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Mitchell’s WWE Backstage Report! (2/11/20)

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WWE Backstage 2020

WWE Backstage, bow to your Queen!

WOO~! Charlotte Flair joins WWE Backstage to speak on winning the Women’s Rumble, and the possibility of challenging for the NXT Women’s Championship!

 

CM Punk returns to WWE Backstage!

The Voice of the Voiceless is once again alongside Renee Young, Booker T and Paige. Booker is especially pumped because the XFL Houston Roughnecks won as the 2020 XFL season began! But they beat Renee’s team in the LA Wildcats. CM Punk is upset the XFL doesn’t have a team out of Chicago, yet. But he’s been just fine cheering the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks, “the best hockey team in the world.” Oh, and it’s the Road to WrestleMania! As for Paige, she realized she’s not in the intro graphics, and that is not cool. Booker is in it, of course! Who did he pay? No one, it’s his HoF rings that got him in.

But moving on, the WWE had a busy week, but in case you missed any of it…

Just the Highlights!

For SmackDown: The Yes Movement might be more like the American Dragon at this point; Baron Corbin wants #OneMoreMatch, and Roman Reigns says it’ll be in a Steel Cage; Carmella is FABULOUS as she is once again #1 contender to the SmackDown Women’s Championship; the answer to “Who’s next?!” is THE FIEND at WWE Super Showdown!

For Raw: Rhea Ripley wants an answer from Charlotte Flair, but The Queen is playing coy; The Viper still didn’t explain his actions, but he did decimate another living legend in Matt Hardy; and in the blink of an eye, the Monday Night Messiah saved his disciple and allowed Murphy to take the win in the 8 Man main event! But perhaps the biggest moment of all was Shayna Baszler attacking Becky Lynch and taking a big, bloody bite out of her!

The Backstage panel discusses The Man and the Queen of Spades.

Another incredible Becky VS Asuka, but what about Shayna’s shocking attack? Booker knows Shayna is a real-life badass, but this gave him flashbacks to Gangrel and The Brood. Was it meant to be like that? Paige as the Glampire, she got Mike Tyson vibes or something. This might be a one-time thing to make an impact, to show Shayna is savage. It was definitely strange, but it got a lot of buzz. Punk says there’s no such thing as bad publicity, but a badass like Baszler shouldn’t need even this. Is it at least a good way to get non-NXT viewers to watch Shayna? To Punk, the legitimate background is enough. Shayna is the villain, so maybe if she needs something to beat the Face, this can be that.

Booker relates that Mankind had Socko and the Mandible Claw, so this could be Shayna’s trick up her sleeve. But Renee says the interesting element is that we’re seeing more and more of the WrestleMania 36 picture come into focus, especially in the Women’s Division. We’re just 54 days away, after all. Paige likes that it is new women being showcased, and new match-ups. Rhea VS Charlotte, Shayna VS Becky, Carmella VS Bayley, we’re finally breaking free from focusing on the WWE/NXT Four Horsewomen.

Punk adds that there are still shows in between, which he doesn’t like. One too many PPV’s, as far as he’s concerned. Everyone should just focus on WrestleMania, so at least with Shayna showing up on Raw, we’re getting one title match well-defined.

The Backstage panel discusses the promo showdown of Orton and Hardy.

The Viper claimed what he did hurt him more than it did Edge, but V1 demanded to know, “What in the Hell is wrong with you!?” Punk sees this segment and doesn’t want to say anything good about Orton. But when Orton is motivated, is there anyone better? Booker agrees, “He’s my guy.” Punk continues to say that fans take their eyes off the ball and get complacent, but when Orton can sink his teeth into a story, there’s no one better right now. Orton was born into the business, knows how to talk and wrestle, and just “gets it.” Punk wants to see where this goes next.

Paige is super excited because Orton is the best. Everything Orton does is spot on. And Edge coming back gave Paige so much hope for her own situation, so it worked out perfectly for Orton to crush that feeling! The chills and the real emotion, that was good stuff. But then with Hardy taking the Con-Chair-To and tweeting his “good-bye,” is this the end of Hardy? Everyone wants to know that! Booker says it wasn’t even about Hardy, despite the tweet. Booker wants to know if Hardy is broken, and Punk is pretty sure that chair shot had to have done it. But WrestleMania season is only getting bigger with this.

 

BREAKING NEWS!

John Cena returns to SmackDown on February 28, 2020, when SmackDown is in his hometown of Boston! What will the Face that Runs the Place have to say so close to WrestleMania?

 

Charlotte Flair joins the panel!

WWE Backstage applauds as The Queen struts her way to the ring. King Bookah helps her through and she takes her seat. “The busiest woman in sports entertainment,” as Renee puts it. Punk likes “busiest woman in wrasslin’.” But how did it feel for Charlotte to go back to Full Sail last week? Charlotte admits she was nervous. Just 300 people, yet it was more intimidating than 80 thousand. It was a more intimate venue, and it was a reminder of when Charlotte got started. NXT has changed so much. You even need a ticket for catering! Booker says that’s because there are just so many performers there now.

Renee asks what Charlotte thinks of superstars making the lateral move, going from Raw or SmackDown and back to NXT. Charlotte says that with Finn Balor, he was such an important part of NXT’s growth, it made so much sense. She is sure Finn will be able to motivate all the new men and women there to be better. There is no NXT as we know it without him. Booker asks if anyone else should get that come up, and Charlotte says Bianca Belair. Charlotte has been a fan of EST since day one. “You can’t teach the It Factor,” and Bianca has it. Bianca is amazing in the ring and on the mic, oozing confidence, and she basically just got there. Even Charlotte needed time to get there, so there are big things ahead for Bianca.

Paige teases that Paige herself had “It” from a very young, and Charlotte rolls her eyes with a laugh. Punk brings up those early days, and being nervous in front of just 300 people. How do you deal with the stress? Charlotte remembers putting on the same house show match for roughly four months in a row, and yet she’d always get nervous at gorilla. She would always worry about how to be The Queen and do the match, but then the music hits and the passion takes over. Being nervous even after all this time is a sign that she still has that passion.

