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‘WWE Main Event’ Review (July 4th 2019)

  • Nerdly
So, I’m gonna be reviewing WWE Main Event as it airs in the UK on Thursday nights. I’m not even sure, these days, what day this show airs elsewhere.

Match #1: Dana Brooke vs. Sarah Logan

This week’s show began immediately with Dana Brooke heading to the ring to a decent applause from the crowd. Dana is someone I see improvement in every time I see her. She hasn’t had too many opportunities since heading to the main roster from Nxt, so it’s cool to see her given a shot on Main Event and Raw to show her improvements to the world. The cut above her eye is shown that she suffered in a Main Event match a couple of weeks ago against Sarah Logan. Logan is her opponent tonight too, and she heads to the ring and howls like a wolf. Logan is someone
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‘WWE: The Shield’s Final Chapter’ Review

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Welcome to this review of The Shield’s Final Chapter, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have the final WWE match of The Shield, as well as the finale of Dean Ambrose’s WWE career. Let’s see if it all goes to plan for Dean Ambrose, or Jon Moxley as he will be called, once again, if he wrestles any-where else. It’s time for the final chapter.

Match #1: Finn Bálor def. Elias in an Intercontinental Championship Match The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

In the opening moments of the WWE Network special event, Elias took center stage with his guitar, belittling each member of the Shield and still clearly fuming over the earth-shattering SmackDown Live assault by Reigns on both he and WWE Chairman Mr. McMahon. Although Elias’ pre-match musical performance turned into a surprise duet with the addition of his scheduled opponent,
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WrestleMania 35 Weekend Recap

WWE’s biggest show of the year has come and gone. WrestleMania 35 is in the books. Let’s look back at the historic weekend that took place in the shadows of New York City. The weekend started off on Friday night with Nxt. Which featured five top-notch matches.

(winners in bold)

Nxt Championship match: Johnny Gargano versus Adam Cole Nxt North American Championship match: Velveteen Dream versus Matt Riddle Nxt Women’s Championship match: Shayna Baszlerversus Io Shirai versus Bianca Belair versus Kairi Sane WWE United Kingdom Championship match: Pete Dunn versus Walter Nxt Tag Team Championship match: War Raiders versus Aleister Black and Ricochet

On Sunday night WWE made history with a record-breaking crowd of 82,265 at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford NJ. The show was long but well worth it.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match (Kickoff Match)

Tony Nese def. Buddy Murphy (c) – New Cruiserweight Champion

Carmella won the WrestleMania
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‘Wrestlemania 35′ PPV Review

  • Nerdly
Welcome to this review of Wrestlemania 35, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have one of the biggest wrestling cards in history. Let’s see what kind of history will be made by the WWE on a night with the women’s division main eventing its first Wrestlemania.

Match #1: Tony Nese (New Champion) beat Buddy Murphy – WWE Cruiser-Weight Title Match The following comes courtesy of wwe.com:

Buddy Murphy may not care for fairytales, but that didn’t stop hometown boy Tony Nese from living one of his own on The Grandest Stage of Them All. The two former friends collided on the WrestleMania Kickoff in a match that saw Murphy shoot out of the gates in his trademark style. Nese, however, showed no intimidation of competing at The Show of Shows, staying in step with Murphy from the onset. The Juggernaut would not be deterred,
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WWE’S WrestleMania 35 Is Only Days Away

Were only days away from WWE’s biggest show of the year WrestleMania35. The showcase of the immortals is looking to be quite the spectacle. The event will be taking place in New Jersey with a start time of 7Pm.

The match card is as follows:

Raw Women’s Championship and Smackdown Women’s Championship match: Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair (winner takes all match) WWE Championship match: Daniel Bryan vs. Kofi Kingston Universal Championship match: Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins Intercontinental Championship match: Finn Balor vs. Boddy Lashley United States Championship match: Samoa Joe vs. Rey Mysterio Women’s Tag Team Championship match: Sasha Banks and Bayley vs. Nia Jax and Tamina Snuka vs. Beth Phoenix and Natalya vs. The IIconics WWE Cruiserweight Championship match: Buddy Murphy vs. Tony Nese Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre Batista vs. Triple H (no-holds-barred match) Randy Orton vs. Aj Styles Shane McMahon vs.
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WWE Raw – April 1st 2019: Results & Review

  • Nerdly
Welcome to this week’s Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and this is the final Raw before Wrestlemania, so let’s see if Vince got it right or not.

