WWE Raw Results

Seth Rollins defeated Rob Van Dam via pinfall. Rollins hit RVD with the Curb Stomp to get the win. The Wyatt Family (Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan and Luke Harper) defeated Sheamus and The Uso Brothers (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso) in a six man tag team match via pinfall. The Funkadactyls (Cameron and Naomi) defeated Nikki Bella in a handicap match via pinfall. More »

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Big E defeated Cesaro via count out. Sheamus defeated Alberto Del Rio for WWE United States Title. Sheamus is still our WWE United States Champion. Bo Dallas defeated Diego. Chris Jericho addressed the WWE Univers More »

 

REQUESTING FLYBY: Tables, Ladder, Chairs (and Stairs) 2014 Review

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Well, that’s 2014’s year in pay-per-views in the books, and one of the greatest in-ring years in WWE history comes to close with what I thought was a very decent show, despite a lot of negativity from some on Twitter. Well, it won’t be the first time that I’m the voice of positivity around here, I suppose, though there was some dodgy stuff to go alongside the exceptional, I have to confess. Right, let’s get down to business!

Dolph Ziggler defeated Luke Harper in a ladder match in 16:40 to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship

This was an ideal choice of curtain jerker, I felt, and these two men did their level best to completely steal the show, as expected. There was a huge pop for hometown boy, but Harper started very strong with impressive physicality, allowing Ziggler to bump like a maniac in entertaining style. The fluidity of the spots was a marvel to watch, with the speed of Dolph and the strength of Harper making for a compelling mix, as witnessed by The Show Off running right into a sick black hole slam and by Harper’s suicide dive through the ropes right into a ladder. The attempts to climb the ladder were well timed and psychologically sound, and a variety of falls and dramatic near misses really enhanced the overall presentation of the bout. It really got almost ECW brutal at times, particularly when Harper caught his challenger in fameasser attempt, powerbombed him onto a ladder, then hit a ladder assisted slingshot that busted Dolph wide open the hard way. As doctors saw to him, Ziggler realised the Wyatt Family alumni was almost at the title, made the save and countered a powerbomb attempt by hitting a DDT off the ladder. Luke was first up and although Ziggles ate some ladder shots, he came back with a well timed superkick into the ladder which knocked the kayfabe hick down. The Show Off really started to turn it on, leaping over Harper using a ladder as a bridge, but Harper’s defense was equal to the challenge yet again. However, the kayfabe persistence of Ziggler saw him over the line in the end, as Luke was superkicked off the ladder and Dolph made the climb successfully. Looking at it, Ziggler is probably safest in this role until the madness of Wrestlemania season is over. From here, I’d like a Rumble ironman performance and a couple of high profile title defences for The Show Off in the months to come. Certainly, his push shows no signs of abating. Ziggler has worked hard to overcome his previous burial and now has gotten over the old fashioned way all over again. Harper is a star too, and played his role to perfection. A great start to the evening.

FLYBY RATING: ****

The Usos defeated The Miz and Damien Mizdow by DQ, in 7:17 (The Miz and Damien Mizdow retain the WWE Tag Team Championships)

For the life of me I just cannot understand why anyone enjoys this Mizdow stuff. It’s absolute crap. Zack Ryder for 2014, and that might be being kind. We had some Uso chain wrestling to begin, with Sandow ridiculously mimicking every move as he has done since the Sheamus/Miz match at Hell In A Cell,, but standing up now and again to get a pop. It was excruciating stuff, with the story being that Miz refuses to tag Mizdow in because he’s popular with the crowd. Some decent tag team manoeuvres from the brothers were entertaining enough to watch, but the clownish Sandow behaviour was such a distraction that I just couldn’t enjoy it, particularly when a clothesline over the top led to Mizdow throwing himself out of the ring with JBL desperately trying to sell it as method acting. The ultimate DQ when Miz used a Slammy as a weapon really was a sweet release. Terrible stuff that completely buries the proud history of the tag team titles. I don’t care how much crowds are into it. I just want it to go away as soon as possible.