So no nervous exercises or anything like that? Maybe some joking or dancing around. Charlotte and Paige remember theirs. How did it go? Only Paige can demonstrate in her leather pants, but not in those heels. But moving on, Renee brings up the busy schedule, and Charlotte was on Fox Sports 1’s “The Herd” with Colin Cowherd! Let’s take a look! Footage plays of Charlotte telling Cowherd about her and Becky calling themselves “Thelma & Louise.” The roller coaster the two have been on together, both professionally and personally, The Queen needed The Man and the Man needed the Queen to make it this far.

Renee wants to know: Who is Thelma and who is Louise in that analogy? Charlotte says they never decided, so they’re both both. “It just works.” Well, wait, which one got Brad Pitt? Thelma & Louise Spoilers: “They both die! It doesn’t matter!” Well leave the ending out of the equation. Paige will let Charlotte figure it out later. Paige knows Charlotte has faced just about everyone, including Ronda Rousey who was new to pro-wrestling. What did Charlotte learn from Ronda? It isn’t so much what she learned as what she proved to herself.

It was Survivor Series, everyone wanted Ronda VS Becky, but Becky gets hurt in the most epic, career-defining moment, so someone else had to sub in. And Charlotte was given that match, but felt bad she was basically runner-up. Charlotte did still want Ronda, this match meant that much to her. Ronda was the face of UFC, Charlotte wants to be the face of the WWE. Charlotte went in asking herself, “How can I show everyone that I am a legitimate athlete?” That’s why facing Ronda was so great. Ronda trusted Charlotte and Charlotte came in with a plan, and that was a match that defined them both that year. Booker says that’s what it is to be a ring general, when you make your opponent look amazing at the same time.

Booker brings up the many “firsts” Charlotte has in her career already. At the end of the day, what is the pinnacle for The Queen? Charlotte doesn’t know yet. She knows that sounds bad, but she feels she can still improve. Look back at 2019 and the groove Charlotte got in. Charlotte never stops learning. There are wrestlers who end up content at the top, but Charlotte never wants to do that. Punk says the pinnacle would be giving back, such as Charlotte going back to NXT. Punk going to OVW, to FCW and then NXT, he wanted to help the new classes. Booker brings up Reality of Wrestling, but Punk says he was there already.

But to reference recent news, Punk brings up that Simone Johnson starts her training, and the one person she can relate to is Charlotte Flair. They’re both the daughters of living legends that need to come out of those legendary shadows. What would Charlotte’s advice to Simone be? “It’s not easy. A lot of people are going to think it’s easy, and in some ways, it is easier. Like, you grew up around the business, people know your dad, they know your family.” But Charlotte knows there also comes a lot of criticism and questions, like “Do I trust him? Do I trust her?” What is and isn’t favoritism? Should said legendary dad come to the shows? “It’s a lot, and you just have to block out the noise and stay true to you.”

That means working twice as hard and never taking anything for granted. Relationships, coaches, people knowing “Dad” and him being at gorilla, take none of it for granted while not showing weakness. Paige says Charlotte is doing amazing at that, and Renee agrees. Charlotte and Simone have the wealth of knowledge from their fathers, Ric and The Rock, as well as peers and other mentors. But Charlotte does want to add that in the beginning, she didn’t go to her dad that often. Simone needs to not get caught up in constant, “Hey, Dad?” mode. Yes, it is The Rock. But Simone needs to talk to Sara Del Rey or Norman Smiley or Terry Taylor first.

“For just a second, I had to leave Dad out of it.” Charlotte says Ric is biased. Have you ever talked to him? Everyone pretends not to believe that. Charlotte says she could’ve fallen on her face and Ric would say, “That was amazing!” Booker knows some of that. Punk jokes that he agreed with going to Sara Del Rey, but not so much Terry Taylor. But Charlotte insists on talking to those who aren’t biased towards you. Renee says it’s about finding your own identity.

Oh wait! Someone on the WWE Backstage crew Photoshop’d Charlotte & Becky as Thelma & Louise! Becky is driving so she’s Thelma, but Charlotte says Becky should not be driving. Is she terrible? Renee remembers hearing the story that Charlotte is about to bring up. It is why Charlotte can no longer rent with National because of this story! Hurtz, Budget or Dollar, all thanks to Becky. The crew now presents Booker & Punk as Thelma & Louise! Booker is driving and Punk looks angry. But we’re not slowing down this joyride so stick around!

 

WWE and NASCAR combine!

Not only will Sheamus be in the pace car for the Daytona 500 for Sunday, but there is a long history of sports entertainment and fast cars working together. For starters, even the nWo thought they and WCW could take over NASCAR.

“With daring moves and large personalities, it’s no surprise that NASCAR and the WWE have intersected over the decades.” The track, in the ring, drivers and wrestlers hold their own. Flashback to the mid-90’s, and one of the hottest names in racing joined one of the baddest groups in wrestling. Kyle Petty and the nWo worked together as Petty’s car was adorned with nWo logos. But Jason Keller and the Macho Man won out in the end thanks to their Slim Jim team-up! Perhaps biggest of all has been Goldberg and his continued love of NASCAR, from the days when Chase Elliot was small enough to be hoisted onto the icon’s shoulder.

John Cena was at the Daytona 500, but Jamie Little didn’t see him. Charlotte Flair was there for the Coca Cola 600 in Charlotte. NASCAR is rowdy and the WWE is giant, but both are fast-paced, risky and full of both heroes and villains. Whether through walls or through tables, it is all about raising a title high while making it to the grandest stage in their sport.

 

Renee talks with Stephanie McMahon about WrestleMania 37 going Hollywood!

Stephanie is technically making her Backstage debut but we’d all love to see her on set. As of this recorded interview, Renee and Stephanie are “backstage” at the construction of SoFi Stadium. The stadium is to be both the future home of the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, but is also already set to host Super Bowl LVI in 2022, and the College Football Playoff National Championship game in 2023. But knowing that WM37 brings the WWE back to Hollywood, how cool is it to come back?

