WWE has been working hard to retain any it's important core talent. They've succeeded in a big way recently, signing Braun Strowman. Also, a 24/7 defense?
Extreme Rules is over. We are rapidly going to move into SummerSlam and all that comes with it. Tonight kicks off things as we head toward August.
After what feels like a long time off, we have a Superstar who might be close to a return of his own. Also, Harley Race is in the hospital.
While we've been given reunion shows in the past, it's been a few years. WWE announced over the weekend that in a week, it's time for another one
WWE got Extreme on Sunday and it resulted in Brock Lesnar cashing-in his Money in the Bank briefcase. So, let's go to the nutshell for a reaction.
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The main event for extreme rules saw both RAW titles up for grabs in a unique winners take all tag team match. By the end of the evening, we had a new champ
Sunday brings us Extreme Rules. Just a couple weeks ago, WWE brought in the godfather of Extreme to be the RAW ED. Will Heyman make Sunday extreme?
We know the Young Bucks are with AEW now, but how close were they to signing with WWE? Also, former WWE Superstar Alberto Del Rio is returning
Until CM Punk shows up for WWE or AEW, the rumors of him doing so won't stop...so let's talk about him talking to the Young Bucks!
It's time for the SmackDown Live go-home show, as the blue brand roster does all it can in the final two hours to make us tune in Sunday
It's RAW's go-home show, and the first for new executive director Paul Heyman. Will a new lease on wrestling life allow us to see superb matches Sunday?
It appears that we have not seen Randy Orton in a little while due to a minor neck injury. Also, Eric Bischoff's anticipated return has been delayed
It seems WWE had an interesting feud planned for The Iiconics, but it was not meant to be. Also, it looks like Rhyno has himself a new home.
Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff are back with new, bigger titles and roles for WWE. The company has high hopes for them. Should we?
It seems we might get to see the Good Brothers stick around WWE for a few more years. The Superstars, who's deals expired soon, have agreed to new deals
WWE has seemingly dusted off the Attitude Era moth balls, and last night we had a very visible example as Kofi Kingston flipped off Samoa Joe.
Well, we've had one new Executive Director run his show last night, so now it's time for the other new ED to do the same for SmackDown.
It's Paul Heyman's first night in charge of RAW, though we really do not know what-if any-changes can be done already. Will RAW be good?
Much has been said about Sasha Banks and her disappearing act. Apparently WWE has now dropped a huge contract offer in her lap. Is she just taking time off?