Sunday, July 15, 2018

Wrestling For The Culture: July 15th


Hulk Hogan is BACK!


You may wonder, what does this have to do with #WrestlingForTheCulture, but we all know why Hulk Hogan was suspended. Everyone deserves a second chance, so I am happy he is back. Here are some reactions.

Bobby Lashley Victorius


Bobby Lashley defeated Roman Reigns at WWE Extreme Rules and after Kurt Angle said that he would strip Brock Lesnar of the Universal Championship if he doesn't defend the title, Lashley could be next in line to wear the gold. 

Shinsuke Finally Gets Gold! 




After coming up short of the WWE Champion, Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Jeff Hardy in his first attempt at the United States Championship. Nakamura hit Hardy with his infamous low blow before the match and then hit him with his finisher.  How long will Nakamura hold the title? Only time will tell. Why do I ask? Because the Viper Randy Orton came out and stared at Nakamura and then kicked Hardy below the belt. We all know Orton has a special way of sending messages. 

Cedric Alexander Retains! 



Determined to make a name for himself, Cedric Alexander defeated Hideo Itami this past week on 205 Live. Alexander stated going into this match that he needed to establish himself by beating a legend like Itami. 

Ariela Nyx Title Reign off to a Great Start.



Ariela Nyx defeats Corinne Mink in her first title defense. She will defend her Capitol Wrestling Women's Championship against Jordynne Gracy at Colossal Confrontation.


Lio Rush All Smiles for Now



After winning his match on 205 Live, Lio Rush was confronted by former WWE Cruiserweight Champion, Akira Tozawa. I believe this feud will help Rush in the end. He won't be smiling as much, but he will prove that he has a future in the business beyond 205 Live. 


Willie Mack is Hardcore!



Willie Mack defeated Andy Phoenix at House of Hardcore 48 to retain the House of Hardcore Twitch Television Championship.


The Rascalz Hold onto the PWG Tag Team Titles


Dezmond Xavier and Zachary Wentz defeat the Young Bucks to retain the PWG Tag Team Titles.

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