Another Match Announced for WWE Payback, Updated Card

– WWE has announced Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin for Sunday’s Payback pay-per-view in Chicago. Below is the updated card:

WWE World Heavyweight Title Match
AJ Styles vs. Roman Reigns

WWE Intercontinental Title Match
Cesaro vs. The Miz

WWE Women’s Title Match
Natalya with Bret Hart vs. Charlotte with Ric Flair

Finals of the #1 Contenders’ Tag Team Tournament
Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady vs. The Vaudevillains

Chris Jericho vs. Dean Ambrose

Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens

Baron Corbin vs. Dolph Ziggler

Vince McMahon announces who will control RAW – Shane McMahon or Stephanie McMahon and Triple H

WWE United States Title Kickoff Pre-show Match
Ryback vs. Kalisto

Big Daniel Bryan Update, WWE Women Character Changes, Roman Reigns Feuding with WWE NXT Star?, Lots of “Bullet Club” Backstage WWE Updates, Backstage Story on Vince and Cesaro, Possible WWE Payback Title Change, Problems for New WWE Tag Team Already, Big News on The Rock and Roman Reigns, The Undertaker – WrestleMania 33 Scoops, WWE SummerSlam Plans for Roman Reigns, Big WWE Brand Split Update, Enzo and Cass’ Future, Must See New Lana & AJ Lee & Maryse, Lots of New GIFs & Exclusives, More

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  • WWE RULES! TNA SUCKS

    Payback is looking to be a awesome show. Hope AJ becomes the next wwe champion. That would truly be phenomenal.

  • WWE SUCKS!

    Seeing how well the UK Ratings Chart went down last week, let’s do it again this week!

    Since everyone loves to talk about the WWE’s ratings being so much better, than TNA’s ratings in America, as you can see here. IMPACT’s ratings are more than double as much, as the WWE’s two major shows combined in the UK, with IMPACT at 138,000 viewers VS the WWE at 136,000 viewers combined. So like I said last week, TNA really does beat the WWE’s combined shows most of time and in the UK, TNA ratings actually dominates the WW’E’s ratings there. LOL!

    UK RATINGS: Week Ending April 17.

    Impact: (April 12) 138,000 viewers. (#1 on Challenge for the week!)
    RAW: (April 11) 102,000 viewers.
    SmackDown: (April 14) 34,000 viewers. (This is just embarrassing!)

    So SmackDown actually lost almost half it’s viewers in one single week. Going from 64,000 viewers last week, down to a embarrassingly low 34,000 viewers this week. #THEMOREYOUKNOW!

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