On the eve of the launch of the WWE Network, the slightly lame duck Elimination Chamber should be pretty darn good. We’ll get some answers tonight.
Here’s our Elimination Chamber play by play: Continue reading
In addition to the actual main event featuring Randy Orton, Christian, John Cena, Sheamus, Daniel Bryan and Antonio Cesaro, you have the white hot Shield vs. Wyatt Family match finally happening and some nice undercard matches with younger talent like the Usos and Big E as well as Batista’s solo return.
But about that main event… Continue reading
Late last week, we put in our predictions on who would win the Elimination Chamber cage match. It should be a good show, especially as it pertains to WrestleMania story
Brodus Clay and Tensai beat The Rhodes Scholars before the PPV started.
1. The Big Show vs. Alberto Del Rio
The match was okay and worked around the arm bar. Del Rio got it on him three times before the Big Show finally tapped. Ricardo kept getting on the apron and interfering. At one point, Show had Ricardo’s bucket and Del Rio was supposed to kick it into Show’s face, but he missed and they had to do the spot over again. That was worse than James White missing 10 dunks in a row last night. No Ziggler.
Winner: Alberto Del Rio
2. Antonio Cesaro vs. The Miz Continue reading
Sunday is WWE Elimination Chamber, the last PPV before WrestleMania. The Rock faces CM Punk in a rematch from Royal Rumble as the main event. The Elimination Chamber cage match, which is one of the marquee matches of the year is second billing this year, and maybe even third billing depending on how important you think The Shield vs. John Cena, Sheamus, and Ryback is.
But, because the winner of the Elimination Chamber will face the World Champion at WrestleMania, it’s still an important match.
I asked the FGB crew (as well as one of our friends) to predict who wins this match. Here are the predictions:
Duan: Randy Orton Continue reading
(Excuse my nasally drone – I’m not quite yet over a nasty cold.)
Jason aka @dadrrtywhyteboi, and I are back after a one-week hiatus after the emotionally exhausting Super Bowl.
We quickly discuss the Super Bowl and Jason calls me out on my homerism. My reply? Yah, but still.
We the preview the upcoming card for Elimination Chamber. The booking so far has left a lot to be desired and we wonder if they’re just steam rolling through to get to WrestleMania planning. We go over each match and wonder if there will be any surprises like a Brock Lesnar sighting or a secret entry into the Chamber match like Christian.
We discuss the first episode of the very well received Primetime episode promoting Ronda Rousey vs. Liz Carmouche. Is it the best hype show ever? No, but it’s very good. You can watch it here: UFC Primetime – Rousey Vs. Carmouche Episode One.
Lastly, Jason hypes up the UFC On Fuel 7 show with Renan Barao headlining and defending his interim championship against Michael “Doobie” McDonald.
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