FLYBY RATING: ½*

The Big Show defeated Erick Rowan in a steel stairs match in 11:14

The first ever steel stairs match was pretty much as I imagined it would be; a physical, methodical brawl with the odd cool high spot. The giant began the match manhandling the Wyatt alum into the stairs and then into the ring, but got his bell rung by Rowan with the stairs on the outside; the madman then set up a whole wall of steel stairs outside the ring, which was certainly one of those things in the match that didn’t make much psychological sense; wouldn’t you want to stay on top of someone as dangerous in kayfabe as Show? In this instance, the gimmick can become a distraction. Rowan was punished on the steps propped on the turnbuckles, Rowan slammed the World’s Largest Athlete into the stairs, and Rowan missed a shot off the second rope with the steps. We were certainly left in no doubt as to what kind of stip match it was! A spear through the wall of steel steps was impressive to see, and back in the ring, a choke slam on the stairs lef to Rowan being pinned down with more steps for the three. Decent enough big man match, and certainly not worthy of the hate I saw it receive on Twitter, but a surprising result given the relative positions of the two guys in their careers.

FLYBY RATING: **¼

John Cena defeated Seth Rollins in a tables match in 21:25 (Cena retains the number one contendership to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship)

An excellent hype package preceded this one and an excellent, convincing stare down really showed how far Rollins has come in terms of profile. Cena started fast but a J and J Security distraction slowed his momentum, foreshadowing the huge role they would play in the bout, and as Cena went to get a table, he kept his eyes locked on Mercury and Noble, allowing Seth to get the Pearl Harbor job, as Gorilla Monsoon would have said. The Stooges were a constant thorn in The Franchise Player’s side, moving tables, causing diversions and even going for a three on one mugging. The Shield style triple powerbomb was fought out of and led to a concerted and psychologically sound effort from Cena to take out Rollins’ henchman, using the ring barrier to knock down all three heels like ninepins. Noble was superplexed onto the fence and the theme of the timekeeper’s area being busy continued as Mercury went over the barrier into that area, taking him out of the equation for a time too. With it now being a legitimate one on one contest, Cena blocked an attempted suplex through tables on the outside by suplexing Rollins into the ring, where the two men threw bombs until a huge backdrop of Rollins over the top seemed to finally but John Boy on top. However, when Cena pursued, Seth came up with the briefcase and then proceeded to wear his opponent out with it. The Architect really understands how to work as a heel and gets better and better each time he wrestles. Mazza and I were saying on Twitter that he is being booked better than any heel up and comer since Triple H in 1999. Of course, the guy also brings it from a workrate point of view, and one breathless sequence where Rollins blocked an AA, leapfrogged Cena and a table in one smooth movement and seamlessly hit a picture perfect dropkick was something you just had to applaud. The finishing sequence was screwy as you like, with more than a tinge of the Attitude Era, as a ref bump led to Cena’s AA of Rollins through the table going unnoticed, particularly as Mercury and Noble then attacked a vulnerable Cena and hid the evidence. Great stuff. Yet another triple powerbomb attempt led to Cena muscling up both cruiserweights for a double AA through the table, following which the ref came to and both Cena and Rollins go through the tables set up on the outside simultaneously. Chioda called for the bell but then realised he couldn’t tell who went through first. A keystone cops committee of officials could not decide who had won so inevitably Chioda informed Lilian that the match would restart. In an awesome spot, Cena AA-ed Seth onto the announce table, which didn’t break, hilariously taking Cole down! In some impressive storyline continuity, The Big Show arrived and beat John down, following on from the Survivor Series betrayal. It seemed as if the smug Architect was about to get away with one again, but then suddenly Roman Reigns appeared through the crowd, dominated the World’s Largest Athlete and then superman punched Rollins right into Cena who hit the AA through the table to retain the number one contendership. Now that’s how you book Roman Reigns. Have him show up, kick ass and leave. Perhaps WWE have learnt from previous errors with him. The match itself was a great deal of fun, with J and J Security playing their Patterson and Brisco tribute to perfection and Seth showing once again that any gimmick match he is placed in will be redefined. What a performer he is. Of course, now we get another Cena vs Lesnar match, but hey, I’m not going to hate on that. I enjoyed the first three, after all.

