Roman Reigns was on a whirlwind tour of 106.7 the Fan yesterday to promote last night’s RAW at the Verizon Center and Sunday’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match. In addition to his appearance on the Junkies with our own Chad Dukes and filming a video short, Roman also joined Chad on Chad Dukes Versus the World to talk about his college football career, the dissolution of the Shield, the future of the business, and Money in the Bank.
You can also check out video of Roman with Chad and the Junkies at the following links:
Mick Foley Teams Up With Chad Dukes – cdw.com
In case you missed it, Dude Love himself talked with our very own Chad Dukes on Chad Dukes Versus the World Friday night. The audio is available as well as highlights of the interview. Mankind touches on a little bit of everything, from The Shield to the Redskins to family photos. Mick Foley will be appearing at the DC Improv on June 17th and June 19th. The June 19th show is SOLD OUT, but you can still get tickets to the June 17th Show HERE.
Team 3D to be Inducted – SEScoops
If you didn’t happen to catch Slammiversary VII last night on PPV (and I’m sure not many of you did), it was announced Devon and Bully Ray will be inducted into the TNA Hall of Fame later this year. Makes sense, with their decorated history in multiple promotions. My only question, what took so long?
WWE Power Rankings – wwe.com
You know the drill. A few movements of note, John Cena took the #1 spot from Evolution, The Shield moves up to #4 and bumps The Wyatts down to #5, and Seth Rollins climbs to #3. The only glaring error in the list is #20, the amazing Bo Dallas. He should be at least top 3. All you have to do is Bo-lieve.
WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley joined our own Chad Dukes on Chad Dukes Versus the World Friday night to discuss his upcoming comedy shows next week at the DC Improv benefitting RAINN, the Rape and Incest National Network.
During the interview the Hardcore Legend also discussed the Redskins name controversy, his comments on Luke Harper, the dismantling of the Shield, and the problems with trying to stage a Christmas Story photo with his family.
Thanks to Mick for chatting with Chad, check out his website HERE, follow him on Twitter, and “Like” him on Facebook. Mick Foley will be appearing at the DC Improv on June 17th and June 19th. The June 19th show is SOLD OUT, but you can still get tickets to the June 17th Show HERE.
You can also support Mick’s work with RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization HERE.
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Still reeling from the shocking betrayal of the Shield by Seth Rollins on Monday Night? Well SmackDown’s here to bring all those feelings you felt back to the surface. Triple H and Seth Rollins will open tonight’s show from Cincinatti, OH. The Architect and the Game will hopefully shed some light on the events that led to the end of the Shield and the…well, evolution of Evolution. My guess is we won’t be seeing hide nor hare of Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns tonight as they regroup for next Monday’s Raw.
Since his loss to John Cena at Payback, Bray Wyatt has gone missing. Tonight the man with the whole world in his hands returns to address the WWE Universe. Is the beef with Cena over or will the Eater of Worlds redouble his efforts? Could a new opponent be on the horizon?
Tuesday on Paul Heyman’s Main Event on the WWE Network, Cesaro and Paul Heyman turned their focus to the Intercontinental Champion, interrupting Bad News Barrett’s title defense against Rob Van Dam. Cesaro took out both men with the Neutralizer on Tuesday, now all three men have been scheduled for a triple threat showdown.
Also on tonight’s show:
- The Usos vs. Ryback and Curtis Axel
- Rusev vs. Xavier Woods
- Rob Van Dam vs. Bad News Barrett vs. Cesaro
- Natalya vs Alicia Fox
- Bo Dallas vs. Santino Marella
Smackdown airs tonight on SyFy at 8PM ET.
Continuing our Shield breakup coverage, I thought I’d gather some of the best responses to the turn from the ladies and gents within & covering the Sport of Kings.
First and foremost, one of the men on the business end of Rollins’ chair attack.
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