WWE Raw SERIOUS INJURY?! Top Star DEBUTS In WWE NXT! | WrestleTalk News Sept. 2018

WWE Raw SERIOUS INJURY?! Top Star DEBUTS In WWE NXT! | WrestleTalk News Sept. 2018


Hello and welcome to the WrestleTalk News,
I am Luke Owen. And because I’m such a nice guy, I will be answering as many of your questions
as I can for the first 15ish minutes of this video going live. And remember you can come
chit chat with us on our Discord server – a link for which is in the video description
below. WWE are currently all about breaking the mould
and smashing records. Evolution will be the first all-women’s PPV in the company’s
history, Renee Young is the first full-time female commentator on Raw, The Shield wrestled
on Raw for the first time as a team in a year last night, The Bellas wrestled as a tag team
for the first time on Raw in two years a few weeks ago – so why has Konnor of The Ascension
winning his first Raw match in 3 years not made the list? Konnor pinned Chad Gable on last night’s
Raw – which is the first time he’s got a mark in the win column on the show since August
2015 – when The Ascension teamed with New Day to defeat The Lucha Dragons and Los Matadores.
Not only that, but it was also Konnor’s first-ever televised singles win in WWE ever.
Good work Konnor But sadly that wasn’t the big news that
came from last night’s Raw. During a six-woman tag between The Riott Squad
vs. Natalya and The Bella Twins, Liv Morgan took a couple of stiff kicks to the face from
Brie Bella and crumpled to the floor, passed out unconscious. She was carried over to her
corner and couldn’t stand up to make the tag. She spent some time on the floor, but
did come back in for a six-woman suplex spot. When Raw came back from its commercial break,
Michael Cole announced that Morgan had been taken to the back and was being evaluated
by their medical staff – but cameras caught her still being at ringside being tended to
by a doctor. Twitter user Candy Bliss captured this footage of the kicks, which you can see
connected with Morgan right in the face. PWInsider are reporting that WWE, “are putting
Morgan through a series of tests to determine if she may have suffered a concussion.”
Fightful have added that “the entire middle [of the match] had to be changed on the fly”
following Brie’s kick to Morgan. Dave Meltzer added on Wrestling Observer Radio, “I would
think from watching the show she has a concussion – but that won’t be determined until she’s
checked out more. Until that happens, you don’t know how long she’s out of action
or the seriousness of it.” Adding, “I think she [maybe] had some memory loss.” WWE.com have posted that Liv did suffer an
injury, but don’t go into any detail of what that injury might be – instead focusing
on Brie Bella’s Twitter comment about the incident. “Every match on #Raw is an opportunity
for us to entertain our fans. Our intentions as @WWE Superstars is to win the match, never
injure our opponents. Thinking about @YaOnlyLivvOnce tonight.” Bryan Alvarez of Figure Four felt differently,
posting on Twitter, “Liv gets KO’d and not only do they not stop the match, she gets
dragged by the neck to the corner and then they let her back in to take a suplex!? Is
it 1999?” “None of this was Liv’s fault. Where was the ref? Where was the doctor? Where
was anyone backstage on the headsets? That was stone-age stuff we saw tonight.” There is no word at the time of this recording
how this will affect the planned six-woman tag at WWE Super Show Down a week from Saturday
– where The Riott Squad are set to face The Bella Twins & Raw Women’s Champion Ronda
Rousey. Mike Johnson of PWInsider is also reporting
that NXT stars Dakota Kai and Shayna Baszler were backstage at Raw last night. Johnson
doesn’t state what Kai and Baszler were doing there, but adds that Smackdown General
Manager Paige was also backstage “working on material related to Survivor Series”.
Are we going to see Kai or Baszler get called up to the main roster soon? And if we are
– who would you like to see come up first? Vote in the poll above my head and Oli Davis
will reveal the results in tomorrow’s news. And speaking of NXT, The King of Bros Matt
Riddle made his official debut for the black and yellow brand at a house show from Sanford,
Florida over the weekend. WWE’s Twitter account posted some video highlights of the
match against Fabian Aichner – including a vicious looking knee to the side of the face. Riddle confirmed the rumours that he had signed
with WWE when he appeared in the crowd at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV, but still has one
more independent date on his calendar – where he takes on Mark Haskins this weekend for
UK promotion Progress at their Wembley Arena show. Progress are a partner of WWE, with
the show also featuring Tyler Bate taking on WALTER, Pete Dunne facing Ilja Dragunov
and Trent Seven squaring off against Doug Williams. NXT UK stars Toni Storm and Jinny
are also on the card, in a match that also involves Millie McKenzie. It’s been rumoured that Matt Riddle’s
first feud in NXT will be against Kassius Ohno – which will culminate in a match at
NXT TakeOver: War Games this November. Was there a fourth member of The Shield teased?
Oli Davis reviews Monday Night Raw in about 4 minutes which you can watch by clicking
the video on screen right now. And become one of our awesome Pledge Hammers and help
us get weekly NXT reviews on this channel. I’ve been Luke Owen and that was wrestling.

Seth Opens Up On WWE HIAC Ending! Cain Velasquez Injured! Hogan vs Vince! Wrestling News!

Seth Opens Up On WWE HIAC Ending! Cain Velasquez Injured! Hogan vs Vince! Wrestling News!


Here’s your News for October
9th 2019 We’re looking ahead to Friday today,
as it seems two expected WWE
matches are about to be made official. Yesterday, the company
announced a press conference
at noon Pacific time at the T-Mobile Arena is Los Angeles, where, stars
like Triple H, Braun Strowman, new
WWE Champion Brock Lesnar Paul Heyman, Cain Velasquez,
Tyson Fury and Rey Mysterio
will appear. As of last week, Lesnar Vs.
Velasquez and Strowman Vs.
Fury was reportedly planned for Crown Jewel on October 31,
and it seems this conference will
publicly confirm those matches.
Velasquez, who has made the
jump from UFC, debuting on
SmackDown’s premiere on FOX, attacking Lesnar just moments
after he won the WWE title
from Kofi Kingston. A confrontation between
Strowman and Fury also took
place during the blue show, which led to a brawl between
the two monsters headling the
latest Monday Night RAW. This press conference will take
place shortly before the start
of the WWE Draft though it is possible that the
Velasquez-Lesnar bout won’t
be announced. In his SmackDown debut, fans
will have noticed the big knee
brace on the former UFC UFC Heavyweight Champ’s leg
and Dave Meltzer noted on
Wrestling Observer Radio that the Lesnar match may
have to be postponed due to
Cain needing knee surgery. “They could do Cain [at
WrestleMania vs Brock Lesnar]
you know do a one and one, Cain gets the surgery and comes
back, but if Cain gets the surgery
I’m not sure he’s back if he gets full reconstructive
surgery on that knee… let’s
say he gets it in November, he’s missing Mania for sure, not
even a chance. Maybe he can
get minor surgery and be back…
maybe.” Given the star-power of
Velasquez, the WWE would be wise not to force him to compete at
Crown Jewel, though the Saudi
Arabian deal has led to many matches matches happening that fans would
never have believed. At this point, it seems all WWE can
do is wait and see how major of a surgery for the former UFC Champion
needs. From a former UFC Heavyweight
Champ to the reigning Universal
Champion, as Seth Rollins hasn’t had a great
time since Hell in a Cell. Retaining the title in a very controversial
way, the fans at the Golden One Center booed the show heavily, demanded a
refund and chanted for AEW. After one fan held a sign saying “Seth
Rollins is Not Cool”, the Beast Slayer went to Twitter to use it as a
hashtag in a tweet about
surviving and prevailing. While Rollins can talk about Surviving
and prevailing all he wants, the irony
is that the Beast slayer recently quit Twitter, after the site
proved to be too much, though not
before he criticized Sasha Banks. In a scathing tweet, Rollins called
out the boss for quote “under-
delivering and continuing to wonder why” she’s not in more main events,
and given that Sasha’s match at Hell
in a Cell was one of the best of
the night, whilst Rollins’ match ended
up a mess, this tweet definitely
hasn’t aged well. Rollins certainly has had an interesting
time trying to win over fans on Twitter,
as after calling WWE the best pro wrestling in the world,
got into a spat with Will O’Spreay,
that made the Universal Champion look very
petty when he compared the
pair’s bank balances. Clearly, the main event upset a lot
of fans, and this was reflected in
the red brand’s viewing figures, as the show averaged 2.33 million
viewers, down about 200,000
from last week. Whilst last week’s RAW did do
well thanks to the appearance
of legends like Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair, this sharp drop is
likely due to Hell in a Cell. Breaking it down, hour one
overage 2.44 million, which
dipped to 2.33 million in in hour two, before settling at
2.23 million in hour three. Though losing nearly a quarter of
a million viewers from last week’s
show isn’t good in any way, it could’ve been much worse, so
hopefully WWE will have learned
their lesson after Hell in a Cell. On this week’s RAW, the love
triangle between Lana,
Lashley and Rusev continued, culminating with a promo where a
topless Lana shared a bed with
the man who isn’t her husband. There was little remorse for the
Ravishing Russian, as she
explained the angle in a backstage
video last week, and recently
tweeted a picture to taunt her
estranged husband. In the tweet, Lana included a picture
of her and Lashley in bed together,
telling fans she was living her best life, as she doesn’t seem sorry
at all for breaking Rusev’s heart,
as well as his bank account. This isn’t the first time fans have
seen a love triangle in wrestling,
but we’ll just have to wait and see where this one goes, as it seems
that the Ravishing Russian is
having a lot of fun with her new role. Hall of Famer news now as Mike
Johnson of PW Insider reported
this week that 2012 inductee Edge Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on what
is being described as “WWE
business”, the same city where WWE’s head of Medical, Dr Joseph
Maroon is situated. Ever since Edge hit that spear on
the Summerslam kick-off show,
there has been speculating of one more match, and these rumors
grew recently when Edge
announced he’d be leaving the Edge & Christian Pod of
Awesomeness due to scheduling
and time constraints. Last week, Dave Meltzer reported
that Edge had signed a new deal to
stay with WWE after negotiating with another company, and though
it wasn’t said who was WWE’s
rivals in the negotiations, it’s likely
to have been AEW. Meltzer also revealed that the idea
of Edge returning had been “privately
discussed” backstage in WWE, but given the injuries that forced him
to retire in 2011, there is no guarantee he’ll be ever cleared for another
match. The timing of Edge’s visit to Pittsburgh
is interesting, given WWE’s Crown
Jewel show on October 31st and the Saudi deal has led to many
stars fans thought they’d never
see wrestle again do just that, including Shawn
Michaels and Goldberg. From one Hall of Famer to another
now, as Hulk Hogan has said he hopes to have one last match,
despite being 66 years old. Hogan, who was brought back to
the company earlier this year, will
be a part of Crown Jewel 2 and will coach five WWE Superstars with
Jimmy Hart, who will take on
Team Flair. Though the former WWE Champion is
set to get his 8th back surgery soon,
Hogan told the Los Angeles Times that he hopes to have a match
next month at WrestleMania 36, in
his hometown of Tampa, saying: “I talked to Vince, and I said I really
don’t know if I could live with myself
knowing my last match was with TNA. If I can get [my back]
fixed, I pray I can have one more
match. I told Vince, ‘When I get through this back surgery, I’m going to get in
the best shape of my life and we’re

