Is the WWE Draft happening in June?

WWE will present another Draft in June. The current Raw and SmackDown rosters could do with a little bit of a shake-up, with the WWE Draft the perfect opportunity to do that.

In case you didn’t know…

The WWE Draft was brought back in 2016.

On the July 19th, the men and women on the WWE roster were split between both Raw and SmackDown. Mick Foley was installed as the Raw General Manager, under Stephanie McMahon as the Commissioner, whilst on SmackDown Live Daniel Bryan was given the GM position by Commissioner Shane McMahon.

The top stars on Raw that came from the draft include Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins and Brock Lesnar, whilst SmackDown is led by AJ Styles, John Cena and Dean Ambrose.

The heart of the matter 

After almost a year since the last Draft, a potential 2017 Draft coming in June would give the two rosters a big shake-up. Some of the feuds on both shows are being overdone and could do with some new faces thrown into them. If WWE wants to get the best out of its stars, the promotion should be looking at some big changes in the next few months.

What’s next?

With this being WrestleMania season, we are about to see the end of some of the biggest storylines on both Raw and SmackDown. If the WWE Draft was set to take place in June then that would give the company a fresh impetus in the run-up to SummerSlam in August.

Sportskeeda’s take

A Draft taking place every twelve months or so is a good thing in the world of WWE. With the amount of TV and pay-per-views on offer, it can become true that some of the top stars feature too much, with a limited number of opponents available some matches seemingly happen far too often.

Mixing up both roster will be great to see, with some stars heading for new feuds and big money matches with brand new opponents.

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Video: Watch Vince McMahon Fire The Rock on Raw

The biggest story coming out of Monday’s Raw was what happened after the show went off the air, as The Rock called CM Punk in front of the live crowd.

But, The Rock also appeared before the show went on the air, and he was confronted by WWE chairman Vince McMahon.

Towards the end of The Rock’s pre-show appearance, McMahon interrupted and “fired” him. Needless to say, he didn’t really fire The Rock. It was just part of the entertainment portion of the program.

As of this writing, WWE hasn’t posted the video of Vince firing The Rock. However, an audience member did capture the moment and tweet it out. You can check it out below.

Vince fired the rock ??? #RAW

— Khulood ? (@crazy_girl93) February 21, 2017

The Rock was at Raw to film a scene for the movie Fighting with my Family, which focuses on former Divas Champion Paige’s journey to WWE. He was never supposed to appear on television, but he did want to do a spot for the live crowd at the Staples Center.

We don’t know when The Rock will appear on Raw next, but we do know that he’ll be at WrestleMania on April 2.

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Top Potential Spoilers of this week

Two behemoths will take center stage Monday night as Raw continues its build to its Fastlane pay-per-view on March 5.

The massive Braun Strowman has been on a roll of late, but he will be faced with his most intimidating and imposing challenge to date when he battles Big Show in singles competition.

That match may be the night’s only announced contest, but several events from last week’s show have the Feb. 20 broadcast, emanating from Los Angeles’ famed Staples Center, shaping up to be the most compelling of 2017.

What will universal champion Kevin Owens have to say about his shocking betrayal of Chris Jericho from a week ago? What excuses will Charlotte Flair make for losing the Raw Women’s Championship to Bayley?

Thanks to and an interesting social media post from one of wrestling’s biggest stars, we have an idea of what to expect from Monday’s three-hour broadcast on USA Network.

On Tap

Big Show vs. Braun Strowman is, visually, an impressive match. Two gigantic Superstars whose athleticism is vastly superior to that of the big men who competed in bygone eras, they have the potential to deliver a satisfying heavyweight brawl.

The contest should put Strowman over strongly as he prepares to combat Roman Reigns at Fastlane. Speaking of The Big Dog, do not be surprised to see the three-time WWE champion appear at some point in the match, avenging a beating he suffered at the hands of Strowman two weeks ago.

