Ric Flair in ‘Very Serious Condition’

It’s being widely reported that two time WWE Hall of Famer, ‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair has been rushed to hospital in the Atlanta area after suffering what is being described as a ‘very serious’ medical emergency this morning.

It’s been reported that 70 year old Flair was immediately rushed to the emergency room to be treated.

Flair, father of SmackDown Live superstar Charlotte almost died from a medical scare in 2017 when was placed in a medically induced coma for 11 days after his intestine ruptured.

While no further information is currently available, it has been noted that Naitch’s condition is “Very Serious.”
More updates as and when we get them.

Talk and Beans: Game of Thrones – Season 8 (Opener & Predictions)

Episode #70 is the one that’s nearly two years in the making as we take a look at Episode 1 of Game of Thrones Season 8 and make our predictions for who will sit on the throne in the finale.

We talk about the parallels between the first ever episode and the final season opener, the use of horror scares, hints of a merciless Dany, getting the Targaryen secret out quickly, the hidden comedy guest star and discuss where the best place to live in the Seven Kingdoms would be.

Plus, planning a GoT Christmas special and a ridiculous amount of songs, tangents and impressions including “Now, That’s what I call Little Finger” the album.



WWE Tables Ladders & Chairs PREDICTIONS

WWE’s Tables, Ladders and Chairs this year comes from The SAP Center in San Jose, California, on 16th December 2018.

This will be WWE’s last PPV before the 2019 Royal Rumble, and will potentially be the start of the Road to WrestleMania.


WWE Intercontinental Championship

Seth Rollins (c) vs. Dean Ambrose

This match is not going to be for the faint of heart – I reckon that this will be one of the hardest hitting contests on the show, and with no stipulation specified as yet, there is still time that WWE will indeed add one between now and TLC. I can see an Ambrose win

Prediction: Dean Ambrose (New Intercontinental Champion)
Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match

Braun Strowman vs. Baron Corbin

If Braun Strowman wins then he will get a Universal Title match at Royal Rumble, and Baron Corbin will be stripped of all power on Raw.

If Corbin wins then he becomes the permanent General Manager of Raw.

This could in my opinion go one of a couple of ways. Either, Braun will be back for a very short match maybe hit one powerslam and pin Corbin, or we will see the debut of Lars Sullivan as Braun’s replacement, or indeed the return of Bray Wyatt. Either way I reckon Corbin is losing this match.

Prediction: Braun Strowman (Or his replacement) 


WWE Championship

Daniel Bryan (c) vs. AJ Styles

This will be one for the ages, I just hope WWE give these guys enough time to just do exactly what they want. Give this a solid 30/45 Mins and let them wrestle! This will be one hell of a contest which I believe will be won by Daniel Bryan

Prediction: Daniel Bryan


Raw Women’s Championship

Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Nia Jax

So, this one is hard to call, considering all the rumours about the WrestleMania match, and will Rousey be in the Rumble etc. I can see this having no conclusive finish, or some kind of screwy finish which may even include the newly cleared Alexa Bliss. Ronda will leave as Champion, but may not necesarily do it via pinning or tapping Nia out.

Prediction: No Contest (Rousey leaves as Champ)


SmackDown Women’s Championship
Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match

Becky Lynch (c) vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Asuka

To be the Man, you’ve gotta beat The Man… And I believe that Asuka will do just that, she will climb the ladder, retrieve the championship. My belief is that Becky is over enough whether she has the championship or not, but I do think that she is entering, and ultimately winning, the Royal Rumble. Possibly leading to Charlotte facing Asuka for the title at Rumble and winning that, or we get the Charlotte vs. Asuka rematch at WrestleMania.

Prediction: Asuka (New Champ)


Drew McIntyre vs. Finn Balor

Depending on what version of Balor we get here will determine whether he wins or not. I can see McIntyre winning it comfortably, unless he faces the Demon. In which case, the match I believe, will swing in favour of Finn Balor.

Prediction: Drew McIntyre


Ladder Match (Guitar suspended above Ring)

Bobby Lashley vs. Elias

In this match there will be a guitar suspended above the ring, with the first competitor to climb the ladder and retrieve it being able to use it. I can see Elias coming out on top in this one.

