For those of you who did not watch, what was probably the worst PPV Main Event in Wrestling history Sunday night, you have most likely already heard about it on this very web-site. Most you have undoubtedly even went on to watch the replay of the match (as the match it self only took a whopping 88 seconds.).
This has probably been said before about WWE and cruiserweights but i'm hoping to come across from a different angle, so hear me out. I was just watching the rise and fall of WCW and i'm still on disc one (the bischoff section) and i realised the one reason why i loved WCW back in the day; Variety. They would have their main storylines but then they would showcase the luchadores because they drew
I don't know I am just bored so decided to predict future WrestleMania locations, you may or may not agree, anyways:
WrestleMania 29: East Rutherford, NJ, USA (why not? they haven't done NJ in a long time)
WrestleMania 30: Boston, MA, USA (do one in Cena's state while he is in his prime)
WrestleMania 31: San Francisco, CA, USA (one for the east coast)
Hey Splashers! I know there's no sub-title as usual. I'm just gonna talk on some random topics that has been catching my eye.
On Sin Cara
Sin Cara just doesn't seem to be cutting the mustard if you ask me. He's been in the WWE for several weeks, and every week he seems to have problems. The WWE spent an incredible amount of time promoting Sin Cara's debut, who is no stranger
Updated 04-20-2011 at 06:31 PM by Rick Starr
Decided to start blogging here just to "get the poison out", so to speak, about my thoughts on various things in the wrestling business. Starting with the top guys in WWE.
John Cena - Always compared to Hogan. Don't get why. Hogan's promos were always fun. Cena's are boring. Even when he was a heel rapper, all his promos did was give the crowd an excuse to yell a swear
Updated 06-02-2011 at 06:45 PM by Frank
Hey guys hope all is well. I've been blogging lately and I must admit something. Both TNA & WWE have an amazing Lightweight roster. I would go as far as to say WWE's & TNA's Lightweight roster are better than the heavyweights or maineventers as far as in ring ability.
Chavo Guerrero, Curt Hawkins, Daniel Bryan, Evan Bourne,
TNA Impact Wrestling celebrated its ninth anniversary at tonight’s pay-per-view, and while it’s nice that the company has existed for this long, things could be a lot better.
The promotion seems to be running in place from a business standpoint, drawing meager numbers on pay-per-view and the same million-plus fans every Thursday night on Spike TV.
Second blog here, and I'm probably gonna piss a lot of you "hardcore" wrestling fans off here, but I think it needs said. WRESTLING (speaking about WWE) ISN'T ABOUT YOU (the individual), BUT ABOUT WHAT CAN KEEP THE COMPANY, AND BUSINESS SUSTAINED. and what keeps the WWE thriving?
I was going to make it three different paragraphs but they all flow
No, it's not an awesome new Tag-Team. Nope, not a train route or bus route either. It's apparently a VERY interesting epidemic within the world of Professional Wrestling for a VERY long time now. What a better time to examine what we know?
There's a documentary coming out called "Don't Bleed On Me". If you haven't seen any of the trailers or watched any of the clips, I suggest
CM Punk. Take a bow!
I have been a WWE fan since it was introduced to me in England back when I was 8 which was 9 years ago now, unfortunate for me as I missed the best of the attitude era.
Growing up I never surrounded myself with the politics thats goes with the different wrestling brands, in fact its only in the last 6 months I took any notice to the IWC.
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