we’re going to talk about me having
one last retirement match.’ I’d love for it to be against Vince. I
had such a great time with him in
the ring at WrestleMania 19. I had no idea what to expect from him,
but he’s a great bad guy. His timing
is great. I loved wrestling him, but everything he does hurts. When
you’re in the ring with someone
and they’re hurting you, you kind of pinch them on the wrist, and the
whole match I was doing that to
Vince. I was like, ‘Vince, take it easy!’ Everything he does hurts, but I’d like
to get in the ring with him one more
time for my last match.” Whilst Hogan may be gearing up for
one last match in WWE, William
Regal may be preparing for a real-life fight, as he has some
serious beef with British
Wrestling’s Knight family. Recently, Roy Bevis, brother of WWE’s
Paige, took to Facebook to blast
the NXT GM, claiming Regal was deliberately keeping
him and his family out of the company. “Been told I can’t go to WWE tryouts
because I threatened a NXT
trainer, or whatever. That’s bullshit. The bottom line is,
[William] Regal, we heard he was
slagging my family off,” claimed Roy. “A lot of wrestlers told us he was
slagging us off, calling us poutine
scum and my dad’s a gangster. I mentioned to Mr. Regal, ‘what’s your
problem with my dad, what’s your
problem with my family? Why do you keep blocking us? If
you got an issue, I’ll come on my own to meet you at any
venue in the world and we can have
a chat about it. Or a shoot fight, whatever you want to do. Kick the shit
out of each other, shake hands,
get done with it. ‘ He messaged my dad and was really
nice to my dad. I messaged him
saying, ‘it’s done. Thanks a lot.’ Men like to speak to each other
because that’s what most men do. I’m not a ‘Yes Man’ like most people
you hire. I don’t know why you
keep carrying this on. “And James Mason, who also works
for [Regal] at NXT, a good
friend of mine, slept with the mother of my child a year
after we split up, which is fine. I
asked him man-to-man ten years ago, ‘Did you do it?’ He said, ‘No.’ Then I
found out he did. At the end of the
day, just be honest in life. I would never change who I am. I am
a mental health advocate because
I’ve been abused and beat up as a child. And you’re not going to break me, mate. I’ll just carry on doing the Indie scene
because the UK Hooligans are
the best tag team around. The best-known tag team. You’re
never gonna stop me doing it. At
the end of the day, you should pick people on talent, not
because they give you a little
twisty. I will never do that If I never go to WWE, I never go.
That’s fair enough. But don’t keep
talking shit and blocking my family” Regal didn’t directly respond to the
claims on Facebook, but did
address them on Twitter, telling Roy to give him a call if he has
a problem, and also mentioned that
threatening a shoot fight with a WWE staff member probably
isn’t the best idea if you want
to get hired. Roy, who has also wrestled as Zebra
Kid and under his real name Roy Knight, has previous convictions for multiple
assaults and spent time in jail
for drunk driving, something that obviously WWE will
have considered when they’ve
deliberated on signing him. Though Regal may not be a fan of
him, one person who is is
Roy’s sister Paige, who recently said that WWE should
sign both him and their brother Zak,
though Paige also said she’d be
leaving Twitter, which ended up being a swerve, so
it’ll be interesting to see where
things go from here. While Paige’s time as a Superstar
came to an abrupt end last year, one woman is not doing so great
herself is Sasha Banks. After coming up short in her RAW
Women’s Title Hell in a Cell
match to Becky Lynch, the Boss was reportedly injured,
though the details of the injury
are uncertain. Though Banks reportedly said she
doesn’t want the information out there, someone clearly leaked it, though we’re
still not sure when she’ll be back. More Women’s division news now as
Dave Meltzer discussed the
recent angle on RAW that saw the Kabuki Warriors defeat
Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair. Speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio,
Meltzer said that the plan is for an
Asuka-Becky feud, that will culminate with the Man
avenging her loss against the
Empress of Tomorrow. This week’s RAW saw a Champion’s
showcase tag team match, that ended when Asuka used the
green mist of Lynch to allow Kairi
Sane to get the pin, though the Irish Lasskicker took it upon
herself to wear the mist like a
badge of honor. For as good as Becky’s year has
been, it all started with a loss to Asuka
at the Royal Rumble, the same woman who took the
SmackDown Women’s title from her
at TLC 2018, and The Man even referenced this
on RAW, saying she’s been waiting
to fight Asuka for a long time. Many fans were surprised to see
Becky come out on top in her
feud with Sasha Banks and only time will tell whether Asuka
will be the one to take the RAW
Women’s title from her in the near
future. Although The Empress and the Man
may be locking horns very soon, one
Superstar fans haven’t seen in a while is Samoa Joe, who has
been out with a broken thumb,
according to the PW Insider. Obviously, this injury isn’t the most
serious of ailments, and Joe is
expected to be back as soon as he can be cleared, though there is
currently no timetable for his return. With the WWE draft scheduled for
this Friday’s SmackDown and
next week’s RAW, could the former US Champion
return then? Tune in to find out. We’ve got some worrying news now
as more details have emerged on
the recent arrest of Jeff Hardy. A police report obtained by TMZ has
said that Carthage Police in
North Carolina received a tip of a reckless driver on
October 3rd, and traced the car
which belonged to the former
WWE Champion. When they found the parked car,
Hardy was parked in front of a
liquor store, and Jeff was seen with two cases
of beer as well as dried blood
on his nose. Being pulled over shortly after, Hardy
told police that the blood was from
a fight with his wife, though a domestic dispute charge
was not filed. Hardy admitted to taking two shots
of vodka, and after failing a
sobriety test, was reportedly uncooperative when
asked for a breath or blood sample. Hardy, who was arrested for
Public Intoxication earlier this year, was booked with Driving While
Impaired and Driving on a
Revoked License, and will have his day in court
on November 7th. In a statement, WWE said “Jeff
Hardy is responsible for his own
actions” and though he may be popular, we can’t help but wonder how many
chances Jeff will get before he’s
let go by the company. Speaking of the law, the case of
Zachary Madsen continues, as
fans will remember him as the man accused of assaulting
Bret Hart at the Hall of Fame. A stupid thing to do in a room full
of fighters, Madson had a court
date of September 9th, but after skipping that, he was
arrested by authorities and appeared
in court on September 24th. Now, Madsen will have another
hearing on November 12th,
though he isn’t in custody so time will tell whether he
actually shows up. At this time, Madsen is still facing two
counts of assault in the third degree, as well as trespassing for jumping
the barricade, and if he is convicted, he could face one year in prison
for each assault charge. After all this legal drama, we’re going
to end on a lighter note, as WWE Studios is lining up another
TV project for the Big Show Paul Wight. Show already has a Netflix sitcom,
called The Big Show Show under
production, but this new show will see WWE team
with ITV America’s partner
Thinkfactory Media and has the working title ‘Big
Show Vs. The World: A Giant Abroad.’ Although the series doesn’t have a
home yet, it has been shopped
around to several networks and streaming services according
to the wrap, and in our opinion who wouldn’t want to watch the former
World Champion travel the world to
dig into local mysteries and legends? With his in-ring career seemingly over,
it seems that Show isn’t quite finished
entertaining fans around the world.

