Hello everybody, was very surprised to see such positive feedback for my previous post. Surprised because all the negative seems to outweigh positive about many topics in wrestling, specifically Triple H. Anyway, enough of my babbling... apart from plugging my link for my last post on this subject http://www.ewrestlingnews.com/commun...on-of-The-Game
Triple H is one of those wrestlers in the world and of the past few years that almost everyone (and quite possibly everyone) seems to have an opinion about.
It has been well documented his politicking, all the way into the top of the company for the forseeable future, apparent butt kissing and whoring into power.
Though this may be true and backed up by people in the
Updated 07-03-2011 at 08:36 AM by The Next Big Thing
I just hope that punk is the new direction of the company, it would be brilliant if they make an effort of it. start by having him win the belt at mitb and let him appear on raw and sd occasionally, classifying himself as an "independent". he can form a faction called "wrestling matters" or something like that. Basically the whole idea of the faction is people who are not pushed
Entrance music is one of the most downplayed area's of a wrestlers persona. If you look at a wrestler and assess his character, you will look at his physique, mic skills and charisma, ring ethic etc. But the first thing that alerts you to a superstar is the entrance theme.
Out of the current generation, I don't really know what to say regarding the entrance music. It is about 90%
Updated 05-19-2011 at 11:07 AM by Frank
The worst thing that can happen to any individual in any walk of life is when they believe their own hype. Whether their new hugely inflated (or always inflated) ego carries continued success in whatever field they are involved in, there is an inevitability that it will catch up with them in some other way. Business men, strippers, hookers, all kinds.Tiger Woods is a prime example, his ego was probably
The Nation of Domination - How I miss it so.
This faction led in to the peak of the attitude era and was another important part of what was created i that era.
It just worked, and evolved and evolved and evolved.
Lets examine the members of my favourite faction.
Faarooq - The original leader, he was perfect for the portrayal of the black
Updated 05-15-2011 at 06:08 PM by Frank
First of all, I have to thank Madness' WWE v WWF blog for inspiring me to finally get off my lazy ass and write my first blog. I salute you.
What I am going to write about may have been read to death by many of you and you may change the proverbial channel, but I hope that isn't the case.
As we know, WWE just isn't the same. In fact, Vince McMahon has either lost his
Updated 05-14-2011 at 05:25 PM by Frank
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