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New WWE champion Big E is here on The Masked Man Show! David and Kaz ask him about the days leading up to his Money in the Bank cash-in on Raw, as well as his veteran presence in the locker room, and much more (02:00). Later, David and Kaz discuss Adam Cole’s debut match on Dynamite and next week’s Grand Slam card (44:00). They also talk about some of the new faces on NXT 2.0 (56:30), before briefly discussing the Demon and Brock Lesnar’s appearances on Smackdown (1:09:00).
The Bloodline came out to talk to the audience, and Roman Reigns started off by telling the crowd to acknowledge him, as is his tradition. He then asked Heyman to educate the people on how to acknowledge him, and Heyman went on his normal rant. He then said Finn Balor fears Roman Reigns, and if he doesn't fear him, why did he need to tap into his demons to defeat the Tribal Chief. Heyman then talked about Brock Lesnar, saying he also fears Reigns. Heyman said he has known Lesnar closely for over 20 years, and that he hasn't seen fear in his eyes until now. That's when Big E showed up, holding his WWE Championship.
Earlier this week on Monday Night Raw Big E declared that he would be cashing in his Money in the Bank contract on the winner of the main event, and he did just that. Bobby Lashley successfully defended the WWE Title against Randy Orton on Raw, and after it was said and done Big E cashed in on Lashley to become the new WWE Champion.
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During the main event of the last episode of Monday Night Raw last Monday, Big E managed to beat the WWE Champion in office, Bobby Lashley, cashing in the titled chance to which his Money in the Bank briefcase was entitled, won in the Stamford-based company's pay-per-view of the same name.
WWE has announced a few additions to the lineup for Monday's episode of Raw. The WWE Women's Tag Team titles will be on the line as Natalya & Tamina defend their titles against Nikki A.S.H. & Rhea Ripley on Monday night. Ripley & Nikki A.S.H. defeated Natalya & Tamina in a non-title match on the September 6 edition of the show.
WWE is claiming that MVP is "out indefinitely" after suffering an injury on this week's Raw. "BREAKING: Due to an RKO from @RandyOrton this past Monday night on #WWERaw, @The305MVP suffered a broken rib and is out indefinitely," WWE announced on Thursday night. "While I'm out suffering from this broken...
MVP will be out of action indefinitely after WWE announced that the RKO he received from Randy Orton on RAW caused a broken rib. In the advertised main event of RAW, MVP was ringside as his associate Bobby Lashley defended his WWE Championship against one-half of the current RAW Tag Team Champions, Randy Orton. With Orton’s partner Riddle watching on, Orton took exception to MVP’s presence during the match, delivering an RKO on the outside of the ring.
A world title change on Raw, the crowning of a new champ on an NXT reset filled with green second generation wrestlers, more exciting AEW episodes of Dynamite and Rampage and fallout from the MSG Smackdown that scored a significantly improved rating are among the top stories in another very newsworthy week in pro wrestling.
The majority of the Monday Night Raw roster reportedly stayed at the show this past week in order to watch Big E catch in his Money In The Bank contract and win the WWE Championship. The Monday 13 September episode of Raw ended with Big E cashing in his contract...
Kurt Angle was one of the greatest wrestlers of the modern era, despite the overwhelming skepticism that hovered over him early in his career. The 52-year-old from Mount Lebanon is the only superstar ever to have held the WWE Championship, WWE World Heavyweight Championship, WCW World Heavyweight Championship, TNA World Heavyweight Championship and IWGP Third Belt Championship.
Bray Wyatt (real name Windham Rotunda) has kept mostly quiet on social media ever since his sudden WWE release back in July. But the former WWE Champion popped up on Twitter on Wednesday to post a few messages, the first being a tease of what he'll be doing next in the wrestling world. He responded to a few fans saying they missed him in a thread, writing, "Everything will be clear. I'll see you all very soon. Revenge is a confession of pain," then telling another, "You've NEVER seen the real me."
WWE has announced more matches and segments for Monday’s Extreme Rules go-home edition of RAW from Raleigh NC. Previously announced for RAW was Nia Jax vs. Shayna Baszler and the 6-man main event with The Bloodline vs. The New Day. Below is the updated lineup for Monday’s show- -Natalya &...
WWE has announced that a member of the Monday Night Raw roster has suffered a broken rib and is going to be out of action for the foreseeable future. With a post on social media in the late hours of Thursday evening, WWE confirmed that MVP had broken one of his ribs on Raw, with the manager set to be out for an indefinite period of time.
Windham Rotunda (fka WWE’s Bray Wyatt) took to Twitter today and reacted to Big E’s WWE Title win. Wyatt praised Big E as being the kind of guy his co-workers line up to congratulate, and called his title win a good look for the company. “I am late on this,...
There was universal acclaim among fans for Big E's WWE Championship win on Monday Night Raw.Credit: WWE.com. In what was many months—if not years—in the making, Big E cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase on the September 13 edition of Raw to become the brand-new WWE champion. The...