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    Uitslagen Smackdown 26 april
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen

    "Then. Now. Forever." The WWE video leads us into the show.

    A video shows Alberto Del Rio getting the win against Jack Swagger last week on Smackdown. They will meet again in a No Disqualification match tonight. The Undertaker will also compete on Smackdown for the first time in over three years. He'll face Dean Ambrose of The Shield.

    No Disqualification Match
    Jack Swagger w/ Zeb Colter vs. Alberto Del Rio w/ Ricardo Rodriguez

    Del Rio's knee is still taped up, as is Swagger's arm. They quickly start the match by trading punches, but Del Rio comes out on top. Del Rio charges him against the ropes and clotheslines him over the top rope. Del Rio then takes him down with a suicide dive. Del Rio then slams Swagger's arm off the steel steps before going under the ring to get a kendo stick. Swagger quickly kicks away at him as soon as he gets in the ring, and he grabs the kendo stick from Del Rio. Swagger then hits him on the injured leg with it a few times before working on his body. Swagger taunts the crowd and goes to hit Del Rio again, but the shot is blocked. They fight for control on the kendo stick. Del Rio kicks him in the midsection and charges him in the corner, but Swagger gives him a back body drop over the top rope. Swagger goes outside to scream in Del Rio's face that he should give up.

    Swagger goes under the ring to get another weapon, so Del Rio kicks him in the ribs. They begin to fight up the ramp. Del Rio then gives Swagger a suplex on the ramp. Del Rio then goes under the ring and grabs a ladder. Del Rio leans it against the ring before throwing Swagger into it as he charges at him.

    -Commercial Break-

    We come back from the break to see Del Rio trapped in a front face lock. During the commercial break, Swagger viciously beat Del Rio down with the kendo stick. Del Rio fights out of the face lock, but Swagger takes him down with a waistlock takeover. Swagger rolls out of the ring and grabs a steel chair. Swagger talks some trash to the crowd from the apron, and Del Rio surprises him with a step-up enzuigiri. Del Rio punches away at him, but Swagger quickly kicks him in the knee. Swagger hits a clothesline for a near fall.

    Swagger goes back outside and grabs that steel chair. Swagger sets it up between the second and third turnbuckle. Swagger then walks into a double knee armbreaker. Del Rio hits a pair of clotheslines, ducks one of his own, and hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Del Rio catches him in the ropes and hits a forearm to the back, but Rodriguez quickly tosses him the kendo stick. Del Rio then hits him a bunch of times with the kendo stick before hitting a backstabber for a near fall. Del Rio goes for the Cross Arm Breaker, but Swagger pushes him off. Del Rio quickly comes back with a sidekick to the jaw for a near fall. Swagger quickly picks the ankle and goes for the Patriot Lock, but Del Rio rolls through for a Cross Arm Breaker attempt. Swagger tries to turn it into a pinfall, but Del Rio kicks out. Swagger then sends Del Rio headfirst into that steel chair set up in the corner, and he picks up a near fall.

    Swagger goes outside and puts the ladder in the ring. As he does, Del Rio springs the ladder into Swagger's face. Del Rio gets out of the ring, and Colter threatens him with the kendo stick. Del Rio then turns around and gets hit in the face with the ladder. Swagger rolls him into the ring for a near fall. Swagger goes for a Swagger Bomb, but Del Rio gets his knees up and applies the Cross Arm Breaker. Colter quickly gives Swagger the kendo stick, and he uses it to break the hold with some vicious shots. Swagger then stands over him and viciously beats away at him. Swagger picks the ladder up and slams it down on Del Rio before hitting the Gutwrench Powerbomb for the win!

    Winner by Pinfall: Jack Swagger
    Match Rating: ** 1/4

    We'll see Sheamus take on the Big Show later tonight on Smackdown. We'll also see Randy Orton take on Mark Henry.

    -Commercial Break-

    Aksana vs. Layla

    They lock up, and Aksana pushes her away. Layla kicks her down and hits her with her butt. Aksana sends her to the corner, counters a slingshot, and throws her to the outside. Aksana throws her into the ring, crawls on the apron seductively, and gets dropkicked off the apron. Aksana gets in the ring, and Layla covers her a few times for some near falls. Layla takes her down, but Aksana quickly drops her on the ropes before hitting a knee to the face for a near fall. Aksana stomps on her hand, and Layla starts crying in the middle of the ring. Aksana mocks Layla's taunt before talking some trash to the crowd. Aksana sends her to the corner and stretches the arm around the bottom rope. The crowd starts to "Fandango" as Layla fails at a comeback. Aksana picks up a two count. Aksana sends her into the ropes, and Layla hits some pinning combination (which the commentators call "Infinity") for the win.

    Winner by Pinfall: Layla
    Match Rating: 1/4 *

    We'll take a look at The Shield vs. Team Hell No and the Undertaker from Monday Night RAW, next.

    -Commercial Break-

    They show the last few minutes of the six-man tag team match from RAW that saw The Shield defeat Team Hell No and the Undertaker.

    The Shield is somewhere backstage, and Dean Ambrose brags about defeating Team Hell No and the Undertaker. Seth Rollins said that justice prevailed. Roman Reigns says that one big injustice is that Team Hell No still has the Tag Team Titles. Rollins says the other injustice is that the Undertaker left with his soul still intact. Ambrose says that won't be for long. They did what they said they would do on Monday Night, but the Deadman is still walking. Tonight, he'll face the Undertaker one-on-one. He'll do what no one else has done in twenty-one WrestleMania's. He's going to beat the Undertaker tonight. Justice, not the Undertaker, will be immortal. Rollins says the Undertaker will not Rest in Peace. Reigns says he will Believe in the Shield.

    Fandango's music hits, and he makes his way to the ring with a blonde dancer as the London crowd "Fandangoes." He'll be in action, next.

    -Commercial Break-

    Justin Gabriel vs. Fandango

    Fandango does a little dance and poses. Gabriel mocks him, so Fandango kicks him down. Gabriel counters a suplex, and he hits an arm drag. Gabriel gets a one count, and Fandango rolls out of the ring. Fandango shoulders him in the midsection, but Gabriel takes him down with another arm drag. Fandango backs him to the corner and punches away at him. The crowd "Fandangoes" as Fandango ties Gabriel in the ropes and punches away at him. Fandango gets out of the ring, and he leaps up to kick Gabriel in the head for a near fall. Fandango poses over him before Gabriel kicks away at him. Fandango reverses a whip, but Gabriel flips over him and hits a roundhouse kick. Gabriel springboards off the ropes into a kick, and Fandango takes him down with a big Russian leg sweep. Fandango then goes to the top rope and hits a Diving Leg Drop for the win.

    Winner by Pinfall: Fandango
    Match Rating: 1/2 *

    Fandango grabs a microphone and clarifies how to say his name correctly.

    Sheamus will take on the Big Show, next.

    -Commercial Break-

    Sheamus vs. Big Show

    They show footage of Mark Henry and Sheamus beating each other up over the last few weeks.

    They lock up, and Big Show quickly powers him down before laughing at him. They lock up, and Sheamus pushes him to the corner before laughing at Big Show. Sheamus punches away at him, but Big Show quickly comes back with a head-butt. Big Show then leans him against the ropes and chops away at his chest. Sheamus comes back with some punches, but Big Show grabs him by the throat and pushes him over the top rope.