Prediction: Elias


SmackDown Tag Team Championships

The Bar (C) vs. The New Day vs. The Uso’s

The staple of the SmackDown tag team division (arguably WWE’s entire Tag Division) for the past number of years, these three teams will square off in what has the potential to steal the show. It’s so hard to pick a winner, as there are Pros and Cons for all three teams. I will go with The Bar retaining

Prediction: The Bar


Tables Match

Natalya vs. Ruby Riott

A match that has been in the makings for a while, with the Riott Squad constantly attacking Nattie and even putting her through a table, and bringing out a table with a cutout of Nattie’s late father, Jim ‘The Anvil’ Neidhart on it. Logan and Morgan could well play a part in this match, and I can see Ruby getting the win to elevate her up the rankings in the Women’s division.

Prediction: Ruby Riott
WWE Cruiserweight Championship

Buddy Murphy (C) vs. Cedric Alexander

I can see a Buddy Murphy retention again here in a great showcase match for the 205 Live division.

Prediction: Buddy Murphy


Chairs Match

Randy Orton vs. Rey Mysterio

Randy’s complacency and his obsession with de-masking Rey could hinder his progress in this one, I can see the master of the 619 coming out on top in his home state and can see him doing some crazy spots with the chairs… Maybe a 619 with a chair? Who knows.

Prediction: Rey Mysterio


Mixed Match Challenge Final

Winning team become #30 in Men’s and Women’s Royal Rumble matches

Fabulous Truth (R-Truth & Carmella) vs. Mahalicia (Jinder Mahal & Alicia Fox)

The two teams I guess no one really fancied to do much in the Mixed Match challenge, this was really the only scenario which made sense as the other competitors are all in rather high profile matches and wouldn’t want to be pulling double duties. I can see this being a fun match with Truth and Carmella coming out on top to head into their respective Rumbles at number 30.

Prediction: Fabulous Truth



WWE Survivor Series REVIEW

WWE’s 32nd Annual Survivor Series PPV came from the famous Staples Center in Los Angeles – The event was marred with last minute changes as a result of Becky Lynch’s injury on last week’s Raw and Daniel Bryan defeating AJ Styles to become new WWE Champion on SmackDown.

Here are the Results of the show, along with my predictions and my match rating out of 5:


Tag Team 10 on 10 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match

Team Raw: Roode & Gable (Captains), The Ascension, The B Team, The Revival & Lucha House Party


Team SmackDown: The Uso’s (Captains), The New Day, The Colon’s, The Good Brothers & SaNiTy

The kick off show featured this 10 on 10 tag team match and was won by sole survivors The Uso’s

Winners: Team SmackDown

My Prediction: Team SmackDown

Rating: 2.5/5

The Main show kicked off with the 5 on 5 Women’s match:

Side Note: During the kick off show a fight broke out between Natalya and Ruby Riott, leading to captain Alexa Bliss removing them both from the team and replacing them with Sasha Banks & Bayley. On the blue side, speculation was rife as to whom would replace Charlotte Flair, with some even speculating it could be Paige. It turned out it was Paige’s former Absolution team mate – Mandy Rose.

Women’s 5 on 5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match

Team Raw: Mickie James, Nia Jax, Tamina, Bayley, Sasha Banks (Captain: Alexa Bliss)


Team SmackDown: Asuka, Carmella, Sonya Deville, Mandy Rose & Naomi

It was clear from the off that the crowd were pro SmackDown in this one, and due to the incident on Raw this past Monday, the crowd were insanely booing Nia Jax. This worked in Nia’s favour though as she went on to be the sole survivor in this match and pick up the W for team Red to make it 1-0 on the main show.

Winners: Team Raw

My Prediction: Team SmackDown

Match Rating: 2.5/5


Intercontinental Champion vs United States Champion

Seth Rollins (Intercontinental Champion) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (United States Champion)

I had Nakamura to win this match due to some shenanigans from a certain lunatic, but luckily we were met with a great contest between two champions. Ultimately the IC champ overcame the US champ to put another victory into the column of Raw.

