We’re in Las Vegas, NV in 1993. We are witnessing one of the worst WrestleManias of all time, but everything is about to be redeemed, because Bret “The Hitman” Hart just put Yokozuna in the Sharpshooter, and he’s going to have no choice but to give up. Wait a minute! There’s Mr. Fuji on the apron! What’s he doing? What?? He just threw something in The Hitman’s eyes, but the referee didn’t
This is my first blog, I've browsed the forums and there's a lot of speculation to the streak ending next Wrestlemania due to Undertaker ageing and the circumstances around the build-up including his previous match with Triple H.
The build up.
There's a lot of speculation that it'd be Triple H in a rematch and Undertaker was made to look in bad shape to prepare for the
Updated 06-06-2011 at 09:08 PM by Frank
When I was a little fella, I remember that many of the guys that eventually became the WWF Champ, or at least really big stars, always seemed to be an IC Champ, King of the Ring, Tag Team Champ, or Rumble winner on their way up the ladder. It never dawned on me that it was more that just a coincidence. I was a young mark back then, ya see.
But of course it was intentional. It was
Decided to start blogging here just to "get the poison out", so to speak, about my thoughts on various things in the wrestling business. Starting with the top guys in WWE.
John Cena - Always compared to Hogan. Don't get why. Hogan's promos were always fun. Cena's are boring. Even when he was a heel rapper, all his promos did was give the crowd an excuse to yell a swear
Updated 06-02-2011 at 06:45 PM by Frank
This will be contreversial and thats what I like. Guys these are my opinions but feel free to leave your opinion as well as feedback. First, I hope things are going well with you all, now lets get to it.
When I think of an Announcer, I think of many qualities to look for. The ability to not over act, the ability to play their role (face or heel), humor and knowledge of the moves.
Updated 06-03-2011 at 04:13 PM by knox
Among the many grievances fans have with WWE are the way the Diva-division have been in a constant downwards spiral since the heydays of the "Attitude" eras T'n'A. (As in synonyms for "small birds" and "donkey", not in the wrestling promotion formerly known as Total Nonstop Action.)
The arrival of Kharma suddenly made the Divas somewhat relevant again,
Updated 06-01-2011 at 12:06 PM by Iscariot
I am so sick of Cena being in the same damn storyline, playing the same damn role week after week, month after month, year after year, feud after feud.
Whatever happened to different storylines?
If you haven't figured it out, this is exactly what storyline Cena is involved in the whole time:
The person he is feuding with (heel) makes fun of Cena because
Updated 06-01-2011 at 10:59 AM by Frank
Hey guys, hope all is well once again. This is a very interesting blog I want to talk about. The Pg Era is something we complain about alot but I want to point out a few things I noticed.
I noticed that the PG Era does indeed draw money which is why many WWE talents are on board. But I also noticed the dissapearance of many of the main guys from the attitude era that are currently
Updated 05-30-2011 at 11:30 PM by Frank
It's been a while since I've last graced the blogosphere with word noise but, I almost died so I guess that counts for something, eh? But I'm back now, alive and all that good stuff and ready to write my mind on what's going on and has been going on. It's going to be a decent size one I believe...
1.) Averna Signed -- THE 'E has recently signed MCLL Lucha, Averna to a deal.
Updated 05-30-2011 at 11:31 PM by Frank
I've been thinking a lot since the death of one "Macho Man" Randy Savage, and it made me think of who exactly could be said as the "Macho Man" of the 10's. Now before the bashing begins let me say that when I say the "Macho Man" of today, I don't mean in character comparison I mean in company position.
That thought made me think of all the other stars of
Updated 05-30-2011 at 11:32 PM by Frank
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