“It’s just unbelievable,” Stephanie says. Especially since it will be in the biggest stadium in the world. This stadium will have some of the most innovative elements, as well, such as a translucent roof. The WWE and all guests of SoFi Stadium will be able to project right on the ceiling! So with the WWE coming back 16 years after the first time, what is Stephanie’s favorite Mania LA moment? A scoop for Backstage, huh? Well, long time WWE fans will remember that right before WM21 aka the original WrestleMania Goes Hollywood, Vince McMahon tore both his quads at the Royal Rumble. Vince had Stephanie fill in, and superstars came to her pitching a new idea that they wanted for Mania, and thus the Money in the Bank ladder match was born.

Renee says Stephanie must’ve felt the pressure, but knows Stephanie thrives under pressure. Stephanie is sure everyone in the WWE does. Hopefully the next time Renee talks with Steph, it’s in the Fox Studio. Stephanie also hopes so, and that she’ll have more big news like MITB. Who knows what happens as the Road to WrestleMania becomes the Road Back to Hollywood.

 

WrestleMania thrives on moments!

It was 2017 and WrestleMania 30. The Yes Movement was at its peak as Daniel Bryan beat HHH to earn his way into the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match with Randy Orton and Batista. Backstage calls it the “Miracle on Bourbon Street” while others might simply stick to #YEStleMania, but either way, it was an incredible night for Bryan to defeat the three members of Evolution to win the title(s)! 54 days are left, what moments will we get out of WM36?

Speaking of moments, just last year with WM34, Kofi Kingston found himself on a very similar path to Bryan. It all started with an opening. Mustafa Ali could not compete in the WWE World Championship #1 Contender Elimination Chamber match, so The New Day was given a chance. The man they chose for the job was Kofi, who speaks on that very run. It was his opportunity to finally compete for a world title, but he would first go through the gauntlet! It was a marathon of dream matches for Kofi, from Bryan to Jeff Hardy to Samoa Joe to AJ Styles. The emotions were real because the journey was real. The fans were on the journey with Kofi, and #KofiMania was born.

The Backstage panel discusses KofiMania.

Booker laughs now but Renee knows he was emotional that night. Booker watched history be made with Kofi, but Paige doesn’t get why he’s still laughing. Is there some private joke between Book and Renee that she and Punk don’t know about? Punk seems to feel that, too. But Renee says they’ll be involved, with…

 

The Hot Tag!

The rapid-fire round returns, and we open with Bayley VS Carmella being set for this Friday! Paige, who do you think should win? Wait, no, sorry, Booker starts! Time’s wasting as Renee apologizes for the flub. Booker says that looking at Bayley, she’s had an awesome transformation but she is still finding herself. Carmella is consistent and ready, she is the female Miz! Punk and Paige laugh but Booker means that as in Mella is the Timex watch: she takes a lickin’ but keeps on tickin’. Renee loves the metaphors.

Speaking of The Miz, he and John Morrison brought back The Dirt Sheet while MVP brought back his VIP Lounge. Which talk show does Paige feel had the better return? The Dirt Sheet, hands down. She knows Booker disagrees but The Dirt Sheet’s comedy, the trailer parody, that is going to keep things unique. Plus, Miz’s dad! The WWE has money, give more of it to Miz & Morrison for more of this!

And lastly, Mick Foley gave a big nod to Aleister Black in a tweet, “I think Aleister is just one major feud away from making a big jump up the WWE ladder… But the right opponent is everything!” Punk, who do you think that right opponent is? Punk takes his time thinking, stroking his beard. If Mick thinks that, then it’s legit. Go for a midcard title, go for Andrade Almas! Zelina Vega being caught in the middle in real-life, but she’s building a stable, and a stable is tested by its opponents, so either way it is a win. Booker says Punk was stretching his time because he had “a buncha nothin’.” Punk says he just speaks in sound bites like good ol’ JR.

 

The WWE Women’s (R)Evolution is 5 years old!

To think not that long ago, the WWE Women’s Division was being treated as more of an afterthought than an equal part. But Backstage looks back at how things changed for the better.

February 23, 2015

Almost 5 years ago to the day on a Monday Night Raw in Nashville, it was The Bella Twins, Nikki & Brie, taking on Paige & Emma. All it took was one cheap shot to Paige and a facebuster to Emma, and the Bellas won in fast fashion. Fans were understandably livid, and a social media movement was born: #GiveDivasAChance. The movement spread like wildfire, and the WWE heard the fans!

July 12, 2015

Five months later, Stephanie McMahon was live on Raw to tell the WWE Universe that this revolution was beginning! “Courage can’t do it by itself,” so reinforcements from NXT were called in, or rather called up. Paige got Becky Lynch and Charlotte on her team, while Sasha Banks led a team of her own to take down the Diva’s Division and spark the flames.

April 3, 2016

Just over a year after the movement, Wrestlemania 32 was the site of a historic return: Divas no more, WWE had a Women’s Division again! And in an epic Triple Threat, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks battled, with The Queen becoming the first new WWE Women’s Champion!

September 11, 2016

WWE Backlash was a Fall PPV as Becky Lynch became the inaugural SmackDown Women’s Champion!

October 30, 2016

WWE Hell in a Cell was right before Halloween, but there was no tricks or treats as Sasha Banks and Charlotte Flair battled for the Raw Women’s Championship in the first-ever Women’s Hell in a Cell match!

June 18, 2017

WWE Money in the Bank gave us the first-ever Women’s MITB Ladder Match, and a FABULOUS first Ms. MITB!

January 28, 2018

WWE Royal Rumble gave us a second Royal Rumble match because it would host the first-ever 30 WOMAN Rumble match, won by the most dominant woman to come out of NXT in ASUKA!

February 25, 2018

Three years after the movement started, the WWE held its first Women’s Elimination Chamber match for the Raw Women’s Championship!

October 28, 2018

The first-ever all-women PPV event, WWE Evolution, was born! Raw, SmackDown and NXT all celebrated together as one!

