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WWE Backlash results

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Hello, In This Ringers! Tim Heaney here. I watched WWE’s Backlash pay-per-view. I’m suddenly wondering why.

The WWE Universe is Shinsuke Nakamura after A.J. Styles … well, you know.

That was a solid match, and I get why the ending was what it was, but why didn’t it close the show?

Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe got that honor, but did it deserve to?

Click the video for my Rapid Recap thoughts on these matches, Daniel Bryan-Big Cass, Nia Jax-Alexa Bliss, Carmella-Charlotte and the obvious match of the night.

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TOP 5 BREAKOUT STARS OF 2019, Finn Balor, Women’s Tag Titles, Priscilla Kelly

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The wrestling world has given us some twists and turns as we head into Royal Rumble.

Finn Balor replaces Braun Strowman and will face Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship. Alexa Bliss announced Women’s Tag Team Championships will be determined at Elimination Chamber. 

Oh, and Priscilla Kelly shoved her “used tampon” into her opponent’s mouth.

Joe and Tim talk about this and more before naming their Top 5 Breakout Stars of 2019. (Hint: The consensus No. 1 tore the house down on SmackDown Live this past week.)

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Kenny Omega, Wrestle Kingdom 13, All Elite Wrestling, RIP Mean Gene

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A few things happened while we were on break. Kenny Omega left New Japan Pro Wrestling after an outstanding main-event loss at Wrestle Kingdom 13.

Will he go to the company founded by his Bullet Club friends? We’ll have more on the introduction to All Elite Wrestling and give our reactions to the WK13 card and results.

We also had to pay our respects to “Mean” Gene Okerlund, who passed away. We remember our favorite moments from one of the most prominent sports entertainment voices in history.

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WWE TLC Results, Top 5 WWE Performers of the Year

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Joe and Tim use their last podcast of 2018 to look back on some of the year’s best highlights and rank their Top 5 WWE Performers of the year.

Too bad Asuka is enjoying an incredible run to end the year. Her victory over Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair in the — highly justified — main event of WWE TLC puts her back on the map for the upper echelon of the company’s workers.

Of course, help from Ronda Rousey does wonders for advancing the main-event women even further heading into Royal Rumble and WrestleMania season.

Asuka won the SmackDown women’s championship at TLC … with some help from Ronda Rousey. (Credit: WWE Twitter)

The guys go over the other fallout from the pay-per-view, including Daniel Bryan-A.J. Styles and the … disappointing? … Dean Ambrose-Seth Rollins bout.

Also … did the McMahon reunion save Raw and SmackDown Live? Hint: Only ONE of those shows needed saving!

Happy Holidays and 2019!

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