FLYBY RATING: ***¾

Nikki Bella defeated AJ Lee in 7:38 to retain the WWE Divas Title

The story here was well realised, as an angry AJ took on both Bellas but the numbers game caught up with her, and a Nikki spear led to an early near fall. Nikki was working that hoss style again, which suits her well, particularly with such a diminutive diva as Mrs Punk. AJ got tortured by being wrapped around the post and the working over of the back then continued with Nikki working a bow and arrow submission. AJ’s comeback was well pitched with a neckbreaker and Thesz press punches leading to a shining wizard but Brie put her sister’s foot on the ropes, causing the assistant Bella to be ejected, but the distraction allowed Nikki to take a leaf out of Rick Martel’s book and spray a substance in AJ’s face to blind her opponent and hit The Rack Attack to retain in a short but very watchable match. Any match with an “Arrogance” tribute is just fine by me!

FLYBY RATING: **

Ryback defeated Kane in a chairs match in 9:50

Ryback started strong here and just as with the Rowan/Show match, it was fairly typical big man stuff, just two rough, tough guys bashing the hell out of each other. Ryback was the first to use the chair to wear out Kane but he recklessly leaped into a chair off the top rope when Kane raised it. The Corporate Monster sets up a chair in the corner and flapjacked the former Skip Sheffield into it before going for a DDT on a chair. It was a methodical wearing down of the Big Guy by the Big Red Monster, and surprisingly, considering many thought this would be a squash, Kane rode out a Ryback comeback to totally destroy CM Punk’s nemesis with the chairs. Unfortunately, we then got the inevitable tossing of multiple chairs into the ring trope which rarely makes that much sense to me. Kane set up the chairs but Ryback spinebustered Kane through them as The Big Guy got energised by the “feed me more” chants from the crowd. In quite an awesome looking spot, the Meathook was set up, but its proponent ran straight into a chair shot. Ultimately, it didn’t matter though, as Ryback ultimately got the Meathook and Shell Shocked for the win. Another example of a gimmick getting in the way of an actual match, but it had its moments.

FLYBY RATING: **½

Rusev defeated Jack Swagger in 4:50 to retain the WWE United States Title

Swagger got a good face shine here, interrupting a Lana promo and taking it to Rusev as the bell rang. Rusev quickly escaped the ankle lock and went for The Accolade, which Swagger fought out of and forced a break by getting to the ropes, only for the Russian sympathiser to go for it again straight away. The All American American seemed to be passing out again, but muscled the Bulgarian Brute up and slapped that Patriot Lock on again. However, his ascendency was short lived as Rusev escaped, nailed a massive superkick and then finally locked the Accolade on for the win. This was basically all their previous matches condensed into a very short space of time. I’m not really sure why they felt the need to reheat this feud or cram it onto an already packed pay-per-view. It would have been just as easy to do a promo segment if all they wanted was to keep Rusev in the audience’s minds. Still, very good action for the short time they were in the ring together.

