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WWE Rumors: Speculation On Rhyno’s WWE Future After RAW ‘Firing’

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What’s next for Rhyno after being ‘fired’ last night on RAW?

In case you missed it, last night on WWE’s Monday Night RAW we saw Acting RAW General Manager Baron Corbin pit tag team partners against one another to keep their job, as Heath Slater took on Rhyno with the loser being fired from the red brand.





In the end, it was ‘The One Man Band’ who picked up the victory, later being told by Corbin that the spot he gets to keep is for a WWE referee. Meanwhile, ‘The Man Beast’ was fired, but as we noted last night, Rhyno would announce his retirement to the live crowd during the following commercial break (read about that here). However, this was not mentioned at all by WWE since it went down, leaving many people wondering what exactly the deal is with Rhyno moving forward.

While details on his retirement announcement and its legitimacy are still scarce, PWInsider reports today that ‘The Man Beast’ is currently still scheduled for WWE’s South American Tour starting tomorrow in Santiago, Chile. Stay tuned for any further updates regarding Rhyno’s WWE status as they become available.

EA’s Take: I’m not ready to call this an indication that Rhyno’s retirement announcement wasn’t legitimate. We’re not even 24 hours removed from it, so it wouldn’t surprise me if Rhyno was scheduled for the South American Tour and they just haven’t adjusted the schedule yet. Or on the other hand, perhaps he’s actually retiring and just finishing up his scheduled dates. We saw Matt Hardy do that recently before stepping away with injuries, so anything is still possible at this point. I just don’t think it would make a lot of sense if this is an angle to announce your retirement and then WWE doesn’t even address it.





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WWE News: NXT Live Event Results From St. Paul, Minnesota (12/8/18)

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Results from NXT’s Live Event in St. Paul, Minnesota!

As we’ve noted, the WWE NXT roster has been divided up this weekend with some of the fresher faces staying home in Florida while the majority of the top Superstars have been north in Wisonsin and Minnesota.





After Friday night’s show in Green Bay (check out the results here), last night’s card a TakeOver: War Games II rematch as The Velveteen Dream challenged Tommaso Ciampa for the NXT Championship. Plus, Kairi Sane looked to recapture the NXT Women’s Title from Shayna Baszler, The Undisputed Era in a 6-Man Tag and much more. Below are the results:

  • Matt Riddle defeated Kassius Ohno
  • Jessamyn Duke defeated Candice LeRae
  • Bobby Fish defeated Humberto Carrillo
  • Dominik Dijakovic defeated Kona Reeves
  • Aleister Black defeated Johnny Gargano
  • Ricochet & Heavy Machinery defeated The Undisputed Era (Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly & Roderick Strong)
  • NXT Women’s Title: Kairi Sane defeated Shayna Baszler by DQ
  • NXT Title: Tommaso Ciampa retained over The Velveteen Dream

Results c/o WrestleZone





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WWE News: SmackDown Live Event Results From Winnipeg (12/8/18)

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Results from last night’s WWE SmackDown Live Event in Winnipeg!

While the WWE’s Monday Night RAW roster has been traveling through South America for Live Events this week and into the weekend (see the latest Buenos Aires results), the SmackDown Live brand has gone north of the border to Canada.





Although blue brand Superstars Rey Mysterio and Andrade ‘Cien’ Almas are on the road with RAW, fans attending last night’s event in Winnipeg, Manitoba still featured some quality matches as AJ Styles took on The Miz in the main event, Rusev challenged Shinsuke Nakamura for the United States Championship, on top of Jeff Hardy vs. Samoa Joe and more. Below are the results:

  • SmackDown Tag Titles: The Bar retained over The New Day (Big E & Kofi Kingston)
  • Jeff Hardy makes his way to the ring, but Samoa Joe ambushes and puts him to sleep with the Coquina Clutch
  • Charlotte Flair defeated Asuka
  • Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson defeated The Colons
  • Jeff Hardy defeated Samoa Joe
  • Lana defeated Peyton Royce
  • Lana defeated Billie Kay
  • United States Title: Rusev defeated Shinsuke Nakamura by DQ
  • AJ Styles defeated The Miz

Results c/o WrestleZone





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