oh friday. how i love thee. let me count the ways!
it’s been a good week. i started my #100happydays and it’s been fun trying to find something that has made me laugh, smile or feel happy each day. 264 more words
As Night of Champions approaches, everyone is wondering who will beat who and hoist a belt above their head. Every single belt in the company is defended and the reigning champions are worried about keeping the titles that they fought hard to obtain. 365 more words
Seth Rollins holds a time bomb in his hands in the form of the Money in the Bank briefcase. Whether that blasts a path for him to the top or blows up in his face is a matter of very fine timing. 854 more words
Given his current push, it’s hard to imagine the WWE management isn’t planning on trying to get Reigns over enough to take on Lesnar at Wrestlemania. 462 more words
Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
WWE’s 2014 Battleground pay-per-view on July 20th did 99,000 pay-per-view buys – 31,000 domestically and 68,000 internationally.
The July 2013 pay-per-view was Money In the Bank and that show drew 169,000 domestic buys and 54,000 international buys. 63 more words
Finally the WWE writers have placed Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins into a feud with each other!
Since Rollins turned his back on The Shield, Reigns has been kept apart from the man who stabbed him in the back and has instead been fighting in WWE Title matches and feuding with Randy Orton. 414 more words
1). Intercontinental Championship – Edge (w/Lita) vs. Ric Flair © – **1/2
-This wasn’t much, but nothing about it was particularly bad. It stayed short so the enjoyable stuff in the match didn’t get overdone, it told a pretty good story, and in hindsight it foreshadowed Edge’s later Money in the Bank cash-in with Coachman even saying “It doesn’t matter, Edge is going to walk out of here with gold tonight….The Intercontinental Championship I mean”. 858 more words