The Superstar Shake-up began on Monday Night Raw, and SmackDown lost several performers while gaining an A-lister. Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, and Natalya were among the SmackDown wrestlers moving to the Red Brand. We also received…
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After five major WWE events in five nights, WrestleMania Week 2018 is in the books. The Grandest Stage featured a hefty dose of the good (Nicholas!), the bad (Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens remaining unemployed), and the ugly (whatever that main…
Both SmackDown world champions retained their titles at WrestleMania, while the tag-team and U.S. championships changed hands without the former champions being pinned or submitted. The Bludgeon Brothers ran roughshod in their triple-threat…
WWE.com advertised a full slate of matches for SmackDown tonight. All bouts lead to WrestleMania, as Jinder Mahal fights his spurned Mania plus-one (Rusev), eight battle royal contestants square off, and AJ Styles teams with Shinsuke…
Daniel Bryan stars in: AFTERMATH!
Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn are the good guys now.
Why won’t Bobby Roode tell us if he respects Randy Orton?
Cena and Styles work their magic yet again.
Styles stays phenomenal while Owens and Zayn hug it out.
Heroic bad guys and a sleazy top face chase championship gold.
More “Fight Forever” and fewer goofy graphics make for a better show.
What the hell were all of those graphics about?
Zayn and Owens seek to handicap Styles before the Rumble.
A Glorious finale leads to a new U.S. Champion.
Stipulations run amok as the Authority battles itself.
Rusev sings, Corbin stares, Sami wins.
A mostly cringe-free holiday extravaganza.
Behold! The world’s least interesting match stipulation.
Another McMahon gives Zayn and Owens no chance in hell.