When I first heard Brock lesner announced his retirement at the loss to Alistair Overeem, it was like sweet music to my ears, mainly because I knew he will be coming back to the WWE. He is 34, which is young for someone to retire at the UFC, I assume the only reason he retired is mma training is just way to hectic for someone like Brock lesner, who's probably been training his body since he was a
Updated 01-09-2012 at 11:03 PM by Frank
Welcome back Splashers! I just want to take a quick second to give a shout-out, to the people who participated in my last blog: Jags, PSOJedi, Mattw705, Sully, TheLegendaryIcon, number13, and HCollins-TNA1. Thanks to all of you, for your great posts! Well enough of the small talk, let's get on with
Updated 01-09-2012 at 10:52 PM by Rick Starr
DISCLAIMER: I would like to start off by saying that I do not have any personal hatred towards John Cena the person or the WWE, and that this blog is strictly as a response to the pro- and anti-Cena character rantings. I understand that the WWE is for entertainment only and that the characters portrayed are not necessarily reflective of the actual personalities of the sports entertainers that portray
This is my third blog in 3 days and i was watching HHH v Shelton Benjamin on Youtube and it got me thinking just the amount of extrodinary talent the WWE has just let go! so the 5 i believe they should have kept are these guys!
Shelton Benjamin-If he was given the right push he could have been a big star,he totally dominated the Intercontinental scene and proved he's worth in a number
Updated 01-09-2012 at 09:09 PM by Frank
Been reading blogs on this site for a while now so it's really about time I added to the array of opinions! (Be nice its my first blog ^^)
Moving on, this blog is going to be a list of wrestlers I believe would benefit from moving from WWE to TNA or vice-versa. Would just like to say before we start that I'm aware that many of the switches I am stating are pretty much 99.99% never going
Updated 01-09-2012 at 06:56 PM by Frank
Good morning fellow marks! I've been coming here for a couple of years and just now registered, so we'll see how this goes!
First of all, this is not a PG bashing session. I personally am not a fan, but that doesn't mean that it doesn't sell. John Cena taking his shirt off for mommy and always pulling a win out for the kiddies puts asses in seats. I know everybody loves to hate on him,
Updated 01-09-2012 at 12:14 PM by Frank
For this blog, I am only going from the time frame from 2002 to now. Keep in mind, this is just my opinion of the top 5 most surprising moments I saw.
5: The Rock Returns As Host of Wrestlemania
When i started watching wrestling in the summer of 2002, I remember seeing The Rock lose to Lesnar at Summerslam, and then go away until the following
Updated 01-09-2012 at 01:17 AM by Frank
I have been a wrestling fan all my life and I don't think I've ever disliked someone more than I do John Cena. Though The Miz takes a close second.
Why do I dislike John Cena?
Because he is exactly what Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson says he is. He is a phony. Cena used to rap and it was usually hilarious. His "thug" gimmick was the real Cena. Now he's
Hey guys I'm back again with my second blog! Here is my first blog in case you missed it.
Dolph Ziggler v CM Punk-Two of the very best entertainers in the WWE at this moment in time! Dolph makes a great heel and reminds me so much of Jericho/Triple H back in the old days.Both
Updated 01-08-2012 at 10:57 PM by Frank
What makes wrestling so entertaining? Well, for me, it's how it can make me laugh. It's becoming rarer and rarer these days - but when wrestling is funny it's about the hardest I'll laugh at anything. What makes a match funny? It could be any number of things. Sometimes a match is meant to be funny, sometimes it's not. Perhaps the managers or commentators will add something. Ideally it's a mixture
Updated 01-11-2012 at 10:48 AM by Wombat Attack
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