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WrestleMania 31 the best Mania ever
By JOHN POWELL - SLAM! Wrestling
It was brains over brawn at WrestleMania 31. In the main event, Roman Reigns faced Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Title but it was sneaky Seth Rollins who walked away with all the gold.
Rollins reigns at the end of a very memorable Mania
WrestleMania 31 Live Report

WWE Fastlane: Questionable match endings and fan reaction may hurt 'Mania
After the disastrous Royal Rumble finish and #CancelWWENetwork trending worldwide, it looked like the WWE was going for a mulligan at the brand new PPV WWE Fastlane. Sadly, I don't think that happened as a very harsh audience made it clear they weren't too happy with the results of this latest PPV.

Countdown to WWE Fastlane
By SLAM! Wrestling Staff
WWE Fastlane is a new name for an old idea -- the pay-per-view after the Royal Rumble, but before WrestleMania, designed to boost interest in the big show and further along storylines. The show can't totally rock the boat, er, car, but it can make news. Will Rusev finally be pinned? Will Daniel Bryan ascend to the main event at Mania again, at the expense of Roman Reigns? Read on, and see what our writers think!

Sufferin' Succotash! Roman Reigns booed by fans after Royal Rumble win
By DALE PLUMMER -- SLAM! Wrestling
After a disastrous 2014 Royal Rumble in Pittsburgh, where the crowd hijacked the show with boos. Even going as far as booing Rey Mysterio, just because he was Daniel Bryan; one would think that WWE would do everything in their power set the scene for a repeat performance. Especially with a show deep in old ECW territory at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. So did WWE learn a lesson from last year?

Countdown to WWE Royal Rumble
By SLAM! Wrestling Staff
WWE's annual Royal Rumble has become one of our favourite pay-per-views for many reasons, but the biggest is the unpredictability of it. While the Rumble match itself has its likely winners, such as Roman Reigns or Daniel Bryan, no one is quite sure who'll win -- or whether they will go all the way to main event WrestleMania. In sports terms, we say, "That's why they play the games." Get ready to Rumble fans, and to warm up, here are what some of our writers think will happen.

Wrestle Kingdom 9: New Japan and Global Force joint effort a must-see event
By BOB KAPUR - SLAM Wrestling
SPOILER ALERT. The following article includes detailed results from the Wrestle Kingdom 9 pay-per-view event that aired live at 2am on January 4th. The show will be replayed later today on PPV. The match results start about a quarter of the way down the page, so you can read a spoiler-free review if you want (recommended, since the show is too good to not watch it yourself).

WWE TLC: Ambrose and Wyatt electrify main event
By BOB KAPUR - SLAM Wrestling
At the beginning of 2014, the trios of the Wyatt Family and the Shield were some of the WWE's brightest shining stars. Twelve months later, all six men were prominently featured on TLC, the last pay-per-view event of the year, with two of them - Bray Wyatt and Dean Ambrose - in the main event. And while not all of them were in great matches on Sunday, it's clear that all of them will continue to shine on as major players heading into 2015.
Browns loss offset by Ziggler win at TLC
Countdown to WWE TLC

WWE Survivor Series: The Authority feels the Sting of defeat
By BOB KAPUR - SLAM! Wrestling
Since the announcement that Sting signed a deal with WWE, fans have been wondering if and when he would ever step into a WWE ring. Well, the question was answered on Sunday night at WWE's Survivor Series event, as he made a huge impact on the results of the main event, effectively ending the reign of the Authority.
Countdown to WWE Survivor Series

Cena and Rollins survive Cell stipulations
For the first time in quite a while, the newest WWE PPV will NOT feature a WWE/Heavyweight Championship match on the night's card. However, out of the two cell matches featured tonight, one definitely has championship implications while the other has potential for a title match a month or so down the road. Tonight's PPV comes to us from Dallas, TX.

Countdown to WWE Hell in a Cell
By SLAM! Wrestling Staff
There was a time when the Hell in a Cell was a unique concept, an imposing structure only brought out on occasion for important, long-running feuds that needed to come to an epic conclusion. This year, we have two Hell in a Cell bouts, but the WWE World champion, Brock Lesnar is missing in action altogether, giving those bouts a decidedly secondary feel. Of course those aren't the only matches on the card.

Oct 12 ... Muta, Tajiri leave Storm and Sanada in the mist at Bound for Glory

Sep 22 ... Night of Champions, recycled goods

Sep 21 ... Countdown to WWE Night of Champions

Aug 18 ... Heels rule, Lesnar runs rampant at SummerSlam 2014

Aug 17 ... Countdown to WWE SummerSlam

Jul 21 ... Cena, Usos survive Battleground

Jul 20 ... Countdown to WWE Battleground

Jun 29 ... Cena takes authority of the WWE title at Money in the Bank

Jun 23 ... ROH’s first live PPV crowns Michael Elgin

Jun 22 ... Countdown to ROH Best in the World

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