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Plot twist! Or, you know - if you’re as cynical about this whole thing as I am after covering it the last few weeks, not.
According to a report earlier today (May 21) from People, John Cena and Nikki Bella are “basically back together” a little more than a month after news broke the WWE Superstars were ending their engagement and split up.
What’s more, the magazine’s source says “this was never really about ending their relationship”. Which is an interesting thing to have come out the day after the season premiere of Nikki and twin sister Brie’s reality show.
Sorry. Got real snarky there again.
Anyway, no matter what you think about the validity of the break-up, here’s what People’s source told them about the reconciliation:
“It was a wedding that was entered into under false pretenses. She was pretending she was okay with not having a kid, he was pretending he absolutely couldn’t and wouldn’t budge on that point.
They both got a wake-up call once they canceled the wedding,...
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Daniel Bryan and Jeff Hardy to battle in a match with WWE Money in the Bank implications tonight on SmackDown LIVE
The New Day to join The Miz on “Miz TV” during SmackDown LIVE
Lana and Billie Kay to clash in Women’s Money in the Bank Qualifying Match tonight on SmackDown LIVE
Naomi to face Sonya Deville in a Money in the Bank Qualifying Match tonight on SmackDown LIVE
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The next pay-per-view (PPV) on the WWE schedule is the Money in the Bank show set to take place on Sun., June 17, 2018, at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. While the company’s moved to regular co-branded events now, they also treat this show as a “Big 5” PPV now, so it should be eventful.
We're just under one month away from the show and here’s how the card looks:
Women’s Money in the Bank ladder match
So far, Charlotte Flair, Alexa Bliss, Ember Moon, and Becky Lynch have qualified for the match. Lana will take on Billie Kay and Sonya Deville will battle Naomi on SmackDown this coming Tuesday night to determine two more spots. No matches have been announced for Raw this week but the red brand will fill the other two open slots.
Men’s Money in the Bank ladder match
Braun Strowman, Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, and Bobby Roode all qualified on the Raw side while The Miz, Rusev, and one of the New Day members have qualified on the SmackDown side. That leaves one more spot from...
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Numerous people said WWE exaggerate height and weight on a superstar. Like Hulk Hogan, who the say is 6 ft 7 or 8. The thing i'm wondering is if he's that tall then how come Tiny Lister who plays Zeus is 6 ft ft and stands eye to eye with Hogan.
Do WWE exaggerate height And weight?
Okay...so I've decided to start this thread because I can & because it will
strictly be for observations & discussions about the Impact Knockouts division.
I know there is a main Impact discussion thread...but I feel its better if I keep
my opinions on the Knockouts separate in their own thread.
Also...Please avoid posting spoilers from the Impact tapings. I do not wish to
know what is going to happen.
So...with that said...lets begin...
+ The 3rd of May Edition of Impact 2018 +
+ There was a tiny bit of footage of Rosemary/Su Yung in the "Last Week" video
+ We open with a Kiera Hogan interview...& Tessa Blanchard shows up...& this feels
like the spot Tenille Dashwood should be in. No offense to Tessa of course...I just want
to see Tenille on Impact.
Actually let me rephrase that...I want to see Tenille have matches with Rosemary &
Allie...& the best way for that to happen would be for Tenille to show up on Impact.
+ And now we have a Redemption rematch with Taya...
I thought this was worth asking since it seems a lot of people are giving up on them.
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I have stated that I watch my 2 PPVs a year (Wrestlemania and the Royal Rumble) and that is pretty much it. I haven't had much interest in WWE since 2013 and the only thing that did interest me since to the extent of caring weekly was KO and Jericho's "Friendship" run. Aside from that, I can't remember really caring about anything for more than a few days.
Four years. I repeat, FOUR YEARS wwe have been planning to have Roman finally slay the beast and capture the world title in the Main event of Mania. During that time we have had; the return of Goldberg, Sting and Angle; Daniel Bryan retiring and unretiring; the women's revolution and evolution and Donald Trump is the president of the United States of America.
Lots of stuff has happened in those four year. Roman beating Brock is not one of them. Now judging the controversy in Saudi Arabia (i'm talking about the cage match) Roman can still be the one to beat Brock. That can definitely happen.
But...what if they have given up? Roman is not going to be over the way they want him to be. They could of easily pulled the trigger in KSA and have him celebrate winning the title in front of a crowd that was somewhat supporting him. Why didn't they do that? Maybe because they have given up. Not given up on Roman...but just on him beating Brock.
If Roman isn't the one to finally beat...
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