JOhn cena is one of the favourite wrestler of all kids he got some damn stunts thats why every kid or man love him more than their family .Roman reigns known as the superman punch guy damn his moves are too cool and he can beat any one easily .He have also beat undertaker very easily .
brock lesnar is the real beast his favourite move is F5 and he can knock out with his single move but here comes goldberg who defeated brocklesnar with only one spear
John cena’s girl friend name is NIcky bella and damn she is too hot and also she got moves
His father Jess McMahon. Jess worked as a successful boxing promoter prior to his work with the company. The organization currently hosts more than 500 global live events each year, including Wrestlemania. Following the tradition of other wrestling promoters, WWE events are promoted as competition but the plot-based entertainment events are not real athletic matches, although it does take a level of athleticism for the wrestlers to perform their moves.
On the December 18, 2019 episode of NXT, the show closed with the NXT Women’s Championship match between Shayna Baszler and Rhea Ripley. After
being one of the hottest talents over the previous several weeks, even capturing wins for her team at both NXT TakeOver: War Games as well as Survivor Series, Ripley capitalized on this momentum en route to becoming NXT Women’s Champion for the first time. Ripley previously had a reign as WWE UK Women’s Champion as well.
With Ripley’s win, this ended one of the most dominant title reigns, not only in the history of the women’s division, but in all of pro wrestling. In fact, Baszler’s latest reign lasted 416 days, with her first one lasting 132 days after defeating Ember Moon. Her total of 548 days makes her the longest-reigning NXT Women’s Champion in history passing the 522 days of Asuka holding the women’s title.
Here is a look back at the 416-day reign of Shayna Baszler.
Baszler Wins NXT Women’s Championship for 2nd Time
Baszler began her most recent championship reign at the all-women’s WWE Evolution event by defeating Kairi Sane on October 28, 2018. Three weeks later, at NXT TakeOver: War Games II, Baszler retained the title in a rematch against Sane in a two-out-of-three falls match.
After a short feud with Dakota Kai, Baszler’s next big opposition was Bianca Belair, who went into their match at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix undefeated, and with a ton of momentum heading into Royal Rumble weekend. Despite being a valiant contender for the championship, Belair was unable to defeat Baszler, and her streak ended. Belair did not give up on her quest to become champion, and actually was able to one-up Baszler by winning a six-women tag match. Belair teamed with Kairi Sane and Io Shirai to defeat Baszler, Jessamyn Duke, and Marina Shafir, on the January 30, 2019 episode of NXT.
Heading into WrestleMania weekend at NXT TakeOver: New York, Baszler had three title contenders to fend off, as a four-way match was set for her women’s title. In spite of very close calls from each of the opponents, Baszler forced Belair to tap out, continuing her
The next major feud was Io Shirai, who had an opportunity to win the NXT Women’s Championship at NXT TakeOver: XXV. Shirai failed to become champion at TakeOver, but had another chance to win on an episode on NXT, as she competed against Baszler in a cage match. Still, Baszler continued her dominance, as Shirai was unable to become champion.
Frustrated at the inability to defeat Baszler, Shirai turned on her friend, Candice Lerae, and became a heel for the first time in NXT.
Mia Yim become the next opponent for Baszler’s NXT women’s title, competing against the champion at NXT TakeOver: Toronto during SummerSlam weekend. Despite a valiant effort, Yim became the next person unable to defeat Baszler, continuing the champion’s dominant run. Candice Lerae also had a shot at becoming champion on an episode of NXT TV, but became just another victim of Baszler’s reign of dominance.The Queen of Spades accumulated her reign to 14 months, before defending her title against Ripley on the USA Network. Baszler’s lost to Ripley has built major speculation of potentially moving to the main roster.
With WrestleMania coming up in a few months, could a WWE vs. MMA Four Horsewomen feud be brewing? Currently, Ronda Rousey is still away from the company, while Bayley and Sasha Banks are two of the biggest heels on the SmackDown brand. While this match has been heavily discussed for quite some time, it is very doubtful that Shafir and Duke will be called up yet for such a marquee feud at the biggest stage of the year.
Among the several WWE feuds during the 2000s, Kurt Angle vs. Chris Benoit was among the most intense. Angle, an Olympic gold medalist, made his WWE debut in 1999, defeating Shawn Stasiak at Survivor Series. Benoit, fresh off of becoming the WCW World Heavyweight Champion, made his WWE debut in 2000 as a part of the Radicalz faction including Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, and Eddie Guerrero.
Both Angle and Benoit experienced success early on in their pro wrestling careers. Less than three months after his debut, Kurt Angle defeated Val Venis to yo Way Out, he defeated Chris Jericho for the Intercontinental Championship.
So, as Angle continued his meteoric rise, he met his match at WrestleMania 2000. This is also when his feud with Chris Benoit began.
Calling himself the “Eurocontinental Champion,” Angle had to defend both his European and IC title in a triple threat match against Jericho and Benoit.
To make things worse, he had to compete in two triple threat matches back-to-back, against the same competitors, as he was required to defend both championships in separate matches. The first fall concluded with Benoit winning the IC title, and the second fall concluded with Chris Jericho winning the European title.
Throughout 2000, Angle was elevated to main event status, even defeating The Rock at No Mercy for the WWE Championship. Angle retained the title for four months, before losing it to The Rock at the 2001 No Way Out PPV. The Rock defended the WWE title against Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania 17, who won the Royal Rumble that year. At this same pay-per-view, Benoit competed against Angle for the second WrestleMania in a row, which Angle won. A few weeks later, at Backlash, Benoit defeated Angle in an Ultimate Submission match.
At Judgment Day 2001, Angle and Benoit competed against each other in a two-out-of-three falls match for Angle’s Olympic gold medals. Benoit won the first fall by pinning Angle, Angle won the second fall via submission, and Angle won the third fall – which was a ladder match for Angle’s medals – with the help of Edge and Christian. A few weeks later, Angle again defeated Benoit in a steel cage match on an episode of WWE Raw.
Over a year later, Benoit was able to defeat Angle at the Unforgiven 2002 pay-per-view. A month later, he was able to defeat Angle once again on an episode of SmackDown. A few week later, on WWE SmackDown, the two battled to the no contest. Shortly after this no contest match, the two started teaming together, even competing for the WWE Tag Team Championships at Survivor Series 2002.
However, just a few months later, Benoit and Angle reignited their feud. At this time, Kurt Angle had defeated The Big Show at Armageddon to win the WWE Championship, and defended the title against Benoit at Royal Rumble 2003 pay-per-view.
Unfortunately, Benoit was unable to defeat Angle for the title. However, he was able to win the WWE Championship at WrestleMania XX against Shawn Michaels and Triple H in a triple threat match.
The two wrestlers would also compete in a series of house show matches following the WWE Royal Rumble in 2003, which Benoit was still unable to become champion. This was the last series of matches in the Angle vs. Benoit feud. During the early 2000s, the Chris Benoit vs. Kurt Angle feud was one of the most intense feuds in all of professional wrestling. While Benoit has been blacklisted from WWE due to the tragic murder-suicide in 2007, his matches against Angle can still be watched on the WWE Network.