I've been watching some Superstars lately and thinking about some things and I realized: Drew Mcintyre does NOT get nearly enough credit for the heel he is.
Just look at some of the episodes of Superstars from the past few weeks, great competitor and he received a nice amount of heat this past week. He had a great match on RAW with Randy Orton not long ago and to me, has proved that
Welcome back Splashers to this follow-up blog. Last weekend I talked about how the WWE had no problems using wrestlers from other organizations, and I got some excellent feedback. In that blog myself and my readers had no problems pointing out that when all those wrestlers came to the WWE, their careers
Updated 11-04-2011 at 08:29 PM by Rick Starr
I have been reading this website for over a year but have never posted, but I was watching an old episode of Raw I had earlier today and felt like I needed to add to the staunch defence of the Attitude Era. I know a lot of people refer to us as Attitude Marks but quite frankly why wouldn't we be? If you grew up in that era of wrestling you understand, every week you were glued to your TV. Everyone
It's been awhile since I've posted a blog, but given how there is a few blogs/forum posts about the term “Left over” I feel like I have to chime in, but given my habit of typing long messages I figured blog form would be best.
First for purposes of full disclosure, I have an admitted bias to the WWE, as my older blogs have indicated. However, I'm not here to argue that WWE is better,
What's up guys, this is my first blog. I may have gotten a bit carried away... The current trend among WWE fans is bantering about how to get back to the Attitude era. The reality is however that we will never have another Attitude era. Times have changed, fans have changed, talent has changed, and this unfortunately means more than what life-long fans would love to see.
Alright, after reading Rick Starr's blog about leftover stars and the huge discussion that followed I decided to make a blog to really see who picks up a lot of leftovers.
Now first of all I will give you the qualifying of being a leftover is that you have established your name somewhere else and then go to a company at an older age. So guys like AJ Styles don't count becuase even though
Updated 11-02-2011 at 03:40 PM by Frank
Hulk Hogan v Ultimate Warrior
Bret Hart v Shawn Michaels
Stone Cold v the Rock
The three above collisions defined the WWF/E during certain times. The feud was everything that summarised the era which they occured.
There have been gazzillions of other feuds, but these three, from a wrestler standpoint, have been the showpiece.
First of all,
Updated 11-01-2011 at 08:43 PM by Frank
Hey guys, Knox here. This is another one of those dream booking type of blogs. I've always had this huge Nexus (For One Night Only) return booked in my head for a while as a face stable.
Personally I loved the Nexus. I loved each and every member of that click to the fullest and I just don't see why they split them up. Heath Slater and Justin Gabriel were my personal favorites.
Updated 11-02-2011 at 12:51 PM by knox
As great as the Attitude Era was the tag team division wasn’t essential viewing prior until late 1999. The New Age Outlaws were a brilliantly charismatic pairing but inside the squared circle they were obviously lacking in wrestling ability. Other teams like the APA and the Hollys weren’t particularly thrilling to watch either. The Undertaker and Big Show as well as The Rock ‘n’ Sock Connection
After a hiatus, don't worry folks, ChristMasterPiece has returned. Be jealous.
Alright, so, here's the deal: I'm gonna be doing a four-part series on ways the WWE could change their product for the better (in my opinion, of course). So this is Part 1: The New School. Let's get to it.
I guess the first thing you're wondering is, who in the bluest of blue hells is the New
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