Monday, 28 June 2021

WWE Raw Highlights 28 June 2021

 

WWE Raw 6/28/21 June 28th 2021




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# 8PM ET – WWE Raw 6/28/21 Live.
# 10 Parts HD Every 15 Min During Live.
# Fullshow | 3 Parts, 10Min After Live Over.


* Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton and AJ Styles battle in a Last Chance Money in the Bank Qualifying Match
* Rhea Ripley, Dana Brooke, and Mandy Rose go to war with Charlotte Flair, Natalya & Tamina
* Kofi Kingston to confront MVP over Bobby Lashley’s brutal attack on Xavier Woods
* Jaxson Ryker to take on Elias in a Strap Match
* More Cards.
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Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton and AJ Styles battle in a Last Chance Money in the Bank Qualifying Match

Last Monday was truly a night of upsets as Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton and one-half of the Raw Tag Team Champions AJ Styles all stunningly came up short in their bid to qualify for this year’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
Now, three of the red brand’s most elite Superstars will square off in a Triple Threat Last Chance Qualifying Match. Who will redeem themselves and earn the right to compete for the coveted Money in the Bank contract? Find out this Monday at 8/7 C


Rhea Ripley, Dana Brooke, and Mandy Rose go to war with Charlotte Flair, Natalya & Tamina

Raw Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley is set to join forces with the explosive tandem of Dana Brooke & Mandy Rose against Charlotte Flair & the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Natalya & Tamina.
With tension at an all-time high between The Nightmare and The Queen as well as the the turbulent tag teams, the championship caliber Six-Woman Tag Team showdown promises to be an absolute slugfest from start to finish. Don’t miss Raw, this Monday at 8/7 C


Kofi Kingston to confront MVP over Bobby Lashley’s brutal attack on Xavier Woods

In the wake of WWE Champion Bobby Lashley’s brutal attack on Xavier Woods inside Hell in a Cell last Monday, Kofi Kingston is looking to confront MVP face-to-face about his role in the egregious onslaught. Find out what will transpire this Monday 8/7


Jaxson Ryker to take on Elias in a Strap Match

For several weeks, former cohorts Elias and Jaxson Ryker have been engaged in a bitter back-and-forth, with Elias taking a walk on two separate occasions before the matter could be settled. As a result, the two competitors will now be tied together in an always-brutal Strap Match to settle their differences. There will be nowhere to run this Monday at 8/7 C




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Friday, 25 June 2021

WWE Smack Down Highlights 25 June 2021

 

WWE Smackdown Live 6/25/21 June 25th 2021






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# 8PM ET – WWE Smackdown Live Live 6/25/21 June 25th 2021 Live.
# 7 Parts HD Every 15 Min During Live.
# Fullshow | 3 Parts, 10Min After Live Over.


* Roman Reigns continues his unstoppable reign this Friday
* Hell In a cell 2021 fallout continues.
* SmackDown Women’s Champion Bianca Belair def. Bayley in hell in a cell, whats next for them this week.
* Seth Rollins def. Cesaro in Hell in a cell ppv, Whats next for them this week.
* Sami Zayn def. Kevin Owens in Hell in a cell, Whats next for them this week.
* Shinsuke nakamura Vs King Corbin Feud Continues.
* Otis vs The street profits rivalry continues.
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Roman Reigns continues his unstoppable reign this Friday

After laying waste to Rey Mysterio Inside hell in a cell last week, Universal champion roman reigns looks to the future this friday on smackdown at 8E.




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Tuesday, 22 June 2021

WWE NXT Highlights 22 June 2021

 

WWE NxT Live 6/22/21 June 22nd 2021

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# 8PM ET – WWE NxT Live 6/22/21 June 22nd 2021.
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* Samoa Joe The Enforcer Further cements his presence in NxT Tonight.
* The Diamond Mine opens next week on NXT
* Kyle O’Reilly steps to NXT Cruiserweight Champion Kushida in non-title match
* The Million Dollar Rivalry Between La Knight & Cameron Grimes Continues.
* Adam Cole returnson This tuesday on NXT
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The Diamond Mine opens next week on NXT

The Diamond Mine will finally arrive on NXT next Tuesday night.
For weeks, the NXT Universe has anticipating their arrival, though they’ve raised far more questions than answers.
Be sure to tune in to NXT next Tuesday at 8/7 C as we finally learn what The Diamond Mine is all about!


