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There is some leaked info that has Cena winning the Rumble and winning his 17th world title at mania. If this holds up, i might cancel my network subscription.

Is that leaked info or is that complete speculation phrased as insider knowledge? Makes no sense to me but it's something people were throwing around just after Summerslam when Mahal was champion.

This triple threat does nothing for me and I suspect it's going to be a poor match whenever Kane is involved. Let's not forget that Braun vs Brock one on one was a bad match anyway. Once you strip away the tables and the chair throwing and the ambulance turning Braun wasn't able to put on a good performance.

I'd really like to see WWE focus on putting over Braun's bearhug submission finisher a bit more; it could add so much to matches like these. Brock's match with AJ showed that a strong submission finisher can really give your opponent an opportunity to sell and make you look like a big deal.
Some of my news feeds from twitter and facebook groups usually have information bits. Most tend to be news and rumors. How ever the person who leaked that Jinder was winning the WWE title when he was still on Raw feuding with Mojo Rawley after Wrestlemania and and Bobby Roode and Asuka's exact main roster debuts 4 months early. I'm going to dig through the history so i can find it again. It is a reddit user, who according to a lot of people has a ridiculous 90% accuracy when it comes to leaked info. The only thing i remember was the guys avatar picture was where Big Show was crying when he was fired.
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Quote WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar is out to the ring next with Paul Heyman by his side. Heyman introduces his client, and talks about Lesnar having to defend against multiple challengers at the Royal Rumble PPV. He says Lesnar took what Kane had and laughed in his face, the same way he will at the PPV with Kane and Strowman. Heyman says the only question is whether Lesnar will pin Kane or Strowman. Or, will Lesnar stack them and pin both. Heyman continues to talk about how dominant Lesnar is before leaving. As Lesnar and Heyman are leasving, Kane attacks Lesnar from behind. Kane and Lesnar brawl into the backstage area, and Strowman runs in and joins in the fight. Strowman tosses Lesnar onto a table, then hits Kane with a road case. Strowman grabs a grappling hook and throws it up onto some scaffolding. Everyone around is yelling at Strowman to stop. Strowman pulls the structure down using the grappling hook, and it falls into Lesnar and Kane. Heyman screams as we go to commercial.

- Lesnar is being stretchered out as we return from commercial. Kane was able to get to his feet and he stumbles away. Lesnar begs Heyman to get him out of the ambulance, but they ride off to the local medical facility.

Nearly three weeks without talk about the main flagship title is probably down to a lack of interest due to poor booking.
 
Before this monday it's been very rare to see all three of them booked in the same segment, so it's been a cold build up to Royal Rumble for it.
 
Loved when Braun got the hook which we expected to use as a weapon and instead he did a brilliant throw to hook it to the set. Apparently he's a outdoors type person, so he probably did that scene in one take.
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I was shocked as hell when he managed that shot in one go and even to pull it down was an impressive amount of strength it does make me wonder whether he may come out of the match the winner where before I honestly thought Lesnar was pinning Kane .

This should be Kane's last title shot he's too old to be in this big time feuds and it's showing in his ring performance.
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There is no doubt in my mind that Lesnar is winning this match. None. That's why I'm not at all invested. The last time there was any doubt was at Summerslam but even then I made the bet with my friends that Lesnar would pin Reigns after one F5.
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Everybody raving about how Braun nailed the grappling hook shot first time and yanked down the stage prop, chances are this took several takes, segments like this are nearly always carefully edited

It was a decent backstage brawl but I fully expect Lesnar to leave the Royal Rumble as champion and I always have done.

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Originally posted by Fletch Fletch wrote:

Everybody raving about how Braun nailed the grappling hook shot first time and yanked down the stage prop, chances are this took several takes, segments like this are nearly always carefully edited
 
Apparently in the real world he's an outdoors kinda guy with hunting, fishing etc so he might we have done it first time. I would think with Brock being into similar hobbies that they probably get on well backstage and are enjoying fueding with eachother.
 
Quote Back to the Barclays Center, Kurt Angle comes out to the ring with the APA and some other legends. Eric Bischoff, Brother Love, Goldust, The Coach, William Regal, The Godfather and others are with him. The rest of the locker room starts to come out to surround the ring. Kurt Angle talks about the triple threat coming up on Sunday, and introduces the three participants. Strowman omes out first, then some of the other wrestlers at ringside get into the ring to make sure Kane and Strowman stay separate. Kurt Angle appears to have left the ring. Paul Heyman comes out to the stage next, and says he's here to bring you someone relevant: his client, the WWE Champion, who is here for a fight. The wrestlers who were providing security in the ring leave. Strowman drops Kane, then Lesnar runs down the ramp and drops Strowman. Strowman gets in the ring and clotheslines Lesnar to the outside. Strowman picks up Lesnar and hits a running powerslam through the announcer table. Strowman gets in the ring and raises his hands as we see replays of the powerslam through the table. Strowman gets on the turnbuckle and stands tall as RAW goes off the air.
 
I didn't see the point of the end segment. Nobody spoke and nobody had to sign a contract for the match.
 
I don't think the legends Kurt had ringside to protect his Rumble main event will be invited back after they did nothing and walked off or stood there letting it happen LOL
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