Hey guys! You might have seen me on the forums and this is my first blog so I will try. This year, we have had alot of pointless title reigns but here are my top ten.
10. Kofi Kingston - United States Championship:
This just got in, but when he won the title from Sheamus, I was pissed. We knew that Sheamus was going to Smackdown, but Kofi? Really? He just got off the
Updated 11-22-2011 at 04:17 PM by Nitro_99
Your first (non-colorfully worded) reaction might be "You are a moron, that was a stupid decision!"
Taking a step back and looking at the big picture, it may have been a genius move.
Disclosure: I probably repeated and contradicted myself, feel free to call me out on it, if I'm mistaken on my 'facts' anywhere, also feel free to correct me.
Hello Splashers! Welcome back! It’s been an interesting week in wrestling, so rather than doing a top 5, I figured I would give some of my thoughts on whats been happening.
On Matt Hardy.
Last week Matt Hardy and Matt Hardy Sky spent a lovely weekend together during one of Matt’s visits,
January- Royal Rumble in the Almodome maybe the best since 1995 whem SM won it. Stone Cold a major factor this night in front of about a Wrestlemania size crowd of about 60k. My favorite moment is the fact that when Austin is walking out with his condescending bmf walk. Lawler says that's a bad man right there and Vince says says yes it is. 99 wasn't Austins year 97 was his best as a heel turned
Updated 11-22-2011 at 08:01 PM by Frank
This is my first real attempt at a blog in a public forum. I welcome any comments and I will be posting regarding WWE and TNA leading up to Wrestlemania. I cannot promise that I will be posting after Wrestlemania though.
I've watched Wrestling for a long time. And while I've seen the emergence of many superstars, and dealt with changing times and different eras. I've never thought I'd
OK. So I know full well that I said in the last one of these little battles (however long ago it was) that the next one would be Kawada vs HHH but then I got distracted by the idea of a different comparison, I get the feeling the Kawada vs HHH will never get written if I continue my magpie-like self indulgence and ever changing mood, but it will no doubt get done one day.
What's poppin folks, RatedATB back at it again with his Survivor Series 2011 thoughts. I went 3-6 with my predictions, but you can bet I am DAMN proud of calling Wade Barrett and Cody Rhodes as the sole survivors. Anyway, without further ado...
Match #1 - United States Championship Dolph Ziggler (c) vs John Morrison
This match is a prime example of why WWE would be out of their
Updated 11-21-2011 at 11:13 AM by RatedATB
Being a Manager is a lost Art in prowrestling. Back in the early 90s and 80s there was 4 or 5 maangers per promotion. Managing in Prowrestling is outdated, Along with the Attitude era and NWO Managing just seemed like a thing of the past. Today we have very few managers and in WWE there is only one and she is becoming one of the all times Greats and thats Vickie Guerrero. A heel could burned down
Hey guys hope all is well. I'm blogging today on the great sadistic and grueling wrestlers in history. This is an opinionated list so try not to bash and say whom I forgot because I didn't forget anyone lol its opinionated.
However, I would appreciate if everyone left their own list in the comment section so we can compare and have a friendly debate. Hope you all enjoy.
Dolph Ziggler vs. John Morrison - Good opening match. But I think we all knew Ziggler was going to win. As if Morrison apparently heading towards unemployment wasn't bad enough, the guy has to hear how much the MSG crowd wanted Ryder in the match instead of him. Ryder coming out was the only thing that kept the crowd from chanting Morrison out of the building with the "Na na na, na na na,
Updated 11-21-2011 at 12:37 AM by Parallax
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