Here’s a preview of tonight’s episode of The Amazing Race
, which features Brooke Tessmacher walking a tightrope suspended between two buildings. Safety harness or not, this is some scary stuff.
Brooke and fellow TNA performer Robbie E have been competing as a team on the CBS series, which airs Fridays at 8pm ET.
Ring of Honor presents Final Battle, live on pay-per-view on Sunday, December 7th at 8pm ET from Terminal 5 in New York City. Check here for a list
of cable and satellite providers that will carry the event.
Seven matches have been announced by Ring of Honor. They are:
ROH World Championship Fight Without Honor
Adam Cole v. Jay Briscoe
ROH World TV Championship Match
Matt Sydal v. Jay Lethal
ROH World Tag Team Championship Match
The Time Splitters v. reDRagon
The Young Bucks & ACH v. The Addiction & Cedric Alexander
Michael Elgin v. Tommaso Ciampa
RD Evans v. Moose
Roderick Strong v. Adam Page
Kevin Steen is on his way to NXT and WWE has released a teaser video, detailing his motivations for fighting along with confirming his new name, Kevin Owens.
NXT has quickly become the most entertaining weekly show WWE has to offer and it’s only getting better.
It was 24 years ago on Thanksgiving that the then-WWF revealed the contents of an egg sitting by the entrance way during Survivor Series. The Gobbledy Gooker emerged from the shell and the result was one of the lamest – and now most legendary – debuts in pro wrestling history.
Daniel Bryan returned to Raw on Monday to run the show for a night but his in-ring return date is still an uncertainty, according to the man himself. In this interview conducted by Michael Cole, Bryan discusses Survivor Series, Sting’s appearance and his thoughts on Monday’s Raw.
WWE has released Sting’s entrance video which features his new theme music.
I still would rather they just went with his old WCW crow music.
Raw opened last night in its usual fashion, with a long talking segment featuring The Authority. This one was a little different, however, as it was a farewell from Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. As the two spewed venom at the WWE Universe for applauding their demise, Daniel Bryan interrupted the duo to say his own goodbye.
We were promised that a “new and improved” Fandango would return at Survivor Series and the man himself did wrestle on the free kickoff show. Whether or not it was really all that new or much of an improvement is up for debate, but nonetheless Fandango is back, with new theme music, a new entrance and Rosa Mendes at his side.
Survivor Series 2004, much like this year’s event, only featured two traditional elimination matches; Team Angle (Kurt Angle, Carlito, Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak) v. Team Guerrero (Eddie Guerrero, Big Show, Rob Van Dam and John Cena) and Team Triple H (Triple H, Edge, Snitsky and Batista) v. Team Orton (Randy Orton, Maven, Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit).
The penultimate match on the card, though, was for the WWE Championship as JBL defended his title against Booker T. Let’s rewind 10 years time and re-live the match as we await WWE’s presentation of the 2014 version of Survivor Series.
As we gear up for tonight’s Survivor Series, let’s take a look back at the 2001 version of the event, as posted on WWE’s YouTube page. This was the culmination of the “WCW invasion” storyline, which was so much worse and more convoluted than it could have been. The main event of Survivor Series 2001 was Team WWF v. The Alliance in a traditional elimination match where the winning team’s company would stay in business while the other’s doors would be shuttered, at least in kayfabe.
Team WWF was comprised of The Rock, Chris Jericho, Undertaker, Kane and Big Show while the Alliance squad was made up of Steve Austin, Rob Van Dam, Kurt Angle (who never competed for WCW or ECW), Booker T and Shane McMahon.