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Archive for February 2021

Back from the break and we see Bad Bunny performing on SNL with his WWE 24/7 Title. He will be in Damian Priest’s corner later on tonight against Angel Garza. Sarah Schreiber is backstage with Bunny and Priest now. Priest spots R-Truth with a referee, and he calls him out. Truth comes over with some comedy explanation but Priest knows what he’s up to. Truth gets Bunny’s name wrong and Priest aggressively corrects him, which leads to Truth running away.


– We see how Damian Priest helped Bad Bunny win the WWE 24/7 Title from R-Truth last week.

Damian Priest vs. Angel Garza

We go back to the ring and WWE 24/7 Champion Bad Bunny is introduced first to pyro. He walks down the ramp and the lights go out as Damian Priest begins his entrance. They greet on the ramp and head to the ring together. Priest wraps his entrance and stands tall as we go back to commercial with Bunny watching from the apron.

Back from the break and out comes Angel Garza to boos. Garza tries to surprise Priest as the bell hits but Priest turns him inside out. Priest takes it to the corner and beats Garza down as Bunny looks on. Priest with a dropkick and more big offense. Garza comes back with a dropkick of his own. Garza snatches his pants off to boos, then tosses them out at Bunny. Garza works Priest over while he’s on the mat, talking trash. Garza mounts Priest with strikes and shoves his face into the mat. Garza with a dropkick while Priest is down.

Garza keeps control and keeps the trash talking going. Garza with a Camel Clutch in the middle of the ring. Priest tries to fight out but Garza keeps shutting him down. Garza twists Priest’s neck and taunts Bunny while Priest is trapped in the hold. Priest overpowers to his feet but Garza nails him, angering Priest. Priest makes his comeback now, nailing a big jumping kick to the head. Priest with a big right hand and another Bell Clap, then a big kick to stun Garza and send him to the mat, collapsing.

Priest gets hyped up in the corner, acquires his target, and then fires his invisible bow & arrow. Priest charges and nails the leaping back splash in the corner. Priest follows up with the Broken Arrow but Garza kicks out just in time. Garza tries to retreat too the apron. He fights Priest off with a big right hand to the jaw. Bunny talks some trash now. Garza goes for the Wing Clipper but he can’t get Priest into position. Instead he runs and knocks Priest through the ropes to the floor. Garza invites Bunny to step through the ropes, into the ring. Bunny hesitates and taunts Garza, pointing behind him to Priest, who has recovered.

Garza charges but Priest nails a big kick from the apron. Priest then leaps off the top with another big kick. Priest yells out and grabs Garza in the middle of the ring, putting him right back down with Hit The Lights, formerly called The Reckoning. Priest covers for the pin too win.

Winner: Damian Priest

– After the match, Priest recovers and stands tall with Bad Bunny as he comes in. We go to replays. Bunny raises his WWE 24/7 Title in the air but here comes Akira Tozawa, Humberto Carrillo and Drew Gulak with their eyes on the title. Priest helps attack and clear the ring. Bunny’s music starts back up as he raises the 24/7 Title in the air. We go to replays. Priest and Bunny continue their celebration in the middle of the ring.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: February 23rd 2021

The announcers plug WWE 24/7 Champion Bad Bunny being on SNL last night. Bunny is backstage with Sonya Deville now. She tells him if he needs anything to come see her. The Miz interrupts and they have some tense words as Deville leaves. Miz shoves Bunny back and Bunny slaps him to a pop in the arena. Miz turns back around to fight but Damian Priest is standing there. Miz seethes and backs off. Priest and Bunny laugh together.

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Back from the break and we see how Bad Bunny got involved with Damian Priest’s win over Angel Garza last week. Mandy Rose is backstage with Bunny now, telling him how good he did last week. She’s wearing his t-shirt and asks if he has one for Dana Brooke. She wishes him good luck on SNL this week and walks off. Priest walks up and greets Bunny. Sarah Schreiber talks about how good his week is going, and then plugs Bad Bunny on SNL. They’re interrupted by Akira Tozawa pinning R-Truth for the WWE 24/7 Title. Tozawa backs into Priest, who knocks him into a stack of production cases. Priest instructs Bunny to cover Tozawa for the title and he wins it. Priest and Bunny head off to celebrate as Truth rants.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: February 16th 2021

Damian Priest is backstage with rapper Bad Bunny, laughing about what he did to John Morrison last week. Priest vs. Angel Garza will take place tonight with Bunny at ringside. 

