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Live Reactions – Elimination Chamber 2015 Preshow

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Within the last hour before the Kickoff show went live, it was announced on wwe.com that Rusev had not been cleared to compete and thus will not be a part of the Elimination Chamber for the Intercontinental Championship tonight, meaning that we have a surprise opening in that chamber match.

On the preshow, Booker T announces that his sources are telling him Rusev will be replaced in the Elimination Chamber by a former World Heavyweight Champion.  That points to potentially The Miz, Jack Swagger, Mark Henry, Big Show, Kane or Randy Orton.  Unless somebody like a Chris Jericho were to make a surprise appearance tonight.

Backstage, Kane is talking in the Authority’s office with all 3 members of New Day and New Day asks to be rewarded for helping The Authority out against Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns.  Kane reveals that he has decided that all three members of New Day will be allowed to compete in the Elimination Chamber tonight.  Xavier asks if this means they will get a bigger pod so that all three of them can fit.  Kane looks confused and says if that is going to cause a problem, he can arrange for New Day to start the match and make them go through every other team.  Big E and Kofi then immediately cover Xavier’s mouth before he can make things worse and says it won’t be a problem, they’ll fit.  So, the bottom line is that we know all 3 members of New Day will be in the match and they will not be one of the two teams starting the match.

Another announcement was made on the preshow, this time having to do with the Divas Championship match.  A ruling has been made during the Divas Championship Triple Threat match, nobody will be allowed at ringside.  That means that Brie Bella and Tamina won’t be in Nikki Bella and Naomi’s respective corners.  That means we will likely have a better match than just a couple of minutes full of interference and then a quick pin and a new champion.  However, even with them banned from ringside, I wouldn’t rule out some kind of interference taking place.

At ringside, the announce team talks about the Tough Enough auditions and then we have an impromptu, unannanounced preshow match as Zack Ryder makes his way to the ring.  I don’t think Ryder has had a singles match on a Pay Per View / PPV Preshow in over a year.  Tonight, he’s taking on Stardust, who lost to R-Truth on the Payback preshow two weeks ago.

Stardust controls the early going, mostly working the torso and Ryder’s left arm.  Ryder counters a Vertical Suplex into a Neckbreaker and the tables are turned.  Very nice Missile Dropkick from Ryder off the ring apron to the floor.  The announce team plays up Stardust’s run-in with Stephen Amell on Raw last week.  Ryder hits the Broski Boot and goes for the Rough Ryder, but Stardust blocks it.  Stardust ends up winning with the Cross Rhodes.  JBL says it’s now called the Queen’s Crossbow, playing up a potential Stardust / Amell program.

Tom Phillips interviews Lana.  She sells the beef between her and Rusev and gets gooey over Ziggler.  In case you missed Smackdown, Rusev is no longer waving a Russian flag.  Instead, he’s waving a Bulgarian flag.  That’s a step that seems like Rusev and Lana won’t be reuniting to swerve Ziggler, but you never know.

The Miz returns, announced by Summer Rae.  Miz is wearing an even crappier version of his black man-dress from his last run.  Not only is he a boring performer and a below average wrestler, but he continues to have the worst fashion sense of anybody on the planet.  He’s interviewing Daniel Bryan on a Miz-TV segment.  Miz does the typical heel thing and asks Bryan a question and then interrupts and answers it himself.  Bryan says his career is not over and he WILL be back.  Bryan promotes his upcoming book.  Miz says that due to doctor’s orders, Byran can’t touch him and he can’t touch Bryan.  However, Bryan says that he finds Miz-TV boring and has an alternative solution to continuing it and points to the back and Macho Mandow and Axelmania make their way to the ring and clobber Miz.  Axel drops the leg on Miz and Miz rolls out to the floor and retreats.  The Faux Mega Powers pose down with Daniel Bryan to end the segment.

Dean Ambrose is being interviewed.  Ambrose says that no matter what the Authority has planned, he’s going down swinging.  Roman Reigns shows up and says that Ambrose only has to worry about Seth Rollins tonight because he will be in the corner.

JBL closes down the preshow, standing inside the Elimination Chamber and reviews the rules of the Chamber match.  The chamber is set up, so it looks like one of the two Elimination Chamber matches is coming up first on the main card.

