WWE Main Roster UPSET With NXT! Mauro Ranallo And Corey Graves Update! | WrestleTalk News

WWE Main Roster UPSET With NXT! Mauro Ranallo And Corey Graves Update! | WrestleTalk News

Hello and welcome to the WrestleTalk STACKED
News, I am Chopper Pete Quinnell. Today’s top stories include main roster
stars being upset with NXT and Survivor Series, an update on the Corey Graves and Mauro Ranallo
situation, two major NXT stars being injured, and I’ll be going through the top headlines
from last night’s episodes of NXT and AEW, including debuts, title defences, and more! Press the timestamps in the description below
to be taken to any of those right now! First things first, Happy Thanksgiving to
all our American viewers! Go fill yourselves with Turkey and…cranberries…I
don’t know what you guys have for Thanksgiving. But be thankful anyway! You know what I’m thankful for? Being able to provide you guys with the news. So let’s do just that. In a shocking turn of events on Sunday, NXT
actually walked away with the W when matched up against both Raw and SmackDown at Survivor
Series. This was received greatly by the crowd and
fans alike, with Shayna Baszler, Keith Lee, Pete Dunne, Adam Cole, and to a degree Rhea
Ripley, all coming away looking much better than when they went in, especially in the
eyes of the casual fans. However it seems now that, despite the impossible
happening and NXT triumphing over the main roster, the main roster may not have been
all that happy about it. Tom Colohue of Sportskeeda reported that: “While many in the red and blue locker rooms
believe that this has been good for business and have been vocally happy to put over their
fellows, there are quite a few people who feel that NXT’s ascension has negatively
impacted the perception of what was previously termed the main roster. Sources indicate that some talent have concerns
about a lack of screen time similar to when the wild card rule was in operation…I have
been told that Survivor Series was a particular low for some members of the roster.” It is true that in the build to Survivor Series,
certain talent had significantly less screen time due to invasion angles and Survivor Series
storylines needing to be furthered. So it seems that the main roster talent in
question weren’t upset necessarily about putting NXT over, but more about receiving
less screen time, and tarnishing the main roster’s credibility in the process. It’s pretty clear to see exactly why NXT
won at Survivor Series, in order to further their momentum and try to give them the boost
in the ratings they desired, with them hoping to maintain their lead over AEW Dynamite. Hopefully now that Survivor Series is over,
we can begin with each brand furthering their own storylines and not cross-brand stories,
and Triple H has previously said that after Survivor Series, the brands will be more defined. This was off to a great start when Raw’s
Akira Tozawa wrestled on NXT last night, but considering the only time NXT has beaten AEW
Dynamite in the ratings so far was when there was an open invitation for the main roster
to join them, if the ratings slip back under AEW again, could we see the main roster freely
travel to NXT and vice versa? What more measures will Vince and Triple H
use to ensure NXT beats AEW in the ratings? And will this then upset the main roster talent
more if they continue to be overshadowed by NXT talent? While this whole AEW/NXT war is going on,
there appears to be some more conflict that isn’t quite resolved yet within WWE itself,
with Mauro Ranallo and Corey Graves, and now there’s been an update on the situation. The situation between Mauro Ranallo and Corey
Graves has certainly been an interesting one. For a brief recap of the story so far, during
NXT Takeover War Games on Saturday, Corey Graves tweeted out saying: “I know you wouldn’t know it, but there’s
actually a WWE Hall of Famer and a former Ring of Honor Champion on commentary. I’d imagine they have a lot to offer.”,
insinuating that Mauro dominated the commentary booth and didn’t give the others a chance
to speak. When someone asked how many Chicago rap references
