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    News For Tonight’s RAW

    Paul Heyman is ready to rant on the controversial SummerSlam finish for The Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar on tonight’s WWE RAW from Brooklyn. He has been re-tweeting comments from fans anticipating tonight’s promo and made these tweets:

    Paul Heyman ✔@HeymanHustle
    WHAT A TOTAL BUNCH OF BS! @JoeyStyles, you should let them know you can never BS a BS Artist! @WWE @SummerSlam https://twitter.com/JoeyStyles/status/635672703068971008 …
    2:09 AM – 24 Aug 2015

    Uncle Scoopy @TheUncleScoopy
    Correct me if I’m wrong, but Paul Heyman didn’t seem satisfied with the official result. https://twitter.com/SummerSlam/status/635644087777910784 …

    Paul Heyman ✔@HeymanHustle
    . @TheUncleScoopy You, My Good Sir, are the master of the overstatement of the obvious. Not happy one bit. Plan on venting a bit tonight.
    10:25 AM – 24 Aug 2015

    source: WrestlingINC

    Tonight’s WWE RAW will take place from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York with the fallout from SummerSlam. Surprise appearances are rumored for tonight’s show but Superstars currently advertised include John Cena, Seth Rollins, Randy Orton, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, Rusev, Kevin Owens and Bray Wyatt. The Undertaker is expected to be backstage tonight but we don’t know if he will be appearing or not.

    No matches or angles have been announced for tonight’s show but WWE is focusing on the following points:

    * Did The Undertaker truly beat Brock Lesnar?

    * Why did Jon Stewart help Seth Rollins?

    * Can anyone eclipse The New Day?

    * Will The Divas Revolution derail Nikki Bella’s championship run?

    * What does Stardust have in store for us next?

    source: WrestlingINC

    Could Taker appear during Heyman’s promo? It’s a possibility.

    Post Discussion
    • Pearlene on August 24th, 2015 says:

      I have been reading about this match at many sites this morning. So many point to this being the Undertaker turning heel. I don’t feel this way. I just wish it had ended in a different manner. I have followed the Undertaker thru his entire career. I will continue to do so.

    • Nsaiyan on August 24th, 2015 says:

      Fact. Ref never saw the tap. Cry a river Paul.

    • eric on August 24th, 2015 says:

      Taker vs Sting…please.

    • Anan on August 24th, 2015 says:

      @Pearlene:

      No Taker did not turn heel. This is just another example of people, many part of the IWC jumping to conclusions without facts. These are the same people who said Taker turned heel after low blowing Lesnar and the same people who said Taker’s heel now after being booed in Lesnar’s hometown.

      @eric:

      I second that. Etienne, if I can speak for him thirds it.

    • Etienne on August 24th, 2015 says:

      Yes I would third that!… Lol.. I just feel it in my gut as a wrestling fan that Taker/Sting has to happen… They can go on and on about Taker/Lesnar, but I really don’t want to see this feud go on… It should have been a better ending, but the point is Taker got his win against lesnar. Avenging his loss at WM and proving be can still go toe to toe with the best of them… This thing doesn’t need to be dragged on till WM 32… It’s not something I wanna see… Taker/ Sting on the other hand is truly one of those once in a lifetime matches, and the feud could carry wwe as they are worried about ratings going into football season. This is why some are saying that they will continue this Taker/Lesnar feud for ratings…. But Taker/Sting would be way better for ratings IMO…. Frankly I just think people will start to get bored with the lesnar feud.

    • Laser on August 24th, 2015 says:

      Taker got a sorry ass win. He was tapping like a bitch to Brock. Taker hit him with a low blow and hellsgate to get the win. Brock didn’t tap. He passed out giving Taker the finger for being a pussy. Undertaker knows he tapped out. I thought he would be the bigger person and the true leader and admit his defeat. How can he be proud of that win? He knows in his heart that he tapped. I don’t get it. That win goes against the integrity of the Undertakers character. WWE writers should show more respect.

    • Mike b on August 24th, 2015 says:

      Laser go away

    • Mike b on August 24th, 2015 says:

      Taker few times laid down for Brock for Vince and business wise. So least Vince finally gave taker upper hand

    • meegan on August 24th, 2015 says:

      paul will probaly try to get the decision to be reversed it etc

    • Laser on August 24th, 2015 says:

      Mike B, I am entitled to my opinion. Too bad if you don’t like it. I would have rather have Taker confess to cheating than to accept that tainted win.

    • Laser on August 24th, 2015 says:

      Undertaker knows in his heart he lost. The WWE writers have painted undertaker as a liar and a cheater. It makes him look weak and desperate. It’s an insult to the character. It did nothing for either man

    • BillyofMaryland on August 25th, 2015 says:

      1). Taker has never officially tapped out in a match. He did tap out toe Kurt Angle, but he was playing the bit of a heel, and heels are supposed to be big babies, and it wasn’t even a match. 2). People are all over the internet seem to be upset that Taker didn’t win a “clean victory” against Lesnar. Hey, Taker’s an expert showman, and has done “what’s best for business,” before Triple H even made the phrase cool. Taker had 2 wins against Austin, and neither of them were “clean wins” and no one complained. I just think in some cases its idiot kids who don’t know anything about Wrestling after John Cena, and they always want to complain!

    • Dead Angel on August 25th, 2015 says:

      It’s still a shit finish. The WWE can offer whatever explanation they want. Its still a shit finish to a great match. Like I said, I was pulling for Brock to win it since a Taker win does little to add to his legacy at this stage. I agree with Laser. I think the WWE writers dicked the dog, and cheapened Taker’s legacy having him tap.

    • The Mummy Man on August 25th, 2015 says:

      @Laser said

      “Undertaker knows in his heart he lost. The WWE writers have painted undertaker as a liar and a cheater. It makes him look weak and desperate. It’s an insult to the character. It did nothing for either man”

      Firstly. The Undertaker is a 50 year old man and one of the greatest WWE Superstars and Legends to ever step foot in the squared circle. He has NOTHING left to prove to anyone. He’s clearly no match for a wrestler of that caliber at this stage in his life, but that was never the point of his current attacks with Brock Lesnar anyway. He wants revenge for Lesnar and Heyman gloating about how they beat him a Mania(whoopie, you beat down a man way past his prime and was already well into retirement), and he’ll get that revenge by any means necessary. As a veteran with diverse in ring capabilities and adaptability, this allows for the Undertaker to be a threat to Lesnar in a believable way. What do you expect him to do? Power wrestler Lesnar and try to match him blow for blow? Allow Lesnar to break his arm because he can’t break his submission hold? No. He’s not Hulk Hogan. He doesn’t have to feel like his pride is hurt for having to submit to Lesnar because Lesnar is in his prime and is one of the greatest professional wrestlers of this generation. There’s no shame in that whatsoever, even for The Undertaker.

      Second, The Undertaker didn’t lie about anything. He tapped, but the referee didn’t see it;therefore, it doesn’t count as a submission. He was never in this to have a clean match with Lesnar anyway. He was out for revenge and to get a win by any means necessary;ergo, the low blow at Battlegrounds and again on Raw despite Heyman claiming how cheap of move that it is. The only person you need to be blaming is the WWE creative for coming up with a way to throw off Lesnar so that Taker could secure the win. I honestly don’t want The Undertaker to get a clean victory over Brock Lesnar because it completely undermines the buildup of beating the streak and becoming this unstoppable force in WWE after the fact(he was not this before). Taker passed the Torch to Lesnar. There’s no reason for him to take it back now.

    • Thy Serpent on August 25th, 2015 says:

      How an Undertaker fan would want him to lose a match and have an opponent stay undefeated against him is beyond me. I disagree that Undertaker did not need the win as it would add little to his legacy. Through out his career, he has always come back to beat his opponents. Why should Brock be an exception? I think Undertaker needed this win simply because he never beat Brock. Clean or not, I think giving him the win was the right thing to do. Besides, by not making it a clean victory, WWE has maintained Brock’s image of being the one to beat. It has made him look stronger. I think WWE has hit two birds with one stone by ending it the way they did. Now, if only they end this feud before WM…..

    • karentaker on August 25th, 2015 says:

      I saw the beginning of RAW last night and watched the Paul Heyman/ Lesnar segment. I was almost glad Bo Dallas showed up and Taker didn’t. Now maybe, Heyman will something else to bleat about and leave Taker alone for once.

    • Laser on August 25th, 2015 says:

      Firstly. The Undertaker is a 50 year old man and one of the greatest WWE Superstars and Legends to ever step foot in the squared circle. He has NOTHING left to prove to anyone.
      WRONG!!!
      He had something to prove to HIMSELF!
      He cheated himself! Hope he feels good about his victory.
      And yes, I did not agree with his dirty wins against Austin or the Rock.
      After over two decades loyal to WWE, I would not have written that finish to a main event storyline involving to huge superstars. Just my opinion. I enjoyed the NXT PPV a lot more than summerslam as a whole.

