WWE Live Event Results – March 15, 2014
Mar 16th,2014 Filed in Live Event Author: Mike

Laredo, Texas:

The Shield beat The Wyatts in a six-man tag match. Great match. The Shield came out as babyfaces.



WWE Live Event Results – March 14, 2014
Mar 15th,2014 Filed in Live Event Author: Mike

Waco, Texas:

The Shield beat The Wyatts. Reigns superman punch followed by spear for the win.



Raw Coverage – February 24, 2014
Feb 24th,2014 Filed in Raw Author: Mike

We go backstage with The Shield, where Ambrose tells Rollins and Reigns that he’s been explaining himself for the whole day, and he’s sick of telling them where he was. He says he’s done talking, and walks away, and Rollins says he isn’t too sure he trusts him. The Wyatts walk over and Bray says he didn’t mean to interrupt, but Reigns says he did, and it’s a problem. Reigns challenges him to a match, no Family or Shield at ringside, and Bray laughs and says he accepts.

Roman Reigns vs. Bray Wyatt

Bray uppercuts Reigns and headbutts him, then he hits the ropes but Reigns shoulder tackles him and follows with a right hands. Bray hits him back and rakes his face across the ropes, then Reigns throws him outside and drops him with a clothesline on the floor. We get back from a break to see Bray hit a running senton for two, then chokes Reigns on the ropes before they start to slug it out. Bray suplexes him and connects with a running crossbody, then he charges the corner but Reigns kicks him in the face and connects with a diving clothesline.

Reigns hits a side slam for two and calls for a Superman punch, but the lights cut out and Harper and Rowan are shown standing at ringside. Rollins runs out of nowhere and takes them down with a suicide dive, then Bray tries to steal it with a rollup but Reigns kicks out. Rollins gets double teamed on the floor but Ambrose runs out for the save, then Reigns connects with a Superman punch on Bray but Ambrose goes after Bray and causes an accidental disqualification. Everyone starts brawling in the ring, but The Shield ends up clearing the ring and stand tall while the Wyatts retreat.

Winner: Bray Wyatt via disqualification

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Countdown Coverage – February 24, 2014
Feb 24th,2014 Filed in Countdown Author: Mike

Seth Rollins is shown when discussing the catchphrase “Suck it!” by D-Generation X.

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WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 Coverage
Feb 23rd,2014 Filed in Pay-Per-View Author: Mike

The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family

We have a brief faceoff before Ambrose charges at the Wyatts, and a few punches are thrown before the Wyatts roll outside and regroup. The bell finally rings and Reigns and Bray stare each other down, then Bray uppercuts Reigns but Reigns comes back with a shoulder tackle and a front facelock. Bray breaks it with a punch, then Harper applies a front facelock and goes for a suplex but Reigns reverses it. Ambrose gets the tag and throws a few jabs, then he slams Harper in the corner and Rollins splashes him before Reigns hits a clothesline. Ambrose dropkicks him before Rollins comes right back with some headbutts, then Ambrose goes after Harper but Rowan distaracts him on the apron.

Ambrose runs at him but Harper takes him down with a dropkick, then Bray splashes him in the corner before Rowan connects with a sidewalk slam. Ambrose finally makes a comeback with a neckbreaker, then Rollins repeatedly punches Harper in the corner and hits a flying forearm before heading up top. Rowan tries to distract him but Rollins kicks him, then Harper goes for a superplex but Rollins lands on his feet and clotheslines him outside. Rollins dives on him and connects with a springboard knee strike, then he hits the ropes and sets up another running knee. Harper sidesteps it and hits a side slam, then Rowan hits two scoop slams before connecting with a kidney shot for a near fall. Bray yells for the tag and goes for a clothesline, but Rollins kicks him in the head and leaps off the turnbuckles.

Bray catches him and hits a standing side slam, getting a two count, but Ambrose breaks it up so Harper kicks him in the face. He taunts Reigns before stomping Rollins near the ropes, then Rollins comes back with a quick enziguiri before Reigns makes the tag. Reigns knocks Bray off the apron and hits Rowan with a Samoan drop, then he pummels him on the mat before dropkicking him on the apron. He hits a side slam but Bray breaks up the pin, then Ambrose and Harper get back into it before Harper before hits a suicide dive and Rollins follows with a somersault senton. Reigns gets a near fall on Rowan as Rollins starts taking the Spanish announce table apart, but Bray hits him from behind and tries to drive him through it.

Ambrose clotheslines Bray into the crowd and battles him in the stands, then Rowan and Reigns trade some punches before Rowan drives Reigns’ shoulder into the ringpost. He hits the ropes but Reigns connects with a diving clothesline for two, then Rollins hits Harper with a monitor as Bray runs back in. Bray knocks Rollins down as Rowan drops Reigns with a fallaway slam, then Harper and Rowan lift Rollins up and chokeslam him through the table. The Wyatts surround Reigns in the ring and beat him down in the corner, then Bray sets up Sister Abigail, but Reigns breaks it and absorbs some headbutts before hitting a Samoan drop. Harper gets thrown outside before Reigns knocks Rowan down, then he hits Bray with a Superman punch before setting up a spear. Harper runs in so Reigns hits him instead, but Bray tackles him and hits Sister Abigail for the win.

