The shows starts the same as last weeks permerie with the Miz and Micheal Cole standing in the ring welcoming you to WWE Main Event on Ion Television. Right away the Miz and Cole get to the matter at hand the main event Randy Orton vs The Big Show. We get another great video package highlighting Big Shows career followed by a per match interview from the Big Show. Next is a video highlighting Randy
Welcome to the second edition of #RAWTALK!... I am your ever gracious host, Rated_R(ob)KO. Tonight I give to you my thoughts and opinions on what went down this past Monday night on RAW. I know, I'm a couple days late but, better than never right? Either way, I say we get this horse and pony show on the road!!!
RAW felt meaty. It was a very healthy helping of things we've
[FONT=Verdana]One thing I've been consistently happy with regarding WWE as of late have been their documentaries. From the great Shawn/Bret DVD to the awesome Stone Cold DVD to the wonderful Edge one, they've been really great in telling these compelling, fourth-wall-breaking stories. What I love about them is how real they are. They leave almost no stone unturned, aren't afraid to let people in
A ppv that stands out in everyones mind among all others: Bound For Glory. No TNA ppv compares to it. Bound For Glory is TNA's Wrestlemania ppv event. The ppv began in October of 2005. Best ppv overall when you talk about up and down card: I'd probably say 2007 had the best. In any case, to provide hype to Bound For Glory of this years, decided to create a biggest moments list. This is my opinion,
When I hear the crowd mocking Ryback with "Goldberg" chants, I shake my head.
When I read how Ryback can't cut a promo when he hasn't yet been given the chance, I die a little inside.
Ok, maybe I was a little over dramatic on that last one. But nonetheless, characters like Ryback and the subsequent response by we, the IWC, has led me to perhaps give perspective
Updated 10-09-2012 at 03:05 PM by steezin4areezin
323 days. That’s how many days it’s taken me to see no future for CM Punk after he drops the WWE Championship.
I cannot quite pinpoint it, but last night was the final knife in the coffin of CM Punk’s main event status once he drops his title. It might be the fact that WWE has desperately tried to get Punk booed, or it might be that his current rivalry with John Cena has grown stale
CM Punk in IWA
CM Punk a independent wrestling legend, who has left his mark in various companies such as Ring of Honor, and the IWA. CM Punk has been wrestling for many years, while Mankind was being tossed of cells Phil Brooks would adopt the name of CM Punk and would wrestle in backyard wrestling in a promotion along with friends called "Lunatic Championship Wrestling", little did
Updated 10-09-2012 at 03:30 AM by AWrestlingGod
With recent actives in TNA wrestling as of Late I would like to discuss how there Pay-Per-View schedule should look for the year of 2012 and beyond. You will notice that I have subtracted the Pay-Per-Views that generate the lowest buyrate in the year. TNA now have a revamped Pay-Per-View schedule with eight events per hear which is a way better schedule to work off of also I would like to address
This is my very first blog here so bare with me as far as the spelling and wording and such goes this is just a small review of what I thought of raw hope you enjoy
Vince McMahon and CM Punk Prom
What a great way to bring back some ratting I am actulley looking forward to this match and the story-telling that will take place. Even better was the promo to set up the match great
Weight 170 lbs.
Hometown: West Philly
Did you watch wrestling as a kid? And if so, who were your favorites?
Yes, I watched it ever since I was a kid. My all time favorite is Eddie
Updated 10-08-2012 at 11:55 AM by deadgods
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