Who’s Hot and Who’s Not – 05/26/15 Edition

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This is a pretty self-explanatory post and will possibly become a regular feature here at the Real American Wrestleblog.  Let’s dive right in and see how it goes.

Who’s Hot

#1 – Kevin Owens – Owens won the NXT Championship just two months after his arrival at NXT R-Evolution.  Despite his two championship matches with Sami Zayn (at NXT Rival and NXT Unstoppable) being aborted by referee interference, Owens has not lost any steam.  In the first match with Zayn, the result was what amounted to a TKO, which wasn’t ideal, but it was palatable because it set up for what we thought would be an epic rematch.  However, the second match was unable to finish due to multiple referees, the NXT commissioner and finally the debuting Samoa Joe getting in between Owens and Zayn and not allowing Owens to finish Zayn off.  Despite all of that, Kevin Owens is as over with the crowd as ever, just like every WWE signing to come out of ROH has been.  And now, this Sunday, Owens gets to make his WWE main roster PPV debut with a one-on-one match against John Cena.  When was the last time somebody making their PPV debut was given a match with John Cena?  My best guess would be maybe Carlito’s lackey Jesus back during their United States Championship rivalry back in 2004.  It says a lot about WWE’s opinion of Owens, especially since he’s not the most in-shape of athletes, to put him in the ring with the face of the company on his first major WWE event.

#2 – Dean Ambrose – In what week would this list be complete without Dean Ambrose?  But he has to be here this week, especially since he’s getting a one-on-one opportunity for the WWE Championship this Sunday at the Elimination Chamber.  Ambrose’s antics usually make him the highlight of the night every single week on both Raw and Smackdown.  It’s not just the Lunatic Fringe crazy antics, but it’s the over the top theatrics and top notch ring psychology that have made him an unwavering fan favorite since The Shield turned face approximately 15 months ago.  Win or lose, no matter what the outcome of any given match, Ambrose seems to come out of it better than he went in.

#3 – John Cena – Cena’s United States Championship Open Challenge, since it began, has provided the best match of the night on every episode of Monday Night Raw where the match wasn’t interrupted by interference.  Cena has really stepped up his game in the ring, adding that new Springboard Stunner maneuver to his arsenal.  Plus, defending the title every week against an unknown challenger adds a lot of drama and entertainment value to the show, even if we know that no matter who it is that answers the challenge, Cena is still leaving with the belt.  At this moment in time, Cena might just be the best entertainer that he’s ever been.

Who’s Not

#1 – Stardust – Other than using the bag of spiders to steal a win over R-Truth on Raw a few weeks ago, when was the last time that Stardust won a match?  He lost to Truth on the Payback preshow.  He lost to Neville last night.  He lost to his big brother back at Fastlane.  He lost in the Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match at Wrestlemania.  And he lost back in either the second or third United States Championship open challenge that Cena offered.  Any other wins that he’s picked up in 2015 have not been very memorable.  As much as I enjoyed the Goldust / Stardust tag team for a while, it’s gotta be about time for Cody to take off the facepaint and get back to what worked for him before.

#2 – The Bella Twins – Nikki and Brie got steam-rolled by Naomi and Tamina at Payback.  When Nikki came out to rescue Paige on Raw last week, she tripped on the apron leaving the ring and fell flat on her face trying to chase Naomi and Tamina up the rampway.  And heel or face, the Bellas just aren’t getting much of a reaction from the crowd, it seems to me.  It’s well past time to give some different divas a chance.  I predict we see a new Divas Champion this Sunday at Elimination Chamber.

#3 – Adam Rose – Instead of wrestling every week, Rose appears relegated to making out with Rosa Mendes backstage.  And when it happens, Kane is usually walking by or forced to otherwise bear witness to this unsavory sight.  It definitely feels like another run-in with the Big Red Machine is looming in Rose’s future and it won’t have a happy ending.  Next time time, since the Rosebuds have been dismissed,there won’t be The Bunny or any other of the other residents of the Exotic Express to shield Rose from Kane’s destruction.