Adam Cole returns to This Tuesday on NXT

Adam Cole is once again set to go to war with former best friend Kyle O’Reilly.
But before they renew their rivalry at NXT’s Great American Bash, Cole will return to the ring next week on NXT against an opponent of his choice.
The former NXT Champion will be looking to make a statement before he goes head to head with O’Reilly. Just who will The Panama City Playboy choose to face?
Find out on NXT, Tuesday at 8/7 C


Kyle O’Reilly steps to NXT Cruiserweight Champion Kushida in non-title match

Kyle O’Reilly wants to face the best in the world, and that’s why he called out Kushida.
O’Reilly will face the NXT Cruiserweight Champion in a non-title bout next Tuesday night on NXT.
With NXT General Manager William Regal barring O’Reilly and Adam Cole from contact ahead of their rematch at NXT’s Great American Bash, O’Reilly is looking to stay on top of his game in preparation for the battle against his former friend.
That brought him to the doorstep of the NXT Cruiserweight Champion, who has taken on and conquered all comers since besting Santos Escobar for the title.
Will O’Reilly pick up a major victory before he goes to war against Cole? Or will NXT’s resident Time Splitter deal him a devastating setback?


Samoa Joe The Enforcer Further cements his presence in NxT Tonight

NxT General manager William regals New enforcer is Samoa Joe. how will his presence be felt further tonight?




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Monday, 21 June 2021

WWE Raw Highlights 21 June 2021

 

WWE Raw 6/21/21 July 21st 2021

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* Hell In A Cell Fallouts.
* As long as Bobby Lashley Is the Champ, Drew Mcintyre will not get a title shot. Whats next for Drew Now.
* Defeted but Still the Champ, Rhea Ripley. Whats next for Rhea & Flair.
* Whats next for Bazler, after the defeat in hiac against alexa bliss, will this script continue.
* What has R-K-Bros got in store this week on raw.
* Ryker Vs Elias Feud continues.
* Whats next for Eva Marie.
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Defeted but Still the Champ, Reha Ripley.

Yesterday night in HIAC Charlotte Flair Defeted Raw Womens Champion Rhea Ripley via dq.
Charlotte Flair will go down as victorious in the record books at WWE Hell in a Cell, but Rhea Ripley is still the Raw Women’s Champion. Whats next for them


As long as Bobby Lashley Is the Champ, Drew Mcintyre will not get a title shot. Whats next for Drew Now.

Yesterday Drew lost to lashley & lost his final shot to take the title back from lashley, now drew cannot get another title shot as long as lashley is the champion, whats next for drew.




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Sunday, 20 June 2021

WWE Hell in a cell 2021 highlights

 

WWE Hell In A Cell 2021 PPV 6/20/21 June 20th 2021




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WWE Hell in Cell 2021 Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights

Sana Ejaz Khan

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    Hell engulfed the squared circle Sunday night as WWE presented Hell in a Cell, a pay-per-view headlined by the latest and, hopefully, final showdown between Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley.

    Did the WWE champion successfully defend his title or was The Scottish Warrior able to earn title No. 3?

    What else went down on a card peppered with title clashes and grudge matches? Find out the answers to those questions and more with this recap of the June 20 spectacular.

Match Card

1 OF 8
    • WWE Championship: Drew McIntyre vs. Bobby Lashley (Hell in a Cell)
    • SmackDown Women's Championship: Bianca Belair vs. Bayley (Hell in a Cell)
    • Raw Women's Championship: Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair
    • Cesaro vs. Seth Rollins
    • Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn
    • Alexa Bliss vs. Shayna Baszler

Kickoff Show: Natalya vs. Mandy Rose

2 OF 8

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    Women's tag team champion Natalya kicked off Sunday's festivities, squaring off with Mandy Rose in a preview of her impending title defense with Tamina against The Golden Goddess and Dana Brooke.