Angel Garza vs. Damian Priest

Back from the break and Angel Garza is posing in the corner while The Miz and John Morrison stand on the apron. Out next comes rapper Bad Bunny. He stops on the stage and the pyro goes off. We see what happened with Bad Bunny on MizTV last week, and how he dropped Morrison at ringside before Damian Priest defeated The Miz. Bunny waits on the ramp as Priest makes his entrance next. Priest greets Bunny on the ramp and they hit the ring together.The bell rings and Garza talks some trash but Priest kicks him back and unloads with kicks in the corner. Priest keeps control and drops Garza with a heel kick for a quick pin attempt. Miz and Morrison provide a distraction from the apron, allowing Garza to turn it around and mount offense. Garza with a dropkick for a 2 count. Garza ends up distracting the referee, allowing Miz to get in a cheap shot to Priest.Bunny distracts the referee from the apron, and Garza keeps Priest down. Priest gets free from a submission and fights up from his knees. Priest with big punches and kicks now. Priest with right hands and a clothesline. Priest readies in the corner and looks to put Garza away but chaos breaks out as everyone gets involved. Things calm back down after Bunny outsmarts Miz and Morrison, and Priest hits the Bell Clap on Garza for the pin to win.

Winner: Damian Priest

After the match, the music hits as Bunny joins Priest in the ring to celebrate. We see Garza down at ringside.

Back from the break and announced for tonight’s RAW Talk episode are Mustafa Ali, Damian Priest and Bianca Belair.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: February 9th 2021


WWE superstar Damian Priest has broken into the mainstream thanks to an alliance with hit Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny.
At Priests’s January 31 WWE Raw debt on Royal Rumble, the popular rapper, after performing his song Booker T, helped Priest eliminate The Miz and John Morrison from the battle royal match. Bunny was ringside again on the February 1 episode of Raw for his new friend’s victory over Miz.
“People who don’t watch wrestling are following and commenting,” Priest tells TV Insider. “They want to know more about me because of my association with him. I’m just enjoying the experience.”
Priest, aka “Archer of Infamy,”also chats about his Raw debut, a dream WrestleMania scenario, whether Bunny will enter the ring, and more.
How far in advance did you know you were moving from the WWE NXT show to Raw? 
Damian Priest: I’d say a few days before the Royal Rumble it was official. Leading up to that, I tried not to think about it — you can get overwhelmed with emotions for something that may not come to pass.


How would you describe your Royal Rumble experience? 
It felt like a blur. I barely remember it and had to watch it back to see what happened. It was so thrilling and exciting. I think the night before the Rumble was when I finally accepted what was happening to me. All these different scenarios came into my head. I can’t remember the last time I was that nervous. Right before I came out and my music hit, I’m shaking. I was a mess. I’m glad I made it to the ring. That vest I had on, I ripped it to pieces because I was so nervous. In the end, it was everything I wanted. I know that sounds cheesy, but I was so happy.
How much of a Bad Bunny fan were you before meeting him? 
People know me as a rock and heavy metal guy, but there are many times on Spotify I’ll put Bad Bunny radio on. I know his music and dig it. I really dig the person, too. We’re so similar. I was raised in the same town [Vega Baja] he was born in [in Puerto Rico]. We come from really tough upbringings. He’s done things his way and doesn’t care what others might say about him. I’m the same way.
He loves wrestling. We hit it off immediately when we met. There was a bond. Not just because we’re both entertainers, but because of heritage and things we like, and our personalities. It’s cool to be around him.


Will he be in a match down the line? 
If he wants to. He’s a pro and a performer. Look at his success — he’s at the top of the Billboard charts in the U.S. with a full Spanish song, it just doesn’t happen all the time. If he wants to get physical and dedicates himself to it, I don’t see why not.
Fans are also talking about the handshake between you and WWE Hall of Famer Edge on Raw. Many compare it to The Undertaker shaking a young John Cena‘s hand, which was seen as an endorsement.
If you watch it back, notice my reaction. I couldn’t even get out a thank you. That was all Edge. I was super appreciative. He didn’t have to do that. I would never compare myself to John Cena and The Undertaker, but I’m sure it felt just as special and humbling for John.
Not all NXT moves to Raw or SmackDown have gone well over the years. How are you feeling about the future?

I knew I was just going to have fun and look at the positive of every situation. I have zero complaints. This worked out better than I could have imagined. We’re all built differently and are going to be used differently.
With you on Raw, a number of possibilities open up heading into WrestleMania. Do you have a dream match or scenario? 
I would be lying if I didn’t say I wanted to be the face of the brand and company, so I got to work with the top guys. Drew McIntyre, Roman Reigns, Randy Orton. For me dream matches, Edge has got to be up there. What he has done and been through…to be able to stand across someone like him at WrestleMania. Wow. Of course, you want to be in the main event and win the title. I would love to win the world title at a WrestleMania. That is 100% a goal and dream of mine. That when WrestleMania goes off the air, it’s my hand that gets raised.
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 Date: February 8th 2021
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Rapper Bad Bunny is backstage with Damian Priest now. They’re speaking in Spanish as we go back to commercial.