Mauro had made, Corey responded with “far, far too many”. These tweets seemingly led to Mauro Ranallo
deactivating his Twitter, and he subsequently did not announce any matches at Survivor Series,
or at last night’s episode of NXT. The reason given for his absence at Survivor
Series was that he blew out his voice from excitement at Takeover, but now having missed
NXT too, it’s becoming apparent this isn’t the case. Corey has since apologized for his tweets
on his After The Bell podcast, stating: “This past Saturday, during the ‘Takeover:
WarGames’ event, I sent out a tweet. It was an unpopular opinion, as I often do
with the intention of just stirring up a little controversy, maybe have something fun to talk
about on TV or here on the show. It was maybe not the most professional way
to go about things, and it was never meant to offend or disrespect or disparage anybody. That was never my intention. If it was taken as such, I apologize deeply. That was not my intention. I would never intentionally cause anybody
undue stress, especially a co-worker. So, I apologize.” In an update to this, Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling
Sheet has stated that Graves planned on bringing up the tweets in a joking manner at Survivor
Series when he and Mauro would be commentating together, to further build the brand supremacy
angle. So he made some tweets that could be taken
quite offensively, just to have something to talk about on commentary with Mauro? I would have thought the match they’d be
commentating in front of would be enough, but that’s just me. Speaking of matches, and on last night’s
episode of NXT, an injury was seemingly picked up on Bobby Fish. Minor NXT spoilers incoming by the way, but
I won’t be revealing any results until later in the video. In a pre-announced match, Keith Lee and Dominik
Dijakovic teamed up to take on Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish of the Undisputed Era for the
NXT Tag Team Championships. However, right before an ad break, there was
a spot where Keith Lee threw O’Reilly and Fish onto each other on the floor outside
the ring. After the ad break, Roderick Strong had replaced
Fish in the match and was wrestling in street clothes. It was said by the commentary team that during
the ad break, NXT General Manager William Regal announced that Strong would be replacing
Fish due to medical reasons. It was later then said that Lee had injured
Fish earlier in the match. Luckily this doesn’t appear to be anything
major, as while WWE haven’t released an official statement on the matter, PWInsider
is reporting that Fish was seen walking around backstage after the incident, and he seemed
to be OK. Hopefully this means this will lead into some
sort of storyline, or this was just a minor injury that prevented Fish from working the
match last night, but with a bit of rest will see him back in tip top shape. Best of luck, Bobby Fish. But Bobby Fish isn’t the only NXT talent
working with an injury right now, but who could the other one be? Damian Priest. It’s Damian Priest. It’s being reported via WrestlingInc that
Damian Priest actually suffered a few cracked ribs during his NXT TakeOver: War Games triple
threat match against Pete Dunne and Killian Dain. This then suggests that Priest worked the
5-on-5-on-5 Men’s Survivor Series match with the cracked ribs, and if so, he hid it
very well. This does however seem much more like a kayfabe
injury due to its vagueness of “a few cracked ribs” just to display the general brutality
of the match, rather than a specific injury picked up by Priest. However, if the injury is legitimate, then
we at WrestleTalk would like to wish Damian Priest the speediest of recoveries. But now, before we get into the NXT and AEW
headline recap, there’s some important business to attend to. Survivor Series was the culmination of Season
3 of WrestleLeague, WrestleTalk’s predictions league, which you can also join in with over
on our Patreon page. I…got screwed, and as such I have lost this
season. For the full details, check out the WrestleTalk
Live review of Raw, where all the…shenanigans, went down. As is tradition, the loser must perform a
