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SummerSlam Results: RAW Women’s Championship

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Only two matches remained at SummerSlam following the United States Championship match and first up, it was time for Ronda Rousey to try and exact some revenge on Alexa Bliss with the RAW Women’s Title on the line.

Of course, ‘Little Miss Bliss’ effectively stole the title back at Money In The Bank, leading to Ronda getting suspended from Monday Night RAW for 30 days and having to wait to kick Alexa’s “pink-haired ass”. With Natalya in her corner, Rousey entered the ring with purpose with Bliss looking to stay away right at the bell. One right hand from the challenger quickly stunned Alexa and sent her stumbling to the outside, the champion looking towards the entrance as if she was ready to leave. Rousey didn’t want that and proceeded to give Bliss the ring, sitting down and allowing her to put on a rear chinlock, which had zero affect whatsoever.

‘Rowdy’ Ronda would power to her feet and plant ‘Little Miss Bliss’ with a spinning Samoan drop, once again sending Alexa to the floor for a breather. This time around Ronda would give chase and get baited back into the ring, but a couple of shots by the champion did nothing other than piss Rousey off who would unload with lefts and rights, followed by multiple throws. Another spinning Samoan Drop left Bliss seemingly for dead with Ronda asking the crowd if it was time to finish it, twisting away at the left arm for the quick tap-out to win the championship.

 

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Chairshot Wrestling News Shuffle (2/15/2019)

Start your Friday off with comments on news regarding Jimmy Uso, The Undertaker, Bray Wyatt, and more!

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The Undertaker

Jason shuffles in to the homestretch of the week with the Chairshot Wrestling News Shuffle! Today we take a look at news on Jimmy Uso, The Undertaker, Bray Wyatt, and more!

 

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Welcome To The Uso Penitentiary

According to TMZ sports, Jimmy Uso was arrested after a drunken dispute with Detroit police today. Naomi and Uso were pulled over earlier today when Namoi was headed the wrong way on a one way street. Police say that the vehicle smelled strongly of alcohol. Upon getting pulled over, Uso reportedly acted like he wanted to fight with police.  He was booked and later posted bond.

Undertaker At Starrcast II

Sports Illustrated broke the news earlier today that the Undertaker will be appearing at Starrcast II Memorial Day weekend. According to SI: “I know people might assume this is an AEW event, but that is not true,” said Starrcast founder Conrad Thompson, whose convention is a weekend-long event featuring more than two dozen live wrestling-themed shows. “We have wrestlers appearing from every promotion from all over the world, and Starrcast isn’t just for All Elite Wrestling fans, it’s for all wrestling fans.

Cruiserweight Title Match Moved To Elimination Chamber Kickoff

The Cruiserweight championship match between Akira Tozawa and Buddy Murphy that was scheduled to be a part of the Elimination Chamber pay per view this coming Sunday has been moved to the Elimination Chamber kickoff show according a tweet from the WWE.

Bray Wyatt To Return Soon?

According to PWInsider, Bray Wyatt is “very close” to an in ring return. The last time Wyatt was seen in a WWE ring was at a WWE Live event in Columbus Ohio last December. The thought at the time was Bray Wyatt would return to Royal Rumble, but outside of some odd tweets, he hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

Jason’s Thoughts on Today’s News

Undertake is on his way to All Elite Wrestling!!!! I better not say that or some of the AEW marks will get upset. All things considered though, it will be interesting to see what the Undertaker experience will be at Starrcast II. For pretty much the entirety of his career as the Undertaker, he has really never broken character outside of the ring. I would love to see a Q&A with him, a podcast, or a potential shoot interview. If there was one person who would have hours of stories to tell, it would be the Undertaker. I am a bit curious though of his contractual situation with the WWE and if they had any input to the appearance. Many fans will associate Starrcast II with AEW, so it is interesting. Does this mean we wont be seeing Undertaker at WrestleMania?

I am not going to comment on Jimmy Uso or Namoi. Everyone has a personal life outside of the ring. I really don’t have anything of value to add.

I thought Wyatt would be back at Royal Rumble as well, and there were the rumors that the Wyatt family could reunite. Throwing a hypothetical scenario out there, but could the return of Erik Rowan and his siding with Daniel Bryan lead to a potential return scenario for Wyatt? There is history there, and the storyline would pretty much write itself.

 


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Chairshot Wrestling News Shuffle (2/14/19)

Start your Thursday off with comments on news regarding Ronda Rousey, Total Divas, NXT Takeover WrestleMania, and more!

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Jason shuffles in to your Thursday with the Chairshot Wrestling News Shuffle! Today we take a look at news on Ronda Rousey, Total Divas, NXT Takeover WrestleMania, and more!

 

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Chris Jericho On AEW Talent

Chris Jericho recently did an interview with Forbes discussing various elements of All Elite Wrestling. (Read the interview HERE). One of the excerpts of the interview was in regards to homegrown talent in AEW. Jericho said:

“I think we’ve assembled a great roster already of fresh talent,” Jericho said. “We have the seasoned veterans and really untapped rookies, with great people on every level. We have six-to-eight blue-chippers. That’s all you need to do a wrestling company. I think we have enough talent for the first year already.”

“I think what AEW has done is shaken up the big companies, and when I say that I mean WWE and New Japan, to where they’re signing everybody, and signing them to longer deals and more money. And I say to all of them, you’re welcome.”

“We have to work and build the roster that we already have, knowing that we’ll get more, but for right now, we have to assume this is our roster for next year. Let’s build some guys and create some of our own stars, which is mandatory for any wrestling company to survive.”

Ronda Rousey Joining Total Divas ?

Over the past few days, we have found out that Lana will be removed from the upcoming season of Total Divas while Sonya Deville will be added to the show. Now word is coming out that Ronda Rousey may be added to season nine. Crew members have reportedly been filming Rousey the past few weeks on her Browsey Acres farm.

Plans For The Women’s Tag Division Revealed?

WrestleVotes, one of the wrestling Twitter accounts that has a track record in breaking wrestling news, has sources that have revealed some potential information regarding the women’s tag division in a tweet earlier today:

NXT Takeover: Blacklist?

According the ticket website for the WWE, the NXT Takeover event that will be taking place during WrestleMania weekend will be titled NXT Takeover:Blacklist.  (You can view the ticket page HERE)

Jason’s Thoughts On Today’s News

With one set of tag team titles and lack of depth, it was a given that the women’s tag team division would cross over between brands. If handled right, I think the women’s tag team division will do well and could be a draw for WWE. While we are a ways off from an all women’s weekly show in WWE, the tag team division is the next logical step in that direction. It would be nice to see the NXT women’s division involved in the tag team division as well. Isn’t it interesting though? WWE, a company who has really done nothing with tag team wrestling the last 5 to 10 years trying to revolutionize women’s tag team wrestling in America. #savetagteamwrestling   (Speaking of which, pick up a Save Tag Team Wrestling t-shirt from the Chairshot Pro Wrestling Tees store HERE  Yeah, I know, cheap plug)

Can AEW run for a year on 6 to 8 names like Jeircho says it can? Is WWE and New Japan really trying to sign all the talent available? Or is Jericho just good at stirring the pot ? Let’s say it’s a combination of all of the above.


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