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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Sarah Logan

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Sarah Logan
If you’re a pro wrestling fan, Sarah Logan is a name you’ve probably heard often. The former WWE star made a name for herself after making her debut in 2014. She then became known for being a member of the Riot Squad. Her tough attitude and competitive nature made her fun to watch in any match up. Like countless other Americans, however, Sarah found herself out of a job when Covid-19 began to spread throughout the United States and people were put on lockdown. Although being released from her WWE contract was probably a tough pill to swallow initially, Sarah

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Sarah Logan
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Competition: Win ‘WWE Elimination Chamber 2020’ on DVD

Competition: Win ‘WWE Elimination Chamber 2020’ on DVD
To celebrate the DVD release of Elimination Chamber 2020 (available to buy from 18th May 2020) – we are giving away a DVD copy to one lucky winner.

It’s the final stop on the Road to WrestleMania as WWE’s top Superstars step inside the Elimination Chamber! And there’s huge action inside the Chamber, as both the SmackDown Tag Team Championships and the number one contender for the Raw Women’s Championship are decided within the terrifying structure! Plus, Aj Styles takes on Aleister Black in a No Dq match! Braun Strowman fights the odds when he defends his Intercontinental Championship in a handicap match! And lots more action!

Match Highlights: Elimination Chamber Match to face Becky Lynch at WrestleMania

Shayna Baszler vs Asuka vs Ruby Riott vs Sarah Logan vs Liv Morgan vs Natalya Elimination Chamber Match for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship

The Miz & John Morrison vs The New
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WWE Raw – April 20th 2020: Results & Review

WWE Raw – April 20th 2020: Results & Review
Welcome to this week’s review of Monday Night Raw, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and…I have to get something from my closet. I’ll just turn the TalkTech off and be right back. (Talktech activated) (distant voice) Where’s that damn shirt? Where are yo…ah! (man has left closet) I’m glad I found this shirt. I’m so happy I found my shirt. I’m ha…what’s that other… guy?!. This computer program is really detailed and won’t turn off, even when I press the damn button! I can’t erase any-thing. My life sucks. Let’s get started.

Match #1: Aleister Black def. Austin Theory – Men’s Money In The Bank Qualifying Match The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Though Theory had Zelina Vega shouting advice to him from the commentary table, it was not enough for the 23-year-old
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WWE Fires 28 Wrestlers After Being Named “Essential Business”

WWE Fires 28 Wrestlers After Being Named “Essential Business”
WWE sacrificed 28 wrestlers and backstage talent on Wednesday all in the name of WWE’s stock.

That sounds crude, but it’s true.

WWE announced today that 28 individuals were fired. More full-time employees would be furloughed or laid off and construction on the company’s new headquarters has halted as well. The savings for WWE is about $4 million per month, they bragged in a press release.

That $4 million per month sounds like a lot … until you realize WWE has $90 million in cash on hand and has upwards of $500 million available if they maximized everything and extended all of their credit lines.

The cuts were, of course, blamed on coronavirus.

But make no mistake about it, these cuts were made for one reason and one reason only … to protect WWE’s stock price. The moves were made to protect profit margin. It affected a lot of lower-card talents, some of whom
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WWE Raw – April 13th 2020: Results & Review

WWE Raw – April 13th 2020: Results & Review
Welcome to this week’s Monday Night Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and Florida declared that the WWE is essential business, so I guess the check had enough zeros on it. Hey, at least we get some fresh wrestling every week. As long as these guys want to do this and are being safe, then they’ve got my support. Hey, we’ve got Money In The Bank build-up to get to, you silver-crotched devil you.

Match #1: Asuka def. Ruby Riott – Women’s Money in the Bank Qualifying Match The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Losing the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships seems to have done little to slow down Asuka. The Empress of Tomorrow looked like her old savage self against Liv Morgan last week, and she earned a much more consequential win against Ruby Riott to gain entry into her
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WWE Raw – March 9th 2020: Results & Review

WWE Raw – March 9th 2020: Results & Review
Welcome to this week’s Monday Night Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have James Bond wearing a dress so he can…blend in with a crowd. 007, why are you wearing knickers? We’ve got lots of big pieces of news for Wrestlemania season, like Escanaba In Da Moon-Light. Schkeoba schkeiba schkiba! Wammers, Dr. Pane! Can we watch grown men grab each other now?

Match #1: Rey Mysterio def. Angel Garza The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

It took a little while longer than expected, but Rey Mysterio got his man. One month after Angel Garza put The Ultimate Underdog out of action with a thunderous Ddt on the concrete, Mysterio earned long-awaited retribution by delivering Garza some much-needed humility in the form of a singles loss. Okay, so maybe not humility. Garza’s self-confidence is … healthy, to put it mildly. But he
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Elimination Chamber Proves WWE Should Ditch March PPV

Elimination Chamber Proves WWE Should Ditch March PPV
WWE tried its best to get away with a pay-per-view that didn’t feature many of its main stars.

It didn’t work.

Elimination Chamber ran last night from Philadelphia, and the show was without Brock Lesnar and Goldberg, the two World Title holders, as well as Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre, the two wrestlers who will challenge for the world titles at WrestleMania next month. Edge and Randy Orton, who are in an intense personal feud for WrestleMania, weren’t on the card and neither was Becky Lynch, the Raw women’s champion, or Bayley, the SmackDown women’s champion.

Imagine WWE running this show in an era where PPV buys actually mattered?