music video punishment, and that’s…that’s me this time. So we’ve got a poll to determine which song
I’ll be…performing. These were suggested by our lovely $25+ Pledgehammers
on Patreon, so vote in the poll above my head right now to let us know what you want to
see me perform. You can choose from: Bask in his glory. Bask in his glory. I bring the swag like nobody can. Don’t mean to brag, what about it, yeah. Is it my eyes, when you look at me. They are so gorgeous, they’ll set you free. You’ve done it now, you’ve gone and made
a big mistake It’s tough to be The Rock. No, no, shut your mouth, it’s really tough
to be The Rock. So yes, those are your options, vote in the
poll above to see me perform any of those, but, probably with an actual performance. And now let’s get into the weekly NXT and
AEW review headline recap storyline news, or the RHRSN. Rolls right off the tongue. As always I’ll be starting with AEW, so
if you don’t want AEW spoilers, but want to hear about NXT, use the timestamps in the
description below to jump ahead right now! AEW Spoilers. They’re coming in 3, 2, 1. CM PUNK APPEARED ON DYNAMITE, just kidding,
just kidding. AEW had a few major talking points coming
out of this week’s episode of Dynamite, chief of which was Chris Jericho has his own
champagne now, and guess what it’s called? A little bit of the bubbly. Of course it is. This was part of Jericho’s celebration segment,
which all went over hugely with the Chicago crowd. Elsewhere on the show, a new tag team debuted
called The Butcher and The Blade, who attacked Cody. They were accompanied by Allie in a playboy
bunny outfit…so is it The Three B’s? The Butcher, The Blade and The Bunny? Who knows? And finally as advertised last week, Jericho
defended his AEW Championship against Scorpio Sky, with him successfully retaining the strap
after a really fun match. After the bell however, Jon Moxley’s music
hit, and he stood in the crowd as the show went off the air. New challenger for Jericho perhaps? Let us know what you thought of AEW by pressing
the i above my head and voting in the poll, where you can choose from – All Elite, AEW-some,
Middle of the Rhodes, SC2 out of 5, and What The Buck? And now we move over to NXT, so once again,
if you don’t want NXT spoilers, now’s the time to turn away from the video and watch
some other great WrestleTalk content. NXT spoilers coming in 3, 2, 1. CM PUNK APPEARED ON NXT. Again, kidding. First things first came the NXT Tag Team Championship
match between Undisputed Era and Keith Lee and Dominik Dijakovic. As mentioned earlier in this video, Bobby
Fish seemed to pick up an injury during this match, and was replaced with Roderick Strong
using the Freebird rule. Strong and O’Reilly retained their belts,
with Keith Lee hitting the greatest pounce you will ever see in your life on Adam Cole,
who came out to run interference. This distraction allowed the Era to pick up
the win on Dijakovic however. Lio Rush retained his NXT Cruiserweight Championship
against Akira Tozawa in an insane match, including a spot where Tozawa German suplexed Rush from
the apron to the floor. Yes, you heard me right. Rush hit two Final Hours for the win. The main event of the show was Finn Balor
vs Tommaso Ciampa, with both men claiming rights to the NXT Title. Cole again ran distraction, allowing Balor
to pick up the win over Ciampa. However when Cole then threw up the Undisputed
Era sign at Balor, Balor threw up the finger guns, and then Pele kicked Adam Cole in the
head. Balor will not be joining the Undisputed Era. Interesting dynamics. I like it. Let us know what you thought of NXT, man there’s
a lot of polls today, by pressing the i above my head once again, where you can choose from
– An EST NXT, Undisputedly Good, The Fine-est, 2 out of 5 Live, and Cameron Grimes’ Hat. Have CM Punk’s WWE plans been revealed? Press the video to the right to find out more,
and the video below that to find out about Vince McMahon being upset with Survivor Series! A special thank you to our pledgehammers on
Patreon, some of whom you can see scrolling below me right now! I’ve been Chopper Pete Quinnell, and that,
was wrestling.

