Alright guys this is my first blog so let me know if there is anything I can improve on
Alright so the topic who from TNA could and couldn't make it in WWE
Beer Money- I absolutely love these guys there promos are solid and there in ring ability is good. However a gimmick change may help them I think if they dropped the whole beer thing they could have a better WWE career,
Updated 09-06-2011 at 05:27 PM by broc808
Hey guys hope all is well, Knox here. To quote one of my favorite bloggers "MindlessRants", I'm pretty much about to deliver a mindless rant lol. I think both WWE & TNA are doing awesome right now. Now granted we don't see everyone we want to see every week but its still good television.
One thing TNA does that is awesome, is they are merged with the AAA promotion out
Updated 09-05-2011 at 12:19 AM by knox
People need to stop blaming Cena for everything that is wrong with WWE. The writers, Creative as we like to call them, are the real problem. They are the ones who write promos that are obviously for children. They are the ones who want guys like Cena to look like 'a come from behind type.' Which is why he is limited to 5 moves of doom. They don't give him enough time to do much else. Give him 20 mins,
I've been a fan of the WWE my whole life. So I've seen it go from one of the most exciting pieces of entertainment to the sell-out PG-rated crap it has become today. However, in the past month or so it has been picking back up, but I'll come back to that in a minute.
Now I don't know exactly who's fault it is. Maybe it's Vince McMahon's for selling out, WWE creative for their lack of CREATIVE
Updated 09-04-2011 at 10:46 AM by Frank
Now, I’m going to play devil’s advocate (well, sort of devil’s advocate) for keeping the Split-Brand concept. It seems that one of the main reasons for combining the two shows, which I collectively call the “Rawkdown” is to get better ratings for Smackdown. Now the fact is the hottest draws will always be on Raw and they will always be on Raw because that’s the WWE’s bread and butter.
You heard me. I think the era proclaimed by many as the "best period in wrestling" was greatly overrated. Now don't get me wrong, I liked the Attitude Era, especially for giving us arguably the two most popular wrestlers of all time: The Rock and Stone Cold, but it wasn't as great as everyone seems to remember it. Heres my reasons as to why the era wasn't as great as people think it is.
Alright I admit it. I AM IN LOVE WITH JAPANESE WRESTLING! Now that’s over with I would like to announce that over the coming weeks I plan on doing a little comparison exercise in the form of trying to find the Japanese equivalent for as many WWE superstars as possible. Not exactly original I realise but still fairly interesting.
I will therefore start with one of the most popular
Hey guys the Pooted Hairs here again with another sphincter tightening adventure on your computer. I know what you're thinking "Poot why aren't you wearing pants?" The answer is quite simple....It's in my EWN blogging contract that I can be naked from the waist down when I sit in the bloggers chair. So let's all feel sorry for Rated_R(ob)KO when he sits in the chair after me.
Okay, again I have been side tracked like a goldfish bumping its head on the glass one to many times. I'm sorry. The other 4 FCW blogs are on their way, I promise. But, more things come along my way to ensure that I keep myself busy scratching my head at how insane some of these Professional Wrestlers egos can be.
Recently, the Interwebs EXPLODED because Kurt "freakin" Angle
Been a while since I've blogged about anything but coming across the top 50 wrestlers of all time, and Kurt Angle's comments I'd have to say I agree... here's the list:
1. Shawn Michaels
2. The Undertaker
3. Steve Austin
4. Bret Hart
5. The Rock
6. Harley Race
7. Ricky Steamboat
8. Andre the Giant
9. Rey Mysterio
Updated 09-04-2011 at 10:44 AM by Frank
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