    Big Show follows him around the ring and punches him in the ribs. Big Show puts him in the ring, but Sheamus catches him on the apron, and he begins to hit his patented forearms to the chest. Big Show quickly head-butts him, but he runs into Sheamus' boots. Sheamus then runs into a sidewalk slam. Big Show then drops an elbow for a near fall. Big Show chokes him on the middle rope before head-butting him down. Big Show hits the Final Cut for a near fall. Big Show picks him up, but Sheamus punches back. Sheamus goes for a body slam, but he falls back with Big Show on top of him. Big Show picks him up by the hair before beating him down. Big Show gets out of the ring, and he chops the chest.

    -Commercial Break-

    We come back from the break to see Sheamus run into Big Show's knee. Big Show then sends him shoulder-first into the ring post. Sheamus falls to the outside as the referee begins to count him out. During the commercial break, Big Show hit a massive body slam. Big Show goes outside and sends him into the steel steps. Big Show rolls into the ring, and he wants the count-out. Sheamus claws his way back into the ring at nine.

    Big Show sends him shoulder first into the turnbuckle, and he begins to slowly and methodically work on the arm. Big Show talks a little trash as he stands over him. Big Show blocks some punches before clubbing him down. Big Show then applies an overhead wristlock. Sheamus punches out, and he hits a big DDT.

    They trade punches from their knees, and Sheamus comes out on top. Sheamus takes him down with some running forearms. Sheamus hits a knee lift before going to the top rope and hitting a Battering Ram from the top rope. Sheamus goes for White Noise, but Big Show blocks it. Sheamus then counters a Chokeslam, and he hits an impressive White Noise. The crowd is chanting for Sheamus, and he poses for them. Sheamus sets up in the corner and goes for the Brogue Kick, but Big Show rolls out of the ring. Sheamus attacks him outside, but Big Show gets the better of that exchange. Big Show rolls into the ring, but Sheamus is able to snap his arm off the top rope. Sheamus climbs to the top rope when all of a sudden Mark Henry appears at ringside. Henry knocks over the steel steps. This distracts Sheamus enough for Big Show to hit the Knockout Punch for the win!

    Winner by Pinfall: Big Show
    Match Rating: **

    Randy Orton will be in action against Mark Henry later tonight. We'll also see Undertaker compete in his first Smackdown match in three years, as he takes on Dean Ambrose in the main event.

    -Commercial Break-

    William Regal vs. Wade Barrett

    Before the match, Wade Barrett talks about how he's heard stories about London's infamous grave robberies. He never believed them, but today he does because there is a body missing from the cemetery. That body is in the ring in the form of William Regal. He'll be sent back to where he came from courtesy of the Barrett Barrage.

    The bell rings, and Barrett quickly kicks him. Regal ducks a short-arm clothesline before sending him to the corner for a forearm. Regal knees away at him, but Barrett quickly comes back with a sidekick. Regal ducks a Bull Hammer and hits an exploder suplex. Barrett avoids the Running Knee and takes him out with the Bull Hammer for the win.

    Winner by Pinfall: Wade Barrett
    Match Rating: 1/4 *

    They show footage of Paul Heyman alleging that Triple H wasn't in the building on Monday Night RAW. Triple H then came out, accepted Brock Lesnar's challenge, and gave Heyman a Pedigree.

    Randy Orton makes his way to the ring for a match against Mark Henry. They'll fight on Friday night, next.

    -Commercial Break-

    Randy Orton vs. Mark Henry

    They circle the ring and lock up. Henry quickly powers him to the corner and clotheslines him. Henry goes for the World's Strongest Slam, but Orton counters out before punching him down. Henry rolls out of the ring in frustration. Orton attacks him at ringside, but Henry rakes the eyes. Henry head-butts him before attempting to throw him into the steel ring post. Orton slides off his shoulders and pushes him in. Henry gets in the ring, and Orton gives him the Garvin Stomp. Orton poses for the crowd, and Henry avalanches him.

    Henry puts him on the rope and chokes him a bit. Orton tries to come back with a kick, but Henry quickly gives him some shoulder thrusts. Henry screams to the crowd, "That's what I do!" Orton comes back with some punches, but Henry shoves him off. Orton clotheslines him, but Henry doesn't go down. Orton ducks a clothesline, and he finally takes Henry down with a clothesline. Orton hits a DDT for a near fall. Henry's kick-out caused Orton to land on his feet. Orton gets Henry caught on the apron, and he hits him with a hanging DDT. Orton gets the crowd into it, and he begins stalking Henry who simply rolls out of the ring. Orton follows him outside and punches, but Henry drives him into the ring post. Henry puts him in the ring and gets back in. Henry then turns around, and Sheamus gives him a Brogue Kick!

    Winner by Disqualification: Mark Henry
    Match Rating: * 1/4

    Sheamus calls for Orton to attack Henry, so Orton obliges with an RKO. They stand over Mark Henry and pose.

    We'll take a look at the confrontation between John Cena, Ryback, and Mick Foley, next.

    -Commercial Break-

    The RAW Rebound airs, and it highlights Mick Foley's confrontation with Ryback. Ryback threatened to attack him, but John Cena ran out to even the odds. The Shield then made their way to the ring, and Cena left Ryback in the ring to fend for himself. The Shield attacked Ryback, but Cena fought them off with a chair, helping Ryback. Cena then gave Ryback the Attitude Adjustment.

    The Undertaker makes his epic entrance for the main event. He will compete in his first match on Smackdown in three years against Dean Ambrose, next.

    -Commercial Break-

    Undertaker vs. Dean Ambrose w/ The Shield

    Undertaker goes to corner Ambrose, but Set Rollins and Roman Reigns get on the apron to distract him. Ambrose punches away at Undertaker, but he's quickly turned in the corner. Undertaker punches away at him in the corner before throwing him over the top rope. Undertaker leaves the ring to drive Ambrose into the barricade. Undertaker scares off the rest of The Shield before dropping a leg on Ambrose, who was hanging out over the apron. Undertaker charges him in the corner for a big boot, but Ambrose sidesteps him. Ambrose then dropkicks him out of the ring.

    Ambrose punches away at him before driving him into the barricade. Ambrose puts him in the ring and punches away at him. Ambrose grinds his forearm into Undertaker's face before dropkicking him down for a near fall. Ambrose applies a neck vice, but Undertaker fights up. Ambrose quickly takes him down with a neckbreaker for a near fall.

    Ambrose hits a straight punch to the face before mocking Undertaker's taunt. Undertaker grabs him by the throat, and they trade punches. Undertaker goes into the ropes, but Ambrose hits him with a knee. Ambrose hits the ropes, and Undertaker Chokeslams him down. Rollins gets on the apron, and Undertaker punches him off. Reigns distracts the referee, and Ambrose low blows Undertaker. Ambrose hits a big DDT for a near fall. Ambrose can't believe it, and Undertaker catches him with Hell's Gate for the win!

    Winner by Submission: Undertaker
    Match Rating: * 1/2

    The Shield immediately attacks him after the bell rings. Undertaker mounts a little comeback by sending Reigns into the barricade and Rollins into the crowd. Undertaker grabs a steel chair, and he hits Ambrose in the midsection with it before punching him down. Undertaker goes to Chokeslam Rollins on the outside, but Reigns spears him through the barricade! Ambrose slams the chair off his back a few times. They then clear the commentary table of the lid and the televisions. The Shield then gives Undertaker a vicious Triple Powerbomb through the table! They stand over the Phenom as Smackdown comes to an end!


