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WWE News: Brie Bella Comments On Her RAW Botch, Returning To The Ring



There was no shortage of grief given to WWE Superstar Brie Bella following her return match to Monday Night RAW last week, as a couple of spots during the contest did not go as planned.

Both of the mistakes came off of sequences involving Brie doing a suicide dive (or feigning one) and social media was very quick to jump on the mishaps, one of which could have seen Brie seriously injured. Recently, the returning Superstar spoke with Yahoo about her comeback to the squared circle and addressed what happened on RAW last week:

“With any type of physical body change, it changes so much. Even last week on ‘Raw’ when I did the suicide dive and it was less momentum than I should have had, I forgot that I’m 10 pounds heavier than what I was. Gravity doesn’t lie. That was a little different for me. I don’t mind if I fail or if I succeed. No matter what, I want to look back with no regrets. If I fail, last week for example, I went to sleep at night and I was kind of bummed out, but I learned something about myself. I learned where my body is at, where I am at.”

Brie also spoke about her decision to get back into the ring after becoming a mother and the challenges it has presented:

“I will admit that it has been a little more overwhelming than what I had thought. I think it has been harder for me than it has been for Birdie. Leaving her, I didn’t realize how attached I was, so I have been struggling with that. I think I have cried myself to sleep more during this comeback because I miss her so much.

No matter how hard you work out outside of the ring, I have a personal trainer, I do so much conditioning, I could probably go run a marathon and kill it, but in-ring endurance you only get by having matches and that’s the one thing that really woke me up. I was so blown up at the end of the match trying to catch my breath.”

Quotes c/o Yahoo

To read the full interview, check it out at this link.


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WWE Survivor Series 2018: Kickoff Match



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Results of the Kickoff Tag Team Elimination Match at WWE Survivor Series 2018: Raw’s Bobby Roode & Chad Gable, The Ascension, The B-Team, The Revival, and the Lucha House Party vs. Smackdown’s The Usos, The New Day, SAnitY, The Colons, and Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson!

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WWE Survivor Series 2018

WWE Survivor Series 2018 kicked off with a Tag Team Elimination Match that saw Raw’s Bobby Roode & Chad Gable, The Ascension, The B-Team, The Revival, and the Lucha House Party square of with Smackdown’s The Usos, The New Day, SAnitY, The Colons, and Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson!

  • New Day performed the introductions for each team that comprised the Smackdown contingency for this match.
  • Representing New Day was Xavier Woods and Big E, SAnitY was Eric Young and Killian Dain, and for Lucha House Party we had Kalisto and Lince Dorado.
  • The Colons were eliminated thanks to a Shatter Machine on Epico with the fall coming from Dash Wilder.
  • Kalisto appeared to be hurt before the first fall, and was eventually replaced by Gran Metallik.
  • Karl Anderson pinned Bo Dallas to eliminate B-Team.
  • SAnitY was eliminated when Bobby Roode pinned Eric Young following a Rude Awakening Moonsault.
  • Big E treated Konnor to a “positivity spank” during an abdominal stretch.
  • Big E pinned Viktor to eliminated The Ascension, evening the odds in the match.
  • During the next sequence you can see Kalisto sitting at ringside, on the floor, cheering on Team Raw.
  • Gran Metalik pinnned Karl Anderson to eliminate The Good Brothers, giving Raw 6-on-4 advantage .
  • The Usos used a rough looking tag team combo to pin Lince Dorado and eliminate Lucha House Party. Rough night for 205 Live’s cornerstone trio!
  • UpUpDownDown on Bobby Roode eliminates Gable & Roode.
  • Super Shatter Machine to Xavier allowed The Revival to eliminate New Day, leaving The Usos and The Revival to finish things off.
  • Following a series of Superkicks, Jimmy Uso connected with a Locked & Loaded Frog Splash to eliminate The Revival, and finish off Team Raw.
  • Smackdown leads 1-0 over Team Raw.


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Final Betting Odds For Tonight’s WWE Survivor Series



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A look at the final betting odds for WWE’s Survivor Series!

Just as WWE Survivor Series is a couple of hours away and the Kickoff already begun, you’re running out of time should you wish to put a little something down on all of the action.

Courtesy of BetWrestling, here are the final betting odds for every match tonight:

While there haven’t been any substantial changes with the Survivor Series betting odds in terms of projected results, we are still able to analyze the data fluctuations and in some cases the lack thereof. Those that were graded to win tonight are still favored, however on a match-by-match, by-the-odds basis we are able to identify whose favorable odds have increased, decreased and have gone completely unchanged.

Those that have seem their odds increase significantly include United States Champion Shinsuke Nakamura, Cruiserweight Champion Buddy Murphy and the Men’s Team Raw Survivor Series Team. Ronda Rousey has also saw her odds increase slightly, but not nearly to the degree of the competitors named in the previous sentence.

There are also two sports book favorites that, while still projected to win, have seen their odds decrease a bit. These include the Raw Tag Team Champions The Authors of Pain and the Smackdown Women’s Survivor Series Team.
Two matches have not seen any change whatsoever in the odds as Universal Champion Brock Lesnar has the exact same odds to defeat newly crowned WWE Champion Daniel Bryan and the same for the Smackdown Tag Team Survivor Series group.

For those unfamiliar with reading the betting odds, a minus sign represents the favorite, while the plus sign indicates the underdog. The size of the corresponding number tells us how favored or unfavorable the wrestler(s) happen to be at a given time, although odds do fluctuate and even reverse altogether. All matches listed below are under “end of broadcast” grading, meaning the final result in the event of a match being restarted or having the decision reversed.

Raw Women’s Champion vs Smackdown Women’s Champion
Ronda Rousey -530 vs Charlotte Flair +350

WWE Universal Champion vs WWE Champion
Brock Lesnar -300 vs Daniel Bryan +220

Intercontinental Champion vs United States Champion
Seth Rollins +280 vs Shinsuke Nakamura -400

Raw Tag Team Champions vs Smackdown Tag Team Champions
Authors of Pain -260 vs Sheamus & Cesaro +180

WWE Crusierweight Championship
Buddy Murphy(c) -400 vs Mustafa Ali +280

Team Raw vs Team Smackdown (Men’s) – 5 on 5 Traditional Survivor Series Match
Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, Finn Balor & Bobby Lashley -385
vs The Miz, Shane McMahon, Samoa Joe, Rey Mysterio, Jeff Hardy +265

Team Raw vs Team Smackdown (Women’s) – 5 on 5 Traditional Survivor Series Match
Natalya, Mickie James, Nia Jax, Tamina Snuka & Ruby Riott +140
vs Carmella, Naomi, Asuka Sonya Deville & TBA -180

Team Raw vs Team Smackdown (Tag Team) – 10 on 10 Traditional Survivor Series Match
Booby Roode & Chad Gable, The Ascension, Lucha House Party, B-Team & The Revival +300
vs The Usos, The New Day, The Good Brothers, SanitY and The Colons -420

Do any of the odds go against what you think will happen? Let us know on social media @theCHAIRSHOTcom and always remember to use the hashtag #UseYourHead!

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