Welcome back boys and girls. I know my last blog was not the most popular thing ever, but that's sometimes the case when it comes to people's opinions. So let's move on to our next matter. I recently read an interesting blog by someone talking about how the "attitude era" has pretty much marked the end of gimmick wrestlers, save a select few...most notably being the Undertaker. You see,
Hello my fellow wrestling/sport entertainment fans,
I know the WWE's main focus is on the WWE Championship match at WM 27, since it involves its current "poster children" - The Miz and John Cena. In addition, The Rock will play a very critical role in this buildup. I love the fact that WWE is letting these three men, in particular to Cena and the Rock, let them being themselves
I'll be honest, I am a fan of the WWE. I feel they are a very smart organization who knows how to put on a decent family friendly show. I say decent because they do not focus on the older males in the family. Instead they are trying harder to reach the children and women, hence John Cena in the top seat. He is a very charismatic individual who has the exact same appeal that Hulk Hogan once had.
Updated 03-10-2011 at 07:53 AM by JamFran
Welcome back faithful readers. I've been doing a lot of thinking on what to write about next, and I feel like it's necessary to redo a subject that I touched on once in the past. This is obviously the matter of who's being wasted in the respective wrestling brands. Now due to the ever changing storylines in wrestling, I may end up having to write about this on a fairly regular basis. Since RAW and
Updated 03-09-2011 at 05:22 PM by Frank
With the Undertaker's recent return and the subsequent confrontation with Triple H, it brought to the fore an often overlooked fact. Triple H spoke of himself and the Undertaker being the last of an era. While those words are true, their meaning rings a little deeper for the Undertaker, for he is the last of the gimmick wrestlers.
Back in the late 80's and early 90's the wrestling
Updated 03-08-2011 at 03:54 AM by The O.V.
Hey all EWN and IWC readers, I understand that it's been 3 years since the tragic death of Chris Beniot, BUT with the recent release of Chris Jericho's new book "Undisputed" (great read pick it up!) the thought of Chris Beniot has creeped back into people's mind.
The season of Wrestlemania is upon us, and a name that has become anonymous with Wrestlemania is also Chris Beniot
Updated 03-08-2011 at 11:18 AM by Frank
Over the past decades he has been called the Phenom, Bad-Ass, but of course most popular: Dead Man! His WrestleMania streak is almost as legendary as the “Last Outlaw” himself. The Undertaker clearly has more memorable moments in WWF/WWE history than anyone who has come before him.
While the Undertaker walks in the darkness, this years current opponent, lives for stealing the spotlight
The WWE obviously is a well oiled machine as its has a long and successful history, outlasting many of its competitors; but my question to you is how can it become better?
Any business should look and improving and my personal opinion is the wwe could;
Firstly, remove the split roster policy and have one giant roster for both Raw and Smackdown! This wouldnt only improve the watchability
Hey, if you don't know me, i'm WWTNA. I usually don't do blogs on a regular basis but I want to talk about a certain term that as been used in the wrestling business for ages, paying your dues. Lets get started:
I read on EWN that WWE isn't high on Kaitlyn because some WWE Divas doesn't think she paid her dues in the business. I think the term paying your dues can be looked alot of
Monday Night Raw
This past week on Raw was promo night apparently. Some were good some were ok. The Rock's promo was great, but didn't have the same impact as his first. I thought The miz cut a good promo as usual, and that's it for the good stuff.
I personally am not into this HHH VS Taker fued. In fact on paper it looks good, but so far the storyline itself is lackluster.
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