a near fall.
Slater with a belly-to-back suplex for a near fall. Slater argues with the referee before applying a side head lock. Slater with a back body drop and he gets a near fall. Slater with a knee to the back and he returns to the reverse chin lock. Slater with more knees to the back and he returns to the reverse chin lock. Gabriel gets to his feet and he lands on his feet on a belly-to-back suplex attempt.
Gabriel with a round kick and a forearm into the corner. Gabriel with a head scissors that sends Slater to the floor and then Gabriel with a plancha onto Slater and both men are down. Gabriel rolls Slater in and hits a springboard cross body for a near fall. Gabriel with an STO and then he goes to the turnbuckles for the 450 Splash and Slater recovers.
Gabriel runs into a boot from Slater in the corner and Slater goes to the turnbuckles but Gabriel with a kick to the midsection followed by a hot shot and Slater goes down. Gabriel goes up top for the 450 Splash and he hits it and gets the three count.
Winner: Justin Gabriel
We go to commercial.
Match Number Two: Hunico con Comacho en un BICYCLE versus Ezekiel Jackson
Jackson laughs at something Hunico says and then they lock up and Jackson sends Hunico to the mat. Hunico with a kick and forearms but Jackson with a shoulder tackle. Hunico with a drop kick for a near fall but Jackson sends Hunico to the floor. Hunico punches Jackson but Jackson punches back and Hunico is down.
Jackson presses Hunico over his head and does a few reps before dropping him behind him to the mat. Jackson with a running clothesline into the corner and he adds another one before the referee backs him off. Jackson with two slams and then he signals for the torture rack but Comacho gets on the apron to distract Jackson. Hunico hits Jackson from behind but that was a mistake.
Jackson sends Hunico into the corner but Hunico sends Jackson into the turnbuckles with a drop toe hold. Hunico with a slingshot baseball slide into the corner followed by the Falling Star for the three count.
We go to commercial.
We welcome Scott Stanford to Josh Mathews’ side for the Raw portion of this week’s show.
Match Number Three: Alex Riley versus Michael McGillicutty in a Season Two of NXT Replay Match
They lock up and they have something to say to each other. They lock up again and Michael works on the arm and turns it into a top wrist lock. Riley with a reversal into a hammer lock. Michael goes to the ropes and Riley releases the hold. Michael with a kick to the midsection followed by a punch to the head. Michael with another kick.
Riley with a hip toss after a vintage Hennig hurdle leap frog by Michael. Riley punches Michael in the corner and he hits a modified gourdbuster. Riley tries for a clothesline out of the corner but Michael hits one first. Michael with kicks to Riley and he connects with crossfaces with Riley in the ropes.
Michael has Riley in the ropes and hits a neck breaker for a near fall. Michael punches Riley and applies a reverse chin lock. Riley with a head butt and punches but Michael with a drop toe hold that sends Riley into the rpoes. Michael with a drop kick for a near fall. Michael returns to the reverse chin lock but Riley gets to his feet. Riley with punches to Michael but Michael with a back elbow and Riley goes to the floor.
Riley with the sliding kick to the head followed by a punch and a flying forearm. Riley runs into a boot but Michael runs into a spinebuster. Riley gets Michael up for the TKO and the three count.
Winner: Alex Riley
We are back with the Raw Rebound.
Match Number Four: Evan Bourne and Kofi Kingston versus Tyler Reks and Curt Hawkins
Bourne and Hawkins start things off and Curt comments on Bourne’s size and he pie faces him. Bourne with kicks to Hawkins followed by a head scissors take down and Kofi is tagged in. Kofi with a drop kick after a few leap frogs and Kofi gets a near fall. Hawkins with a knee and Reks is tagged in. Kofi with a wrap around clothesline for a near fall. Kofi works on the arm but Reks with a punch and knee. Reks with a snap mare and knee drop.
