WWE Superstar FIRED! Seth Rollins & Others Challenges CM PUNK! TLC Matches LEAKED! Wrestling News!

WWE Superstar FIRED! Seth Rollins & Others Challenges CM PUNK! TLC Matches LEAKED! Wrestling News!


Here is your news for
November 14, 2019 We’re kicking off by looking at
the main event of NXT, as Mia
Yim and Io Shirai battled in a ladder match to
see which team gets the
advantage at WarGames. Though the match was great,this
wasn’t the first time these two
Superstars were on the show as earlier that night, fans saw
Tegan Nox and Rhea Ripley
attacked backstage. Many fans believed that this was
an attack by Shayna Baszler
ahead of the show, until the Queen of Spades’ henchwoman
Jessamyn Duke and Marina
Shafir were down as well. Putting this on the back burner,
the main event saw Shirai
defeat Yim (who suffered a nasty fall from one ladder through
another), and also received
helpfrom NXT UK’s Kay Lee Ray. When Bianca Bel Air joined Io
and Kay Lee in the ring,
Bazler applauded the group indicating that the NXT UK
Women’s Champion will be
her team’s fourth member. Things seemed to be going well
for the Queen of Spades, until
she was attacked by SmackDown Women’s
Champion Bayley, who
ambushed Baszler with a chair ahead of the two
meeting at Survivor Series
against Becky Lynch. The NXT crowd were rightly
shocked by the attack, as
Bayley was at one point the most lovable star on the
gold brand, but this time is
far over. With Survivor Series less than
two weeks away, could Becky
Lynch invade NXT next week? Stay
tune to find out… While fans may still be reeling
from CM Punk’s shocking
return to the WWE it should be mentioned that
Punk is actually working for
FOX, not his old employer. With that said, this tidbit of
information hasn’t stopped
many fans and Superstars expressing their delight of the
news, with Backstage host
Renee Young enjoying some of the freedom
her new FOX contract allows
her. After WWE posted about Punk
on Twitter, Young told them
“tag him you cowards!”, a cheeky move
by the Canadian but one she
is in a position to make. Young’s fellow WWE Backstage
star Paige also let herself be
heard agreeing with a fan who now
wants AJ Lee back in the fold
as well, whilst Seth Rollins wasted no time in challenging
Punk for a match. With Ricochet saying he’s the
next in line to face the Best in
the World there’s still no proof that the
retired Punk will ever lace up
his boots again, but the door for a potential return to a WWE-
produced show has just been
cracked open slightly. SmackDown’s Universal
Champion Bray Wyatt also
commented on Punk’s return sharing an image from the
pair’s Nexus days, when
Punk whipped the then-Husky Harris to prove his loyalty, a
painful moment that the
Fiend hasn’t forgotten. Since Punk’s shock return on
WWE Backstage, there’s been
plenty of speculation on what will happen next, and it seems
that the Chicago Made star may
be around for quite some time. Before indie wrestlers’ debut in
WWE, they’ll often take down
their ProWrestlingTees shop allowing WWE control of all their
merchandising, which is some
thing Punk has done as well. Now, if you go to Punk’s Tees
page, you’ll find an error 404
page, but there are some fans who aren’t happy
with the former World Champion. There are some online who
are calling Punk a sellout
for returning to WWE, which would be
hurtful if true, but it isn’t. The facts are that Punk has
signed with FOX to work on WWE
Backstage, not the wrestling promotion, so fans shouldn’t
expect to see him on RAW, Smack
Down or NXT anytime soon. We know that Punk won’t be
wrestling in WWE anytime
soon, but sadly neither will Johnny Gargano, who was
confirmed to be injured during
last night’s edition of NXT. Due to his injury, Gargano won’t
be a part of either WarGames
or Survivor Series and whilst the former NXT
Champion said he’s proud
of the NXT Superstars for their recent invasions, you
know he wants to be with them. The NXT Grand Slam Champion
looked to be on a collision
course with Finn Balor for next Saturday’s event, after
the Irish Superstar attacked Gargano as part of his heel
turn, but for now, this feud is off Gargano would have also been
a logical fit as part of the NXT
men’s Survivor Series team, but now
the role will have to go to some
one like Tomasso Ciampa, or perhaps reigning
NXT Champion Adam Cole. With more fans now seeing NXT
than ever before, thanks to
both the recent invasion storyline and the move to the
USA Network, it’s a shame
that the show is missing not one, but three of its biggest
stars, as there’s no news that
Velveteen Dream or Kushida will be ready for action in
Chicago by next Saturday. With Gargano’s neck injury
keeping him out of action
at TakeOver, some had hoped that Finn Balor,who
knows all about how bad an
untimely injury can be would show sympathy, but that
wasn’t what the new Prince
had in mind. Appearing in the ring during last
night’s show, Balor said he was
disgusted at what NXT had become, and
even referred to Gargano’s
neck injury as a bruise that kept the heart
of NXT out of action. With Gargano unable to
compete, the inaugural
Universal Champion turned his attention to Matt
Riddle, who he attacked
last week, but paid the price this week when the
Original Bro struck Riddle didn’t get far in this
attack though, as he was
blocked by the Undisputed Era, who seemed
to form a suspicious alliance
with the Irish Superstar. This team-up could just be
because Cole and RIddle
have been feuding, and the group wanted to send
a message to the King of Bros,
but a partnership between the Undisputed Era and Balor
could be some seriously
good programming. When Tommaso Ciampa and
Keith Lee joined Riddle to fight
off the group, Balor quietly made his exist, and all this led
to a Lee Vs. Roderick Strong
match which was won by Lee. When the Undisputed interfered
in that matched and team
Tommaso tried to even the score, Balor returned
to decimate the King of Bros,
and the news is now that Riddle has been replaced
by Dominik Dijakovic in the
War Games match so he can instead face the
Prince of NXT. With Dijakovic replacing Riddle,
that still means there is one
spot left to fill on Ciampa’s team, but
fans will have to wait and
see to find out who. Back to Backstage now, and
it’s been a while since
Samoa Joe was seen seen in a WWE ring, as he’s been
out dealing with a thumb injury,
but the former US Champion did appear as a guest host on
the show, where Renee Young
asked for an update. Joe said: ““The status update is we’re
kind of taking it day-by-day
but recovery is going well. Hopefully a few
more weeks and we’re back
and rolling.” If this prognosis is true, then
Joe will be back just after
Survivor Series and will be right on schedule
for the Royal Rumble and
road to WrestleMania 36. One Superstar who fans won’t
be seeing at WrestleMania, or
at any shows in the future is Jordan Myles, who has publicly
quit the company after the recent
controversial t-shirt. The shirt, which many have said
has allusions to Blackface, has
been the topic of debate for a month now, as
the white smile and red back
