Styles vs Daniels – I Quit match

Styles defeats Daniels in singles competition contested under “I Quit Match” rules at TNA Bound for Glory on pay-per-view. Styles picks up the victory by threatening to use a screwdriver on Daniels to make him say “I Quit” at fourteen minutes.

Angle vs Roode – TNA title

Angle defeats Roode in singles competition at TNA Bound for Glory on pay-per-view to retain the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Angle picks up the pinfall victory after delivering an “Olympic Slam” then using the ropes for leverage at fourteen minutes and twenty seconds.

Sting vs Hogan – Bound for Glory

Sting defeats Hogan in singles competition at TNA Bound for Glory on pay-per-view to give control of the company back to Carter. Sting picks up the submission victory by applying a “Scorpion Death Lock” at nine minutes and forty-five seconds.

Van Dam vs Lynn – Full Metal Mayhem

Van Dam defeats Lynn in a special “Full Metal Mayhem” match at TNA Bound for Glory on pay-per-view. Van Dam picks up the pinfall victory after hitting a “Van Terminator” on Lynn with the ladder in front of him at thirteen minutes and ten seconds.

Aries vs Kendrick – X Division title

Aries defeats Kendrick in singles competition at TNA Bound for Glory on pay-per-view. Aries picks up the pinfall victory after delivering a “Brainbuster” suplex at ten minutes and thirty seconds.

WWE.com interview

Triple H talks to WWE.com about the future of WWE. You can’t hold the future off, the future is coming. If you handle it the right way, you end up like me. There’s a point in time where people said Triple H was becoming the past. Now people are saying I’m the future.

WWE.com interview

Christian talks to WWE.com about the experience of WWE pay-per-views. Its unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. The action, the pyro, the music and not to mention the superstars are bringing their A-game because they know what’s at stake and its about stealing the show.

WWE.com interview

Jericho talks to WWE.com about Fozzy’s new album and their popularity in the UK. Yeah, they really love us here. For some reason the UK has always supported Fozzy and its a great territory and a great Jericho territory. Whether its coming here with the WWE or coming here with Fozzy, I love the UK.

WWE.com interview

Cena talks to WWE.com about who will run the show if The Authority is thrown out of power. The WWE is built off of spur of the moment entertainment. Yes, we know what we get with The Authority but what we get isn’t what the WWE Universe wants. The boss should be the WWE Universe. We […]

WWE.com interview

Triple H talks to WWE.com about Hell in a Cell matches and his own experiences in the cage. Hell in a Cell changes your life… not just your career. You’re not going to walk out of it the same way you walked into it, if you walk out of it unassisted.

WWE.com interview

Bryan talks to WWE.com about Sting’s debut in WWE at Survivor Series. I have been a fan of wrestling for a very very long time. I love wrestling. And its weird crossing worlds where Sting is in the WWE in a WWE ring. It just gets you excited. It’s something that everyone can feel through the screen.

WWE.com interview

Green talks to WWE.com about his special appearance as the Host of WWE’s Slammy Award episode of Monday Night RAW. It’s amazing. I’m a big fan of this entire organization and this entire production. I love all these guys so it was a real thrill to get to hang out with them and especially to host the show.

WWE.com interview

Reigns talks to WWE.com about his return to WWE after injury. It was like the old riding a bike thing. I can still oil up my arms, hair conditioner in, got a bad-*** vest on, still able to lace up the boots. Everything felt really good.

New book announced

WWE announces a new biographical release about the life of Warrior. The book is titled Ultimate Warrior: A Life Lived Forever: The Legend of a WWE Hero. WWE releases statement: Through both action and candid photographs, personal ephemera, including original Warrior art and detailed journal entries, insider stories and exclusive interviews with WWE legends, and intimate accounts from […]

WrestlingINC interview

Reks is interviewed by WrestlingINC. He discusses WWE’s stale main event scene and building new stars. The only guys who get over are the guys who are already over, and that’s the problem. When ‘Taker started to make fewer appearances and Edge had to retire because of his neck people like me and Hawkins were thinking, ‘they better […]

WWE.com interview

Ziggler takes part in a sit down interview with WWE.com to discuss his regaining the WWE Intercontinental Championship at TLC. I knew, I KNEW if I could get my hands back on that Intercontinental Championship and make it mean to them (the WWE fans) what it means to me, I knew that it would just start a […]

Huffington Post interview

Hogan is interviewed by the Huffington Post. He discusses professional athletes coming out of the closet as openly homosexual. I think everybody’s been reeducated, so it’s not that big a deal. At least for me — and I can only speak from my heart — I’ve got people all around me who are gay, so it’s not an […]

Submission Radio interview

Shamrock is a guest on Submission Radio to discuss CM Punk’s upcoming UFC debut. If I was training him, I would put my reputation on it. Especially if he’s getting the right fighter, somebody of his calibre that doesn’t have five fights or ten fights as a pro. If you’re going to give him somebody that’s around his […]

Huffington Post interview

Jarrett is interviewed by the Huffington Post. He shares his thoughts on CM Punk signing with UFC. Win, Win, Win! Win for Dana White at UFC, a win for CM Punk fans and whether CM Punk wins or loses in that octagon it’s a win for him because I’ve got a lot of respect for a guy that […]

SportsCenter interview

Punk appears on ESPN SportsCenter to discuss the differences in Dana White and Vince McMahon. Their similarities are that they are both driven, set in their ways and have a good idea of what is best for their companies. As far as differences are concerned, it’s a generation issue. McMahon is very old school while White is more […]

UK SUN interview

Rollins is interviewed by the UK SUN. He discusses Randy Orton and his relationship with the star. Randy and I are colleagues for sure, but we were never friends as far as hanging out. Randy’s got his life, I’ve got my life – we were business partners when it made sense. But now it doesn’t make sense […]

Debut match announcement

ROH announces Patron’s debut match with the company will be against Daniels in singles competition. The match will take place on January 3rd of 2015 in Nashville, TN.

