Hey guys, hope all is well and I appreciate you guys that take the time out to read my blogs.
I am so sick of hearing people say that old wrestlers like Ric Flair, The Undertaker, Triple H and other guys are hogging the spotlight because they haven't retired yet. I have a point to defend these wrestlers.
First of, with the wrestlers I've named, all of them still wrestle
Hi all, time for blog number 2 and I can think of no better subject than the constantly debated topic of the WWE PG rating. I would also like to recommend that you check out Polly-Pablo's blog on this subject as they cover some really good angles on this and encourage good debate.
Ok, so lets start by frustrating a few of you by saying...I dont have a problem with the PG rated WWE product.
Updated 02-26-2011 at 05:47 AM by Domkin
Well you can guess what this blog is about. I am a big fan of Triple H. He is one of my favorite wrestlers and I enjoyed his work in the early 2000s. As Triple H begins to win more and more titles, people argue over the fact if Triple H is abusing his backstage authority. But let me clear a lot of things up for HHH haters:
Triple H's backstage job:
Triple has the job
Updated 02-22-2011 at 06:36 PM by VKM
Hi eW community, my names Dom and this is my first stab at a blog. Hoping to be a regular contributor and look forward to hopefully generating good discussions and comments. So where better to start than with what was quite possibly the most exciting return in WWE history earlier this week. Unless you have been living under a rock (pun intended) you will have no doubt seen the 'in ring' return of
Ok this is my "Realistic" card or call it my wish card.
ok il add the MITB Match since im not sure if theyl have it.
Money In The Bank Ladder Match:
Dolph Ziggler, Tyler Reks, Drew Mcintyre, Big Show , John Morrison, R Truth, Mark Henry , Tyson Kidd
Daniel Bryan Vs Ted DiBiase
Hey guys, hope all is well. I have a point for my madness in posting this blog entry. I love the WWE wayyyyyyy more than TNA but TNA pushes the real in-ring talent and the WWE pushes everything but in-ring talent so take a look at my top 10 list for both companies and see for yourself who's getting the bigger push. This is just an opinion.
10.Ted Dibiase - the guy is
AJ Styles is probably the best wrestler to come out of TNA as an original. But over the last year or so since Hogan and Bischoff have been involved it just seems to have gone a bit stale. Now I know this is no fault of AJ, but it just seems like they don't know what to do with him. For example the whole fortune/immortal storyline just seems to drag AJ down, I feel he would work much better as his
Pretty much anybody who has participated in organized sports at any level can attest to the importance of setting a pace. Too much adrenaline or aggression and you will burn yourself out too quickly; too much patience or hesitation and you waste valuable time and can end up costing yourself vital opportunities. This logic applies as much (if not more so) to wrestling.
We have all seen
Before I go into Sting debuting in WWE i would like to state that in my opinion I'm leaning towards the mysterious 2.21.11 being The Undertaker (but please be Sting).
There is an article on examiner.com titled. "Dont Expect Sting in the WWE." In this article two quotes are used to back up the article's title. "I am older and have a family. The schedule would not work.
Updated 02-08-2011 at 06:33 AM by InfoWarrior
I have been a member here for a couple months, but this is my first blog; so I'll keep it fairly short and to the point.
Last night (as we all know) was the Royal Rumble, and for my money I thought it was a great event. The three matches leading up to the rumble were all very good, with great pacing and great showings by the younger talent (i.e. Miz and Ziggler). Even the Rumble itself
Updated 01-31-2011 at 06:49 PM by Anyrysm
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