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Tag Team on SmackDown Splitting Up Soon?

It looks like the RAW brand isn’t the only brand that is splitting up tag teams, as it looks like The Hype Bros will be going their separate ways as well.

Bryan Alvarez discussed Zack Ryder’s recent return to SmackDown Live and speculated that Ryder’s days of teaming with Mojo Rawley would soon be ending. The belief is WWE once had plans to push The Hype Bros prior to Ryder’s injury that sidelined him for six months. WWE was forced to change their plans after the injury and decided on new plans that would see Mojo as a singles star.

It’s being said that WWE only put the two back together recently as a way to eventually split them up in storyline. Mojo is expected to continue his path as a singles star after the split.

Several Big Names Backstage At Raw, Why Were They There?

Ringside News is reporting that several big names were backstage during Raw this week. We may now know why. A number of former Superstars and an NXT Superstar were backstage at Raw this week. The list of names includes Edge, Christian, Beth Phoenix, Funaki and Kairi Sane. From what we understand, all of these individuals were backstage to work on the upcoming season of Edge & Christian’s WWE Network show. In the photo shared on Instagram below, Sane and Pheonix are shown backstage in costume for their roles on the show: #News A NXT superstar #KairiSane e a hof #BethPhoenix , estão no backstage do Raw gravando um comercial para um novo show da WWE network , ' The EC Show ' . #BR? A post shared by Divas of PW BRASIL (@divasofpwbrasil) on May 21, 2018 at 3:49pm PDT Pheonix would take a photo alongside Funaki: Loved reuniting with one of my favorite people… @shofufu824 ! #Family — Beth Copeland (@TheBethPhoenix) May 20, 2018 Funaki would take a ph..

Three Matches Announced for Tonight’s SmackDown Live

WWE has announced that Jinder Mahal would be facing Tye Dillinger in a non-title match on tonight’s episode of SmackDown Live. In addition to that match, they have also announced Xavier Woods vs. Jey Usos and Baron Corbin vs. Nakamura.

Check back here at 8PM ET for our live play-by-play coverage of the event.

They Can Fight Themselves. Video: WWE Debates Itself On The 2018 Awards

They can be smart too. If there’s one thing that is fun to do with wrestling fans, it’s debate one thing after another. You can almost always find a fan who has a completely different story than yours and they can defend what they say with some incredible details. As it turns out, WWE actually knows how to do that as well, but they can do it with some flashy graphics. This is one of the best things WWE does. Check out the latest Head vs. Head video on the best 2018: [This post contains video, click to play] WWE has released a new video in their Head vs. Head video when two faceless people debate various topics, in this case a miniature version of the Best of 2018 (as opposed to their full version right here). In addition to the awards, there is also a rapid fire section in the middle featuring the two of them talking about various things they loved from the year which didn’t have their own categories. Opinion: These are the kind of things that WWE does infrequently and that’s prob..

Major League Wrestling Fusion Results – December 28, 2018

Fusion #36 Date: December 28, 2018 Location: Scottish Rite Temple, Miami, Florida Commentators: Rich Bocchini, Tony Schiavone It’s time for one of the biggest matches of this taping, if not the main event of the whole thing. This week we’ll be seeing Konnan come out of retirement to challenge Low Ki for the World Title in a match that is almost destined to go the way of shenanigans. Other than that, it’s time for more build towards Super Fight, which should be a changing of the guard. Let’s get to it. We open with a recap of the war between Konnan and Salina de la Renta, which has seen Konnan bringing in one name after another to go after Low Ki. With all of them having been vanquished, it’s Konnan’s time to do it himself. Opening sequence. The announcers preview the World Title match. We look back at Tom Lawlor choking out Simon Gotch last week. Here’s Gotch for the $20,000 open challenge. Simon Gotch vs. Ace Romero Romero weighs about 400lbs and Gotch knows he screwed up. Some..

Sasha Banks Says She Could Beat Ronda Rousey

While speaking to Ringside Collectibles, Sasha Banks was asked about possibly facing Ronda Rousey and mentioned that she believes that she could beat her in a wrestling match.

“She would go down! We’re talking about a wrestling match, right? Not MMA, because I would go down. Wrestling? No, that’s my ring honey bunny and you can’t step in my ring, okay? I’m the ‘Legit Boss’ of the WWE and you are? [Puts hand to her ear] Oh, that’s what I thought, sorry.”

When asked about who her dream match would be against at WrestleMania, she mentioned Bayley as the perfect opponent for her on the the grandest stage of them all.

“I’d choose Bayley one-on-one, but I would love to have the Four Horsewomen [in a] Fatal 4-Way [Match] at WrestleMania. I think that would be amazing.”

You can check out the full interview embedded below: