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WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match Set For Next Week

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WWE has announced that The Revival will be defending their WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships on next week’s show following Crown Jewel.

Despite the fact they lost on tonight’s show against Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler, it is Thew New Day who will be getting the opportunity for the titles next week.


The Revival will put their titles on the line against Kofi Kingston and Big E, who will be teaming up for the foreseeable future due to Xavier Woods’ recent injury.

It wasn’t announced whether or not Roode and Ziggler will be added to the Tag Team Championship match, but that is a possibility due to Ziggler pinning Kofi during their tag match tonight.

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Drew McIntyre Admits He Doesn’t Want To Mix The WWE Title In A Cinematic Match Setting

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Cinematic wrestling matches may have been popular in 2020, but Drew McIntyre doesn’t have a desire to be in one anytime soon.

With Bray Wyatt/The Fiend being one of the top stars on the red brand, Drew was asked if he’d like to have a cinematic match with him. However, the current WWE Champion made it clear that right now, that’s not something he’s interested in.


“Maybe eventually, not right now,” McIntyre told Sportskeeda when asked about a potential cinematic match with Wyatt. “I’m WWE Champion and I think, in fact I know, like the way I’ve been building the title, it’s about the honor and respect and about wrestling. And there’s room on the show for everything, a little bit something for everybody, different characters. It’d be boring if everyone was the same and The Fiend’s unique character is so incredible, so out there, but I don’t think that’s something I think I want to mix the WWE title with. Like that’s for, you know that portion of the audience and for me as a fan to watch and be blown away by the spectacle. But when it comes to the WWE Championship, I expect it to be in a wrestling match. You know, like man-on-man, fighting over the title with respect and honor. And that’s what I’m all about, that’s how I’ve tried to represent the title and that’s how I think it should be represented. Not in a comedic fashion or an outlanding fashion, but a realistic wrestling environment.”

McIntyre will be defending his WWE Championship this Sunday at the WWE Royal Rumble as he goes one on one with Goldberg. Meanwhile, Wyatt hasn’t been seen since he was burned by Randy Orton at WWE TLC.

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Triple H Discusses If John Cena Will Be Involved At WWE WrestleMania 37

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The Road To WrestleMania is very much upon us, and with that comes plenty of rumors, and Triple H has spoken about one of those.

One name that is always brought up at this time of year for a possible appearance is John Cena. One of WWE’s greatest stars is no longer a full-time talent, but also has never retired from wrestling, leaving the door open for possible returns.


Cena has been a major presence at WWE WrestleMania ever since he first appeared, and he was last seen in WWE at WWE WrestleMania 36, where he lost the Firefly Fun House match against Bray Wyatt.

When Triple H was asked about the possibility of Cena coming back for WWE WrestleMania 37 by Sports Illustrated, The Game certainly left the door open for that to happen, admitting that if Cena can make it happen, he will be there.

“I won’t put words in John’s mouth, but I can speak to his passion, and it’s WWE and WrestleMania,” Triple H said. “Once you do this at a high level, and John does it at the highest, it’s very hard to put down. If there is a way for him to be there, he will be there.”

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Jinder Mahal Discusses His Upcoming Return & His Motivation

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Jinder Mahal will be back in the ring tonight for the WWE Superstar Spectacle, and he has spoken about his journey to recovery.

The former WWE Champion returned to WWE Raw back in 2020 after an injury, only to further aggravate it, forcing him to have surgery and take more time away from the ring.


He is going to be in the ring for the WWE Superstar Spectacle, marking his return in WWE’s major event for the Indian market. When speaking with Firstpost, Jinder Mahal discussed returning to the ring and how he has stayed motivated.

“Obviously it’s going to be the hashtag #ReturnOfTheMaharaja — I’m going to be coming back from injury, so looking to make an impact and establish myself again in the title scene.

“I’m still inspired, just like before, even more motivated than ever before. I want to have a long career in WWE and now that I’m realizing that I’m getting a little bit older, I’m 34 years old, I just have to take care of myself a little bit more. So now I’m doing more yoga, more recovery stuff, just staying on top of the recovery aspect.”

Mahal then discussed what the injury process has been like, before promising that he will return with the best version of himself.

“It was very tough… First time I’ve been injured, first time I’ve missed time away from WWE. So it was definitely hard at first. I went from being on the road, 200-plus days in a year performing every night to all of a sudden now I’m home, I’m just doing rehab every single day.

“But, I kind of challenged myself at rehab, every day I wanted to see the growth just like I challenged myself in WWE. Just like every match I wanted to get better, every day at rehab I wanted to get better and come back stronger. I was super motivated to come back. Obviously, WWE is my passion, is my life, is all I ever wanted to do.

“Every athlete goes through this, they just kind of stay motivated and put the work in rehab, in training, and you can always come back stronger and better than before,” added Mahal.

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