Winner: The Wyatt Family

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WWE.com Power Rankings – February 22, 2014
Feb 22nd,2014 Filed in WWE.com Power Rankings Author: Mike
This Week Movement Superstar Last Week
2 - The Shield
Roman Reigns accomplished what Dean Ambrose couldn’t when he pinned The World’s Strongest Man on Raw. Despite continuous signs of tension within the ranks, The Hounds of Justice look ready for their battle with The Wyatt Family this Sunday after defeating Sin Cara and Los Matadores on WWE Main Event.
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Editors’ Choice: WrestleMania XXX dream matches
Feb 14th,2014 Filed in WWE.com Article Author: Mike

On and on, The Road to WrestleMania goes, at least until April 6. The date of The Show of Shows is about the only thing the WWE Universe knows for sure, though; the majority of the evening’s matches are as up in the air as a Five-Star Frog Splash. But that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun guessing, now, can we?

001#6 10-Man Money in the Bank Ladder Match

Once an annual highlight of The Show of Shows, the Money in the Bank Ladder Match has been absent from the WrestleMania card since 2010 when it got its own spotlight pay-per-view. But WrestleMania XXX is the year we bring the money back. With the WWE World Heavyweight Title now standing as the most prestigious prize in WWE, the bout’s stakes would be higher than ever, and we know these 10 Superstars would go all out to become Mr. Money in the Bank.

Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger and The Miz are three Money in the Bank winners that successfully cashed in their contracts to win a World Championship, thus making them ideal candidates — and potential favorites to win the battle. Included in that category — though his cash-in was unsuccessful — is Damien Sandow, a crafty and narcissistic Superstar that truly understands what it takes to ascend the ladder and collect the coveted briefcase.

Experience certainly helps, but isn’t necessarily key to winning the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. However, having no fear of taking risks is a prerequisite, making Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins two Superstars whose unpredictability and athleticism would no doubt play in their favor. Similarly, Bray Wyatt — who could use the opportunity to prove he is everything he claims to be — could bring an unorthodox unpredictability to the bout. And, with no disqualifications, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan would surely be lurking in the vicinity.

As much as athleticism matters, sheer power and resilience are important qualities needed to absorb punishment and stay in the heat of battle. Mark Henry and Big Show — two of the largest and strongest WWE Superstars ever — have both previously competed in Money in the Bank Ladder Matches. They understand the risks involved and their size and power is enough to keep even the most agile high-flyer grounded.

However, power isn’t relegated to only size. Pound for pound, Cesaro is the strongest Superstar in WWE. His abilities and strength are uncanny, as evidenced by his knack for Cesaro Swinging everyone from The Great Khali to Tensai with relative ease. So long as he stays focused on the prize, Cesaro would grab the ladder and spin it around, taking out everyone in his way before ascending it to claim the Money in the Bank briefcase.



SmackDown Spoilers – February 14, 2014
Feb 12th,2014 Filed in Spoilers Author: Mike

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Raw Coverage – February 10, 2014
Feb 10th,2014 Filed in Raw Author: Mike

Renee Young is with The Shield backstage, and Roman Reigns admires a Royal Rumble highlight clip of himself before they talk about The Wyatts. Rollins says the Wyatts had some harsh words for them but they say they aren’t worried too much and they’ll let their actions speak. Renee mentions Ambrose hasn’t defended his title in awhile, and Ambrose says it takes paperwork and he can’t just pull contenders out of thin air. Reigns calls his bluff and asks him what kind of champion he wants to be, so Ambrose gets pissed and says he will issue an open challenge and prove himself.

United States Championship (Open Challenge)
Dean Ambrose w/Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns vs. Mark Henry

Henry throws Ambrose outside and Ambrose tells the referee to back him away, then Ambrose tries to run away but Henry throws him in the corner. Ambrose kicks Henry’s wrapped arm a few times, but Henry shakes it off and kicks him in the face before throwing him into the turnbuckles. Henry sends him to the opposite corner before whipping him shoulder first into the ringpost, then Ambrose hits his shoulder again but Henry throws him on the floor. We get back from a break to see Ambrose headbutt Henry and head up top, but Henry throws him across the ring and clotheslines him. Henry powerslams him and blocks a headlock driver, then he hits a World’s Strongest Slam, but Rollins breaks it up and causes a disqualification.

Winner: Mark Henry via Disqualification

Rollins and Reigns try to attack but Henry throws them outside, then Henry goes after Rollins but Reigns spears him and they try to leave through the crowd. The Wyatts cut them off and wait on the ramp, so The Shield reenter the ringside area and wait for action. Reigns is the first to get on the apron, then Rollins and Ambrose join him, followed by all of the Wyatts, and Reigns dares them to get in the ring. Bray ducks under the ropes but ends up leaving, then Rowan and Harper follow him and he smirks as the crowd boos them.

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WWE.com Power Rankings – February 8, 2014
Feb 8th,2014 Filed in WWE.com Power Rankings Author: Mike
This Week Movement Superstar Last Week
2 - The Shield
Though The Shield can’t decide who among their ranks is running the show, their results as of late should be enough for the WWE Universe to believe in. In between internal arguments, The Hounds of Justice collected victories in tag team matches on Raw and SmackDown.
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