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WWE Raw And SmackdownLive Recaps (Videos)

Good shows this week as the fallout from WWE Hell In A Cell dominated Raw this week and over on Smackdown the countdown to Survivor Series is on . 

Both shows have found their footing with the brand switch and both are stepping it up with the PPVS and Shows. I like the competition between each shows , that just makes for a better product overall. Here are some of the highlights from Raw and SmackdownLive . 


WWE Hell In A Cell Predictions !!!!

Tonight on WWE Network the RAW brand brings you WWE Hell In A Cell….This show has the potential for show of the year, with the scheduled matches.

Sasha Banks Vs. Charlotte : 

Already revolutionaries, WWE Women’s Champion Sasha Banks and bitter rival Charlotte Flair will make history yet again on Oct. 30 when they become the first female Superstars ever to battle inside the unforgiving Hell in a Cell.

Raw General Manager Mick Foley and Commissioner Stephanie McMahon approved the stipulation, which was suggested by Banks, on the Oct. 10 edition of Raw, further intensifying what was already going to be a fiery clash.

Sasha is defending the prestigious championship in front of her home crowd at TD Garden in Boston. Although the home-arena advantage will undoubtedly benefit The Boss, Charlotte will likely remain undeterred.

After all, the two Superstars have traded the Raw Women’s Championship since its inception at WrestleMania 32, each competitor having held it twice. As insurance, Charlotte may have her protégé, Dana Brooke, at ringside, but her presence is unlikely to affect the proceedings, thanks to the Cell’s 20-foot-high steel walls, roof and locked door. . My prediction is Sasha Banks for the win!

Kevin Owens Vs. Seth Rollins : 

WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens will defend Raw’s most coveted title against Seth Rollins in a highly anticipated rematch — this time, inside Hell in a Cell — on Sunday, Oct. 30, live on the award-winning WWE Network.

What will go down when these two heated rivals go head-to-head inside WWE’s most hellacious combat zone?

The Architect has appeared to be a man possessed recently in his quest to win the WWE Universal Title, defying authority’s orders and going on the attack against KO and anyone in his way. Despite being hell-bent on once again becoming the champion, Rollins has been met with obstacle after obstacle. Whether it’s Owens himself, KO’s best buddy Chris Jericho or WWE COO Triple H, the No. 1 contender has been met with resistance at every turn.Confronting these hurdles, Rollins will have another chance to overcome WWE’s Prizefighter. Will the addition of the unforgiving steel enclosure known as Hell in a Cell ensure that there will be no further controversy and no excuses for the outcome on Oct. 30? Since winning the WWE Universal Championship, Owens has shown a knack for evading danger. Yet, will he be able to survive another battle against Rollins — in the career-altering Cell, no less — with his coveted championship in tow? Winner = Kevin Owens 

Roman Reigns Vs. Rusev : 

Roman Reigns is headed to Hell itself — Hell in a Cell, that is — for a U.S. Championship battle with Rusev at WWE Hell in a Cell, Sunday, Oct. 30, live on WWE Network.

The match marks Big Dog’s return to the legendary structure that has both settled rivalries (including his own) and potentially shortened careers (including Shane McMahon’s), and will be Rusev’s first turn inside the towering steel enclosure that has loomed large for the last two decades. And it came about in a surprisingly literal way: After his U.S. Title win against The Super Athlete at Clash of Champions was followed by an indecisive rematch, Lana petitioned Reigns for another title rematch on behalf of The Bulgarian Brute.

When Reigns responded with jokes and derision, The Ravishing Russian snapped back, “Go to hell!” — a sentiment Rusev himself echoed in a more physical manner when he laid out The Big Dog moments later.

Once he regained his senses, Reigns not only delivered a huge Superman Punch, but he also agreed to the bout provided it was inside Hell in a Cell, thus sentencing himself and The Super Athlete to a title match inside the massive steel structure. Which of these high-powered athletes will walk out of Hell in a Cell with their souls intact and championship gold around their waist?  Winner = Roman Reigns

The New Day Vs. Shamus & Cesaro : 

For weeks, Sheamus and Cesaro attempted to pummel one another into absolute oblivion. Now, they will attempt to put their differences aside and challenge long-reigning WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day at WWE Hell in a Cell.

Following Cesaro and Sheamus’ Best of Seven Series that saw neither Superstar clinch the elusive and series-deciding fourth win, Raw General Manager Mick Foley decided to flip the script. Because no victor was decided, but a championship opportunity had been promised to the series’ winner, Foley announced that Cesaro and Sheamus would get a title match — together, as a unit — against the Raw Tag Team Champions.   

