So with Survivor Series fast approaching us I thought that now would be as good a time as any to have a think about what the “Big Four” PPVs actually mean to us as fans. As we all know, Wrestlemania is that granddaddy of them all, and has a strong supporting cast in the Royal Rumble, Summerslam and Survivor Series. This to me in theory means that the majority of storylines should be built up around
It's good to step outside my "Deluxe Lounge" shoes for a change and blog about current events. I got a lot of things I want to get off my chest, and it all has to do with the abrupt main event change that took place on Monday. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the read.
Now, just in case I wasn't hallucinating last week, am I the only one that watched WWE dedicate an entire three-hour
Considering WWE only comes to the UK a few times a year, I’d expect a bit more effort to be put into the product when the British fans are allowed the experience live.
We got the Raw standard of a few good matches, and a couple of relevant things happened. The thing which stole the show had to be what I’ve dubbed as Vince McMahon killing Survivor Series, though.
As we've seen on RAW this past Monday it has been officially confirmed: No one backstage has any idea what the hell they're doing.
I've never seen a Main Event for a PPV, let alone one of the big four, be announced one week then completely change the next. Why is it so hard for them to book and plan things in advance?
Well enough complaining. I won't be ordering the PPV
For most of its 26-year history, the 30-man Royal Rumble match has always main evented the Royal Rumble. However, there has been four instances where the Royal Rumble match was upstaged by another match. And so without further delay, here are those matches:
UNDERTAKER VS. BRET HART (1996)
The Undertaker versus Bret Hart match for the WWE Championship at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view
What's up everyone it's Heavy here bringing you volume 2 of TCB(Takin' Care of Business) now in the first edition of this series i talked about tag team matches that i personally would love to see.However in this blog i will be talking about something that really has been bothering me as of late, which is comparison of wrestlers.
Goldberg and Ryback
Now of course
Hello again wrestling fans. It’s been awhile, but I thought I would come up with another post to ponder.
Last night I watched the Punk DVD (and recommend it to anyone who enjoys Punk or any other off these vids) and got to thinking about the run he’s had with the title. After holding on to the title after HITC and being put in a traditional survivor series match (something I would love to
Updated 11-05-2012 at 10:57 AM by Frank
It's that time of year again my wrestling friends. It's five months away from WRESTLEMANIA and we all know I count down for that like I do Santamas. And next year is so important because "The Grand Daddy Of Them All" is only a couple hours away right here in NJ!!! And trust and believe... I'll be there.
But, as many of you know... this is the time I make my "Fantasy List"
Ring of Honor was a small independent wrestling company founded in 2002 that has somehow founded a worldwide audience. Ring of Honor has had some of the greatest wrestlers of all time step between there ropes, wrestlers such as the late great Eddie Guerrero, Japanese legend Kenta Kobashi, one of the most underrated technical wrestlers in WWE history Lance Storm, among others. Though Ring of Honor
Updated 11-02-2012 at 10:29 PM by AWrestlingGod
If John Cena Retired Tomorrow
In this blog I will suggest superstars, who are currently in WWE, that would take John's spot as face of the company if he left WWE. I am not saying he is leaving, but if it was to happen. The superstars I have chosen are in no particular order, but the last superstar would be my great pick. Anyway, lets get on with the blog.
Updated 11-04-2012 at 10:37 AM by deadly56
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