This week in WWE GIFs: The Man comes around, Bryan shocks the world and more
The battle for brand supremacy is almost here. The final days before Survivor Series and NXT TakeOver: WarGames certainly proved to be some of the most intense in recent history, and we captured the biggest moments — whether heated, shocking or lighthearted — and uploaded them to our GIPHY channel for you to express yourself on social media. Our GIFs are available on platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram DMs, WhatsApp, Slack, Gmail and many others. Which one is your favorite?
The Man comes around
Even though she won’t be competing at Survivor Series, there’s no doubt that this week belonged to Becky Lynch. The image of the SmackDown Women’s Champion standing tall despite a broken face will surely be one of the year’s most unforgettable moments, as will her defiant speech in the face of having to pick a replacement for Sunday’s battle with Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey. Those two nights certainly cemented The Man as one of WWE’s toughest Superstars.
Daniel Bryan shocks the world
Daniel Bryan regaining the WWE Championship after returning from retirement should have been cause to jump for joy for the WWE Universe. However, the manner in which The “Yes!” Man captured the title left the WWE Universe (especially this guy in the crowd at SmackDown LIVE) with so many questions that need to be answered.
A lunatic ignited
Dean Ambrose seemingly left The Shield behind once and for all on Raw after making a fiery hot statement to Seth Rollins.
How do you heal a broken heart?
When Seth Rollins said he wasn’t thinking about Shinsuke Nakamura and their Survivor Series match, it cut The King of Strong Style deep. Apparently, the way to get over heartbreak is simple: knee to face!
An undisputed guitar solo
Kyle O’Reilly threw a new twist on his trademark NXT Tag Team Title guitar solo this week, with a sweet kick reminiscent of David Lee Roth.
Braun Strowman continues to wow the WWE Universe with his incredible power. There are few others who could catch a luchador, then hurl him at another in one swift motion.
Lashley’s favorite pose
Hey, if we looked like Bobby Lashley, we’d probably show our physiques off, too. Although, Lashley’s favorite pose isn’t one we’re likely to see take the pose-down world by storm.
For months, Elias demanded the WWE Universe put away their phones during his performances. On Raw, he surprisingly broke his rule to take a dig at Lashley & Lio Rush.