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Wrestling Review: WWE Hell in a Cell (2018)

The most brutal structure in WWE history returns, as two of the WWE’s most heated rivalries will be settled inside Hell in a Cell. The Universal Championship will be on the line as Roman Reigns defends his title against the Monster among men, Braun Strowman, as Strowman cashes in his Money in the Bank contract. 955 more words

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This Week In Wrestling

Winners: The New Day, Randy Orton, Becky Lynch, Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre, AJ Styles, The Miz and Maryse, Ronda Rousey, and Roman Reigns.

I like the… 2,789 more words

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WWE 205 LIVE + WWE Mixed Match Challenge Results (18 Sept. 2018)

205 LIVE

TJP def. Lince Dorado in a Singles Match

Cedric Alexander (c) def. Drew Gulak in a WWE Cruiserweight Title Match

MMC

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WWE SmackDown LIVE Results (18 Sept. 2018)

Cesaro def. Kofi Kingston in a Singles Match

Shinsuke Nakamura def. Rusev in a Non-Title Match

AJ Styles def. Andrade Almas in a Non-Title Match… 8 more words

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NJPW Road To Destruction 2018 - Tag 9 Results (18 Sept. 2018)

Yota Tsuji v Yuya Uemura ended in a Time Limit Draw

Ayato Yoshida & Ryusuke Taguchi def. Ren Narita & Shota Umino in a Tag Team Match… 72 more words

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Welcome to Smackdown Live: The Land of the Heels

If you haven’t been watching Smackdown Live lately then you’ve been missing out on what is, at the moment, WWE’s best weekly product. With RAW being centered around The Shield, Braun Strowman, and Ronda Rousey the 3-hour flagship show has failed to put together a consistent run of high-quality shows thus far in 2018. 957 more words

An Open Letter to World Wrestling Entertainment

I haven’t written about wrestling in well over two years, which was pretty much since I created this blog. Before I got caught up in creating the rest of the content for this blog, I was also going to write about wrestling, as it has been a near lifetime pastime for me, as I have been watching wrestling since I was a kid in 1989. 2,381 more words