    Quick Match Results

    Jack Swagger def. Alberto Del Rio
    Layla def. Aksana
    Fandango def. Justin Gabriel
    Big Show def. Sheamus
    Wade Barrett def. William Regal (non-title)
    Mark Henry def. Randy Orton via DQ
    Undertaker def. Dean Ambrose via Submission

    27-04-2013 om 12:07 geschreven door jefken  

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    - Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson reiterated in a Twitter Q&A Friday that WrestleMania 29 "may have been my last match." This statement follows The Rock telling radio host Peter Rosenberg last week that WrestleMania was "probably" his last match.

    "Mania may have been my last match. The 3 year goal was to come in & elevate the WWE. Then proudly 'do the honors.' #RockTalk."

    Rock also added that his injury rehab is "coming along well" after deciding to have surgery to repair torn abdominal muscles he tore during the WrestleMania main event match against John Cena.

    27-04-2013 om 11:54 geschreven door jefken  

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    Video: Chris Sabin returns to IMPACT WRESTLING

    Video: Chris Sabin returns to IMPACT WRESTLING

    Video: Chris Sabin returns to IMPACT WRESTLING

    Multi-time X Division Champion and Tag Team Champion, Chris Sabin, makes his return to IMPACT WRESTLING on the Thursday's May 2nd broadcast on SpikeTV! Watch a special preview video of Sabin's comeback from injury:

    27-04-2013 om 10:43 geschreven door jefken  

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    Uitslagen NXT 25 april
    Uitslagen NXT 25 april

    26-04-2013 om 12:22 geschreven door jefken  

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    Uitslagen TNA Impact Wrestling 25 april
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen TNA Impact Wrestling Results - 4/25/13

    James Storm comes out to the ring as we see clips of AJ Styles beating him last week, and he says that he wanted to fight AJ and he brought the fight. Storm spots AJ in the crowd and says that his new finishing move hurt like hell and AJ was the better man last week, but he's not going to cry over spilled milk because he's a beer drinker. Storm says he'd rather deal with the Aces & Eights idiots who jumped from behind, and if they wanted to fight, all they needed to do is call him, tweet him, or whatever. Storm says he knows that if he calls one of them out, they're all going to come out, but they can bring as many out as they want because he'll take one or two of them out in the process. Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian come out and Daniels says they want to weigh in on the matter since they were also victims of Aces & Eights. Hogan doesn't have an answer to the Aces & Eights problem, but the two smartest men in the room know the answer to the problem, because Aces & Eights has been playing the numbers game, but they know the magic number and it's four. Not just any four, but Fortune. Kazarian says that all AJ needs to do is forgive himself for giving them cheapshots last week because he forgives them, then get away from the fartknockers in the audience and get in the ring with his boys Bad Influence and reform Fortune tonight since it's the right thing to do. AJ doesn't respond, but Storm says everyone wants them to shut up, so Kazarian tells "Travis Tritt" that the fans don't concern them and Storm is irrelevant, and this leads to Storm jumping Daniels and getting laid out 2-on-1 while AJ watches from amidst the fartknockers. Daniels and Kazarian leave as Aces & Eights comes out to the ring and surround Storm, Garett Bischoff and Wes Brisco get a table out from under the ring and set it up so Anderson can powerbomb Storm through it, but Joseph Park runs out and gets a couple of shots in before the gang overwhelms him and he gets laid out as well. Doc and Mike Knox get ready to double chokeslam Park through the table, but Bully Ray tells them to stop so he and Devon can give Park 3D through the table. In a nice touch, Park's hand is twitching as he lays on the mat with Aces & Eights standing over him as we go to commercial.

    We're back, and Aces & Eights are still in the ring as Joseph Park is being carried out, and Bully Ray tells the crowd they said they weren't screwing around. He tells the fans to look around because there ain't no heroes left: no Samoa Joe, no Brutus Magnus, no James Storm, no Joseph Park, NOBODY. Last week, he called out one man (crowd chants for Hogan), and Bubba says that's right, he called out his next victim, Hulk Hogan. He tells "Dad" that he has until the end of the show to answer his challenge, because when you ride with Aces & Eights, you never walk alone.

    We go to the announcers, who tell us that Hulk Hogan was here, but he left hours ago and we don't know why. Todd says we don't know if he's coming back, and Taz says there's no way because he's not dumb enough to show up.

    We go to a video package that recaps Mickie's path back to a title shot, and she feels sorry for Velvet because she has to fight through an injury, but she needs to remind everyone of how good she is and it's her time to shine.

    Taryn Terrell makes her way to the ring, and she faces Tara...NEXT!

    Hulk Hogan returns to the building and the annoying dumbass with the camera tries to get some answers about where he went, but Hogan says to let it go and walks off.

    Taryn Terrell vs Tara

    Terrell goes nuts on Tara, beating her into the corner, hitting a rolling neckbreaker, and then a series of hairtosses. Terrell goes back after Terrell in the corner, but she gets hotshot off the top rope and Tara starts putting the boots to her and rams her face into the mat. Now Tara hairtosses her across the ring, ODB gives her a laying down of the law before Tara gives Terrell a catapult into the corner. Tara gets Terrell in a version of the Muta Lock and then snaps back on the knee and covers Terrell for a series of two counts. Terrell tries to mount a comeback, but Tara lifts her in the air by the neck and chokes her for a 4 count before just dropping her to the mat. That's some good power there by Tara. Tara is just toying with Terrell and doesn't even really seem to be trying too hard to cradle her on the pin attempts. Tara catapults Terrell into the bottom rope this time and gets another couple of 2 counts, but Terrell moves out of the way of a slingshot rolling legdrop and finally starts that comeback with a series of clotheslines and a verticla suplex. Terrell goes to the top for a flying bodypress, but she takes too long and Tara moves out of the way. Terrell hits hard and Tara trash talks her instead of going for the kill, and I justr KNOW that's going to come back to bite her. Tara picks Terrell up and hits a twisting side suplex, but again passes up the pin, takes her time to do the ass shaking moonsault, and gets rolled up for 3.

    Winner: Taryn Terrell

    I liked this match, I thought they told a good story of the veteran taking the rookie too lightly and getting caught because she screwed around instead of going for the kill.

    Robbie E is backstage and tells Jesse Godderz that Rob Terry always said he knew Jesse had bigger arms and pecs than him, and when he beats Rob Terry tonight, he'll be on his way to becoming a bro on the level of George Washington, Al Bundy, and Oprah Winfrey. Jesse flexes and says he doesn't need Robbie's help...bro.

    Robbie E is backstage and tells Jesse Godderz that Rob Terry always said he knew Jesse had bigger arms and pecs than him, and when he beats Rob Terry tonight, he'll be on his way to becoming a bro on the level of George Washington, Al Bundy, and Oprah Winfrey. Jesse flexes and says he doesn't need Robbie's help...bro.

