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Del Rio beat Ziggler for the championship last month at Payback via constant attacks on the head of the injured superstar. Those attacks started the double turnDel Rio is becoming a heel and Ziggler is becoming a faceand Sunday's match furthered that
I only needed the "retirement" segment a few weeks ago on RAW to make me interested in Mark Henry as a title contender...While I will watch this match with interest, I do think John Cena takes this one and Mark Henry is a one-time challenger.
The former American Dragon Bryan Danielson has had quite a ride since becoming the World champion in December 2011. Bryan gained more momentum ever since he lost the title to Sheamus at WrestleMania 28. He's fought for the WWE title against CM Punk
E Christian made his long-awaited return on the June 17 edition of Raw...Christian joined forces with The Usos and handed The Shield their second loss the following week. Christian is now booked as a participant in the Money in the Bank All-Stars
Hall of Famer, comedian, 'Santa Claus' movie star This past weekend in Fairhaven, Mass., I had a chance to catch Mick Foley doing standup comedy. I have seen him before, at "The Improv" after Summerslam 2012 in Toronto, and at other places.
W Last week on RAW, Brock Lesnar attacked CM Punk, possibly setting up a match in the future, with some guessing SummerSlam. The story continued last night with CM Punk wanting answers and Paul Heyman assuring him that he wasn't behind the attack.
In an emotional, heartfelt moment, Mark Henry retired from WWE. With tears in his eyes, he talked about going home to his family and recalling his wonderful 16-plus year career...As Cena went in for an embrace, Henry delivered a World's Strongest
WWE got a plethora of mileage out of Ric Flair's retirement in 2008. March of 2008 but spawned three compelling feuds that carried into October of that same year...The brilliance of Jericho's heel turn was that he was justified in his conflict with
The current champion has been out of action since May with lingering concussion issues and still has yet to defend the major championship he won back in April. WWE, possibly in panic mode, has already begun to pull the trigger on the inevitable Big E
Triple H fought valiantly in a steel cage match against Brock Lesnar at Extreme Rules, but it was all for naught. After a low blow by Paul Heyman and a sledgehammer shot, Lesnar delivered the F-5 and pinned Triple H for the victory. The following