WWE.com has announced MizTV will open the show with Special Guest *cue the car wreck* Mick Foley! Team Foley faces (now) Team Ziggler this Sunday at Survivor Series and appears to be a bit of a dysfunctional team of former rivals: Orton-Kofi, Kane-Bryan, Miz-Bryan, Miz-Kofi, et al. Can this fivesome get along and match up to the seemingly harmonious Team Ziggler?
Sheamus will be in the house, fuming from the Big Show’s attack last week in Birmingham and his attacks on William Regal. These two face off in two days as well, for the World Championship. Here’s hoping they top their outstanding first match in their rematch this Sunday.
by Louis Tully on November 6, 2012 inArticleswithComments OffTweet
If you thought it was odd that Sheamus and William Regal had a random segment about going out for a pint after the show last night on Raw, we now know why you saw that segment.
From the Breaking News/Good Schtick department, WWE.com posted the video above on their website this afternoon showing Sheamus and Regal’s attempt to knock back a few pints before being nefariously attacked by the World Champion, the Big Show.
After Raw last night in Birmingham, England, Sheamus, William Regal and World Heavyweight Champion Big Show were involved in a pub fight. The status of the three Superstars is unclear at this time, and it remains to be seen how this will affect tonight’s SuperSmackDown LIVE, at 8/7 CT on Syfy.
Rest assured true believers, I’m sure Sheamus and Big Show will be on tonight’s Super SmackDown Live from the UK to trade barbs over this viral video. Personally, I’m hoping William Regal’s involvement means an increased role for the dastdardly British villian in future WWE storylines.
In the weeks leading up to RAW 1000, the WWE had several guest General Managers, most of whom formerly held the office or one similar to it. The guest GMs have included Mick Foley, Vickie Guerrero, Theodore Long, and new-to-the-office Zack Ryder. However, one WWE mainstay who used to hold the Commissioner/General Manager office took to Twitter in the last couple of days for a last minute campaign to become the new permanent GM of both RAW and Smackdown.
As cheesy as they are, I love reading WWE’s medical reports after Raws and Smackdowns. Vince is experiencing “concussion-like symptoms” after last night’s Raw. I’m disappointed he wasn’t taken to a “local medical facility.” Get well soon Vince. #ILoveYaPop
If Dan Swagger didn’t make a new year’s resolution to stop covering NXT Redemption, you might have heard that on this past week’s edition, NXT General Manager William Regal “fired” both Tyler Reks and Curt Hawkins. The two were given their walking papers after Regal pitted them against each other in a “Loser Gets Fired” singles bout.
Now Reks and Hawkins have taken their cause to be rehired to Twitter.