It was announced after that at TLCSeth Rollins would defend the Intercontinental Championship against Dean Ambrose

Winner: Seth Rollins

My Prediction: Nakamura

Match Rating: 3.5/5


Tag Champions vs Tag Champions

AOP w/ Drake Maverick (Raw Tag Team Champions) vs. The Bar w/ The Big Show (SmackDown Tag Team Champions)

Solid, decent, hard hitting contest between the WWEs Tag Team Champions. A certain ex WWE star decided to try and hijack the show from ringside, and this was a fairly underwhelming match in all honesty, until the last few minutes in which Drake Maverick broke up a pinfall and got choked on the apron by Big Show causing him to piss himeslf, this was enough to cause a distraction to The Bar, leading to AOP hitting their finisher for the win.

Winners: AOP

My Prediction: The Bar

Match Rating: 2/5


Cruiserweight Championship

Buddy Murphy (C) vs. Mustafa Ali

Yet another fantastic match between two cruiserweights, I’m glad this was given some time, and not just a two minute throwaway match, this was a decent contest and was won by Buddy Murphy.

Winner: Buddy Murphy

My Prediction: Buddy Murphy

Match Rating: 3/5


Men’s 5 on 5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match

Team Raw: Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, Finn Balor, Bobby Lashley & Drew McIntyre (Baron Corbin captain)


Team SmackDown: The Miz (capt.), Shane McMahon, Samoa Joe, Jeff Hardy & Rey Mysterio

The match ended with the three big men, Strowman, Lashley and McIntyre for Raw against Shane McMahon, but unfortunately for ‘The Best In The World,’ he could not overcome this huge obstacle and much like last year, Braun Strowman was standing tall.

Braun then got attacked from behind by Captain Baron Corbin, as Strowman now will have the opportunity to face Corbin and Lesnar on his terms.

Winners: Team Raw

My Prediction: Team Raw

Match Rating: 3/5


Ronda Rousey (Raw Women’s Champion) vs. Charlotte Flair

I predicted that this match would have some kind of screwy finish, possibly including Becky Lynch, but I don’t think anyone was prepared for what would ensue at the end of this match, and the nature of the victory, a fully fledged Charlotte Flair heel turn, where she absolutely anihilated Ronda with kendo sticks, chairs, steel steps etc. Ronda is one tough lady, but you have to say with Nia Jax next in line for a Women’s Title match, could Ronda’s days with the belt be numbered?

Winner: Ronda Rousey (Via DQ)

My Prediction: Charlotte

Match Rating: 4.5/5


Champion vs. Champion

Brock Lesnar (Universal Champion) vs. Daniel Bryan (WWE Champion)

This was originally scheduled to be the rematch between Lesnar and AJ Styles, and much to everyones surprise, Daniel Bryan defeated AJ Styles on SmackDown to become new WWE Champion, this match looked to be a forgone conclusion when Brock dominated early on; However, after senior official, Mike Chioda, got knocked down, Bryan hit a low blow to get some advantage back into his favour, and this got him back in the match and made you believe that he would again triumph in the David vs. Goliath scenario. However, this was not to be, and Brock ended up winning this match, with more of a challenge than I think he anticipated.

Winner: Brock Lesnar

My Prediction: Brock Lesnar

Match Rating: 4/5


Overall, I think that some of the results, and a clean sweep 6-0 victory for Raw was very stupidly booked, I thought the last two matches took this from being an okay show to a good show. Brock has had two of his best WWE matches at the last two Survivor Series PPV’s, and unsurprisingly really considering he faced AJ and Bryan, the lack of acknowledgment of SmackDown winning the Pre-Show match was silly, and as much as I was looking forward to Becky vs. RondaCharlotte did a fantastic job, and kudos to WWE for the booking of the last hour of this show.

WWE Survivor Series Predictions

WWE Survivor Series is the annual extravaganza from WWE which pits Raw and SmackDown Superstars against each other.

This year Survivor Series is coming love from The Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday 18th November 2018.


