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King: The Four Wild Cards For Survivor Series

Chris King shares his thoughts on the huge Triple-Threat Men’s Survivor Series Traditional Elimination Match between Monday Night Raw, Friday Night SmackDown, and NXT, and the potential superstars that could defect and cost their respective team.

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Chris King shares his thoughts on the huge Triple-Threat Men’s Survivor Series Traditional Elimination Match between Monday Night Raw, Friday Night SmackDown, and NXT, and the potential superstars that could defect and cost their respective team.

Let’s give credit where it’s due, Triple H is a master of the mic and delivered another tremendous promo on Raw to “The Prizefighter” Kevin Owens coercing him into jumping ship. HHH gave the WWE Universe a history lesson of Owens’ impact on NXT back in the day and how he helped put the black and gold brand on the map.

This is second Raw superstar that “The Game” has tried to convince to join the black and gold brand first it was Seth Rollins and now Owens I wonder who’s next?

It would be incredibly intriguing to see HHH try to coerce the Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura or even Drew McIntyre to come back home. Out of the two, I feel Nakamura would greatly benefit from returning to NXT. WWE has booked him so poorly and mishandled his special character ever since he debuted in 2017.

Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe the last time that there have been so many wild cards for team WWE was back in 2001 during the Invasion Angle. Where we saw the merger of WCW and ECW with Shane McMahon, Stephanie McMahon, and Paul Heyman joining forces to take down the WWE.

At the Invasion pay-per-view, then-WWE Champion “Stone Cold” Steve Austin defected to Team Invasion and cost WWE the five-on-five match.

Against popular opinion, I have loved this new and exciting element of NXT invading both Raw and SmackDown over the last few weeks. For years, the WWE Universe has only dreamed of what would happen if NXT clashed with WWE and to me it’s been everything I’ve wanted and more.

We’ve received some stellar matches including the NXT Champion Adam Cole vs. Daniel Bryan and Rollins, and the incredible six-man tag between The OC., and Matt Riddle, Keith Lee, and Tomasso Ciampa.

Below I will be ranking the four dark horses with the most chances of turning on WWE to jump ship to on Sunday and briefly outlining their time in NXT.

4. Drew McIntrye

“The Scottish Psychopath” Drew McIntyre had a brief stint in NXT back in 2017. He was spotted at ringside at TakeOver Orlando and then wrestled his first match in WWE since his departure in 2014. McIntrye skyrocketed up to the main event where he defeated Bobby Roode at TakeOver Brooklyn III to capture the NXT Championship.

A few months later, he would drop the title to Andrade Cien Almas at TakeOver WarGames. He was then sidelined with a bicep injury keeping him out of action for the remainder of the year.

The Scot made his re-debut on the Raw-After-Mania 34 alongside Dolph Ziggler and the duo wreaked havoc on Monday nights. It appeared big things were ahead for McIntrye but it hasn’t worked out well him on WWE. The only title he’s held on the main roster has been the Raw Tag Team Championships.

While he would benefit from a jump back to NXT, I think if WWE continues to push him as the badass he truly is perhaps McIntrye could be next in line to dethrone Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 36. So, I don’t see him turning on Team Raw

3. Shinsuke Nakamura

The Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura could be the biggest wild card heading into Survivor Series, but since he’s not on the men’s traditional match I don’t expect him to turn on Friday Night SmackDown.

“The King of Strong Style” played a major part in helping to elevate the black and gold brand during his year in NXT. Nakamura made his in-ring debut in impressive fashion stealing the whole show in a stellar match with Sami Zayn at TakeOver: Dallas.

After defeating Austin Aries and former NXT Champion Finn Balor, The King of Strong Style defeated Samoa Joe to capture the NXT Title at TakeOver: Brooklyn II. Their rivalry would continue all the way through January 2017 with the two trading victories.

Nakamura would lose the NXT Championship to the newcomer Bobby Roode. He would unsuccessfully challenge Roode at TakeOver: Orlando and would move on to the main roster.

