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    10 Best Matches In WWE SummerSlam History

    WWE have turned their Biggest ‘Party’ of the Summer into the Biggest ‘Event’ of the Summer and I need to know what exactly this entails. Are we supposed to ditch the Hawaiian shirts in favour of suits and ties? Are we supposed to put down our bikinis and hosepipes – yes, lads, I mean us […] More

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    10 Things We Learned From WWE SummerSlam 2015

    SummerSlam was born in the New York metro area in 1988, and would begin a residency period with the 2015 edition back in its Big Apple birthplace. The Barclays Center in Brooklyn is only five miles away from Manhattan’s Madison Square Garden (which, given New York traffic, is about a three-hour trip), and it was […] More

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    10 Things We Learned From WWE SummerSlam 2014

    If you’re like me and you find formulaic, everybody-gets-their-spots-in, epic matches to be cliche and overdone, then you loved the main event of the 2014 SummerSlam. It was there that Brock Lesnar doled out the mother of all beatings to the erstwhile-resilient John Cena, pulverizing the WWE Champion with an endless string of German Suplexes. […] More

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    10 Biggest WTF Moments In WWE SummerSlam History

    WWE WrestleMania is the party held by the coolest and most popular kid in school. It’s the biggest and best party of the year – it’s the one you need to be invited to because if you don’t, your life is a waste of time and what’s the point anymore? The Royal Rumble, SummerSlam and […] More

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    Miz & Mrs. Renewed For A Second Season

    Last night on SmackDown Live, The Miz and Maryse announced that a second season of their hit reality TV show, Miz & Mrs., has been commissioned on the USA network. The show debuted recently to very high ratings and is currently only halfway through its first season, but it’s clear the USA network is happy […] More

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    10 Things We Learned From WWE SummerSlam 2013

    Alright, here we go: one of the greatest SummerSlams of all time, and hell, one of the greatest WWE pay-per-views of all time. Dave Meltzer may not have awarded a full five snowflakes to CM Punk vs. Brock Lesnar and John Cena vs. Daniel Bryan, but dammit they’re five-star matches, @ me if you please. […] More

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    10 Things We Learned From WWE SummerSlam 2012

    There was just something about SummerSlam 2012 that didn’t click. Granted, it was hardly a bad show by any means, but it wasn’t a particularly good show, either. And no, Roman, that doesn’t make it *the* show. You’d think an event with Brock Lesnar in the main event (his second match since returning to WWE […] More

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    10 Things We Learned From WWE SummerSlam 2011

    So much for the vaunted “Summer of Punk”. After turning the wrestling world on its ear with CM Punk’s caustic Pipe Bomb promo, followed by a red-hot Money in the Bank pay-per-view, WWE put the cart before the horse and rushed Punk’s return. After eight days as the untethered, unbeaten champion, Punk was back on […] More

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    WWE Raw Results, Live Blog (Aug. 13, 2018): SummerSlam Go-Home Show

    WWE Monday Night Raw returns tonight from the Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina, featuring all the latest build to the upcoming SummerSlam pay-per-view (PPV) which is just six nights away. An especially-humbled Ronda Rousey leads off Raw, personally acknowledging the loss of Jim Neidhart (as Natalya’s friend) and gives a poignant, heartfelt speech about the […] More

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    WWE Investigating Randy Orton Misconduct Allegations

    WWE is currently investigating Randy Orton after numerous former WWE personnel came out and spoke about inappropriate sexual behavior they have experienced from the former WWE Champion. In a 2012 podcast interview, former WWE writer Court Bauer went on record to speak about his time in WWE and in doing so spoke out about the […] More

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