A week after defeating Charlotte Flair to capture her first Raw Women’s Championship, Bayley will arrive in Los Angeles for her first episode of the flagship show as the lead female in the most prominent women’s division in wrestling.

The former champion will almost assuredly have some sort of excuse for her loss last week, citing Sasha Banks’ interference despite the fact that Dana Brooke attempted to do the same on her behalf.

Speaking of The Boss, could she have ulterior motives for helping Bayley achieve glory? Perhaps the first hint of her motivations will become clearer Monday.

What will Kevin Owens’ explanation for his shocking betrayal of best friend Chris Jericho be when the universal champion takes to the squared circle for the Feb. 20 broadcast?

The angle, arguably the best wrestling betrayal since Shawn Michaels tossed Marty Jannetty through the window on The Barber Shop, reinvigorated Owens’ heel persona. How WWE follows that up Monday night could determine how much heat the impending program between him and Jericho generates.


News, Potential Spoilers

Early Monday afternoon, WWE announced on its official website that Diamond Dallas Page will be the next inductee into the 2017 Hall of Fame class.

That announcement is typically coupled with a video package that debuts for the first time on Raw. That will likely be the case Monday night, as WWE already hit its official YouTube page with an onslaught of DDP matches and segments.

Even earlier in the day, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson caused a stir by announcing on social media that his Seven Bucks Productions’ film, Fighting with My Family (based on former Divas champion Paige’s family), was shooting in L.A.’s Staples Center.

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Rumor: Another WWE Draft Coming This Year?

Last summer, in an effort to give a boost to SmackDown’s falling ratings, WWE decided to bring back the brand split. They also moved SmackDown to Tuesday nights, thus making a live weekly show for the first time ever.

Since the split, most wrestling fans would agree that the blue brand has the better show. But, it’s clear that WWE still considers Raw to be their main show, as most of their top talent appears exclusively on Monday nights. But, that could change soon, as Cageside Seats is reporting that WWE is thinking about doing another draft in June.

It was recently reported that Vince McMahon wants to move AJ Styles over to Raw, and if they do a draft over the summer, then the WWE chairman will likely move The Phenomenal One over to Monday nights.

As for other potential roster moves, well, there’s been some who think that Roman Reigns should be moved over to SmackDown if WWE brings AJ Styles to Raw. Of course, that probably won’t happen as long as WWE considers Raw to be their main show.

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Video: The Rock Calls CM Punk After “Monday Night Raw” Goes Off the Air

Anything can happen at a live WWE show, and in this case, that statement was taken to extreme measures.

After “Monday Night Raw” went off the air from the Staples Center in Los Angeles tonight, The Rock once again made a live appearance in front of the crowd. This was the second time that he appeared that night, as he addressed the fans before the show, saying that he was going to be shooting some footage for his upcoming movie about Paige.

During this time, the crowd began to chant for CM Punk. Being the quick-witted guy that he is, the “Great One” immediately called the “Voice of the Voiceless” and left him a message on his cell phone:

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Punk heard about this, and gave his response via Twitter:

Thanks Los Angeles. Nice to hear from you. @STAPLESCenter

— Coach (@CMPunk) February 21, 2017

In addition to The Rock entertaining the crowd, two actresses, playing AJ Lee and Paige, came out and wrestled a match for the movie.

This is so surreal. #WWELA

— – WWE News (@nodqdotcom) February 21, 2017

Here comes “Paige” #WWELA

— – WWE News (@nodqdotcom) February 21, 2017

The crowd is booing this “match.” I’m guessing it will be heavily edited. #WWELA

— – WWE News (@nodqdotcom) February 21, 2017

“Paige” won the title and cut a promo. Crowd mainly booed and left. #WWELA

— – WWE News (@nodqdotcom) February 21, 2017

Editor’s Note:

I bet that this was an awesome experience for the crowd. As I’ve mentioned before, WWE always puts on a great live show, and I recommend always going if you get the chance. Tonight was a GREAT example of that statement!

