Hey readers. Missed me? Of course you did. Apologies for the lack of breakdown blogs. I've been swamped with end-of-the-year exams and papers. But now that's taken care of -- time to make up for my absence and FEED YOU SOME NUMBERS!
But before we get to that. Got a favor to ask. I'm doing a CM Punk Montage video on youtube and I'd like get as many people involved in it as possible. Those
Updated 12-10-2012 at 10:35 AM by Wrestling_Deluxe_08
Hey fans. DK Wrestling Savior here with another edition of Sudden Impact, where it's all TNA and ....okay. I'm going to stop right there, because if there's one thing that's evident, it's I better never speak ill of a certain company or certain superstars. I don't want all the people that hate my blogs *even though they read them anyway* to get into a frenzy because I dared not like one of their elite.
Bad Influnce & Roode/AJ segment
Great segment, nice mic work and back and forth i was really into it.
Rating: 3/5 stars good.
Decent at best it was nothing really special in my opinion, not Aries best work.
Rating: 2/5 stars meh.
Devon vs Samoa Joe (TV title)
This match was just a plain old brawl but it got me wondering and
CM Punk being taken off the TLC card due to injury is devastating. It was Punk and Ryback who would need to carry this lackluster PPV with an absolute war of a TLC match, that would see Punk walk out as champion. Now we have a rather suckish 6 man tag match. Seriously? A TLC match that can be decided by pinfall or submission? That defeats the whole purpose of the match! Plus, I can't visualize any
TLC: Tables, Ladders, and chairs, Oh my!! That is the way Mick Foley announced the first ever TLC match in WWF. He was the commissioner at the time. Basically like what a GM is now, but just a different title. The first TLC match orginally happened in 2000. Why is it called tables, ladders, and chairs? I'll get to that, but I'd like to start out by giving you the steps toward the first TLC match.
I have waited, waited, and waited, very patiently I might add, for the debut of Dean Ambrose. I watched his promos over and over from FWC, bragged about him to my friends, and tuned into blogs to get any tid bit of information I could find on him. Finally, Dean Ambrose has arrived on WWE Raw! And I could not be any happier. And frankly, the lack of chatter on here about Dean since his debut has been
Updated 12-06-2012 at 11:48 PM by The Saratski
Initially losing CM Punk for the TLC pay-per-view is thought to be a serious blow to the WWE, but when you look deeper; his injury may be a blessing in disguise.
Obviously no one has faith in creative right now to make the best of a bad situation, but if there was one brain the size of a pea in the group, he/she would recognize this a great opportunity.
To cover up for
If the rumors appear to be true, then TNA is making an awful mistake.
Sky reportedly left the promotion last July. She is expected to come back some time in 2013, but the reason why this is is unknown. The reason that Dixie wants her back so bad is because she helps in promoting their company.
I am sorry, but Dixie is seriously out of her mind. She is by no means a marketing
Updated 12-08-2012 at 12:33 AM by OneTimePosterShorry
It won’t come as a surprise to many when I say that wrestling’s popularity has been slowly deteriorating for many years – probably since the closure of WCW back in 2001. WWE’s TV ratings are at their lowest for 15 years and Impact currently earns an average of 1.1 – 0.1 lower than it was in 2007. In five years they’ve actually lost viewers.
It surprises me when I see wrestling
Welcome back Splashers! I was having a discussion with a couple of friends of mine, and the topic of Tag-Teams came up. Some of us mentioned how the WWE Tag-Team Division has really improved over the past couple of months. Then there were a few others who thought that some of these “throw-together” teams like Hell-No and Rhode Scholars, will not last more than a few months.
Updated 12-04-2012 at 02:56 AM by Rick Starr
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