Preliminary abstract and feedback (November 28, 2022): Blood clot in bloodline


Kevin Owens interrupted a great moment for The Bloodline. Sami Zayn, still beaming Survivor Series, they celebrate it with Jimmy & Jey Uso, pledging their love and loyalty to each other. Ji and Sami embraced with much joy as the three men reported that The Bloodline had no clots in their system. Indeed, they said no cracks, but blood clots, do not crack.

As the three men created the happiest group hug ever, they looked at the stoic Sulu Sekua. Solo didn’t smile and resisted their pleas. But then he moved a bit and seemed like he might hug his siblings and adoptive brother. But then the KO blasted off in West Virginia and the crowd and I got depressed. How dare you, Kevin.

Kevin didn’t want to give up on Sami. In fact, he is happy for Sami. He is happy that the world is finally seeing Sammy’s greatness. But he ended up with Zayn. Not just as a friend but as an enemy. He doesn’t want to fight him, fight with him, or drive together on the road. Sammy is great at it too because he doesn’t need a KO anymore; He has a new family. KO, always frustrated, reminded Sami that no matter what he or anyone in The Bloodline says, he’s not his real family.

Continuing the great work done on this story, it was Jey Uso who stepped up in Sami’s defense. Ji told Sami not to sweat KO’s he is He has no problem fighting KO on Sami’s behalf. A great progression for two people who are always at odds, and a great moment that illustrates Jey’s love for Sami. In a family, when one of you has beef, you all have beef. And in wrestling, nothing says “I love you” like fighting on someone’s behalf.

KO and Zayn’s things felt real the way only true friends can make them feel real. They gave up pretending and talked to each other like people. This part of the clip is worth your time, even if you missed everything else before or after the match.

Oh but match then? excellent. What started as a back-and-forth that turned into a question of how far a KO could go? He hurt his lower back, took several Superkicks to the chin – including one where Jey actually flew – and, of course, dealt a few bloodline shenanigans. Jimmy tried to interrupt, Solo swiped his legs on the ring apron, and Sami coached J outside. Jey worked KO’s back after Sami pointed him out, and eventually betrayed Owens when he went to Pop up a Power Bomb. That was the moment I thought Jey had a W in his hand.

But Owens never gave up. He took all that punishment from his body, with strong exception from Solo, and moved on. Playing possum, he escaped an attempted GI at first, and Uso finished with Stunner. Kevin got out of the dribble almost immediately while the rest of the Dynasty looked in shock.

Everything about this angle is the best part of WWE TV right now, so the more we get of it the better. Saving this for the main event was a great idea, especially after all those vibes we got earlier. Without taking the rumors into account, I’m wondering what the next part of the story is and how things play out. Sami’s loyalty is boosted (right?) and The Usos faces a tag title match next week with Elias and Riddle. Perhaps building in the short term for another Sami vs KO showdown that only happens because Roman Reigns demands it. Sami says he’s done with Kevin but his loyalty to Roman might be the only thing causing him to go back on his word. My guess is Jimmy gets a shot at KO after that, then Solo, and it doesn’t get the job done. Sami Roman troops in battle and then we go from there.

Whatever it is, I’m disappointed that they made me a hook, line, and sinker.


Political chaos

Rhea Ripley wrestled Mia Yim at rawThe first match. I kept asking myself why Mia didn’t accompany any OC members because she’s working with them as a solution to Ria’s problem. Then Dominic got involved, which took out AJ Styles and everything just clicked into place. Needless to say, Mia vs. Rhea ended in a no contest, but an eight-person match emerged from the wreckage.

But we know what it’s like when the OC runs into three male members of Doomsday. Yes, I know what you wrote and I’m not going to change it. Anyway, with that in mind, it stands to reason that seeing these two boxes in the context of a tag match is the most exciting. or at any time either of them did anything in the match. Whether it’s Rhea beating up Karl Anderson a little bit, or Mia beating out Finn Balor. But the moment Michin laid her hands on Doom, Rhea Riptide struck. Don’t Mess With Mami’s Man.

I want more of this and thankfully, this feud is not over yet. If Mia is the answer, we need the proof.


it is time. If the Street Profits don’t have these tag titles, split them up for a single run because they’re both ready. Angelo Dawkins is looking better and better as Montez Ford, back from injury, continues to add strength to his game. This week, it was revealed that Bianca Belair isn’t the only one in her house who has the ability to get Otis pregnant. Although not as impressive as this feat, Montez’s strength easily slammed the big man. Profits looked great in their match against Alpha Academy, I just think the writing is pending.


Speaking of moving forward, Austin’s theory was done with everyone. His promotion held a conference where he celebrated the fact that he had regained the United States Championship. Of course, he rubs that in the face of everyone, and this is his right. But there is also a chip on his shoulder the size of a gold nugget. Seth Rollins appeared dressed like he was working on the Victoria’s Secret runway and issued a challenge. The new champion sure said but in his own time. Of course, Seth calls him a kid, which is always pretty much under Theory’s delicate skin. This is his kryptonite and more than likely the main narrative device to power his title. He will either overcome said deficiency or fall victim to it.

A good clip that outlines the future for not only these two, but a look at why Theory’s second round with the US title is so different from the first.

Me against the world

Dexter Lumis’ “Anything Goes” match against The Miz was a very long one. This is not an indictment of the two men involved because they both came to play — no pun intended. Loomis’ escape from the actual vice grip on his skull was a fun moment. But it’s an Anything Goes match against a psychopath, so anything beyond a few minutes feels like wasted time. Especially since we all know the score with Adam Pearce at ringside, necklace in hand, and The Miz being the bad guy at the end of a very long and boring storyline.

I’m glad the ordeal is over.

Back first

Candice Laree returned with CTRL damage to her sight. Candace wants a little revenge because the crew put her on the shelf for a month. First on her list? Dakota Kay. The match started perfectly when Candice attacked Dakota Kai as Kai entered. But the match didn’t maintain that level of aggression and energy once it settled down. The fight has become a gladiatorial match and the story, at least at this point, requires a lot of the first and less of the second. I didn’t hate the match because both women know what they’re doing in the ring. But the booking, along with the time, didn’t do them any favors.

eyes on this

Alexa Place is planning. During a backstage interview with her, Bianca, and Asuka, Alexa appears disinterested and in her own world. On the ground, this is nothing new. For the past few weeks, Alexa has seemed like someone he wishes he was anywhere else in the world other than following Bianca. Bianca and Asuka finally get noticed this week, which means a heel turn could be on the horizon.

Perhaps I was expecting a more exciting show than a really cool outing in survivor series, But it all made me want. The opening and closing succeed on every level, but it does rawAmidst this it makes me want. There was nothing objectionable but nothing special either. Not a 40-degree day, but nothing newsworthy. Truly one of those episodes that makes me want to watch a two hour show. Keep it short, son. Half short and twice as strong.

Grade B-

This is my degree and I stick to it. Your turn.

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