    Early grappling gave way to Rose earning the upper hand, grounding the more established competitor and working her over with body scissors, then a guillotine. Natalya fought back into the match and rocked Rose with a discus lariat but could not put her away.

    Reversals, counters and near-falls dominated the closing moments of the match until The Queen of Harts trapped her opponent in a Sharpshooter, forcing the submission and earning the hard-fought victory.

          

    Result

    Natalya defeated Rose

         

    Grade

    C+

        

    Analysis

    Much was made of Rose's attempts to prove herself as a wrestler through her improvements, and for good reason. The former fitness model was very good here, showing a definite upgrade as she worked with one of the best in-ring performers in the women's division.

    Nattie was excellent, selling her opponent's offense admirably and going a long way in showcasing Rose's evolution as an in-ring performer.

    The argument can be made that Rose should have gone over here to help her and Dana Brooke continue to build momentum ahead of their title opportunity, but that is countered by the fact that Natalya is the more experienced worker and should be able to beat Rose, regardless of how good she may be at this point.

    A solid match with strong performances from both women, it was a quality way to kick off the show, even if most were unlikely to remember it by the time the cage lowered to signal the start of the main card.

SmackDown Women's Championship Hell in a Cell Match: Bianca Belair vs. Bayley

3 OF 8

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    The SmackDown Women's Championship match kicked off with Bianca Belair defending her title against Bayley and inside Hell in a Cell for the first time in her young career.

    The cerebral champion targeted her opponent's arm, bit her, used a kendo stick and a sunset flip powerbomb as she dominated the action. Belair absorbed it, fought back and tied her own hair to Bayley's wrist, making it easy to beat her around ringside without an easy escape.

    Late in the bout, Bayley introduced a ladder that would prove her downfall. Belair avoided damage, delivered a senton to the lower back of her opponent, and finished The Role Model off with the K.O.D. on the open ladder for the definitive victory.

         

    Result

    Belair defeated Bayley to retain

        

    Grade

    B

        

    Analysis

    Kudos to Belair and Bayley for delivering a match that was innovative and creative, inside a steel structure that has been anything but in recent years. Whether it was The Role Model's taped kendo sticks, the tying of Belair's hair to the ropes and a steel chair, or The EST's emphatic finisher, there was a ton to love about this contest.

    Bayley looked like the cerebral, smart and focused former champion she is while Belair's toughness again was on full display. She fought from underneath, proved her resilience and earned another hard-fought victory to preserve her title reign.

    The question now is where this leaves both women moving forward.

    Bayley is almost certainly out of the title picture after a second loss to Belair, especially given the exclamatory finish here. Could a program with Liv Morgan that helps elevate her be in the cards? There aren't a ton of fresh faces for her to work with on SmackDown otherwise, unless the creative team renews her rivalry with a returning Sasha Banks.

    As for Belair, she also faces uncertainty due to a lack of credible opponents. Lately, we have seen renewed interest in Carmella by the creative staff. Could she be in line for a showdown with The EST?

    Whatever the case may be, Belair figures to hold onto the blue brand title for the foreseeable future, especially given the effort put into building her by those in power.

    Performances like this one will only intensify those efforts.

Cesaro vs. Seth Rollins

4 OF 8

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    Seth Rollins attacked Cesaro during his entrance, immediately putting The Swiss Superman on the defensive.

    Outside of a few spurts of offense from Cesaro, Rollins dominated the action, seeking to avenge his WrestleMania 37 loss. But the Swiss Superstar fought back, using uppercuts and jabs to stun The Architect.

    Rollins reestablished control of the match momentarily, but Cesaro delivered the swing. He looked for the Sharpshooter, then a crossface, but Rollins ultimately outwrestled him with a roll-up for the pinfall victory.