ground on a black shirt has made many, including
Myles, see it as referencing
blackface, and Myles described the shirt as a slap in the face for
every African American
performer, fan and supporter. In a scathing video, Myles said
he didn’t want to go by his
quote “slave name”, but was instead going back to
ACH. In the video, the former
Superstar said: “As of today, I like to officially
announce that I quit f***ing
WWE. I’m no longer It’s a real shame that this incident
had to come to this, but we wish ACH all the best in whatever
he has planned next in his
young career. Speaking of name changes,
SmackDown Superstar Ali has now had the Mustafa part of
his name given back to him. The name change occurred
earlier this year, and Mustafa
was just one of several Superstars to
have lost part of their name
over the years, with Alexander Rusev and Big
E Langston also being victims. It’s unclear why the name was
given back, but all we know
is that fans should expect to see
plenty of Mustafa Ali merch
from now on. We’re looking ahead to next
month now, and the WWE is
bringing their TLC Pay Per View to the
Target Center in Minneapolis
on December 15th. The arena is already advertising
some huge matches, as they’re
claiming that Charlotte Flair and Becky
Lynch will face the WWE
Women’s Tag Team Champions the Kabuki Warriors in what
they’re calling the first-ever
women’s TLC match. Someone may need to remind
them that there already has
been a women’s TLC match, which
was won by Asuka, and a
second TLC match, involving King Corbin and Roman
Reigns is also being advertised Rusev and Bobby Lashley are
also expected to continue
their feud into December, but its not known
whether the rumored match between the two will have a
stipulation attached to it. It’s important to remember that
like all WWE shows, the card
is subject to change, but it certainly appears that WWE is
gearing up for another milestone
in the Women’s Revolution. Fans will remember that for all
the many opponents The Man
has beaten this year, she is is yet to defeat Asuka, but doing
just that at TLC could see the
return of Becky Two Belts. We’re wrapping up our news
from NXT now, as the show had plenty of action in its two hours
on the USA Network. In the show’s opener, Lio Rush
defeated Angel Garza to retain
the NXT Cruiserweight Championship,
after Garza qualified for the
match last week. In women’s action, Xia Li once
again used her dangerous
feet to score a big win, using her signature kicks to
defeat Aliyah, who required
medical attention after the match. Following the pre-mentioned
incidents with the Undisputed
Era and the match between Lee
and Strong, fans next saw Isiah
Swere Scott face Bronson Reed in a battle of two of
NXT’s most talented rookies One-upping each other constantly,
it was Scott who got the win on this occasion, but a post-match
handshake between the
two showed that there is a level of respect
between the two opponents. The war between Killian Dain,
Pete Dunne and Damian Priest
continued this week as whilst Dunne and Dain sought
to settle their issues in a scheduled
singles match, the contest never took place, as Priest blind
sided the Northern Ireland Night
mare during his entrance. With no opponent, Dunne
decided to fight Priest, but it
wasn’t long until Security broke the two apart, but one
member of the crew took a
running crucifix bomb by Priest onto their colleagues, leaving
the Archer of Infamy standing
tall on this occasion. NXT may have been a huge
show and built to both War
Games and Survivor Series nicely, but it wasn’t
the only wrestling available for
fans to see last night. AEW Dynamite was in Nashville
this week, and whilst the fans
were pleased to see AEW World Champion
Chris Jericho, he wasn’t
pleased to see them. Demanding a thank you from
everyone in AEW for retaining
his title at last week’s Full Gear, the fans gave
Jericho exactly what he wanted,
but the champ retorted by saying that the fans
didn’t matter and it wasn’t their
approval he was seeking. Interrupted by MJF, who turned
on Cody Rhodes at Full Gear,
MJF claimed that Rhodes was trying to keep him
down, and put himself forward
to joining the Inner Circle. After Cody appeared, a brawl
naturally ensued, but Jericho
was able to escape before appearing in
the main event, with Sammy
Guevara. Last night’s show also showed
how dangerous Jon Moxley
can be, as the Lunatic claimed that everything
he said would happen at Full
Gear came true. Meeting Michael Nakazawa, the
match was a complete squash,
with Moxley hitting the Paradigm shift in seconds to get
the win, and post-match, said if
anyone in the locker room wants to challenge him,
they should kiss their loved
ones goodbye. The war between AEW and the
Inner Circle was in full effect
during the show, as the Young Bucks were seen
brawling backstage with
Santana and Ortiz. It wasn’t long until the fight spilled
to the ringside, and after the
Bucks hit superkicks on security, the Inner Circle duo laid out their
bosses, and attacked Nick’s right
leg with a blackjack. Power bombing Matt through a
section of the stage for his
troubles it took Brandon Cutler and
Private Party to eventually cause
Santana and Ortiz to back off, and the pair will meet Private
Party on next week’s show. In Women’s division action,
Nyla Rose made quick work
of Danni Jordan leveling her much smaller
opponent with a big boot,
and following up with a lariat, Samoan Drop
and Beast Bomb to get
the win. PAC also continued his
successful ways during the
show, defeating Hangman Page, who is quickly
gaining a reputation in the
company of someone who can’t quite
win the big one. After a back and forth match,
Pac was able to hit a series
of stomps to Page’s head, and eventally
a Black arrow and Brutalizer
to get the win. In Tag team action, the Dark
Oder defeated Jungle Boy
and Marko Stunt but it seems the war between
these two groups is far from
over. After the match, Uno tried to
recruit Stunt to the Dark Order though Stunt refused to
abandon his tag partner. Uno even said he respects the
decision but had the creepers
attack the two babyfaces, in a powerful
message to the entire tag team
division. Though the numbers were
against him, Darby Allin was
able to hold his own during last night’s show,
defeating Shawn Spears and
Peter Avalon in handicap action. As if the 2-on-1 handicap
wasn’t bad enough, Allin
also had to avoid attempted interference by
Bates, but hit a cutter and
coffin drop for the win. After the big win, Allin grabbed
the mic and accepted Jon
Moxley’s challenge as a match pitting the two
against each other has been
confirmed for next week. After all this, it was time for the
main event, as Jericho and Guevara challenged for
the SCU’s AEW Tag Titles, but the match was a setback
for Jericho, who suffered his
first pinfall loss in AEW. As the show ended, Jericho
was seen having a tantrum
in the ring so fans will have to wait and
see what he does next. A fun way to end the show, it’ll
be interesting to see which
company won the ratings war this week, as WWE has closed
the gap to less than 10,000
fans difference last week.

