Over the past decades he has been called the Phenom, Bad-Ass, but of course most popular: Dead Man! His WrestleMania streak is almost as legendary as the “Last Outlaw” himself. The Undertaker clearly has more memorable moments in WWF/WWE history than anyone who has come before him.
While the Undertaker walks in the darkness, this years current opponent, lives for stealing the spotlight
The WWE obviously is a well oiled machine as its has a long and successful history, outlasting many of its competitors; but my question to you is how can it become better?
Any business should look and improving and my personal opinion is the wwe could;
Firstly, remove the split roster policy and have one giant roster for both Raw and Smackdown! This wouldnt only improve the watchability
Hey, if you don't know me, i'm WWTNA. I usually don't do blogs on a regular basis but I want to talk about a certain term that as been used in the wrestling business for ages, paying your dues. Lets get started:
I read on EWN that WWE isn't high on Kaitlyn because some WWE Divas doesn't think she paid her dues in the business. I think the term paying your dues can be looked alot of
Monday Night Raw
This past week on Raw was promo night apparently. Some were good some were ok. The Rock's promo was great, but didn't have the same impact as his first. I thought The miz cut a good promo as usual, and that's it for the good stuff.
I personally am not into this HHH VS Taker fued. In fact on paper it looks good, but so far the storyline itself is lackluster.
I have been a wrestling fan for years and have witnessed many incredible moments and I can say that without a doubt, The Rock returning was one of the most astonishing moments that I have seen in a long time...
This is my first blog, so I will do my best to get straight to the point and not ramble as I am privy too...but as I can see the majority of the wrestling universe is very excited
I just joined and this is my first post on this site. Ive been a wrestling fan my entire life. Every year I get uber excited around Wrestlemania and this year is no different. Lately Ive been thinking of a dream Wrestlemania card so I figured Id post on here and see what fellow fans thought.
Now these matches are gonna feature stars of the past and present
Let me get to the point. In total between WWE & TNA, there has been 18 returns in last 2 months.
The list in TNA is as follows...
1. Kurt Angle
2. Hulk Hogan
4. Scott Stiener
6. Ric Flair
7. Dixie Carter
The list in WWE is as follows...
1. The Rock
2. Shawn Michaels
3. Triple H
In the history of WrestleMania there have been amazing 5 star matches that we will remember forever. from Hulk v Andre to HBK v Hart to Rock v Hogan to HBK v Taker.
However with this years dissapointment with the dream match between Sting and Taker, and the fact that The Rock is not going one on one with Cena, makes me look back and thin of other Mania match ups over the years had
Ever Since Hulk Hogan “and Friends” walked into TNA in 2009, many have wonder if it has been for the better or for the worse. I will admit when I first heard that when Hogan and Bichoff was coming to help Dixie Carter run TNA I honestly thought they would do great things. In the following weeks, those high hopes, began to get backed up with more reality as some big names began to show up. Faces
Updated 03-06-2011 at 02:37 AM by Rick Starr
WWE has been known for making larger than life characters. They've been known to create those superstars that the fans rally behind. Those superstars that I am referring to are babyfaces. However, there seems to be a shortage in main eventer babyfaces.
While looking through the WWE roster one afternoon, I realized that the top heels of WWE outweigh the top faces of WWE. John Cena,
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