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Report: Script For This Past Monday’s WWE Raw Leaked

Report: Script For This Past Monday’s WWE Raw Leaked

A script from this past Monday’s WWE Raw has apparently leaked online. No one knows where or how the third draft script made its way onto the internet. Here are some of the key notes that were on the script. -Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella are listed as being off until April 20. -The talent

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WWE Wrestlemania 30 Seen In Over One Million Homes

WWE Wrestlemania 30 took place nine days ago at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. Highlights of the show included Daniel Bryan winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and Brock Lesnar ending The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at the biggest wrestling event of the year. A big question heading into the show was how

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The Good, The Bad And The Dirty From Last Night’s WWE Monday Night Raw

WWE Monday Night Raw took place in Birmingham, Alabama. The show followed last week’s show, which featured the coronation of Daniel Bryan as the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion and an epic Paul Heyman promo regarding Brock Lesnar’s win against The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 30. How would WWE follow up after quite arguably the best

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WWE Raw Recap, WrestleMania 30 Thoughts from New Orleans

Brian and Steve discuss both WWE Raw from Monday night and WrestleMania XXX with Brian being in New Orleans to cover the entire week of festivities as the talk about Brock Lesnar beating The Undertaker to end The Streak, Daniel Bryan winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, the follow up on Raw including the new

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The Good, The Bad And The Dirty From Last Night’s WWE Monday Night Raw

Last night’s Raw was the first one since Wrestlemania 30 on Sunday where we saw Daniel Bryan won the WWE World Heavyweight Title and “The Streak” was ended when Brock Lesnar defeated The Undertaker. As we stated earlier, the show ended drawing the highest rating since July of 2012 and higher than the last two post-Mania Raw

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WWE Monday Night Raw Rating Draws Hightest Number Since July 2012

Last night was the Raw after Wrestlemania which usually draws a high number, but this number blew away expectations. Last night’s show drew a 3.7 rating with an average of 5.14 million viewers. That is the highest rating since Raw 1,000 in July of 2012, which drew a 3.84 rating. Last year’s post-Mania number was

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Brock Lesnar Shouldn’t Lose Until He Leaves WWE

Brock Lesnar did the unthinkable at WWE Wrestlemania 30 on Sunday and defeated The Undertaker to end the WrestleMania undefeated streak at 21. When the three count was made, shockwaves were sent throughout the world as headlines were circulating online regarding the end of “The Streak”. On last night’s WWE Monday Night Raw, Lesnar’s manager

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The Good, The Bad And The Dirty From WWE Wrestlemania 30

WWE Wrestlemania 30 took place last night from the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. In the main event, Daniel Bryan defeated Randy Orton and Batista to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. The show featured “The Streak” ending as Brock Lesnar defeating The Undertaker and John Cena defeating Bray Wyatt. As we do

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Video: Paul Heyman Cuts Epic Promo on Raw Bragging on End of Streak

“We hate to told you so, but we told you so!” – Paul Heyman, Monday Night Raw April 7, 2014. No one saw it coming at WrestleMania 30 with Brock Lesnar being the one to end The Undertaker’s legendary streak, leaving the audience with their jaws dropped and some even driven to tears. The crowd

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Report: The Undertaker Sent To The Hospital After WWE Wrestlemania 30, Possible Concussion

In perhaps the greatest upset in WrestleMania history, The Undertaker’s streak ended at 21 as he lost Brock Lesnar. The crowd was in a stunned silence when the fall happened as it like it was a dream. The loss didn’t come without some bumps and bruises for “The Deadman”. ProWrestling.net and The Wrestling Observer that

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