Asuka LEAVING WWE Rumor Killer! HEARTBREAKING WWE INJURY! | WrestleTalk News Aug. 2018

Asuka LEAVING WWE Rumor Killer! HEARTBREAKING WWE INJURY! | WrestleTalk News Aug. 2018


Hello and welcome to the WrestleTalk News. I am El Fakidor Laurie Blake. And I come bearing bad news. According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter,
Ricochet is injured. Someone call an ambulance! Help! This man is the future! It’s ok though, it might not be as drastic
as it sounds. Wrestling Inc previously reported that Trev
was injured at an NXT Live event in Paris when he missed a dive. Triple H later described it in a media call
as more of a ‘tweak’ than an injury but Ricochet missed a live show as a precautionary
measure. Ricochet then had his crazy match against
Velveteen Dream and the UK shows but has been out of action since. Scoop hound Dave Meltzer reported that the
injury isn’t actually all that serious, but Ricochet has been off active duty to give
him a chance to heal up for Takeover Brooklyn IV and his match against Adam Cole for the
North American Championship Sticking with the injury angle and yet more
sad news that even the power of love can’t conquer. While training for her in-ring comeback post-pregnancy
Maria Kanellis of the Kanellonis broke her wrist. Kanellis took to Instagram to post an x-ray
of the injury presumably with the other hand: Saying , “I broke my wrist training in the
ring to come back… 6 weeks in a cast. Do the math… still have time before Evolution.” They say bad news comes in threes and it does
on WrestleTalk because It just makes sense to have all the injury news in one video… Segway? Sad Segway. Sadly, yep, it’s more injury news as Tegan
Nox, perhaps better known as Nixon Newell y’know from t’indies suffered a particularly
nasty injury at the Mae Young Classic Tapings at Full Sail University. Wrestling Inc had a correspondent in the crowd
who said Nox was wrestling Rhea Ripley when she landed badly from a dive and apparently
injured her left knee. The referee threw up the dreaded “X” symbol
and doctors came to the ring to check on her. Nox wanted to continue the match but she screamed
out in pain after Rhea hit a dropkick. Nox then threw up the “X” herself and the ref
called for the bell. Nox was seen sobbing in the ring as the Full
Sail crowd went silent. Nox was then helped out to a standing ovation. This is a devastating blow for Nox who missed
the 2017 tournament due to an ACL injury. She only just returned to the ring in April
of this year at a NXT live event. Shortly after the tapings Triple H discussed
Nox’s injury with EspnW: “The doctor looked at it and it was so painful
at the point that he couldn’t manipulate the disc to see if it was an ACL. So we have her
headed over to the hospital now and check what it is.” Tegan while obviously upset was ever the professional,
taking the time to tweet and thank fans for their support and say: “This isn’t how I planned to finish the
Mae Young classic in any shape or form but the last two days have been the best of my
life, despite the obvious!” “My match with Rhea is something I’ve
wanted for a while because damn that girl is talented (even if she is very moody, tongue
sticky out emoji). Freak accidents happen but to hear that she had a killer match with
one of the best wrestlers in the world Io Shirai made my heart swell with happiness.” “I’ve said it before and I’ll say it
again, everything happens for a reason, so no matter what the full extent of this injury
is, I’ll be back and I’ll be shinier than ever!” She then added this one hundred percent verified
and medically accurate drawing of what happened. You know what they always say, bad news comes
in fours. Just kidding. But seriously: Asuka is leaving WWE. Just kidding. That was just a rumour started
on Facebook this weekend, which suggested that the Empress of Tomorrow was tired of
being yesterday’s news and walked out of Smackdown on Tuesday. This unverified report said Asuka was unhappy
with her current place in the company, the fact that she doesn’t have a SummerSlam
match and her recent spate of short matches – but not her losses apparently. The original report was attributed to Mike
Johnson of PWInsider.com, who denied the claims tweeting: “I have not reported anything
about @WWEAsuka leaving @WWE and any website or social media account that claims that I
have, is lying to you.” The man with all the listening devices Dave
Meltzer waded in on Wrestling Observer Radio saying that he had heard the rumour that Asuka
was leaving WWE but that it isn’t true. Sounds like nobody was ready for this Asuka
rumour. Before I go here’s something that from reading
the comments some of you are definitely ready for. If you haven’t already you should pledge
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WWE Team BREAKING UP? Real Reason Kane INJURED At WWE Extreme Rules! | WrestleTalk News July 2018

WWE Team BREAKING UP? Real Reason Kane INJURED At WWE Extreme Rules! | WrestleTalk News July 2018