Tag Team 10 on 10 Traditional Survivor Series Match (PRE-SHOW)

Team Raw: Bobby Roode & Chad Gable (Capt.), The B Team, Lucha House Party, The Ascension & The Revival


Team SmackDown: The Uso’s (Capt.), The New Day, SAnitY, The Colon’s & The Good Brothers

The Raw side of things seems pretty poor here, and the sheer firepower that SmackDown will have in the Tag Team division I think will pay dividends here. I believe that Team Blue will pick up the victory in this one.



WWE Cruiserweight Championship

Buddy Murphy (C) vs. Mustapha Ali

The battle for 205 Live supremacy intensifies, the wonder from Down Under – Buddy Murphy battles with Mustapha Ali with his Cruiserweight Championship up for grabs. The Brisbane native will look to build on his fantastic end to 2018, and look to head out of Los Angeles with his championship in tact.

Prediction: BUDDY MURPHY


Intercontinental Champion vs. US Champion

Seth Rollins vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

My opinion here is that Dean Ambrose may well get involved here to cost his previous Shield brother Seth Rollins this match. Therefore, I am going with Nakamura



Women’s 5 on 5 Traditional Survivor Series Match

Team Raw: Nia Jax, Mickie James, Tamina, Natalya & Ruby Riott (with Captain – Alexa Bliss)


Team SmackDown: Carmella, Naomi, Sonya Deville, Asuka & ???

There could well be some big egos in this match, and while it would be hard to look past Asuka who was 2017’s soul survivor, I believe this could well come down to Asuka and Ruby Riott, and I believe that she could well become victorious again!



Raw Tag Team Champions vs. SmackDown Tag Team Champions

Champion vs. Champion

AOP vs. The Bar

With AOP recently winning the Tag Titles over The Shield on Raw, it seemed like a bit of an after thought, they have been on a decent run since being back in the picture in the tag division, but I believe that The Bar will have enough to win in this one.

Prediction: THE BAR


Men’s 5 on 5 Traditional Survivor Series Match

Team Raw: Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre, Dolph Ziggler, Finn Bálor &  Bobby Lashley (with Captain – Baron Corbin)


Team SmackDown: The Miz (Capt.), Jeff Hardy, Shane McMahon, Rey Mysterio & Samoa Joe

I can see Strowman becoming a one man wrecking machine in this match, and it could well come down to him and Samoa Joe, I reckon that the big man from Raw will get the victory in this one.

Prediction: TEAM RAW


Raw vs SmackDown 

Ronda Rousey (Raw Women’s Champion) vs. Charlotte Flair

This was due to be Rousey vs. Becky Lynch, however, due to Lynch sustaining a concussion, broken nose and black eye on the go-home episode of Raw, WWE doctors have not cleared her to compete in this match, as we saw on SmackDown, Charlotte Flair will take her place representing Team Blue, in a match that many predicted could headline WrestleMania, we are in fact getting it at the second biggest WWE PPV. I predict a Charlotte screwy victory here. Possibly with the help of Becky.



WWE Champion vs. Universal Champion

Daniel Bryan vs. Brock Lesnar

Leading into Brock’s potential UFC return, I can’t see WWE’s booking team letting Bryan get much offence in during this contest. I feel like Brock will go over fairly quickly.

Prediction: BROCK LESNAR


With many last minute changes here due to Raw and SmackDown events, I believe that SmackDown will come out on top in this event.


WWE Crown Jewel Predictions

Crown Jewel is the controversial second WWE event coming from Saudi Arabia, this event will take place this Friday (2nd November) from The King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Here I look at each match and give my thoughts on what will go down at this event.


WWE World Cup Tournament – To determine the best in the world

Quarter Final 1

Bobby Lashley (USA) vs. Seth Rollins (USA)

As the current Intercontinental and Tag Team Champion – I believe Rollins will come out on top in this match and lead to an awesome Semi-Final match up with Kurt Angle. There will undoubtedly be the influence of Lio Rush at ringside for ‘His Man’ Bobby Lashley, the replacement for John Cena, who refused to take part in the event with it still being held in Saudi Arabia, however, I believe The Architect will be able to ‘Burn It Down’ and come out of this victorious.

