WWE Fastlane 2017 | Results and 10 Things Learned

WWE Fastlane 2017 | Results and 10 Things Learned

WWE Fastlane, live on the WWE Network, taped March 5th in Milwaukee, WI. Results are immediately after the show, along with 10 things learned.

10 Things Learned

  1. Pull the phone cord ‘accidentally’ if your boss expects you to stay on the phone for 3 hours.
  2. Samoa Joe, remember when you main-evented a second-rate promotion? Here’s a second-rate PPV. You’re first, bud!
  3. Wait, we’re seriously saying that the one person who can’t keep herself off TV isn’t backstage!?
  4. Cesaro gonna need to tape his back for carrying that match!
  5. Alicia Fox is a typical chick, cheering while her boyfriend tries to beat up her ex.
  6. Where is The Rock?! Rusev got a haircut! The Rock Makes Fun of Haircuts!!!!
  7. Roman Reigns wrestled in his running shoes.
  8. Braun midnights as a cruiserweight.
  9. Braun, ISYMFS. CT Fletcher and Braun
  10. Trolls get trolled. Ask Kevin Owens.


  • Akira Tozawa & Rich Swann def. THE Brian Kendrick & Noam Dar w/Alicia Fox via Pinfall.
  • Samoa Joe def. Sami Zayn via Submission.
  • Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson (c) def. Enzo & Big Cass via pinfall to retain the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship
  • Sasha Banks def. Nia Jax via Pinfall.
  • Cesaro def. Jinder Mahal via Pinfall.
  • Big Show def. Rusev via Pinfall.
  • Neville (c) def. Jack Gallagher to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.
  • Roman Reigns def. Braun Strowman via Pinfall.
  • Bayley (c) def. Charlotte Flair via Pinfall to retain the WWE Raw Women’s Championship.
  • Goldberg def. Kevin Owens (c) via Pinfall to become the new WWE Universal Champion booking results: 6 out of the 8 advertised card matches.

See ya at RAW!

WWE Summerslam 2015 Results and 15 Things Learned

WWE Summerslam 2015 Results and 15 Things Learned

WWE Summerslam 2015 – White Ranger and Botches

  1. Winners wear white.
  2. An audible needed to be called when spots are blown.
  3. Timekeeper is the extra ref?
  4. Damn, where’s HBK when Undertaker walks backstage?! “Omg, it’s a blackout!”
  5. Where’s Kane in the whole mixup?
  6. The influence of @jdfffn is real!
  7. I seriously need to get my booking on WWE standards. I’m booking like it’s supposed to make sense.
  8. Big E ain’t rated E with that dancing.
  9. Woods better watch that name dropping. Remember when kobe’s name got dropped, a guy got fired.
  10. New Day boots look like Greek god Hermes slippers.
  11. Four hours and no musical?! Wrestlemania, take notes!
  12. No Mountain Dew drinks were harmed in the production of this PPV.
  13. Time to change the Twitter, Cena.
  14. Eat. Sleep. F5. Repeat.
  15. I felt lowballed in this last match.


  • Sheamus def. Randy Orton via pinfall.
  • The New Day def. Prime Time Players, Los Matadores, and The Lucha Dragons via pinfall.
  • Dolph Ziggler and Rusev ended in double count-out.
  • Stephen Amell and Neville def. King Barrett and Stardust via pinfall.
  • Ryback def. The Miz and The Big Show via pinfall.
  • Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose def. The Wyatt Family.
  • Seth Rollins def. John Cena via pinfall to become unified WWE World Heavyweight and United States Champion.
  • Team PCB def. Team Bad and Team Bella via pinfall.
  • Kevin Owens def. Cesaro via pinfall.
  • The Undertaker def. Brock Lesnar via submission. prediction score: 3 out of 10.

The Most Common Wrestling Injuries

The Most Common Wrestling Injuries


The Most Common Wrestling Injuries


Wrestling is a tough physical sport, which demands strength, agility, quick thinking and endurance. As a contact sport, it is no surprise that the risk of injuries is high, but what are the most common types of injury and what can you do to reduce your risk of being injured while wrestling?