April 7, 2019

Just last year, the biggest moment yet: WrestleMania 35 had women in THE main event! The #WinnerTakesAll Triple Threat of Rousey VS Flair VS Lynch, and The Man came around to become the first-ever DUAL Raw & SmackDown Women’s Champion!

 

It’s the WWE Backstage Main Event!

Renee sits with two former Women’s Champions in Charlotte and Paige, who were also there the very night the WWE Women’s (R)Evolution kicked off. But to think it’s been 5 years. That makes us all feel old. But for the night the hashtag started, Charlotte remembers watching at Full Sail, “School Session,” they were all rather confused. There was no longer an incentive to debut on Raw or SmackDown, until the hashtag made things change. Team PCB, the Submission Hold Sorority, were there any worse names they could’ve chosen? But it was a huge moment either way, to show women “cut from a different cloth” to be vindicated. AJ Lee fighting the Bella Twins and that brought Paige into this, what was that like?

Paige remembers that back then, with AJ Lee being the first real superstar to change the perception during the Diva Era. AJ Lee knows how to talk, probably the best ever, yet the WWE was still brushing women’s wrestling aside. NXT was much different, Paige and Emma being the first ever match at Full Sail. And the night in question, Paige, Emma and The Bellas all questioned being cut down to two minutes despite being the only women’s match scheduled that night! They took it upon themselves to only give 30 seconds as taking a stand, and Paige still gets chills thinking about how #GiveDivasAChance trended for three days straight!

Charlotte adds her part of the story, where it wasn’t that there wasn’t wrestling talent before AJ Lee, it was that WWE wasn’t giving the time and opportunity. Then #GiveDivasAChance happens, AJ Lee’s character versus the Bellas’ characters then Paige as the Anti-Diva, things started standing out. AJ Lee was sexy nerd girl and Paige was goth and the NXT women were different. Fans identified with the characters, not the lump sum of a group. The women made the most out of the opportunities they were finally given and it snowballed to what it is now. Is there that pressure every time? Paige says there was, given the fans supporting them and the wrestlers not wanting to disappoint.

But there were times when the women still had to take the hit. AJ Lee & Paige VS The Bella Twins for WrestleMania 32 was an example. The Raw before, they already sensed their Mania match would be a short one, so they put on a Mania level match for the go-home. Now with the NXT women, the Four Horsewomen and so on, they’ve stolen the show week after week. And in the end, the Bellas were already improving as wrestlers, but wrestling great wrestling women made them even better! Charlotte adds that fresh faces helps a lot. The call-ups were few, then in chunks, and so on. Charlotte still loves Ronda VS Nikki Bella, because you can see the before and after. The diversity and development go hand-in-hand. We can’t wait to see where things will be when the (R)Evolution hits 10 years!

 

Social Media SmackDown returns!

WWE Backstage wraps up, but if you come at The Queen, you best not miss! Joshua Josh 74407 tweets, “When has Charlotte not just gotten handed everything, last year she became a 10 time womens champion she didn’t deserve it. As much as I hate to admit I would’ve rather of had Lana win.” Punk jokes he agrees with that in part. But Charlotte wonders how upset this Josh will be when Charlotte becomes 16 time champion. “You booger eater!” Charlotte with the third grade insults! That’s what you get, Josh! But maybe she is handed everything. Don’t be jealous. Punk says haters are fans that just show it differently. Booker says haters gonna hate. Charlotte still loves her “fan,” but admits she’s bad at talking smack on the fly. They’re all going to need oxygen after this because they’re laughing so hard.

 


 

My Thoughts:

A really good episode from Backstage again, there’s nothing I can really say against this one. CM Punk being back is always good, and I didn’t disagree with anything he said. I am glad he was the one to say Almas VS Aleister needs to happen next. It was great to hear Charlotte’s advice to Simone Johnson as well as all the #GiveDivasAChance memories. I wish we got to hear more about Becky’s bad driving, but maybe it’s on tape in that one episode of WWE Ride Along.


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Mitchell’s Talking Smack Report! (4/17/21)

So much gold this Talking Smack!

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It’s a championship edition of Talking Smack!

The SmackDown Women’s, SmackDown Tag Team AND WWE Intercontinental Champions are all here for a post-WrESTleMania Talking Smack!

 

Kayla Braxton welcomes us back to the show!

The first episode since the electric two-night WrestleMania, and it will be very special! Gold was flying everywhere, switching hands, so this is a CHAMPION’S EDITION Talking Smack! In case you forgot, Kayla and Paul Heyman are here. But he just keeps staring rather than speaking. He should be in a great mood. He is in a fantastic mood! Well fantastic. We have a lot of champions here today, such as the SmackDown Tag Team Champions who retained their titles, Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode, the NEW SmackDown Women’s Champion in Bianca Belair, and the NEW Intercontinental Champion, Apollo Crews. Kayla wants Heyman to be nice, and he gets offended. He is a national treasure and a legend, yet she’s telling him how to behave.

She laughs at “national treasure,” he points it out, and he points out how she didn’t catch “legend.” But he asks her about the new WWE opening reel. Heyman spotted Freddie Blassie in there, who is dead. He spotted Hulk Hogan slamming Andre the Giant, who is dead. Why is Heyman not in there somewhere? He’s had iconic WWE moments. WrestleMania 30, The Streak is conquered, and Heyman does his shocked face. Why is that not on the thing? Must be a good reason. Why isn’t Roman Reigns pinning Edge AND Daniel Bryan in THE WrestleMania 37 main event, defending his Universal Championship, not on that opening reel? But Kayla wants to make this all about Heyman staring. Because it’s uncomfortable.

Well what he’s staring at is this hair in her nose. There’s no hair. Heyman will take a pic. She blocks him with a hand, he says she’s doing the “Talk to the Hand,” and she welcomes their first guests, the Dirty Dawgs!

Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode join Talking Smack!