    Rob Terry vs Jesse Godderz

    Jesse flexes at the crowd, then turns around and gets his head taken off with a trilogy of clotheslines. Terry gets distracted briefly by Robbie E, but gets Jesse by the neck and tosses him across the ring by the neck. Robbie E distracts Terry again and this time Jesse is able to capitalize and blindside Terry by clipping his knee. That advantage lasts about thirty seconds before Terry goes back to manhandling Jesse. Jesse dropkicks Terry and gets him in a camel clutch while hammering forearms into his chest, he covers Terry but only get 1. Jesse comes off the middle rope, Terry catches him and pops him up into the powerslam, but Robbie E pulls the ref out of the ring at 2. Terry goes after Robbie E, Jesse tries to blindside him again, but Terry sees him coming and just LAUNCHES him into Robbie E, then he press slams Jesse into the ring, hits the spinebuster, and Jesse is out as Terry covers for 3.

    Winner: Rob Terry

    Terry reigns supreme again as Robbie and Jesse seethe at him from the top of the ramp and wonder what it will take to stop this monster.

    Velvet Sky is backstage, and she's...uh...JUTTING!

    Frankie Kazarian and Christopher Daniels catch up backstage with Bobby Roode and asks him if he wants to reform Fortune. They say to forget about Storm, but if the three of them stand together, Daniels knows AJ will rejoin them. Roode seems to be considering it as Daniels and Kazarian leave, and we see Aries peeking around the corner with a knowing look on his face as he eavesdropped on their conversation. We look back at two weeks ago when Bully Ray defeated Jeff Hardy in Full Metal Mayhem to retain the TNA World Title, and Mike Tenay says that there are rumors that Jeff Hardy is thinking of walking away from the business. Taz says that comes as no surprise and tells Hardy do the smart thing and take his ball and go home.

    We see a video package hyping the return of Chris Sabin, who will be back in the ring next week after two ACL tears put him on the shelf for the better part of the last two years. Great video package that got me psyched to see him come back.

    Chavo Guerrero, Jr & Hernandez come out to the ring, and they'll defend the title against Bobby Roode and Austin Aries...NEXT!

    Austin Aries comes up to Bobby Roode and says that if he wants to reform Fortune, that's his business since they're not really friends, just two dominant World Champions who make a dominant team. He asks how Daniels and Kazarian are such great wrestlers if Aries was the one who beat him for the title, and why Fortune disappeared if they were so awesome. Aries says he wants to be a World Tag Team Champion and wants Roode to do that with him, and if Roode screw him tonight, he's just screwing himself.

    Speaking of Daniels and Kazarian, they join the broadcast team for our next match...

    TNA World Tag Team Title Match: Chavo Guerrero, Jr & Hernandez vs Bobby Roode & Austin Aries

    The crowd is solidly behind Aries as he locks up with Chavo and they trade some basic chain wrestling to start the match. Chavo finally has enough and starts pounding on Aries with right hands before planting him with a back suplex for 1. Aries tags Roode in and yells at Roode to get to it when he stops to glance down at Daniels and Kazarian. Roode comes in and immediately gets flattened by Hernandez, who bowls him over with a shoulderblock and a big splash for 2. Hernandez gets a delayed vertical suplex on Roode, then he no-sells Aries when he runs in and tries to chop Hernandez, who just pumps him up into the air and press slams him, Hernandez goes up the rampway and charges down for the flying shoulderblock, but Roode and Aries see him coming and dodge the shot, and Roode covers Hernandez for 2. Roode puts the boots to Hernandez and hits a vertical suplex so Aries can slingshot in with a rolling senton for 2. Now Hernandez is in the wrong part of town, as Roode hits a series of running kneestrikes to the gut and a Canadian legsweep for 2. Hernandez evades a double team attempt, clotheslines Roode, tosses Aries onto the corner, and tags in Chavo to clean house and hit some of his Amigos and a rolling front kick on Aries for 2. Chavo with a DDT on Roode for 2, Hernandez dumps Aries to the floor and sets Roode up for the Border Toss, but Daniels and Kazarian interject themselves and allow Roode to hit Hernandez with a psinebuster. Aries goes for the 450 splash, Hernandez kicks Roode into the corner and knocks Aries to the floor, then Daniels distracts the referee while Daniels tries to nail Hernandez, but Hernandez moves and Daniels accidentally lays Roode out. Chavo goes up top and hits the frogsplash for the win.

    Winners: Chavo Guerrero, Jr & Hernandez

    Chavo and Hernandez retain the title, even though Todd seemed to think Roode and Aries were the champions through the whole match. The seeds of dissension are sown between Roode and Aries...though they never really trusted each other to begin with.

    The cameraman catches up with Matt Morgan and asks him what he thinks of tonight's confrontation between Hogan and Bubba. He says Hogan's signing his death warrant, but he's headed out to the ring right now to tell everyone what his solution is, and he wants everybody to pay attention and learn something.

    We see Hulk Hogan appearing at the press conference in Florida where he got heckled while announcing that Impact was coming to town, followed by a video package of the recent history between Hulk Hogan and Matt Morgan, and then Morgan comes out to the ring to address the crowd. He says that the last year and a half of his career have centered around mistakes by Hulk Hogan, mistakes like taking Sting's adevice and trusting Bully Ray, not naming Matt Morgan the #1 contender at Lockdown, and giving Bully Ray the title shot so he could steal the title and make Impact Wrestling implode. Hogan ejected Sting, his best friend for 20 years, and nobody's seen him since. Jeff Hardy tried to regain the title for Hogan and TNA, and he got stretchered out of the arena because of Aces & Eights. The crowd chants for Hogan, and Morgan says he's with them because he'd like to ask Hogan down to the ring so he can present him with the answer to all of his problems. Hogan takes his time, but finally comes out to face Morgan, who says that he doesn't want to BS each other: Hogan has no more horses in the race and no backup when he comes out to face Bubba later tonight. Everyone knows they're going to eat him up and spit him out, they've done it to everyone else on their roster, and he has nobody left. Morgan offers the ultimate solution: seven feet and 300 pounds of "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan. Nobody wants it more and nobody has begged for the shot more than Matt Morgan, and nobody's more able to eliminate them than he is, and he is Hogan's seven foot knight in shining armor, and if given the opportunity, he'll take Bully Ray's watermelon head and Carbon Footprint it into the fifth row...for a small price, of course. Morgan says he'll handle the Bully Ray situation if Hogan gives him the title shot at Slammiversary right now, and he asks Hogan what he thinks. Hogan stops to look out at the crowd and gauge their reaction, and the fans seem into the idea. Hogan tells Morgan that a lot of what he says is true and he has the goods to get the job done, and Hogan says he probably could, but with his hopes at an all time high, he was hoping Morgan would do the right thing. Hogan put up with all of Morgan's crap because he was hoping Morgan would finally become the guy we all wanted him to be, the second coming of the Mania, BROTHER, but at the end of the day, Morgan will only do it for a price. If Hogan gave him the title shot now, it would be a bigger mistake than Bully Ray, and he knows he caused all this trouble with Aces & Eights, and even if he's not capable, he'll go out there and take what he needs to take for the sake of the company and he's not going to hand anything over to Morgan. And by the way, he never saw Andre the Giant come out here and whine like a little bitch. Hogan drops the mic and storms off as an irate Morgan stands in the ring in shock that he didn't get his title shot.

    Mickie James and Velvet Sky are backstage, and they're...WALKING!
    Aces & Eights are in their satellite clubhouse laughing over the idea of Hulk Hogan facing them alone after like 20 knee surgeries, but Bully Ray makes the rest of the gang promise not to get involved and let him deal with his father-in-law by himself.

