I am writing this based on a request on Twitter. At first I was sceptical to tackle the subject of WWE’s Divas division (due to my lack of interest in it in today’s WWE) but I decided it might be worth taking a crack at it.
It also came to my attention that my lack of interest and the occasional insult and comparison towards it might be useful tools in offering a sustainable argument
Updated 06-26-2012 at 03:43 PM by Frank
Hey guys, Knox here. This will be a fun one. I'm blogging today on the hottest opening lines by wrestlers over the past two decades, hope you all enjoy this. There are many I will forget and alot of new items will be on the list. Hopefully you all enjoy.
By opening punchlines, I mean the first words you hear that comes out of the wrestler's mouth. No punchlines like
Hello. Allow me to introduce myself. Im dperk911 wrestling fan since birth. Im not a wrestling trivia guru like most of you. But i do know enough.
This blog is about how stables effect wrestling in a negative way. We all love a good stable. Especially heel groups. But in some way it has hurt the credibilty of wrestlers. This blog is about that. So here are my reasons and how they hurt
Ok fans. The Saviour here with an odd, 3rd post this week. I'm actually going to blog about a thread from the forum that I found very interesting. And while I was responding, I found my response getting too long and figured I'd make a blog about it.
Now, over the last 4 or 5 weeks, I've been very much in favor of TNA over WWE. They've been putting on better shows and focusing more on
As Booker T's got his top 5, well, so do I. I have been thinking about who goes where for a while now, and I finally came to a final verdict. Here it is:
5. Cody Rhodes
I have always been a fan of Cody ever since he had that mask on. I liked
I thought that this was a good start to Smackdown. I'm actually starting to like the Big Show as Heel because he seems to finally be showing some passion for what he does and his Promos have been fairly solid. Show just needs to start cendencing his Promos because he takes too much time to get his point across.
I came across an old magazine that listed top 25 that changed the history of WWE. I decided to share my top 10 that changed not just WWE, but wrestling history as well. Again this is just my opinion:
1.Wrestling off the mat-matches too long, attendence down, and so forth forced one promoter named Toots Mondt to change the wrestling biz forever by having time limits, fueds, fan favorites,
[LEFT][COLOR=#333333][FONT=verdana][B]Hey everyone. I'm back with another opinion of mine and this time, they are predictions for a WWE Championship storyline. I hope you all enjoy. [/B]
I think for Money In The Bank, it should be Punk vs. Bryan for the title, the winner faces Kane for the title on the 1000th Episode of RAW and if the current champion at that time retains, John Cena will
Updated 06-23-2012 at 08:30 AM by Frank
I’m not the first to comment on John Cena, and I’m sure this blog will get a mixed reaction from the WWE Universe. I’ll be blunt – John Cena is the reason WWE is becoming predictable and losing buyrates.
This semi-rant (it’s a rant people, it always will be when it comes to Cena) was caused by a few factors:
John Cena’s character needs a revamp
How many years
Hey wrestling fans. The Saviour here with another edition of Sudden Impact, where it's all TNA, and we don't talk about the complete hack company from up north.
I love Open Fight Night. I love the BFG Series. This week's Impact gives us both. Let's get to it.
A Double and Option C
I gotta say, I love this idea. I think they're eliminating the weight restriction
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