Roode points out there’s something in Kayla’s nose. She doesn’t want them encouraging Heyman. Heyman congratulates the champions, Ziggler says they should be congratulated more. Kayla says she was going to, before Roode made that comment. She welcomes them to the show and congratulates them more. Ziggler says it has been a long time for some people, but they’re just here to say something real quick. The Street Profits kept saying it was “takeback season,” but now they can take their asses to the back of the line! Tell them where they’re going, Roode! To bed. Well, they went to bed, but they didn’t sleep. But until next week, they’re heading out. It’s been a pleasure!

Well alright… There’s certainly more to come out of their next guest. Heyman tells Kayla if she wants to go to the Dirty Dawgs’ after party, she can go. He carries this show anyway!

 

Bianca Belair joins Talking Smack!

We return with the EST, the NEW SmackDown Women’s Champion, and Kayla says she’s been on Talking Smack more than just about anyone else, but finally it is as a champion! Has it set in yet? It is still setting in. Being in that moment with Sasha Banks, where she got a bit emotional, then she got to celebrate with her family and husband, and then eventually watched the match back, and now getting side plates, it is setting in slowly with every step. It is still surreal but it is SO real! Her celebrating on SmackDown was great, but while she did tell Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins they wear gold in this house, she surely saw Ziggler & Roode still with the tag titles.

Bianca knows The Profits plan on getting those back, and they will get them back. Bianca showed respect to Sasha before and after winning, but how does she plan on elevating her title? Bianca will always respect Sasha because they made history together, and that was the one she wanted to face. But now that Bianca has the title, she’ll be a fighting champion to prove over and over she’s the EST and that she never doesn’t run from competition but craves it. She learned from Heyman the last time they talked, is that every week is your audition. Never stop, and she’ll never stop! Sasha can get her rematch right away to prove this was not a fluke but this was supposed to happen.

Kayla says Bianca is a champion, she has a target on her back, but there are more contenders than just Sasha. If Bianca could fantasy book, so to say, who would she face? Bianca heard Bayley talking, they can circle back to that. But Bianca has beaten Bayley, has beaten Sasha, and would love to pin the other two Four Horsewomen to prove she is the forefront of this new generation. That’s pretty tempting, huh? Kayla would love to let Bianca keep going but clearly Heyman is being very polite in waiting. It’s not just politeness, it’s respect and admiration. Heyman has nothing but respect and admiration for her.

Heyman says it isn’t just the opponents she has to beat. It is the expectations for herself she has to defeat. She has to rise above those, because now that she is champion, it is on her to carve out her own legacy. This could be the run that takes her to MITB, Backlash, SummerSlam and Survivor Series, or this could be a career that goes down in history that no one can ever deny! The greatest career, not just male or female, Black, White, Asian, Hispanic, or even human and Martian! This is a CHAMPION! But the problem is, again, now you are, as Kayla pointed out astutely and surprisingly, Bianca has a target on her back.

Sasha will not let go of her grudge. Bianca has everything Sasha’s life revolves around. Imagine what you’d do if someone took that from you. Just the mere thought brings up anger, but that is Sasha 24/7. And in Natalya, Tamina, Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Bayley and even those on Raw who might come over to SmackDown because Bianca was victorious in a WrestleMania main event. This is Bianca’s time. It could be a short time or for all time, but the EST should understand what she’s up against, and defy the odds. Have a better tomorrow than today and so on.

Heyman wants her to come back here every bit more the legend she is dESTined to be! She is already so far beyond than any rookie she’s seen, and it is an honor for him to sit next to her. She thanks him for that, Kayla thanks Bianca for her time, and Bianca takes her mic like a real champion! But there’s still one more champion left, after the break!

 

Apollo Crews and Commander Azeez join Talking Smack!

The NEW WWE Intercontinental Champion says it is a new day! He woke up champion because it isn’t a dream! Take a picture of this moment in time! Not Heyman, though. Apollo tells Azeez he can stand down so Heyman can get his picture. Big smiles! Heyman will make sure to post it online, so long as Azeez allows it. Apollo allows it, Heyman can put it on Instagram or Twitter, whatever the kids are using these days. Kayla says it is Champion’s Edition so they had to have Apollo here after winning the title at WrestleMania. Apollo’s had prior attempts against Big E, it didn’t work out then but it- Hey, why the negativity? This is a positive moment!

What does he have here? The Intercontinental Championship. He says they don’t need to worry about the past. What matters is what he has now. He is presently the Intercontinental Champion so we talk about that now, not before. Kayla is doing her due diligence but alright. She notes Commander Azeez is by Apollo’s side now, but what can he tell us about Azeez? Apollo makes it clear, the Nigerian Drum Fight had no rules, no disqualifications, and it is not Apollo’s fault Big E didn’t plan ahead. Azeez lets out a shout of salute and it startles Heyman a little. Azeez got kicked out of the Nigerian Elite Guard for not following the rules. But lucky for Azeez, Apollo hates rules and loves aggression! So Commander Azeez is here now, “SIR!” Heyman gets startled again.

Kayla starts to ask Apollo as the new Intercontinental Champion- Wait, say that again. The new Intercontinental Champion. Apollo smiles as she says that. So as such, what is next for Apollo? How does he plan to reign? First, he has to continue celebrating! Nigeria had many parades! Even the Nigerian President wants to meet Apollo! What’s next as champion? Anything! More challengers! It doesn’t matter who they are! Let us not get one thing wrong! Understand: Apollo doesn’t care who, he will fight them and defend this title with his life! Hear him! Kayla and Heyman hear him, and Heyman hears the congressional subcommittee going on with her.

Heyman now turns to talk with Apollo, and Heyman is nervous around Azeez. Heyman said this to Bianca about Sasha coming back for the title. So Big E is coming back for this title. Azeez gets mad, but Heyman says he doesn’t like Big E either. New Day, old day, yesterday, Heyman doesn’t like any day Big E is involved with. But Big E is a tough man with a legit gripe. Big E wants the title back. The question to Apollo will be a little different than his talk with Bianca: When Big E comes calling, what the hell is Apollo gonna do about it? Well they know each other, and many might not know but Heyman gave Apollo his first big opportunity, and Apollo won the US Championship on Raw. Heyman says the honor was all his.