100 thoughts on “WWE Main Roster UPSET With NXT! Mauro Ranallo And Corey Graves Update! | WrestleTalk News

  1. PETE: Do you think NXT winning at Survivor Series was the right choice?
    WWE Main Roster Upset With NXT And Survivor Series! – 0:55 / Mauro Ranallo & Corey Graves Update! – 3:38 / Two NXT Stars Injured! – 5:29 / AEW Spoliers – 9:42 / NXT Spoilers – 10:56

  2. Do you not remember how fast Priest got eliminated? I thought it was a burial at the time, but a legit injury makes much more sense.

  3. Surely Jericho's Champagne should just be called the Bubbly… Because now he'll be having a little bit of, a little bit of the Bubbly. That's less Bubbly 🤔

  4. O my god having to fight for your spot when has that been meant to happen with wrestling oh wait like Jesus’s some wwe wrestlers don’t seem to get it

  5. Ima Latino-American an I do not celebrate Thanksgiving because of all the pilliaging, and murder on Native Americans. Js

  6. WWE lost me for good with these pathetic attempts to kill another company, don't give two fucks about any brand they have.

  7. "NXT has negatively impacted the main roster"… Right, and not the fact that both main roster shows have been full of suck for years now?

  8. It's cuz NXT it's not the developmental cuz they have better matches but it's not their fault it's cuz Vince takes the main roster very safe but that it's Vince.

  9. Your making way more of a big deal out of the NXT thing then there needs to be. They are all the same business and need to be treated equally.

  10. He calls himself Chopper Pete, but how do we really KNOW he's Chopper Pete? I mean, I haven't seen him chop anything, not even once.

    I think He's the real El Fakidor. Look out, Oli!

  11. only outcome is that nXt is officially a main roster now. doesn't make sense for them to still be developmental if they beat both Raw and Smackdown. and as a result i expect nXt to become more like Raw and Smackdown

  12. Far too much heat on Corey Graves for this. Vastly confused. All do respect to Mauro he is a damn fine commentator seems like a likeable guy but, it the entertainment profession in a social media age. If he has a condition that strongly he really shouldn’t be on twitter for his own health it’s the worst place to be. In regards to him and Graves, the idea they couldn’t personally work it out if Mauro was offended is baffling, if anything, everyone attacking Graves have been far worse than Graves was to Mauro. Light sarcastic criticism at best with someone he knows and has worked with. Hell, at worst.

  13. Mauro needs to grow a pair. If that comment by Graves was enough for Mauro to break down then he needs to find a new line of work because he’s in a job that is in the public eye and subject to public scrutiny and criticism. He either needs thicker skin or a new career where he can’t be criticized by anyone else which doesn’t exist if you have a boss.

  14. It's great NXT is getting exposure, they have a great roster, just sad it's all at the expense of getting over AEW. I fear what will become of NXT after these Wednesday night wars. Even though both sides say their is no rating war lol

  15. Damian priest and bobby fish injured?

    Oh shit adam cole almost died in wargames and didn't get an injury… and in wednesday nxt keith lee send adam cole flying to the nxt universe
    Damn adam cole's body is undisputed

  16. Raw and NXT are on the same network in the US, so I expect that they'll still be going back and forth between those shows, but I doubt Fox is interested in propping up a show on another network.

  17. When you watch NXT you care about the wrestling and the commentating. When you watch the main roster you sometimes drown out commentary.

  18. I miss the AEW and NXT reviews 🙁
    The recaps are fine but nothing tops the reviews. Maybe a double feature?

  19. WrestleTalk stop talking a load of B/S like f**k the main roster are unhappy cause they lost at Survivor Series is Laughable laughable & stupid how about you report facts instead of B/S

    Stop drinking the AEW coolade & report wrestling as a neutral base with real stories


  21. Can't blame them. I'd be pissed too if I had to put over the junior varsity all month just because Vince & Hunter foolishly raced into a ratings war they can't win and should've never leaned on NXT to win for them

  22. Corey, that apology was poor! Sounded like you only apologised based on reaction and not realising that you actually did wrong. GO AND APOLOGISE DIRECT TO RANALLO. So disappointed.

  23. they are just worried about getting eyes on nxt on Wednesdays and the wholr Mauro thing he deletes his account anytime someone says something about him I understand he has issues but hiding and going home everytime doesn't help him either sometimes u gotta face the problem

  24. Nxt open door whould be best for business, a chance for those main roster guy's to go and rebrand themselves.. like anyone would.

  25. How the f are you going to apologize to your coworker through a tweet?! He owes him a face to face apology like a real man should!

  26. I know Mauro suffers from depression. So no one can joke or say anything negative about him at all. If your in the public no matter how great you are people are going to give you crap. Maybe working in the publics eye is not his bag baby.

