Let me start this post off by stating a few things:
I began watching wrestling in 1993.I stopped watching wrestling around late 2005.I started watching wrestling again in December 2010.I'm 22 years old.
What might bring me back to wrestling you might ask after a 5-year layoff? After having discussions with co-workers of mine about old pay-per-view events and past
Updated 02-28-2011 at 09:29 AM by Frank
Hey guys, hope all is well and I appreciate you guys that take the time out to read my blogs.
I am so sick of hearing people say that old wrestlers like Ric Flair, The Undertaker, Triple H and other guys are hogging the spotlight because they haven't retired yet. I have a point to defend these wrestlers.
First of, with the wrestlers I've named, all of them still wrestle
Hi Guys and Girls
I honestly didnt think that i would ever think that i would be doing this and it is my first blog. But just a couple of points to make.
1. Tna the Hogan and Bishoff Era. First and foremost i will say i have a huge amount of respect for hogan and bishoff and they really did take the industry further than most thought it could ever be done back in WCW.
Hello everyone, hope your well. This is my 1st ever blog ever, not just on this site. I'm just going to be asking the simple question here, why cant TNA make new stars?
I'm from the UK (england), and when TNA 1st came to our TV, i thought "WOW, this stuff is really exciting", at that time, i didn't know any wrestlers apart from Jeff Jarrett, and Sting, but the wrestling i
Hi all, time for blog number 2 and I can think of no better subject than the constantly debated topic of the WWE PG rating. I would also like to recommend that you check out Polly-Pablo's blog on this subject as they cover some really good angles on this and encourage good debate.
Ok, so lets start by frustrating a few of you by saying...I dont have a problem with the PG rated WWE product.
Updated 02-26-2011 at 06:47 AM by Domkin
What I would like to see in a newly formed televised wrestling show.
1. Only new and unnoticed performers.
2. The roster would comprise no more than 25 people. Take for instance TNA; they have way too many wrestlers for just one show.
3. Less chitchat more fighting. Use only 5% of the show for the chatting so we know what’s going on and the rest for
Yeah, you read it right. Get ready for one hell of a rant in this blog. I am holding nothing back. I'm sure everyone here has read the news that Sting has re-signed with TNA and will be possibly return on this upcoming TNA iMPACT! This blog will be addressed that.
So let me get this straight. Sting; a legend in the industry of wrestling just seriously passed up an opportunity to join
Updated 02-26-2011 at 01:52 PM by Wrestling_Deluxe_08
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I am not referring to the video game.
The night before the first ever draft on Raw back in 2002, I attended the last live show in Rutherford, NJ that used the merged roster. It was a sad sight to see The Dudleys, after a victory, get on the mic and say "this maybe the last time you see us tagging together." As we all know now that wasn't the case thanks to TNA. But back in
Over the last few years, we have waited for the WWE to seriously pull its socks up in all aspects of wrestling entertainment - superstars in the roster, wrestling action, storylines, new talent - and were reasonably disappointed. After all, the WWE had Cena, Y2J, Orton, Deadman, Rey Mysterio, Edge and a host of other talented guys. But somehow, something was missing. TNA was smartly mixing it up,
Updated 02-24-2011 at 02:23 AM by bharath
This is my first blog entry, so I'd like to start off my saying hello and I hope that this isn't too bad of a read for you all (or those of you who wish to read this).
I've been a fan of Wrestling ever since I can remember. Along with my brother and sister, I've been an avid watcher right back to when we were old enough to hold a remote.
As a slightly less spritely 29
Updated 02-23-2011 at 11:56 AM by Frank
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