Only two days removed from WWE Extreme Rules, Graham "GSM" Matthews, RJ Marceau and special guest Zach McGibby break it all down on the latest WrestleRant Radio, but first and foremost, they give their thoughts on the return of the King of the Ring tournament and Bad News Barrett winning it all. Does it mean big things for the bearer of bad news, and should the tournament have been held over the course of a few weeks?
Getting in the Extreme Rules review, the trio talk why the Dolph Ziggler vs. Sheamus match (despite the stupid stipulation) was well booked and what's next for Dean Ambrose. Could he be inserted into their rivalry? Also, new WWE Tag Team Champions were crowned in The New Day, and GSM, RJ and Zach give their two cents on what it might mean for the tag team division going forward. Stay tuned for more discussion of the Triple Threat title match at Payback, Bray Wyatt vs. Ryback, the finish to Extreme Rules, and much more!
With only five more days to go until WWE Extreme Rules, Graham "GSM" Matthews and RJ Marceau are joined by special guest Andre to give their full picks, preview and predictions for each match on the card! First and foremost, however, they break down the news that Seth Rollins' Curb Stomp finisher has been banned from WWE! What was the reasoning behind it, and will he find a new (good) finisher? In other news from Raw on Monday night, more seeds were planted for a Kane babyface turn, but it remains to be seen whether he'll play a factor in the main event of Extreme Rules between Randy Orton and Seth Rollins.
Also, more details were revealed about Tough Enough on Monday night, which the trio talk about along with what their thoughts were on The Miz and Damien Mizdow being rushed on Raw. Was Miz going over the right move? Other topics of conversation include Naomi's heel turn and if the timing of it was right, Daniel Bryan's recent health issues, who Bray Wyatt might be referring to in his recent promos, who walks out of Extreme Rules as WWE World Heavyweight Champion, and much more!
It was another electrifying episode of Raw on Monday night, this week's edition emanating from England! Graham "GSM" Matthews, RJ Marceau and special guest Jake waste no time reviewing it, getting right into their thoughts on Kane rebelling against The Authority's Seth Rollins. Is a babyface turn imminent for The Big Red Monster? John Cena went up against Bad News Barrett in the latest U.S. Open, but the crew has some criticisms of the concept: is it necessary to have the champion/challenger kick out of the other's finishers every week? And who else could step up to face Cena for the title?
In other Raw news, Big Show laid out Roman Reigns in impressive fashion, and with an encounter at Extreme Rules likely, GSM, RJ and Jake discuss the continuation of their feud and why it must end... immediately! Randy Orton and Seth Rollins chose the stipulations for their match at the pay-per-view, and RJ has an interesting idea for what they should have done instead. Stay tuned for more talk on Daniel Bryan's health issues and being exclusive to SmackDown, financial woes in TNA, Naomi's heel turn, and much more!
With WrestleMania 31 come and gone, Graham "GSM" Matthews, RJ Marceau and special guest Randy Cruz are still reeling from the wild week in wrestling, including the shocking news of AJ Lee's WWE departure. Did it stem from her marriage with former star CM Punk, or was she just burned out? They discuss her decision to retire along with how her absence will affect the Divas division going forward.
Monday's Raw was nothing short of noteworthy as Randy Orton emerged as the new No. 1 Contender to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. What are the gang's expectations for their Extreme Rules encounter, and where will Roman Reigns fall on the pay-per-view card? The trio also give their two cents on other Raw items including Sheamus' recent repackaging, Neville's big match against Seth Rollins, the Miz-Damien Mizdow feud, and more.
Finally, GSM, RJ and Randy dissect Stone Cold Steve Austin's alleged "heat" with WWE in addition to Chris Jericho's interview with John Cena on WWE Network. Did Cena almost go heel in 2011, and did he ever have any legitimate hatred for The Rock? Find out for yourself!