    Knockouts Title Match: Velvet Sky vs Mickie James

    Mickie looks like she's worked hard to get herself into great shape. They do some basic feeling out before Velvet snapmares Mickie and hits a basement dropkick for 2. Velvet hits a leapfrog and tweaks the knee she injured a couple of weeks ago, and Mickie hesitates for a moment before going for a cover. She only gets 2, so she gets a spinning toehold, a very legitimate submission hold that could end a match after someone suffers an injury like Velvet did...and we choose now to go to commercial.

    We're back, and Mickie is still relentlessly working Velvet's knee over. She catches Velvet in an STF, Velvet makes it to the ropes to force a break, and she suddenly starts firing back at Mickie after getting a second wind. Her knee is still giving her a lot of trouble as she unloads on Mickie, but collapses when she gets fired into the ropes and goes down in a heap. Mickie hesitates again, and it costs her as Velvet hits a Russian legsweep for 2. Mickie hits a leaping enziguiri and goes to the top, and she connects with a top rope Thesz Press that Velvet just barely kicks out of. Mickie backdrops Velvet out of In Your Face and sets up for the DDT, but Velvet shoves her off so Mickie dropkicks the injured knee out from under her. Mickie again gives Velvet time to recover and Velvet catches her in a small package and she grabs the damn jeans to get 3!

    Winner: Velvet Sky

    I don't think Velvet actually was supposed to cheat to win the match, but they were close enough to the ropes that I guess she had to do something to hit the finish and it was one of those things that just kind of happens.

    Bully Ray and Devon are backstage gloating over being the most successful tag team in history, and now they hold the TNA World and TV Titles, and they lead a pack of wolves and nobody is going to stop them. Bubba's going out to face his father-in-law, and he's going to be the man to put the final nail in the coffin of Hulkamania.

    We then go to Brooke Hogan, who is scared to death for her father as he goes out to face Aces & Eights. She knows she sounds like a hypocrite because she wanted to face Bubba alone too, but she has bodyguards. I guess Hogan can't bring Atlas Security to the ring with him? Anyway, Hogan says he made this problem by putting Bubba in the position to win the title, and now he has to go handle this situation. Brooke leaves, Hogan asks himself what he's getting himself into, and he goes back to taping up his wrists.

    Bully Ray comes out to the ring, takes a piece of paper out of his back pocket, and reads off a list of names: Sting, Brutus Magnus, Samoa Joe, Eric Young, the Pope, Kurt Angle, Jeff Hardy, Joseph Park, James Storm, and he asks what all those names have in common. He says they were all victims of Aces & Eights, and there's only one victim left. He tells Hulk Hogan to get out there right now, and Hulk himself comes out with his business tape wrapped around his fists. Bubba yells to have his music shut off as he asks a very angry looking Hulk Hogan how his recently-reconstructed knee is doing. Bubba says Hogan is raring to go and he bets Hogan can't wait to just punch him in his face, hit him with the big boot, and drop the big leg on him, but it ain't gonna happen. Hogan can walk down the ramp, step in the ring, and try to fool the fans, but he'll never in a million years fool Bubba. He can look in Hogan's eyes and see one and only one thing: pure fear. Hulk Hogan fears Bully Ray, and he fears him because he reminds Hogan of himself, he's the last of a dying breed, Hogan's breed. Hogan asked if he ever thought he would see Bubba standing there, and reminds Hogan that he's the President of Aces & Eights, the TNA World Champion, his son-in-law, and the man who's going to put an end to Hulkamania. Hogan says Bubba can't put an end to Hulkamania because Hulkamania will never die. They throw down their microphones, Bubba turns his hat around backward as Taz cheers for Bubba to go after his knee, but instead Bubba just spits in Hogan's face. Hogan stops and shakes his head and starts to walk away, but then he gets the look of the Hulkster, tears his shirt off, and does YOU! at Bubba. Bubba goes YOU back at him and they stare each other down until Bubba takes a swing at Hogan, who blocks, whips Bubba to the ropes for the big boot, but Bubba grabs the ropes and pulls himself out to the floor. The rest of Aces & Eights comes out and surrounds the ring, and things are looking really bad for Hogan...but the lights go out, and when they come back up, Sting is in the ring and is pointing his bat at Hogan. Bubba looks really excited, but we all know what's going to happen next. Sure enough, Sting turns around, nudges Bubba's hat off with the bat, and starts laying out Aces & Eights with the bat while Hogan knocks a few off himself. Aces & Eights heads for the hills, but instead of giving Hogan a big, sloppy hug and kiss, he points his bat at Hogan and then walks off without saying a word. Sting is back to help TNA, but it looks like he and Hogan still have a ways to go as a bewildered Hogan stares out at the crowd as we call it a week.

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    Video: One Night Only - Joker's Wild | Coming May 3rd to PPV and TNAOnDemand
    Video: One Night Only - Joker's Wild | Coming May 3rd to PPV and TNAOnDemand

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    TNA Launches New Knockouts Website

    TNA Launches New Knockouts Website

    TNA Wrestling has officially unveiled their new Knockouts only website. You can check out the new website at

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    Uitslagen ROH 13 april
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen Uitslagen  ROH 13 april


    25-04-2013 om 13:31 geschreven door jefken  

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    Update on Rosa Mendes' Status with WWE

    Update on Rosa Mendes' Status with WWE
    Posted by Steve Carrier on 04/24/2013 at 11:57 PM

    As reported earlier, Rosa Mendes was sent home from WWE's ongoing European tour. WWE issued a statement to online news outlets stating, "Rosa Mendes left the international tour for personal reasons."

    According to the Wrestling Observer, Mendes was "partying too much on the tour," with one company source describing her as "a mess." Talent and other employees were under the belief that she would probably not rejoin the company on the road for a while, but also mentioned that she has not been suspended. noted that Mendes has a history of similar issues, which prompted company officials to send her back home.

    Mendes addressed the matter on Twitter, writing, "Just wanted to let all my #Mendesluverz that I'm ok. I had to take care of some personal matters. Thank you for all your support. Love you."

    Mendes manages the real-life cousin tandem of Primo and Epico, and is considered the star of the group due to her appearance and charisma. Though Primo and Epico are well-liked within the company and considered good workers, the general feeling is that they lack charisma and therefore aren't heavily promoted.


    25-04-2013 om 12:12 geschreven door jefken  

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    Uitslagen raw in luik

    Uitslagen raw in luik

Zack Ryder vs Heath Slater
winnaar:Zack Ryder

Michael Mcgillicutty vs Brad Maddox
winnaar:Michael Mcgillicutty

Tamina Snuka vs Kaitlin voor de divas title 

Daniel Bryan vs Dolph Ziggler w/ Aj Lee voor de world Heavyweight Title
winnaar:Daniel Bryan met DQ

Rhodes Scholars vs Tons Of Funk
Winnaars:Tons Of Funk

R-Truth vs Cesaro

Ryback, Ziggler en Big E Langston vs Cena, Daniel Bryan en Kane
winnaars:Cena, Daniel Bryan en KaneUitslagen raw in luik

    Zack Ryder vs Heath Slater
    winnaar:Zack Ryder

    Michael Mcgillicutty vs Brad Maddox
    winnaar:Michael Mcgillicutty

    Tamina Snuka vs Kaitlin voor de divas title

    Daniel Bryan vs Dolph Ziggler w/ Aj Lee voor de world Heavyweight Title
    winnaar:Daniel Bryan met DQ

    Rhodes Scholars vs Tons Of Funk
    Winnaars:Tons Of Funk

    R-Truth vs Cesaro

    Ryback, Ziggler en Big E Langston vs Cena, Daniel Bryan en Kane
    winnaars:Cena, Daniel Bryan en Kane

    25-04-2013 om 11:52 geschreven door jefken  

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    The Shield and Fandango flown in

    - The segment on RAW last night where The Shield arrived in a helicopter was real footage as they had to fly from the SmackDown live event in Cardiff, Wales to make it to RAW. Fandango and Summer Rae were also on the helicopter but obviously not shown. To get Fandango and The Shield to RAW in time, they worked the first and second matches at the SmackDown live event. The Shield lost to Sheamus and The New Age Outlaws while Fandango defeated Ted DiBiase.