This was a show WWE can get away with in 2020. The PPV buys don’t matter, because WWE already has their money from WWE Network subscriptions. Presenting a lackluster card that people won’t stream isn’t a big deal,
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WWE Raw – March 3rd 2020: Results & Review

WWE Raw – March 3rd 2020: Results & Review
Welcome to this week’s Monday Night Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and Emperor Palpatine was a clone with the Emperor’s soul locked inside. No s—. That’s what they did in Dark Empire. Why didn’t they just say that s— in the movie? Anyway, let’s see if Vince McMahon decides to kill Ricochet’s career or not.

Match #1: The Street Profits def. Seth Rollins & Murphy (Buddy Murphy) – Raw Tag Team Championship Match The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

The Street Profits have never lacked a sense of urgency, but there’s something to be said for putting it in fine print. Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins defeated Seth Rollins & Murphy to win the Raw Tag Team Titles by converting on a crucial “Now or Never” stipulation that would have barred them from future championship matches had they come up short.
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WWE’s ‘Elimination Chamber’ PPV: Here Are the Wrestlers Competing in Women’s Chamber Match (Exclusive)

WWE’s ‘Elimination Chamber’ PPV: Here Are the Wrestlers Competing in Women’s Chamber Match (Exclusive)
The Road to WrestleMania™ has a particularly dangerous stop for WWE Superstars: the “Elimination Chamber” pay-per-view. TheWrap can exclusively unveil the competitors in the women’s Elimination Chamber Match.

Shayna Baszler, Asuka, Ruby Riott, Natalya, Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan will square off next month in the titular match at “WWE Elimination Chamber,” we’ve learned. Not only does that sound like a badass match, the stakes inside the perilous cage will be as high as they get: The winner faces Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 36 for her Raw Women’s Champion title.

The official announcement of the Chamber Match participants will take place tonight on “Raw.”

Also Read: Nxt Backstage Interviewer Cathy Kelley Says She's Leaving WWE

If Baszler wants to get back at Lynch, she’ll have to go through the disbanded Riott Squad to get there — oh yeah, and Asuka and Natalya too. At least Riott and Morgan
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WWE Raw – Feb 10th 2020: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Monday Night Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and Becky Lynch defends her Women’s Title against Asuka, proving that Vince still allows wrestling on his wrestling show, when it does him a favor at least. Hey, it’s nice to have a match worth talking about on this show…unless Vince wants to kill R-Truth again. Remember that s—? …out like a Looney Tune. Okay, like Hollywood who obsesses over story-telling ahead of just making good pictures, let’s blow this thing so bad that no one wants to read it.

Match #1: Becky Lynch def. Asuka – Raw Women’s Championship Match The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Becky Lynch’s “superpowers” held firm on Raw, as The Man once again narrowly yet decisively beat back Asuka to retain the Raw Women’s Championship. That was about the only
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Let’s Get Ready to (Royal) Rumble With 32 Years of WWE Royal Rumble Winners (Photos)

Let’s Get Ready to (Royal) Rumble With 32 Years of WWE Royal Rumble Winners (Photos)
We’re days away from the 2020 WWE “Royal Rumble” pay-per-view, which will conclude with a 30-man over-the-top-rope battle royal.

Who will be the last man standing inside the ring? Well, Las Vegas favors Roman Reigns, despite the fact that Reigns also has a Falls Count Anywhere match with Baron Corbin to get through.

On the sports books’ big boards, the Big Dog is followed by Drew McIntyre, and then it’s a tie between Brock Lesnar and Cm Punk. Reigns and Lesnar have both won the Royal Rumble Match once before, Punk and McIntyre have not.

Lesnar and Punk, who come with 6-to-1 odds each, both have pretty strong cases to Not be good bets. Lesnar, by his own insistence, is entering the squared circle first of 30 spaced-out slots. As for Punk, he isn’t technically even an active professional wrestler anymore. Punk’s present-day wrestling involvement is pretty much
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WWE Raw – Jan 13th 2020: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Monday Night Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have more build to the Royal Rumble show. This show will probably suck/it does a bit, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a good time/yes it does. Okay, this might be great/suck ass.

Match #1: Drew McIntyre def. Randy Orton and Aj Styles – Triple Threat Match The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

If running through two former champions and a whole conga line over the last couple weeks wasn’t any indication, the guy to watch in 2020 might just be Drew McIntyre. The former Nxt Champion — and future WWE Champion? — took a great leap forward on Raw when he forced his way into a planned match between Randy Orton and Aj Styles, reconfigured it on the spot into a Triple Threat, and earned
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WWE Royal Rumble 2020 Results

Gavin Jasper Jan 27, 2020

A battle of 30 women. A battle of 30 men. Two winners are on their way to WrestleMania. So who won and what surprises did we get?

It’s January and now that the holidays are over with and the Wrestle Kingdom has closed it borders, wrestling fans can look forward to the most exciting PPV WWE tends to put out on an annual basis. That’s right, it’s time for WWE Royal Rumble 2020, the show that acts as the beginning to the Road to WrestleMania, but is honestly better to sit through. Introduced in 1988, the Royal Rumble event has been a major cog in the company’s calendar, centered around its mostly-unpredictable 30-man match.

This year’s show will be the third event to feature two Royal Rumble matches. One for the men and one for the women. It just so happens that the men’s match
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‘WWE Main Event’ Review (July 4th 2019)

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

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

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

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

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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