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WWE Results: SmackDown Live In Budapest Last Night (5/14/18)

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Both WWE brands continue their European Tour this week as RAW was in London last night, while SmackDown Live was in Budapest, Hungary. Charlotte Flair was not present of course, as she was in New York City for the annual NBC Universal Upfronts. She was again replaced by Becky Lynch in a SmackDown Women’s Title Match against Carmella:

  • SmackDown Tag Title Triple Threat: The Bludgeon Brothers retained over The New Day & The Usos
  • Shelton Benjamin defeated Sin Cara
  • Asuka & Naomi defeated The IIconics & Lana
  • Daniel Bryan & Tye Dillinger defeated Big Cass & The Miz
  • United States Title: Jeff Hardy retained over Rusev w/Aiden English
  • SmackDown Women’s Title: Becky Lynch defeated Carmella by DQ
  • WWE Champion AJ Styles, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson defeated The Bar & Shinsuke Nakamura

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*BREAKING* WWE Reinstates Hulk Hogan Into The Hall Of Fame

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As noted earlier today, Hulk Hogan was seen flying into Cleveland, Ohio last night, which normally wouldn’t be news, however tonight’s WWE Extreme Rules takes place in Pittsburgh tonight, merely a couple hour drive away. This of course sparked loads of speculation regarding Hulk possibly appearing at tonight’s event, as the multi-time World Champion did not have any appearances scheduled in the area and also attempted to throw fans off as to his whereabouts (for everything on that go here).

WWE has now just announced that following his suspension three years ago after racially charged comments from Hulk went public, he has now been reinstated into the WWE Hall Of Fame:

Hulk has said in recent interviews that progress was being made about a return to the company he’s synonymous with, even commenting that talks were moving “quite quickly” (check that out here). At this time, it’s still not known if Hogan will be seen at Extreme Rules tonight. Below is WWE’s official announcement:

STAMFORD, Conn. — After a three-year suspension, Hulk Hogan has been reinstated into the WWE Hall of Fame. This second chance follows Hogan’s numerous public apologies and volunteering to work with young people, where he is helping them learn from his mistake. These efforts led to a recent induction into the Boys & Girls Clubs of America Alumni Hall of Fame.

 

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WWE News: WWE Reportedly Signs Crash & Aro Lucha Talent

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We’ve seen the WWE seemingly up their game in the past few months when it comes to signing new talent, recently holding a massive tryout at the Performance Center (check out that here) and also inking names like Io Shirai, Deonna Purrazzo and Keith Lee to contracts among others. The launch of the NXT UK brand also brought a host of signings (for more on that go here), in what seem to be the first steps towards Triple H’s ultimate vision (read about that here).

In some more signing news today, Squared Circle Sirens is reporting via LuchaCentral that ‘Pretty Reckless’ Lacey Lane has signed a developmental deal with WWE. The 30-year old got her start in the business with The Dudley Boyz’s Team 3D Academy, reportedly making her pro debut on August 25th, 2016. In that short time, Lane has been Women’s Champion for The Crash Lucha Libre promotion and more recently could be seen with Aro Lucha on a fairly regular basis.

Lane previously had a developmental offer on the table with WWE, stating on an episode of the Spinning Heel Kick Podcast that she would be reporting to the Performance Center in March 2017. However, the deal was taken off of the table when it was discovered she had arthritis in her knee. At this time, it’s not known if Lane would be used for the Mae Young Classic as of yet with only six names announced thus far (find those here).

 

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WWE News: Betting Odds For Tonight’s Extreme Rules

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Less than six hours remain before the Kickoff for tonight’s WWE Extreme Rules gets underway inside the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. With rumors already swirling about who may make a surprise appearance (for more on that go here), the latest betting lines for every match (including the two on the Kickoff) on the card are now also in.

Sky Bet has the updated lines and there’s been some movement in a couple of matches. Previously, Team Hell No was favored to defeat The Bludgeon Brothers (this doesn’t necessarily mean they were favored to win the titles, just the match), but that has now shifted and the champions now have the odds leaning their way. Additionally, Finn Balor was originally favored to win his match against Baron Corbin, but that is now at a coin flip. Here’s the latest lines:

  • AJ Styles vs. Rusev: Styles 1/4, Rusev 11/4
  • Alexa Bliss vs. Nia Jax: Bliss 4/5, Jax 10/11
  • The Deleters Of Worlds vs. The B-Team: Deleters 1/3, B-Team 9/4
  • Carmella vs. Asuka: Carmella 5/6, Asuka 5/6
  • Bludgeon Brothers vs. Team Hell No: Bludgeon 4/6, Hell No 11/10
  • Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins: Ziggler 5/4, Rollins 4/7
  • Bobby Lashley vs. Roman Reigns: Lashley 5/6, Reigns 5/6
  • Jeff Hardy vs. Shinsuke Nakamura: Hardy 2/1, Nakamura 4/11
  • Baron Corbin vs. Finn Balor: Corbin 4/5, Balor 10/11
  • Braun Strowman vs. Kevin Owens: Strowman 4/11, Owens 2/1
  • The New Day vs. SAnitY: New Day 9/4, SAnitY 1/3
  • Andrade ‘Cien’ Almas vs. Sin Cara: Almas 1/6, Sin Cara 7/2

 

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