Hello and welcome to the WrestleTalk News. And if you’ve been keeping up to date on
your wrestling goings on you may remember that Luke and Oli challenged me to out-predict
them at Extreme Rule results for a chance to work here. Ahem. Annnnnnddd New-est member of the WrestleTalk
team, El Fakidor Laurie Blake! Yep, Oli and Luke went seven for eleven and
I managed 9 for eleven, I’m chuffed frankly, I’ve already forced the guys to give me
my new signee photos. This just proves that if you trust in yourself
you can do anything, and I’m El Fakidor so that goes double. W is for winning but L is for Lucha. Seth Rollins On Extreme Rules Main Event
Someone who got a few W’s but unfortunately one to many L’s last night was Seth Rollins. He main evented Extreme Rules in 30-minute
Iron Man match losing effort to Dolph Ziggler. The pair turned out for a fast paced match
– which is weird to say when it had a 30 minute time limit, but a while bunch of falls happened
within the first 10 minutes. But it will be that number 10 that haunts
Rollins and Ziggler. Because the crowd were, well what can I say…
bleep bleep bleep Hardcut
They never quite bothered to get into it. And they counted down the end of every minute
on a 30 minute clock as if it was the Royal Rumble or they were a backwards Shinsuke Nakamura
from a month ago. If there was a beach ball I’m sure they
would have been batting it around too. Great Wizard Nash would not have been happy. Seth Rollins was also not happy from the looks
of it, as he took to Twitter posting 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
Sad really, people thought it was Roman Reigns Main Events the crowd didn’t like, turns
out it was just main events. Real Reason Kane Injured
Another bit of news that came out of Extreme Rules is that the Big Red Machine might need
to see a big red mechanic. WWE.Com reported that Kane ‘ ’ in a backstage
segment ahead of their Smackdown Tag Titles Match. But that ‘Despite returning to action to
help his Team Hell No tag team partner Daniel Bryan, X-rays taken on The Devil’s Favorite
Demon later revealed that he has suffered a broken ankle.’ So far so worky. But PWInsider dug a little deeper and unearthed
that fact that Kane was seen in a walking boot earlier at the PPV. So the attack was to ‘cover for the fact
that he has an injury to his left foot.’ There’s no word on how long Kane will be
out or even if he will be, but you’ve gotta assume some bedrest is in order. Unless he’s going to add the Biggest Boot
to his movelist. WWE Team Breaking Up? Somebody else getting the boot, might be Bray
Wyatt from the Deleters of Worlds. Segue! I can do that joke now I’m official here. Woken Matt Hardy, Bray and the Magic Lantern
faced Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel’s B Team for the Raw Tag Team Championships. And lost! Yes! Come through predictions
But actually, it’s a naff result from a crap match in what is an underwhelming feud. And it looks like it might now also be the
death knell for the Woken Warriors. After some miscues between the mortal vessels
of Matt and Bray, Hardy took to Twitter to say: ‘it may be time for US to move on.’ Now this could be him talking to the ghost
of Genghis Khan or one of the other personalities knocking around in his bonce. But it’s more than likely aimed at Bray,
my time on the internet has taught me that huge caps on a word means that what you’re
cross about. So this suggests the tag team might go their
separate ways. Which is good because I’d love to see Bray
get a Wyatt family back together. It’s the only Kool-Aid I’ll drink… because
they don’t sell it in England. A major, controversial star is returning to
WWE! Find out who and how by clicking the video
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Ricochet INJURED?! MAJOR NXT Title Changes! WWE NXT TakeOver: New York Review | WrestleTalk

Ricochet INJURED?! MAJOR NXT Title Changes! WWE NXT TakeOver: New York Review | WrestleTalk