    24-04-2013 om 12:47 geschreven door jefken  

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    Reason Why The Bellas Were Not on Last Night's RAW
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    Reason Why The Bellas Were Not on Last Night's RAW
    Posted by Steve Carrier on 04/23/2013 at 08:57 AM

    - The Bella Twins are not currently on WWE's tour of Europe. They attended an E! Upfront party last night.

    The Bellas missed the Divas battle royal last night but tweeted new #1 contender AJ Lee after RAW:

    "Consider yourself lucky @WWEAJLee Things would be a lot different if we weren't disqualified. Enjoy. For now. #RAW #WWE"

    24-04-2013 om 12:43 geschreven door jefken  

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    Fandango & Regal React, Fans Chant for Announcers
    Fandango & Regal React, Fans Chant for Announcers

    - William Regal spoke to after losing to Fandango on last night's RAW from London. Regal said he was humbled by the ovation he received from the crowd.

    - WWE's website also spoke to Fandango after the match. He said the United States fans can't come close to pronouncing his name and singing his song right. He was excited to come to London because maybe the fans could get his song right but they couldn't. Fandango called the UK fans a disgrace.

    - WWE's website also posted footage of Paul Heyman being helped to the back after the segment with Triple H where he took a Pedigree. While Heyman was being helped out of the ring, the crowd broke out in a huge "JBL" chant. JBL responded by standing and saluting the fans, which got an even bigger pop. The crowd then did the same thing for Jerry Lawler and Michael Cole.

    24-04-2013 om 12:09 geschreven door jefken  

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    Rosa Mendes Comments on Being Sent Home
    Rosa Mendes Comments on Being Sent Home

    - As noted before, WWE Diva Rosa Mendes has been sent home from WWE's current tour of Europe. Sources reported she may have been drunk but WWE officials say she was sent home due to personal reasons.

    Rosa commented on the news via her Twitter:

    "Just wanted to let all my #Mendesluverz that I'm ok. I had to take care of some personal matters. Thank you for all your support. Love you"

    "I also encourage everyone to continue #MuscleMania. It has helped me in the past and it will still be helping me now. #Determination."

    24-04-2013 om 12:03 geschreven door jefken  

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    Uitslagen wwe raw 22 april
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen WWE Raw Results - 4/22/13

    - RAW opens up from London, England with Paul Heyman in the ring. Heyman introduces himself and gets a mixed reaction. Heyman says he's here as the advocate for Brock Lesnar. Heyman talks about Lesnar destroying 3MB last week and the challenge to Triple H for Extreme Rules. Heyman shows us footage from last week. Heyman says Triple H isn't here tonight but he has an e-mail from Triple H with his response to the challenge. It says Triple H will give his answer next week. The crowd boos. Heyman rips Triple H until his music hits and out comes The Game.

    Triple H says he lied in the e-mail. He grabs Heyman's tie and tells him to inform Brock Lesnar that he accepts the challenge. Triple H hits Heyman with a Pedigree and poses over him before we go to replays.

    - Still to come tonight, Chris Jericho vs. Dolph Ziggler. We go to commercial.

    Back from the break and out comes World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler with AJ Lee and Big E Langston. Back and forth to start the match. Jericho drops Dolph and dropkicks him. Ziggler goes out to get a kiss from AJ but gets ran over by Jericho. Back to commercial.

    R-Truth vs. Antonio Cesaro

    We go to the ring and out comes R-Truth rapping his "what's up?" theme song. Antonio Cesaro is out next. Cesaro yodels on his way to the ring.

    Cesaro takes control to start the match. Cesaro with a big uppercut to the back and a huge clothesline. Truth fights out of a headlock and rolls Cesaro up for 2. Truth with clotheslines now. Truth misses the scissors kick but blocks Cesaro with a right hand. Truth with a facebuster for a 2 count. Truth runs into a knee but counters and hits his finisher for the win.

    Winner: R-Truth

    - We see a helicopter arriving somewhere and it's The Shield. They hop into a Range Rover and make their way to the arena.

    Brodus Clay vs. Damien Sandow

    We go to the ring and out comes Brodus Clay, Tensai, Cameron and Naomi. We go to commercial.

    Back from the break and out comes Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow. Sandow and Clay lock up to start the match. Clay with a big clothesline and headbutts to the back. Clay with a scoop slam and an elbow drop for a 2 count. Sandow tries for a comeback but Clay runs over him. Sandow counters a slam and takes control. Sandow with knees to the face. Sandow drops the Elbow of Disdain for a 2 count. Clay makes a comeback and beats Sandow down in the corner. Clay with a big splash in the corner and a t-bone suplex. Clay chases Cody off the apron and Sandow gets a cheap shot in. Sandow rolls Clay up for the win.

    Winner: Damien Sandow

    - Dolph Ziggler is backstage talking to the World Heavyweight Title. AJ Lee walks up. He says she should have a title of her own. He says it would look better on AJ than Kaitlyn and they pick on Kaitlyn. Big E Langston is standing there. Dolph says this is their time so stop creeping. Big E walks off. Vickie Guerrero and Brad Maddox walk up. If Ziggler loses his match tonight against Chris Jericho, Jericho gets put into the Extreme Rules match, making it a Fatal 4 Way. Vickie laughs in their faces and walks off as we go to commercial.

    - Back from the break and we see CM Punk's promo from last week. Michael Cole says they've tried contacting Punk all week to no avail.

    - The Shield appear on the big screen. Seth Rollins says they went through great lengths to be here tonight. Dean Ambrose talks about The Undertaker. Rollins says they will make their greatest statement tonight. Ambrose says Taker will know what justice tastes like tonight.

    Chris Jericho vs. Dolph Ziggler

    We go to the ring and out comes Chris Jericho to a big pop. We go to commercial.

    Back from the break and out comes World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler with AJ Lee and Big E Langston. Back and forth to start the match. Jericho drops Dolph and dropkicks him. Ziggler goes out to get a kiss from AJ but gets ran over by Jericho. Back to commercial.

    Back from the break and Big E gets in a cheap shot on Jericho. Ziggler with a neckbreaker and a 2 count. Ziggler with stomps and more offense. Ziggler drops a big elbow for another 2 count. Jericho comes back with chops but misses a splash in the corner and falls out to the floor. Ziggler brings it back in for a 2 count. Ziggler shows off and taunts Jericho. Jericho counters a neckbreaker with a roll up for 2. Ziggler comes right back with a clothesline.