To say that Nakamura has been criminally mistreated on the main roster would be a HUGE understatement. He made his debut on the SmackDown-After-Mania 33 and entered into a lackluster feud with Dolph Ziggler.

He would then compete in the 2017 Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match and shared a very exciting angle with AJ Styles that ultimately set up the dream match for the ages. Nakamura also unsuccessfully challenged for the WWE Title at SummerSlam.

Nakamura won the 2018 Men’s Royal Rumble to challenge Styles for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 34 but was unsuccessful in his attempt. After the match, The King of Strong Style hit Styles with a heinous low-blow and turning heel. The two rivals would feud throughout the summer but Nakamura never captured the WWE title.

This year, he won the Intercontinental Championship and just recently paired up with Zayn as his mouthpiece. Nakamura along with Zayn and possibly even Cesaro would be tremendous additions to NXT. Unfortunately for The King of Strong Style, him jumping ship to the black and gold doesn’t appear to be on the cards.

2. Seth Rollins

The former Universal Champion Seth Rollins would be the most to benefit from returning to NXT but unfortunately for him, it won’t help him with his big mouth on social media. Which is honestly his biggest flaw currently along with his uninspiring babyface run on Raw. On a positive note,

Long before there was an NXT, WWE’s developmental territory was Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). In 2011, Rollins (formerly Tyler Black) signed with WWE and began battling Dean Ambrose

(formerly Jon Moxley) in some amazing ironman matches that are definitely worth checking out on YouTube. One year later, Rollins captured the FCW Championship until it was rebranded as the NXT Championship.

In July, then-NXT Commissioner and  WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes announced a “Gold Rush” Tournament where four superstars from NXT and four superstars from the main roster battled to become the inaugural NXT Champion. On the August 29th edition of NXT, Rollins defeated Jinder Mahal in the finals to win the NXT Championship.

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Rollins is arguably one of the greatest in-ring performers of this generation. His work ethic is reminiscent of John Cena’s workhorse mentality working all year long and putting on stellar matches. Rollins has accomplished so many great things in his short WWE career such as being a Grand-slam Champion, being the first superstar to ever hold both the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and the United States Championship at the same time.

Rollins’ time in The Shield and The Authority truly groomed him to be the top star in the company. Triple H’s proposition to Rollins a few weeks ago was spot on. Claiming that every time that Rollins is at a crossroads HHH shows up and helps him win a title.

Rollins was red-hot earlier this year when he won the Royal Rumble to challenge Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania unfortunately after he slayed the beast and captured the Universal Title his popularity decreased dramatically. Perhaps, it was due to his incredibly boring feud with Baron Corbin or the horrendous storyline involving his real-life girlfriend the Raw Women’s Champion “The Man” Becky Lynch.

To make matters worse, losing the Universal Championship back to Lesnar didn’t do any favors for Rollins. I truly believed that after he slayed the beast for the second time at SummerSlam, the WWE Universe would start to get back on the bandwagon but it never happened.

I don’t want to even get into the train wreck of a feud Rollins and “The Fiend” had over the Universal Championship but at that point, he was dead in the water. Rollins has a bad habit of running his mouth about top superstars in other companies such as Kenny Omega and Will Ospreay.

A heel turn is long overdue for him because he’s trying way too hard to be a lovable babyface and it’s not working. As much as I would love to see Rollins back on the black and gold brand, there’s someone that better fits that bill.

1. Kevin Owens

In my opinion, “The Prizefighter” Kevin Owens made the biggest impact in NXT. Who could ever forget NXT TakeOver: R Evolution where The Prizefighter made his debut and savagely betrayed his best friend Sami Zayn and delivered a vicious Pop-up Powerbomb into the ring apron.

Owens portrayed such an amazing cold-hearted badass in his time with NXT. He was after one thing: The NXT Championship and it didn’t matter who stood in his way. The vindictive and ruthless The Prizefighter kept his promise to the NXT Universe when he defeated Zayn two months to the day of his debut to capture the NXT Title.

