On last week’s WWE Raw, Vince McMahon’s job assessment of John Lauranaitis came to an end, and the answer was not favourable for the general manager of both Raw and Smackdown. After Big Show’s disappointing outcome at WWE’s No Way Out PPV, things got worse as Vince McMahon uttered his most famous phrase: “You’re fired!”
Less than two weeks out from WrestleMania XXVIII, and WWE finally appears to be turning up the gas on all its simmering storylines. This week’s Monday Night Raw was a solid two hours of entertainment, with some good wrestling, interesting story developments and not a single Divas match to suffer through! Keep reading as we run down the most important moments from this week’s show.
The Elimination Chamber, quite possibly the most brutal and vicious match ever created by the WWE, is a massive structure standing at 16ft high and weighing just under 10 tons. It is a true highlight of the PPV year for wrestling fans. Many wrestlers have entered and few have been the same after the match. With 13 total chamber matches taking place since it’s inception, it’s safe to say there have been plenty of great moments, with a lot of them being nothing short of epic.
The 2012 Royal Rumble is almost upon us. Of course, part of the fun of the Rumble every year is the dramatic entrances from grapplers who weren’t expected to participate. What better way to get excited for this year’s event than to check out the wrestler
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