Exclusive: End of Era as Raw overruns to end from tomorrow- We reveal why

Any real wrestling fan will know that Raw never ends on time. This was a tactic both WWE and WCW used in the 90s to try and stay on the air longer than each other and create the feel that wrestling was real, and couldn’t be timed out perfectly. However, from tomorrow night, this tradition will come to an end, as the USA have instructed the WWE to start going off the air by 22.59.

This will come as a relief to many, who have grown tired off tedious 3 hour Raws, feeling the extra 15-20 minutes is completely unnecessary. Raw went to 3 hours on July 23rd 2012. At the time, there was mixed opinions about the move, with fans split about the decision. The WWE promoted the change by airing the hilarious commercial posted below:

Hilarious Commercial for 3 hour Raws

As time has gone on, most fans have grown to dislike the format, crying out for the WWE to drop the show back down to a more digestible 2 hours. That hasn’t quite happened yet, but many will certainly see losing 15 pointless minutes as a positive. The move will also allow fans who watch both the WWE and NFL, to watch the majority of the 4th quarter of the NFL Monday Night game- which is obviously the most significant part of the game.

According to our sources, the decision was made to aid the sitcom Modern Family, which was picked up by the USA Network for a whopping $1.5m per episode, just for syndication (old episodes). In the past, coming on after Raw would aid many programmes, as the USA Network believed that the WWE audience would continue watching the channel. However, based on research and social media activity, the USA Network feel that many fans of the sitcom are tuning out when they see wrestling on TV- with the tune out statistics seemingly outweighing the number of viewers who stay tuned.

Exclusive: Why Brock Lesnar won the Universal Championship

Last Friday at Crown Jewel, Brock Lesnar defeated Braun Strowman for the WWE Universal Championship.

The reasoning behind this is because the WWE are keen to have The Rock defeat Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania, and do a rematch between the pair in Saudi Arabia in April. However, if they are unable to secure The Rock, it’ll be Braun Strowman who will defeat Lesnar, and finally take his place as the WWE’s top babyface. The seeds for this were clearly sewn last Friday.

If the WWE don’t secure The Rock, it’s not known if Lesnar vs Strowman if the WWE will go back to Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair. However, we can confirm, that the story put out by Dave Meltzer, about Batista vs Triple H being the planned Main Event, is completely FALSE. Whilst the match WAS pencilled in, it was NEVER considered to Main Event ahead of Rousey vs Charlotte or anything involving The Rock.

Despite the fact that Rousey and Charlotte are still set to face at WrestleMania, that match is no longer the preferred Main Event. To find out why, check out our exclusive story by going to:


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Patreon Exclusive: Crown Jewel FACTS & rumour killers

You’ve read all the crap written by the con artists and social justice fucktards who cover wrestling, now let’s hit you with the FACTS, given to us by one of our ever reliable sources- because unlike the others, we actually have reliable sources.


This story epitomises the sort of crap these so called wrestling writers make up. Moving the event to Manchester hasn’t even been a f*cking conversation the WWE have had. Ths fake date being tossed around is 4th November, the same day Manchester City play Southampton at 3pm in Manchester, making it virtually impossible to pull off, due to the fact that Manchester Police would suddenly need to double the amount of people they employ for just one day, or decide not to Police the WWE event properly- which is never going to happen, especially when you consider that the fact that the event would be held at the MEN, the exact building where the Ariana Grande terrorist attack took place.

This seemed like a fun and logical bullshit story to throw out, but when you look at the FACTS, it’s clear that it was never even suggested. Just your typical fake news piece.

The Michaels and Lesnar situation 

I love seeing idiots blindly writing bullshit like, “they will just move the matches to another show, like Survivor Series or they will change the venue.”

Oh really Dave? Who’s gonna pay Michaels’ and Lesnar’s wages then? You, with the Observer money you’ve made from scamming dumb gullible morons who can’t work out they are being hoodwinked by your dead news?

To read the rest of this story and find out what will really next, including what Lesnar and Michaels are set to be paid, click the link below:

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Dirty Sheets continue our PERFECT month

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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Patreon Exclusive: Lesnar & Rousey BOTH set for UFC 226

[/spp-transcript]According to our sources, the WWE’s two biggest box office draws, Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey, will BOTH be a part of UFC 226 next weekend.

The WWE already gave Ronda Rousey permission to be there, as she will be inducted into the Hall of Fame of July 5th. However, we have now been told that…….

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Video: PROOF that The Dirty Sheets are 100% CORRECT about Daniel Bryan

For anyone who’s ever been STUPID enough to doubt us, watch this video:

We have been at the forefront of the Daniel Bryan situation, from as far back as January, when we exclusively revealed that he was trying to get fully cleared, after the WWE told him that they were willing to let him tag with Shane McMahon in a “limited capacity.” The fact we reported this in January, means we have already landed the story of the year for 2018, nobody will EVER take that away from us.

However, this latest interview with Bryan confirms that we are STILL undeniably the No.1 source, with every story we have put out, all but confirmed by Bryan.

In the interview, Bryan confirms that:

• He IS looking for more creative control and DOES give his ideas. He even cites John Cena as an example. We reported that Bryan was looking for some creative control and that John Cena was advising Bryan about his future (20 minute mark).

• His dream opponent isn’t Nakamura or AJ Styles, but BROCK LESNAR, and that he wants to work him- ideally at a WrestleMania (24 minute mark). This was exclusively reported by us, and ridiculed by various losers in various forums.

• Bryan DID ask for his release if he wasn’t cleared, which we exclusively reported last year when we posted the heavily cited story, “use me or lose me.”

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Exclusive: Did Daniel Bryan cost Miz the Money in the Bank?

As we previously reported on Patreon, way back on May 20th, Braun Strowman was the original choice the win the Money in the Bank match- with the cash in set to happen ON THE NIGHT, after a Lesnar vs Reigns rematch at Money in the Bank.

However, the WWE then opted to change course, not book Lesnar vs Reigns at Money in the Bank and to go with The Miz instead. However, a Miz victory was always conditional on IF they could tie Daniel Bryan down to a new deal- with the plan being to hold off The Miz vs Daniel Bryan until WrestleMania 35, and to do a Triple-Threat between Lesnar vs Reigns vs Strowman at SummerSlam.

Unfortunately, as Dirty Sheets patrons will be aware of, Daniel Bryan has yet to put pen-to-paper, forcing the WWE to go back to their original plan, and giving the win to Strowman. Strowman is now expected to cash in at SummerSlam.

Exclusive: Interesting note about Raw Main Event

This week’s Raw was main evented by Finn Balor and Kevin Owens. Interestingly, back in September 2016, this match was pencilled in to be the Universal Championship match at WrestleMania 33. That was until the WWE realised that Balor wouldn’t be back in time for the Rumble. This was then changed to Owens vs Jericho and then finally, Goldberg vs Lesnar. The original plan for Lesnar, was for him to face Shane McMahon.