Ah Money in the Bank. Last night saw a PPV that had major storyline movements and kept the wrestling community wondering what will happen on the next Raw and Smackdown. I believe now that WWE have their 5th major PPV of the year, but i'll get to that statement after a recap of probably the PPV of the year.
First off, we opened up with a great win for Daniel Bryan in the Smackdown Money
I was half expecting when I looked on Ewrestling to find many blogs praising the Money In The Bank PPV. Instead I find the same old nonsense from people who think they are smarter bookers than the people in charge and how they want the WWE to go back to a sleazy, smutty, bad taste product that was all the rage in ninety-nine. Well, let this dumb ol’ mark be the first to say, THAT WAS THE GREATEST
Updated 07-18-2011 at 01:39 PM by Frank
Well hello there peeps,
This is my 2nd blog technically (The first wasn't published dunno what i did wrong) Anyway, I just finished watching Money In The Bank, and I'll sort of give my review quickly on all matches, then go on and focus on the main event, which for as far as I can remember is the best match Cena has had in his entire career in my opinion.
Updated 07-18-2011 at 01:41 PM by Frank
I have spent the last 9 weeks studying for the Illinois BAR exam, so my posts and blogs have been put on hold. But I have given myself a couple of nights off before getting into the stretch, so here goes...
Like many of the fine wrestling aficionados that frequent this site, I enjoy and miss quality tag team and tag matches in WWE. So I'm going to to come up with a few cost-effective,
Updated 07-14-2011 at 10:43 PM by Anyrysm
This is just a blog on how I would have done things in 1997 leading up to WM14
I would have had Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Bret Hart for the WWF title....
in 1997 I would had Stone Cold feud with the Hart Foundation, with Bret beating him at WM13 and then at King in the Ring in a #1 contenders match...Still have Bret beat the Undertaker at Summerslam. Thus having
Updated 07-14-2011 at 09:46 AM by SilverBack
So I've been watching all the PPV's in 2004 and i believe this is wear WWE started getting worse let me explain
1: some good things
OK so thought i should just begin with what they did right befor going negetive whitch if you didn't get it from the title there will be alot of. 1st paying dues the veterans get there 1st world title Eddie, Benoit & JBL they actually had a suprising
Updated 07-12-2011 at 05:32 AM by PHENOMINAL ENIGMA
NOTE: some of these can be used in TNA PPV's aswell
1: Sunday Night Heat/Superstars
bring back the hour programs befor the PPV it gives an undercard wrestler some PPV time & it also gives you time to have some backstage interviews, Add, Add a match stipulations basically just build up the story in a vary of ways. not to mention it also gives you some extra's on DVD's
Vince McMahon seems to hate competition. However, history has shown that having strong competition makes the industry stronger. The WWE, even though it is still the most popular brand in the industry, is not as strong as it could be and is certainly not as strong as it has been. Although the competition with TNA has helped to some extent TNA is certainly no WCW. The way things are currently going
Updated 07-07-2011 at 04:07 PM by jerard
When it comes to the state of the WWE, everyone has their opinions as to what's wrong with it's product today.
As for my views on the matter you can read my previous blogs. However, for this one, I have decided to give you peeps a quiz to illustrate some of the key problems. Give them a go and see how many you can get right!
1. Who, and when, was the last superstar to
Updated 07-07-2011 at 05:46 PM by Daffy Duck's Finest
The return of Battle Bowl: The Lethal Lottery
(Starrcade '91 & '92, Slamboree '96)
This WCW concept was excellent - the ending culmination was a disappointment.
What Worked: The Lethal Lottery concept placed 20+ wrestlers names into a spinning barrel and were drawn Randomly and On Air to make up unique Tag Teams. These Tag Teams would pit friend vs. friend
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