Payback Preshow Live Reactions – WWE Championship Fatal 4-Way

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The match starts off with the announcers reminding us every 30 seconds that Seth Rollins does not have to be pinned to lose the championship.  However, they also tell us repeatedly that Seth Rollins has to pin somebody to keep the title.  Reigns takes everybody down with a dive over the top rope early.  As we go on with Rollins on the short end of a 2-on-1 beatdown from Reigns and Ambrose, Kane decides to start helping Rollins out.  Kane and J & J triple team Orton out on the floor with Rollins taking advantage of Kane’s help to work over Ambrose in the ring.  Reigns is overselling Kane throwing him into the barricade out on the floor.  Rollins gets several near falls on Ambrose while Orton and Reigns rest on the floor.  Ambrose battles back and hits Dirty Deeds, but Kane Chokeslams him.  Orton and Reigns get back in the action and now Orton and Rollins carry the action in the ring while Ambrose and Reigns rest.  Orton hits a Superplex for a near fall.  Nobody ever wins with a Superplex, yet everybody acts surprised when somebody kicks out of one.  Everybody fights it out on the floor now and they set up the table to put somebody through the table.  Now the three former members of the Shield temporarily unite and Triple Team Orton and Triple Powerbomb him through the table..  Rollins then hugs Reigns and Ambrose, but they laugh and smile and then take turns pummeling Rollins.  They then set up the spanish announce table for somebody to go through it and Kane saves Rollins from being put through it.  Ambrose fights off Kane and rams him into the ring post.  Reigns puts Rollins on the table.  Ambrose and Reigns then Power Bomb Kane onto Rollins on the table, but the table doesn’t break.  The crowd chants for one more time and Ambrose and Reigns give them what they want and do the spot over and this time the table crumples in a heap.  Ambrose and Reigns say there is nothing left to do but fight it out among themselves and so they get back in the ring and start fighting it out, trading punches.  Reigns gets a near fall on a Powerslam and goes for the Superman Punch, but Ambrose counters into a Schoolboy for a near fall.  Reigns hits the Superman Punch and makes the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at the last second.  Awesome that the match continues, but it seems like the first Superman Punch never puts anybody away.  Ambrose blocks the Spear.  Reigns counters out of Dirty Deeds.  Ambrose goes for the Pendulum Clothesline off the ropes, but Reigns ducks and goes off the ropes and hits the Spear, but Rollins makes the save on the cover.  Reigns beats up J & J some more and throws Rollins back in the ring where Ambrose is back up.  Superman Punch on Rollins.  Pendulum Clothesline on Reigns.  Dirty Deeds on Rollins.  Cover, but Kane pulls Ambrose out by the boot.  Kane knocks Ambrose and Reigns down with the stairs.  Kane Chokeslams Reigns on the stairs.  Orton hits Kane from behind, knocking him into the post.  Orton goes for the Rope Hang DDT on Rollins, but J & J break it up.  RKOs to both members of J & J.  Rollins comes off the top rope, but Orton catches him with a Powerslam.  Orton hits Rollins with the Rope Hang DDT and goes on the hunt, calling for the RKO.  Rollins back up and Orton goes for the RKO, but Rollins counters and shoves Orton at Kane and Orton hits Kane with the RKO.  Rollins hits Orton with the Pedigree and covers him for the three count.

Rollins retains the championship and while I thought there was a chance he would lose it and get it back before SummerSlam, tonight didn’t really feel like the night and it wasn’t as Rollins does in fact retain the title going into the Elimination Chamber in 2 weeks.  However, he will likely have to defend the title in the Elimination Chamber and then 2 weeks after that, it’s Money in the Bank.  He’s not going to have any easier of a road storyline wise than he’s had already, but it should be interesting.  At least with the Elimination Chamber and Money in the Bank matches, we know that we won’t be getting all the false finishes like we did tonight.  Best performance of the night was from Imagine Dragons, who weren’t even in the building, but their song :Friction” and the promo packages that WWE built with it were very cool.

Payback Live Reactions – Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler, Tag Team Championship and Ryback vs. Bray Wyatt

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Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler is the first match of the Main card and I was not expecting much out of this match.  These two wrestled several times for the World Heavyweight Championship during Sheamus’ reign back in 2012, but I wasn’t impressed by their work together.  Their match at Extreme Rules certainly wasn’t impressive.  However, tonight was in my opinion the best match the two of them have worked together.  Both guys put in a max effort whereas it seemed to me like they kind of coasted at Extreme Rules.  I didn’t catch the moves that caused the wounds, but Dolph was busted open and Sheamus had a big welt forming on his right shoulder / chest area.  I feel like Ziggler put on his best performance since losing the Intercontinental Championship back in January tonight, even in defeat as Sheamus wins with a Brogue Kick.

