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Chad Gable is a lot of things; he’s a WWE lifer who has been working for the company for nine years, he’s an Olympian who represented the United States in 2012, and even runs his own wrestling school, The Alpha Academy, which currently only has one student, Otis, but the quality is more important than quantity, as they say. In the ring, Gable is fantastic, a pro’s pro who did more with the “Shorty G” character than nearly any other performer could, and on the mic, he can get under a crowd’s skin better than just about anyone else.
When WWE signed Ronda Rousey, it was supposed to be a game-changer. One of the most popular MMA fighters of all time who quite literally changed the face of the industry forever, Rousey’s addition to WWE fully shattered any remnants of the “Divas Division” and boldly declared that women in The Fed could be legit brawlers who wouldn’t bat an eye while they break their opponent’s arm with a Fujiwara armbar.
What in the sam heck is going on with CM Punk? Is he going to return to AEW? Remain under contract but never appear on the promotion again? Secure a buyout from Tony Khan and then jump ship back to WWE, where he could potentially wrestle someone like “Stone Cole” Steve Austin at WrestleMania 39? And what about The Elite? After Kenny Omega tried to push aside the tension between himself, the Young Bucks, and “The Best in the World,” AEW’s remaining EVPs certainly took enough shots at him to warrant multiple think pieces and “people close to Punk” weighing in on his supposed thoughts on the match.
To paraphrase an old saying, when in a WWE WarGames Match, do as the WarGames do. After reinvigorating the WarGames format in NXT during his run as the head booker, Triple H shocked the world once more when he announced that Survivor Series would feature not one but two of the double-ringed cage matches, one […] The post Becky Lynch wins WarGames in a triumphant WWE return appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Mia Yim has been back in WWE for roughly three weeks, and what a three weeks it has been. Initially emerging as “The Answer to The OC’s Rhea Ripley problem,” Yim has worked one singles match, was asked to work WarGames by both Team Damage CTRL and Team Bianca Belair – she chose the latter – and then took part in the namesake match of Survivor Series WarGames in a winning effort roughly three years after she was unable to work the match at NXT TakeOver: WarGames in 2019 due to a backstage attack by Dakota Kai that, curiously enough, put “King Kota” in the match in her place.