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Shakir asks John Cena to criticize his AEW Dynamite match – WWE Sports

Wrestlemania season. So now everything is thrown into the walls of the world of wrestling. As WWE advances towards its biggest show of the year, the road to WrestleMania continues to heat up, so all shows centered around the next show.

Meanwhile, away from the WWE bubble, both Impact Wrestling and AEW Dynamite continue to thrive with great content, taking full advantage of the currently popular rise. But which of all the shows this week was the best?


6. WWE NXT UK

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You can play in just one hour, so you need to narrow down all the episodes of WWE NXT UK as much as possible. However, if the show is not full of quality, the show will be displayed. The show started with an episode of a supernova session, and this was arguably the best ever, but this talk show just doesn’t connect the way it should.

There were many short matches in the show, with Joseph Connors and Jack Stars selected. Hunt could have seemed dominant, but would definitely have benefited from the faster and more ruthless match.

It’s great that Isla Dawn shines, but it’s important not to let her enter the title match. The main event continued the aggressive battle of Ilya Draganov. Overall, what was on display was solid enough, but there was nothing “must-see” in the show.

5. WWE Raw

Bad bunny

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The show, which has been repeated a bit since last week, began with a fiercely competitive encounter between Sheamus and Bobby Lashley. Meanwhile, Asuka and Peyton Royce played a great match, and Rhea Ripley’s debut instantly made her feel like a star. But running a gauntlet or something else would have been a good way to build her to be the number one candidate.

Ms. and John Morrison built a match against Bad Bunny in an interesting way, albeit a little ridiculous. The promotion between AJ Styles and New Day was very interesting, but his match against Kofi Kingston was also great.

The only problem was that the show ended pretty flat. The story of Shane McMahon and Braun Strowman continues to be a complete mess, which makes it lighter. On the other hand, the closing segment of the show by The Fiend and Randy Orton wasn’t very interesting. This is a shame because the hot angle to finish helped the show a lot.

4. Impact wrestling

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It was another impressive episode of Impact Wrestling, where many stories went well. Kenny Omega looks great and has successfully boosted the match against Rich Swann. This is one of the company’s biggest matches in recent years.

The segment with Matt Cardona is also great, and his character work has been impressive at IMPACT so far. But all the games throughout the show were pretty forgotten, and there was nothing like an outstanding game.

There was a lot of action from both the knockout and the men’s division, but only a little more needed. Eddie Edwards and Karl Anderson were solid main events, but again, at a slightly more intense pace of five minutes, they would have taken the show up a notch.

3. WWE SmackDown

There was a lot of promotion at WWE SmackDown this week, but the show went well with a focus on WrestleMania. Most of the show was built around Daniel Bryan being injected into Universal Title’s photos, and the answer was pretty obvious, but it did well.

The edge snaps of both men give him a more snappy personality to move forward, which changes his personality from what Daniel Bryan resembles all about WrestleMania’s dreams. Rey Mysterio and Dolph Ziggler, and Seth Rollins and Shinsuke Nakamura had a wonderful encounter. These were two strong matches.

The six tags are a bit rushed and it’s doubtful to pin a Big E in a quick match like this. However, the work between Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair has improved significantly at the show, and the development of the SmackDown undercard feud between Kevin Owens and Sami Zain, and between Sesaro and Rollins has been brilliant. It was.

2. AEW Dynamite

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The show was a great match between Kenny Omega and Matt Saidal, and a great competitive encounter began. Meanwhile, Thai Conti also impressed the show. Lance Archer, who continues to slowly build a feud with Sting, has also been well organized. This is certainly what fans are interested in.

The Christian and Frankie Kazarian behind-the-scenes segments didn’t work for me, but that’s a big selling point next week. Britt Baker’s promotion was great at this show, and it’s a wise booking to be able to get the most out of her match last week.

The main event was a really good match, but the TNT Championship needs a serious focus with real rivals in order for fans to enjoy moving forward. Overall, it was a good show, with some great developing stories, and the show was running well.

1. WWE NXT

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Both of the shows this Wednesday night were interesting, but WWE NXT felt like they had a clear destination to advance the story. Things were getting hot towards the takeover, and the fact that all segments pushed some elements of the two-night event made this show a fun watch.

Working with the NXT Women’s Tag Team title was the only real negative, as repeated matches and meaningless titles, matches are not the way to build them. However, the work in many undercard games was excellent, as the story of Walter fighting Tommaso Ciampa and Jordan Devlin with Santos Escobar continues to evolve.

It was an interesting call for LA Knight to lose early in his career, but the build with Roderick Strong seemed to break the undisputed era and was a great character development. In addition, the signing of the contract between Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly was successful at the show.

6th place = 1 point
5th place = 2 points
4th place = 3 points
3rd place = 4 points
2nd place = 5 points
1st place = 6 points

Results for 2020 (Weekly points will be added to the following):

WWE Raw-22
Impact Wrestling-38
WWE NXT- 54
AEW Dynamite-62
WWE NXT UK- 33
WWE SmackDown-38

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Shakir asks John Cena to criticize his AEW Dynamite match

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