Reks with an elbow to the head but Kofi with punches to Reks. Reks with a knee and Hawkins is tagged in. Hawkins punches Kofi followed by a forearm. Reks tags in when Hawkins has Kofi in the corner. Reks with a punch followed by an Irish whip but he runs into the corner and Kofi moves. Kofi with a pendulum kick followed by a rollup and drop kick.
Bourne is tagged in and he hits a double stomp on the chest while Kofi holds Reks on the ropes. Bourne gets a near fall. Bourne with kicks and he gets a near fall. Kofi tags in and they hit a series of kicks followed by a double bulldog. Kofi set for Trouble in Paradise but Reks is able to get out of the ring. Hawkins tries to interfere but Kofi sends him to the floor. Kofi and Bourne with stereo cross bodies to the floor and we go to commercial.
We are back and Bourne with a sunset flip to Reks for a near fall. Reks with a forearm to the back to slow down Bourne. Reks with a quarter nelson and chin lock. Reks tries for a slam but Bourne escapes and he hits a leaping back heel kick. Bourne knocks Hawkins off the apron but that allows Reks to recover and Tyler with a kick to the head and then he drops a few elbows before tagging in Hawkins.
Curt with kicks to the chest and Reks chokes Bourne while the referee deals with Bourne. Hawkins with a suplex for a near fall. Reks tags back in and Tyler with a knee drop to the head followed by a punch. Reks with a boot to the chest followed by an elbow drop for a near fall.
Reks with a double underhook to isolate the arms and Reks with a forearm to the back followed by a dominator into a facebuster for a near fall. Hawkins tags back in and he kicks Bourne in the ribs. Hawkins taunts Bourne while choking him. Hawkins with a reverse chin lock.
Hawkins with the emphatic slam for a near fall. Hawkins shows some frustration and Reks tags in while Hawkins holds Bourne’s legs. Reks with kicks as Bourne crawls to the corner but Reks picks up Bourne but Bourne gets to his feet and he hits a leaping knee to the head.
Bourne struggles to get to his corner to make the tag and Hawkins and Kofi tag in. Kofi with a rolling clothesline followed by clotheslines and a drop kick. Kofi misses the Superman punch and SOS. Hawkins runs tinoa boot from Kofi and Kofi with a double jump cross body for a near fall. Kofi with the Superman punch and it is Boom Drop time. Kofi sets for Trouble in Paradise and Reks grabs the leg. Hawkins misses the splash into the corner and Kofi hits SOS and Reks breaks up the cover.
Reks tries to send Bourne to the floor. Bourne lands on the apron and Reks charges at Bourne and Bourne ducks, forcing Reks to the floor. Bourne with a round kick from the apron and Kofi with Trouble in Paradise. Bourne tags in and hits the Shooting Star Press for the three count.
TNA Impact Wrestling Results 12/22/11 TNA Impact Wrestling Results for Thursday December 22, 2011
-Bully Ray and Bobby Roode come to the ring for another promo. Ray and Roode are now buddies and want Roode to be suspended for his actions. Jeff Hardy comes out and says Roode won't be suspended because he will lose the title at Genesis. Tonight, we will be getting a tag match where Roode and Ray face Hardy and a partner of his choosing. Sting comes out dressed to wrestle and will be Hardy's partner tonight.
(1) In a Wildcard Tournament Match, AJ Styles and Kazarian defeated Christopher Daniels and Rob Van Dam to advance. RVD turned on Daniels during the match which allowed Kazarian to hit his finisher.
(2) Anthony Nese defeated Zema Ion in what was the 2nd Match in a Best of Three Series. Both Nese and Ion are now tied at one.
(3) Tara and Brooke Tessmacher wrestled. Madison Rayne was referee and things ended when Tara and Tessmacher went after her.
-We get an in-ring promo with James Storm who is looking for Kurt Angle. Angle appears on the DixieTron at a Bar in Liepers Fork, Tennessee (Storm's Hometown). Angle eventually spits on a waitress in the bar.
(4) In a Wildcard Tournament Match, Eric Young and ODB defeated Shannon Moore and Anarquia when Moore walked out on his tag team partner.