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Women’s Title Match Set for “Fastlane 2017”

You knew this one was coming. Last week on “Monday Night Raw”, Bayley upset Charlotte to become the Raw Women’s Champion for the first time. This continued Charlotte’s streak of losing the title on “Monday Night Raw” though every time before she’s won it back in the pay per view rematch, which brings us to this week.

Earlier tonight on “Monday Night Raw”, Charlotte announced that she was invoking her rematch clause and will face Bayley for the title again at “Fastlane 2017”. This came after Bayley refused to relinquish the title back to Charlotte due to Sasha Banks interfering in the title change the previous week. Stephanie McMahon seemed to approve the match, thereby making it official.

Opinion: I already wrote a full column on how this doesn’t make a ton of sense and that’s still the case here. Bayley didn’t need to win the title this early in the first place and I don’t see the need to hand it right back to Charlotte so soon. It’s pretty clear that we’re going to get a Banks heel turn at the pay per view but that doesn’t mean it was the best move overall. Either way, you can see the four way with these three and Nia Jax at “wrestlemania XXXIII” from here so this is more of a formality than anything else.

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Tag Team Title Match Set for “Fastlane 2017”

That’s one more for the list. With less than two weeks to go before “Fastlane 2017”, it’s probably about time to start filling in the card. That’s exactly what happened this week on “Monday Night Raw” as we now have a Tag Team Title match set, thanks to a #1 contenders match taking place.

On tonight’s episode of “Monday Night Raw”, Enzo Amore and Big Cass defeated Cesaro and Sheamus to earn the title shot at the pay per view. The teams had been in the middle of a small feud over the last few weeks thanks to Amore and Big Cass costing Cesaro and Sheamus their rematch for the Tag Team Titles.

Opinion: It’s not like the division means anything at this point as there are a total of three teams who ever go after the belts. Cesaro and Sheamus vs. Anderson and Gallows had been done to death so it’s about time they switched things up to a fresh team. They need some fresh competition though or it doesn’t matter who defends the things going forward. Either unify the belts back or send some of the teams over from Smackdown because this is getting very tiresome.

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Video: The Rock Appears Before “Monday Night Raw” Goes on the Air

FINALLY the stuff before the show means something. The Rock is one of the biggest stars in all of Hollywood and as luck would have it, tonight’s episode of “Monday Night Raw” took place in Los Angeles, California. Rock just happened to be in time filming footage for his upcoming movie on the life of Paige and he stopped by “Monday Night Raw”.

Appearing before the show went on the air, Rock came out to address the crowd and spouted off a few catchphrases. He also got in a few jabs at John Cena, saying he would have put Cena in the movie but they wanted it to be good. Eventually Vince McMahon came out and “fired” the Rock before the two of them left together. You can see some video below.

Opinion: I love the fact that Rock does these quick cameos from time to time. It’s ridiculous to expect him to be a full time wrestler or make full time appearances with everything else he has to do but it’s nice to see him pop up every now and then. Even if it’s just for about five minutes like this, it gives the fans a thrill and makes Rock look like he remembers his roots.

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.@TheRock is here!!!

— Eric Goldman (@TheEricGoldman) February 21, 2017

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Finn Balor unlikely to make his television return before WrestleMania 33

Finn Balor is unlikely to make his television return before WrestleMania 33. Just last week, it was reported that he has been advertised for WWE Live events in March, which had spurred on rumours that he will be making an early return.

However, it now seems that the Demon King will only return at the Show of the Immortals in April.

In case you didn’t know…

Finn Balor sustained a shoulder injury during last year’s SummerSlam. During his WWE Universal Championship match against Seth Rollins, a turnbuckle powerbomb from Rollins resulted in Balor’s shoulder getting dislocated. He did pop his shoulder back into place and even went on to win the match but his joy was shortlived.