Did we just see the match of the year? There was a couple of major title changes! And is Ricochet really injured? I would care deeply about that, but I’m
worried about all of the sawdust that got in my eyes at the end of the night when Tommaso
Ciampa hugged Johnny Gargano. I am Luke Owen, have a Superclick Party by
subscribing and giving us a thumbs up – and leave a comment down below to answer our question
of the day: Was that the best NXT TakeOver ever? And make sure you vote in the poll above my
head to let me know what you thought of the show – where you can choose from NXTtrodinary,
NXTcellent, EC3 Out of 5, NXTerrible and TakeOvers Will Never Get This Option. I mean it’s a bit pointless as it will likely
never get this low, but that EC3 out of 5 needs to change now doesn’t it? This is the WrestleTalk review of NXT TakeOver:
New York. Because Laurie, Oli and myself were live-streaming
us poorly playing WWE2K19 over on our brother channel ScreenStalker – who you should totally
subscribe to for the latest movie and video game news – we missed the TakeOver: New York
pre-show. Although scrubbing through timeline on the
WWE Network, it seems like the only thing we missed was Charley Currso, Sam Roberts
and Pat McAfee Virus Protection having an empty arena match, and a bunch lads playing
WWE2K19 to win a million dollars. This was incredibly cringe-worthy, difficult
to watch, and was somehow worse than our own live-stream playing the exact same game. The game was won by this guy in a gold jacket
who thought he was the dogs bollocks, but the crowd booed him like he smelled of dogs
bollocks. Say what you will about WWE main roster pre-shows
and how pointless, boring and rubbish they usually are, but they were way better than
this. Thankfully the main show kicked off in fantastic
fashion, with the War Raiders defending their NXT Tag Team Championships against the winners
of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic – and a couple of chaps who could win the Smackdown
Tag Team Championships on Sunday – Aleister Black and Ricochet. And you can tell this was an NXT show with
cool Uncle Paul in control and not out-of-touch Grampa Vince, because neither Black or Ricochet
had stupid sound effects in their entrances and they looked way cooler for it. This match had a really fun set-up, with Rowe
and Black representing the power of their teams, meaning the flips and high flying was
left to Ricochet – which makes sense – and Hansen – which somehow makes even more sense. Though Ricochet wasn’t looking to be outdone
in the power department, delivering a Fall Away Slam to the much larger Hansen that featured
one of the most impressive popping of the hips I’ve ever seen. The match featured loads of wonderful dives,
nearfalls and Ricochet splatting hard off a 630. War Raiders put away the Dusty Classic winners
with the top rope leg drop, and gave them a sign of respect by bowing to them. This was lovely moment of the night #1 – with
the New York crowd giving Aleister Black and Ricochet a standing ovation for their final
NXT appearance. The duo had already said goodbye to Full Sail
crowd during the last set of TV tapings, but this signals their official assent to the
main roster and all of their booking woes, which could be the reason Ricochet was crying. Aleister Black nearly cried too, but he Black
Massed it back into his eyes because he’s brooding. He only works with black, or very, very dark
grey. This was a really great match, only slightly
let down because no one expected Black and Ricochet to win. However, it will likely be better than any
of the tag matches at WrestleMania. Sadly it may have come with a price, with
Bryan Alverez tweeting from the arena that the match was cut short as Ricochet could
be injured – adding that the goodbye scene went longer than originally planned due to
the short finish. At the time of this recording there’s been
no official word if Ricochet will have to be pulled from WrestleMania, but fans in the
arena were also tweeting that he was surrounded by doctors. OLI: 1 / LUKE: 1 / LAURIE: 1 After showing NXT UK Women’s Champion Toni
Storm and latest signee Piper Niven, we got the NXT North American Championship match
between Matt Riddle and Velveteen Dream, who came out dressed as the ending of The Planet
of the Apes – you maniac! – complete with American’s national anthem theme song, which
I think is called Oh Canada, but I’m not sure. There was some lovely dualling chants to kick
this one off, as these two told a wonderful story of Dream not taking Riddle seriously
because of his bro nature, and then Riddle stretching him out and showing him how serious
he is. Dream would imitate the Karate Kid, so Riddle
would stretch him out. Dream would refuse a bro fist, so Riddle stretched
him out. Really looking back on it, Riddle took around
90% of the match – with Dream having one big flurry of offense where he paid tribute to
all of the classic wrestlers of the past – the Hulking Up and Big Boot of Hulk Hogan, the
Double Axe Handle of Randy Savage, and the Fame Asser of soon-to-be-WWE Hall of Famer
Billy Gunn. Riddle then nearly killed poor Dream with
a deadlift German Suplex off the middle rope, but Dream rolled through the Bromission to
eek out a win over the King of Bros. Dream less won this match and more survived,
and the two shared lovely moment of the night #2 – giving each other a Bro Fist. Since Riddle debuted in NXT, Laurie and I
have been sent emails, comments and tweets from people saying they don’t “get”
The King of Bros, and I hope this match can turn people around onto him. This was a terrific bout which didn’t hurt
Riddle in any way by losing, and elevated Dream by winning despite not taking a lot
of offense during the match. A brilliantly told story. OLI: 2 / LUKE: 2 / LAURIE: 2 They then announced that former IWGP Junior
Heavyweight Champion KUSHIDA had officially signed with WWE, and he was shown in the crowd
to give me a bonus point in the WrestleLeague standings. OLI: 2 / LUKE: 3 / LAURIE: 2 And then came, for me and I think a lot of
others, the match of the night – as Pete Dunne put his United Kingdom Championship on the
line against WALTER. A title that Dunne has held for nearly 690
days, a staggering achievement in this modern day of wrestling. This match was certainly helped by an incredibly
hot crowd, who were super into both guys and gave it a big match feel. What followed was a brutal exchange of chops,
stomps, big moves, finger breaks and even dives from the big Austrian. It was everything you would want from a WALTER
