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TakeOver Results: NXT Tag Team Championship

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The time has finally arrived as NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV is finally here, the crowd at the Barclays Center as boisterous as we’ve come to expect every August. That rowdiness was only exacerbated tonight with the opening contest as The Undisputed Era defended the NXT Tag Team Titles against the former champions, Moustache Mountain in a match that many believed could steal the show.

Tyler Bate and Trent Seven wasted no time at the opening bell as the action was fast and furious, the challengers looking to put the match away early to regain their titles. However, the champions were not ready to go quietly and were able to single Bate out, working over various body parts to not only try for the win, but also to punish him at the same time. A hot tag to Seven would turn the tide briefly, but when Roderick Strong and Kyle O’Reilly attempted to do the same, Bate would step in and the match began to break down.

Tyler would go airborne to the outside to take out O’Reilly and nearly put Strong away in the ring with the Tyler Driver ’97, but the champions would begin working over the left leg once again with O’Reilly looking for the tap out. Trent would call for the towel just like we saw Bate use to cost them the titles in the first place, however Seven would change his mind and throw it into the crowd instead before getting the tag. A Seven Star Lariat wasn’t enough to finish it, so Moustache Mountain would deliver the Knee Drop/Burning Hammer combination that still couldn’t put it away, to the surprise of the challengers.

Another failed double team attempt by the challengers led to a vicious combination sweep/clothesline by the champions, giving The Undisputed Era the three count.

 

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Greg DeMarco’s YouTube Performance Report: WWE Raw (4/22/19)

You shouldn’t be surprised at the video that topped Raw on YouTube this week.

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A look at the YouTube performance for the April 22nd edition of WWE RAW!

As we all know, social media and other outlets have become a huge means of drawing in interaction and viewers for WWE. Most people will point to television ratings like they did during the Monday Night Wars in the late 1990’s, however that can be skewed with so many various means of watching today that do not include cable television. As such, YouTube has joined social media as a metric as important to WWE as television ratings (if not more).

As you’ve become accustomed to, here is this week’s RAW YouTube Report, compiled Wednesday morning, for the 4/22/19 edition of WWE Raw:

  • Bray Wyatt’s Firefly Fun House – 2 million views
  • Seth Rollins’ challengers emerge – 1.58m views
  • AJ Styles vs. Baron Corbin – 904k views
  • The Miz vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Baron Corbin – 815k views
  • AJ Styles vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Samoa Joe – 775k views
  • Becky Lynch & Lacey Evans promo – 450k views
  • Robert Roode vs. Ricochet – 440k views
  • Becky Lynch vs. Alicia Fox – 395k views
  • Naomi vs. Billie Kay – 332k views
  • Cedric Alexander vs. Cesaro – 325k views
  • The Revival and The Usos Backstage – 292k views
  • Sami Zayn runs down the WWE Universe – 282k views
  • The Viking Raiders decimate The Lucha House Party – 225k views
  • Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins discuss The Viking Raiders – 126k views

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Greg DeMarco’s WWE Raw YouTube Ratings Analysis

It should be no surprise that Bray Wyatt’s Firefly Funhouse comes in at #1 for the week, surpassing 2 million views. We are in the post-Easter week, so numbers are down overall (only 2 videos over 1 million views), but this one definitely has people talking. It’s also the #18 trend on all of YouTube.

Seth Rollins also topped a 1.5 million, as we had the show opening multi-man promo scheme designed to set up the matches for later. The set-up and those matches were the major focus on Raw on YouTube this week, ranking #2-#5 in terms of views.

Becky Lynch didn’t deliver this week, as she might be suffering from a bit of overexposure. The Raw women’s division continues to rebuild, making me wonder why they broke up The Riott Squad. The division occupied spots #6, #8, and #9, and cumulatively they barely broke a million views. But let’s be honest, the less people that see Becky Lynch vs. Alicia Fox, the better.

Also bad news for the tag team division, as they occupied 3 of the four bottom videos.

My favorite video…the Robert Roode pornstache!

What did the YouTube results for this week tell you?


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ROH Announces Return to Hammerstein & Lowell

ROH returns to Hammerstein for Manhattan Mayhem!

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Ring Of Honor announces a huge weekend of events in July including their Hammerstein return for Manhattan Mayhem!

Big news out of ROH today as they return to the Hammerstein Ballroom in July for Manhattan Mayhem, plus head to Lowell for Mass Hysteria. They were last at Hammerstein for Final Battle 2018. The full release is below the ad–buy a shirt!


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ROH TO PRESENT BIG SHOWS IN MANHATTAN, LOWELL IN JULY

Still riding a wave of momentum coming off the historic G1 Supercard event, Ring of Honor is headed to Manhattan and Lowell, Mass., for two must-see shows in July.

ROH will present Manhattan Mayhem at Manhattan Center’s Hammerstein Ballroom on Saturday, July 20, and Mass Hysteria at the Lowell Auditorium on Sunday, July 21. Both of these big shows will stream live for HonorClub.

Tickets for the Manhattan and Lowell events go on sale next Wednesday, May 1 at 10 a.m. Eastern for HonorClub members, and Friday, May 2 at 10 a.m. Eastern for the general public.

In addition to experiencing all the hard-hitting, in-your-face action that only ROH can deliver, fans in Manhattan and Lowell will have an opportunity to get autographs and photos with the stars of ROH at pre-show meet and greets!

There is no such thing as a “house show” in ROH. Every event matters! So don’t miss your opportunity to see The Best Wrestling on the Planet live!

ROH PRESENTS MANHATTAN MAYHEM
SATURDAY, JULY 20
BELL TIME 7 P.M. ET
MEET AND GREET 5 P.M. ET
THE MANHATTAN CENTER’S HAMMERSTEIN BALLROOM
311 W 34TH STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10001

ROH PRESENTS MASS HYSTERIA
SUNDAY, JULY 21
BELL TIME 7 P.M. ET
MEET AND GREET 5 P.M. ET
LOWELL MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM
50 EAST MERRIMACK STREET
LOWELL, MA 01852


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