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Greetings all wrestling fans. I'm back, and this time, I've come up with a new draft on a legitimate outline of what I believe should happen on April 1, 2012 at SunLife Stadium in Miami, Florida. Here we go:
Team A: Jim Ross, Jerry "The King" Lawler, and Josh Matthews
Team B: Michael Cole, Booker T, and Scott Stanford
Hello awesome bloggers and viewers. This came to my mind and I thought, who would of been or should be the person to end the Undertaker's Streak. No way am I saying he should be beaten, but what if he was or will be. Who would be a good choice? So I am going to give you 3 lists. One list is people who have had a chance to end the streak but could not pull it off. The second is a list of superstars
Updated 08-29-2012 at 09:26 PM by Cross
Hey Everyone. DK Wrestling Savior here putting up something new and different today. I'm going to blog about the IWC. There is a broad range of us and I'm going to do my best to touch on everyone. This isn't going to be negative and I have no intentions of insulting anyone, though I'm sure some feelings will be hurt. There are so many topics, I'm only going to mention the most popular based on comments
If a money in the bank ladder match is to happen at Wrestlemania then these are the top 5 people I think will have a chance to win it.
5. Cody Rhodes
I can see him winning and wwe using it for his first world heavyweight championships reign, however because of his possible match with Goldust I don't think he'll be in the match.
Whether it is the big "pop", the lights, the ceremony, the music or the circunstance everbody has an entrance that brings the chills and increases the pulse pounding.
10. Rowdy Roddy Piper...bagpipes and march
9. Nikita Koloff slow walk to the ring, cage match, all the Horsemen are in the ring, surrounding Dusty...The Russians were feuding with Dusty and magnum TA. Nikita
I grew up in the Mid-Atlantic area with the best ever wrestling organization...the NWA. They emphasizes tag-team wrestling which spun-off groups, cliques and stables, as they had each others back. I wonder, who was the most influencial and significant. I suggest the following.
10. The Russians, Ivan & Nikita Koloff.
These guys were big, strong, mean wrestlers that gave a nation
[B]WWE Champions [/B]
3. Shelton Benjamin
2: Matt Hardy
1: Bobby Lashley
[B]World Heavyweight Champions[/B]
5: Scott Steiner
4: Shelton Benjamin
3: Matt Hardy
2: Bobby Lashley
1: Mr. Kennedy
5: Joey Mercury
4: Charlie Haas
3: Kenny Dykstra
What's poppin folks! RatedATB back at it again with first addition of Book It, where I take certain feuds or matches and book them the way I think would be interesting. I hope to continue this series, and I'll take requests as well, so if there's anything you'd like me to book, as far as feuds, matches, or even ppvs, just send me a request in the comments and I'll take it under consideration.
I know what your thinking, "The Piper is blogging on an Impact Superstar!" or "Piper actually does someone on TV more than NXT?" And correct you are, I never thought I would write an Impact blog, but yes, I watch Impact every week, but never gave blogging about it any thought.
AJ Styles is a born Middle, Upper, high card, and main event wrestler, and
Hey Everyone. DK Wrestling Savior here hoping you all had a great weekend. I enjoyed the Superbowl, and like I'm sick of seeing Cena and Orton in the title picture, I'm sick of seeing The Patriots in the Superbowl and was very happy to see The Giants win.
Okay,k let's jump right in as I have a lot of stuff to talk about here. I'll do my best to not jump all over the place.
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