Owens and Finn Balor’s feud was fantastic if you’ve never seen their title match at The Beast in the East WWE Network Special in Tokyo then do yourself a favor and go watch it. Balor winning the NXT Championship in his first time back in Japan where he was made a star under the moniker of Prince Devitt, was truly a sight to see.

On the June 8, 2015, edition of Raw, Owens made his main roster debut when he sorta answered John Cena’s United States Championship Open Challenge. The cold-hearted and vindictive The Prizefighter blindsided “The Face That Runs The Place” and delivered a thunderous Pop-up Powerbomb to Cena and stomped on the US Title while hoisting up his NXT Championship.

Owens and Balor’s bitter rivalry culminated in a spectacular ladder match at TakeOver: Brooklyn and it would also mark Owens’ final match in NXT before moving up to the main roster and continue his current feud with Cena. At the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, Owens defeated Cena in his debut match.

Over the next four years, The Prizefighter has won the Intercontinental Championship and the Universal Championship. He’s had some great feuds against the biggest and brightest superstars such as Dean Ambrose, Sami Zayn, Shane McMahon, and even the Le Champion himself Chris Jericho.

Owens is a unique type of character and WWE has tried really hard to figure him out and book him properly but it hasn’t worked out. It appears every time WWE builds Owens up they somehow find a way to knock him back down.

A great example of this is after HHH singlehandedly handed the Universal Championship to him, the whole focus was placed on Owens’ involvement with The Authority instead of his dominance. Unfortunately for The Prizefighter the entire angle was build to begin a four-year long story between Rollins and HHH.

I truly believe that HHH might actually be the only one that can make Owens a top star again. Right now, The Prizefighter is a babyface and I could easily see him immediately begin a feud with The Undisputed Era and challenge Adam Cole for the NXT Championship. Those matches would be insane and it would also elevate Owens once again in the main event title picture.

Another intriguing dynamic would be Owens vs. Balor except for this time “The Prince” is the heel. Owens returning to NXT could open up so many doors for his career, and The Prizefighter playing the antihero role would simply be amazing. If I had to put any money on the stars that could possibly cost their team and jump ship I would say, Rollins or Owens. What I do know for certain is that Survivor Series weekend is going to be so much fun but we still have NXT and Friday Night SmackDown to get through first!


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Bodeen’s Top 5 Moments: WWE RAW 3/1/21

Bodeen takes a look ath the Top 5 moments from an eventful episode of WWE Raw on the Road to WrestleMania!

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Bodeen takes a look ath the Top 5 moments from an eventful episode of WWE Raw on the Road to WrestleMania!

With just 6 short weeks left until WrestleMania, RAW once again came to us from the Thunderdome, with the main story on RAW this week being focused on the WWE Championship match between The Miz and Bobby Lashley. Despite this there were still some other moments on RAW that stood out, so without further ado let’s once again look at the top 5 moments that stood out on RAW.

5. Mustafa Ali pins Riddle

There is no denying that the booking of RETRIBUTION has been botched. While it was extremely interesting to watch Retribiution at first, Retribution soon died even after Mustafa Ali turned heel mainly due to terrible logical booking and a series of losses that made them all look weak.

However, it is still nice to see RETRIBUTION get wins back, especially when it comes to their leader, Mustafa Ali. Ali is extremely talented and has shown he can perform with the best in the ring. That is why it was so great to see him beat Riddle on RAW.

While the match between the two men was nothing special and had a bad-looking finish, it was still nice to see him beat the United States Champion in a non-title match and give RETRIBUTION and himself a small amount of credit back.

4. Miz makes Bobby Lashley wait

Over the years The Miz has grown to be one of the best heels in the business, his promos are amazing to watch and over the years Miz has learned to control any crowd as a heel. Miz’s promos though are not the only thing that has helped him as a heel, as we have seen Miz over the years use brilliant strategies to give himself an advantage in the ring.

Miz would once again use his mind this week on RAW as he used excuse after excuse throughout the night to avoid defending the WWE Championship against Bobby Lashley until eventually, Shane McMahon forced him to defend or vacate the title at the end of the night.