– We go back to the ring for another must see edition of MizTV as The Miz makes his way out with his Money In the Bank briefcase. John Morrison is out next. They head to the ring together.

Miz and Morrison hit the ring and take their mics. Miz welcomes us. He says they have a special one for us tonight because the Royal Rumble is over and now we’re on The Road to WrestleMania. They talk about some of the Royal Rumble happenings last night, and say the star of the night had to be international recording star Bad Bunny, who put on a spectacular performance. Morrison goes on about how Bunny’s music inspires people around the world to get up and have a good time. Miz and Morrison then introduce the rapper. His “Booker T” single starts playing as they dance around the ring. Bad Bunny makes his way to the ring.

Bunny enters the ring and doesn’t look impressed by their antics. Miz thanks him for being here and wants to clear the air of any misunderstandings from the Royal Rumble. Miz shows us a replay from Bad Bunny’s Rumble performance with WWE Hall of Famer Booker T, then the backstage segment where Miz and Morrison tried to recruit the rapper to their brand. We also see Miz entering the Rumble Match and stopping to destroy Bunny’s DJ setup. We also see Damian Priest eliminating Miz and Morrison, and Priest looking on as Bunny delivered a top rope dive to both Superstars. Miz says they both did things they regret last night, and two wrongs don’t make a right. Miz believes they can be bigger men about this. He apologizes from the deepest part of his heart.

Bunny accepts the apology. Miz asks if he has anything he wants to say. He doesn’t. Morrison asks if he wants to apologize for costing them their WrestleMania 37 spots. Miz says he heard Bunny wants to become a WWE Superstars. Bunny says that is one of his dreams. Miz goes on about how many WWE Superstars have found success under his guidance, including Daniel Bryan. Morrison says imagine what they could do for Bunny, especially with their Hollywood connections. Miz says they could teach him to become a WWE Superstar but all they want in return is his help in recording an album. Miz and Morrison break out in a horrible song and the crowd starts booing. Bunny says they are… special, but he’s not interested. Miz says first Bunny didn’t apologize and now he’s not interested. Miz gets upset now. They warn Bunny about how dangerous the ring can get. Bunny tells them to relax. The only reason he came here is because a good friend of his wanted to be on MizTV.

The lights go out and music starts up. A spotlight shines on the stage and it’s Priest standing there. Priest makes his way to the ring to a pop now. Priest enters the ring and greets Bunny. Priest drops Miz with a big forearm out of nowhere. He then intimidates Morrison out of the ring on his back. Tom says Priest has come from WWE NXT to RAW. Priest greets Bunny again as RAW goes to commercial with fans cheering them on.

Damian Priest vs. The Miz

Back from the break and the bell rings as The Miz charges Damian Priest but misses. Priest with the Bell Clap. Priest drops Miz again as Bad Bunny watches from a chair at ringside.

John Morrison pulls Miz out to regroup. Priest runs the ropes and leaps out, taking them down. He greets Bunny and brings Miz back in the ring. Priest comes off the top and decks Miz for a 2 count. Miz counters a move with a thumb to the eye. Miz sends Priest shoulder-first into the ring post now.

Miz with kicks and punches in the corner now as the referee warns him. Miz with a signature running clothesline in the corner. Miz taunts Bunny as fans boo him. Miz comes off the top with a double ax handle but Priest kicks out at 2. Miz mounts Priest with right hands now. Miz uses the middle rope on Priest now as the referee counts. Miz with a running kick to the back of the neck against the ropes. Bunny and Miz have some more words.

Miz turns around and kicks but Priest blocks, and again. Priest unloads on Miz now. Priest levels Miz with a clothesline as fans cheer him on. Priest with a running back splash in the corner. Priest goes on and hits a Broken Arrow to Miz but he kicks out at 2. Priest keeps an eye on Morrison at ringside but waits for Miz to get up.

Morrison hits the apron to distract Priest. Priest intimidates him of the apron. Priest turns back around but Miz levels him. Morrison gets back on the apron, distracting the referee. Morrison tells Miz to crawl for his Money In the Bank briefcase and he does, but Bunny snatches it to stop Miz as fans pop. Morrison comes over and gets the briefcase but Bunny smacks Morrison in the face with his pink microphone. Miz yells at Bunny but Bunny taunts him from ringside. Priest follows up and drops Miz with The Reckoning for the pin to win his RAW debut.

