This Week in Pro Wrestling: Will Anarchy Return?
Pro Wrestling has been in a slight stalemate as of late.
But despite all that, did anyone happen to see just how hot TNA President Dixie Carter was? Or the fact that she was sending signals to Bobby Lashley during their interview?
RAW had a great ending with Vince McMahon joining forces with longtime rivals DX to take out Legacy. William Regal used his hired muscles to get another shot at Christian's ECW Championship.
And the WWE Universe saw the final curtain call of Jeff Hardy.
So what does this week have in store for the Wrestling Universe?
WWE RAW: The Legacy Meets The Dream
RAW saw plenty of fireworks last week in Vegas as Money Mayweather made sure that everyone in Sin City had a great time. With MVP and Mark Henry set to be the next pair of challengers to face The Walls of Show-icho, what will happen tonight?
Speaking of anarchy, Randy Orton found out the hard way that he will have to go through hell to remain WWE Champion.
After suffering the wrath of DX, Vince McMahon and his Breaking Point opponent, John Cena, Orton and his Legacy partners will have to contend with their continued war.
But they may have some backup coming as well...in the form of The American Dream.
WWE Hall-of-Famer Dusty Rhodes is slated to be tonight's guest host of RAW.
But as we saw when The Million Dollar Man ran the show, are we looking at another confrontation between father and son?
Who will Dusty Rhodes side with tonight when RAW hits the airwaves?
ECW on Syfy: Regal Law Continues...
Ever since becoming the No. 1 Contender, William Regal has been determined to become the face of ECW.
In the past few weeks, he has even enlisted help from Russian mauler Vladimir Kozlov and Big Zeke.
With Breaking Point just a few weeks away, are Captain Charisma's days as ECW Champion numbered?
Paul Burchill has had his hands full as well with the return of WWE's superhero The Hurricane. The Hurricane has returned and is looking to restore some order back to the Land of Extreme.
WWE Superstars: Who Gets The Upper Hand?
Week after week, WWE Superstars continues to give people in Chicago a reason to smile.
Considering the Cubs continue to drop the ball and the White Sox can't buy a victory, having Superstars on WGN America has been a very enjoyable thing.
Over the past few weeks, we have seen Dolph Ziggler get another shot at the Intercontinental Championship, Jack Swagger continue his dominance from RAW and The Hurricane make his return on Superstars.
But who will be next to make their impact on WWE Superstars?
TNA iMPACT: The Race to No Surrender Begins!
As we found out last week, Bobby Lashley will make his TNA Pay-Per-View Debut at No Surrender when he faces Rhino.
But that's not the only surprises that came out of last week's iMPACT.
We now know that the World Elite is looking to recruit Hernandez into their legion of disrespected superstars.
This week, Hernandez will face his LAX brother Homicide for a spot in the Fatal Four Way match for the TNA World Championship at No Surrender.
Also, Matt Morgan announced to Kurt Angle that he talked Dixie Carter into putting him in the Fatal Four Way Main Event.
After taking out both Scott Steiner and Booker T, Morgan is determined to leave No Surrender with more than just revenge on his mind.
And what master plan does Mick Foley have in store for TNA?
On top of all that, has Kevin Nash's greed gotten the best of him as he will face The Monster Abyss for Dr. Stevie's $50,000 bounty?
WWE SmackDown: The Age of Punk Continues
Last week on SmackDown, Jeff Hardy fought in his final match in the WWE when he failed to regain the World Heavyweight Championship.
Following a tearful goodbye to the WWE Universe, Hardy was attacked by CM Punk.
But while Punk was celebrating his victory, the thought had to be in the back of his mind.
The thought that in just a few weeks, he would have to step in the ring to defend the world title against a man who has made a living in claiming victims...
In just a few weeks, Punk would have to face The Undertaker.
Speaking of bad news, The Walls of Show-icho now know that they will face The World's Strongest Playas for the Unified Tag Team Championships at Breaking Point.
But their war with Cryme Tyme is far from over as proven this past week on SmackDown.
With his job still on the line, what surprises will Teddy Long have in store for everyone this Friday night on SmackDown?