The great part about watching this was seeing the reaction from MVP and Bobby Lashley as they grew increasingly frustrated with The Miz and his ideas as their annoyance at the start of the night turned into a pure rage after Miz retained after being counted out.

3. Damian Priest gets another win 

At first, I was somewhat worried about Damian Priest being teamed up with Bad Bunny, mainly due to the fact it feels Priest deserved more. However, after a few weeks and seeing how much merchandise Bad Bunny has been selling, the relationship between the two men can be effective for Priest especially as Bad Bunny guarantees Priest time on RAW, where he can impress fans.

Priest would once again look good on RAW this week as he pinned Elias in a solid match between the two men. It was also nice to see Priest beat Elias without any major interference from Bad Bunny, as Priest has arguably looked somewhat weaker due to the distractions from Bad Bunny in his matches.

With there being a good chance that Bad Bunny will be on WrestleMania with Preist, it will be interesting to see what will happen to Priest after WrestleMania

2.  Drew Mcintyre and Sheamus destroy each other

While this may not off been on a Pay-Per-View, Drew McIntyre and Sheamus put on an amazing match between each other and easily put on the best match of the night. The match showcased the brutal style of the two men as they traded moves with both men working extremely well together.

The match would start with an intense brawl between the two men as they gave each other a beating. After a brutal match where both men push each other to their limit, Drew McIntyre would catch Sheamus with a Claymore after Sheamus attempted a Brouge kick to win the match.

After the match, both men stared at each other potentially meaning that this is not the end of their feud as he approach Fastlane.

1. Bobby Lashley finally wins the gold 

It is hard to believe how much Bobby Lashley’s career has changed in a year. This time last year, Bobby was stuck in a never-ending feud with Lana and Rusev which had lost all credibility. Then Bobby Lashley left Lana for MVP and started The Hurt Business, where he became a dominant part of the mid-card as the United States Champion.

Even after being a dominant mid-carder for so long Lashley still hadn’t reached that next level however Bobby would finally break through the glass ceiling this week on RAW after he waited for three hours to dominate The Miz to finally become WWE Champion after what has felt like an eternity.

With Bobby now Champion the big question is, will Lashley be Champion by WrestleMania and if so, who will Lashley face?

These were my top 5 moments from RAW this week. What were your top 5 moments and what do you think of Bobby Lashley being WWE Champion? Let us know in the comments below. 


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Andrew’s Top 5 Matches: Week Ending 2/28/2021

A weird week of matches and shows! Let’s see what made the Top 5!

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This is one of the more tame weeks. New Japan had a few big events, but let’s just say it wasn’t their best work. Then we get the announcement of combining the Intercontinental and Heavyweight to become a “world heavyweight” title, so yeah, New Japan is weird right now.

Speaking of weird, AEW Dynamite: Riho vs Serena Deeb, won the match vote last week.

This will be the voting week to round out February, and we should start March off strong with what’s coming next week!

Quick Top 5:

  1. NJPW Castle Attack 2.27: Jay White vs Tomohiro Ishii
    Rating: ****
  2. NJPW Castle Attack 2.28: IWGP Intercontinental Championship: Tetsuya Naito vs Kota Ibushi (c)
    Rating: *** ¾
  3. AEW Dynamite: Lance Archer vs Rey Fenix
    Rating: *** ¾
  4. NJPW Castle Attack 2.28: IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship: BUSHI vs El Desperado vs El Phantasmo
    Rating: *** ¾
  5. AEW Dynamite: Hangman Page vs Isaiah Kassidy
    Rating: *** ½

 

Honorable Mentions:

