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Another Wrestling Week 28 (29th November 2021)
Wrestling news, MJF, CM Punk, Austin Theory, Pat McAfee, and more!
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I’m here raving about wrestling news, outcomes, and events that grab my eye, ear, and occasionally my nose, in addition to giving you That’s Not Wrestling and ranting about PPVs on YouTube. I’m Danny Damage, and here is Another Week of Wrestling for November 29th, 2021, for Geeks + Gamers!
—From the previous week’s episode of Another Week of Wrestling!
For Friday night’s Survivor Series, the Vince McMahon’s Egg narrative was carried over from the film Vince’s a Whore. Jesus-fucking-Christ!
Dolph Ziggler vs. Matt Riddle Randy Orton was horrified when Riddle dressed up as him. Riddle, on the other hand, triumphed with an RKO, warming Orton up to the concept to the point that Orton struck Robert Roode with Riddle’s Bro Derek.
The fans (and the women’s locker room) were put in their place by Becky Lynch and the effects of her viewing a lot of old heel films of The Rock while pregnant.
Tamina vs. Bianca Belair Belair did a promo before the match that contradicted everything Becky Lynch had just said about fans not supporting the lasses; great. Belair was victorious thanks to the Kiss of Death. Natalya attempted an ambush on Belair, but was ejected from the ring. This gave Doudrop the chance to creep up on Belair and do some damage.
The bout between Seth Rollins and Finn Balor was canceled. Outside the ring and using the ring steps, Rollins beat the crap out of Balor. Before Rollins was hurried up the ramp, Seth blasted Finn with a pair of curb stomps. This week, the story of a Rollins fan attack has been all over the wrestling news. He should have been thrown out on his buttocks and never allowed to return. If you don’t offer individuals a reason to behave badly and instead reward them for it, it’ll happen more often, right?
The Street Profits vs. AJ Styles and Amos Angelo Dawkins felt his team was on the verge of losing, so he used a fire extinguisher to get himself DQ’d.
Carmella and Zelina Vega vs. Nikki Cross and Rhea Ripley Thanks to a cunning piece of seclusion from Ripley and a Code Red on Cross, Raw has new women’s tag champions.
Vince McMahon isn’t fond of snitches, even if it means he gets his egg back. As a result, Vince penalized Sami Zayn by assigning the championship match to Austin Theory instead of Big E. Vince is insane!
Cedric Alexander vs. Reggie. When Cedric pinned Reggie, a new champion was crowned. Dana Brooke then took it from Cedric, and the whole 24-hour train came to a halt, everyone scratching their minds since they weren’t supposed to fight a woman. I’ve got a question: where did Dana Brooke go? What the heck happened if this is her natural physique (and face)? Dana Broke-n is what I’m going to start calling her…
Dominic & Rey Mysterio vs. Bobby Lashley Lashley was almost overpowered by Mysterio and his son, but after gaining a clean shot, he speared Rey and forced Dominic to submit.
“I conduct autograph signings and let the small kids hold the trophy; it doesn’t mean they’re the champion,” Becky Lynch said to Liv Morgan in Pot o’ Gold.
The open relationship dilemma of Damian Priest… Apollo and his awful accent appear, but they refuse to accept. Instead, Sami Zayn accepts the offer. Priest wanted a point in the match that caused him to lose it once more so he could “snap” and display the Damian portion of his name. I’m reminded of the time in TNA when Abyss’ “brother,” Joseph, needed a location to bleed in order to evolve mid-match and finish off his opponent. I understand the strategy; however, there’s no need to repeat the process indefinitely.
For the main event, Seth Rollins sat ringside. Seth double-checked his surroundings before walking down the aisle, just to be sure he wasn’t being followed. Kevin Owens arrived a few minutes later.
Austin Theory vs. Big E Big E takes advantage of Theory being distracted by the outside brawl between Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins; a nice performance and some exposure for Theory, however. Theory, as they say, has all the tools, and I’m expecting huge things from him – well, as big as things can go when you’re messing about with Vince McMahon and his $100 million golden egg.
Grayson Waller vs. Tommaso Ciampa Despite the fact that no one anticipated Waller to win, he put up a good fight against the champion before succumbing to the Fairy Tale Ending.
At NXT War Games, Cameron Grimes challenged Duke Hudson to a hair vs. hair contest.
