• SmackDown Champion Doesn’t Want Bray Wyatt To Go After The Undisputed Title
A report recently came out that Bray Wyatt would soon begin a feud with Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
Word going on is that Wyatt’s team will end up taking on The Bloodline at Survivor Series 2022, possibly in a War Games match.
On her YouTube channel, SmackDown Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey talked about Wyatt and said that she book would Wyatt to do something else if she was in-charge, and not go straight after The Tribal Chief.
Below is what the former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion said:
“I would have Bray do something else, not go for the Title right away. He doesn’t need to be in the Title picture right now.
He’s compelling enough on his own, he doesn’t need that. He doesn’t need that to be the stakes, you know what I mean?”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 19, 2004) – WWE Taboo Tuesday 2004
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 19, 2004, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE Taboo Tuesday 2004’ LIVE on PPV from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
This was the first ever Taboo Tuesday (later known as Cyber Sunday) pay-per-view and it featured the Superstars of the WWE RAW brand.
Here are the PPV results:
WWE Intercontinental Championship: Shelton Benjamin defeated Chris Jericho (c)
WWE Women’s Championship: Trish Stratus (c) won a Fulfill Your Fantasy battle royal
Weapon of Choice: Gene Snitsky defeated Kane
“Choose the Loser’s Fate”: Eugene defeated Eric Bischoff
World Tag Team Championship: Chris Benoit and Edge defeated La Résistance (c)
Lingerie Pillow Fight: Christy Hemme defeated Carmella
World Heavyweight Championship: Triple H (c) defeated Shawn Michaels
Steel Cage: Randy Orton defeated Ric Flair