But Apollo asks Heyman a question back. In fact, Apollo will ask Big E this, too. “Do I look like I am scared of you? If you think for one second, that I’m going to run away from you or that I’m scared of you, you are a FOOL!” Big E does not have what it takes to take what Apollo has. And don’t worry about Azeez. Azeez is only here to pull Apollo off Big E. At WrestleMania, they went to war, and Apollo took a part of Big E’s soul. Apollo fully intends on keeping it. Understand his words. And now to continue the celebration~! Azeez! SIR! Fire up the jet! They’re heading out! Kayla, Heyman, you go ahead and keep those pics, post them everywhere! See you around! Let’s go!

Heyman finally breathes easy and then scolds Kayla for pissing their guests off. Kayla is pretty sure it’s not her. There’s still more Talking Smack to come, after one more break!

 

Talking Smack returns and Kayla gives the floor to Heyman.

Heyman is still Special Counsel to the Universal Champion, so Kayla will let him talk. Heyman says he was thinking during the commercial, “how every single champion that came out here has to be envious of Roman Reigns. Because Roman Reigns was THE main event at WrestleMania for the fifth time. And if you think back to some of the greatest battles in WrestleMania history, some of the greatest moments in WrestleMania history, is there a moment now more iconic, is there a champion defense more definitive, is there a performance that is more dominant, than Roman Reigns taking former World Heavyweight Champion and Hall of Famer, Edge, dragging him on top of former WrestleMania main-eventer and multi-time World Heavyweight Champion, Daniel Bryan, stacking them, and pinning them both?”

Heyman asks if you’ve eve seen anything like that at the conclusion of a WrestleMania. We’re talking about a champion with no peers, no equals, and no precedent for someone this dominant in WWE! A superstar of superstars, way above everyone else. This isn’t just hyperbole Heyman gives us. He IS the End All Be All, the Sun of the WWE Universe. WWE is Roman Reigns, and that isn’t going to change any time soon. Think about the ENORMITY of the visual of the stacked pin! And do you really think that’ll change? That there’s someone man enough to change that? Look at what Roman does to everyone around him!

Did you ever think there was life after Lesnar for Heyman? Did you ever think Jey Uso could be the singles star main eventer Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner? This isn’t just the Era of Roman. This is something so great, head and shoulders above everybody else, you will tell your grandkids about this time in WWE. We are now in season TWO of Roman’s dominance. Season one’s finale was Roman stacking Edge and Bryan, and they will do everything they can to make season two better.

“Because the main event, 50-some-odd weeks from right now, of next year’s WrestleMania, will feature the greatest box office attraction in WWE history. The single most dominant sports entertainer you’ve ever seen in your life. The Reigns-ing, Defending, Undisputed, Uncontroverted, WWE Universal Heavyweight Champion, then, now and forever, including next year’s WrestleMania, Roman… Reigns. And I assure you, that’s not just a prediction. That… is a Tribal Chief guaranteed spoiler.” And with that, Talking Smack signs off.


My Thoughts:

A very good Talking Smack, and I actually like that Ziggler & Roode didn’t want to stick around long because they wanted to celebrate. But stuff like that is why Talking Smack should still be put on for Fridays, not Saturday mornings. Put it on right after SmackDown, let 205 Live be after this, and chances are, Peacock will still suck at uploading the episode to the on demand section like it did this morning. But at least no one would have to pretend, “Oh this is Saturday, so how do we kayfabe us being in the same outfits or just not having done anything since ‘last night’?” WWE still acts like the audience isn’t bright enough to see through that.

Bianca’s segment was good, though she herself always seems to have a hard time accepting that she’s accomplished so much for being so confident in herself. Heyman had great promos here and with Apollo, and Apollo had a great promo himself. I like how Apollo flipped the switch from deadly serious to very celebratory, that just fits so perfectly to me. And Heyman of course had a great promo in reference to the one champion that didn’t show up on Talking Smack, and he does make some good points. You hardly ever see a Triple Threat ending like that, where Roman called his shot the Friday before and did it just like that in the match, even if he did have help.

But I hope that at some point, someone points out that Heyman is calling Roman the “End All Be All,” but now Rollins is doing that, too. That needs to be part of the story that makes those two butt heads, and neither even has to turn. If there was ever a time WWE could do a Heel VS Heel and it’d be a smash hit, it’s Seth Drippin’ Rollins VS Tribal Chief Roman Reigns.


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Mitchell’s Raw Talk Report! (4/12/21)

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It’s Raw Talk, Fella!

After a massive Monday Night After Mania, the NEW Raw Women’s Champion and NEW WWE US Champion are here for some Raw Talk!

 

Kevin Patrick welcomes us back to the show!

A Monday full of surprises capped off WrestleMania’s two nights in Tampa! Kevin welcomes us into the NEW ThunderDome, and is honored to have us here watching. What a great weekend! But Kevin is without his wonderful cohost, Xavier Woods, who had a bad weekend but a good Raw, so let’s recap everything real quick. Drew McIntyre came back strong in a Triple Threat with Randy Orton and Braun Strowman! Orton hit his RKO but McIntyre hit his Claymore, BOOM! McIntyre, the Scottish Warrior, wins and is headed to #WrestleManiaBacklash, May 16th, for a chance at Bobby Lashley! But then Mace and T-Bar had their say with their double slam! This leaves so many questions for us as Raw has a shocking end!

Then, of course, the return of Bray Wyatt. But what’s going on? It’s all very creepy. Then Charlotte Flair returned a bit like a “petulant child,” complaining about missing WrestleMania, and then when the Raw Women’s Championship was on the line in a Mania rematch, Charlotte goes and spoils it all. Charlotte throws Asuka around, beats her down, then boots Rhea down! The Raw Women’s Champion hits the deck as Charlotte has a big impact. Rhea will be here to talk all about that, as well as the returning Viking Raiders, but first, the NEW WWE United States Champion!

