• WWE Preparing Current Champion For Another WWE Championship Feud (Exclusive)
WWE United States Champion Bobby Lashley has been very protected since he joined MVP to form The Hurt Business this past summer.
The CEO of The Hurt Business won the United States Championship at the Payback pay-per-view by defeating Apollo Crews. He doesn’t defend the Title quite frequently, but when he does, he completely dominates his opponent.
WWFOldSchool.com has learned that this booking of Lashley is being done in order to continue building him as a real threat, as he’s set for another big feud in the future.
Lashley may challenge Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship once again in the coming months.
Word going on is that WWE wants to start another program between Lashley and McIntyre in 2021.
Earlier this year, McIntyre defeated Lashley at Backlash to retain the WWE Championship.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 27, 2005) – WWE Survivor Series 2005
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 27, 2005, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE Survivor Series 2005’ LIVE on PPV from the Joe Louis Arena at Detroit, Michigan.
The PPV theme song of this dual brand (WWE RAW & WWE SmackDown!) pay-per-view was “Lights Out” by the band ‘P.O.D.’.
This was the first PPV after Eddie Guerrero passed away a few days earlier.
Here are the results:
Vacant WWE United States Championship: Booker T defeated Chris Benoit
WWE Women’s Championship: Trish Stratus (c) defeated Melina
Last Man Standing: Triple H defeated Ric Flair
WWE Championship: John Cena (c) defeated Kurt Angle
Theodore Long defeated Eric Bischoff
Survivor Series elimination match: Team SmackDown! defeated Team Raw