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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Second City Saints

CM Punk and Colt Cabana

1st win April 24th 2004
Chicago Ridge, IL
defeated Jay and Mark Briscoe
held the titles for 21 days

2nd win May 15th 2004
(Round Robin Challege III)
Lexington, MA
defeated Jay and Mark Briscoe
held the titles for 84 days

Top 10 WWE Raw moments: April 27, 2015

Monday, April 27, 2015

Today in Wrestling History (April 27th)

April 27th 1981
Augusta, Georgia

Tommy Rich stuns the wrestling world by pinning NWA World Champion Harley Race to win his first and only
World Heavyweight title.  
However, only 4 days later in Gainesville, Georgia, Harley Race would recapture the belt to begin his 6th world title reign.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Extreme Rules 2015

Allstate Arena
Rosemont, IL
Sunday April 26th 2015


1PTyson Kidd and Cesaro (c) vs. The New Day (Big E and Kofi Kingston) (withXavier Woods)Tag team match for the WWE Tag Team Championship[14]
2Seth Rollins (c) vs. Randy OrtonSteel Cage match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship with Kane as the cage gatekeeper; Orton is banned from using the RKO[15]
3John Cena (c) vs. Rusev (with Lana)Russian Chain match for the WWE United States Championship[16]
4Daniel Bryan (c) vs. Bad News BarrettSingles match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship[17]
5Dolph Ziggler vs. SheamusKiss Me Arse match[18]
6Nikki Bella (c) vs. NaomiSingles match for the WWE Divas Championship[19]
7Roman Reigns vs. Big ShowLast Man Standing match[20]
8Dean Ambrose vs. Luke HarperChicago Street Fight[21]
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • P – indicates the match will take place on the pre-show

Monday, April 20, 2015

Today in Wrestling History - Rick Rude (April 20th)

April 20th 1999
Richard "Rick Rude" Rood died from heart failure due to a mixture of medications.  He was in training to make his in ring comeback at the time of his death.

He has a long list of titles and in ring accomplishments as well as being known as a tremendous worker to all his opponents.

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

PPV Poster of the Week

PPV Poster of the Week
December 29th 1991

1Marcus Bagwell and Jimmy Garvin defeated Michael Hayes and Tracy SmothersTag team match12:45
2Steve Austin and Rick Rude defeated Van Hammer and Big JoshTag team match12:56
3Dustin Rhodes and Richard Morton defeated Larry Zbyszko and El Gigante (with Madusa)Tag team match05:54
4Bill Kazmaier and Jushin Thunder Liger defeated Diamond Dallas Page and Mike GrahamTag team match13:08
5Lex Luger and Arn Anderson (with Harley Race) defeated Terrance Taylor and The Z-ManTag team match10:25
6Ricky Steamboat and Todd Champion defeated Cactus Jack and Buddy Lee ParkerTag team match07:48
7Sting and Abdullah the Butcher defeated Brian Pillman and Bobby EatonTag team match05:55
8Big Van Vader and Mr. Hughes defeated Rick Steiner and The NightstalkerTag team match05:05
9Scott Steiner and Firebreaker Chip defeated Arachnaman and Johnny B. BaddTag team match11:16
10Ron Simmons and Thomas Rich defeated Steve Armstrong and P.N. NewsTag team match12:01
11Sting last eliminated Lex Luger to winBattlebowl battle royal25:10

Thursday, April 9, 2015

IWGP Champion Kojima

Satoshi Kojima
2 time IWGP Heavyweight Champion

WWF Tag Team Champions

WWF Tag Team Champions
Larry Zbyszko and Tony Garea
November 21st 1978 - March 6th 1979
(Defeated the Yukon Lumberjacks)
held the belts for 105 days
(Lost to the Valiant Brothers)

Saturday, April 4, 2015

Lucha Underground: Tribute to Perro Aguayo Jr.

