Hey Wrestling Fans. The Saviour here with another edition of Sudden Impact, where it's all TNA.
I don't know what happened last week, but my Sudden Impact report didn't get posted on the blog board. Let's hope for a different result this time.
On a quick note about last week's Impact. It was a decent show. The way I see it, with Raw 1000, TNA could do whatever they had
What is up guys! time for another edition of WBC! This time, the topic is the state of the WWE! We are having the champ, Renevious, defend his title against a blogger here on EWN, The Great One! Let's take a look at the champs blog first!
Big Show. 'The Worlds Largest Athlete'. One of the most decorated superstars of all time. However he's only competed at 4 Summerslam ppv's. This is how Big Show's Summerslam timeline reads:
Summerslam 1999 - Undertaker & Big Show vs Kane & X-Pac in a WWE World Tag team title match.Summerslam 2006 - Big Show vs Sabu in an ECW World Title match.Summerslam 2009 -
Updated 08-04-2012 at 04:15 PM by Frank
The most important question asked here is, why did they leave TNA? Despite TNA struggling to become as big as the WWE, TNA still has a show aired weekly on national TV. Although the pay is fair to most of
their homegeown talent, many of them choose to stay in TNA because they're afraid that the WWE doesn't want them, such as with guys like Samoa Joe and Christopher Daniels. Except, no matter
Updated 08-06-2012 at 04:41 PM by Glue
5. SummerSlam 1997
Mankind vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley (Cage match)
Goldust vs. Brian Pillman
Legion of Doom vs. GodwinnsBritish Bulldog vs. Ken Shamrock (European Title)Los Boricuas vs. D.O.A.
Steve Austin vs. Owen Hart (Intercontinental Title)
Bret Hart vs. Undertaker (WWF World
Updated 08-02-2012 at 03:24 PM by bearkg88
What is up guys? Time for another edition of WBC! This time, after lasts weeks blog, I decided to take the top two vote getters, and pit them against each other. As an added mix, a threw in a former champ of the Top 5 series, the chance to take his title back! Also, I am putting the first challenger in this blog. You won't be able to comment though. The champ and other challenger will be in the second
Updated 08-02-2012 at 03:23 PM by bearkg88
Growing up a fan of pro-wrestling as a kid in the mid-to-late-80s & early-90s one of the added attractions of any arena show, TV program or ppv were tag-team matches. I don't mean the kinds of teams where you take two of a promotions top talents - who otherwise have no chemistry or bond between them other than the fact that they're top attractions, and then in a year forget they were ever
Updated 08-02-2012 at 09:59 AM by Frank
Welcome back to Blog Wars 25. The semi finals in the Olympic series will be up soon but in the mean time we will commence with the main series. Last time The Hit Man came out on top to retain the title but this week RavenEffect looks to end his reign. Here is the list...
Top 5 Wrestlers to Jump Ship
Basically, the contestants will list 5 guys who they think made
Arrogance is something which is thrown around WWE (and pro wrestling as a whole) an awful lot. Just look at Dolph Ziggler, Chris Jericho (heel or face, the man exudes it), Damien Sandow, and even TNA’s Bobby Roode use it to be different. It’s now time to add an exaggerated sense of arrogance to CM Punk’s heel turn, and it’s actually working on me.
Not only did we get the new, more arrogant,
Hey everyone. I hope you all enjoyed Part One of this post which was the Royal Rumble side and now I will share with you the Elimination Chamber predictions. I hope you all enjoy.
RAW Elimination Chamber match
The Rock (c) vs. CM Punk vs. Randy Orton vs. Big Show vs. The Miz vs. Daniel Bryan
For this match,
Updated 08-02-2012 at 12:21 AM by ozfan
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