    Ziggler gets a sleeper locked in now. Jericho counters with a big slam and makes a comeback. Jericho goes to the top and nails a big shot on the way down. Jericho misses the bulldog but keeps control. Jericho goes for the Walls of Jericho but Ziggler counters. More back and forth. Jericho with an enziguri for a 2 count. Jericho finally hits the bulldog. AJ gets on the apron and distracts the referee. Big E decks Jericho with a right hand when he goes for the Lionsault. Ziggler covers but Jericho kicks out at 2. More back and forth. Dolph locks in another sleeper hold. More back and forth. Ziggler blocks a Lionsault and nails the leg drop for another 2 count. Ziggler blocks the Walls again. Ziggler goes to the top but Jericho hits the top rope. Jericho climbs up and nails a superplex. Jericho covers for a 2 count. Jericho nails a Codebreaker for another pin attempt. AJ gets back on the apron. Jericho dropkicks Big E off the apron. Jericho goes for the Walls and gets it locked in. Fandango's music hits and the crowd pops big time. This distracts Jericho and the hold is broken. Ziggler with a kick to the knee and Zig Zag for the win.

    Winner: Dolph Ziggler

    - We see footage of Ryback, John Cena and The Shield from last week.

    - Josh Mathews is backstage with Mick Foley. Foley brings up Ryback and says he won't have any time for excuses when he faces Cena in 4 weeks. Foley thanks Mathews and walks off. We go to commercial.

    Tensai vs. Cody Rhodes

    Back from a commercial and Cody Rhodes waits in the ring with Damien Sandow. Tensai is also out with Cameron, Naomi and Clay. Tensai drops Cody and goes to work. Tensai lifts Cody in the air and holds him for a minute before slamming him for a 2 count. Cody turns it around and stomps away for a pin attempt of his own.

    Cody misses a shoulder in the corner and Tensai takes back control. Tensai drops a big elbow for a 2 count. Tensai catapults Cody out of the corner and drops him with a shot to the throat. Tensai with a big senton down low in the corner. Sandow gets on the apron but Clay lays him out. Tensai blocks a Disaster Kick and slams Cody. Tensai dances and drops a splash for the win.

    Winner: Tensai

    - Kane and Daniel Bryan are backstage. Bryan is asking if The Undertaker is here yet so they can go over strategy. Kane tells him not to worry about the Brothers of Destruction. Bryan says they need to be on the same page. Bryan says he has come up with a good plan. Kane says Taker doesn't take orders. Kane tells Bryan do not try and give Taker a hug. Bryan promises he won't. All of a sudden Kane and Bryan get attacked. The camera falls and it looks like The Shield hit them. We go to commercial.

    - Josh Mathews is backstage with Ryback and asks him about watching The Shield beat Cena down last week. Ryback wants to meet Mick Foley in the ring later tonight.

    Zack Ryder vs. Big E Langston

    We go to the ring and out comes Big E Langston. We go to commercial.

    Back from the break and out comes Zack Ryder. Langston backdrops Ryder to start the match. Big E with body shots in the corner. Ryder dodges a clothesline but Big E fights him off. Big E catches a crossbody and drops Ryder over his knees several times. Big E with a big spear in the corner. Ryder gets knees up in the corner and nails a second rope dropkick. Big E clotheslines Ryder out of the air and nails his finisher for the win.

    Winner: Big E Langston

    - Back from the commercial and out comes The Undertaker to the ring.

    The Shield vs. The Undertaker and Team Hell No

    Out next comes Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose through the crowd. They surround the ring and taunt Taker. They hit the ring and Taker fights them off. The pyro goes off and here comes Kane and Daniel Bryan to make the save. There's a big brawl as Taker and Team Hell No clear the ring. We go to commercial with Taker and Team Hell No standing in the ring.

    Back from the break and Ambrose is starting out with Bryan. Bryan takes him to the corner with kicks. Bryan drops Ambrose and kicks him some more. Bryan keeps Ambrose on the mat. Kane tags in and dropkicks Ambrose for a 2 count. Kane with right hands and kicks in the corner. Taker comes in and goes at it with Ambrose in the corner. Taker with a big shoulder and a 2 count. Ambrose cuts him off in the corner and turns it around. Taker fights him off and nails Old School. Taker with more offense before a tag to Kane. A "you still got it" chant breaks out for Taker. Reigns comes in but Kane drops him with a right hand. Kane tags in Bryan for some double teaming on Reigns. Bryan with a 1 count.

    Kane with more offense as he keeps Reigns on the mat. Reigns makes a comeback and drops Kane for a pin attempt. Ambrose tags in and they triple team Kane. Rollins covers for a 2 count. Rollins chokes Kane on the ropes and keeps him in their corner. Kane fights out of the corner but Ambrose stops him. Reigns comes back in and keeps control of Kane. Kane fights out of a hold and slams Reigns. Rollins comes in off the top but Kane drops him with a right hand. Bryan tags in with kicks to Rollins. They run the ropes and Bryan hits a big clothesline. Bryan with more kicks as the crowd chants. Bryan with a big kick to the head and a 2 count on Rollins. Rollins comes back but Bryan dumps him on the floor. Bryan runs the ropes and leaps out, taking Rollins out on the floor. Bryan goes to the top and hits a dropkick on Rollins in the ring. Bryan misses another in the corner and goes down. Back to commercial.

    Back from the break and Rollins is in control of Bryan. Rollins taunts Taker. Ambrose comes back in to keep the attack on Bryan going. Ambrose with a forearm to the face and a 2 count. Ambrose with knees and a big slam now. Ambrose ties Bryan up in a surfboard and tags in Rollins for a big knee drop from the top. Rollins with a 2 count off the double team. Bryan finally catches a break and tags in Taker. Taker sends Reigns to the floor, pulls Ambrose in and knocks Rollins off the apron. Taker unloads on Ambrose and clotheslines him in the corner. Taker nails Snake Eyes and a big boot on Ambrose. Taker with the big leg drop for a 2 count. Taker calls for a chokeslam on Ambrose and grabs Rollins for one also. Reigns makes the save with a huge spear on Taker. Reigns covers but Taker kicks out at 2. Rollins comes back in but Taker takes him out with a big right hand. Taker with a 2 count on Rollins. Kane tags back in and knocks Rollins down. Kane with a big boot and a sideslam. Kane goes to the top for a big right hand. Kane calls for a chokeslam but Rollins counters and kicks him. Ambrose comes in off the top but Kane chokeslams him. Bryan tags in and goes to the top for the headbutt. Reigns pulls Bryan's foot and he falls from the top. Taker comes over and brawls with Reigns. Rollins and Kane join the fight. Ambrose and Bryan brawl up top. Bryan goes for the headbutt but Ambrose moves and takes the pin.

    Winners: The Shield

    - After the match, The Shield retreats through the crowd as Taker and Kane look on. We go to replays.

    - Still to come, Mick Foley will confront Ryback.

    - Foley is backstage with John Cena. Cena is worried about Foley going to meet Ryback in the ring.

    Fandango vs. William Regal

    We go to the ring and out comes Summer Rae dancing. Fandango is out next and part of the crowd sings his theme. Fandango and Summer pose as we go to commercial.

    Back from the break and out comes William Regal to a big pop from the London crowd. Regal mocks Fandango's dancing to start the match. Regal strikes first with clotheslines and a backdrop. Fandango goes to the apron but Regal brings him back in. Fandango with a cheap shot. Fandango takes control of the match now. Regal looks to turn it around but Fandango catches him with one of his finishers for the win.