Today In Wrestling History (April 4th)

April 4th 1993
Wrestlemania IX
Ceasars Palace
Las Vegas,  NV

1DTito Santana defeated Papa ShangoSingles match08:00
2Tatanka (with Sensational Sherri) defeated Shawn Michaels (c) (with Luna Vachon) by countoutSingles match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship18:13
3The Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner) defeated The Headshrinkers (Samu and Fatu) (with Afa)Tag team match14:22
4Doink the Clown defeated CrushSingles match08:28
5Razor Ramon defeated Bob BacklundSingles match03:45
6Money Inc. (Ted DiBiase and Irwin R. Schyster) (c) defeated The Mega-Maniacs (Hulk Hogan and Brutus Beefcake) (with Jimmy Hart) bydisqualificationTag team match for the WWF Tag Team Championship18:27
7Lex Luger defeated Mr. PerfectSingles match10:56
8The Undertaker (with Paul Bearer) defeated Giant Gonzalez (with Harvey Wippleman) by disqualificationSingles match07:33
9Yokozuna (with Mr. Fuji) defeated Bret Hart (c)Singles match for the WWF Championship08:55
10Hulk Hogan defeated Yokozuna (c) (with Mr. Fuji)Singles match for the WWF Championship00:22[28]
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • D – indicates the match was a dark match

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

News and Notes (04/01/2015)

- The Raw after WrestleMania drew huge ratings for WWE, getting an average
of 5,364,000 viewers for the three hour broadcast. That is up 1.1 million
viewers from the last Raw prior to Mania. This was the best number since
the July 23, 2012 edition of Raw, which drew just over 6 million that day.
The first hour started with 5,227,000 viewers, then went up to 5,597,000
for the Brock Lesnar destruction, and then it went down to 5,267,000 for
the third and final hour. (Ratings credit:

- WWE issued a press release announcing more records for WrestleMania,

which broke records for viewership, attendance, social and digital media
engagement and merchandise sales. The company is marketing WrestleMania 31
as the most-watched WrestleMania in history with 1.3 million Network
subscribers plus additional traditional pay-per-view data still to be
counted. As noted elsewhere here, Raw after Mania did nearly 5.4 million
viewers making the show the most-watched program on all of cable
television for the 11th week in a row. As reported before, the attendance
was 76,976 with fans from all 50 states and 40 countries. The previous
record at the new stadium was 70,799. The show grossed $12.6 million. When
it comes to social media, WrestleMania 31 was the most social event in WWE
history with a record 142 worldwide Twitter trends, including 10 number
one worldwide trends, which was more than any broadcast or cable show that
night. WWE-related content saw more than 60 million video views across all
platforms on the day of WrestleMania. WrestleMania 31 garnered a record
165 million impressions on Facebook and 92 million impressions on Twitter,
an increase of 62 percent and 23 percent year-over-year, respectively.
During WrestleMania, the WWE flagship App saw its most usage since launch
in 2012, while reaching nearly 18 million downloads during WrestleMania.
The WrestleMania 31 App had four times as many downloads as last year’s
WrestleMania 30 App although no exact figures on that one were released.
In merchandise, WWE generated an additional $3.3 million in WrestleMania
merchandise revenue, eclipsing the previous record of $2.7 million from
WrestleMania 29.

- The injury angle from the Raw after Mania where all three announcers
were destroyed by Brock Lesnar will be over by next week’s show as it was
announced on WWE.COM that all three will be returning behind the broadcast
booth on Monday. To play up the angle, the story said that Michael Cole
was diagnosed with a bulging disc and severe neck, back, and shoulder
pain. JBL had an abdominal wall tear and Booker T has contusions and
soreness. All three, in reality, were fine and the only real damage was to
Byron Saxton who didn’t fare well on commentary on his own. Meanwhile,
someone very funny updated Michael Cole’s Wikipedia entry, adding a
“death” section. First, the cause of death was written as “ground shaking
F5” and Lesnar had “yet to be charged in the court of law” but he was
“suspended for his actions.” Then the Wikipedia entry was altered saying
that he died of “anal bleeding!” Whoops!

- The NXT Takeover specials that the recent WWE press release indicated
that will be airing monthly has been changed as common sense prevailed and
the decision was changed to leave them as quarterly events. The decision
to go monthly raised some eyebrows as the quarterly live specials are
super popular with fans and changing it to monthly specials would have
somewhat decreased the importance. The press release circulated online
still has monthly specials listed but the WWE.COM story now has “Airs
quarterly on Wednesdays.”