Sheamus joins Raw Talk!

The Celtic Warrior is doing good, and he’s here “saving the day.” Hopefully Kevin understands that this is eating into Sheamus’ celebratory drinking time. Gotta make the most of it. Kevin congratulates Sheamus, and he’s US Champion again. The belt is a bit stubborn but they got it on camera. Kevin touches it, and the Irishmen are very proud for Sheamus. A hat-trick for Sheamy, he got this title back a third time. Kevin met Riddle in the elevator, and Riddle showed the busted lip. Both men were battered and bruised but the Bro complimented Sheamus. Sheamus takes us back to that Brogue Heard ‘Round the World, or even ‘Round the Universe!

Sheamus says Riddle should just stop talking all that nonsense. That was executed with perfection. McIntyre is #1 contender to the WWE World Champion with his knock-off, that Claymore, but there’s nothing like the original Brogue! Kevin says Sheamus is in such a great mood. And Sheamus wonders how Kevin Patrick ended up a man with two first names. Is that his real name? Yeah, it’s real. Wow, two first names. Kevin asks if Sheamus was starting to doubt himself, given it’s been five years without a title. Well there are times when you ask yourself, “Where’s this going?”

Sheamus hasn’t gotten an opportunity in awhile, at least not the world title, and he wondered when the next win would come. But you watch the Premier, y’know, football/soccer, NBC Sports, all that. When’s the next win? When’s the next meal? And then when that happens, it’s just plain sailing. Sky’s the limit for Sheamus, he’ll keep going and going. Nice Peacock plug, huh? But what was it like, to be honest, walking out to Raymond James Stadium, with fans finally in attendance? One year, one month and one day since the WWE Universe had been there for the shows.

Sheamus says it just goes to show that we missed them, they’re such a huge part of it. The fans are just a pivotal part and always have been. The superstars feed off the energy and excitement, the chants and all that. Sometimes they dictate how the match goes, but honestly, 25 thousand felt like 80 thousand. They were just as excited as everyone else was, and now after getting a test, maybe we get more as the world gets back to normal. Raw, SmackDown, etc. And they can watch the NEW United States Champion tear it up, knock people’s heads off, slapping them around the gaff.

Where’s Kevin from, again? Sheamus is from the hardest part of Dublin, better than the Southside where McGregor’s from. Kevin’s from the Northside. Maybe talk this over a pint. Sheamus would be if he didn’t have to do this. But who does he want next? Anyone! He’s been having banger after banger match, so anyone else who wants to have one, bring it on! Sheamus doesn’t care about pecking orders, just someone step up! He’ll make ya a bleeding legend! If you can last more than five minutes, you’re on his way. Is that an open challenge? Even the cameraman can try if he wants! Sheamus won’t pay the medical bills, though. The cameraman shakes the camera to signal, “No, thanks.” Sheamus says they don’t make them like they used to. But he and Kevin fist bump and Sheamus says they can catch up again later over a Guinness.

 

Xavier Woods joins Raw Talk!

The cohost is here! He had to shower off from the match he had! His back got beat up with backbreakers, but he and Kofi still won and so Woods had to rest up and get ready for Raw Talk! Kevin appreciates Woods, and Woods shows off his hair. But he wasn’t sure if he was cohosting because no one told him! But that happens sometimes, because anything can happen in the WWE! Kevin wants to say something first. It didn’t go New Day’s way against Styles & Omos, but can’t they talk about being at Mania with fans? The Power of Positivity! Woods has been wrestling for 17 years now, and has been part of the WWE and part of many WrestleManias. Being able to be at the event where fans were back for the first time in a year felt incredible!

When they all went out on stage for the National Anthem, just seeing people, hearing them, there is nothing like it. Woods is trying to learn bass guitar to get that back, but that energy is unmatched, and Woods cannot wait until things are back to jam-packed stadiums! Hugs, high-fives, and talking to friends! Speaking of, two friends of Woods’ are here. It’s THE VIKING RAIDERS!

Erik & Ivar join Raw Talk!

Woods says we needed their theme back so badly. How are they feeling? How’s the body? Ivar’s neck is good, if that’s what you mean. But he is feeling really good. They had a great return match, so how does it feel to be back after months apart? Seven months is a long time, and an eternity when you’re hurt. Erik says it was really crazy. They spent seven YEARS as a team. Some might not know, 2014, Erik’s motorcycle accident should’ve killed him but somehow he survived. His arm was repaired, he had pins and screws, but he came back after six months and they took over the world and now WWE. Then they run hard, Ivar got hurt, out for another seven months.

They’ve done this before, they know how to do this, but it just feels so good to be back! And given it’s Raw After Mania, it is a reset and they can step up. What can we expect from the Vikings now? Well, they showed and reminded some people. Woods, Ivar is pretty sure the tag division was reminded. Woods is excited for them. Seven months was a long time, so now the Vikings have something to prove. Woods says being in the tag division, we have a division that can be splintered, but the Vikings are a real team. The New Day talks about it a lot. They weren’t just thrown together to get some nice wins. They are a real team, brothers in arms! They love and care about each other, just like the Vikings.

That feeling of being out there with your partner, winning and having momentum, what do they want now that they’re back? Before going there, Erik wants to take a step back. Erik tells his wife, Sarah Logan, that they joke about Ivar being his work-wife because he’s the one he sees more than anyone else second to her. Ivar is also very handsome. But without Ivar, and New Day knows what it was like when they were separated, they expect to see that person, and then they remember they’re not here. It’s like you’re in a familiar setting but without the familiar people. It’s the deep end of the pool and not knowing how to swim out. But now that they’re reunited, they have a huge chip on their shoulder.

They were watching what was happening. This is the second WrestleMania they were just watching. Erik doesn’t want to be on the sidelines. He wants to have the ball and score with it! He wants to be in the action! Winning, losing, doesn’t matter, he’s never lost the fight. That’s a T-shirt right there. Erik would rather be out there fighting and losing than sitting in catering, watching others in front of 40 thousand. They were on stage for America the Beautiful, not the National Anthem, but they didn’t want to correct Woods. But they were all out there. New Day ran past them full of energy, and the Vikings felt that. Goosebumps just thinking about it. But they didn’t get to do what they do.