Dan’s Prediction: SETH ROLLINS


Quarter Final 2

Kurt Angle (USA) vs. Dolph Ziggler (USA)

I feel that McIntyre could well cost Ziggler in this match, and the lack of Baron Corbin on this show is also a slight mystery. Don’t be surprised to see at least one of the two interfere in this match, which I ultimately believe will be won by Kurt Angle.

Dan’s Prediction: KURT ANGLE


Quarter Final 3

Jeff Hardy (USA) vs. The Miz (USA)

The Charismatic Enigma has blown hot and cold since his return from injury, and his feuds with both Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura have been well documented and somewhat well recieved by the WWE Universe. However, I don’t feel like Jeff will have enough here, and I can see a sneaky victory for The Miz and him advancing to set up a Semi-Final match with his new nemesis Rey Mysterio.

Dan’s Prediction: THE MIZ


Quarter Final 4

Randy Orton (USA) vs. Rey Mysterio (USA/Mexico)

Rey Mysterio’s return to WWE at SmackDown 1000 was a refreshing moment, he still looks in as good shape as he always has done and despite this new vicious streak from The Viper, I feel that Rey will pull the win out of the bag in this one and go on to face The Miz in the Semi’s.

Dan’s Prediction: REY MYSTERIO


Semi Final 1 (Going on My Predictions)

Seth Rollins vs. Kurt Angle

Another first time ever dream match for both Angle and Rollins, this is one which has the potential to steal the show, and I think the wily old veterean Kurt Angle will have just enough to beat Rollins, potentially with the unwanted help of Dean Ambrose.

Dan’s Prediction: KURT ANGLE


Semi Final 2 (Going on My Predictions)

The Miz vs. Rey Mysterio

The Miz and Mysterio have been at each others throats now since the segment on Miz TV last week, and this could well be the next chapter in that recently started rivalry. We all know that The Miz, more often than not will find a way to win and bend the rules to his advantage, and I can see him being victorious in this match up against The Master of the 619.

Dan’s Prediction: THE MIZ


Final (Going on My Predictions)

Kurt Angle vs. The Miz

It is my belief that this tournament was set up to insert Kurt Angle back into WWE as a credible player, and a good showing in three matches here I feel will culminate in the 1996 Olympic gold medalist (which he won with a broken freakin’ neck) becoming ‘The Best In The World’. This tournament should have been around years ago and would have been the perfect end to Chris Jericho vs. CM Punk. But we have it now, and I believe that The World Cup will be won by Kurt Angle.

Dan’s Prediction: KURT ANGLE


Smackdown Live Tag Team Championships

The Bar vs. The New Day

The New Day always have the advantage using their Freebird Rule, and not knowing which two members are going to be in each match can often be an excuse used in storylines. However, this time The Bar have a third member of their own, and not only a third member but The World’s Largest Athlete, The Big Show, in their corner. Show could well be the ace in the hole that The Bar need to keep hold of their championships, and I believe that he will indeed be the difference in this match and help the champions retain their belts.

Dan’s Prediction: THE BAR


First Time Ever

D-Generation X vs. The Brothers of Destruction

The match which some people are saying will close the show, and will most likely go very VERY long. This is a match for the ages which I for one am surprised didn’t happen sooner. It is the return of my idol; HBK! I have said for years that he can still go, and I think he will prove that he is still every bit as good as he has always been. I believe that Kane will work a great deal of this match for BoD and can see this match ending with Kane taking the fall to protect ‘Taker and make him look strong for the ineveitable rematch with Shawn Michaels.

Dan’s Prediction: D-Generation X


WWE Championship

AJ Styles (c) vs. Samoa Joe

This match was initially meant to be AJ Styles defending against Daniel Bryan, but due to the well documented issues within Saudi Arabia, Bryan, like John Cena, has refused to travel to Saudi Arabia for this event. Therefore Samoa Joe will be taking his place and getting himself a WWE Championship opportunity, but can he capitalise on Bryan not going? I don’t think he can, I believe that Styles will have enough and will win this match against his arch nemesis.

