With only a few hours away from Survivor Series, it’s timeto start Talking Smack. I apologize tomy regular readers for missing the past two weeks. We could blame it on a busy schedule, butthat’s not true. The fault fully fallson to WWE 13 for taking up my time. Howdare you entrance me with your flashing lights, WWE 13? How dare you!
If WWE is going to
Wrestling fans and wrestling critics alike. It is time for your weekly dose of the Deluxe Lounge. Let's see how WWE faired on the go-home show to Survivor Series 2012. By the way, I'm keeping the intro short for a reason. You'll find out why as you continue reading. Let's get to it.
The November 12th WWE RAW did a 2.86 cable rating with 4.19 million viewers. Well, it doesn't look like
This was a great one i was very entertained especially when Roode managed to make storm put his contendership on the line
Rating: 4/5 stars
Match 1- RVD vs Kid Kash
It was a pretty boring and short match that had no other reason than to get RVD on tv.
Rating: 2.5/5 stars
Seg 2- EY/ODB
It was ok i guess not much to say about
Updated 11-17-2012 at 02:56 PM by Jaydash
Raw, Smackdown and PPV’s – no matter the WWE programme at the moment, I find myself going into a state of ‘hmm...’
As a Brit, I religiously record my weekly wrestling fix of Raw and Smackdown (and PPV’s every month) because they’re on when we across the pond are soundly tucked up in bed. Usually, I can’t wait to enjoy the feast that’s been recorded the night before –
This is a hypothetical card for TLC. I believe it is not only do-able, but has a chance to be very entertaining, and usher in a "new" PG era, much reminiscent of the Atttude era due to the shock value, twists, turns, and above all, the great entertainment we used to know and love. There will be a lot of character development and something to look forward to in the weeks not just before,
Updated 11-14-2012 at 06:52 PM by Mr. Jay
(Said the wrong thing in the wrong way. Don't want a sentence to set the tone for an entire blog.)
The online internet forums and blogs concerning wrestling are frequently laden with complaints about improper booking, poor storyline development and wild speculation about the direction of WWE. Rather than rehash these well-trodden ideas, I have a different perspective: WWE knows exactly what they are doing, and consistently generate a product that has fans talking, albeit in
Updated 11-13-2012 at 05:38 PM by Monstro
The Future Biggest Wrestling Company...TNA
Let me start of by saying, this is my 20th blog in EWN. I wanted to do something different for a change, something I have not blogged about before. I came to the idea which is...TNA! I never done a TNA blog before, except from now. Anyway, lets get on with my 20th blog!
The good about TNA
I have been a fan of TNA since
Updated 11-14-2012 at 02:59 PM by deadly56
The Monday Night Bore
This is my first blog ladies and gentleman so bare with me on this one!
If there is one thing we all have in common its our frustrations with the current state of the WWE and its abysmal 'product'. As i sit here watching Raw i seem unable to enjoy it because even the smallest details frustrate and annoy me. I just want to walk backstage and tell Vince
So, I registered for this site after reading Dashing Rachel's "blog" about why RAW needs to go back to 2 hours. I'm here to offer a rebuttal. This is the first blog I've ever written for any site anywhere. So if you think it sucks, let me know!! Criticism doesn't bother me.
Anyway... July 23rd is when RAW went to three hours. I was excited because it seemed like we were getting
Updated 11-12-2012 at 07:36 PM by cpattersoniv
Alternative Universe 6
If you look back at the old WWF title histories you will see that the reigns from the 60s, 70s and early 80s are longer than the reigns of today. Bruno Sammartino first reign in the 60s was over 7 years and Bob Backlund’s first was from 78 to 83.
It was a different time.They didn’t have monthly PPVs or a weekly TV shows were constant big storylines was played
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