So what threat are Styles & Omos in for? Well they’re like any other team. The Vikings don’t do anything special. They have the winning formula by being who they are, and they will run right through everyone! No offense to New Day, but it’s what they do. They don’t change. Ivar wants to throw back to Woods bringing up them being a team. There are great similarities between New Day and Vikings, same story but told a little different. The New Day came together as a unit and fought to get what they got. The Vikings did it, too, just outside of WWE. In Mexico, in Japan, in Europe, and make a name for themselves to be noticed, then go through NXT to get to Raw.

It is exciting to be a team. They’re not here without each other, same as the New Day. It is exciting to be here with another true team, and to know that New Day’s team and the Vikings’ team might meet. Woods can’t wait. Gentlemanly handshake, and Kevin says it’s great to have them back. A round of applause as the Vikings head out!

 

Rhea Ripley joins Raw Talk!

The NEW Raw Women’s Champion has made history already, and Woods rocks out to her theme song. A big congratulations for her WrestleMania win against Asuka! Woods says he was losing his mind from excitement. They had her on Raw Talk before, she was very focused and intense. Seeing her on that stage, against Asuka, winning against 25 thousand, any insight into how that felt? It was incredible. Being on stage, on night one to hear the performances, it brought a tear to her eye. It was a special moment. And then fighting on night two, being with the band that sings her theme song, that’s a dream come true. It was electrifying to say the least.

Rhea’s still buzzing. She hasn’t been able to talk to her family yet but she hopes to get their thoughts and feelings because it’ll pump her back up. Woods can only imagine they’re just as fired up. The entrance, that was awesome. Rhea battled her way through NXT to get to Raw, and now only does she have a shot at the title, she has the band that does her music! Does it feel different? Definitely! The song sounded different but New Year’s Day is a band she’s listened to for years. They were so humble and being there with them is a highlight of her life. Super rad, super cool, and winning the title was amazing.

Rhea took her opportunity, challenged Asuka and Asuka accepted. They went to Mania, Rhea took the fight to Asuka and now the title is hers. It won’t go anywhere any time soon, either. Kevin asks Woods what the most impressive thing was. It was how Rhea kept focus and kept cool. There wasn’t a time where Rhea was shook, and everyone’s first Mania, the nerves can get to you. She was cool as ice. Rhea says she was lucky, she got her emotions out on night one and was ready for night two. She could compose herself and keep it together. Now, let’s talk Raw tonight. Charlotte was a bit of a brat, but we’ll talk her going after Rhea after the break.

Raw Talk returns and Kevin reintroduces Rhea. There was a WrestleMania rematch with Asuka, but Charlotte had to return and attack her. Was that disrespectful? Of course it was. Charlotte wants to come out and run her mouth? Really? And then act like Rhea won’t do anything about it? Then you go and ruin the rematch? Really, Charlotte? Charlotte’s so mad that Rhea took her opportunity, planned her strategy, and did just what Charlotte would’ve done! Charlotte wants to put Rhea down in all these different ways. But the thing is, she’s just jealous. She’s jealous of Rhea Ripley because Rhea Ripley is the up-and-comer, which Charlotte doesn’t like. Charlotte doesn’t want to be second to someone, and is scared that she’s getting old and will be replaced. That’s why she went and ruined the match.

Rhea is sick and tired of Charlotte. Charlotte can run her mouth, attack from behind, but in the end, Rhea is the Raw Women’s Champion and is here to stay! She might be new, she might not be as experienced, but she loves this business! She has trained for this moment her entire life! Charlotte doesn’t get to put Rhea down. Not anymore! Rhea is sick and tired of Charlotte, and is done with Raw Talk now. She’s sick and tired of talking about Charlotte, and storms off set. Well, thank you for your time, Rhea…

Rhea does have a point about Charlotte, though, calling Rhea the snake but attacking out of nowhere. Woods breaks it down: we’ve seen Charlotte jump into situations to make people respect her. Charlotte must feel disrespected, because she loves the spotlight and believes it should be all on her. Seeing how Charlotte has been since NXT, this all makes sense to Charlotte. But then we have Rhea, who has been doing so much to get where she is, that makes her a target for Charlotte. Rhea is the one that Charlotte sees a lot of herself in and that might be terrifying. That leads to one thing: Charlotte going after Rhea. This is the smart game, really. And saying Charlotte’s too old? Whoa.

But truly a big week for the Women’s (R)Evolution! New champions from Raquel Gonzalez in NXT to Bianca Belair SmackDown to Rhea on Raw, all great stuff! And on behalf of the legend that is Woods, Kevin signs off for Raw Talk!


My Thoughts:

A very fun Raw Talk After Mania, and I like that it was recorded live enough that Woods wasn’t even there for the first segment because he wasn’t done refreshing after his match. Sheamus and Kevin had a good segment together as one Irishman to another, and I do hope that Sheamus brings back the Open Challenge like John Cena. That would get ratings up as they are desperately in need of, and can be a great way to perhaps get Keith Lee back on TV. The Viking Raiders had a really good segment, relating their story to the fans who may not have known it. War Machine to War Raiders to Viking Experience to Viking Raiders, this team being back is great for Raw and its tag division, and I would love to see these guys face New Day and Styles-Omos.

Rhea Ripley was a great double segment, technically speaking. The first part relating the joy of WrestleMania and how awesome that moment was for her, and then the sudden shift when they brought up Charlotte, it was a bit sudden, but Rhea shows she can have range. She can be someone we relate to because she’s still a normal person, but then she can have the fire and the anger to match a veteran like Charlotte. There’s a reason Rhea was inaugural NXT UK Women’s Champion, then got to dethrone Shayna Baszler to be prime NXT Women’s Champion, and has dethroned Asuka now to also get into a feud with her and Charlotte.


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