Match #1: WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions The Boss ‘N’ Hug Connection, Beth Phoenix & Natalya def. Nia Jax, Tamina & The IIconics The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Is Beth Phoenix’s return from retirement just a nostalgia trip? WWE Universe, it is not. The Glamazon was a house on fire in an Eight-Woman Tag Team Match six days before WrestleMania’s cross-generational Fatal 4-Way for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles, and she was a problem for champions and challengers alike in what ended up being her first Raw victory in nearly seven years. Not only did Phoenix go head-on with reigning champions Sasha Banks & Bayley on multiple occasions, she pie-faced Banks off
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WWE Raw – March 25th 2019: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have a lot to get to, so let’s get on with it!

Match #1: Becky Lynch def. Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair in a Beat the Clock Challenge The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

For all the well-documented disdain among WrestleMania’s newly-minted main-eventers — open Twitter if you dare — Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair’s shared path to their historic moment has been defined primarily by their distance between each other. With Rousey savaging challengers and security guards on Raw and Becky and Charlotte trading barbs on SmackDown Live, it’s been difficult for any competitor to establish the upper hand, so Raw’s Beat the Clock Challenge (short version: fastest victory wins) provided an opportunity for one of these women to separate from the pack.
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WWE Raw – March 4th 2019: Results & Review

  • Nerdly
Welcome to this week’s Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have night of bad talkers cutting promos, so get ready for that. That being said, there are some good things to cover, so let’s do so before Pete Davidson decides to date every super-model on the planet at the same time.

Match #1: Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley & Baron Corbin def. Intercontinental Champion Finn Bálor, Braun Strowman & Kurt Angle The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

There is a difference between a superteam and an actual team, and after a few weeks of dominance, Drew McIntyre, Baron Corbin & Bobby Lashley are beginning to look very much like the latter. That ominous development proved to be a problem for the equally-talented-but-less-cohesive collective who opposed them on Raw: Braun Strowman, Kurt Angle & Intercontinental Champion Finn Bálor. True, Angle was muscling the clock backward by sheer force of will.
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WWE Raw – Feb 25th 2019: Results & Review

  • Nerdly
Welcome to this week’s Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have Roman Reign’s big announcement, the return of both Sting and Ricky Steamboat, as well as Ric Flair’s Birthday Party. Did you notice if there were any matches scheduled?

Match #1: Ricochet & Aleister Black def. Raw Tag Team Champions The Revival The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

The hits just keep on coming for The Revival, who clawed their way to the top of the Tag Team division only to find several new boulders hovering precariously over their heads. Last week, Tommaso Ciampa & Johnny Gargano checked the new champions, and Dash & Dawson fared no better this week against the other half of the new Nxt contingent, Ricochet & Aleister Black. To their credit, The Revival employed a sound strategy, jumping their opponents before the bell in an attempt to get ahead of their near-uncontrollable foes.
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‘WWE Elimination Chamber 2019′ PPV Review

  • Nerdly
Welcome to this review of WWE’s Elimination Chamber Pay Per View, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have two Elimination Chamber matches, as well as the debut of the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles. Let’s get right to it.

Buddy Murphy (still champion) defeated Akira Tozawa – WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match

My Take: 3.5 out of 5 – This was pretty damn good. It’s a shame that this thoroughly entertaining was stuck on the pre-show. The action was a good back and forth and it got screwed over by the old WCW method of cutting to the back for an interview while they were still wrestling. Over-all, this was some-thing that deserved the full PPV treatment, but got this instead.

Bayley & Sasha Banks defeated Nia Jax & Tamina, Liv Morgan & Sarah Logan, Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville, The IIconics and Naomi & Carmella – Elimination Chamber Match For The WWE
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WWE Raw – Feb 11th 2019: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have more of The McMahon family talking, so tuck your head between your legs and kiss your ass good-bye.