FLYBY RATING: **

Bray Wyatt defeated Dean Ambrose in a TLC match in 28:00

The main event got off to a very hot start as Ambrose tossed a ladder at Wyatt as he was making his entrance, beginning the hot brawl portion of the bout at the earliest possible opportunity. It was all Lunatic Fringe in the early stages, as he beat Wyatt all the way around the arena, including a dive off the kick off panel plinth. The physicality was intense as chair shots and headbutts were thrown with abandon and kendo sticks were used to torture the Wyatt Family’s patriarch. I had memories of The Shield’s debut match as a chair off the second rope seemed to have Ambrose definitively in control only for him to be knocked off the apron through the table for Bray to gain breathing space for the first time in the contest. In an interesting mirror image of the opening minutes, Wyatt began to dish out much of the same punishment that Ambrose did to him, making it a story of psychological warfare; who could be the preeminent madman? Wyatt’s use of the kendo stick was innovative and brutal and he had Dean at his mercy for some minutes before Ambrose regained control by tossing Bray into the ladder. In an awesome sequence, a rope hung dropkick and hangman’s leg drop off the top led the Lunatic Fringe to get pumped up, but Dirty Deeds was countered into the Sister Abigail position and when Dean span out, Bray hit an enormous clothesline. The former Shield man then out did himself as he hit elbow drops through tables off progressively higher ladders outside the ring. When he dragged Wyatt’s carcass back to the squared circle he got caught in Sister Abigail out of nowhere (it’s awesome how Bray can now hit that move from anywhere now) but thrillingly kicked out. Bray spider walked into another Sister Abigail attempt, but Ambrose reversed and wound up hitting Dirty Deeds for another kick out. The fetching of a third, super massive ladder led to some Jeff Hardy-esque action with Ambrose getting the elbow through the Spanish announce table. A legitimate holy shit moment, there. The finish saw the Lunatic Fringe attempt to use a television monitor on his opponent only for it to blow up in his face, blinding him so that Wyatt could get the match winning Sister Abigail. I read that ending allegorically, with the vanity and hubris of Dean represented by the television, which undid him. I can’t wait to see what they do in the rubber match! Two excellent talents putting their bodies on the line with ace results. I don’t think Ambrose is hurt by the loss here, just as I don’t think he was hurt by the loss to Rollins at Hell In A Cell. It makes sense to have your up and coming babyface struggle through adversity, so I expect him to get a win over Bray on the Rumble undercard.

FLYBY RATING: ****¼

It may not have been to everyone’s taste, judging by Twitter, but I thoroughly enjoyed TLC. The three highest profile matches delivered handsomely, even if the much of the undercard was underwhelming. The big guns brought it and the year ends with the sheer lunacy of Wyatt and Ambrose.

OVERALL FLYBY RATING: **¾

Well dear readers, that’s it for another pay-per-view review. Be sure to check out ATTITUDE later this week and look out for some end of year round up type stuff from me too.

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Austin Praises Ziggler vs. Harper at WWE TLC, Randy Orton Gets Day Off from Filming

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Dec 15, 2014 – 12:45:57 AM

- It was believed for a while that Randy Orton would be making his return at WWE TLC but that obviously did not happen. Orton did have a day off from filming WWE Studios’ The Condemned 2 and spent it hiking with his girlfriend. Orton tweeted the following:

Finally had a day off shooting #TheCondemned2 and went on a hike with my love @KimKlro up the Sandia Mountains pic.twitter.com/tXbNQgoM68

— Randy Orton (@RandyOrton) December 15, 2014

- Steve Austin tweeted the following about the Intercontinental Title Ladder Match between Dolph Ziggler and Luke Harper at WWE TLC on Sunday night.

Hellacious ladder match w @HEELZiggler and @LukeHarperWWE. @WWE #WWE #TLC
Great action. Great bumps. Great finish.

— Steve Austin (@steveaustinBSR) December 15, 2014

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Khan: ‘Money’ before Brook

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Amir Khan has Floyd Mayweather jnr., Manny Pacquiao and Kell Brook in his sights after he beat Devon Alexander in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

The 28-year-old provided a boxing masterclass to see off the American on a unanimous points decision 119-109, 118-110, and 120-108.

Khan has repeatedly called out Mayweather, who is undefeated in 47 fights, but the ‘Money’ insists he wants to fight the Filipino Pacquiao first.

Last week, Eddie Hearn said a fight between Brook and Khan at Wembley could be on the cards but the Bolton boxer insists he wants Mayweather first.

