This would work perfect for Daniel Bryan. But again, I’m willing to bet on Roman getting the super push
SI.com The Week in Wrestling
SI.com Interview with Dakota Kai
WWE Free YouTube Match
You can watch Undertaker vs. Batista in a Chairs Match from the 2009 TLC PPV
August 29, 1994
From the United Center in Chicago, IL
Your hosts are Vince McMahon and Jerry “The King” Lawler
Date: December 11, 2019
Location: Full Sail University, Winter Park, Florida
Commentators: Mauro Ranallo, Nigel McGuinness, Beth Phoenix
It’s the next to last show of the year with one more show to go after this in 2019. That show is going to need a main event and we’ll be setting that up tonight with a triple threat match for the #1 contendership to the NXT Title. In other words, it’s Keith Lee vs. Tommaso Ciampa vs. Finn Balor, which should tell you everything you need to know. Let’s get to it.
Monday Night Raw
Date: July 11, 2005
Location: Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, New Jersey
Commentators: Jim Ross, Jerry Lawler
We’re a week removed from the earth shattering split of Shawn Michaels and Hulk Hogan, whose friendship dated back all of two months (with about six weeks off in the middle). Tonight we start the build towards what is almost guaranteed to be a big time Summerslam match, but there is one more important thing to deal with: one of the interchangeable women in the Diva Search is going home! Let’s get to it.
The SmarK Rant for AEW Dynamite – 12.11.19
Live from Garland, TX. I thought it was Dallas but I guess it’s different.
Your hosts are Tony Schiavone, Excalibur & Jim Ross
Date: December 11, 2019
Location: Curtis Culwell Center, Garland, Texas
Commentators: Jim Ross, Tony Schiavone, Excalibur
We’re down in Texas for one of the last two shows of the year. This time around the focus is going to be on a Texas Street Fight between the Young Bucks and Santana and Ortiz, which should be a heck of a battle if they’re allowed to be themselves. Other than that it’s time to get ready for next week’s World Title match between champion Chris Jericho and Jungle Boy. Let’s get to it.
And he didn’t buy it for me?
Tonight! It’s Dynamite and NXT! Not sure what either one has on offer, to be honest. Maybe famed Japanese wrestler Justin Liger will appear.
There you go.
WWE Backstage dropped in the all important Tuesday night test pattern war. DEAD BY TALK LIKE A PIRATE DAY.
“I imagine she wouldn’t smell bad but she’d smell…weird. Like her hair would have the faint aroma of the ocean or something.
She seems like a goddamn mythological witch sent to the world because she can’t stand the thought of little girls being happy.”
-Phrederic, during a live-watch, about Devil Masami
JOSHI SPOTLIGHT- DEVIL MASAMI:
Other Name: Super Heel Devil Masami
Real Name: Masami Yoshida
Billed Height & Weight: 5’6″ 154-198 lbs.
Career: 1978-2008 (30 years!!)
Trained By: AJW Dojo
-Having written a bio on Bull Nakano and showcased her ***** match with Devil Masami (Meltzer agreed, which is proof I’m right!), I figured I would write one for Masami herself next. Masami is probably one of the most underrated Joshi by Westerners owing to her tremendous obscurity- of the biggest Joshi shows of all, she’s in very few of them, and often in diminished roles; I’ve only seen a handful of her performances there. Never mind that her career peak was in the 1980s, which is ages before most wrestling fans would have ever heard of her.
–Eric Bischoff, Steve McMichael, and Bobby Heenan are in the booth and they are live from Macon, Georgia. The venue gives away how WCW’s decision to do Hulk Hogan-Sting was last minute. This is also our go home episode for World War 3.
Last week Steve Corino crashed a Limp Bizkit concert and ended up getting busted open courtesy of a Balls Mahoney chair shot. Meanwhile, Rob Van Dam defended his TV Title against the monstrous Uganda and ended up enraging his former tag partner Sabu with an inflammatory promo.
Let’s have a look to see how these stories develop in this week’s Hardcore TV!
WWE.com NXT Preview
AEW Dynamite Preview
The SmarK Rant for WCW Monday Nitro – 09.15.97
I was gonna do RAW on Hulu tonight, but then I was like…nah. Maybe next week. They haven’t exactly been tearing up the blog anyway, probably because it’s a day later and people are talked out by Tommy’s recap. Plus Nitro remains a reasonable length for a while, and the nWo is all over everyone’s lips with the Hall of Fame stuff.
I think I’m actually ahead of the 97 RAWs again now, though. This stuff sure isn’t an exact science.
August 28, 1994
From the Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati, OH
Your hosts are Jim Ross and Ted DiBiase
This week, we will see the Heartbreak Hotel segment from “Superstars.” In action this week are Diesel and Tatanka.