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Tags: Edge, Elimination Chamber, Jerry Lawler, John Cena, PPV, The Miz, WWE
Tags: Alberto Del Rio, Announcer, Booker, Booker T, Dolph Ziggler, Edge, Kelly Kelly, Kofi Kingston, Right Now, Uncrowned World Champion, Vickie Guerrero
Tags: Primo, Superstars, Trent Barreta, Tyler Reks, WGN, Woo Woo Guy, WWE, Zack Ryder
Tags: Brodus Clay, Daniel Bryan, NXT, Pros, R-Truth, Rookies, Ted Dibiase, WWE
Tags: Atlanta, Debut, Hall of Fame, HOF, Kane, Return, Sting, The Corre, Undertaker, Wrestlemania
A return or debut of a wrestler is set for the Monday night after Elimination Chamber
Last night at TNA Impact tapings Eric Biscoff grouped Sting with Kevin Nash and Booker T who recently signed with WWE from TNA. This got fans wondering if Sting would go to WWE for Wrestlemania and be inducted into the Hall of Fame. With Wrestlemania emanating from Atlanta(home base of WCW under Warner) the chances of a former WCW wrestler being inducted are higher this year.
WWE is expecting The Undertaker to be back in time for Wrestlemania. Undertaker would have to return soon to have his rumored match with Wade Barrett. Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer also reports that if Undertaker is not healthy enough to wrestle on the show WWE may do a tag match, having Undertaker team with Kane to take on The Corre.
Tags: Cody Rhodes, Edge, Miz, Orton, Rated RKO, Royal Rumble, Smackdown, WWE, Ziggler
Tags: Booker T, Boston, Kevin Nash, Returns, Royal Rumble, WWE
Kevin Nash and Booker T have been confirmed to return to WWE at Royal Rumble
from the Wrestling Observer-
There is a lesson to be learned here regarding shooting angles first and then trying to sign the guys up. Booker T is confirmed to be in the Royal Rumble. Kevin Nash is expected to be there as well. Both canceled autograph signings scheduled this weekend. Those in TNA and WWE both have confirmed Booker being expected at WWE instead of TNA on Monday. When it comes to Nash, his name was just removed from the TNA roster (even though he had “left” the company months ago). It is being reported he’s in the Rumble and all that does make sense but we haven’t had it confirmed by WWE people of that fact. Booker T and Kevin Nash had been earmarked to start on Monday with TNA as part of “They,” which makes Monday’s Impact very interesting as the only former Main Event Mafia member they can now bring in being Sting
Tags: Alberto Del Rio, Brodus Clay, Byron Saxton, Daniel Bryan, Derrick Bateman, Johnny Curtis, Ted Dibiase Jr.
Rookie gets new coach after winning a 4-way against the other rookies
The show opens with a Rookie Challenge called “Out Think Howard Finkel”. According to our correspondent, no one wins the challenge.
Ted DiBiase b. Champion Daniel Bryan
Backstage, Ted DiBiase is talking with Rookie Brodus Clay. Maryse speaks in French.
Fatal 4-Way match with the winner getting to swap Pros
Brodus Clay wins, beating Byron Saxton, Derrick Bateman and Johnny Curtis
Clay chooses Alberto Del Rio (the former Pro of eliminated Conor O’Brian) as his new Pro. He hits his finisher on Ted DiBiase to end the show
Tags: AJ, Aksana, Alicia Fox, Divas, Full Episode, Goldust, Kaitlyn, Kelly Kelly, Maxine, Naomi, NXT, NXT S03E08, Primo, Vickie Guerrero, WWE
Tags: Bryan Danielson, Chris Jericho, R-Truth, The Miz, WWE, WWE NXT
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Complete WWE NXT Results Report For March 9, 2010
On this episode of NXT, we find out from Matt Striker that the person who will go on to be the next WWE Superstar will be decided by a vote amongst the WWE Pros. The “twist”… Pros CANNOT vote for OR against their own rookie.
We open the first match with David Otunga vs Darrin Young. I find it somewhat creepy and amusing that Otunga comes to the start of the rap and rips off his tear-away pants to just his trunks. The match was said to be a requested rematch by Darrin Young. The match was pretty solid. I did notice, though, that when Young pulled Otunga’s head down on the rope to choke and fling him off the ring, Otunga didnt really allow himself to fall forward into the rope like he’s supposed to. He just kind of fell backwards off the ring skirt. Darrin Young seems to be going for the heel character now, or at least the crowd thinks so, because he grounded David Otunga and locked his chin with his wrists and pulled up and as soon as he locked the move in, the boos poured in from the crowd. R-Truth, at ringside, countered this by gaining momentum for Otunga by smacking the mat in rhythm to start a crowd clap. At point in the match, Young got so fired up after gaining control in the match that he started smacking his behind/back leg region. Just a little odd, no? Another odd thing was the beginning of a repetitive headlock Young did two to three times within a matter of a minute or so. But Darrin’s fall through the 2nd rope looked very smooth and very convincing in my opinion. And the whole time, CM Punk looked unamused. Punk either played with his gum or talked to Luke Gallows with a bored look on his face. The match came to an end when R-Truth and Luke Gallows got into a dispute that distracted the ref from seeing CM Punk grab Otunga’s leg, distracting David from Darrin coming up behind him and finishing him with a move where he locked a full nelson, threw Otunga up, and slung him to the left arm, face-platting him on the mat. Looks like a rough finisher, but in all honesty, it was cool.
When commercial came back, they showed a “during the commercial break” video of R-Truth attacking Otunga. I’d like to tell you why he did, but I couldnt understand what he was saying to Otunga.
Daniel Bryan’s vignette showed a portrait of an average man…who just happens to be a well-known, 10 year in-ring wrestling veteran. He’s still getting respect talks from Miz, who slaps the bruised ribs of Bryan, and informs him he has to learn to wrestle during injury and announces he’ll face Jericho’s rookie, Wade Barrett “with a boo-boo.” Jericho calls Wade his protege. His vignette basically has him talking about why he loves hurting people… for money. He claims he wants the WWE spot so he can hurt people and get paid millions for doing it. Wade says he’s 6ft 7in, but the commentators say he’s 6ft 5in. The first minutes of the match are Wade just targeting the bruised area of Bryan, who has his ribs wrapped, and Jericho takes credit for it claiming he told Barrett to do it before the show. The high spots in the match were Daniel Bryan’s awesome flying knee to Wade from the skirt to outside the ring, Bryan’s slip off the top rope to the ring mat (which was realistic. I had to watch several times to see if it was even planned or not) which led to him losing the match when Wade picked Bryan up into the fireman’s carry then slung him forward onto his back, and Jericho applying a regular Walls Of Jericho this time after the match while Michael Cole says the Walls Of Jericho “is about respect.”