Backstage, Kane and Seth Rollins have a standoff where they rehash what they’ve had to say on Raw and Smackdown every week since Extreme Rules and the bottom line is of course that Kane isn’t sure what he’s going to do tonight.  The storyline has itself been great, but this segment was just a rehash that WWE apparently felt they needed for the people that don’t watch Raw and Smackdown.  If Rollins does not win, Kane loses his job.

Next up is the 2-out-of-3 Falls Match for the Tag Team Championship and this match had a lot of great spots in it.  Tyson Kidd and Kofi were all over the place in this one and it was a rare quality match on Big E’s part.  Kidd and Cesaro win the first fall and Woods starts calling for the Freebird Rule and wants to replace Kofi for the second fall, but is blocked by Natalya and Kidd takes him out with a dive to the floor.  Kidd ends up hurt somehow, and a blind tag finish leads to the Big Ending as a double team and New Day takes the second fall.  Cesaro throws a ton of upper cuts.  The match ends with Xavier Woods sneaking in twin magic style to replace Kingston and covering Kidd for the win and New Day retains in a steal.  I was expecting New Day to retain in some way because I’m pretty sure that WWE wants the title to change hands in two weeks when the titles are on the line in the Elimination Chamber for the first time in history.  So, putting the titles back on Cesaro and Kidd only to take them away again in two weeks didn’t seem very productive to me when you could have New Day steal another win and get the comeuppance at the Elimination Chamber.  New Day is not leaving the Elimination Chamber as the tag team champions though.

Bray Wyatt takes on Ryback next and I’m sorry to say that I wasn’t paying much attention to this one as it was taking place in the final moments of the People’s Champion challenge on WWE Supercard.  I intend to go back and rewatch this match after the end of the show.  In the meantime, Bray beats Ryback after Ryback hits an exposed turnbuckle and Wyatt finishes him off with Sister Abigail.

Real American Top 5 – Things to look forward to tonight on Monday Night Raw

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Fresh off the heels of Extreme Rules last night, WWE will be back at it tonight and with a short schedule to promote the next Pay Per View, we can probably expect some big things in the works for tonight.

5) With Daniel Bryan out of action, I expect some kind of announcement about the future of the Intercontinental Championship.  If not tonight, then sometime soon I expect the title to be vacated and a new champion crowned.

4) Potential face turn for Cesaro & Tyson Kidd.  Despite being just thrown together, the two have been phenomenal together and both guys are incredibly over and with New Day stealing the titles from them at Extreme Rules last night, it makes sense for them to turn face and seek revenge against the inferior heel team that robbed them.  And with the Usos out of commission for months to come, the spot of top face tag team is up for grabs.

3) Return of King of the Ring.  WWE has announced that the finals of a 2015 King of the Ring Tournament would take place Tuesday night, exclusively on the WWE Network.  That would mean that there will be some qualifiers / preliminary round matchups taking place tonight on Raw.  Winning King of the Ring generally doesn’t mean much and any time somebody uses it to undergo a gimmick shift and start calling them King whatever after winning annoys me, but it usually generates some very good and unique matchups.  I’m predicting Bad News Barrett wins the crown and scepter.  Check out the brackets here.

2) What is next for Bray Wyatt?  – After more cryptic promos in coming weeks, expect Wyatt’s next opponent to be revealed.  I’ve read a lot of speculation that it’s either Ryback or Roman Reigns.  As you’ll read in my explanation for #1, I’m expecting it to be Ryback, which intrigues me.  It wouldn’t be my first choice.  I think Wyatt is too over and would force the crowd to be behind him rather than Ryback and might set back Ryback’s character development if the crowd turns against him again.  As we saw in 2013, Ryback as a heel is not a good choice.

1) Announcement of Seth Rollins next challenger for the WWE Championship.  All of the speculation that I’ve seen has pointed toward a rematch between Rollins and Orton at Payback or perhaps a Triple Threat between Rollins, Orton and Kane.  However, the trailer that aired last night at Extreme Rules featured Roman Reigns talking about getting revenge for somebody stealing his moment, which to me can only mean Reigns taking on Seth Rollins.  Rumors abound that it could be Reigns vs. Wyatt up next while Rollins takes on Orton again or both Orton and Kane, but I’m leaning more towards thinking it could be Rollins defending against Reigns and Orton one-on-one against Kane.