  • NJPW Castle Attack 2.27: Kazuchika Okada vs EVIL w/Dick Togo
    Rating: *** ¼
  • NJPW Strong: IWGP United States Championship: Jon Moxley (c) vs KENTA
    Rating: *** ¼
  • IMPACT!: Chris Bey, Ace Austin & Black Taurus vs Josh Alexander, Trey Miguel & Willie Mack
    Rating: *** ¼
  • NJPW Castle Attack 2.28: TenCozy (Satoshi Kojima & Hiroyoshi Tenzan) vs The United Empire (Jeff Cobb & Will Ospreay)
    Rating: *** ¼
  • NXT: Zoey Stark vs Io Shirai
    Rating: *** ¼
  • NJPW Castle Attack 2.28: NEVER Openweight Championship: Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs The Great O-Khan
    Rating: *** ¼
  • WWE Raw: Bobby Lashley vs Braun Strowman
    Rating: ***
  • NXT: No DQ: Santos Escobar vs Karrion Kross
    Rating: ***
  • IMPACT!: TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Moose vs Jake Something
    Rating: ***
  • WWE Raw: Angel Garza vs Damian Priest
    Rating: ***

5. AEW Dynamite: Hangman Page vs Isaiah Kassidy

From Mitchell’s Coverage:

Kassidy runs, but Hangman follows! Kassidy leaps, into a DEATH VALLEY DRIVER! Both men are down and fans are fired up! The standing count begins, the fans rally up, and both men stand at 3. Hangman runs in at Kassidy to corner clothesline him! Hangman snapmares Kassidy, runs and SLIDING- NO! Kassidy dodges, mule kicks and CHOPS! Kassidy reels Hangman in but Hangman suplexes to BRAIN BUSTER! Cover, TWO!!! Kassidy lives and “This is Awesome!” Hangman and Kassidy slowly stir. Hangman aims from a corner, runs at Kassidy, but Kassidy blocks the boot to BOOT back! And enziguri, to a POISON-RANA! Cover, TWO!?!

But Kassidy has the arm for an ARMBAR! Hangman endures as Kassidy pulls back! Hangman sits up, and gets the ropebreak! Kassidy lets go at the ref’s count of 4, and Hangman drags himself away. Kassidy gets up, runs over, but Hangman FLIPS him out to the apron! Kassidy grabs at Hangman’s arm but Hangman BOOTS him from below! Hangman runs to triangle LAR- HOT SHOT!! Kassidy counters Hangman at the right time, slithers back up to the apron, and springboards, but no Destroyer! Hangman gives him the DEADEYE! Cover, Hangman wins!!

Winner: Hangman via Deadeye

 

2t. NJPW Castle Attack 2.28: IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship: BUSHI vs El Desperado vs El Phantasmo

From My Results:

Early on this was a little paint by numbers. Counters, a few signature spots to get early advantages, but the match didn’t pick up until ELP tried to take out Desperado. ELP and Despy fight up the ramp, ELP rips the mask to expose Despy’s head and pulls out the Jerry Lynn special, Cradle Piledriver right into the ramp!

ELP takes the ripped mask as a trophy, and we see a singles match between BUSHI and ELP for a good bit of time. BUSHI proves to be as stubborn as other Tetsuya’s in LIJ, and takes it to ELP fairly well. BUT – that’s not the story here. Desperado starts slowly making his way back to the ring with a new mask. Desperado comes in and goes on a warpath after ELP. Stiff looking strikes, dives that take out both of his opponents, and just an unbridled rage that makes him focus on ELP.

This of course allows for BUSHI to pick some solid spots, and after Despy returns the match really picks up. It’s also great to ELP’s heel tendencies where he takes moves from higher profile people just to turn the knife. Styles Clash, V-Trigger, an attempted One Winged Angel, Sweet Chin Music, the Undertaker arm fold pin cover, and it’s just good entertainment.

BUSHI has a great count break up where he just grabs Marty Asami’s arm to prevent the 3. BUSHI sets up for MX, but he gets caught with Sudden Death…and rolls out of the ring. So ELP has to go back to a now slowly coming back up Desperado, ELP charges, gets caught with a big right hand and not 1 but 2 Pinche Locos!

