The earlier supposed title feud between Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley was cut short after what transpired on this week’s episode of WWE Raw. A fresh feud was kicked off as now Dolph Ziggler is all set to challenge for the WWE
Last night’s episode of WWE RAW was a packed one that had four title matches on the card. The Women’s Title, Men and Women’s Tag Team Titles, and the 24/7 Title were on the line. Rey Mysterio returned on the show after
Christian returned to WWE during the latest edition of Monday Night Raw and got physical for the first time since retiring in 2014. He was hunted down by The Viper Randy Orton while seeking redemption on behalf of his best friend, Edge.
A packed edition of WWE RAW is waiting for us to create some major hypes for the Extreme Rules 2020 pay-per-view event. Tonight is also being tagged as a Championship Monday night where four titles from Raw division will be on the
The final WWE pay-per-view event before 2020 SummerSlam, will take place at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida on July 19th in the form of Extreme Rules. This is one night of the year where most of the matches take place
WWE Backlash 2020 edition passed by giving us the Greatest Wrestling Match Ever between Hall of Famer Edge and Randy Orton. The WWE Universe is certainly not over with the experience as WWE Raw airs tonight addressing the fallouts of the show.
WWE has confirmed the next PPV event on the WWE Network in the form of Extreme Rules 2020 that will air on July 19. This is going to be the third pay-per-view following Wrestlemania 36 and the final one before the biggest
WWE always tries to make their PPV calendar bigger with every passing year. There have been also talks going on hinting that major online streaming channels are also being interested to buy their contents, as well. In the midst of this, it
Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins won the main event of WWE Extreme Rules against Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans. It was a Mixed Tag Team match where both the Universal and Raw women’s titles were on the line. Despite winning the match,
WWE Extreme Rules 2019 ended on a controversial note as Brock Lesnar, accompanied by Paul Heyman – Raw’s Executive Director – finally cashed in his Money in the Bank contract. He attacked an exhausted Seth Rollins after the main event of the