Real American Wrestleblog Reactions – Extreme Rules 2015 – WWE Championship Steel Cage Match

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They announce Rusev vs. Cena in an “I Quit” Match for the United States Championship at Payback, only 3 weeks away.  Gee, I wonder who is going to win that one. (Insert Sarcasm, obviously Cena never says “I Quit”)

The Steel Cage is lowered and a highlight video replays the Orton / Rollins rivalry and reviews the stipulations.  In case you didn’t already know, the RKO is banned in this match.  The outcome isn’t much in doubt in my mind.  I’m fully expecting Rollins to win due to outside interference.  If you’ve never watched a cage match, you’re probably thinking “How can there be outside interference in a cage match?”  Well, there is always outside interference in a Steel Cage Match and the more they try to make it seem like the cage match will prevent interference, the more interference there usually is.

Here comes Kane, the “Guardian of the Gate”.  Kind of a lame thing to add a “Guardian of the Gate” to the match, but it has greatly enhanced the storyline.  I’ve been glued to my seat every time Kane has went after Rollins the last couple of weeks on Raw and Smackdown.

Orton enters the cage first.  That looks like a pretty big gap in between the sides of the cage over in that corner.  Here comes the champion with no J & J Security.  They’ll show up soon enough, I’m sure.  Kane locks the doors, Eden does the announcing.  I’m fine with the women announcers, but Eden and JoJo don’t really seem very good at it to me.  It’s not the same as that deep rich rumble that guys like Howard Finkel and Michael Buffer used to produce.

Match is on and Rollins tries to escape early, but Orton quickly catches him and pulls him back down.  Rollins elbows Orton in the face and pummels him in the corner.  Irish whip into the opposite corner, Orton explodes out of the corner with a Clothesline.  Rollins tries to escape again, but Orton pulls him down.  Pulled him into perfect position for the RKO, but can’t use it tonight.  Orton lays in some punches and kicks as Rollins oversells.  Rollins tries to whip Orton across the ring.  Orton ends up whipping Rollins upside down into the corner.  Orton passes up the perfect opportunity for the Garvin Stomp and instead gets in two stomps to the abdominals and catapults Rollins into the corner.  Rollins clings to the side of the cage and tries to climb out.  Orton cuts him off and pins him in the corner and climbs up to the middle turnbuckle and tries to lay in some punches, but Rollins charges out of the corner and Powerbombs Orton into the opposite corner.  Near fall.  Rollins tries to go out the door.  Orton cuts him off.  Rollins rams Orton head first into the side of the cage.  Near fall.  Orton oversells.  Rollins stomps his head a couple of times.  Orton sits in the corner while Rollins kicks him a few times and chokes him with his boot.  Rollins pulls Orton up and rams him into the side of the cage again.

Rollins plays to the crowd and taunts Orton and rams him into the side of the cage again.  Rollins mounts Orton and lays in some punches.  Rollins stalks around and tries to figure out what he wants to do.  He tries to climb out and Orton catches him.  Fight on top of the ropes.  Orton hops down and pulls Rollins down.  Whip into the ropes and Rollins counters into a Diving Tackle around Orton’s neck.  Rollins hits a Stinger Splash in the corner.  Rollins slaps Orton around the back of the head and taunts Kane now, saying he’s doing it on his own.  Turns around and charges Orton.  Orton moves and hurls Rollins into the side of the cage.  Both men down on their knees for a breather.  Now trading punches.  Now trading Headbutts and kicks.  Rollins with a Spinning Thrust Kick.  Orton throws Rollins into the cage again.  Orton whips Rollins into the ropes and goes for his signature Powerslam.  Rollins catches the ropes to stop himself and counter.  Rollins tries to climb out.  Orton cuts him off.  Battle on the top rope.  Rollins knocks Orton down.  Orton lands on his feet.  Rollins dives off the top rope and hits Orton with a Flying Knee Smash to the side of the head.  Near fall.  Rollins climbing again.  Rollins reaches the top.  Orton after him.  Rollins sits down on top of the cage.  Orton climbs up beside him.   Both men sitting on top of the cage.  Trading punches.