    Winner: Fandango

    - After the match, there's a brief boo for Fandango but the crowd starts humming his theme song. Fandango and Summer Rae dance above Regal before Fandango pronounces his name and that's it. They dance up the stage but Chris Jericho attacks from behind. Jericho throws Fandango off the stage and the crowd chants his name. Jericho extends his hand to Summer but she hesitates. She takes his hand and they dance to Fandango's music.

    - Still to come, Foley confronts Ryback. Up next is a Divas Battle Royal. Back to commercial.

    Divas Battle Royal: Naomi, Tamina Snuka, Aksana, Layla, AJ Lee

    WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn is on commentary. Cole says The Bella Twins have been banned from this match for cheating last week. Aksana gets eliminated first. Naomi hits Rear View on Tamina. Layla and Naomi try to eliminate Tamina but she hangs on. Naomi is out next. Layla eliminates Tamina next. AJ is playing like she's been knocked out after a Tamina superkick. AJ turns it around and eliminates Layla to become the new #1 contender.

    Winner: AJ Lee

    - Cole leads us into a promo for WWE Studios' No One Lives with Brodus Clay.

    - Mick Foley is backstage walking as we go to commercial.

    - Back from the break and out comes Mick Foley with a steel chair in hand. Foley calls out Ryback and here he comes. Foley speaks and says if Ryback unleashes his best, he will go down and probably not get back up. Foley says but he has thing to say and he hopes some of his words sink in for Ryback. Foley shows us footage of Ryback and Cena in the ring from last week. Ryback says he knows what he did watching The Shield beat Cena down and he loved it. Foley asks what happened to the guy who came into WWE last year and took it by storm. They go on and Foley brings up Extreme Rules. He says Ryback needs to wake up. Ryback tells him to shut up. Ryback says Foley always comes out putting his nose in other peoples business with his same messages from the past. Ryback rips into Foley and says he knows exactly what he's doing. Ryback says he gets what he wants. Ryback says he wanted to send a message to Super Cena and he did. Ryback says he wanted a WWE Title shot and he got it. Ryback says he will become WWE Champion at Extreme Rules. Ryback calls the fans stupid.

    Ryback continues to run down Foley. Ryback calls him a fat pathetic lazy bastard. Ryback asks Foley how that steel chair is going to help him. Foley drops the mic and gets ready to fight with it. Ryback smacks Foley. Foley gets in his face. Ryback tosses the chair out of the ring. Foley readies for a fight but here comes John Cena to the ring. Foley exits the ring and now Cena gets ready for a fight. The Shield's music hits and here they come through the crowd. Cena backs out of the ring and watches from the apron. Cena drops down and heads up the ramp as The Shield surrounds the ring. They attack Ryback and beat him down. Cena comes back with the steel chair and makes the save. Ryback and Cena clear the ring. Cena runs to the floor and beats The Shield with the chair. Cena comes back in and faces off with Ryback as The Shield watches from the crowd. Cena drops the chair and faces off with Ryback. Cena lifts him for an Attitude Adjustment and nails it. Cena stands over Ryback as his music starts back up. We go to replays as Cena heads up the ramp. Cena salutes Ryback, who is up in the ring now. RAW goes off the air with Cena and Ryback staring each other down.






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    WWE Working with Limited Roster for Raw
    Posted by Steve Carrier on 04/22/2013 at 04:02 PM

    - The WWE RAW crew will be working with a limited roster for this afternoon's tapings from London, England as several top stars are working the SmackDown live event in Wales.

    It will be interesting to see how they pull off appearances by Fandango and The Shield, who are currently in Cardiff, Wales for a SmackDown live event. Cardiff to London is just under three hours so it's possible The Shield can show up in time for their main event match against The Undertaker, Kane and Daniel Bryan. Fandango was expected to appear tonight and continue his feud with the returning Chris Jericho. Other guys like Sheamus, Randy Orton and Big Show likely won't be on RAW either.

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    Possible Injury to a WWE Diva

    - Naomi may have injured her left knee in a six-Divas tag match in Paris, France last night. She reportedly landed bad after executing a move on one of The Bella Twins.

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    Bobby Roode Interview: Speaks On Contract Lapse, Impact Zone, Tag Teams And More

    Bobby Roode Interview: Speaks On Contract Lapse, Impact Zone, Tag Teams And More


    TNA Wrestler Bobby Roode spoke with Slam Sports on a number of subjects including his recent rumored contract lapse, getting out of the Impact Zone and more. Below is a quick recap:

    On the issues with his contract:

    "Honestly with the TNA situation, a lot of it had to do with the visa paperwork and stuff like that, being a Canadian and having to come and work in the United States. Everything just fell into place very quickly. It wasn't like I was sitting at home for months at a time, stewing and looking for different things to do."

    On staying in TNA and not pursuing other opportunities:

    "I was trying to concentrate on staying here and looking towards my future, and getting to where I was going to be," he said. "TNA wanted me here bad enough that we were able to work something out quickly. I'm happy for it."

    On Teaming with Austin Aries:

    "Obviously, being able to team with Austin has been a great experience, becoming champion in the tag team division again with him, and being able to compete with guys like Chavo and Hernandez. And getting the chance to work with Bad Influence, [Frankie] Kazarian and [Christopher] Daniels as wel I've always said I was a fan of tag team wrestling in every interview I've done. Tagging with Austin has been a lot of fun."

    On getting out of the Impact Zone:

    "It's obviously not as convenient. Let's face it, for eight years, we were going down to Orlando. We were going to the same hotel, going to the same areas. You became quite familiar with the area. You didn't have a problem getting in or out. You knew exactly how much time you needed to get to the airport and all that stuff. Now, it's a little different that way."

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    Top 10 Richest Wrestlers

    Top 10 Richest Wrestlers

    Here is a list of the 10 richest wrestlers in the world:

    #1: The Rock Net Worth – $70 Million
    #2: Steve Austin Net Worth – $45 Million
    #3: John Cena Net Worth – $35 Million
    #4: Big Show Net Worth – $30 Million
    #5: Triple H Net Worth: $25 Million
    #6: Kurt Angle Net Worth – $20 million
    #7: Chris Jericho Net Worth – $18 Million
    #8: Shawn Michaels Net Worth – $17 Million
    #9: The Undertaker Net Worth – $16 Million
    #10: Mick Foley Net Worth – $15 Million

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    Update on Rosa Being Sent Home

    - PWInsider confirms earlier reports that WWE Diva Rosa Mendes was sent home from the current European tour. We noted earlier that she may have been "drunk" on tour. PWI says officials were worried about her behavior and because she has a history, they made the decision to send her home.

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    Diva In Trouble

    - This is unconfirmed but WrestleZone reports that WWE Diva Rosa Mendes has been sent home from WWE's current European tour. Their story says Rosa was apparently "drunk" for most of the trip so far and WWE decided to send her home. We'll keep you updated on any other details.

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    Jay Lethal Reveals He Has Had Talks With TNA

    Jay Lethal Reveals He Has Had Talks With TNA

    In a recent Live Audio Wrestling, former TNA Wrestler Jay Lethal revealed that TNA did contact him for The One Night Only pay-per-view events. He said:

    "I will admit they called me for the first one but I'm under contract with Ring Of Honor so I think they got the hint so they didn't call me back for any others. I mean, I'm under contract so there's nothing i can do."

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