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 on Monday June 27th 2016 was a entertaining show, I liked the show as it ran well and was entertaining.
I’m liking the Wyatt Vs. The New Day feud. I see Xavier Woods turning on The New Day and joining The Wyatt Family sooner or later, most likely at WWE Backlash. The New Day was funny , as they mocked The Wyatt Family.
Sami Zayn Vs. Kevin Owens : They say this is the last match at WWE Backlash as the feud will end. Hopefully, the feud will continue and maybe they could be a tag team.
The WWE is setting up WWE Backlash as a preview of Summerslam in August. Going to be a fun summer in WWE
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The WWE PPV is tonight on May 1st. 2016 ….Here are my preview of the WWE PPV Payback :
Cesaro Vs. The Miz : I would like to see Cesaro win but I like this feud and I think the WWE will keep this feud going until probably Summerslam. The winner will be Cesaro by the DQ.
Zayn Vs. Owens : I think this will be a long time feud, as we all know that Zayn/Owens can go the distance. I want to see more matches between these two. This match will be a DQ.
Charlotte Vs. Natalya : Bret Hart will be in the corner of Natalya and of course Ric Flair will be in the corner of the ladies champion Charlotte. I think Charlotte will keep the championship, Natalya is good but she is not championship material. The winner will be Charlotte.
Dean Ambrose Vs. Chris Jericho : Dean Ambrose is great in the ring, but I think he will not win over Chris Jericho. The winner will be Chris Jericho.
Roman Reigns Vs. AJ Style : I think this good feud, is a good feud but I hope its not too early for a championship push for AJ Styles. AJ Styles is a good wrestler , but I think Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson will turn on AJ, as they are acting too friendly to AJ , and will cause AJ the title. The match will end in a DQ, with outside interference by Gallows and Anderson.
So, that is my predictions of WWE Payback that airs tonight on WWE Network. I like that the WWE is stepping it up with the new talent, and excited to see where they take it. Hopefully WWE keeps Shane in charge or RAW and maybe make The Authority in charge of Smackdown, which will lead to a NEW WWE draft. We will be back after the PPV tonight, with a WWE Payback recap. See you in the ring!!!
Sting recently spoke with WWE’s website to talk about the injury he suffered at Night of Champions. Sting noted that aside from a stiff neck, he’s a little banged up but feels good. He called it “pretty standard” after a match like that. He also said it’s a “wait and see” type of situation in regards to another match but in the right scenario, he would return. Below are highlights from the Q&A:
WWE.COM: Can you set everyone straight on the extent of your injury, as you await further evaluation?
STING: I was out in the hospital — out like a light. They had a neck brace on me, and they were pumping me with [medication] to get me out of pain. I had to do a CT scan and an MRI. They ended up talking to my wife, and I have some details from my wife, but I still have [further evaluation ahead]. They mentioned cervical spinal stenosis, but that’s only part of what I heard. I don’t know if there’s anything else. The doctor did tell my wife, “He’s going to have to get this dealt with. He’s lucky he walked out of there.”
WWE.COM: At this point, what’s your prognosis, both short-term and long-term?
STING: Bottom line, I had tingling, numbness down both arms, all the way to my fingertips. And then, later in the match, I just fell wrong, whatever it was, and this time [the tingling and numbness] went down both arms and into my legs, and I couldn’t feel my legs too well. They just felt like rubber. I don’t know how to describe it. I had to go down on all fours there for a minute, get my composure. I was a little … I was worried. Long term, well, I’m just going to take care of the short term first and see how the long term might play out.
WWE.COM: Were you aware of exactly when your injury occurred during the match?
STING: Oh, yeah, definitely. Both times into the turnbuckle. First time was like a whiplash. [pause] It’s my fault, bottom line. I know better. The second time, I went up into the air and back toward the turnbuckle like that, I thought, “Well, that’s not going to happen again,” and it did. The second time was worse.
After a wild end to Battleground in July, the WWE Universe is ready to turn the page and prepare for the second-biggest pay-per-view of the year, as the 2015 edition of SummerSlam approaches on August 23.
From the possible appearance of Sting to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match to a likely four-way battle for the Money in the Bank briefcase, there are several marquee stories that should be told at the August PPV.
Here are the booking decisions that must be made at SummerSlam 2015.
Sting Costs Bray Wyatt the Victory
Despite claims that Sting will not be in attendance at SummerSlam, reported by PWInsider Elite (via WrestlingInc.com), the best storyline involving the Icon to possibly come out of the PPV would be a battle against Bray Wyatt heading into Night of Champions.
The stage for the potential match would be set by Sting interfering at the August PPV and costing Wyatt a victory. Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose have been feuding the Wyatt Family in recent weeks, and Sting could be the back up the former Shield members need if Wyatt adds another Superstar to his stable.
With Brock Lesnar and Undertaker likely going away after SummerSlam, WWE needs a marquee name moving forward. Sting hasn’t been seen since WrestleMania, but a main event caliber storyline and match with Wyatt would be exactly what the company requires heading into the fall.
Not only would a Sting appearance at SummerSlam increase the mainstream notoriety of the event, but it would also build toward the next pay-per-view in September.