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Decent ppv last night. I judge a ppv mainly on how well I remember it. And I remember practically everything regarding the matches of CM Punk vs. Rey Mysterio, Christian vs. Randy Orton, and R-Truth vs. John Cena.
CM Punk vs. Rey Mysterio. Now this is the CM Punk we expect. He and Rey put on the best match of the night with some unbelievable sequences. They had some pretty heavy competition
So Ive been seeing different blogs and reviews on other sites about last nights Capitol Punishment PPV, and its been mostly negative. Ive never posted anything on this site, but I felt like the general consensus was off, and anyone who didn't see the show firsthand assumes they didnt miss anything special. Wrong. I may go on a bit of a rant but try to stay with me.
So other than a few
Updated 06-20-2011 at 10:26 PM by Frank
Hi all! this is my first blog soo please bare with me!
As you can tell this is gonna be a whinge about WWE being PG, ill try to keep it brief and to the point.
The other day i was bored and nothing on TV soo i thought i'd put wrestlemania 24 on ( the last non-PG mania' ) it wasn't an exactly amazing mania but it was way better than the slaver WWE currently produce us!
Updated 06-20-2011 at 11:29 AM by bladesyGTS
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I'm going to keep this brief since it's 4am here in the UK and I just sat through a three hour snoozefest. As a result only a few matches will get a mention since the rest were so uneventful.
Dolph Ziggler defeated United States Champion Kofi Kingston
The first match on the card, and the only one (of seven) that was worth tuning in for. It had some great moments of teasing
Whilst browsing the EWN forums, it seems the majority of people feel as if there are too many PPVs per annum for the WWE to be fresh and compelling. However, I believe there can be a counter-argument to those claims that could keep these events being entertaining.
Although at the time, I for one was against this idea. Nowadays, the idea of having single-branded PPVs (apart from obvious
Updated 06-14-2011 at 09:58 PM by Frank
So excuse any mistakes I make on here as this is my first ever post on anything pertaining to wrestling period. I'm young but I've been following wrestling since 2000s so I know my attitude era and pg era.
So to go over to what the title states... if the WWE is going to sustain and grow, it needs to go back to what works. There are three things that worked for WWE in the past. Those
I did. Gold. Pure gold.
Yesterday I posted my first blog here touching on the subject of TNA/Impact Wrestling and my opinion on the product as a whole and I don't think it's fair to write about TNA (which I've only just scratched the surface of what I really wanted to talk about) without comparing it to WWE. TNA after all, are a wrestling company, something they try to mark on every
Hi peeps this is my 1st blog so let me know what you all think.
Last year wwe added wildcard to its ppv calendar only the event never took place and was scrapped for some reason which is disappointing because the title wildcard had so much potential.
Three things before we come to the matches:
1 every superstar or diva is selected at random
Wrestlemania 28: Where Past Meets Future
This is my proposed WM28 card. It will never happen, but this is how I would do it. There would probably be some sort of throwaway tag match or crappy battle royale, but I wrote this assuming WWE stays on the same path as promoting one-on-one matches.
Matches listed top to bottom.
Alberto Del Rio vs. the Undertaker
Updated 06-05-2011 at 03:05 PM by M.J.
This is my first blog, I've browsed the forums and there's a lot of speculation to the streak ending next Wrestlemania due to Undertaker ageing and the circumstances around the build-up including his previous match with Triple H.
The build up.
There's a lot of speculation that it'd be Triple H in a rematch and Undertaker was made to look in bad shape to prepare for the
Updated 06-06-2011 at 09:08 PM by Frank
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