and Pete Dunne match, but more importantly a match against a smaller opponent. Although Dunne did make the mistake of trying
to chop WALTER, forgetting that he is indeed a chop-type Pokemon, who thunderously chopped
back and put an end to those silly games. This always felt like a fight, two warriors
wanting to not only win the top prize of the NXT UK brand, but also prove that they are
the best in the division. The Barclays Centre came unglued as WALTER
kicked out of the Bitter End, and went ape poop for the forearm/chop exchange – losing
their minds when WALTER hit a top rope toss powerbomb and top rope splash for the win
– capturing the United Kingdom Championship. Interestingly this match split opinions in
the live stream chat we did for TakeOver, with a lot of people agreeing with Laurie,
Oli and I that this was the match of the night and a possible MOTY candidate, while others
compared it to a Baron Corbin or Jinder Mahal match. Either way, there was no one saying it was
“fine”. For me, I couldn’t fault it. Wrestling perfection. OLI: 3 / LUKE: 4 / LAURIE: 3 Sadly, the women’s match had to follow it. This always seems to be a common problem for
NXT TakeOver cards. Shayna Baszler and Bianca Belair had to follow
Johnny Gargano vs. Ricochet at TakeOver: Phoenix Wright, Baszler and Kairi Sane had to follow
the shock of Riddle knocking out Kassisus Ohno in six seconds at War Games, as well
as Ricochet and Adam Cole at TakeOver: Brooklyn 4, not to mention Baszler and Nikki Cross
having to follow Ricochet and Velveteen Dream at TakeOver: Chicago II. And sadly, this four way match with Shayna
Baszler defending her NXT Women’s Championship against Bianca Belair, Kairi Sane and Io Shirai
was no different. The crowd were worn out from the Pete Dunne/WALTER
classic, and it took them a while to heat up again. Thankfully, this match featured the Sky Pirates
who are freaking awesome and them working together is wrestling magic and I loved every
second of it. This match also featured the cutest Tower
of Doom spot I’ve ever seen. The story of the match was that despite the
Sky Pirates working together at every opportunity, they also broke up each others pins and cost
each other the title – which Baszler took advantage of. After Belair hit an incredible KOD to both
Io and Sane – yeah, both of them at the same time – Baszler locked in the Carifuna Clutch
to tap out Belair and shockingly retain her Championship. With all the talk of Ronda Rousey possibly
leaving WWE after WrestleMania, or fan theories of the Four Horsewomen jumping up to the main
roster to side with Rousey against the WWE Horsewomen, Baszler retaining her Championship
caught a lot of people off guard, myself included. And she’s now beaten the top three women
in the division, asking the question is anyone ready for Shayna Baszler’s stranglehold
on the Women’s Championship. How long is Dakota Kai out for again? OLI: 3 / LUKE: 4 / LAURIE: 3 And the main event of the show was Adam Cole
Bay Bay taking on Johnny Gargano cosplaying as Iron Man for the Vacant NXT Championship
in a 2-out-of-3 falls match. Now I want to stress that I freaking loved
this match and got very emotional at the end of the night, but I don’t think we can ignore
the elephant in the room – the 2-out-of-3 falls stipulation hurt the first half of this
match. The sad truth is that the crowd just weren’t
into the first two falls. They didn’t pop for Cole pinning Gargano,
or Johnny Wrestling tapping out The Panama Playboy. In fact it took a ring announcement of this
final fall will decide who the new NXT Champion will be to fully wake the crowd back up. And from there, these two had an incredible
match. The first two falls didn’t matter, but this
fall did. They finally busted out the NXT classic we
all knew they would have that was full of wonderful touches – like Cole doing the DIY
kick and Ciampa’s Fairytale Ending on the announcer’s table. But can we just take a moment to appreciate
how good Johnny Gargano is as a babyface? It can’t go unmentioned that at the start
of the match, this crowd was a lot sweeter for Cole winning the belt than they were Johnny
TakeOver grabbing the gold – even booing him during his ring introduction. But during this third fall, he turned that
all around. The crowd went ballistic for Gargano getting
back into the ring at the count of 9 after the table spot, and for the nearfall off the
DIY Superkick – which only intensified when Undisputed Era ran down to distract the ref
who missed Cole tapping out to the Gargano Escape. Gargano then single-handedly wiped out all
of the Undisputed Era in the greatest manner possible, and kicked out again from another
Superkick and Last Shot – finally locking in the Gargano Escape to make Cole tap out
to become the new NXT Champion. OLI: 3 / LUKE: 4 / LAURIE: 3 It sucks this match wasn’t against Tommaso
Ciampa like we all wanted it to be, but this was lovely moment of the night #3. Gargano lifting that title above his head,
with the crowd cheering his accomplishment and Candice LaRea running down to celebrate
with him – this couldn’t have been more perfect and heart-warming. And then Tommaso Ciampa came out and hugged
Gargano on the stage, and that was the moment I nearly shed a tear. When talking about the ending of WrestleMania
XX – when Eddie Guerrero and Chris Benoit hugged holding both their Championships, Bryan
Alvarez wrote in 2004, “For the rest of my life, I can never truly mean it if I ever
say again that I hate wrestling.” This was one of those moments for me. This is one of those moments where I stand
up and say, I love professional wrestling. This was a magical show from top to bottom,
featuring several superb matches, a possible match of the year contender, and one of the
best conclusions to an NXT show I’ve ever witnessed. How could you not love this show? NXT TakeOver: New York was NXTtrodinary. But before we get out of here, let’s take
a quick look at the WrestleLeague standings. And with two shows left for Season One, Oli
now finds himself bringing up the rear with 22, I’m on 25, and Laurie is on 27. Turns out I was very good at predicting the
results for Impact’s United We Stand. Thank you for watching, and thank you to our
Pledge Hammers who are currently scrolling their way into my stomach. Make sure you subscribe to ScreenStalker to
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Top WWE Champion INJURED?! HUGE WWE Return For Summerslam?! WrestleTalk News July 2019