Back down the top rope.  Orton Headbutt.  Rollins knocks Orton down.  Rollins dives.  Orton catches him in a Powerslam.  Near fall.  Orton takes Rollins to the ropes.  Sets up for Rope Hang DDT.  Rollins counters into Schoolboy.  Nothing doing.  Rollins Superkick to Orton on his knees.  Near fall.  Rollins climbing.  Orton down.  Rollins up and over.  Orton catches him by the hair.  J & J Security arrive.  Told you so.  Orton pulls Rollins back in.  Awesome Superplex with Orton standing on the top rope and Rollins’ feet hanging from the top of the cage.  Orton covers.  Near fall.  J & J want Kane to let them in the cage.  “It’s time,” Noble says.  Kane refuses.  Mercury climbing up the side of the cage.  Noble up the other.  Orton throws Rollins into both sides of the cage, using him to knock both Noble and Mercury down, keeping them out of the cage.  Orton goes for the Rope Hang DDT again, but Rollins counters into a Back Body Drop over the top and into the side of the cage.  Rollins crawls across the ring and tries to climb up.  Orton catches him and crotches him on the top rope.

Orton goes to the door, decides not to ask Kane to open it.  Kane glares at Orton.  Orton hits Rope Hang DDT on Rollins from the top rope.  Orton plays to the crowd instead of trying to leave.  Starts calling for the RKO.  Instead, he hits the Pedigree.  Rollins kicks out for a super close near fall.

Random Daniel Bryan Yes Chants from the crowd.

Rollins crawls to the door.  Orton stands over him.  Sets up for the Punt to the head.  Orton goes for the Punt.  Rollins moves at the last second.  Enziguri to Orton.  Rollins asks Kane to open the door.  Kane opens it.  Rollins crawling to the ropes.  Trying to pull himself out.  Orton catches him by the hair.  Pulls him back to the middle of the ring.  Modified Backbreaker.  Kane leaves the door hanging open.  Orton surveys the situation.  Starts to climb out.  Kane shuts the door and refuses to let Orton out.  Orton and Kane argue.  Rollins Dropkick, knocks Orton into the door, knocking it open and knocking Kane down on the floor.  Rollins climbing out.  Orton catches him.  Kane back up, slams the door shut on both Orton and Rollins’ heads.  Kane snaps.  Kane taking off his tie.  J & J and Kane all climbing in the ring now.  Kane going after Rollins.  J & J standing in between, ordering Kane to go after Rollins.  Double Chokeslam on J & J Security.

Kane threatens to grab Rollins by the throat, instead grabs Orton.  Chokeslam for Orton.  Rollins crawling over Mercury and to the door.  Kane catches Rollins by the boot, pulls him back to the middle of the ring.  Chokeslam for Rollins.  Might as well Chokeslam the referee so he doesn’t feel left out.  Everyone else got one.  Kane ripped his pants.  Drapes Rollins over Orton.  Kane starts to leave.  Referee makes the count.  Orton kicks out at two.  Kane snaps and goes after Orton.  Goes for the Tombstone Piledriver.  Counter.  RKO to Kane.  Rollins RKO on Orton.  Rollins crawls out and wins.

Great match.  I was glued to the TV from start to finish.  The interference was well placed, though it did overpower the match at the end, but everyone was into it.  Surprising RKO from Rollins at the end.  We all knew what was coming and they still found a way to surprise us with the finish.  Very nicely done.  Great ending to a somewhat mediocre PPV, but a great Main Event.

Real American Wrestleblog Live Reactions – Extreme Rules 2015 – Extra Segments

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Randy Orton catches Kane backstage and says The Authority is just using him and that he knows who the real Kane is.  Typical blah blah moment.  I’m still looking forward to the match though.

Bo Dallas comes out.  Could have survived just fine without seeing his lame ass tonight.  He calls the audience stinky and says they need a shower.  Then he gets mad that they aren’t letting him talk without yelling over him and tells them to shut up and Bolieve.  Ryback interrupts.  Bo fights him off and plays to the crowd.  Ryback hits a Spinebuster and then the Meat Hook Clothesline.  Now the Shellshock.  Time for Bo to Bo-LEAVE.

Another commercial for all the new shows on the WWE Network this week.  I am kind of excited for the King of the Ring tournament coming back.  Presumably, there will be some King of the Ring matches on Raw tomorrow with the finals on the show they’re putting on Tuesday on the Network.

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April 27, 2015 at 2:23 am