(5) Sting and Jeff Hardy beat Bobby Roode and Bully Ray. Jeff Hardy hit a Swanton Bomb through a table on Roode during the match.
Bad news for fans of Punk/Bryan/Ryder Posted by Marc Middleton on 12/22/2011 at 10:44 AM
The December 19th RAW Supershow did a 2.92 cable rating and 4.29 million viewers with the TLC pay-per-view fallout.
In the segment breakdown, the show opened with a strong 3.36 rating, likely interest from the TLC pay-per-view. Randy Orton vs. Wade Barrett lost 721,000 viewers but Beth Phoenix vs. Alicia Fox gained 277,000 viewers. Jinder Mahal vs. Sheamus lost 247,000 viewers and the John Cena promo that featured Kane and Mark Henry gained 428,000 viewers with a 3.18 quarter rating.
Epico & Primo vs. The Usos and Cody Rhodes vs. Santino Marella lost 719,000 viewers. Backstage segments with John Laurinaitis and The Bella Twins, Hornswoggle and a Big Show interview lost 56,000 viewers.
In what is a very bad sign, the overrun for the CM Punk, Daniel Bryan & Zack Ryder vs. Alberto Del Rio, The Miz & Dolph Ziggler match gained only 59,000 viewers. This is almost impossible as people tune into USA to see the next TV show. This means wrestling fans were tuning out in large numbers. Fans tuned out mostly during the first part of the match but viewership picked up some at 11pm.
The RAW six-man main event did a 2.67 rating, which might be the lowest rated RAW main event of this year.
Latest on Brodus Clay and Skip Sheffield Posted by Marc Middleton on 12/22/2011 at 10:15 AM
- It seems WWE has dropped the Brodus Clay storyline, for now at least. Since Brodus tweeted that he was going to lay out John Morrison a few weeks back on Morrison's final RAW, he's been forgotten about.
- Skip Sheffield has been told that he's returning with a push in early 2012.
This edition of Thunder airs LIVE from the state of Michigan. Crowbar vs. 'Above Average' Mike Sanders, Lance Storm on the mic, Lenny Lane vs. The Wall - Tables match, David Flair vs. Lt. Loco(c) - Cruiserweight Title, Great Muta vs. Tank Abbott, The Filthy Animals vs. Kronic, The Franchise on the mic, The Artist vs. Big Vito - Hardcore match, 'Positively' Kanyon and Lance Storm vs. Mike Awesome and Buff Bagwell, Kevin Nash Shoot Interview, Jeff Jarrett and Rick Steiner vs. Harlem Heat
More TNA India Ring Ka King News. Long Term Plans, Thousands Denied Entrance, Near Riots
According to PWInsider.com, there are indeed long term plans for the TNA India Project, now known as Ring Ka King going forward. Indian wrestlers have been signed to long term deals while their North American counterparts have not. This could likely indicate that North American talent are currently being used as a stepping stone in order to help build up a fan base.
The fan reaction and heat some wrestlers have received is said to have been incredible. Most notably Scott Steiner who actually caused a near riot when he began to antagonize some fans in the front row. Former WWE Wrestler Chavo Guerrero wrote the following on his twitter page regarding a near riot outside after thousands of fans were refused entry at the door of the venue.
Unbelievable night in India. Turned away 5000 ppl. Cars overturned & barricades broken.Police regained control but awesome to be wanted!
TNAInsider forum member TNAmarkFromIndia also posted that the tapings are being held at the Balewadi Sports Complex in Pune, India.
Eden Stiles Parts Ways With WWE Posted by Steve Carrier on 12/21/2011 at 10:52 AM
Ring announcer Eden Stiles announced late Tuesday night on Twitter that she has parted ways with WWE after asking to be released from her contract three weeks ago.
She wrote, "This was it! 3 weeks ago I asked to be released from my WWE contract. Today was my last day. Sure enjoyed it!! More on the horizon for me."
Stiles also revealed she is dating Cody Rhodes.
"And...now that I no longer work here I'm glad to finally not "hint" and say that I am 100% Cody's girl ."