    • Shehzad on August 25th, 2015 says:

      The Undertaker is always my fav. I think The Undertaker should have been retired 7-8 years ago. He was really in good shape in Hell in a cell match at WM with HHH. But these two matches with Brock (WM 2014 & SS 2015) are shit! He was stumbling at summer slam, opening his mouth, cloying for breath after the match he even collapsed. Deadman you have great career in past , you’ve nothing to prove. Plz don’t ruin you past.

    • Shehzad on August 25th, 2015 says:

      After 25+ years of career WWE gave the Undertaker a victory over Brock which a piece of crap!!
      I didn’t want that damn match, is Brock Lesnar a sacred “COW” that the Undertaker can’t beat?
      Why the hell they call him back after 14 months for this shit???
      They should have given him a clean 1,2,3 count victory over Brock, he deserves that.
      Vince McMahoon you’r a asshole.

    • Anan on August 25th, 2015 says:

      @Etienne:

      Totally agreed. If I can add to that, Taker vs Sting is really the only dream match from the 90’s/Monday Night War era that has any real chance, albeit a slim one of happening. Other dream matches from the 90’s – Hogan vs Austin, Austin vs Goldberg, Taker vs Goldberg (was one of mine), HBK vs Rock, Bret Hart vs Kurt Angle, DX vs nWo – are not happening for different reasons. Austin, Bret, HBK are retired. Goldberg’s stated he won’t return to WWE. Kurt Angle’s enjoying TNA though he should end his career in WWE, but it won’t be against Bret Hart. Rock comes and goes and I’m guessing based on the events of WM31, he’ll face HHH. If not, then maybe Lesnar as Rock revealed this was originally planned for WM30. WWE’s trying to distance themselves from Hogan, even going as far as to “erase” him from history, even removed him from the HOF. Aside from reunions here and there, DX and nWo are gone. nWo consisted of Hall, Nash, Hogan. Hogan’s not gonna do it because even if he were in WWE, they wouldn’t medically clear him to wrestle, even in a tag match IMO. Hall and Nash, two sharp wrestling minds. But in the ring, I don’t think they can go anymore. At WM31, Hogan and Hall were faster than Nash. Nash’s knee problems might be an issue for him too.

      So all we really have is Taker vs Sting. Yes, it NEEDS to happen! IMO, Summerslam would’ve been a great place. Then again, so would the MSG show on October 3rd which will be shown on the WWE Network. My preference for it though is WM32 as that’s the biggest stage the dream match of all dream matches deserves to be on. In fact, I’d close WM32 with this match to be honest because it would make people sit through the rest of the show just to see this match.

    • The Mummy Man on August 25th, 2015 says:

      @Thy Serpent said: “How an Undertaker fan would want him to lose a match and have an opponent stay undefeated against him is beyond me. I disagree that Undertaker did not need the win as it would add little to his legacy. Through out his career, he has always come back to beat his opponents.”

      I find it funny that any Undertaker fan would think Brock Lesnar was undefeated against him. Undertaker has several wins over Lesnar. Don’t believe everything Paul gloats about on Raw. Undertaker doesn’t need to prove a thing to Lesnar, and EVERY Undertaker fan needs to understand that. You can’t pass a torch to someone and then take it back.

      “Why should Brock be an exception? I think Undertaker needed this win simply because he never beat Brock.”

      Because Taker gave him his undefeated 21 year career streak. Whether you like it or not, he is the man Taker believes is the one to take his place. He is the new unstoppable force within the WWE. HE is the one Taker passed the torch to.
      “Clean or not, I think giving him the win was the right thing to do. Besides, by not making it a clean victory, WWE has maintained Brock’s image of being the one to beat. It has made him look stronger.”

      I never said I had an issue with the way the Undertaker beat Lesnar last Sunday. That was sort of the point of my rant. Taker has tons of veteran moves that can surprise anyone in the ring. This was about revenge, not being the better current wrestler. He wanted a victory over Lesnar to shut him up and got one.

      @Laser said: “WRONG!!!
      He had something to prove to HIMSELF!
      He cheated himself! Hope he feels good about his victory.
      And yes, I did not agree with his dirty wins against Austin or the Rock.
      After over two decades loyal to WWE, I would not have written that finish to a main event storyline involving to huge superstars. Just my opinion. I enjoyed the NXT PPV a lot more than summerslam as a whole.”

      He didn’t cheat himself because he was the one who passed the torch in the first place. His point was that he could have defeated Lesnar, even at his current age if he wanted to pull out all of the stocks;ergo, the low blows leading up to the event… Lesnar is cheating himself by claiming to have beat the best when we all knew Taker had no chance of winning it at that age. And then goes around gloating about it like it was some huge victory.