Winner: Despy via Pinche Loco

 

2t. AEW Dynamite: Lance Archer vs Rey Fenix

From Mitchell’s Coverage:

Fenix goes to a corner while Archer is in the drop zone. Fenix hops up and MOONSAULTS, but Archer moves, so Fenix somersaults through! ROLLING CUTTER!! Cover, TWO!! Archer survives again and Fenix can’t believe it! Fenix hauls Archer up, Archer whips him away and runs in to ROCK him with a right! Archer puts Fenix up top, hooks legs and brings Fenix out, FISHERMAN BUSTER! Cover, TWO!! Fenix survives again but Archer drags him back up! Archer goes up the corner, drags Fenix up to join him, but Fenix fights the choke grip to adjust! Archer body shots, Fenix rebounds, SUPER SPANISH FLY!! Cover, TWO!?!? How are either of these guys doing this?!

Fenix fireman’s carries, Archer pulls the mask! Fans boo, Fenix SUPERKICKS, mule kicks, forearms and CHOPS! Fenix fires up, runs, but gets DERAILED!! Both men are down but Archer fires up! Archer drags Fenix up and reel shim in, for a BUCKLE BOMB! Choke grip, CHOKE SLAM!! Cover, TWO?!?! Archer drags Fenix to a corner, hauls him up, CHOPS and inverted crucifix lifts, for the BLACKOUT BOMB!!! Cover, Archer wins!!!

Winner: Archer via Blackout

 

2t. NJPW Castle Attack 2.28: IWGP Intercontinental Championship: Tetsuya Naito vs Kota Ibushi (c)

From My Results:

Naito focused on mat wrestling in the beginning, and it was all in effort to get to Ibushi’s knees to bring the match to parity. With Naito having well documented bad knees (including miss time during the Road to), Naito had to work to make things more even.

We see a lot of old threads get pulled on, the corner spot could reference to Naito and Omega’s G1 match, the Outside In German Suplex was something Ibushi struggled to execute before on Naito. Naito pulled out an Avalanche Diamond Dust that we don’t often see, and this was somewhat interesting. New Japan continues to implore that main events are 25+ minute matches, and lately these all drag.

Even with the fun story aspects, a few big scary spots as we’ve come to expect, the match never ascended to a great height. Naito hit Valentia and a few running Destinos, but that wasn’t enough to take out the champion. Ibushi hit Kamigoye to the back of the head, much like as Wrestle Kingdom, then we got 2 more Kamigoyes and Ibushi just falling on top of Naito for the pinfall victory!

Winner: Ibushi via Kamigoye

 

1. NJPW Castle Attack 2.27: Jay White vs Tomohiro Ishii

From My Results:

Ishii has had White’s number lately, and just added to the broken status of his mental health after the Wrestle Kingdom loss. Within the first minute or so, Jay looked to have tweaked his hamstring, and that added an interesting layer to his early attack. But much like the strategic genius that he is, he lays Ishii over the barricade, and Ishii starts selling a rib injury.

Everything in this match mattered, the leg and ribs came back to play into aspects of the finishing sequence. Ishii was slow transitioning between some of his power moves since he was hampered with the rib injury, and Jay got caught a bit more than usual because his quickness was taken away.

A huge Avalanche Brainbuster after a Jumping Headbutt nearly gave Ishii the win, but a slow cover as he wanted the high stack, kept Jay alive. They fight back and forth, then we get a great counter wrestling sequence to finish the match. Ishii slips suplexes and Blade Runners, Jay slips the Brainbuster and eats a strike. It was up, down, back and forth, just hard to call until Jay finally slips a hold and catches Ishii with Blade Runner for the win!

Winner: Jay via Blade Runner

 

Thoughts:

Definitely a weird week when I was not a fan of the New Japan shows, and I’m not AEW’s biggest fan…but I guess the top stuff is the top stuff. My vote will go to Jay White vs Tomohiro Ishii, purely because it was the only thing that really stood out during this weekend.

Personally, I hope New Japan figures it out and starts getting interesting; because I’m really going to need to consider other promotions if New Japan stays stale – you know, just to spice things up. Ugh…weird week, but yeah the White vs Ishii match is worth watching.


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