JC’S Weekly Top 20 Power Rankings (05/31/17)

Extreme Rules is THIS Sunday on the WWE Network, but man oh man has WWE programming been brutal lately. This week’s RAW and SmackDown shows were once again sub-par with not a lot of strong segments. Let’s hope that RAW can find some storylines with their upper card, because right now it is lame. SmackDown has been unable to find its groove since the Superstar Shakeup and I am not as excited for Money in the Bank as I should be. But let’s get down to the rankings!

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Five WWE prospects who have grabbed attention with a gimmick adjustment

Jinder Mahal’s huge WWE Championship win at Backlash once again proves that a talent can come out of nowhere to become a superstar in WWE.

By no means is anyone on this list the next WWE Champion, but here are five prospects who have caught my eye with a simple gimmick adjustment.

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Stop telling me there’s “no chance” Finn Balor can beat Brock Lesnar

WARNING: The following quickie post contains Jobber Knocker-on-Jobber Knocker crime.

Enough is enough, Nestlemania.

Week after week you say, “Finn Balor has no chance of beating Brock Lesnar.”

I’m not able to counter you like J.C. has the chance to, so I find myself just yelling at the radio. But it’s time I say my piece. . .

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PODCAST: Backlash and Takeover: Chicago review; Jinder’s the champ

We discuss WWE Backlash, NXT Takeover, Jinder Mahal becoming WWE Champion, Breezango on the rise, Balor being a threat to Lesnar, Titus O’Neil helping Apollo, and much more!

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The Maharaja’s WWE title victory “marks” one for the ages!

Written by Guthrie The Ring Announcer

Twitter: @TheGuthrieRoy

It was a classic portrayal of good versus evil this past Sunday at Backlash inside of the Allstate Arena when perhaps the most unlikely of adversaries stepped into the ring with the defending champion, Randy Orton. Heading into Sunday, many fans were very quick to dismiss any chances of Jinder Mahal – a competitor we’ve seen job to other talent endlessly since his return to the company – dethroning The Viper. But to the dismay of all those naysayers, evil prevailed Sunday night when the most illustrious prize in the business, the WWE Championship, was raised high in the air by The Maharaja himself. And this time, it wasn’t because Jinder managed to steal the belt from Orton, it was because Jinder won the belt by pinning Orton.

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Official Backlash 2017 predictions from the Jobber Knocker staff

  • Mr. Nestlemania: 5-3
  • J.C.: 6-2
  • Guthrie the Ring Announcer: 5-3
  • DQ: 7-1

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PODCAST: Fatal 5-Way; Titus O’Neil; Backlash preview

Nestlemania and J.C. discuss the Fatal 5-Way at Extreme Rules, Titus O’Neil doing some good, Jinder Mahal making the most of his opportunity, What happens with Lesnar, and of course Backlash Predictions!

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JC’S Weekly Top 20 Power Rankings (05/16/17)

I thought both RAW and SmackDown had huge bounce back weeks and I enjoyed the overall programming. RAW found a way to replace Braun Strowman for at least this week and seems to be off and running towards Extreme Rules. SmackDown I thought had a very strong go home show for BackLash this Sunday.

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I want to care about the Universal Title, but it’s not easy when it’s MIA

The Universal Champion is supposed to be the face of RAW.

Well, the face of RAW hasn’t shown his face since the night after Wrestlemania.

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