The following day, the doctors informed Balor that he had a partial tear in his labrum, which is a piece of rubbery tissue attached to the rim of the shoulder socket. The labrum keeps the ball of the shoulder joint in place. The tear occurred when Balor’s shoulder suffered the impact from the powerbomb into the guardrail.

The initial prognosis was made and it was suggested that it would take four to six months for Balor to return to action. However, during the operation, the doctor found a litany of other issues near Balor’s shoulder, which pushed back his return.

The heart of the matter

Balor has been advertised for Live events in Buffalo, New York on 10 March, Toronto, Ontario, Canada on 11 March and White Plains, New York on 26 March. He has also been advertised for the European tour in May but that is after WrestleMania.

However, it is expected that he won’t have an actual match even at the Show of the Shows. Rumours suggest that the WWE have no plans of rushing him back from his injury and are not taking any risks, much like the case of Seth Rollins, who has reinjured his knee.

What’s next?

All the advertisements and promotion suggest that the WWE wants Balor to return as soon as possible. With just six editions of Monday Night Raw left before WrestleMania 33, Balor could be cutting it really close.

Sportskeeda’s take

As fans of pro wrestling, we are frustrated to see so much uncertainty surround one of our favourite wrestlers. There are so many rumours abound that we do not know what to trust and what not to. Moreover, Balor himself is teasing fans on social media.

WWE should not rush the Demon King back to action. Perhaps, it would be best in everyone’s interests to hold off until the Raw after ‘Mania.

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Monday Night Raw Results – February 20, 2017

Monday Night Raw
Date: February 20, 2017
Location: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Commentators: Michael Cole, Corey Graves, Byron Saxton

It’s a big show this week with a ton of things to get to. First of all, Brock Lesnar is scheduled to be in the house and that’s huge in general. Second, Bayley has been told to either give her title back to Charlotte or else, which could mean multiple things. Oh and Rock might be in town. Let’s get to it.

In Memory of George Steele. Not Ivan Koloff for some reason.

We open with a long recap of the Festival of Friendship and Kevin Owens turning on Chris Jericho.

Owens is sitting in the ring in the dark in a chair to get things going. When he was growing up, if anyone had told him he would be defending the World Title against Goldberg in the main event of a pay per view, he would have thought you were crazy. Of course he’d be in the main event of a pay per view, but against Goldberg? The Goldberg chants start up and Owens thinks that’s exactly what he wanted to hear.

That’s the chant that makes Goldberg think he’s invincible as they head into their match at Fastlane. At the pay per view, all Owens has to do is outlast and outsmart Goldberg because the longer a Goldberg match goes, the weaker and weaker he gets. Owens is the master of outsmarting opponents and no one knows how to play the game like him. Goldberg can say Owens is next all he wants but as far as Owens is concerned, Goldberg is nothing. As for what happened last week with Jericho….Owens drops the mic and walks out.

Cesaro/Sheamus vs. Enzo Amore/Big Cass

The winners get a title shot at Fastlane. Cass slugs it out with Cesaro to start before it’s off to Enzo, who is launched at Sheamus in the corner. Back from an early break with Enzo in trouble but backdropping Cesaro out to the floor. Sheamus gives chase though and Cesaro just blasts Amore with an uppercut to break up the hot tag attempt. Cass comes in a few seconds later and everything breaks down. The corkscrew uppercut drops Cass but Enzo breaks up the swing. The East River Crossing ends Cesaro at 9:17.

Result: Enzo Amore/Big Cass b. Cesaro/Sheamus – East River Crossing to Cesaro (9:17)

Post match Enzo runs his mouth and gets Brogue Kicked.

Owens is leaving when Mick Foley comes in to say he has a match with Sami Zayn tonight. Kevin chuckles and says he thought Foley liked Sami.

Video on Braun Strowman.

Video on Bayley winning the Women’s Title and fulfilling her lifelong dream.

Roman Reigns interrupts Foley and wants to fight Strowman tonight. Foley says that can’t happen but here are Anderson and Gallows to interrupt. They want to fight Reigns again tonight and Foley agrees if Roman can find a partner.

