I may not know much of how the wrestling business works behind the scenes, but neither do many of you. I am pretty sure we do not have any former-wrestlers of a large promotion on this site (sorry to say, Ryan Clark). I do however, know a thing or two about business in general. What TNA is doing is exactly what they should be doing at exactly the right time, everyone just needs to see it from a business
This is my first of many articles to come so I'll start by introducing myself. I'm Craig and I shall be writing exclusively for www.ukwrestlingnews.com . Each week I will gauge my opinion on the 2 WWE brands that are RAW and SMACKDOWN. I will give my opinions, thoughts, ask questions (or should I?!) and basically look for your reaction and own take on the "must see TV"(or not) that is the
Updated 05-14-2011 at 05:22 PM by Frank
This is gonna be my first official post here, the names Mike Madness and I just wanted to get your opinion on a few things.
A lot of people bash the current WWE and in my opinion they have a good right to. Most people when bashing the WWE will turn to the Attitude Era as the way wrestling use to be, and should still be. Like many here, I have been a wrestling fan through the Attitude
Updated 05-14-2011 at 09:57 AM by Madness
Hey EWN. Been a lurker for a while and thought it was time to join the community as ive been enjoying reading the blogs and threads here more and more. Hope i'm sticking to the rules.
This is about TNA's Kurt Angle and Hulk Hogan and the image the IWC has of them now.
I typically don't watch TNA. But will stay up on monday nights til 4am to watch monday night raw live
Updated 05-12-2011 at 12:15 PM by Frank
I believe its run its course, the brand extension is pretty much a joke in this day and age. It's about time to merge the rosters again. This will give us new feuds, all our favs in one show and more time to build hype (2 shows a week to continue storyline, rather than 1 a week, so that's 8 episodes to hype up a ppv match instead of the typical 4).
Here is the reason why this will work
Updated 05-11-2011 at 04:51 PM by Mr. McMahon
It seems that anytime a new character debuts in wrestling, sometimes it seems easiest to compare them to a similar character that has come before them. When Del Rio debuted, the first words out of most people’s mouths were “JBL”, with Sin Cara it was “Rey Mysterio” and with Jack Swagger it was “Kurt Angle.” The constant comparison of wrestlers to those who have come before them has always
Updated 05-10-2011 at 10:47 AM by Frank
Hey guys, I will be making a series of blogs talking about the numerous WWE/TNA who's talents are being wasted as of now. Lookout for these blogs to feature the likes of Samoa Joe, The Pope aka Elijah Burke, Zack Ryder, Curt Hawkins, Kofi Kingston and many more...Stay Tuned
Samoa Joe, he's actually a big guy that can wrestle. As far as big and/or tall guys, I would say he's currently
Lets face it people, in the mainstream area of wrestling, a wrestlers theme music is just as important as the character itself, if not more.
Tt harolds their coming, it signals defeat for their opponent in the eyes of that wrestlers fans, and it for the most part, helps add to the gimmick.
There are some theme songs people just consider bad, and often, for good reason,
Updated 05-09-2011 at 11:47 AM by Frank
On April 1, 1990, at the SkyDome in Toronto the "Ultimate Challenge" ended when Warrior pinned Hogan for the three count. Never ever had I imagined that the Hulkster could get pinned. I shred some tears when Hogan passed the torch. At the age of 6, this was the best match ever . Little did I know that this was the decline of the traditional wrestling. Warrior was one dimensional and all
Updated 05-08-2011 at 05:59 PM by Desitatta
You have to understand the mentality of the Undertaker. Go back and watch some interviews from 2001-2003, when he was able to do some since he was in his biker persona. He wants the youth to step up and take the business to new heights - and he wants to be a guy that can usher that new era in.
The man is a legend in wrestling and always will be, no matter what happens in the future.
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