      I don’t even watch current WWE events. I didn’t watch anything at Summerslam other than the Taker match, and I certainly don’t watch NxT. I enjoyed Taker’s match with Lesnar, because it proves that Taker still had some fight in him. Enough to give Lesnar a run for his money in a very believable way.

    • Laser on August 25th, 2015 says:

      @ the mummy man
      Brock should gloat about it. The Undertaker has been the most dominate force in WWE for a long long time. A win over him still means something. Age is not a factor. His age has never been part of a storyline. The fictional character of The Undertaker is a undead zombie MMA Biker mortician. Age has never played a part in the characters storyline. If I’m supposed to suspend my disbelief as a fan and believe Taker has dark powers and can teleport into the ring and make lighting strike, than I should be able to believe he can beat Lesnar clean. I’m not talking about the 50 year old man Mark Calloway. I’m talking about the FICTIONAL character. He knows he tapped out. Brock felt him tap. His win just makes him look bad.

    • The Mummy Man on August 25th, 2015 says:

      @Laser said: “Brock should gloat about it. The Undertaker has been the most dominate force in WWE for a long long time. A win over him still means something. Age is not a factor. His age has never been part of a storyline. The fictional character of The Undertaker is a undead zombie MMA Biker mortician. Age has never played a part in the characters storyline. If I’m supposed to suspend my disbelief as a fan and believe Taker has dark powers and can teleport into the ring and make lighting strike, than I should be able to believe he can beat Lesnar clean. I’m not talking about the 50 year old man Mark Calloway. I’m talking about the FICTIONAL character. He knows he tapped out. Brock felt him tap. His win just makes him look bad.”

      Sorry but you’re wrong. There have been several storylines(including this one) that have indicated that he’s still just a man. Heyman even indicates this in several of his promos(going to the hospital, collapsing and calling up Triple H is not things an undead Zombie with supernatural powers does). The Undertaker isn’t some real undead zombie. He’s a magician with a ton of parlor tricks. He’s the master of mindgames, and him tricking his opponents into believing he has supernatural powers is apart of his character for a very long time. That has been stated numerous times. He had a whole run as an ABA without any powers at all, and was as human as any character within the WWE. I know how great it would be for the Undertaker to crush Lesnar in a match, but we have to face facts. Taker wants to pass the torch to him. He can’t do that if he takes back what he gave in the first place.

    • Laser on August 25th, 2015 says:

      i hear what you are saying. I just wish they brought Undertaker back for something more meaningful than another feud with lesnar. The match was solid, the build epic, and the payoff sucked. I guess we agree to disagree. Cheers!

    • The Mummy Man on August 25th, 2015 says:

      I don’t so much as see it as a feud. I think Taker just wanted to come back and give a better match than the one he gave at mania(after sustaining the concussion early). I think he gave us the match we wanted, even if the finale left something to be desired. I’m thankful you see where I was coming from. Agreeing to disagree is fine.

      I can see why that finish would upset a lot of fans. I just wanted to let them know why the story likely went this route. Honestly, I’m one of the people who didn’t want to see the streak end. Specially to someone like Lesnar. But it is what it is.

      I think WWE has done a great job building up Lesnar as this unstoppable force, and at the end of the day he stuck with WWE and is one of the people keeping the company alive today. That has surprised me in ways you can’t imagine.

    • The Mummy Man on August 25th, 2015 says:

      I also think it’s very noble of Taker because he’s not behaving like other wrestlers that were way out of their prime and was still able to beat wrestlers that were clearly superior. Hulk Hogan for example. Back in his 50s and up against someone like Lesnar, he would’ve walked all over Lesnar and made him look weak. Taker just isn’t that kind of guy. He’s well known for pushing guys and sharing his prosperity with other WWE Superstars.

    • Laser on August 25th, 2015 says:

      I hope you are right about it not being a feud. Unfortunately I think there is one more match on the horizon between these two. I would much rather taker came back to do something else. I would like to see him work with some of the younger talent like Reigns or even mentor Bray Wyatt on becoming the new face of fear. they may sound a little out there, but I think it would be cool. If he formed a stable with some of the younger guys.

    • The Mummy Man on August 25th, 2015 says:

      @Laser

      Yes, those are all really great ideas, especially with Bray. I can see him working with Bray to build him up as the new face of fear. Bray Wyatt’s the perfect superstar to continue Taker’s dark supernatural elements in WWE. I’m not sure if there will be a rematch between him and Lesnar. It’s looking a bit more unlikely after what happened on RAW and by what I’ve been hearing with reports(Taker won’t be appearing on tv any time soon). I think Taker will end up facing someone else at mania if he does make a return, but I guess we’ll see.

