Monday Night Raw was a good one, bringing a rare upward spike on what has been a steady downward trajectory for some time now. Sure, it still had the nonsensical “secret” General Manager firing in their e-mails, making the scripted nature of the business as transparent as it ever has been. There was still an insistence on gimmicks having to do the talking rather than the work itself, the Vegas
Updated 06-28-2011 at 05:03 PM by RichardLewis
I just hope that punk is the new direction of the company, it would be brilliant if they make an effort of it. start by having him win the belt at mitb and let him appear on raw and sd occasionally, classifying himself as an "independent". he can form a faction called "wrestling matters" or something like that. Basically the whole idea of the faction is people who are not pushed
look lets face it ppl im about to name wrestlers that need to be world champ. These guys are uniqe and very entertaning to watch both tna and wwe. Be warned some of the people on this list is a surprise but u will see why i chose them over a few common ppl that evryone usually name. These guys i belive have proven to me that they need to be champ. WWE:
6 The Big Show : He is the
Updated 06-28-2011 at 12:09 PM by the hybrid boxer
We all know the wrestling world is buzzing after CM Punks brilliant worked shoot to close out RAW. It was edgy, it was personal and it was damn real, but what does it mean and why was it done? Between 7 second delays and censor beeps and cutting out the mic (which was done perfectly may I add) most people know this is all an angle cause Vince simply wouldnt allow it to air if it was real. Other
ROH-bots, TNA-marks, WWE-fan-boys. Regardless of how you feel about WWE, CM Punk's promo was the best ones done in WWE since Paul Heyman's on Vince McMahon a few years ago.
(For your viewing pleasure)
Obviously, WWE was behind Punk's promo 100% because we all know that Vince would never let that promo go on for that long.
Last night I sat down to watch RAW, and found myself annoyed at the blatant fixing of the RAW Roulette wheel, and the repetitive matches that were put together. I pretty much switched off after the Evan Bourne versus Sin Cara match because I knew it would be good, which it was (the ending was questionable though).
After RAW had sent me to sleep I woke up this morning to check this
Here are the reason's why CM-Punk's promo wasn't a "shoot".
What a coincidence that Raw ended with that promo.The second he went off-script, his mic should have been taken off. Yes I know it's a live show but it took them that long to mute his micWWE has a great feeling that ROH is going to get big so why not just say the name. It's not like no one knows what ROH is, especially
Updated 06-28-2011 at 02:56 AM by jamez20
For those who did not see CM Punk's promo on the 6/27/11 edition of Monday Night RAW, I feel sorry for you. To quote the infamous Joey Styles:
Oh My God.
Following a table match between John Cena and R-Truth where CM Punk helps R-Truth defeat Cena, Punk walks to the top of the stage and sits down in his signature "straight edge" Indian style with a microphone
Updated 06-28-2011 at 03:37 PM by Wrestling_Deluxe_08
Hello IWC hope all is well. It is 11:13pm June 27 and Monday Night Raw. That Cm Punk promo at the end of the show might have been the most convincing and surreal promo I've ever seen in recent memory.
If Cm Punk is leaving forever then they are letting him go out with a bang. But if Punk leaves forever, we might've just lost the greatest talker the WWE has to offer.
I couldn't help myself with the title. So this is my third blog and I'd like to discuss what aspects of wrestling that really makes for a entertaining show and which company does it best. As I'm not familiar with ROH, they will be left out (sorry ROH fans, I wouldn't like to disrespect you guys).
I know the word wrestler is now taboo in the WWE (i'm still all
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