Your Monday Post #248: Rhea Ripley vs Toni Storm; NXT UK Womens Championship Tournament Final Round Match (November, 28th 2018)

This Past Saturday NXT UK Had its first ever Takeover Pay Per View event, happening in Blackpool. As part of it NXT UK Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley defended the championship against Mae Young Classic Competitor turned NXT UK Roster Member, Toni Storm. Despite her efforts, the Aussie was defeated by Storm, leading to Storm becoming … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #247: Gail Kim vs Velvet Sky for the Knockouts Championship at IMPACT Wrestling Lockdown 2013 (March, 10th 2013)

Last Night at Homecoming saw Gail Kim transition into a One Night referee role for a match that saw the Knockouts Championship she once held transition into the hands of Taya Valkyrie, to the chagrin of the former champion Tessa Blanchard, who had tried to aggravate Kim throughout the match numerous times. As part of … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #246: Su Yung vs Allie in a Last Rites Match for the Knockouts Championship on IMPACT Wrestling (May, 31st 2018)

Welcome all to my final edition of Your Monday Post of 2018, literally as the minutes count down to the beginning of a new year, including the beginning of a new year of Wrestling. Ive shared some of my favorite moments in Wrestling from this soon closing year as of late, and this time i … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #245: The IIconics Make Their Main Roster Debut and Carmella Wins the Smackdown Womens Championship on WWE Smackdown (April, 10th 2018)

Merry Christmas Eve everyone, and welcome to my Pre Christmas Wrestling reflective not just to start off this monday, but this festive week. With 2018 soon to close, this weeks post looks back at one of my favorite moments in WWE this year that i haven’t already reflected on, that being the shake up that … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #244: Sasha Banks vs Bayley on WWE RAW (April, 16th 2018)

Welcome all to the Post TLC and Pre RAW edition of Your Monday Post, and this weeks opening blog post takes a look back at this years Superstar Shake Up, all as we head into a new episode of Monday Night RAW that will reportedly see Vince McMahon “shake things up”. While its far from … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #243: Natalya vs AJ Lee for the WWE Divas Championship at WWE TLC 2013 (December, 15th 2013)

This Sunday at WWE TLC, WWE Veteran Natalya will meet Ruby Riott in a Tables Match. Of course this wouldn’t be the only time the former Divas Champion would make herself familiar with that environment, as Natalya and her co workers at the time Beth Phoenix, Michelle McCool and Layla became the first women in … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #242: Sasha Banks vs Becky Lynch at WWE TLC 2015 (December, 13th 2015)

Welcome all to a (rather late) edition of Your Monday Post, and the weeks are shortening until we have our last WWE Pay Per View of the soon to close year of 2018. This years will see Becky Lynch walking in as Smackdown Women’s Champion for a second time, this time defending the belt in … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #241: Becky Lynch vs Charlotte vs Carmella for the Smackdown Womens Championship at WWE Summerslam 2018 (August, 19th 2018)

Welcome all to a new week of wrestling, and while Smackdown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch is being much missed due to her recent injury, hows about looking at the time that birthed the new and ever so popular side of the Irish Lasskicker? More so, going back to Summerslam just a few months ago where … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #240: Mickie James vs Alexa Bliss for the WWE RAW Womens Championship at WWE TLC 2017 (October, 22nd 2017)

With Survivor Series out of the way, its now on the road to TLC, and the PPV that once traditionally closed out a year, saw a different picture last year to this year regarding a certain allegiance in the RAW Women’s Division. While this year sees Mickie James and Alexa Bliss on each others good … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #239: The Smackdown Roster Invades Monday Night RAW (October, 23rd 2017)

This weekend sees Survivor Series take place and while this year has an interesting card, it has yet to see roster invasions, especially like the one presented last year. The Smackdown Live roster, continually critiqued by the said superior brand of Monday Night RAW, introduced the “Under Siege” movement last year heading into the Pay … Continue reading

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