Winner: Damian Priest

– After the match, the music hits as Priest and Bad Bunny celebrate on the ramp. We go to replays as Miz and Morrison seethe in the ring. Priest and Bunny continue celebrating on the stage as Miz and Morrison look on.

WWE Hall of Famer Edge is walking backstage. He stops at Damian Priest, gives him props and they shake hands. Edge welcomes Priest aboard and then keeps walking.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: February 2nd 2021

Carlito. Elias eliminates Carlito. Elias goes to work on Edge now. Ricochet takes over on Elias in the corner. Nakamura with big strikes to Ziggler. Nakamura drops Ziggler on his head. The #14 entrant is Damian Priest from NXT.

Priest hits the ring and fights off Elias, hitting him with the Reckoning. Priest levels Ricochet now, then poses and yells out to the crowd. Morrison rocks Priest but Priest drops him with kicks. Priest keeps beating Morrison up. Priest eliminates Elias. We see Orton being tended to back in the trainer’s room. He is still technically in the match. Edge and Priest trade big shots now. The #15 entrant is The Miz as Edge and Priest collide with clotheslines.

Miz goes over and uses his Money In the Bank briefcase to smash up Bad Bunny’s DJ setup. Miz hits the ring and drops Big E with a Skull Crushing Finale to save Morrison. They double team Ricochet now, then hit him with a double DDT. Ziggler congratulates them but they double team him next. Bad Bunny comes down the ramp and he’s not happy. Miz and Morrison invite him in the ring but referees stop him. Bunny is furious. Priest takes advantage and eliminates Miz and Morrison off the distraction by Bunny. Bunny goes to the top and leaps off, taking Miz and Morrison down on the floor as Priest cheers him on.

The #16 entrant is Riddle as Bunny makes his exit. Fans chant “Bro!” as Riddle hits the ring and kicks off his flip flops. Priest attacks Riddle and they go at it. Riddle levels Priest with a forearm in the corner, then brawls with Nakamura. Riddle nails a kick and catches a kick, then fights Nakamura off into the crowded corner. Priest drops Nakamura. Riddle kicks Nakamura. Priest decks Riddle. The #17 entrant is Daniel Bryan to a big pop.

Bryan comes out and leads a “yes!” chant on his way to the ring. Bryan with a running kick to Nakamura in the corner, then to Priest. Ricochet catches Bryan but Bryan fights out and kicks him. Ricochet and Bryan trade shots. Ricochet flips into an impressive German. Priest almost dumps Edge but Edge hangs on. Big E levels Ziggler with a clothesline. Edge fights Priest off now. Riddle works on Nakamura in a corner. The #18 entrant is Kane making his return.

Kane hits the ring and drops Ricochet. Kane chokeslams Edge, then takes out Riddle and Nakamura. Ziggler leaps off the top but Kane grabs him and eliminates him. Kane chokeslams Ricochet to eliminate him next. Bryan calls Kane and offers a big hug in the middle of the ring. Kane grabs him for a big chokeslam instead. Priest gets in Kane’s face and taunts him. Priest fights off a chokeslam and they go at it. Priest eliminates Kane. The #19 entrant is King Baron Corbin as Priest fights Riddle off from the corner. Corbin goes after Riddle and then slams Bryan in the middle of the ring. Corbin fights off Nakamura but Nakamura comes back with a flying kick. Nakamura shows off some and goes for Kinshasa but it’s blocked. Corbin with Deep Six to Nakamura. Corbin eliminates Nakamura to boos.

Otis is out at #20. Otis runs over Corbin and then slams Big E. Otis launches Priest over his head, then the same to Riddle. Otis splashes Priest in the corner. Otis is the only one standing now. He delivers the Caterpillar to Priest. Otis goes up to the second rope but Corbin knocks him out. Otis has been eliminated. Bryan attacks Corbin and unloads with Yes Kicks in the corner. The #21 entrant is Dominik Mysterio. Dominik hits the ring but Corbin slams him hard, then mounts him with right hands. Corbin tries to dump Dominik but he hangs on. Dominik eliminates Corbin, who is seething.

Dominik goes after Big E now. Bryan fights off Riddle. Big E works on dumping Dominik. Priest drops Riddle and slams him by his neck. Priest works on Bryan now. Edge is recovering in a corner by himself. Riddle fights Priest off after Priest drops Bryan. Edge attacks Bryan now. The #22 entrant is WWE United States Champion Bobby Lashley. Lashley levels Riddle and then launches Dominik to eliminate him. Lashley then slams Priest with ease. Lashley eliminates Priest.

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