Dan’s Prediction: AJ STYLES


WWE Universal Championship

Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman

Following the heartbreaking announcement last week that Roman Reigns is battling Leukemia for the second time, WWE officials made the call to make this match a One on One singles match. It is my belief that Roman would have come out of this with his championship in tact, but with the events of the past couple of weeks, plans have had to be re-written and I believe that this is the time to put the belt on The Monster Among Men. I don’t think that WWE will put the title on Lesnar again at this stage, but as with WWE, nothing is ever straight forward. Don’t be surprised to see a Drew McIntyre interference in this match, possibly to help Braun win the title, then insert himself as the #1 Contender for said title.

Dan’s Prediction: BRAUN STROWMAN (New Champ)


Warning: This Post Contains Spoilers


WWE, again made history on Sunday 28th October when they brought their first ever all Women’s PPV, Evolution, to The Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, NY.

Lzzy Hale of Halestorm and Nita Strauss performed a song to open the PPV.

Michael Cole is joined on commentary by Reneé Young and Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix.

We also get a return from Lilian Garcia on ring announcing duties for some of the matches.



Trish Stratus & Lita vs. Mickie James & Alicia Fox w/ Alexa Bliss

This was a good back and forth match, Trish and Lita did look slightly rusty, but that is to be expected. Overall this was a decent match with Trish and Lita getting the victory with a Litasault followed by a Chick Kick.

Winners: Trish and Lita

Dan’s Prediction: Trish and Lita

Score: 1-0

Match Rating: 3/5



20 Women Battle Royal (winner earns Women’s title match)

Alundra Blayze vs. Asuka vs. Billie Kay vs. Carmella vs. Dana Brooke vs. Ember Moon vs. Ivory vs. Kelly Kelly vs. Lana vs. Mandy Rose vs. Maria Kanellis vs. Michelle McCool vs. Molly Holly vs. Naomi vs. Nia Jax vs. Peyton Royce vs. Sonya DeVille vs. Tamina vs. Torrie Wilson vs. Zelina Vega.

The IIconics were the last two to come out and berated the city they were in, they got in the ring and were eliminated immediately, this was a surpisingly short Battle Royal, which Zelina Vega thought she had won by throwing Moon and Jax over the top rope, only for both women to land on the apron, Nia then eliminated Vega meaning that the match came down to Nia Jax and Ember Moon, who looked like she had it won, but Nia Jax ended up eliminating her and setting up a future Women’s Championship match for herself.

Winner: Nia Jax

Dan’s Prediction: Asuka

Score: 1-1

Match Rating: 2.5/5



Mae Young Classic Final

Toni Storm vs. Io Shirai

Last years Semi Finalist, 22 Year Old Aussie, and NXT UK performer Toni Storm battled The Genius Of The Sky: Io Shirai, in the final of the Mae Young Classic. This match was refereed by Jessika CarrNXT’s Female referee. This was a very good match, I’ve heard a lot about both of these female superstars, and the match didn’t dissappoint. It was a match that throughout seemed as though it could go either way, and in the end it was Toni Storm who ended up hitting her finisher The Storm Zero for the win and becoming the second Mae Young Classic Winner.

At the conclusion of the match, both women were presented by flowers in the ring by Stephanie McMahon, and Toni Storm presented with the MYC Trophy by Triple H.

Winner: Toni Storm

Dan’s Prediction: Toni Storm

Score: 2-1

Match Rating: 3.5/5



Six Women Tag

Bayley, Sasha Banks & Natalya vs. The Riott Squad.

The Riott Squad started this match very strongly, and with not much Natalya action, was a lot of the time Sasha and Bayley tagging in and attempting to work together. Bayley sacrificed herself at one point to protect Banks from a Senton, and the match looked to be over when Nattie locked in a double Sharpshooter on Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan, only for Liv to make the save at the last second. This then led to Sasha hitting the Frog Splash, paying homage to her idol the late, Eddie Guerrero, to earn the W for her team.

