WWE Live Results (3/2/14) – Moline, Illinois
Below are the results from Sunday’s WWE live event in Moline, Illinois:
* Bad News Barrett b. The Miz
WWE Main Event Spoilers – Feb. 26th
Posted on: February 26, 2014
WWE taped this week’s episode of Main Event tonight from the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
WWE Elimination Chamber Report
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After the BIG E V’s Jack Swagger match, Bad News Barrett appears on his podium by the stage. Barrett gives us bad news about the Russians winning more gold medals than the Americans at the Winter Olympics.
After The Uso’s V’s The New Age Outlaws, – After the match, Bad News Barrett appears and says Daniel Bryan won’t be winning tonight and for that, fans will turn on him. Barrett chants “yes” while the fans chant “no.”
After the Darren Young vs. Titus O’Neil, Bad News Barrett appears again. His podium isn’t working and he’s now speaking from the stage. He rips Minnesota’s electricians and football teams. Barrett brings up Hulk Hogan returning and says his spotlight will be forever dimmed by the charisma of Bad News Barrett.
After Cameron vs. AJ Lee, Bad News Barrett comes to the stage. He says the WWE Network will be so amazing that people will lose their jobs, get suspended from school, let their houses become dirty and condemned.
Best Friends Forever? – The JBL & Cole Show – Ep. #65
In this edition of The JBL & Cole Show, Clem Layfield begs to be let backstage, JBL is still in denial, and Cody Rhodes has a BFF proposition for Bad News Barrett.
Clem’s identity REVEALED! – The JBL & Cole Show – Ep. #64
FINALLY, after weeks of speculation – the identity of Clem Layfield has been revealed to the WWE Universe. Brace yourselves as Big Clem gets an exclusive WWE backstage tour!
15 Superstars’ ‘secret weapons’
Wasteland (Bad News Barrett)
It’s called The Barrett Barrage for a good reason: Bad News Barrett unloads a variety of powerful blows left and right like artillery fire in the ring.
Long before he sent opponents crashing to the canvas with his mighty Bull Hammer elbow, however, Barrett utilized a feared maneuver called Wasteland to lift them up on his broad shoulders and slam them down with authority. The finisher’s list of victims reads like a veritable who’s who in WWE: John Cena, Rey Mysterio, Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston, Daniel Bryan and even WWE Hall of Famer Edge. All of them felt the full brunt of a move that seemed to replicate the motion of a hammer hitting the firing pin on a revolver. Only in this case, the revolver is 6-foot-7 and weighs 246 pounds.
“My opponent has a much higher drop than he would have with a regular performer in WWE,” Barrett told WWE.com, explaining the power behind Wasteland. “When I’m slamming him down to the canvas, if you drop him from 6-feet-7 in the air, it doesn’t matter who you are — it’s going to be pretty painful and enough to stun you for three seconds.”
Barrett transitioned to using the Bull Hammer because he felt it was a far more dangerous and effective blow, and one that is harder to counter than Wasteland. But he’s not opposed to bringing back his old finisher when and if the situation calls for it. After all, it was the move that won Wade the Intercontinental Title in March 2011 when he surprisingly caught Kingston in mid-air as “The Wildcat” attempted to deliver Trouble in Paradise — a finishing strike that is rarely countered.
“I’m certainly not averse to using it. It’s still there in my arsenal,” Barrett said. “If the time calls for it and I need it for any reason, it’s there waiting. You likely haven’t seen the last of the Wasteland.”
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