“I think the fight (with Mayweather) now has to be touching distance away,”

Steve Austin Praises Match At WWE TLC, Randy Orton Gets Day Off From Filming (Photo)

- It was believed for a while that Randy Orton would be making his return at WWE TLC but that obviously did not happen. Orton did have a day off from filming WWE Studios’ The Condemned 2 and spent it hiking with his girlfriend. Orton tweeted the following:

Finally had a day off shooting #TheCondemned2 and went on a hike with my love @KimKlro up the Sandia Mountains pic.twitter.com/tXbNQgoM68

— Randy Orton (@RandyOrton) December 15, 2014

- Steve Austin tweeted the following about the Intercontinental Title Ladder Match between Dolph Ziggler and Luke Harper at WWE TLC on Sunday night.

Hellacious ladder match w @HEELZiggler and @LukeHarperWWE. @WWE #WWE #TLC
Great action. Great bumps. Great finish.

— Steve Austin (@steveaustinBSR) December 15, 2014

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Chair Shots Presents: TLC & S- The 4WD Review

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Welcome back dear readers to the column that wasn’t used as a weapon in the TLC…and S PPV- Chair Shots! Of course just about everything else under the sun was used during this one. We had tables, chairs, ladders, stairs, guardrails, kendo sticks; announce tables, pre-show analysts, and even an exploding TV. I’ve got to say, for me this was one of the weaker PPV’s of 2014, over-burdened and bloated by gimmick matches that often failed the storytelling. Of course, you’ll probably see some others who were very happy with the PPV overall, and that’s what’s great about watching professional wrestling; the ability to have conversations and discussions with varying points of view. If you didn’t watch, we DID have one title change, as Dolph Ziggler regained the IC title from Luke Harper in what was in my opinion the Match of the Night. Otherwise, there was just a lot of plunder thrown around.

So, let’s get to it shall we? You all remember how this works right? Good! So let’s start with….

PARK
When it comes to PARK this month, we’re going to need and oversized spot, because the space belongs to The Big Show. Let’s be honest, when was the last time The Big Show really did anything relevant in the WWE? Yes, he’s “The World’s Largest Athlete” as we’re told time and time again by the announcers, but he’s just……there. Sure he made an appearance during the Cena/Rollins Tables match later in the evening, but he was cannon fodder for a returning Roman Reigns. Show has become pointless. That may sound a little harsh, but if The Big Show were to leave the WWE tomorrow, would it really matter? He’s never going to be in the title picture again. He’s probably going to be a face again in a couple of months, and we’ll be having this same discussion in early 2015. Show, let me just say man to man, you’ve done great things in your career but we really don’t need you anymore.

REVERSE
Last month I gave this position to the Divas division and what it had become. I was half tempted to go there again, but that was before seeing The Wyatt family, or Bray and his recently freed flock, go 1-2 this evening. While I will revisit Luke Harper later in the review in much kinder words, I feel like the WWE really has no idea what to do with the Wyatts and even less so now that they’re disbanded. Luke Harper had a very unimportant run with the IC Title before he lost it this evening to Dolph Ziggler. In fact, I’m not sure Harper won a single match while he held the title. Erick Rowan is running around as a face, and got beaten pretty handily in a Stairs Match by the man I just said I want to go away. Not a great run at TLC up until the last match.

But Bray Wyatt had a chance to remedy all that in the Main Event match against Dean Ambrose. However by this time, the gimmicks had sort of worn off. At this point, I was quite tired of seeing tables, and ladders, and chairs. They had worn out their welcome. Yes, Bray and Dean beat the living hell out of each other during the match. Yes, Bray did get the pinfall in the match. But Bray didn’t BEAT Dean Ambrose. Dean Ambrose beat Dean Ambrose by somehow blinding himself with an exploding TV monitor that he got from underneath the ring that I’m still trying to figure out why it was plugged into anything. The ending made no sense, and Wyatt didn’t look strong in his victory. The WWE has something unique in the Wyatt Family. Right now, they’re floundering about aimlessly. They need to be refocused, reformed, and reenergized.