Winners: Bayley, Sasha Banks & Natalya

Dan’s Prediction: Riott Squad

Score: 2-2

Match Rating: 3.5/5



NXT Women’s Championship Match

Kairi Sane (c) vs. Shayna Baszler

I predicted that Shayna would win and that her ‘Four Horsewomen’ buddies would get involved and I was totally correct. Marina Shafir got involved and the match ended with Jessamyn Duke kicking Sane in the head and Shayna locking in the Kirifuda Clutch until Sane passed out.

Winner: Shayna Baszler – NEW Champion

Dan’s Prediction: Shayna Baszler

Score: 3-2

Match Rating: 3.5/5



Last Women Standing Match for SmackDown Live Women’s Championship

Becky Lynch (c) vs. Charlotte Flair

The match started very quickly and got very physical with the use of kendo sticks and chairs. Both women took it in turns to slam each other onto the pile of chairs in the ring. Charlotte attempted her Moonsault through a table on Becky, but the table didn’t break, she ended up doing a Swanton Bomb which did. Becky tapped out to a Figure 8 which Charlotte had used a ladder to apply, but as this is a Last Woman Standing match, it doesn’t matter. Becky breaks it with a chair and attempts to leave through the crowd. Becky ends up doing a legdrop off a ladder, through the announce table to Chharlotte who beat the count. The finish occured when Charlotte laid Becky on a table and went for a Moonsault, but Becky got up and Powerbombed Becky through the table and Charlotte was unable to answer the count of 10. The crowd gave this a standing ovation

Winner: Becky Lynch

Dan’s Prediction: Charlotte Flair

Score: 3-3

Match Rating: 4.5/5 – MATCH OF THE NIGHT



Raw Women’s Championship

Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Nikki Bella w/ Brie Bella

From the get go Ronda Rousey controlled this match, but Brie attempted to interfere when the referee wasn’t looking, attempting to help her twin sister. Nikki did manage to get some decent offence in during this match and even got a near fall with a springboard kick. When Brie again tried to interfere, Ronda ended up slamming both Bella’s simultaniously. Nikki got a couple more near falls off of an Alabama Sla and then the Rack Attack 2.0. But ultimately the Baddest Woman on The Planet locked in her patented Armbar causing Nikki Bella to tap out. Ronda hugged family and friends at ringside.

Winner: Ronda Rousey

Dan’s Prediction: Ronda Rousey

Score: 4-3

Match Rating: 3.5/5


The PPV Ended with Rousey walking up the ramp and the entire Women’s division on stage in a huge show of unity, this was a fantastic PPV and goes to show that the days of using the Women’s matches as the ‘Piss Break’ are long gone.

A superb Effort from all involved

Overall Score: 3.5 out of 5


WWE Evolution Predictions

Evolution is WWE’s first all Women’s PPV and will be taking place at The Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York this Sunday (28th October). Dan looks at each match and gives his thoughts on what will go down at the event.

Tag Team Match

Trish Stratus & Lita vs. Mickie James & Alexa Bliss (or Alicia Fox)

Although this has been announced for a few weeks, there was a rumour that Bliss suffered a concussion over the weekend at a live event, and if this is the case then there is talk of her being replaced by Alicia Fox. I can see the Hall of Famer’s picking up the victory in this one, rolling back the years and pulling out all their old moves.

Dan’s Prediction: TRISH & LITA

Six Woman Tag Match

Riott Squad vs. Bayley, Sasha Banks & Natalya

I believe that WWE are grooming The Riott Squad as the first Women’s Tag Team Champions, and so I believe that this will be a big win on a big stage for the team. I can see there being some dissension in the ranks between Bayley and Sasha and this could indeed cost them the match

Dan’s Prediction: RIOTT SQUAD

Mae Young Classic Final

Io Shirai vs. Toni Storm

I’ll be honest here and say that I haven’t seen any of the Mae Young Classic this year, but having heard about a few of the ladies from this years tournament, I think it is going to be won by Toni Storm.