    • Thy Serpent on August 26th, 2015 says:

      @The Mummy Man
      “I find it funny that any Undertaker fan would think Brock Lesnar was undefeated against him. Undertaker has several wins over Lesnar.”
      I’ll admit I wasn’t clear enough. I was referring to ‘Taker beating Brock by pinfall or submission in a one on one match. I cannot recall seeing one on Raw/Smackdown or a PPV. If you have a link to it, I’d love to watch it.

      “Because Taker gave him his undefeated 21 year career streak. Whether you like it or not, he is the man Taker believes is the one to take his place. He is the new unstoppable force within the WWE. HE is the one Taker passed the torch to.”
      I would have been wondering what to reply to that if ‘Taker lost to Brock again, but he won. So, no comments.

      “I never said I had an issue with the way the Undertaker beat Lesnar last Sunday. ”
      I just typed in my thoughts and it wasn’t in response to anything you said.

      “He wanted a victory over Lesnar to shut him up and got one”
      Exactly which is why I felt he should’ve have won this one and he did which was the whole point of my post. 😉

    • The Mummy Man on August 26th, 2015 says:

      @The Serpent:
      It wasn’t a one on one. He beat Lesnar and The Big Show in multiple handicap matches on Smackdown. Which is even better than a one on one.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9Iy8QuPkZE

      Oh and look, Paul Heyman was right there when it happened. lol

    • Thy Serpent on August 26th, 2015 says:

      @The Mummy Man. Thanks for the links. I vaguely remember watching those on TV. I thought I might have missed a match where ‘Taker did pin or make Brock submit in a one on one match. Anyway, it did happen at summerslam. Even though it was controversial, I’m content. I too don’t watch much of WWE. I only watch when ‘Taker makes an appearance or has a match. That too, I watch it online as I don’t keep a track of the show timings.

    • The Mummy Man on August 27th, 2015 says:

      You’re welcome, and no hard feelings. I feel we all want the best for the Undertaker. He’ll always be the best in my eyes.

    • Dead Angel on August 27th, 2015 says:

      @The Mummy Man:
      The count out video was an after show Main Event which was supposed to be for the arena crowd only. The WWE won’t count that as part of their history onscreen since it wasn’t on Smackdown. If you notice, there’s no announce team, and the match was extremely short. Brock was undefeated against Taker on PPV before Sunday. That’s fact. House shows don’t count as back in the day in 2002, when WWE came to Seattle, Taker and Lesnar headlined the show. Taker won by DQ.

    • Piyush on August 27th, 2015 says:

      Loved the good and the bad news Bo Dallas gave to Brock Lesnar. Simply loved it.. 😀 😀

    • The Mummy Man on August 27th, 2015 says:

      @Dead Angel said: “The count out video was an after show Main Event which was supposed to be for the arena crowd only. The WWE won’t count that as part of their history onscreen .since it wasn’t on Smackdown. If you notice, there’s no announce team, and the match was extremely short. Brock was undefeated against Taker on PPV before Sunday. That’s fact. House shows don’t count as back in the day in 2002, when WWE came to Seattle, Taker and Lesnar headlined the show. Taker won by DQ.”

      That isn’t what Heyman claimed though. His claim was that Taker never defeated him at all(not at only PPVs or in Singles matches), which simply isn’t true. I didn’t realize the second one was from a house show(I found it later on after posting the first one), but my original video/citation still stands. Taker beat Lesnar in a handicap match aided by the Big Show(numerous times). Even in a triple threat match between him and Big Show, he got the pin over Lesnar again. They should count, but was ignored to keep up Heyman’s facade. Brock is clearly at a higher caliber than Undertaker at this point, but that doesn’t mean he could’ve beat an Undertaker that was still active back when he originally challenged him at UFC. I’d like to think Taker coming out on top back in those days(clean) would’ve been plausible.

    • Thy Serpent on August 28th, 2015 says:

      Was browsing through a few videos and came across a this one – Undertaker during his ABA days. I personally never liked that persona, but there were some enjoyable moments like the one below where he confronts Brock.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QV69jKtUFtM

    • The Mummy Man on August 28th, 2015 says:

      @Thy Serpent: Oh hell yeah! Imagine that Undertaker going up against current Lesnar… Taker would’ve destroyed him! I wasn’t too big on the ABA Taker myself, but there was no questioning how much butt he kicked in that era.

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