Terence Crawford 'Knocks Out' WWE Superstar on SmackDown
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by Tayyib Abu
2d ago
WWE Undisputed Champion Cody Rhodes got a surprise helping hand on Friday Night SmackDown from none other than boxing superstar Terence Crawford. This past week, SmackDown emanated from Omaha, Nebraska, and cameras spotted Crawford in the front row. Rhodes fist-bumped the 36-year-old before he himself decided to enter the ring to address the actions of Solo Sikoa and The Bloodline ..read more
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Big E Offers Update To WWE Fans Regarding Return
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by Lewis Lawes-Cole
5d ago
Big E has provided WWE fans with an update about a potential return to the wrestling ring, and outlined what would need to happen for him to be medically cleared. As hard as it may be to believe, its now been well over two years since the former WWE Champion suffered a serious injury which cast major doubt over his in-ring future ..read more
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Why WWE Will Air a Taped Episode of Smackdown Next Week
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by Callum Altimas
6d ago
WWE will air a pre-taped edition of Smackdown on Friday, 26 July, as opposed to their usual live format due to a tour of Japan which will be unfolding at the same time. For the first 17 years of its run, Smackdown was pre-taped, but beginning in 2016, the decision was made for the show to start airing live every single week ..read more
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Rob Van Dam Wants Rematch With John Cena Before He Retires
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by Lewis Lawes-Cole
6d ago
Rob Van Dam has revealed that he'd love to return to WWE and face off against John Cena one more time following the news of the Champ's upcoming retirement. At Money in the Bank 2024, Cena appeared and announced his plans to retire from WWE in 2025. Fans are still reeling from the idea that, at most, we may only have another year and a half left to see the 16-time world champion in the squared circle. As it stands, the upcoming Royal Rumble and WrestleMania events will be his last of the kind, as he aims to have ended his career by the end of the next calendar year ..read more
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Why John Cena Wrestles in Jorts
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by Lewis Lawes-Cole
1w ago
John Cena has dominated the headlines ever since he announced his retirement plans at WWE Money in the Bank 2024. During the event, the iconic superstar made his entrance in front of the Toronto audience and laid out his plans to finish his illustrious career. To the surprise of many, it was stated that the end of Cenas career wont fall at a WrestleMania. Instead, the Show of Shows next April will be just one stop on his retirement tour which will see him make many dates with WWE across the entirety of 2025, as he looks to give back as much as possible before the curtain falls on his incredibl ..read more
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When Roman Reigns Will Make His WWE Return
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by Lewis Lawes-Cole
1w ago
Roman Reigns will return to the WWE in the very near future, with an appearance at Summerslam very likely, according to reports. At WrestleMania 40, fans rejoiced as Cody Rhodes finally captured the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship after he hit Reigns with three consecutive Cross Rhodes to pin The Tribal Chief. The victory came following a rollercoaster ride which saw run-ins from legends like The Rock, John Cena and The Undertaker, and many were left wondering what exactly theyd just seen once Rhodes lifted the gold above his head ..read more
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Booker T Names WWE 'GOAT'
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by Lewis Lawes-Cole
1w ago
Booker T has revealed that he thinks John Cena is the greatest WWE superstar of all time. In its over 70-year history, the WWE has seen some serious talent walk through its doors. From world superstars like Hulk Hogan to otherworldly characters such as The Undertaker and high-flyers like Rey Mysterio, the company have profited from some truly iconic names in its existence, but the question always remains over who the best to ever pass through WWE truly is ..read more
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The 8 Best Rivalries of John Cena's WWE Career [Ranked]
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by Lewis Lawes-Cole
1w ago
At WWE Money in the Bank 2024, John Cena delivered the news that he will retire from wrestling in 2025. The announcement means that we have no more than 18 months left of the 16-time world champions career, and, as such, attention will rightly turn to what fans still want to see from him before he hangs up his boots. However, his impending retirement has allowed many to reflect on what his legendary career has brought us so far ..read more
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What Happened to Shawn Michaels' Eye Explained
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by Morgan Jayne
1w ago
Shawn Michaels is considered one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time. He is a former multiple-time champion and has competed in some of the best matches in history. Like many wrestlers, however, he has suffered his fair share of injuries, the most notable being his lazy eye ..read more
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Vince McMahon's Office Checklist for WWE Events Back in 2007
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by Ambarish Awale
1w ago
Former WWE boss Vince McMahon was known for having some very particular habits and pet peeves. The controversial businessman came into a conversation recently when Reddit user u/Villano5 shared a picture of Vinces office checklist ..read more
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