Brian Kendrick vs. Akira Tozawa

Tozawa won’t shake hands so Kendrick hits him before the bell, including sending him neck/ear first into the turnbuckle hook. The Captain’s Hook knocks Tozawa out and there’s no match.

In the back, Kendrick says he won’t be disrespected like that.

Roman Reigns/??? vs. Anderson and Gallows

Non-title and Reigns’ partner is……not here as this is just going to be a handicap match. Anderson starts for the team but Roman drops them both to control early on. Gallows kicks him in the face though and it’s already off to the chinlock. The Boot of Doom is broken up and it turns into a double beating on the floor. A chair is brought in but Reigns takes it away and beats the champs down for the DQ at 3:57.

Result: Anderson and Gallows b. Roman Reigns via DQ when Reigns used a chair (3:57)

Post match Reigns Superman Punches Gallows and spears Anderson out of the air, sending the champs crawling away.

Video on New Day being announced as the hosts of Wrestlemania.

New Day vs. Rusev/Jinder Mahal

Before the match, New Day says they’re working on a bunch of things right now, including being the hosts of Wrestlemania and trying to become the voices of the hyenas in the new Lion King movie (Kofi: “That’s not a joke.”).

On top of that, they’ve got the ice cream machine plans back and THEY’VE DIGITIZED THEM! Lana holds up a tablet and says she has the plans….which seem to be authentic. Apparently they include a flux capacitor, three unicorn hairs and New Day starts panicking. Woods: “HOW DID SHE GET THE PLANS?” Big E.: “You know she’s Russian right?”

The match is joined in progress with Rusev grabbing a bearhug on Kofi. It’s quickly off to Jinder, who can’t do a thing due to high levels of being Jinder Mahal. Big E. comes in and cleans house, including putting Rusev on the floor for a big dive. This lets Woods take the tablet back and completely destroy it for a big pop. The Midnight Hour puts Jinder away at 3:42.

Result: New Day b. Rusev/Jinder Mahal – Midnight Hour to Mahal (3:42)

Video on George Steele.

Austin Aries is in the ring for the contract signing between Neville and Jack Gallagher. Since Gallagher is present, there are already cookies and tea prepared. Gallagher quickly signs before Neville can even come out. Neville does the same and immediately goes to leave, only to be stopped by Gallagher.

Neville mocks all of the British stereotypes and calls Gallagher a caricature. The real streets of England look like Neville but Gallagher is what the WWE Universe wanted Neville to be. Gallagher assures him that he is NOT a joke because this is the real thing. The table, including the tea is turned over and the fight is on with the headbutt sending Neville outside.

Nia Jax b. Sara Pierce

Splash and Samoan drop finish Pierce at 34 seconds.

Result: Nia Jax b. Sara Pierce – Samoan drop (0:34)

Post match Nia says she’s putting Bayley and the title on notice.

Black History Month video on Barack Obama.

Here’s Bayley for her first appearance as Women’s Champion. She grew up here in California and had a dream of being a champion and getting to point at a Wrestlemania sign. When she was a kid, her dad brought her to the events and bought her all the shirts and toys. Last week, the first thing she did was call her dad and it’s a call she’ll never forget. Bayley’s dad is here tonight and the fans are making her look cool in front of her dad.

Cue Stephanie McMahon to ask if Bayley’s dream included everyone wondering if she could have done it without Sasha Banks. Stephanie’s daughters look up to her and she wants to know if Bayley is going to throw everything away for the sake of a championship that she didn’t earn. Bayley is about to hand it over when Sasha Banks comes out to say don’t do it. She thinks about it but says no way is she handing the title over. Bayley won the title because of the WWE Universe. The title belongs to all of them and she’ll defend it any time any place.

Cue Charlotte to say she’s cashing in her rematch at Fastlane. Sasha cuts her off and says Bayley will keep the title at the pay per view. As for tonight though, Sasha’s knee is feeling fine so let’s have a trip down memory lane. Stephanie makes the match right now.

Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte

Bayley is on commentary. Joined in progress again with Sasha grabbing a headscissors but getting her face driven into the match. Charlotte does the Figure Four faceplants and grabs a necklock. Sasha is sent outside and we take a break. Back with Charlotte grabbing a dragon sleeper. Sasha fights out and makes her comeback, including a dropkick in the corner. Cue Dana Brooke for a distraction but Bayley cuts her off, allowing the Bank Statement to make Charlotte tap at 10:03.

Result: Sasha Banks b. Charlotte – Bank Statement (10:03)

Diamond Dallas Page Hall of Fame video.

Sami Zayn knew Owens would do this kind of thing and he told us all it would happen. He sees a lot of similarities between Owens and Samoa Joe, including both of them doing all kinds of horrible things for the sake of some demented loyalty to someone else. Tonight, Sami is kicking Owens’ teeth down his throat.

Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn

Non-title. Before the match, cue Samoa Joe to massacre Sam. For some reason he agrees to the match anyway and it’s a Cannonball to crush Zayn even worse. The referee pulls him off so it’s a second Cannonball and the Pop Up Powerbomb to give Owens the pin at 1:11.

Result: Kevin Owens b. Sami Zayn – Pop Up Powerbomb (1:11)

At 10:48pm, this show is dedicated to the memory of Ivan Koloff.

The bosses are in the back and Stephanie ribs on Foley for not coming out there during either the women’s segment or Samoa Joe beating Sami down. Foley FINALLY stands up for himself and blames Stephanie for Seth Rollins being injured. He was telling HHH and Stephanie how great Samoa Joe was twelve years ago and yells about how he’s not letting Stephanie’s greed get in the way of this show. Stephanie threatens him with an “accident” and Foley leaves.

Cole is in the back for a sitdown interview with Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman. We get straight to the point with Goldberg but Heyman cuts Cole off and says Lesnar isn’t interested in questions like this one. Heyman says Lesnar isn’t interested in hearing about Goldberg winning the title so Lesnar scares Cole away and stares straight into the camera.

Paul talks about Owens attacking Jericho last week because Lesnar disagrees with Owens being the most violent champion in years. Lesnar isn’t interested in hearing about Owens but Heyman talks about Kevin’s greatness anyway. A lot of people want to see Owens pull it off but Lesnar disagrees because if Owens loses, it’s Goldberg vs. Lesnar for the title. That’s just one more thing for Lesnar to conquer at Wrestlemania and that’s what he wants to do.

The ring is reenforced for the main event.

Braun Strowman vs. Big Show

Show grabs a wristlock to start but Braun rolls around and nips up to escape. Now that’s going to get him noticed. Show shoves him down but gets punched in the jaw and dropped for his efforts. Strowman charges into a choke but easily reverses into a DDT for two. A clothesline drops Show for two and it’s all Strowman so far.

Show reverses a suplex into one of his own and grabs the chokeslam for two. The powerslam doesn’t work so Show puts him on top for the superplex. Strowman escapes that but dives into the KO Punch for two. Show loads up the Vader Bomb, only to have Strowman get up for the powerslam for two of his own. Not that it matters as Braun hits another powerslam for the pin at 12:10.

Result: Braun Strowman b. Big Show – Powerslam (12:10)

Post match Reigns comes out and gets in a few Superman Punches but Strowman hits the powerslam to end the show.

Enzo Amore/Big Cass b. Cesaro/Sheamus – East River Crossing to Cesaro
Anderson and Gallows b. Roman Reigns via DQ when Reigns used a chair
New Day b. Rusev/Jinder Mahal – Midnight Hour to Mahal
Nia Jax b. Sara Pierce – Samoan drop
Sasha Banks b. Charlotte – Bank Statement
Kevin Owens b. Sami Zayn – Pop Up Powerbomb
Braun Strowman b. Big Show – Powerslam

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