Alright hello out there to all wrestling fans far and wide.
I am the one and only T-Hughes35 back today with my latest entry, Presnted by: www.ewrestlingnews.com.
Today I would like to talk about an idea that I have that can really be turned into something big by WWE and leave a really big impact on it’s fan base. This can be something that can really show not only us wrestling
So I had the opportunity to attend the Chris Jericho Spoken Word show at The Garage, London this past weekend and thought I’d share my feelings on a fantastic show especially for those who didn’t go and were curious as to what took place.
It was advertised as ‘Rockstars Say The Funniest Things’ so it was unclear how much of the show was going to be about Jerichos’ wrestling career
Oh yes ladies and gentlemen. I'm back again to give you some insight of my mind and dig into how things are going. Clearly you can see what this blog will be about due to the title of it.
Let me start by saying 374. That is the number of days currently that CM Punk has been Champion of THE 'E. In six short days, he will have surpassed John Cena's 380 reign of terror and will have been
You know those episodes of Raw or SmackDown when nothing truly poignant happens, but you still enjoy it? That’s what this week’s Raw was to me. Obviously you can find the bad in a show with not much happening (such as having Alicia Fox fall victim to the rejuvenated Tamina Snuka – seriously, why is Fox still employed by WWE?), but this week I expected not much to happen.
Everyone knows WWE isn't going anywhere but that doesn't mean the product they are producing is good, It is watchable & somewhat entertaining but it is so boring & repetitive sometimes or most of the time that it's getting people who have followed wrestling their whole lives to not be interested. And yes I know as long as they get kids into the product they will be successful but there are
Updated 11-27-2012 at 12:11 PM by Frank
WWE(F) has had millions of fans and these fans have seen the many different eras the E' has gone through, depending on the age of the fan of course. Between the WWWF in the 60s and 70s, to just the WWF of the 80s, mostly molded by characters and gimmicks than wrestling, to the Attitude Era of the 90s, Ruthless Agression for the early and mid 2000s, to where we are now with the PG era. But no era is
Good afternoon, Mr. McMahon,
Bear with me. I'm sorry for misleading you, but here's an original idea. I know you disapprove of fans like myself sending in "idea's" but I am no ordinary fan. I have a 180 IQ and have studied the industry from top to bottom. I have an honorary degree in marketing and psychology, I have the credentials. I just pick up on things, I'm not
It is in my opinion, the best and worst moment in history of Survivor Series. The moment in 97, people are still talking about to this day. Decided to dedicate a blog of breaking down how, why, and try to explain the effects of Montreal Screwjob based on my opinion. This moment didn't just effect Bret, Vince, & HBK.....it also had an effect on the wrestling world.
Why it happened:
Updated 11-24-2012 at 09:04 PM by TheGreatOne
(thoughts n opinions)
OK. After seeing a few fantasy match cards, allow me to remind or educate you on WWE WrestleMania logic. Now, every year, WWE puts on the "Biggest show of the year", "The Grandest stage of them all," "The Pinnacle of Sports Entertainment"....WrestleMania, and we watch in anticipation of what's gonna happen, and every year, they give us something to cheer about, and talk
Updated 11-23-2012 at 08:12 PM by CMBison
thats_sooo_cheesy_card-p137719651778285939q6ay_400.jpgThe reason I created this blog was to talk about cheesy gimmicks and storylines in professional wrestling being an ability to draw believe it or not. Another reason I made this blog is because of everyone talking about Johnny Curtis' new Fandango and how much of a flop it'll be because of how cheesy and ridiculous it is which goes right along with the purpose of
Updated 11-24-2012 at 10:08 AM by Dubs
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