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Rumor On WWE Commentary Change

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Dave Meltzer says that the WWE is big into creating diversity with their commentary teams. They understand that their product hits several different demographics.

The point being, according to Meltzer the company is looking to bring in a Woman to do color commentary. It is unknown for which show at this time, however Smackdown Live and Raw currently share Corey Graves.

Beth Phoenix has been speculated to be a candidate. She recently worked on the WWE Mixed Match Challenge and also did commentary for the Wrestlemania Women’s Battle Royal.

Lita who called the Mae Young Classic is another name that has been speculated. Also it was reported some time ago that the company had considered Renee Young for a role on commentary.

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WWE Rumors: The Undertaker Possibly Working SummerSlam

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After leaving his trademark hat and coat in the ring following his loss to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 last year, many fans thought that was the end of The Undertaker’s in-ring WWE career. Of course as we saw at WrestleMania 34 back in April, that is not the case as ‘The Deadman’ accepted John Cena’s challenge and disposed of ‘The Leader of the Cenation’ in relatively quick fashion.

‘The Demon of Death Valley’ would return to the ring again less than a month later, defeated Rusev in a Casket Match at the Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia on April 27th, marking the first time Taker worked multiple matches in the same year since 2015. It’s also been noted that ‘The Phenom’ will be back in the squared circle at Madison Square Garden (read about that here), his first match there in eight years, at the RAW Live Event on July 7th. He will also be working the big stadium show in Australia set for October (check that out here). According to a new report, we could also be seeing Undertaker in the ring yet again this Summer.

According to the WrestleVotes Twitter account, who has been a source of some solid info over the past year or so, the multi-time WWE Champion may have a match at SummerSlam on August 19th:

EA’s Take: I’m all for Undertaker continuing to wrestle as long as he’s in good health. His character is such that he doesn’t really need to do a whole lot, just him being there brings interest (or even the prospect of him being there as we saw at WrestleMania 34). WrestleVotes has had some good info in the past, however I can’t say for sure that this is true because nobody knows who’s behind the account. I also don’t really understand what Taker working in October would have to do with his status for SummerSlam. Seems pretty legit to me though, even if SummerSlam doesn’t necessarily “need” Undertaker on the card to sell tickets. The event sells itself.

 

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WWE News: RAW Live Results From Salt Lake City, Utah (6/23/18)

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The road to tomorrow evening’s edition of Monday Night RAW from the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California continued last night for the Superstars of the red brand. After hitting up Boise, Idaho on Friday evening (which you can get results of here), last night’s RAW Live Event emanated from Salt Lake City, Utah with a card that was nearly identical to Friday’s action. Below are the results:

  • Bayley & Dana Brooke defeated The Riott Squad (Liv Morgan & Ruby Riott)
  • Cruiserweight Title: Cedric Alexander retained over Kalisto
  • Tag Team Triple Threat: The B-Team defeated Breezango & Titus Worldwide
  • Mojo Rawley defeated No Way Jose
  • Finn Balor, Braun Strowman & Bobby Lashley defeated Kevin Owens, Baron Corbin & Jinder Mahal
  • Elias came out for a performance, but was interrupted and left laying by Bobby Roode
  • RAW Women’s Title: Alexa Bliss retained over Sasha Banks
  • Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins defeated Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre

Results c/o PWInsider

 

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Ja’ Von’s Weekly Impact Wrestling YouTube Report (6/23/18)

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This week’s episode of Impact featured a tag team main event between oVe and Pentagon Jr. & Fantasma. We also saw new tag team champions crowned in LAX.

We saw a decline in viewership this week as Impact went up against the NBA Draft which you can read about here. But how did they do in terms of views on YouTube?

Here is the YouTube breakdown (numbers collected at 2:30PM EST):

  1. Sami Callihan and oVe Rip Open Pentagon Jr’s Mask: 118K views
  2. KM Isn’t Facing Fallah Bahh, He’s Facing SCOTT STEINER: 75K views
  3. Konan Returns to Confront King: 59K views
  4. KM vs Scott Steiner: 52K views
  5. Eddie Edwards Suffers a Psychotic Break Over Tommy Dreamer: 45K views
  6. Madison Rayne vs Taya Valykire: 43K views
  7. Z & E vs LAX: World Tag Team Championship: 42K views

After of the conclusion from the fight in the woods it seemed like the blood feud between Sami Callihan and Eddie Edwards was going to continue. Eddie blames Dreamer for allowing Callihan to escape.

Over the past few weeks it seems that oVe have found new targets in the form of former world champion Pentagon Jr. & Fantasma. This all began last week when Jake Christ faced off against Fantasma. This week Pentagon & Fantasma defeated oVe which lead to a post match brawl and Sami Callihan trying to rip the mask off. When looking at the numbers fans seem to like where this feud is going. I predict that the big pay off will either happen in the weeks to come or at Slammiversary.

When take a look at KM’s run so far with Impact you wouldn’t expect him to be sitting in the number two and four spots for this week’s report. Right now KM is being use in a comedy act with Fallah Bahh the only reason he is in the numbwr two and four spots is due to the bigger of Scott Steiner. Yes, I know shockingly Stiener is still somewhat of a draw in 2018.

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