Newsday.com interview

Guerrero is interviewed by Newsday.com. He discusses fans criticizing former WWE stars working in Lucha Underground. If they couldn’t do that style, I would see the difference. If they pushed a guy with big name brand recognition who can’t do lucha libre, who is kind of just adding name value, I would see people getting upset. But […]

RAW reunion announcement

WWE announces a special Monday Night RAW titled “RAW Reunion” for the January 19th, 2015 edition of the program. The company is advertising Hogan, Michaels, Hall and Nash to make special appearances at the event.

Big Show vs Henry -World Heavyweight title

Show fights Henry to a no contest at WWE Vengeance on pay-per-view to retain the World Heavyweight Championship. The match ends when Henry delivers a superplex on Show and the ring collapses. Both men are helped out by WWE medical staff.

Phoenix vs Eve – Divas title

Phoenix defeats Eve in singles competition at WWE Vengeance on pay-per-view to become the WWE Divas Champion. Phoenix picks up the pinfall victory after delivering a “Glam Slam” at seven minutes and nineteen seconds.

Ziggler vs Ryder – U.S. title

Ziggler defeats Ryder in singles competition at WWE Vengeance on pay-per-view to retain the United States Championship. Ziggler picks up the pinfall victory after delivering a superkick at five minutes and fifty-nine seconds.

Cena vs Rollins – Steel Cage

Rollins defeats Cena in a singles competition steel cage match in the main event of WWE Monday Night RAW. Rollins picks up the victory by exiting the cage after interference from Lesnar.

Returns to WWE

Lesnar returns to WWE on Monday Night RAW by entering the ring attacking Jericho  during his scheduled match with Heyman. LEsnar hits the “F-5” on Jericho before leaving the ring.

Roode vs Styles – TNA title

Roode defeats Styles in singles competition at TNA Turning Point on pay-per-view to become the TNA World Heavyweight Champion. Roode picks up the pinfall victory with a roll up pin at nineteen minutes and thirty-one seconds.

Kim vs Sky – Knockouts title

Kim defeats Sky in singles competition at TNA Turning Point on pay-per-view to become the TNA Knockouts Champion. Kim picks up the pinfall victory after delivering “Eat Defeat” at six minutes and one second.

Aries vs Jesse vs Kash – X Division title

Aries defeats Jesse and Kash in triple-threat competition at TNA Turning Point on pay-per-view to retain the X Division Championship. Aries picks up the pinfall victory with a roll-up pin on Kash at twelve minutes and fifty-one seconds.

Robbie E vs Young – TV title

Robbie E defeats Young in singles competition at TNA Turning Point on pay-per-view to become the new TNA Television Champion. Robbie picks up the pinfall victory at seven minutes and forty-eight seconds.

Punk vs Del Rio – WWE title

Punk defeats Del Rio in singles competition at WWE Survivor Series to retain the WWE Championship. Punk picks up the submission victory by locking in the “Anaconda Vice” at seventeen minutes and fifteen seconds.

Phoenix vs Eve – Divas title

Phoenix defeats Eve in a singles competition “Lumberjill” match at WWE Survivor Series to retain the Divas Championship. Phoenix picks up the pinfall victory after delivering a “Glam Slam” off the second rope at four minutes and thirty seconds.

Ziggler vs Morrison – U.S. title

Ziggler defeats Morrison in singles competition at WWE Survivor Series to retain the United States Championship. Ziggler picks up the pinfall victory after delivering a “Zig Zag” at ten minutes and forty-five seconds.

Roode vs Styles – TNA title

Roode fights Styles to a time limit draw in an iron-man match at TNA Final Resolution on pay-per-view. The match ends with both men scoring three pinfalls. Due to the draw Roode retains the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

Kim vs James – Knockouts title

Kim defeats James in singles competition at TNA Final Resolution on pay-per-view to retain the Knockouts Championship. Kim picks up the pinfall victory after hitting “Eat Defeat” at seven minutes and forty-five seconds.

Aries vs Kash – X Division title

Aries defeats Kash in singles competition at TNA Final Resolution on pay-per-view to retain the X Division Championship. Aries picks up the pinfall victory after hitting a “Brainbuster” suplex at twelve minutes and forty-five seconds.

Robbie E vs Young -TV title

Robbie E defeats Young in singles competition at TNA Final Resolution on pay-per-view to retain the TNA Television Championship. Robbie picks up the pinfall victory at seven minutes and thirty seconds.

Ziggler vs Punk – WWE title

Ziggler defeats Punk in singles competition on WWE Monday Night RAW  via count out. Due to the circumstances of the victory, Ziggler does not become the champion. The match ends at thirteen minutes.

Added to Wrestle Kingdom commentary

GFW and NJPW announce Striker will join Jim Ross on English commentary at the Wrestle Kingdom 9 event on January 4th, 2015. Striker will provide color commentary while Ross works play-by-play.

Guest hosts RAW

Jericho returns to WWE to guest host Monday Night RAW live on the USA Network. WWE announces Jericho will host his talk segment “The Highlight Reel” with guest Rusev.

Rhodes vs Booker – Intercontinental title

Rhodes defeats Booker in singles competition at WWE TLC on pay-per-view to retain the Intercontinental Championship. Rhodes picks up the pinfall victory after delivering a springboard kick at seven minutes and fifteen seconds.

Cashes in Money in the Bank

Bryan runs to the ring, after Big Show is knocked out by DDT on a steel chair, to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase title shot. Bryan pins Show to become the new World Heavyweight Champion at WWE TLC on pay-per-view.