After being a successful model for a few years, Stiles wanted to get back to athletics and found herself at WWE's development facility, Florida Championship Wrestling in March, where she began training to become a WWE Diva. Stiles, however, was made the ring announcer for Superstars.
Last night's WWE RAW Supershow with the fallout from TLC scored a 2.9 cable rating with 4.3 million viewers. The first hour averaged 4.42 million viewers while the second hour averaged 4.1 million viewers.
Like previous weeks, the trend continued where RAW lost viewers as the show went on.
-- Alicia Fox has commented on the damage she did to Beth Phoenix's face during their match on RAW last night. After Phoenix tweeted pictures of a nasty looking bump on her right temple, Fox followed up with a tweet of her own on Tuesday afternoon:
"@TheBethPhoenix wow!!!! I think your face looks better than ever!!!! Next one I'll put more STANk on it!!!! Kiss kiss"
Alberto Del Rio and Beth Phoenix were both injured at Monday's WWE RAW Supershow from Philadelphia.
Del Rio was carried out of the building by trainers after Raw went off the air. There was some fear that he may have suffered a groin injury, but after being checked out by WWE trainers, he's said to be doing alright. He's not expected to miss any ring time, despite some soreness.
Beth Phoenix has a nasty lump on the side of her face folowing her match with Alicia Fox. At this time, it's unclear at what point in the match the injury takes place, but it looks like she has a golf ball sticking out of her right temple. She tweeted:
@AliciaFoxy tried her hardest to destroy my face. There will be hell to pay for trying to tarnish my beauty."
"After hours in the trainers room, I broke a lot of mirrors with my fists.
Phoenix's partner Natalya tweeted a message of support:
"@TheBethPhoenix i am sorry to see what happened on Raw...But we are still UNBREAKABLE."
Beth Phoenix Takes Nasty Bump at Raw Last Night Posted by Steve Carrier on 12/19/2011 at 11:45 PM
After Raw went off the air, Beth Phoenix took to her Twitter account and posted what appears to be a photo of the outcome of a vicious bump that she suffered in her match with Alica Fox. Here is what she had to say:
Another angle of @AliciaFoxy 's damage. After hours in the trainers room, I broke a lot of mirrors with my fists.
TNA's India Promotion Named, TNA Stars Comment Posted by Steve Carrier on 12/20/2011 at 12:24 PM
Matt Morgan stated on Twitter that TNA Wrestling's offshoot India promotion is named Ring Ka King, which means King of the Ring. He, as well as several other talents including Mickie James, Magnus, Harry Smith, Luke Gallows, Chavo Guerrero and Shawn Daivari, are in Mumbai this week taping the first footage for their planned debut on the television network Colors.
Regarding the experience, Morgan said, "Ring Ka King's first TV show went really well and these fans are getting one helluva wrestling product! Roster is a great one and Endemol has done a superb job creating a different tv look altogether. What's really cool is getting the chance to work with guys that I started in the business with at same time in OVW with on this tour!"
Magnus added, "The setup blew me away, it looks great! Atmosphere was incredible too."
Jeremy Borash is also on hand for the festivities. He commented, "The crowd in India was f'n nuts and the set is sick."
•Randy Orton def. Wade Barrett by Disqualification (PHOTOS) •Alicia Fox def. Divas Champion Beth Phoenix in a Title-Free Match (PHOTOS) •Sheamus def. Jinder Mahal (PHOTOS) •Primo & Epico def. The Usos (PHOTOS) •Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes def. Santino Marella (PHOTOS) •WWE Champion CM Punk, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan & United States Champion Zack Ryder def. The Miz, Alberto Del Rio & Dolph Ziggler (PHOTOS)
WWE Raw SuperShow results: Punk, Bryan, Ryder start a revolution By: Ryan Murphy December 19, 2011 Tags: WWE Raw SuperShow: December 19, 2011
Philadelphia — Philly is no stranger to revolutions, so it was the perfect city to play host to a trio of new titleholders who are turning WWE in a different direction — WWE Champion CM Punk, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan and United States Champion Zack Ryder. This revolution will be televised.