Top WWE Champion INJURED?! HUGE WWE Return For Summerslam?! WrestleTalk News July 2019


Bobby Lashley has a squash match, Viking Raiders
have a squash match, Cesaro has a squash match, and a janitor teams with Roman Reigns. And
Kofi Kingston is injured just days before Extreme Rules! Click the timestamps in the video description
to be taken to any of those stories right now! I am Chopper Pete Quinnell, filling in
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Which match are you most looking forward to at Extreme Rules?
And make sure to press the i above my head to let us know what you thought of the show,
where you can choose fromRawsome, Cor, Avrawge, Poor, and Rawful. This is the 8th July episode
of Monday Night Raw. The show kicked off with Becky Lynch and Seth
Rollins teaming up to face off against Zelina Vega and Andrade in a mixed tag match. Oh
sorry, a mixed tag…elimination match. Which…makes no sense…but let’s look past that because
this was a pretty fun match.Zelina managed to get some decent offense in before Becky
tapped her out with the Disarmer. After the ad break, Andrade and Rollins essentially
now had a singles match, which means the first fall is…pointless? But again, looking past
that, this was really fun. Rollins and Andrade have some really good chemistry, although
I feel like I say that pretty much every Andrade match now, and I for one would absolutely
love to see a PPV match between the two of them.
The finishing sequence was a very fun one, with Rollins hitting the Stomp for the win.
But here comes Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans to remind us of a much more inferior mixed
tag team, with the pair of them attacking Lynch and Rollins on the ramp, which they
then gloat about afterwards. Paul Heyman cut an in-ring promo next, saying
that Brock Lesnar is cashing in on Sunday, which is a spoiler. Which means, it isn’t
a spoiler, and they just want you to buy the ppv.
Paul seemed really tired during this promo, not having his usual fire and passion, and
one has to wonder if it has anything to do with his upcoming role as Raw Executive Director.
A Last Man Standing match between Bobby Lashley and Braun Strowman was confirmed next, I thought
Braun Strowman had a ruptured spleen…? Before Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre had multiple
backstage segments in the night, looking for Roman Reigns’ tag partner, who Shane gets
to choose. The encounter a bin man, a concessions guy and a janitor. All solid choices.
Back to the ring now and we have a 2-out-of-3 falls 6-man tag match between The Usos and
The Miz against The Revival and Elias. This was also quite fun. The heels took most
of the control, before Miz and Elias began brawling on the outside, which allowed The
Revival hit a Shatter Machine and pick up the first fall.
After the ad break, Elias has abandoned The Revival, so it was a 2-out-of-3-falls 6-man
tag match, but now it’s a 2-out-of-3 falls 2-on-3 handicap match? Can someone say convoluted?
This was also really fun, not least due to The Revival and The Usos being really good
tag teams. Miz tagged in and immediately hit a Skull Crushing Finale for the second fall,
before the Usos hit a double superkick and splash for the third fall.
Drake Maverick is backstage with his wife, who says that after tonight, they can consummate
the marriage, before Maverick gets chased off the usual 24/7 horde of wrestlers.
It’s the return of Rey Mysterio! He comes out and cuts a brief promo saying that he
beat the doctor’s expectations, and now he’s back, and he issues an Open Challenge,
which is answered by Bobby Lashley. Last week’s segment with Braun has really elevated Bobby’s
stock, so I actually did not mind him answering this at all.
He quickly disposed of Mysterio, despite a 619 and beat up Mysterio some more on the
ramp, Charly Caruso attempts to interview The Club
about their actions last week, but Styles says he doesn’t owe anyone an explanation
and tells her to get out of his face. Up next was No Way Jose vs Cesaro, with Cesaro
quickly besting Jose with a swing and sharpshooter combination.
The Street Profits are backstage again, this time they’re just here to hype Extreme Rules
and plug the network. They’re funny, but I do wish they were doing something more meaningful.
Next was a video recap of that bizarre Mike and Maria Kanellis segment last week, which
they really doubled down on this week.Mike is backstage giving Maria flowers and apologizing
for last week for some reason, before Maria sends him away for ice cream and pickles.
I hope not together. Next was a split-screen sit down interview
with Nikki Cross and Bayley, as the two will be competing in a Beat The Clock challenge
tonight, with the winner picking the stipulation for Bayley vs Alexa Bliss at Extreme Rules.
Bayley and Nikki say some generic words about Alexa, and the matches are made for later,
Bayley vs Sarah Logan and Nikki Cross vs Dana Brooke.
R-Truth and Carmella are backstage next, looking for Drake Maverick, before he and the 24/7
horde rush past. Carmella hops on his back and he…runs the wrong way. Solid Truth segment.
After taking on The New Day last week, The Viking Raiders are back squashing local talent,
because nothing builds a team more than going backwards in the pecking order. Next up was
Ricochet vs Luke Gallows, and Ricochet cuts a quick promo before the match, saying he
knows that AJ Styles and Karl Anderson will be coming out with Gallows, and says he’ll
just have to fight all three of them. It was at this point I made a prediction.Look
see, here’s my notes. This match will end with a roll-up, and after an ad break, it
will be Ricochet vs Anderson. I was right. Gallows dominated Ricochet, before Ricochet
rolled him up out of nowhere. Styles got on the mic and said he should face Anderson,
and he did. After an ad break of course. This match was a lot better, with Ricochet
hitting the 630 for the win before The Club immediately assaulted Ricochet, including
a wicked looking brainbuster, a Magic Killer and a Phenomenal Forearm.
Drake Maverick is backstage again, this time attempting to grab his wife and go on a proper
honeymoon, before Truth and a referee emerge from the crate his wife was sitting on, and
Carmella comes out from another crate. The referee hops on Truth’s back as they chase
Maverick away. The Beat the Clock challenge was next, with
Sarah Logan still entering with the Riott Squad music even though that faction hasn’t
been a thing since WrestleMania 35, and Bayley was able to beat her in 4:32 with a sunset
bomb in the corner, though Logan did look great.
After that it was Nikki’s turn against Dana Brooke. Dana immediately rolled out of the
ring, forcing time to tick from the clock, because she’s a…heel? And Nikki is a…face?
Bayley then encourages Dana’s behaviour so…she is also a heel? Or maybe not wrestling
and purposefully wasting time outside the ring is a face move now?
Nikki comfortably beats Dana in about 2 minutes, and she makes the match on Sunday a 2-on-1
handicap match for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Bayley constantly laughs and
smiles at Nikki, not taking her seriously, then beats her up because that’s also a
face thing to do, I guess. WHO IS A FACE AND WHO IS A HEEL?
Mike is backstage still getting shouted at for doing the things his wife tells him to
do, and then Corey Graves attempts to stir tension between Rollins and Lynch, which fails.
Now, the main event. Roman Reigns and his janitor tag partner against Shane McMahon
and Drew McIntyre.The janitor is introduced as Gary “The Goat” Garbutt, and he comes
out doing his best Chopper impersonation. The match gets underway straight after the
ad break, with Reigns laying in clotheslines and a Superman Punch attempt straight away.
Gary accidentally tags himself in, and McIntyre throws him into the ring. Gary then goes crazy,
displaying some nutty athletic ability with leaps and dives and flips, before getting
cut off with a Claymore from McIntyre, which allows Shane to get the pin.
It’s then revealed that the person under the mask was none other than Cedric Alexander,
who looks really pleased with himself for some reason. And that’s how the show goes
off the air. *pause* HUH? After last week, I was pretty hopeful that
things may be about to pick up for Raw. This week showed that hope was misplaced. The show
started well and some had some decently fun segments peppered throughout, but the big
storylines, the ones that take up the most time, are the worst ones on the show. And
for that, this episode of Raw, is Poor. And now over to Luke for the news!
Great review, Pete! And thanks for filling in for Oli Lesnar once again.
Sunday night saw Impact Wrestling hold Slammiversary XVII – which was headlined by the excellent
intergender match between Sami Callihan and Tessa Blanchard. But one of the other big
stories from the night was the injury angle to Santana of LAX – who went down during the
three-way tag title match with The North and The Rascalz. While it was quickly reported
that this was nothing but a storyline, Figure Four Online are now reporting that was also
LAX’s last match for Impact Wrestling. According to their daily update, the duo have
offers on the table from both WWE and All Elite Wrestling. PWInsider however are reporting
their offers expire in August and Impact are keen to offer “top money” to get them
to stay. Someone else who could be done with Impact
is former World Champion, Johnny Impact, with PWInsider reporting that Slammiversary was
also his final night with the company. The report says his contract expired a couple
of weeks ago, but Impact agreed to keep working with the company to finish his storyline with
Rich Swann. PWinsider note that Johnny Impact is now a free agent and can negotiate with
any company he likes, but the add that “the two sides are still in talks about continuing
their relationship”. Someone who also had offers to go elsewhere
but have decided to stay in WWE, however, is Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows.
Following the rumours that Gallows and Anderson had decided to stick with the company last
week, PWInsider are now reporting that Gallows and Anderson have officially put pen to paper,
and have signed new 5-year deals for a reportedly “ridiculously amazing financial offer”.
PWInsider add that the reformation of The Club was a big factor in them staying, and
that New Japan were interested in bringing Gallows and Anderson back into their fold,
while AEW were also keen to sign the pair to their promotion.
Someone else who looks to be staying with WWE despite the rumours of her going elsewhere
is Sasha Banks. The Boss hasn’t been seen on WWE TV since
losing her Women’s Tag Team Championships to The IIConics at WrestleMania in April – with
various rumours from various outlets that she was creatively frustrated with WWE and
was looking to sit out the rest of her contract. However it was reported recently that Banks
and WWE have come to an agreement for her to return, with PWInsider reporting that The
Boss is being locally advertised for the July 22nd Raw from Tampa. Not only that, but a
local advertisement in Toronto for Summerslam prominently features Sasha Banks on the poster.
It’s also being speculated that Banks could return to WWE this Sunday at Extreme Rules
in the corner of Bayley, who takes on Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross in a 2-on-1 handicap
match for her Smackdown Women’s Championship. And speaking of Smackdown, it’s being reported
that WWE Champion Kofi Kingston could possibly be injured.
This comes from a house show report from Monday where Kofi himself announced that he wouldn’t
be wrestling on the show as advertised as he was injured – instead acting as a cheerleader
for New Day as they beat B-Team. The main event was then changed to Finn Balor defending
his Intercontinental Championship against Dolph Ziggler.
There’s no official word on Kofi’s injury, and he is set to be on Smackdown tonight to
continue his feud with Samoa Joe over the WWE Championship.
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