Dan’s Prediction: TONI STORM

Battle Royal – Winner Receives a future Women’s title match

Alicia Fox vs. Alundra Blayze vs. Asuka vs. Billie Kay vs. Carmella vs. Dana Brooke vs. Ember Moon vs. Ivory vs. Kelly Kelly vs. Lana vs. Mandy Rose vs. Maria Kanellis vs. Michelle McCool vs. Molly Holly vs. Naomi vs. Nia Jax vs. Peyton Royce vs. Sonya DeVille vs. Tamina vs. Torrie Wilson vs. Zelina Vega.

So far, there have been 21 participants announced for this Battle Royal for the chance to win a future Women’s Championship Match, I am surprised at the lack of announcements of any NXT talents, and think that there may be some announced, and this will I think determine the winner of this match. I believe that Asuka will win if the current line up remains, and I think it will be won by NXT’s Nikki Cross should the NXT Superstars be added to the match.

Dan’s Prediction: ASUKA / NIKKI CROSS

NXT Women’s Championship

Kairi Sane (C) vs. Shayna Baszler

With Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir signing WWE Developmental deals, could this lead to The Four Horsewomen from UFC joining forces in WWE – With Rousey defending her championship on the same show, there could well be something special about this. I predict that WWE may well put the belt on Shayna again and have her UFC buddies in her corner, making her even more of a force in the NXT Women’s division, and in the process making history by becoming the first ever Two-Time NXT Women’s Champion. 

Dan’s Prediction: SHAYNA BASZLER (New Champ)

WWE SmackDown Live Women’s Championship

Last Woman Standing Match

Becky Lynch (C) vs. Charlotte Flair

WWE are currently pushing Becky as a super heel and Charlotte as a super face, and I can well see this match causing a ‘double turn’ with Rumours circulating that Old Man Flair will be in attendance backstage at this event, could Naitch play a part in this and help his little girl to regain the Women’s Championship? I believe he may, as much as I don’t want to see Becky lose the title this soon, this is certainly a feud which can run and run.

Dan’s Prediction: CHARLOTTE FLAIR (New Champ)

WWE Raw Women’s Championship

Ronda Rousey (C) vs. Nikki Bella w/ Brie Bella

Ronda will dominate from start to finish in this match, which I have a feeling is going to close the show. I think that this will be a quick match which will cause a retention for the Champ.

Dan’s Prediction: RONDA ROUSEY

Daniel Bryan OFFICIALLY Cleared to return

Finally, after two long years of medical evaluations, WWE‘s medical Director Dr. Joseph Maroon, has officially given the ‘YES, YES, YES’ to Daniel Bryan to return to in ring action.

The former WWE World, Intercontinental, United States and Tag Team Champion had seen numerous neurosurgeons, neurologists and concussion experts all who cleared him, but finally got the all clear today from Maroon. He was forced to retire in 2016 and took a job as Smackdown LIVE’s General Manager.

It was always Bryan’s goal to get back in the ring, and there was speculation he could end up in NJPW or Ring of Honor if WWE didn’t clear him by the time his contract expired, rumoured to be in September this year.

With WrestleMania just around the corner, what could this mean for Bryan?

There are some dream matches for Bryan we are surely looking forward to seeing, and how WWE incorporates him into the storylines will be interesting to see.


BioWare announce a new Dragon Age game and delays for Anthem

BioWare announced Anthem at the Microsoft E3 2017 conference along with some imressive gameplay footage and it looked amazing and it’s scheduled to be on Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Windows PC. Anthem is thought to be the next big hit from BioWare but news has come out that the game has been delayed because they want it to be great and it is now described as a double down ‘make or break‘ situation for the team.

BioWare have said that the game is now expected to be released in 2019 instead of being released at the end of this year as originally hoped. If they are able to make this work then it might just be the biggest Online multiplayer action role playing game of 2019.

That wasn’t only news to come from BioWare today though as they have announced that a new Dragon Age game is in the works. Fans of the series are excited because we haven’t had a Dragon Age game since 2015 when we saw the release of the highly successful Dragon Age Inquisition. The previous games were also a success and Inquisition was the first one on the current generation of consoles and just like that game was, this one is surely going to be highly anticipated. The new Dragon Age game is set to be released after Anthem at some point in 2019.

When we get more news you will be able to find it out here.