NEUTRAL
Poor Kane! If there’s anybody that’s been stuck in one position for a long time it’s this man. But unlike Big Show, I think there’s still something that can be done with Kane, but first they’ve got to get him out of the quicksand he’s currently stuck in. He’s been masked, unmasked, forced to wear slacks from the Relaxed Fit section at Sears, and tonight he goes down in defeat to Ryback. However, unlike some other matches tonight, there seemed to be a bit of a fire in Casual Fridays Kane! Honestly, he can’t be Corporate Kane anymore now that the Authority is gone, so he needs a new name. I’m sticking with that one.

Not long ago, I wrote a column called “A Goodbye.” It got some amazing feedback from you all, to which I’m eternally grateful. But THAT is what I would do with Kane. I’d have him start to question his usefulness to the WWE. I’d have him take some time away, and really come back the beast that he once was. Kane’s longevity is quite amazing when it comes to the WWE, and he’s always done whatever the WWE has wanted of him, from Katie Vick to possibly fathering Lita’s baby, to unmasking and remasking time and time again. It’s time the WWE gave back to one of its most faithful Superstars. Let’s give Kane one last relevant run.

DRIVE
Seth Rollins and John Cena wrestled a very entertaining Tables match. Sure it was marred by a screwy ending, as was the case with a couple of matches tonight, but I thoroughly enjoyed seeing this one unfold. Going into the match, I thought it was important for John Cena to lose. Him losing didn’t automatically mean Seth Rollins would get the #1 Contender spot, but it would have opened up a world of opportunities for the WWE. They could have held a tournament on Raw and Smackdown to crown a new #1 contender, and give us something different at the Royal Rumble. I still feel that should have happened……but it didn’t. Yes, once again John Cena comes out on top, putting Seth Rollins through a table and thus securing for us Lesnar/Cena IV: The Quest for Peace. There aren’t many instances where the fourth of anything turns out any good, but this is what is coming our way.

But enough about the negative, this is the DRIVEsection after all. Say what you will about Seth Rollins, but time and time again he delivers in big matches on WWE PPV’s. I still don’t’ believe he is World Champion material, nor do I think he will become that either, but pound for pound he’s one of the best in-ring competitors on the roster today. There was a lot of outside interference, with Cena having to deal with J&J Security, but it was solid storytelling. Rollins was using everything at his disposal to secure a victory. Why wouldn’t he? He is the heel after all. Heels should be heels, and Rollins is embracing that role. Cena did as Cena always does- deliver. While he did look a tad sloppy tonight, he is a big game player on a big game stage. Like him or hate him, he’s where he is for a reason. I’m not anti-Cena or pro-Cena, but I do respect what he brings to the table. The only thing that stopped this match from getting the top spot for me was the screwy ending with Big Show and Roman Reigns interference. It lent nothing to the story, and the rushed ending after seemed tacked on. Good stuff though from both guys.

4WD
So I mentioned earlier that I’d get back to Luke Harper in a more positive light, and here we are. Prior to the PPV starting, Dolph Ziggler did was he always does, claimed that he was going to steal the show. He basically told Luke Harper he was going to make him a star tonight. While I’m not sure Harper needed any help with that, Ziggler made good on his promised and stole the show. At this point, any true wrestling fan has seen countless ladder matches with countless competitors. It’s becoming quite difficult to make them unique and inventive. That’s why Ziggler and Harper didn’t try to do that this evening. While there were some pretty clever spots, like Harper slingshotting Ziggler’s throat into the rope with the ladder on top of him, both men relied on making the match seem more violent.

It goes without saying that Ziggler is a master at selling moves. At this point, he’s the ultimate bumper. Having his reactions to Luke Harper’s already violent looking moves added that much more to the impact of what he was delivering. Ziggler did in fact make Harper look even more vicious than he already appears. But I don’t want you to think all the credit goes to Dolph Ziggler. Luke Harper is without a doubt one of the most talented big men wrestling today. He’s strong, fast, agile, and vicious all rolled up into one. Now if only he had some sort of direction to go along with that. Unfortunately for me, the first match is where the PPV peaked. It had its moments afterwards, but this month Dolph Ziggler and Luke Harper took the show into 4WD.

