For any internet “smart” fan, it was hardly a surprise when Jinder Mahal rose to the main event of SmackDown Live and eventually won the WWE Championship from Randy Orton at Backlash. It had been rumored for weeks that the WWE and Vince McMahon wanted to make a serious business push into India, the home of 1.3 billion people. McMahon felt it would be much easier to push things like merchandise and WWE Network subscriptions if the company had a champion that the people of India could identify with. Thus, Jinder Mahal’s championship reign was born.
Ever since Pokemon Go was released last Summer, there’s been a debate about what constitutes “cheating.” The online communities of Reddit and The Silph Road seem to have agreed that using third party maps is not cheating, but using any kind of GPS spoofing technology to “jump” to gyms and rare spawns is playing unfair, along with using multiple accounts. Of course, many of those third-party tracking apps use bot accounts to scan for nearby Pokemon.
Rockstar Games has confirmed on its official site that Red Dead Redemption 2 has been delayed.
Matt Riddle may be the “King of Bros” in a wrestling ring, but the indy sensation also has experience in some real fights — he has a 8-3-(2) record as a professional MMA fighter, mostly as a member of the UFC. His cross-over success in both sports makes him perfectly qualified to talk about the differences between the scripted nature of pro wrestling and the very real nature of MMA, especially when it comes to head injuries, which is a hotly debated topic in every sport that involves physical contact.
C.M. Punk walked away from the world of professional wrestling in 2014, fed up with the grind and the politics. He then made a surprise jump to the UFC, despite having zero MMA training, and was given the chance to have his very first legit professional fight.
During Bungie’s Destiny 2 livestream reveal event today, the developer dropped a new cinematic trailer designed to help reintroduce us all to the Destiny universe.
Developer: Telltale Games
Publisher: Telltale Games
Format: PS4, Xbox One [Reviewed], PC, iOS, Android
Released: April 18, 2017
Copy provided by publisher
Aww man, this is awful news.
Just as Braun Strowman was really getting over as an unstoppable monster on Raw, an elbow injury forced him out of action for what the WWE originally said would be somewhere between four-to-eight weeks. That was a bummer, but at least the beastly force of nature would be back sooner rather than later, likely in time for a big match at SummerSlam.
Apparently Randy Orton was a little bored on the weekend, so he fired up the Twitter machine and attacked.