The WWE have made contact with AJ Lee to appear at their upcoming women’s PPV, “Evolution.”
Many will naturally point to the fact that the WWE are only contacting AJ because she conviningly won a poll asking fans who they would like to see at the PPV. However, this could not be further from the truth.
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Dave Meltzer and a host of other Micky Mouse wrestling sites reported that Cena vs Undertaker had been discussed and pencilled in for SummerSlam. This report is absolutely false and never had any truth to it from day one.
After citing Meltzer’s story, worthless sites like NODQ and many others, became even more certain that Cena was facing Taker at SummerSlam, when Cena trolled them with the Instagram post, below:
The fact is, this is a CLASSIC Cena troll job. Cena is fully engaged with his filing commitments for The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle. The is film due to be released next Spring, so Cema will be needed to re-edit the final scenes of the movie. In addition to that, Cena also has various commitments centring around the promotion of the Bumblebee Movie, which is set to be released this Christmas.
With the WWE clearly aware of Cena’s hectic schedule, it’s crystal clear that due to Cena was never even considered for a match against The Undertaker at SummerSlam, due to his obvious unavailability. In contrast to Cena, The Undertaker DID make himself available for SummerSlam several months ago, but offered the company a select list of wrestlers he’d be willing to work with. According to our sources, it was a very short shortlist, with AJ Styles, Daniel Bryan and long-time friend, Drew McIntyre, the only men on the list. The current plan is for The Undertaker to miss SummerSlam, but feature on shows in Australia and Saudi Arabia, and at WrestleMania 35.
If you’re on this site, you should pretty much know that the winners and losers in wrestling are all pre-determined and if you are in a top spot in the company, this is decided and “GIVEN” to you by the booker. Well, apparently, you don’t know this if you’re a deluded and embarrassing moron called, “Roman Reigns.”
Reigns tweeted out the following:
Seriously, at this point, what more can we really say about this cancerous shit stain on pro wrestling?
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Our sources have unveiled an incredible contract, which was offered to the Ultimate Warrior in 1997, just months after Vince McMahon told Bret Hart he couldn’t afford him.
As we all know, Warrior rejected the offer and never came back to the WWE. However, had he accepted, the signing could have changed the course of WWE history, given the incredible timing- as the offer was made at the beginning of the “attitude era.”
Would the Warrior have been McMahon’s preferred choice to be the company’s No.1 babyface, instead of Steve Austin?
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[spp-ctabuttons]For those hoping that Roman Reigns will eventually be pushed down the card, due to continuous poor feuds, poor crowd reactions and poor merchandise sales- better be prepared to have their hopes crushed. Roman Reigns isn’t going anywhere, and that latest plight of Jinder Mahal, proves that.
After having a program with Roman Reigns, that concluded with a horrible match at Money in the Bank (which the crowd the shit all over), Jinder Mahal hasn’t been seen on TV since. This is because poor Jinder has been held responsible for the failure of the feud, with Roman Reigns seemingly blameless for any of it.
According to our source, during a de-briefing meeting after the Money in the Bank PPV, officials conceded the match between Reigns and Mahal had been a disaster. However, it was determined that the reasoning for this was because the company made a mistake pairing Reigns up with Mahal, as Mahal wasn’t a believable enough opponent- leading to the conclusion that Mahal has failed to establish himself as a main event performer, despite the company’s investment in him.
Stephanie McMahon, the saviour of women’s wrestling, is set to return to Raw this Monday to make announcement.
The Dirty Sheets can reveal that……..
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The Dirty Sheets have been on fire throughout July, and the perfect run continued this week.
So far this month, we have exclusively broken the following stories:
- We revealed that Brock Lesnar would appear at UFC 226 (see proof, with date, below) ￼✔
- We revealed that Brock Lesnar to defend the WWE Universal Championship at SummerSlam ✔
- We provided inside information about Daniel Bryan’s contract status and revealed that he has signed a short-term deal ￼✔
- We broke the news that Braun Strowman and Kevin Owens would face off in a Cage Match at Extreme Rules ￼✔
- We revealed that Rey Mysterio has re-signed a new deal with the WWE ￼✔
- We provided inside information on Dolph Ziggler and Rusev’s contract negotiations ￼✔
- We revealed secret details about Bray Wyatt’s car accident ￼✔
- We revealed that Nakamura would win the United States Championship, a push originally intended for Cien Almas ✔
- We reported that Randy Orton would return as a heel, with AJ Styles needing future opponents ✔
Note, we have also reported that AJ Styles vs Samoa Joe and Daniel Bryan vs The Miz are penciled in for SummerSlam- matches that a set to be confirmed this Tuesday.
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After winning our Patreon subscribers over $3825 in 2018, out Extreme Rules Betting Picks are now available on Patreon, by going to the link, below:
Not only will you receive Betting Picks, but you’ll receive all the exclusive latest breaking news. In the past few weeks alone, we have been solely responsible for revealing news about:
- Brock Lesnar’s appearance at UFC 226 (see proof, with date, below) ✔
- Daniel Bryan’s contract status ✔
- Revealing Braun Strowman would face Kevin Owens in Cage at Extreme Rules ✔
- Rey Mysterio re-signing with the WWE ✔
- News on Ziggler and Rusev’s contract negotiations ✔
- Inside information about Bray Wyatt’s car accident ✔
The Dirty Sheets have been at the forefront of all things relating to Daniel Bryan throughout 2018. We were the ONLY site to report that Bryan was attempting to get full clearance in December 2017 and that a tag match against Owens and Zayn was on the table for WrestleMania (with Bryan originally set to participate in a limited capacity, before clearance was granted). Whilst The Dirty Sheets were single-handily completely on top of the situation, other sites continued to wrongly resign Bryan to the Japanese and independent scenes.
Lately, we have been the only site to accurately report news relating to his on-going contract negotiations, highlighting creative issues, a lighter schedule and a desire to work with Brock Lesnar- facts that were ALL confirmed by Bryan in a recent interview.
After months of negotiations, we can now confirm that Daniel Bryan has opted to sign a short 3-month contract extension, beginning on September 1st and ending on December 1st. This deal is in place, so that Bryan can work shows in Australia and Saudi Arabia, and the Survivor Series, whilst contract negotiations continue for a long-term deal. It’s being said that a long-term deal can replace the 3 month deal anytime, however, its more likely that Bryan will begin his new deal on January 1st, giving him full control of his obligations during December, where he strongly wishes to spend time with his family.
According to our sources, the parties aren’t too far from agreeing on a new deal. Whilst creative control hasn’t been granted by the WWE, a “right to refusal” has been agreed upon, along with a lighter schedule. With Bryan’s main concerns no longer an issue, he’s now 99% likely to pen a new long-term deal with the company.
During last night’s event at MSG, Bobby Roode faced Mojo Rawley and appeared to injure his knee. During the match Roode came off the top rope missing Rawley and immediately collapsed grabbing his right knee. The match then immediately ended with Rawley pinning Roode for the win. The referee removed Bobby’s knee pad and Bobby spent about 5 minutes on the mat clutching his knee in the fetal position. He was then helped to the back clearly in pain. While this of course could all be a work, it would seem odd to have Mojo Rawley go over Bobby Roode in such a lackluster finish at MSG.