1992 was a transitional period for WCW, With the loss of Ric Flair WCW was scrambling to come up with some new stars and story lines. Since the WCW no longer could use the Heel group "The Four Horsemen" they decided to create a new Heel stable with Arn Anderson having more of a leader role and that stable was "The Dangerous Alliance". The Dangerous Alliance was the breath
Updated 08-14-2012 at 10:17 PM by THE_CRIPPLER
Hey guys Knox here hoping all is well. I wanna talk about the declining of the Championships and I'll start off this blog with the World Heavyweight Championship. A Championship that truly has a big piece of history stamped to it tracing all the way back to NWA. I wanna talk about the last 2 Credible Champions to hold that belt.
Jeff Hardy & Cm Punk:
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Hey fans. Savior here. The tone of this blog is going to be a little down, for obvious reasons. I will start by saying that I think New Jack needs to get out of his mom's basement and grow the hell up. Jerry Lawler is a legendary figure in wrestling, a little respect is in order. I'm sure everyone is with me when I say our thoughts and prayers are with Jerry Lawler.
Now, I watched the
In this blog, I will be talking about the superstars in WWE who were really something at one point and then just dropped to nothing. Superstars who won the Intercontinental title and now are rarely seen. Won the world heavyweight title and just lose week in and week out.
Jack Swagger- I remember watching the build up to Wrestlemania (I can't remember which one) but boy did it suck. Jack
Updated 09-15-2012 at 04:15 PM by Frank
What are Steel Cage matches meant for? Some believe it is designed for the heel to lose, some say it is to settle or end a fued, and others can say it was designed to create memories that will last a lifetime. That is the point of this blog. Looking back at the history of the Steel Cage that really doesn't get the love it deserves anymore since they designed the hell in a cell and the chamber. A lot
Updated 10-03-2012 at 09:46 PM by TheGreatOne
"You know what really grinds my gears? Cynical wrestling fans .. why don't they get with the freaking program. It's called a wrestling show folks, no need to get your panties in a twist, just enjoy the show, stop taking it out on other people... And that, is what grinds my gears... Back to you Tom."
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I had been contemplating a way in
Updated 10-20-2012 at 02:36 PM by kylos
Hey everyone, first blog here on this series i will give my thoughts and opinions on wrestlers,shows,news and rumors, please give me feedback on this. And now that the introduction is over lets get started on the review!
Preshow: John Cena segment
At first this segment was pretty bland and boring, typical cena stuff until John Cena called out Dolph and then......vickie came out.
Updated 10-28-2012 at 10:37 PM by Jaydash
What’s up Splashers! I’ve noticed a couple of people have been writing about RAW, and how they feel about the 3 hour lineup that started on the 1000th episode. To be honest with you I’m still not sold the idea myself. I’ve been watching RAW each week, and I’m trying to find out what exactly does
TLC: Tables, Ladders, and chairs, Oh my!! That is the way Mick Foley announced the first ever TLC match in WWF. He was the commissioner at the time. Basically like what a GM is now, but just a different title. The first TLC match orginally happened in 2000. Why is it called tables, ladders, and chairs? I'll get to that, but I'd like to start out by giving you the steps toward the first TLC match.
Jack Swagger has been on a hiatus for quite awhile now. Thank God. Before he left, his matches were getting increasingly hard to watch. The "All-American American" gimmick had become too boring, stale, and tired for words. The only time he was relevant in the last two years was when he was tagging with Dolph. Even when he was U.S. Champion, nobody cared. But after Jack Swagger is repackaged,
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