Posts Tagged ‘WWE’

WWE Cruiserweight Classic Seeds

July 12, 2016

imageAfter a lot of debating, chairshots, and careful analysis, the fighterhayabusa.com writers seeded all of the CWC participants from 1 to 32. The biggest controversy is a product from the first round match up of Zack Sabre Jr. and Tyson Dux. Dux is seeded here a lowly #29, which is not indicative of his talent and years of wrestling experience.

1 Kota Ibushi
2 Zack Sabre Jr.
3 Akira Tozawa
4 TJ Perkins

5 Brian Kendrick
6 Gran Metalik
7 Rich Swann
8 Noam Dar

9 Tajiri
10 Lince Dorado
11 Tony Nese
12 Daivari

13 Drew Gulak
14 Johnny Gargano
15 Cedric Alexander
16 Jack Gallagher

17 Tommaso Ciampa
18 Clement Petiot
19 H. Shira
20 Fabian Aichner

21 Anthony Bennet
22 Mustafa Ali
23 Damian Slater
24 Hoho Lun

25 Shira, G.
26 Alejandro Saez
27 Raul Mendoza
28 Jason Lee

29 Tyson Dux
30 Kenneth Johnson
31 Sean Maluta
32 Da Mack

Do you agree with the seeds? Let us know in the comments below!

Money in the Bank – Thoughts

June 15, 2015
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Who is our new Mr. Money in the Bank!?

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WWE Royal Rumble 2015 Predictions

January 23, 2015

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WWE World Heavyweight Title Match
Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena vs. Seth Rollins
Mascara De Fuego: John Cena… then Seth Rollins. I hate this prediction but I think this is the way they will book the show. Brock being the wild-card in regards to his contract leaves him in an odd place. Yeah, he will work WrestleMania but I don’t think they will put him in the main event since it will probably be his last show. I would love to see Brock stick around but I think its a forgone conclusion that 1-the WWE can’t afford to keep Brock around anymore and 2-the UFC can afford him… with that, Brock will lose the title to Cena (who unfortunately then ties Ric Flair with World Title wins) but as usual for Cena, he will get cashed in on (again) and lose the title to Seth Rollins who will then go to WrestleMania as champion. Let’s face it, he’s been the ONLY heel that they’ve built up into a place where main eventing Mania is actually viable option for him. Lord knows, they’ve been sucking at utilizing Brock Lesnar’s limited dates. Maybe on the way out, Brock can put over Roman Reigns WITHOUT the title on the line.
Great Puma: Brock Lesnar. If rumors of Brock heading back to Dana-Ville are true, Brock Lesnar should leave the WWE after losing his title to Daniel Bryan at Wrestlemania. This keeps Brock looking strong and allows him to come back on favorable terms, if and when he decides to come back. It would be bad business for Cena to win in Philadelphia on Sunday. There’s little doubt that the Philly crowd will drop a giant turd on any finish that doesn’t involve Seth Rollins or Brock Lesnar leaving the ring with the WWE title around their waists. I don’t know what they do with Cena for Wrestlemania and I don’t care. Brock vs. Bryan, and Sting vs. HHH is a strong pair of main events to build ‘Mania around.

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11-10-14 WWE RAW 

November 11, 2014
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Ryback is a face, no a heel, no really a face..?! Cena is back, same old shit… “where’s our network?!” chants… and these Survivor Series teams keep flip flopping…. sigh.

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WrestleMania 30 – Predictions & Thoughts

April 5, 2014

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WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match

Randy Orton vs. Batista vs. (Triple H or Daniel Bryan)

Great Puma: Daniel Bryan. Seeing Daniel Bryan close the show with two title belts in his hands is the main reason I’m going to Mascara De Fuego’s home to eat Hulk Hoagies and watch the pay per view. Wrestlemania 30 didn’t have a pulse until the possibility of his match was announced. This is the only way Wrestlemania 30 was meant to end and I can’t fathom any other way to end it.

Mascara De Fuego: Daniel Bryan. This match would have been DEAD in the water if they would have left this match as Orton vs. Batista. I think the obvious feeling was that NO ONE wanted to see this match. Luckily the match was turned into a triple threat with either Hunter or Bryan being added to the match. This match needs Daniel Bryan and this show needs to end with him winning the title and leading a massive “yes” chant in New Orleans to end the show. This should be a good match but has a lot of competition on what will actually steal the show that night.

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12-15-13 WWE TLC

December 15, 2013

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Why this Unification Match is a BAD idea…

December 5, 2013

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I think I am one of few who isn’t crazy about this unification match between Cena and Orton. I understand what most are saying with there only being one brand now but I thought I would list out my reasons on why I think one unified champion is flawed.