WWE Champion CM Punk, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan & United States Champion Zack Ryder def. The Miz, Alberto Del Rio & Dolph Ziggler (WATCH | PHOTOS) It looks like the change The Straight Edge Superstar promised is finally coming to fruition. Entering the ring through a raucous Philly crowd, WWE Champion CM Punk, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan & United States Champion Zack Ryder showed how they were leading WWE into 2012 by blasting their way through a veritable rogues’ gallery with blunt force. The exciting young Superstars each got their fill of action before Bryan made Del Rio tap out to the LeBell Lock.
If it wasn’t clear at WWE TLC, it should be after this bout — the future is now.
Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes def. Santino Marella (WATCH | PHOTOS) Still pleased with himself over the previous night’s underhanded victory over Booker T, Cody Rhodes took some leftover aggression out on the Italian Superstar. This Intercontinental Champion needs either a padded room or a some serious counseling.
Primo & Epico def. The Usos (WATCH | PHOTOS) They may have fallen to WWE Tag Team Champions Air Boom at WWE TLC, but the dangerous team of Primo & Epico has not lost direction. Looking to earn another title match, the duo bashed their way through the skilled team of Jey & Jimmy Uso with more than a little inspiration from their spicy manager, Rosa Mendes.
Kane attacked John Cena (WATCH) Hell has come back. One week after he shocked the WWE Universe by assaulting John Cena, Kane stomped into Philadelphia and did it all over again.
Hitting the ring to admit that he’s willing to fight if that’s what The Big Red Monster wants, Cena was surprised when Mark Henry appeared instead of Kane. The World’s Strongest Man and the former WWE Champion were ready to come to blows when the deafening pyro of The Devil’s Favorite Demon exploded. The masked monster ignored Henry and went right for the Cenation leader, but Cena was ready and clotheslined him over the ropes. Still, the fiery giant fought back, dragging his target from the squared circle before throwing him around the ringside area and tearing off his “Rise Above Hate” shirt in a frightening display of rage.
Sheamus def. Jinder Mahal (WATCH | PHOTOS) Give Jinder Mahal some credit. Frustrated after getting obliterated by The Celtic Warrior last week, the Punjabi Superstar wanted to face The Great White to prove he could beat him. Instead, Sheamus wiped the floor with Mahal before putting him away with The Celtic Cross. Okay, so don't give him too much credit.
Alicia Fox def. Divas Champion Beth Phoenix in a Title-Free Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) The Glamazon just got outfoxed. A day after she smashed Kelly Kelly at WWE TLC, the Divas Champion locked up with the leggy Alicia Fox and found herself staring at the lights when it was all over. Smart, spunky and beautiful, it’s no wonder Alicia is now blogging for internet sensation Perez Hilton alongside her pals Kelly and Eve at FitPerez.com/WWEDivas.
Randy Orton def. Wade Barrett by Disqualification (WATCH | PHOTOS) Still wearing the scars of his brutal Tables Match with Randy Orton, the villainous Wade Barrett didn't bother trying to have a legitimate match with The Viper — he just wanted to hurt him. And that’s exactly what the British Thug did as he got himself disqualified by driving his thumb into Orton's eye before ruthlessly slamming his opponent through a table. Clearly, this rivalry is far from over.
Six-Man Tag Team Match set for main event (PHOTOS | WATCH) The trio of WWE Champion CM Punk, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan and United States Champion Zack Ryder had reason to celebrate. Lifelong sports-entertainment fans, the three Superstars overcame some serious odds to walk away from WWE TLC with their respective titles in hand. But the mutual admiration society didn't have much time to pat each other on the back in Philadelphia. Soon besieged by the tyrannical trio of The Miz, Alberto Del Rio and Dolph Ziggler, the three champions fought off their attackers before receiving word from Interim Raw General Manager John Laurinaitis that they would face those three Superstars in tonight’s main event.