42 Comments

  1. Dude bitching about a slave name and never been a slave. Gtfoh, find any job where you aren't a slave, I bet you won't

  2. Myles is fucking gross people are fucking tired of mediocre blacks crying racism when they fail its fucking embarrassing

  3. Ach lol meh. Sucks as a performer so he pulls the race card to become relevant because now everything is considered offensive.

  4. I really hope Becky Lynch invades NXT and I hope she can bring the whole Monday Night Raw roster along with her they need to get a whole lot a payback and a whole lot of bed bench so should the Monday night wrong man and in the Monday Night Raw women in the whole entire SmackDown roster they both need trim they both need to invade and next I can't wait until Ruby Riot come back and with Morgan

  5. I like really who the fuck even cares about him I feel like he's just one of those people that wants to pick a fight but anyting fuck ACH and this is coming from a black person

  6. Can can you please do a video about Alexa wish I can't wait until noon to Miss Allison breast I can't wait till she come back I want to be able to see her and a wrestling ring not very hard to see her sooner or later she shouldn't have to retire because of injury just keep her out of the Marines I would hate to see her go he should be ashamed of himself I really hope she makes her shocking with turn a way to say screw you Mr Man and I would like to air injury update about I'm starting to like her even more she's kind of becoming my favorite wrestler

  7. Great video overall, it’s to bad to hear the news with ACH I was looking forward to seeing him more on NXT. I am proud of my favorite superstar Bayley! she can hold her own, and now she attacked both becky lynch and Shaina Basler on their brands Raw and NXT which is good for her Momentum. Chris Jericho may have lose his match but he only has one lose on his AEW record.

  8. I won't watch AEW because they promote transweirdo's. That's just sick. Get the man the mental health therapy he needs instead. SMH

  9. so the same fans who've been howling at the moon for punk to come back to wwe are now calling for his head and demanding he is a spineless sellout…… because he appeared on wwe programming.
    anyone else having flashbacks of the way fans DEMANDED roman reigns be given ALL THE PUSHES, only to turn on him like a mother in law when wwe actually gave them what they asked for?

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