Category - WWE

Raw rating for 07/13/2015

RAW

Monday Night Raw’s string of bad viewership numbers continues this week with the show getting 3,531,000 viewers, down 116,000 from the previous week. The first hour did 3,432,000 viewers, followed by 3,514,000 in the second hour, and then up to 3,647,000 viewers in the third and final hour. The only good news was that the show increased viewers...

Tough Enough episode 4 report

Tough Enough

The first three weeks of Tough Enough felt relatively bland, as the judges were able to very easily cut otherwise forgettable competitors such as Hank, Alex, and Daria.  With the sudden loss of Dianna, I got a bit worried that the judges’ votes would suddenly be swayed towards the men of the barracks in an effort to keep balance. Instead, we...

Total Divas episode preview for tonight: She Said, She Said

Total Divas

Total Divas returns tonight with episode two of season four on E! at 9PM EST with an episode titled “She Said, She Said.” The synopsis for tonight’s show reads, “WrestleMania week is off to a rocky start as the Diva drama escalates. Brie fears she and Bryan are facing fertility issues; Nattie worries her dad may relapse; and Paige...

Stephanie McMahon tells NXT trio that she’s proud of them

Becky Lynch

Stephanie McMahon told Charlotte, Sasha Banks, and Becky Lynch that she was proud of them for what they have done in a cool backstage moment that was captured by WWE cameras. “I mean it when I say you have created this opportunity for yourselves,” McMahon told the trio. “The reason they popped so big and so huge, the reason they’re so...

NXT Divas heat up Raw with awesome segment

Charlotte

NXT Divas Charlotte, Becky Lynch, and champion Sasha Banks all made their debut on Monday Night Raw last night, or in the case of Charlotte, her second appearance. Charlotte and Lynch joined Team Paige while Sasha Banks joined Naomi and Tamina in the current Divas storyline against the Bella empire. The segment started with Nikki Bella cutting a...

Survivor Series 2015 in Atlanta, pre-sale on now

survivorseries

Atlanta’s Philips Arena will be hosting this year’s Survivor Series with the pre-sale going on right now on Ticketmaster.com. Tickets for the general public will go on sale on Saturday, August 29, at 10AM. Ticket prices range from $29 all the way to $404 for ringside which also includes a commemorative chair. Some ringside seats are available...

Monday Night Raw TV report for 07/13/2015

RAW

Monday Night Raw TV Report for July 13th, 2015 Introduction Segment: Video Promo Recap of the feud between Brock Lesnar and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins is shown. Segment #2: Welcoming and Arena Promo Michael Cole greets us from Atlanta, Georgia, then Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman enter. Paul E. talks about Lesnar being the...

NXT Divas Charlotte, Banks, and Lynch arrive at Raw in Atlanta

Sasha Banks

NXT Divas Charlotte, Becky Lynch, and champion Sasha Banks have all arrived at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, according to photos which are making the rounds on Twitter. The three are rumored to be a part of a major angle with Paige, Alicia Fox, and the Bella Twins that will most likely culminate at this year’s SummerSlam pay-per-view...

Bella Twins nominated for 2015 Teen Choice Award

Bella Twins

The Bella Twins have been nominated for a 2015 Teen Choice Award in the Best Female Athlete category. This is their first nomination at the popular awards show. Nikki and Brie face some very harsh competition though as they are up against Ronda Rousey, Serena Williams, Danica Patrick, Simone Biles, and the whole U.S. Women’s National Soccer...

WWE Performance Center turns two!

WWE Performance Center

Today is the two year anniversary of the opening of the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, which is perhaps one of the most important – along with the WWE Network – launches in the past decade for the company. The brainchild of WWE’s Triple H, the Performance Center is the state of the art training and medical facility for...

WWE Night of Champions 2015 tickets now on sale

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Tickets for WWE’s September pay-per-view Night Of Champions have gone on sale through HoustonToyotaCenter.com. Tickets are priced $25, $50, $75, $350, and $400 for ringside which also include a commemorative chair. You can also buy tickets by calling 866-4HOUTIX (866-446-8849). The show – where every WWE title will be on the line –...

WWE sends replica title to U.S. Women’s National Soccer team

WWE Title

WWE sent a World Heavyweight title replica to the U.S. Women’s National Soccer team following their FIFA Women’s World Cup victory. The world champs were honored in New York City yesterday with a ticker tape parade and before the festivities started, midfielder player and Olympic gold medalist Megan Rapinoe posed for photos with the title...

Tough Enough competitors going to Monday Night Raw

Tough Enough

The Tough Enough contestants are heading to Monday Night Raw in Atlanta this coming Monday to get their first look at what goes on to produce a three hour live WWE show. The three trainers – Lita, Billy Gunn, and Booker T – announced this to the remaining contestants in a video posted on the Tough Enough website. Gunn did most of the...

WWE reportedly fires top executive Lisa Fox after 20 year stint

WWE HQ

WWE has reportedly fired Lisa Fox, its Executive Vice President of Content, for reasons still unknown. The news was broken by the official Twitter account of Major League Wrestling. Fox has been working for the WWE since 1995, spending the first six years of her career with the company in television and sponsorship sales. In 2001 she was promoted...

Balor vs Owens to headline NXT Takeover: Brooklyn

NXT Brooklyn

The main event for the NXT Takeover: Brooklyn live show on the WWE Network on the eve of SummerSlam will feature NXT champion Finn Balor defending the title against former champion Kevin Owens. The announcement was made by William Regal, the on-screen NXT general manager during the WWE/Mattel panel at the San Diego Comic Con yesterday. NXT was...

Tough Enough rating for episode 3

Tough Enough

The third episode of Tough Enough drew a total of 1,221,000 viewers with a 0.4 rating in the 18-49 demographic. This week the show fared better than last week, getting 174,000 viewers more than episode two. It even beat the premiere of the new season by around 12,000 viewers. (Ratings credit: TV By The Numbers)