So there you have it dear readers. What are your thoughts on the TLC PPV? I didn’t mention a couple of matches, basically because they just didn’t do anything for me. Rusev beat Swagger…again. Nikki Bella beat AJ….again. Miz and Mizdow made a mockery of the tag titles….again. Maybe I’m just burnt out after a pretty entertaining 2014 PPV calendar. Maybe the WWE is burnt out after a long 2014 PPV calendar. Whatever the case, it’s time to gear up for Roman Reigns winning the Royal Rumble. Oh Joy!

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Promo for Final Battle Between Cena & Lesnar, New Total Divas Commercial, Rumble, WWE TTTT

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- WWE released the following promo for John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Title at the Royal Rumble:

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- Below is the new commercial for the return of WWE Total Divas. As noted, Summer Rae and Naomi will not be included in the next season.

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-Here is WWE’s new commercial for the 2015 Royal Rumble match. As noted, Roman Reigns is the first official entrant.

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- Below is the promo for the 12th annual WWE Tribute to the Troops, which airs on Wednesday night as part of WWE Week.

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LOP Radio’s Official WWE TLC PPV Recap Show

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Join us here on LOP Radio shortly after WWE’s TLC PPV ends as we break down all the events that occurred and what possible impact they will have as we move ever closer to the offiical start of the Road to WrestleMania! Your host, the Godfather of LOP Radio, Son of Repoman, (@bearforcewon), will be joined by the usual suspects as we dig into what went down.

Was John Cena able to remain number one contender to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship or did Seth Rollins find a path to victory, like maybe Cena accidentally stepping off the apron through a table like Big Show did against Cody Rhodes (Remember that? Wasn’t that odd?)? How far down the path of outright destruction did Bray Wyatt and Dean Ambrose travel as they battled with tables, ladders and chairs? Did Ziggler and Harper steal the show, as just about everyone expected them to? What the hell was entailed in a “stairs match”? Did this PPV have Frosty’s chance in Hell of outdoing this week’s fantastic NXT Takeover event?

All of these questions and many more will be answered as we dig through the debris to bring you the results of this, the last PPV of the year for WWE. YOU can join in the conversation by Tweeting directly at your hosts via the handles they’ll provide to start the show or by simply hashtagging your Tweets with #LOPRadio so we know to add your voice to the show. You want your voice to be heard? Well, here’s your chance!

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​The First WWE Royal Rumble Matches Revealed – Details Inside Here

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WWE RAW Dark Match Main Event, Daniel Bryan Wins MLB Award, SmackDown Viewing Party Update

- John Cena and Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt is the dark match main event for tomorrow’s RAW, which takes place at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, MI. The show will also feature Chris Jericho as the guest host, and the return of WWE Champion Brock Lesnar. We are looking for correspondents for the show, so if you are attending it, please contact us by clicking here.

- With SmackDown airing live on Tuesday this week, we will have our SmackDown Viewing Party on Tuesday and not on Friday when the show airs on Syfy.

- Daniel Bryan won an “MLB Network Social Media Award” for “Celebrity Fan of the Year.” He beat out Ben Affleck, Josh Charles, Andy Cohen, Macklemore and Eric Stonestreet.

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WWE Reports Injuries To AJ Lee, Luke Harper And Dolph Ziggler At TLC

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WWE announced on their website tonight that AJ Lee was tended to by trainers after the TLC pay-per-view due to a “scary incident” in which Nikki Bella blinded her with the hairspray in their match.

WWE’s Dr. Stephen Daquino told WWE.com that AJ suffered chemical conjunctivitis but they were able to flush her eyes with saline. He added that The quick treatment helped prevent any long-term damage to AJ’s vision.

They also reported that Dolph Ziggler and Luke Harper were treated for wounds following their Intercontinental Title Ladder Match. Harper received five staples to the side of his head and Ziggler had a laceration on his head as well, which was treated with skin glue and bandages by trainers.

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WWE Reports Injuries To AJ Lee, Luke Harper And Dolph Ziggler At TLC