Wrestling Roundup: January 11, 2020

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WWE SmackDown Results:

SmackDown was rolling on Friday, capitalizing on some recent returns. The Usos were in action, and John Morrison made his return to Miz TV. WWE continues the march towards Royal Rumble, and there was one more return last night. First, the full match results:

  • The Miz def. Kofi Kingston
  • Mandy Rose def. Alexa Bliss
  • Braun Strowman def. Shinsuke Nakamura
  • Baron Corbin & Dolph Ziggler def. The Usos by disqualification

WWE SmackDown Takeaways:

Miz and Morrison are back together, and it is awesome. Sorry, I couldn’t resist. It’s so good to see Miz as a heel once again, and Morrison is still as entertaining as usual. These two will make noise in the tag team division which has needed some depth.

WWE is at it’s best when they remember storylines that have happened in the past and use them to create new stories. They’ve done that well in continuing the Bray Wyatt-Daniel Bryan feud. Wyatt should still be mad about being duped by Bryan in 2014, so having him reference it on the Firefly Funhouse was a great call.

Continuing with catchphrases and returns, Robert Roode is back. He helped Ziggler and Corbin beat down Roman Reigns. It’s still odd to see Roode be a croney for Corbin, but it seems they have nothing else for him. Also, Corbin and Reigns are facing off at the Royal Rumble, so get mildly excited.

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Dark Side Of The Ring Season Two Updates

The second season of Viceland’s Dark Side Of The Ring is coming down the pipe, and we know at least four of the topics (h/t WrestlingNews). On Thursday, the official Dark Side Of The Ring Twitter account tweeted a picture that seemed to relate to the ECW Mass Transit incident. The season will also include episodes on Chris Benoit, Brawl for All, and Dino Bravo.

One for the Road:

R.I.P. Ramblin’ Rabbit, again.

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