Yeah, I was there last night. Shit was crazy.

Basement smarks be all like “Waaaaaah they’re burying Bryan” and I’m like “Have you literally never followed a pro wrestling story before, also do you know what buried means (see Ryder, Zach)”

Also if your argument is basically that the guy you like best should be in the main event every night and be a hero and win every match while people always cheer, you are EXACTLY like a goddam 11-year-old only your John Cena is named Daniel Bryan.

Successful Title Defenses

All three title defenses at Survivor Series 2013 were successful.

Randy Orton retained the WWE Title, defeating The Big Show. As of Tuesday, Nov. 25, his reign stands at 30 days.

John Cena retained the World Title, defeating Alberto del Rio. His reign stands at 30 days.

Big E Langston retained the Intercontinental Title, defeating Curtis Axel. His reign stands at eight days.

Successful Title Defense
Cody Rhodes and Goldust retained the WWE Tag Team Titles on November 19, 2013; the defense was aired on November 22 as part of Smackdown.
Their reign now stands at 40 days.

Successful Title Defense

Cody Rhodes and Goldust retained the WWE Tag Team Titles on November 19, 2013; the defense was aired on November 22 as part of Smackdown.

Their reign now stands at 40 days.

Unrecognized Title Reigns
On October 19, 1981, a referee mistakenly declared Greg Valentine the winner of a WWF Championship match with Bob Backlund; the popular account states that the referee, who had been briefly knocked out during the match, thought he was raising Backlund’s arm when he raised Valentine’s.
Backlund won a rematch on November 23. During the interim period, Backlund did still defend the title on shows in other markets, so Valentine’s reign is not recognized.

Unrecognized Title Reigns

On October 19, 1981, a referee mistakenly declared Greg Valentine the winner of a WWF Championship match with Bob Backlund; the popular account states that the referee, who had been briefly knocked out during the match, thought he was raising Backlund’s arm when he raised Valentine’s.

Backlund won a rematch on November 23. During the interim period, Backlund did still defend the title on shows in other markets, so Valentine’s reign is not recognized.

AJ Lee’s Divas Title reign is now the third longest to date.
Earlier this week, she surpassed both Kaitlyn’s reign (153 days) and Michelle McCool’s first reign (155 days). AJ’s stands at 158 as of this writing.
Only Maryse (216 days on her first reign) and Beth Phoenix (204) can claim longer reigns.

AJ Lee’s Divas Title reign is now the third longest to date.

Earlier this week, she surpassed both Kaitlyn’s reign (153 days) and Michelle McCool’s first reign (155 days). AJ’s stands at 158 as of this writing.

Only Maryse (216 days on her first reign) and Beth Phoenix (204) can claim longer reigns.

Big E Langston won the Intercontinental Championship in Nashville, Tenn. on November 18, 2013.
He defeated Curtis Axel via pinfall in a match televised live on Raw.
Big E Langston is the 72nd person to hold the Intercontinental Title; this is his first reign and the 142nd reign overall.
This is the second time Langston has held a WWE title, after claiming the NXT Championship on December 6, 2012 and holding it for 168 days.
Axel’s reign as Intercontinental Champion lasted 155 days, dating back to the “Payback” pay-per-view event on June 16, 2013, when he defeated The Miz and then-champion Wade Barrett in a Triple Threat match.
Axel’s reign and Ric Flair’s 2005-06 reign are tied for the 25th longest Intercontinental title reign to date.

Big E Langston won the Intercontinental Championship in Nashville, Tenn. on November 18, 2013.

He defeated Curtis Axel via pinfall in a match televised live on Raw.

Big E Langston is the 72nd person to hold the Intercontinental Title; this is his first reign and the 142nd reign overall.

This is the second time Langston has held a WWE title, after claiming the NXT Championship on December 6, 2012 and holding it for 168 days.

Axel’s reign as Intercontinental Champion lasted 155 days, dating back to the “Payback” pay-per-view event on June 16, 2013, when he defeated The Miz and then-champion Wade Barrett in a Triple Threat match.

Axel’s reign and Ric Flair’s 2005-06 reign are tied for the 25th longest Intercontinental title reign to date.

I might turn this into a tumblr about championships. WWE only barely cares about them, so we might as well.

fishbulbsuplex:

Kane

I be on my suit and tie, suit and tie shit
Let me show you a few things

fishbulbsuplex:

Kane

I be on my suit and tie, suit and tie shit

Let me show you a few things

NO ONE CARES ABOUT WATCHING THIS MAN WRESTLE.
Breaking my never-ending hibernation to make this point: because Big Show is famous and impressive-looking and was both nWo and Attitude (sorta), the WWE clearly thinks that people remain interested in his exploits.
They are not.
He’s not useless; his size, history and likability make him a good hand to have around for quick pops and involvement in undercard storylines. (The feud with Cody Rhodes was fine, albeit disappointing for Cody Rhodes fans.) Apparently the pops he was getting for taking on the authority convinced HHH and co. that people wanted to see Big Show fight.
No, not at all. We hated the authority because the authority was keeping Daniel Bryan down, whom we love. We were glad when Big Show came out and punched people because those people were standing in between Daniel Bryan and the WWE Title. No one ever wanted Big Show to get a title shot, at all. We just wanted him to punch HHH at opportune moments.
Seriously, I would love a legitimate answer to this question: why would anyone want to watch Randy Orton vs. Big Show for the WWE Title? Big Show can’t really wrestle anymore, and that’s been true for like three years. Orton only has good matches with small fellas. Both men have been over-exposed and overused for like five years; there’s nothing fresh or exciting about the matchup.
WHY? WHY? WHY? also WHY?

NO ONE CARES ABOUT WATCHING THIS MAN WRESTLE.

Breaking my never-ending hibernation to make this point: because Big Show is famous and impressive-looking and was both nWo and Attitude (sorta), the WWE clearly thinks that people remain interested in his exploits.

They are not.

He’s not useless; his size, history and likability make him a good hand to have around for quick pops and involvement in undercard storylines. (The feud with Cody Rhodes was fine, albeit disappointing for Cody Rhodes fans.) Apparently the pops he was getting for taking on the authority convinced HHH and co. that people wanted to see Big Show fight.

No, not at all. We hated the authority because the authority was keeping Daniel Bryan down, whom we love. We were glad when Big Show came out and punched people because those people were standing in between Daniel Bryan and the WWE Title. No one ever wanted Big Show to get a title shot, at all. We just wanted him to punch HHH at opportune moments.

Seriously, I would love a legitimate answer to this question: why would anyone want to watch Randy Orton vs. Big Show for the WWE Title? Big Show can’t really wrestle anymore, and that’s been true for like three years. Orton only has good matches with small fellas. Both men have been over-exposed and overused for like five years; there’s nothing fresh or exciting about the matchup.

WHY? WHY? WHY? also WHY?