Batista Rants About Bryan's Title Win Posted by Dave Mitchell on 12/19/2011 at 10:16 AM
Former WWE superstar Batista tweeted the following about Daniel Bryan's World Heavyweight title win on Sunday night:
"excuse me! did i hear that right? Daniel Bryan World Heavyweight Champ. ummmmmmm.....ok."
After Batista's tweet set off a firestorm of responses from people calling him a hater for apparently not sounding pleased with WWE's decision to put the World title on Bryan, he replied:
"man did that comment bring the tough guy haters out. well i'm at Gracie Fighter Tampa daily. 6333 s. dale mabry hwy Tampa FL. stop on by"
Shortly thereafter, Batista followed up with the following statement, explaining his relationship with Daniel Bryan and why tweets from haters mean nothing to him:
"so to clear up any misunderstanding about me hating on Daniel Bryan...actually i've been a supporter of his for years,unlike most of you Johnny come lately smart mark supporters. we actually had a hell of a match together that was originally supposed to be a squash match until this old broken down ex bodybuilder who never deserved to be champion and only had it handed to me because HHH was my boy...refused to job the kid out because i knew how good he was and wanted to have a f*cking match with him before i left the company. and a hell of a match we had considering where our respective places in the company were at the time. so yes im aware of all of his accomplishments and hard work through out the years and i'm thrilled to death for him....but still...World Heavyweight champ???ummmmmmm...ok. opinions are like *ssholes. my Twitter account,my opinion. and to all the bitch ass haters who just dogged me out and bitched about how horrible i was.....i've worked with HHH, the Undertaker,Rey Mysterio,Randy Orton Stone Cold,Edge,John Cena,Chris Benoit,Ric f***ing Flair!!etc.etc.. and they all respected me and my work. Eddie Guerrero respected my work. so don't expect your little bullsh*t remarks to actually carry any weight. in your b*tch ass faces!! "
John Cena Says WWE Is Disrespecting Him Posted by Dave Mitchell on 12/19/2011 at 10:02 AM
Over the weekend, pictures were posted online of new anti-John Cena merchandise, including t-shirts that read "Cena SUCKS" and "We Can't See You" with a picture of Cena's face crossed out.
Cena has been responding to tweets about the new merchandise and revealed that WWE has wanted to capitalize on Cena haters for many years now:
“They have wanted too since 2008. I told them no. Finally I just said I dont care. Im fine with the way things are. Some like me. Some don’t.”
A fan asked Cena if WWE was disrespecting him by profiting off people taunting him. Cena said:
“Agreed. But WTF. Ignore it no longer. Its out there so those that wanna be like that should be able to voice their opinion. Like I said doesn’t change me one bit. Stay true..always have.. always will”
Another fan asked Cena when WWE was going to release anti-Rock shirts. Cena says there's a double standard and we'll never see merchandise disrespecting his WrestleMania 28 opponent:
Skip Sheffield Teases He Is Behind 'It Begins' Posted by Dave Mitchell on 12/19/2011 at 09:13 AM
Skip Sheffield, who has been on the sideline for almost a year and is expected to return to WWE soon, wrote several cryptic messages on Twitter this weekend, mentioning "it begins" and hinting at the return of his "Ryback" Terminator character. He wrote:
"Sitting in a chair at a table in Sin City wondering why this ladder is in front of me? Laughing at the gossip, the Secret Power, it begins..
Who am I? Only time will tell, but rest assured narkboys Im not a Terminator sent to save John Connor. I also hate College Station #Fake
I refuse to type it yyywid is fake, accept n forget. My life my rules. Born n raised in Sin City, soon a psycho will be unleashed. #Patience"
It's worth noting that back in October, it was reported that WWE applied to register a new trademarks for the name “Ryback.”
Ik ben Boon Kenneth, en gebruik soms ook wel de schuilnaam Sting.
Ik ben een man en woon in Dworp (Belgie) en mijn beroep is .
Ik ben geboren op 05/06/1989 en ben nu dus 30 jaar jong.
Mijn hobby's zijn: Worstelen en films.
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