For those in the WWE Universe afraid that they would have to sit through another year of a part-time champion with Brock Lesnar, those fears were erased on Sunday night as Seth Rollins cleanly beat Lesnar to regain the Universal Title at Summerslam.
"Extreme Rules" was an exciting pay-per-view for the fans in Philadelphia, one that featured several surprises and had one good match after another. However, WWE saved one final surprise for the end, as Brock Lesnar cashed in his briefcase on Seth Rollins to become a three-time Universal Champion.
Since arriving to WWE from NXT in 2015, Becky Lynch has constantly been a major superstar in the women's division. She competed in the women's title match at WrestleMania 32. She was the first woman drafted to SmackDown, and the first-ever SmackDown women's champion.
At Sunday night's Extreme Rules, it seemed as if the story of the night would be that the WWE put the Intercontinental title in the main event. Instead, it was yet another pay-per-view in which the discussion was about the fans.
MLW is the resurrection of a promotion that ran from 2002-2004. While MLW has existed since then in the form of a website, and most notably a podcast network, the rebirth marks a new player in the growing world of wrestling offered on television.
As we head into Royal Rumble weekend, several wrestlers have been spotlighted for the big match. However, one man has had the spotlight on him for the match more than most, and it's the first man to declare he was entering: Elias.
Since the Hardys' return back at WrestleMania, fans have been clamoring for the return of Broken Matt Hardy, the gimmick he started in TNA. On Monday night, those fans got what they wanted, as Hardy emerged as the bizarre character to cut a head-to-head promo with Bray Wyatt.