Sorry for the hiatus, I got real wrapped up in this new job (SILLY!). I am also going to try and be a little more original with the episodes. I think I might do a Top 5 Wrestlers of the Week, or maybe an insight into the behind the scenes world of wrestling (maybe even the wrestling game). So! On a related note, here is a recap of last weeks wewe.

The second week of wrestling was as good as the first, even better in some ways. The first match saw the return of a fan favorite, while the second match featured a clash of titans, as an up and comer challenged an established veteran for a championship!

May 17th 2021: Another week filled with wrestling news and results, but this time it’s a small dose of what is to come in the next few years. The biggest news is that Triple H will be taking a more active role behind the scenes and will be making decisions about who will be the next big star in the WWE.

Another wrestling week #2 (May 17, 2021)

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Thanks for joining us! In addition to the fact that not every Thursday is wrestling, I will cover other wrestling events that caught my eye on Monday. I’m Danny Schade, I write for Geeks + Gamers, and it’s another week of struggle! <Previous issue Another wrestling week! WWE Wrestlemania Backlash took place last night. Mostly it was an entertaining show, but there was some nonsense too. I won’t go into more detail about it now (because I’ll be talking about it in more detail on my YouTube channel soon), but the rest of the show is worth watching. The biggest omen is that Cesaro will finally get a chance to shine in the main tournament of the WWE title; it’s just a shame that in six months, management probably won’t like him as much. The unstable Bayley is much better than the Super Karen Bayley, and she had a great one-on-one with Bianca Belair. Dominic Mysterio proved yet again why he shouldn’t try his father’s moves, or any top moves for that matter. Don’t forget to take a snack/smoke/pipi break during the Miz/Prist/Zombie chatter. What a waste of time. Further proof that WWE is #WrinkyWhoreEntertainment and that Vince is more interested in putting sponsorship above his talent, his company and the business as a whole. Tony Han , it seems to piss people off outside the wrestling world too. His football team (English football is played with the feet, not the hands), Fulham FC, performed poorly and relegated to the lower division. Football club supporters have asked Khan to leave and make way for someone who knows how to do his job. Others seem to think Khan should do his other things/hobbies. (Photo: Sky News) It’s no surprise that Khan tells people who have played the game before how to play it. Honestly, you can keep the idiot. We don’t need him either. At least football as a whole is a relatively simple concept; he’s more likely to realize that over time. Hardcore wrestling legend New Jack is at 14. May died of a heart attack. For those not familiar with New Jack, his Dark Side of the Ring episode will interest, entertain and shock you. It’s very interesting and definitely worth a look. Even though he was relatively young at 58, I’m sure many people are surprised he made it this far. Those who knew him never made a secret of the fact that he was crazy in and out of the ring, and that it was no stranger to him jumping off something ridiculous or hitting his head with something heavy. Best wishes to his friends and family. In an effort to keep people from discussing the obvious knife work that was caught on camera during AEW Dynamite this week, photos of Christopher Daniel’s eye went viral on the internet and had people sucking air through their teeth. This is not the worst case I’ve found; you can look it up yourself…. if you want. At least Daniels’ injury seems to be healing well. This is better to look at than the screenshot of the razor/smoke gun that was on display next to him last week! Bray Wyatt has taken a leave of absence from WWE to take care of his mental health. Wyatt has been pulling back a bit lately to let Alexa Bliss take over the role of creepy supernatural being on Raw, but in his last appearance he was clearly not at his best. Bray is still mourning the death of John Huber/Luke Harper/Brodie Lee, and it’s becoming too much for him to handle. Love and energy coming your way, big guy. It must be hard to understand something like that, let alone deal with it, when things are changing and evolving so rapidly these days. There’s nothing wrong with getting out of town and taking some time for yourself. That’s it for this week. Evaluate and discuss! Subscribe and stay tuned for my coverage of WrestleMania Backlash, and don’t forget to follow This Is Not Wrestling, which airs every Thursday on GeeksandGamers.com. Keep it up, and I’ll see you next Monday to discuss #AnotherWeekOfWrestling! The background was designed by Rachel Hope. Thanks for reading! Feel free to connect with me on Twitter and/or stay up to date on anything I write: word-image-5167 word-image-5168 word-image-5169 word-image-5170 word-image-5171 word-image-5172 word-image-5174 word-image-5176This week, the WWE was in a couple of different places. In the U.K., they held a house show in London, and then they traveled to Glasgow for a show there. In the U.S., they held their annual Money in the Bank event, which was in New York, New York. (N.Y.).  The first match that took place was for the WWE United States Championship. The champion at that time was Bad News Barret. He was challenged by a returning Bobby Roode, who was formerly NXT Champion, and the two had an excellent match. In a twenty minute match, Roode defeated Barrett with the Glorious DDT, thus winning the United States Championship.. Read more about championship wrestling and let us know what you think.

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