WWE Royal Rumble 2014
CM Punk says WWE wasn’t interested in taking care of him, so he needed to take care of himself by leaving the company.
Sure, Daniel Bryan’s big night wouldn’t have happened. But there were ripples Punk’s departure caused up and down the card that make for a wild alternate timeline.
Did WWE move away from Roman, and towards Strowman, as ‘The Guy’ in Saudi Arabia?
Just how did we get from wildly cheering Roman Reigns at the Royal Rumble in Pittsburgh in 2014 to wildly booing him at the same show in Philadelphia in 2015 without his ever turning heel? Let's take a trip, shall we?
CM Punk walked out on WWE at "Monday Night Raw" this week and it appears entirely possible he won't be coming back. Here are some more details on the situation, including why he might have left and how this could affect booking for "WrestleMania 30".
Mick Foley is now making it clear that his reaction to Daniel Bryan not winning the Royal Rumble on Sun., Jan. 26, 2014, in Pittsburgh -- leading him to take a baseball bat to his TV -- was not a work and his ensuing outrage was totally legitimate.
In reaction to the upsurge in outspoken support for Daniel Bryan and the boos for Batista at last night's Royal Rumble, the script for tonight's Monday Night Raw has been rewritten several times today at the behest of one Vince McMahon.
WWE did one hell of a job angering fans and alienating people with its Royal Rumble pay-per-view (PPV) last night (Sun., Jan. 26, 2014) at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Here's how.
Mick Foley is absolutely livid with WWE for its booking of Daniel Bryan at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view (PPV) last night (Sun., Jan. 26, 2014) at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. You have to read these comments to believe them.