           

    Result

    Rollins defeated Cesaro

        

    Grade

    B-

        

    Analysis

    From a strictly in-ring perspective, this felt like a better match than their WrestleMania showdown. The lack of a live crowd for Cesaro's singles push definitely hurt, but the performers made up for it with physicality and good old-fashioned grappling.

    For all the good, though, there is one glaring issue: Cesaro lost.

    The Swiss Superstar was, just two months ago, as hot a babyface as there was in WWE. Not only did he cool down significantly following the creative team's insistence that his feud with Rollins continued, he has now lost clean in the center of the ring to the former world champion.

    Some will suggest there is no harm in losing to someone as established as Rollins, but The Messiah is creatively bulletproof. He's not going to be hurt by losing a second straight time to Cesaro. If anything, he will be helped because more established acts make for stronger opponents down the line.

    Instead, 50-50 booking struck again and, unless the goal is to book a rubber match between the two—further watering down the effect of Cesaro's WrestleMania victory—this served no purpose and did more damage than good.

Alexa Bliss vs. Shayna Baszler

5 OF 8

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    Shayna Baszler sought to exorcise the demon that is Alexa Bliss in the main card's third match, taking the fight to her from the opening bell.

    The Goddess responded with laughter, smiles and further mind games. Baszler doubled down, targeting the left arm of her opponent with a sickening stomp, only for Bliss to menacingly laugh it off. 

    Bliss fought back, hypnotized Nia Jax into slapping Reginald, escaped the Karafuji Clutch and delivered Sister Abigail to Baszler. She followed with Twisted Bliss for the win.

        

    Result

    Bliss defeated Baszler

        

    Grade

    F

        

    Analysis

    Bliss is great with her facial expressions and has clearly bought into the storyline. She is wholly invested in what she's doing and that, at the very least, helps the quality of her angles and matches.

    But that's where the positivity ends.

    This was hokey supernatural stuff that makes the Papa Shango-Ultimate Warrior shlock of 1992 seem cultured. It's not particularly well-executed and is the sort of thing that will make fans of the industry embarrassed to show their friends.

    Bliss, like The Undertaker and Kane before her, believes in what she is doing but that devotion to the character only goes so far. Eventually, the creative has to support it or it all looks like third-rate, science-fiction nonsense.

    We've crossed that line with this story at this point.

    Worst of all, Baszler has been sacrificed in its name, further devaluing someone who was the most badass, dominating woman to come out of NXT.

Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn

6 OF 8

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    The never-ending feud between Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn wrote its latest chapter Sunday night.

    KO, still reeling from the Nigerian Nail he endured at the hands of Commander Azeez Friday on SmackDown, found himself on the defensive through much of the early portion of the match.

    Owens nursed his arm, speculated to be a shoulder or wrist injury by the commentary team, essentially making him a one-armed man in a fist fight.

    He would mount one valiant offensive, but the bloodied Zayn sprinted across the ring and delivered the Helluva Kick for the win. 

        

    Result

    Zayn defeated Owens

        

    Grade

    B

        

    Analysis

    These two performers could wrestle every week for three months and have a unique, engaging match every time. Their chemistry between the ropes is such that they are almost guaranteed never to have a bad contest.

    Owens appeared to be hampered by the arm injury and, if it was not legit, he did a great job of selling it. Lately, he has taken a page from Bret Hart's playbook and demonstrated an unmatched ability to take an ass-kicking and build sympathy through it. This was no different, as he put over the tenacity and ruthlessness of his former best friend en route to yet another loss.

    Hopefully, someone on the booking team is paying attention because there is a hell of a story to be told surrounding KO rediscovering his edge and no longer allowing himself to be the punching bag in WWE.

    As for Zayn, it was nice to see one of the company's low-key MVPs pick up a quality PPV win. He has been extraordinary over the last year, developing a character that has been a blast to watch.

    Who knows where he goes from here, especially as a character of its type would seemingly have a ceiling on it, but The Great Liberator will thrive out of sheer will power alone.