Kayden Carter and Kacy Catanzaro vs. Indi Hartwell and Persia Pirotta Persia was almost alone this week since Indi was down in the dumps and preoccupied the whole time. Kayden and Kacy’s gimmick is that they’re both little children who like going out at night. Indi is pinned after looking at her wedding band for too long.
Malik Blade vs. Santos Escobar Escobar won a routine squash match. Electra Lopez is still crotch-hurt after the bout since Xyon Quinn refused her down. Kyle O’Reilly and Von Wagner interrupt them, claiming that they, too, want a shot at the tag belts. Imperium arrived on the balcony and informed the two teams that they needed to resolve their differences next week, and that the victors would battle each other at NXT War Games.
Cora Jade vs. Mandy Rose Kay Lee Ray began destroying items at ringside with a baseball bat before the contest even started. As a result of Rose’s distraction, Jade was able to pull off an upset victory through a rollup.
Joe vs. LA Knight Gacy never got off the ground. Before the bout, Grayson Waller jumped Knight, and the two battled off into the distance. The Diamond Mine urged Gacy to hit the bricks before he could cut one of his promos. Strong’s moniker, according to Gacy, is evidence of toxic masculinity, and the Cruiserweight belt is nothing more than a fat-shaming ploy. Roderick Strong promised him he’d disregard the belt’s weight restriction and challenge Gacy at NXT War Games.
Yulisa Leon vs. Ivy Nile Nile’s second performance was stunning — he was dominant, confident, and full of promise. She would have had it if there had been more spot for my wrestling news graphic. Instead, I got to see her perform sit-ups while crushing someone’s neck/head for the second time.
The Grizzled Young Veterans were beaten by Josh Briggs and Brooks Jenson.
Johnny Gargano vs. Pete Dunne. Carmello Hayes vs. Johnny Gargano vs. Carmello Hayes vs. Johnny Gargano vs. Carmello Hay Another triple-threat bout from NXT. There are regulations one minute, and the threat of disqualification the next. The next thing you know, it’s a free for all, and the referee is letting everything slip, with even Trick Williams getting involved. Not to mention the ridiculous three-way submission holds and places strewn across the showcase. Hayes defended his championship by pinning Gargano, aided by Tony D’Angelo’s elimination of Dunne.
The Vultures of Television didn’t take long to convert NXT into a caricature of itself. It’s no surprise that the men’s War Games match was cobbled together in the same haphazard fashion as the women’s. The formula is so evident that the audience was screaming “war games” while the guys brawled after the game. Tomasso Ciampa stepped out and joined the faces, prompting Bron Breakker to back up the heels (the younger/newer talent) and book the bout by yelling, “Warrrrrr Gaaaames.”
AEW Dynamite is a brand of explosives developed by AEW.
CM Punk arrived in front of his hometown fans for his bout, but MJF had something to say beforehand. They had a lot of fun arguing back and forth. It’s well worth the search. I’m not sure I could give it justice with words, but here it is! My only concern is the frequent mentions of persons who do not work for the firm. The way certain names were specifically avoided gave the impression that WWE legacy was relevant/applicable in AEW. “The King of Kings,” for example, seemed much too flattering; “that person with the gigantic nose and shovel” would have sufficed. Anyway, it’s a little annoyance. Enjoy!
QT Marshall vs. CM Punk When we returned after the break, QT was also in the ring. Punk won because to a GTS that arrived five minutes too late. I understand Chicago’s desire for their local hero, but they’d already seen him for more than 20 minutes. AEW must have something else that’s almost as nice…
Gunn Club vs. Bear Country, Colten and Billy Gunn. The Gunns cruised to victory. Darby Allin and Sting frightened off all three Gunns after the game.
Dante Martin abandoned Lio Rush and joined Team Taz.
Thunder Jamie Hayter vs. Rosa Rosa took advantage of the Heel’s ringside shenanigans and rolled Hayter up in the midst of the chaos. Britt Baker didn’t sit well with Hayter.
Chris Jericho resumed his projection tour, mocking someone else’s looks one again. Someone from 2.0 was blamed this time for having a square head and resembling Spongebob Square Pants. Coming from Patrick the starfish’s mid-life crisis version, that’s hilarious.
Colt vs. Bryan Danielson Cabana “Wait, This Isn’t YouTube” Bryan stomped his foot and tapped Cabana with the LeBell Lock after kicking him about for a while. It’s all good. Bryan is a fantastic opponent, and he seems to be having a good time.