Match #1: Nia Jax & Tamina def. The Boss ‘N’ Hug Connection and Liv Morgan & Sarah LoganSasha Banks & Bayley will enter first into the Elimination Chamber The following is courtesy of WWE.com:

If The Boss ‘N’ Hug Connection are the sentimental favorites to become the first-ever WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, the betting odds might no longer be in their favor: Thanks to a Triple Threat loss on Raw, Sasha Banks & Bayley drew the dreaded No. 1 entry into the Elimination Chamber this Sunday, meaning they’ll have to walk the longest, hardest road possible to reach the historic benchmark. Similar to last week, Bayley had to go it alone when The Riott
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WWE Raw – Feb 4th 2019: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have a blend of raspberries and club soda with a pinch of sugar, a squirt of lemon juice and a flick of pepper to make the new hip cock-tail called “George Lopez With A Side Of Bacon”.

Match #1: Ronda Rousey def. Liv Morgan The following is courtesy of WWE.com:

If there’s one Superstar who’s angrier at Becky Lynch’s suspension than The Man, it’s Ronda Rousey. The Raw Women’s Champion was fighting mad after her WrestleMania challenger got herself sent to the bench, as the suspension could have repercussions on their match. The Riott Squad, then, played the unlucky role of Rousey’s personal punching bags, with The Baddest Woman on the Planet quickly submitting Liv Morgan.

My Take: 1.5 out of 5 – There wasn’t much here, especially
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WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 Results and Matches

Gavin Jasper Feb 17, 2019

Six men entered a dangerous cage to do battle...over a belt made out of hemp. Wrestling is weird sometimes.

On the Road to WrestleMania, the peanut butter to Royal Rumble’s jelly is Elimination Chamber. So before Fastlane and WrestleMania 35 hit us, we have to get through WWE Elimination Chamber 2019. While the Elimination Chamber match type has been around since 2002, the show itself started in 2010 as a renamed version of No Way Out. This one intends to be a special kind of installment due to introducing the women’s tag team championship.

The Chamber match itself is based on four wrestlers (or tag teams) hanging out in special pods, surrounded by a cage. Two others battle it out and every few minutes, a new opponent will be released from one of the pods. Pins and submissions are in play, but otherwise, everything goes.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 Results Buddy Murphy (C) Vs.
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WWE WrestleMania 35 Results

Gavin Jasper Apr 8, 2019

Three women. Two titles. Winner take all. We have the results of all 16 WrestleMania 35 matches!

With Royal Rumble left in the dust, Elimination Chamber hung up, and Fastlane behind us, that means that WrestleMania 35 is on the horizon! WWE’s biggest show has been a staple since the 80s and has given us plenty of fantastic moments. From the days of King Kong Bundy crushing Special Delivery Jones in mere seconds to Braun Strowman pulling a child out of the crowd to help him win the tag titles, WrestleMania has been the wrestling show with the brightest spotlight.

Then again, the Raw and SmackDown after it are way better. The Nxt TakeOver show the night before is pretty much superior too. The Hall of Fame ceremony...? Eh.

Here are the complete WrestleMania 35 results...

Wrestlemania 35 Results Buddy Murphy (C) Vs. Tony Nese Cruiserweight Championship

Results: Unable to put Nese away with Murphy's Law,
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‘WWE Tribute To The Troops 2018′ Review

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Welcome to this year’s Tribute To The Troops review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have… a lazy card to honor a bunch of people that deserve better than this. Let’s whip out a big ol’ salute to people who are forced to wear camouflage as we run through this Tribute To The Troops.

Match #1: Ronda Rousey & Natalya def. Nia Jax & Tamina and Liv Morgan & Sarah Logan The following is courtesy of WWE.com:

The opening contest of Tribute to the Troops featured a Women’s division Tag Team showdown between three tandems, Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey & Natalya against Nia Jax & Tamina against Liv Morgan & Sarah Logan of The Riott Squad. In the height of the hard-fought showdown, The Baddest Woman of the Planet triumphed for her team when she locked in the double armbar on Logan & Morgan to make them both tap-out.
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23 Times Law & Order: Svu Made Us Cry

Law & Order: Svu knows how to hit viewers where it hurts.

