Best rivalry: Austin/McMahon
Best superstar: The Undertaker
Best moment: Beer Truck
Best diva: Lita
Best tag team: The Hardys
Most shocking moment: Stone Cold Joining WCW/ECW Allianace
Best superstar theme: Batista
Which superstar had the best catchphrase/s: The Rock
Best entrance: Batista
Best match: Taker/Hardy
Best couple: Edge & Lita
Best superstar: AJ Styles
Best match: AJ/Joe/Daniels
Best moment: Arrival of Kurt Angle
Best tag team: Beer Money
Best Knockout: Angelina Love
Best X-Division champion: Kazarian
Best stable: Triple X
Best FA signing: Kurt Angle
Best ppv: Destination X 2011
Best rivalry: AJ Styles vs Kurt Angle
As the show ended, you saw John Cena Beating on John Laurinaitis. Zack Ryder then came out to help on the attack on Johnny. They were having fun with him. Zack Ryder got a HUGE ovation when he came out. Then, Triple H comes out. "He's a human being, this isn't right. His chest is red but his back is white!" so he rips off Johnny's shirt to let Ryder give a huge slap to Johnny's Back. Pedigree
Updated 06-20-2012 at 06:10 AM by Dean Klebonas
What's up all fellow ewrestlingnews.com bloggers and forum members? I'm back today with my ideal layout of what I feel has become Number 5 on the list of "WWE's Big 4 Pay-Per-Views Of The Year."
Now granted, it's most likely that this year's Money In The Bank will not be in the same league as last year's amazing event was, but I'm still confident that this will still (hopefully) turn
Updated 06-19-2012 at 10:34 PM by Frank
Hey guys Knox here hoping all is well. I wanted to talk about the possibilities of the WWE making a movie based on the WWE from the 80s to today. Just a pure film with actual actors that shows the mastermind of Vince and how his product got to where it is today.
Why a WWE movie would work?
It would be an opporunity for the WWE to
Mick Foley Segment
I was legitimately surprised to see Mick Foley come out to start Raw as I didn't know Raw was in Mick's hometown of Long Island.
For me its always nice to see Mrs. Foley's baby boy and it was interesting to find out from him that former General Managers will be hosting Raw and Smackdown each week over
I might be in the minority here, but Johnny Ace was one of the best things WWE had going right now. Yeah sure the Punk-Bryan feud is bringing us great matches every other night but the "crazy chick" storyline is absolutely terrible. The People Power movement was fantastic and should be remembered for more than just another power hungry boss trying to take control. John Laurinaitis might
Before I start, im not a Cena hater. I enjoyed his matches vs The Rock and Brock Lesnar and his promos on the Rock were very entertaining. In this blog I'll be looking at why the IWC hate Cena (the character not the person) and what should be done about it.
Cena's promos are very one dimensional. As a face its much harder to cut a promo, Cena takes the easy way out (imo)
Updated 06-19-2012 at 10:01 AM by Callum
Right now is the key words in the title for you folks reading this out there. Right now is used in the title because I know several people will take shots at me for having guys such as HHH, Taker, Rock, and so forth not on this list. Why don't I have them on the list, there are others in the 80s and earlier who deserve to get in before them. That is why guys like Warrior and Nash turn down the honor
Updated 06-18-2012 at 05:57 PM by TheGreatOne
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Well hello again all. This be my second blog on here now, my first being "Digital Era Killed The Pay Per View Star. Since writing that one I have been thinking about what bugs about wrestling today and one thing that was constant in my thoughts were title belts and how disrespected and devalued they have been these last few years.
Mt first point is probably something everyone
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