Pac, Lucha Brothers, and Cody HemorRhodes vs. Malakai Black, Andrade El Idolo, and FTR. Cody tossed his belt into the audience, which was returned thrice. It’s got to be your favorite! Malakai misted Pac for the pinfall and then left Andrade to finish him off.
WWE SmackDown is a weekly television show that airs on the WWE
Leftovers and Black Friday deals; this isn’t exactly a promotion touting the product’s quality.
The event began with Roman Reigns and Paul Heyman, who belittled Kayla Braxton to the point that she had to leave the ring. Reigns reminded everyone of the list of individuals he’s defeated and effectively said that no one is left. Pat Mcafee wondered whether the audience was yelling “Let’s go, Brandon!” when it was really Brock Lesnar who was being sought. What a legendary figure.
Jeff Hardy was in a replay section sponsored by a vehicle insurance company, LOL. Next week, it’ll be Drunky Uso!
Happy Corbin and Madcap Moss vs. Drew McIntyre and Jeff Hardy. The Happy Lads’ night would be ruined by a Claymore and a Swanton Bomb.
Cesaro vs. Ridge Holland After tossing Cesaro about for a few minutes, Holland was caught off surprise by a Cesaro the veteran rollup.
Michael Cole remarked it sounded dirty when a “Thanksgiving Leftovers Throwdown” match was announced, thus Pat McAfee said it’s getting messy in his trousers. I’m not sure how he gets away with half of his lines. Is there anything he knows about someone? Or is he just so respected by Fox that Vince has no say? That is difficult for me to believe. In any case, Pat McAfee is smashing it in this capacity, and he’s the highlight of this week’s WWE news!
Angel vs. Rick Boogs Because WWE was dissatisfied with the amount of food that went to waste during Survivor Series, there were tables piled high with leftovers all around the ring. Humberto was pushed through one of the tables by Nakamura, but Angel was able to defeat Boogs with his Wing Clipper. Garza, like Carrillo, seems to have been thrust into the crucible of undesired surnames. Humberto and Angel’s names weren’t the worst of all the ridiculous names that have come out of the NXT machine.
Charlotte Flair smacked Toni Storm in the face with two cream pies.
Shayna Baszler and Natalya vs. Naomi and Sasha Banks Naomi received a battering and defeated Natalya by pinfall. Throughout the show, Sonia Deville was on commentary, defending herself against Pat McAfee’s frequent charges that she had a quarrel with Naomi.
Invitational Battle Royal on Black Friday. Drew McIntyre was originally left out of the bout, as revealed in a high school “Did I make the cut?” skit earlier in the night. Drew dashed into the ring before the bell sounded, swinging his sword and cleaned house. During the commercial break, Adam Pearce persuaded Drew to leave. Jeff Hardy seemed to have won the match, but Sami Zayn had been expelled previously between the second and third ropes, so he slithered back in and shoved Hardy over the top to win. Kayla Braxton, on the other hand, stormed into the ring and ruined Zayn’s party by revealing Brock Lesnar’s suspension was lifted.
Pat McAfee referred to Ricochet’s face as “a Viking Dump on Ricochet’s face” during the bout. Give the guy an increase in wages! I believe I’m swooning even more now than when Cory Graves was originally called up!
Rampage of the AEW
Orange Cassidy and Wheeler Yuta vs. Adam Cole and Bobby Fish In this one, Adam Cole’s reputation suffered another hit. Putting Cassidy’s foolishness over has also knocked Fish on its backside a couple times. Yuta was struck by an avalanche Falcon Arrow from Fish.
Next week’s opponents are Tony Nese and Sammy Guevara.
Britt Baker vs. Riho Riho won the game with a deceptive roll-up. This was a difficult contest to watch. We don’t have to watch Baker and others follow in Kenny Omega’s footsteps just because he likes wrestling youngsters.
Eddie Kingston vs. Daniel Garcia We got off to a good start, battling for the upper hand. In 2.0, Garcia received assistance from the outside of the ring, which allowed Garcia to go on top of Kingston. Kingston wins with a spinning back fist. After that, all three of them jump Kingston, and Chris Jericho walks away from the commentary table when he sees an opportunity to capitalize on Kingston’s momentum and limelight. Bitty, bitty, bitty, bitty, bitty, bitty
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