The Raw Deal is back from a long hiatus to breakdown all of the hot topics in the world of professional wrestling. This week, Frank Dee and Atlee Greene discuss
• JBL/Mauro Ranallo Bullying Scandal
• WWE Superstar Shake Up:
• Who benefited the most?
• Who got the short end of the stick?
• Looking back at the Undertaker’s career and retirement
• Why WWE wants nothing to do with Ken Shamrock
• Wrestling being “Restricted” on YouTube
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There are a lot of hot topics in the world of professional wrestling with most of it involving Finn Balor’s potential move from NXT to WWE’s main roster. Frank Dee and I discuss the following news items and more on this segment fromThe Raw Deal.
Finn Balor moving up from NXT to WWE’s main roster?
Will “The Club” transition to become the Balor Club?
Is ROH relying too much on New Japan Pro Wrestling?
The Bullet Club’s current happenings with Adam Cole joining their ranks.
This month marks the 15th anniversary of WWF buying WCW in a move that changed the landscape of professional wrestling. In 2001 it seemed like the best thing in the world. Today, that might not be case anymore.
Frank Dee and I talk about the pros, cons, rumors of the sale along with our favorite memories of World Championship Wrestling.Click hereto check outThe Raw Dealin its entirety at Gerweck.net.
WrestleMania 23 on April 1, 2007, at Ford Field in Detroit, the real attendance was 74,687, however, the announced number was 80,103. While that is an increase of over 5,000 attendees, WWE always inflates the number, promote it as the real deal, and refer to it as an “entertainment” number when called on the numbers legitimacy.
The Wrestling Observer reported that over 84,000 tickets have been sold for WrestleMania 32 on April 3rd, at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, TX. Frank Dee and I compare this number with some of the real and fake WWE attendance numbers of years past.
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The internet lost their mind over Chris Jericho beating AJ Styles on SmackDown. People are calling it a burial of AJ Styles and his onscreen character. This clip of The Raw Deal podcast explains why there was nothing wrong with this loss.
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CM Punk was ringside for this past Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 82 event as Mickey Gall quickly defeated Mike Jackson to earn the right to be Punk’s first UFC opponent later this year. Frank Dee and Atlee Greene break it all down including Punk’s chances in the Octagon.
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It’s 2016 and The Raw Deal Podcast is back! Join Frank Dee and Atlee Greene as they discuss the 2015 Gerweck.net year end awards, the New Japan four headed to WWE and how this might impact the upcoming Royal Rumble.
Other topics discussed include John Cena’s injury and how it affects his WrestleMania status, rumors about the Bullet Club, TNA’s debut on POP TV, the return of James Storm plus much more.
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On this edition of The Raw Deal podcast, Frank Dee and Atlee Greene review the 2015 edition of the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. The Staples Center in Los Angeles, California was ground zero for one of WWE’s most destructive matches.
The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar write the final chapter in their storied rivalry when they step into the cell, as will both Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt. In addition, John Cena gets a big surprise in the US Open Challenge.