Their opponents, The New Day, know all about championship opportunities, having seized theirs over a year ago. Some 400 days later, the rotating trio of Big E, Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods has put down some of the toughest challengers to step their way, including The Dudley Boyz, The Vaudevillains and, most recently, the formidable duo of Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows.

Will The New Day’s incredible success continue against the double-tough team of Cesaro & Sheamus? Or will the challengers’ inability to get along be their undoing?  Winners = The New Day

This show is stacked and promises tons of great action tonight on The WWE Network……Tomorrow I will have the highlights of the show!!!…..



Alberto El Patron WCPW Debut Promo (Video)

Once again former WWE superstar and world champion Alberto Del Rio has left the WWE for WCPW and is using the name Alberto El Patron. Del Rio had two run with the WWE and the second run was a dud, as the WWE didn’t know what to do with him. The WWE tried to put him in the League Of Nations team but that ended with a dud also. Del Rio is a very talented superstar and I hope they treat him well in WCPW and wherever he ends up next. But if those don’t work out he always has WWE diva Paige to come home too….Lucky lucky man…..


WWE RAW Review 8/15/16

We are back with our WWE RAW review for August 15th 2016. This show was the go home show for Summerslam, and as the other RAW shows these past weeks it was just EH.  I am thinking if WWE are not confident in the Summerslam card, as they had some matches last night. Not sure who thought Rusev vs. Reigns on RAW would be good, as they are wrestling again on Sunday….Keep it for the big show and have them do a stare down or fight….but not a wrestling match..WTF….Another problem was the debut of the demon king , the WWE should have kept it under wraps for the big show on Sunday. I’m excited for Summerslam as WWE always pulls out a good show. We will have our Summerslam Preview and Predictions on Saturday…..Here are the best of RAW : 



WWE RAW Results 8/8/16 (Videos)

Another Monday and another Monday Night Raw…and recently its been more like Monday Night Eh….I think the WWE and RAW are still trying to find their way around with the new era and also the brand split. Some of Raw was very good especially the Rusev Vs. Cesaro match, cause Cesaro is so damn good he could make anybody look like a superstar. 

Despite the lackluster RAW i’m looking forward to Summerslam in two weeks from The Barclay Center in Brooklyn. Summerslam is going to be a good show as they have some interesting matches going on especially Randy Orton Vs. Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins again Finn Balor.  I will be LIVE at RAW in Brooklyn at Barclay Center on August 22nd. I will be Periscoping LIVE from there as much as i can , so make sure YOU follow us on Twitter and Periscope @SternFBSuperfan . Here are the RAW highlights : 


WWE Extreme Rules Recap (Videos)

The WWE put on their latest PPV show on The WWE Network last night with Extreme Rules and it was a entertaining show. Going into Extreme Rules, I wasn’t that excited for it as the buildup for it wasn’t really the best. A lot of matches seemed forced, but the matches themselves were very entertaining and the show was fast and fun. Of course the Extreme according to the WWE could have been a little bit more, but the guys and gals put on a good show.


The highlight  of the show for me was the fatal four way match which saw Kevin Owens Vs. Sami Zayn Vs. Cesaro Vs. The Miz.  With Cesaro, Owens and Zayn battling it out, it brought me back to the good old Ring Of Honor Days when they were Kevin Steen , El Generico and Claudio .  The excitement was great in this match with many attempted pin falls. It was classic wrestling story telling.  I’m glad The Miz won, as I like him as champion and he makes a great heel that all the guy have to chase for the title. I hope Steen, Zayn and Cesaro eventually get their IC title runs.


The Asylum match with Chris Jericho Vs. Dean Ambrose was good, it could have been a bit more violent with some maybe flaming tables or something different. The thumb tacks in the ring brought me back to the days of Mick Foley. It was good to see Jericho take a bump into the thumbtacks like that as he’s never really done any extreme stuff in the ring. Ambrose needed this win to keep his momentum up, and maybe Jericho is going off on his  yearly hiatus from WWE.


The championship match was a tough match with lots of tables breaking and all. I think the WWE should just keep Reigns as a tough to be monster instead of trying to give him a fake personality that doesn’t work for him.  He was monster-like in this match vs AJ Styles and  this Roman Reigns is who  the WWE Universe wants to see, leave the John Cena stuff to John Cena.  It was great to see Seth Rollins come back at the end of the match. I see Seth winning the title at WWE Summerslam that takes place  in Brooklyn New York.

All in all Extreme Rules lived up to its name and the WWE did a solid job, I just hope they keep it up in the upcoming weeks. Here are some highlights of some of the matches last night :