Raw Women's Championship Match: Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair

7 OF 8

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    The most devastating loss of Rhea Ripley's career occurred at WrestleMania 36 last year, when she lost the NXT women's title to Charlotte Flair.

    Sunday, she had the opportunity to avenge that defeat and retain the Raw Women's Championship against The Queen.

    Flair cheaply used the women's title before the bell to distract Ripley and seized control from the opening bell. She predictably targeted the knee of her opponent, absorbed every burst of offense The Nightmare mustered and executed a picture-perfect standing moonsault.

    Ripley fought back, but The Queen caught her with a dropkick to the knee that sent her into the ring steps. The Figure Four followed but the champ fought through the pain.

    The Nightmare then used a piece of the announce table to blast Flair, drawing a disqualification. 

           

    Result

    Flair defeated Ripley via disqualification

          

    Grade

    B-

           

    Analysis

    Flair and Ripley are made to wrestle each other. Their styles mesh so well, and they have such solid in-ring chemistry that every match feels significant and can steal any given show. With that said, the overall grade is adversely affected by two things: the storytelling and the finish.

    First, the finish was awful. It insulted the fans' intelligence, if only because they have watched countless performers throw their opponents through an announce table and face zero consequences. But Ripley barely hurls a piece of it at her opponent and the righteous referee decides that's too much?

    Second, neither woman was particularly sympathetic. Both were presented as heels and failed to win the crowd over. By the time Ripley demanded her title at ringside, confused viewers were left wondering who they should be rooting for in this battle for women's wrestling supremacy.

    Flair and Ripley definitely are not finished with each other, as evidenced by said finish. Their differences are unsettled and another PPV match is almost a certainty—as is a superb in-ring offering. As much as it is cool to cite nepotism for The Queen's success, she is at the top of the list of the best women's wrestlers on the planet. 

    She could carry a broomstick to a great match. Luckily for her, Ripley is significantly better than an inanimate object and more than capable of carrying her own against the measuring stick in the women's division.

Hell in a Cell for the WWE Championship: Drew McIntyre vs. Bobby Lashley

8 OF 8

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    WWE champion Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre went blow-for-blow early and often in Sunday's Hell in a Cell main event, with their battle confined to the vent's titular match.

    The All Mighty utilized MVP's walking cane as a weapon while McIntyre shook off its effects and delivered a spine-shattering Air Raid Crash on the ring steps.

    The Scot followed with a reverse Alabama Slam, driving his opponent face-first into a steel chair. He escaped a desperate Hurt Lock attempt and downed the champ for a two-count. Lashley answered by shoving the stairs into the challenger, which drove him into the cage.

    Later, a referee bump led to another official unlocking the door and entering the structure, only for MVP to follow and break up a pinfall attempt. Now locked in the cage with the vengeful babyface, he ate a Claymore Kick.

    MVP popped up later in the match, holding McIntyre by the foot and allowing Lashley to score a cheap roll-up for the win.

           

    Result

    Lashley defeated McIntyre

         

    Grade

    B+

         

    Analysis

    Chemistry was the theme of this year's Hell in a Cell as so many of the matches could be chalked up to the fact that these Superstars have worked with each other so many times. 

    The same can be said for McIntyre and Lashley, who have perfected the heavyweight hoss fight. Sunday, they threw in some weaponry, clever booking and a great finish to enhance things.

    Some will find fault with The All Mighty utilizing a schoolboy roll-up to win a HIAC match, but that's why it was such a great finish. Champion and challenger threw everything they had at their opponent but were unable to secure the title. So how does the heel retain his belt? He capitalizes on a distraction and uses the cheapest move imaginable.

    It's such a great "screw you" to the idea of a blood feud ending with an appropriate finish. Lashley builds heel heat by winning in the cheapest way imaginable and fans feel for McIntyre, who was turned over.

    The dejected Scot, realizing he cannot challenge for the WWE title as long as Lashley is champion, will likely leave him trying to find ways to get the title off of The All Mighty.

    Conveniently enough, with Money in the Bank ahead on July 18, the potential for such a thing is very real.

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