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LIVE WWE Elimination Chamber 2015 Post-Game Show

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Join us LIVE at 11:05 ET immediately following WWE Elimination Chamber as we talk all the latest news, matches, title-changes, and more coming from the WWE Network exclusive show. How did Kevin Owens fare against John Cena? Did Seth Rollins retain his WWE World Heavyweight Championship? Who is the new Intercontinental Champion? We’ll give you the results, and break-down what ...

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WWE Elimination Chamber 2015 Predictions


Elimination Chamber isn’t the “one night a year WWE goes extreme.” It’s not even the most demonic structure in the company (that would be Hell in a Cell), despite being called “the Devil’s favorite playground.” But Elimination Chamber IS a WWE Network exclusive this year – and we know who’s going to win! Keep reading to find out… Not ready for the Chamber? ...

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WWE RAW Reaction 11/25/13 – Champion vs. Champion as Orton Strikes Cena

Orton the Champion Wide

Last night’s RAW opened right where Survivor Series left off – with the tease of champion vs. champion. This segment was a great way to re-establish The Authority, Randy Orton, and John Cena. And while I question the booking direction going forward (a match “eleven years in the making” only gets a three-week build? really?), at least this feud feels ...

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‘Monday Night Raw’ Reaction and Review – 7/1/2013


Be sure to check out the Raw Rundown for complete coverage of last night’s show. Money in the Bank All-Stars was highlighted in a very effective way last night. The show’s opening managed to get a bunch of stars in the ring together at the same time, for a very specific purpose, without feeling over-booked.I also thought each wrestler did a ...

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WWE Raw Rundown – July 1st, 2013

MITB Participants

Another show of baby steps tonight on Raw. WWE seems stuck right in-between two major events, and creative seems reluctant to move forward with any real consistency. Let’s look a little closer.

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