Our hearts go out week after week to the victims of some of humanity's worst crimes.

And sometimes, this show makes us cry. 

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Check out our picks for the most cry-worthy episodes of Svu. Don't see your favorite? No problem! Share it in the comments.

If you need a refresher, don't forget you can watch Law & Order: Svu online here on TV Fanatic.

1. Munch's heartbreak. Sarah Logan's story on Law & Order: Svu Season 1 Episode 20 "Remorse" was a sad one altogether -- she was a reporter who was killed by a bomb after she shared her own rape during her news show. But what made us cry was that she was one of the few people that the ordinarily aloof
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WWE Raw – Nov 5th 2018: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s review of WWE Raw… The first Raw following the controversial (and frankly stupid) Crown Jewel pay per view, taking place just down the road from Nerdly HQ in Manchester, England. And of course the WWE is now building to the next PPV, Survivor Series.

Match #1: Sasha Banks, Bayley & Natalya vs. The Riott Squad ended in a No Contest The following is courtesy of WWE.com:

If Alexa Bliss wants a Survivor Series team that has the in-ring aspect of competition down pat, the discussion might begin and end with Sasha Banks, Bayley & Natalya. But The Riott Squad came into the WWE Evolution rematch with an advantage that’s even rarer: A vicious shamelessness that cost them a victory, but still left the Squad’s opponents thoroughly demoralized after they destroyed something too precious to be quantified. That object was a good-luck charm Natalya carried
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WWE Raw – Oct 22nd 2018: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s review of WWE Raw… An episode full of surprises and sadness.

Match #1: Finn Balor def. Bobby Lashley The following is courtesy of WWE.com:

If anyone ever doubted that Finn Bálor is The Extraordinary Man Who Does Extraordinary Things, consider his accomplishment on Raw — perhaps the most unlikely achievement he’s ever recorded: He got Lio Rush to stop talking. How did Finn pull it off? The only way one gets Lio Rush to drop the mic these days: He defeated Bobby Lashley. That, of course, was extraordinary in and of itself, given that The Rocky Mountain-Made Machine’s revamped attitude has rendered him near-unstoppable over the last few weeks, and his constant disrespect of Bálor seemed to be reminiscent of the kind of demoralization that befell Kevin Owens and Tyler Breeze.

As it turns out, Lashley might have been better off not to brush Bálor aside.
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WWE Raw – Sept 24th 2018: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and if you’ve read my recent Raw reviews, you can expect the grea… absolutely nothing good.

Match #1: Finn Bálor def. Jinder Mahal The following is courtesy of WWE.com:

Next week, Finn Bálor & Bayley (aka Team B&B) will make their Mixed Match Challenge debut, while Jinder Mahal & Alicia Fox (aka Mahalicia) will suit up tomorrow. If what happened on Raw is any indication, the latter duo might have their work cut out for them, as a remarkable combination of events left Mahal defeated in both body and mind, briefly shattering The Maharaja’s hard-won serenity before he pulled himself together. To begin, there was the tension between Alicia and Sunil Singh in Mahal’s corner, which threw off the delicate balance that The Modern Day Maharaja works so hard to maintain. Then,
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WWE Superstar Liv Morgan Suffers Concussion During ‘Raw’ Match, Re-Enters to Take Suplex (Video)

  • The Wrap
WWE wrestler Liv Morgan got legit knocked out Monday night on “Raw,” when one of Brie Bella’s “Yes!” kicks inadvertently caught her in the head. Morgan suffered a concussion, a WWE insider told TheWrap, and she is currently going through the protocol under WWE’s wellness program.

When Morgan collapsed on the canvas, Bella went for the cover to seemingly end the live-tv match early. Morgan appeared to instinctively — and weakly — kick out of the pin.

Bella then pulled Morgan to the opposing Riott Squad corner, where teammates Ruby Riott tagged herself in and Sarah Logan pulled Morgan out of the ring. Morgan could not stay on her feet.

Also Read: WWE Superstar Sasha Banks Injured, Will Be Replaced in Facebook's 'Mixed Match Challenge' (Video)

The announcers briefly commented on Morgan’s apparent injury as the referee showed concern for her.

A dazed Morgan made her way back
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