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10-06-13 WWE Battleground

October 6, 2013
Pre Show
-Miz, Titus O’Neil and Tensai join Josh Mathews on the Battleground panel for tonight. Tensai’s looks like someones lawyer or accountant.
Dolph Ziggler vs. Damien Sandow
-fast paced match from the get go which got a lot of time. Ziggler got the clean pin after the zig zag. good stuff start.
Winner: Ziggler
-El Torito hits on Renee Young in the back… fucking awkward.
main show
Hardcore Rules
World Champion Alberto Del Rio vs. Rob Van Dam
-not long before a chair gets used in this one setting up a tornado DDT by RVD for a 2 count. Later on in the match ladders and trash cans get used, its like a WWE check list for hardcore matches. Ricardo did get involved during the Del Rio arm bar on RVD. Both ADR and double R have a stare down before RR uses a bucket on Alberto before he got beat up. STIFF spot when RVD hit the 5 star off the ring apron onto ADR who had a ladder over top of him. Del Rio then used a chair on RVD’s arm as leverage on the arm bar for the win.
Winner: Del Rio
-in the back Team We The People cut a promo on cheering for your home town. Hey remember Jack Swagger? where did he go…. oh wait.
Real American’s w/Zeb Colter vs. Santino & Great Khali w/Hornswoggle
-slow paced match, crowd kind off out of it until the America’s corner Santino…. yeah it was Khali who got the hot tag… Holy shit moment… Cesaro gets the Cesaro Swing on Khali for the win after the pin, FUCK!!! See that shit!
Winner: Real American’s
 
Intercontinental Champion Curtis Axel w/Paul Heyman vs. R-Truth
-I don’t care about this match. fuck this went longer than it needed too… Hennig gets the neck swing thing for the pin.
Winner: Axel
Brie Bella w/Nikki vs. Diva’s Champion AJ Lee w/Tamina
-AJ’s facials are almost giving away that she’ losing the title tonight. Mid match Tamina jumped Nikki causing the distraction for the role up and the pin.
Winner: AJ
-Rhodes Family get a backstage promo with Renee. Goldust’s paint tonight is dope he looks like Darth Maul. Oh shit did Cody just claim half Cuban!?! oh fuck!
The Shield vs. The Rhodes Family
-I was really into this match, such a good build and story. Match was text book tag team wresting building up to a couple of hot tags. Dusty even got the bionic elbow on Ambrose which set up a DOPE crossroads on Rollins by Cody for the win. Match of the night! The Rhodes get met on the stage by roster and legends.
Winner: Cody & Goldust 
Kofi Kingston vs. Bray Wyatt w/the family 
-slow paced to start with sent the crowd back to sleep until mid match where the paced picked up. Kofi gets caught in the sister Abigail for the pin. He takes a beating after the match and gets a promo cut on him by Wyatt. Match did what it was suppose to for Bray.
Winner: Wyatt
CM Punk vs. Ryback w/Paul Heyman
-slow paced match with Ryback dominating most of it. Punk had a brief come back which Heyman stopped by cutting a promo during it. this one ended with Punk getting a low blow on Ryback behind the refs back… anticlimactic
Winner: Punk
WWE Championship Match
Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton
-oh fuck the feed goes out! looks like there was a power outage in Buffalo so luckily they didn’ start the match yet. well hopefully that wakes the crowd up. Match finally gets going, a lot of back and forth. Great forearm exchange before Bryan takes a suplex to the outside. GREAT series of drop kicks by Bryan from corner to corner. Orton finally ends up in the YES lock when Big Show comes out, pulls the ref out and KO’s Daniel Bryan…. Scott Armstrong then walks down to make the count when Big Show then pulls Scott out an KO’s him. Show then gets jaw jacked by Orton before he gets knocked out… Big Show then celebrates while Brad Maddox watches on… show ends…?!?!?!
Winner: no contest, what the fuck.
-worst ppv of the year.

WWE Night of Champions Predictions

September 15, 2013

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WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan

Mascara De Fuego: Randy Orton. There is a screw job coming our way in some form or fashion and Bryan isn’t leaving this ppv with the title. They need something where Bryan looks really strong though while still losing the match, maybe even a DQ finish. Yeah, I know it suck to finish a ppv main event with a DQ but having Bryan getting screwed prolongs this feud for a leave a few more months. Now that I think about it this could be another instance of Triple H sending Big Show out to knock out Bryan. Should be another good match by these two though.

Great Puma: Daniel Bryan. Fuck it. I know this feud has legs that can go for another 2 pay per views, but damnit, I’m DYING to see Daniel Bryan with that WWE Championship around his waist. The WWE has found another case of lightning in a bottle with Daniel Bryan and I just don’t think they should test the fans’ patience with keeping the title off of Bryan for another month. Strike now while the iron is hot, WWE.

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Jim Ross retiring!

September 11, 2013

From WWE.com

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross announced that he is retiring from WWE today, after 20 years of service, to focus on his personal business endeavors.

Jim has had a long and storied career at WWE, both on the corporate staff as well as his television persona, calling some of the most memorable matches in WWE history as the voice of Monday Night Raw and SmackDown for more than two decades. He made his debut with WWE at WrestleMania IX in 1993 and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2007 by his long-time friend “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.

Jim has made many contributions to WWE and the sports-entertainment industry, and we thank him for his many years of service and wish him well.

We here at FighterHayabusa.com have missed good ol’ JR on commentary and wish him all the best!