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MJF has been a member of AEW since February of 2019, when he joined the promotion’s inaugural class of talent. At the time, Maxwell Jacob Friedman wasn’t supposed to become a main event star and didn’t have much pedigree to professional wrestling fans outside of the North East and/or devotees of Court Bauer’s Major League […] The post Matt Hardy has high hopes for MJF’s AEW Championship reign appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Is Theory back in Levesque’s good graces? Did he ever leave Levesque’s good graces? Or is his professional handling of the situation what put him in Levesque’s favor in the first place, as the former 14-time champion did have to suffer through the ramifications of “The Curtain Call” for nothing more than a goodbye hug between long-time friends?
Action Bronson is a lot of things; he’s a rapper – obviously – a travel show host, a cookbook writer, and even a movie star, but what about a professional wrestler? I mean, he did rap Hook down to the ring at AEW All Out and then even worked a match alongside the “Cold-hearted Handsom Devil” at Grand Slam in his native New York City, but those were both one-offs, right? There’s no way Bronson is about to become the next Andy Williams, a musician-turned-wrestler who has been working in AEW as The Butcher alongside playing in popular post-hardcore band Every Time I Die, or even a part-time performer like Logan Paul, who rills through WWE for big shows, right? Well, according to the man himself via TMZ – h/t Fightful – there should be plenty of opportunities for the “White Bronco” to throw down in the ring once more.
When Michael Cole ran through the histories of A.J. Styles and Finn Balor, not just in WWE but in New Japan Pro Wrestling, where the duo were both members and eventually leaders of Bullet Club, it proved one thing and one thing only: this isn’t your Daddy’s WWE. Now sure, it’s borderline impossible to accurately […] The post A.J. Styles beats Finn Balor in WWE’s Bullet Club battle royal appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Rey Fenix has found himself at an impasse in the AEW Galaxy. On paper, Death Triangle is on a roll, scoring two huge wins over The Elite in their first matches back with Tony Khan’s promotion. But in order to secure the wins, Fenix has had to watch his team resort to cheating, using a ring bell hammer to secure the W in subsequent contests.
And just that, it was done; WWE’s Survivor Series WarGames is officially over, and needless to say, fans of The Fed the world over will be talking about this one for a long, long time. From Becky Lynch’s big-time return in a huge way to the WWE Universe as...
Though it feels like just this month the WWE Universe invaded Saudi Arabia for a Roman Reigns-Logan Paul-led card at Crown Jewel – don’t check your calender, it was this month – Paul “Triple H” Levesque and his creative team are back at it again and this time, they’re bringing an extra ring for good measure.
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.
Ronda Rousey is one of the baddest women on the planet; she was a transcendent force in the MMA world, parlayed her talents into roles in movies like The Fast and the Furious 7, and has since taken the professional wrestling world by storm as well, with three different title reigns as a WWE Superstar […] The post Ronda Rousey survives Shotzi at WWE Survivor Series appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Though it feels like they’ve been working together forever, Sami Zayn has only been part of WWE’s The Bloodline for roughly six months, when he started hanging around the faction shortly after WrestleMania. Since then, Zayn has weaseled his way into (almost) every member of the faction’s heart, including Solo Sikoa, who wasn’t even a member of the group at the time, and even earned an official title, becoming the “Honorary Uce” in one of the most entertaining segments WWE has committed to screen in years.
Thanksgiving is a day to get together, grab some food, and celebrate family, but what if you think your father is a no-good, deadbeat piece of you-know-what? Well, if you’re Dominik Mysterio and your father is Rey Mysterio, you bring your new female friend to dinner whether you’re invited or not – plus a WWE […] The post WWE’s Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley attack Rey Mysterio on Thanksgiving appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Paul Heyman doesn’t think Roman Reigns gets the respect he deserves from the WWE Universe and the greater professional wrestling world as a whole. Now sure, maybe that’s just a manager hyping up his client or the sort of old-man-yelling-at-clouds schtick that Rodney Dangerfield had mastered by the 1980s, but when talking to Jonathan Snowden for a feature on Reigns for The Ringer, Paul E. pitched a pretty compelling case.