  27. Corey Graves is a wannabe tough guy. He picks on guys like Mauro and trash talked Byron with constant bickering like a god damned child on live television. Hes a pussy and honestly I could careless if he commentates any show whereas Mauro makes me enjoy NXT even more. I think the fans voice means more than yours Graves

  28. aww poor mauro. he needs to stay home if he cant take the heat! Graves is awesome! so many butt hurt sissies in this society these days. ohhh that was offensive, ohhh that was hateful, abusing, blah blah blah! Graves was speaking the truth, and he has to apologize for speaking the truth! Fuck off losers!

  29. They killed bayleys title.. She needed the win of the 3.. Becky is over and shayna is over.. Bayley should have gotten the win to give her something credible.. But she ate the loss and it did no one any favors..

  30. I intentionally, non-intentionally use the word intention as its the biggest work in my dictionary. I intentionally said that. Dont take offence, it was not my intention to intentionally antagonise you with my unintentional youtube comment which may have intentionally offended, no one.

  31. Turkey, Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Stuffing, Coleslaw, Cresent Rolls, Stringbean Casserole,
    Coke a Cola, and last but not least TURKEY

  32. Mauro Ranallo is doing what many do in 2019 , Play the victim asap. Mauro Ranallo did dominate the commentary enough that I said to my buddies while watching " I wish this guy would shut up"

  33. What right does Corey have to criticize a man who has many more years of commentary experience than himself. Btw it definitely shows

  34. Could you imagine AEW being the world's biggest wrestling work and it ends up being a co creation of 2 billionaires, and in a couple years or so we get a One Night Stand 2006 style PPV where the AEW crowd is absolutely on fire and hostile as all hell?

  35. like what Booker T said on the SS kick off the reason why they are getting more screen time is because cream rises to the top if you give them a chance.

  36. corey graves is just a bottom feeding wanker that when he had to retire early he hung around like a leech because he knew he would fade into nothing.

  37. HHH is purposefully ruining the main roster and pushing his so-called brain child nxt over them. Poor Vince is going through a coup against him and the poor old man doesn't realise that.

    HHH is truly the scum of the earth.

    Hate that guy. Absolutely.

    Someone needs to put paul Levesque into his place. That degenerate gold digging asshole has single handedly been ruining wwe for years now.

    Let's be honest… He is not even half as talented as he wants us to believe… Take away the McMahon family name from him and he is a nobody.

    Fuck you Paul. Truly hate you.

  38. My opinion.

    Mauro is so painful… His commentary is very hard to handle… It’s very over the top, It made me not want to not watch wwe when he was commentating on raw or smack down

    I hate when people send a tweet then have to send out an apology like 🙄

  39. Quite offensively? the bar must be now pretty low in a industry where Big Show's was hugging his fathers casket while being dragged by a car. When i first heard of the situation I thought it would have been something more but was really just an obscure observtion at best…But def not Quite Offensively level.. I'm been called a Snowflake but this story wants me to call other people that term now. Love you guys

  40. But graves wasnt wrong. Ranallo totally over took the other two on commentary. He just shouted the entire time and it was actually quite annoying.

  41. Turned off after 2:35

    If a channel dedicated to wrestling, cannot understand why the competitors from all brands must travel to NXT, to compete for the N-X-T cruiserweight championship, then you do not deserve my attention.

    Im sure he will also bitch about the womens tag team championships also turning up on NXT despite that being the plan for those championships since well before AEW even existed.

  42. I understand what Corey graves did was unprofessional but Mauro
    Ranallo is being a child like take some criticism dont deactivate your Twitter and go cry like your a grown ass man

  43. SS sore loser is Smackdown , 4 times in 4 years , such a loser brand !! Not sure why they buried RAW ! I think even WWE knows Main Roster is not good at all for business ! Why not just merge brands & stop wasting everyone's time ! NXT winning was a shovel thrown at so called brands ! They ended RAW and SD single-handedly in one night !!

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