Common wrestling injuries

The most common wrestling injuries include:


Bruising occurs when the capillaries (the smallest type of blood vessel) burst. Bruises are usually blue or purple in colour and they are visible on the skin. In wrestling, bruising is extremely common due to the physical body contact and moves such as throws and take downs. Severe, prolonged bruising of the ear can also result in a condition commonly known as cauliflower ear, which occurs when the top of the ear becomes swollen so that it looks like a cauliflower.


Sprains occur when the ligaments surrounding a joint are out under pressure and become stretched. In wrestling, ankle and wrist sprains are very common due to the nature of the throwing movements and the risk of falling and landing awkwardly.

Shoulder injuries

The shoulder joints come under extreme pressure in wrestling and there is a high risk of injuries including dislocation and soft tissue damage. There is also a risk of overuse injuries, which occur as a result of repeated movements and actions, such as throwing the opponent to the ground.

Dislocated collar bone

Falling is part and parcel of wrestling and one major injury risk is a broken collar bone (clavicle); this usually occurs when you land and put your hand out to break the fall. The impact of the fall travels up the arm causing the collar bone to be dislocated.


Dehydration is common in wrestlers who are trying to make a certain weight in order to compete in a specific class or category. Dehydration can cause dizziness, tiredness, loos of concentration and low blood pressure and athletes should be encouraged to say hydrated at all times to prevent illness and injury.

Missing teeth

As well as causing concussion a steel chair to the head or smashing into a ladder can cause wrestlers all kinds of dental injuries. Chris Jerico, Edge, Chris Benoit and Mankind are just some of the famous names to have lost teeth during matches. It’s possible to save a tooth if it’s been smashed out by holding it by the crown, avoiding the root and storing it in milk to be attached at a later date. Missing a tooth can act as a badge of honour for some of the uglier wrestler’s but the pretty boys have to rely on discreet braces like Cfast to close that gap. (for more info on dentistry in the UK, click this link)

Knee ligament injury

Knee ligament injuries can occur in wrestling as a result of landing awkwardly, twisting the joint or changing direction quickly. The most common types of ligament injury include damage to the medial and lateral collateral ligaments, which run to the inside and outside of the knee respectively. Ligament injuries can range from mild to severe, with the most serious injuries taking many months to heal.


Concussion is a head injury, which can potentially be extremely dangerous. Concussion usually results from impact to the head, which may be a result of a collision with another person or landing on a hard surface. Symptoms of concussion include blurred or double vision, headaches, dizziness and in severe cases, loss of consciousness. It is very important to manage concussion carefully, as the symptoms may be delayed and all athletes who have a suspected head injury are advised to seek medical attention.


Preventing wrestling injuries

There are rules in place to reduce the risk of injury and it is important that competitors comply with these regulations in order to protect themselves and their opponents. Wearing protective equipment is extremely important and it is essential to warm-up properly before every session, whether it’s training or a competitive match. The surface is also vital and referees should ensure that the fight takes place in a suitable environment and take the responsibility to stop play if there is a risk of severe injury.


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5 Spades Tips

Take away the nil, make the 2 of spades & diamonds the 2nd highest pair of cards in the deck, remove the 2 of clubs and hearts, the 100 point bag penalty, add some sh*t talking, and what do you have? Our version of Spades!

  1. 52 cards…..divide that by 4 and you got every card in the deck 4 trumps (2 of Spade & Diamonds and 2 Jokers) and 4 of each card from 3 to Ace. Keep a sensible count and you’ll know how many is being played and can (somewhat) predict a cut.
  2. Spades are like bullets: deadly when fired
  3. When score is in doubt, all it takes is 7 books to win a hand.
  4. Avoid the scenario of someone cutting behind you. It rarely goes well.

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Scripted: Yes. Fake: OH H*LL NO

The sport of wrestling has been called multiple things ranging from awesome to crap and to real to fake….
The Whole Deal
It is a soap opera. These guys travel up and down the road performing this with their bodies. Bumping the ropes, getting slammed on the mat, all the bumps are real. Now some punches are stiff and others are not. For years, people do this sport left and right, get rich, but pay a horrible price, either during or post-wrestling career.

The Price
TNA Personality Terry Bolea has gone through multiple surgeries to repair his back. For those who do not recognize the name, here is a face for it.
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Exactly. Hulk Hogan. Over the years, he has performed this sport and has had everything from hip to back surgeries as a result of it.

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