WWE: ATTITUDE ERA VS 'PG' ERA
Hi Everyone, I've been reading loads of blogs on the site for a while now and always like to find out others' opinions, but there's one thing I feel a lot of people are missing out on, so I've decided to write my first ever blog and cover the issue that's nagging at me.
People have been talking about when HHH and HBK were in the ring together
Updated 02-20-2012 at 12:55 PM by jmansky
What makes wrestling so entertaining? Well, for me, it's how it can make me laugh. It's becoming rarer and rarer these days - but when wrestling is funny it's about the hardest I'll laugh at anything. What makes a match funny? It could be any number of things. Sometimes a match is meant to be funny, sometimes it's not. Perhaps the managers or commentators will add something. Ideally it's a mixture
Updated 01-11-2012 at 09:48 AM by Wombat Attack
Now im going to start off saying we all know by now that CM punks Work/Shoot has shaken up things in the wrestling community. That Promo on Raw last week was with out of doubt some of the best Television we have seen on a wrestling show in quite some time, and it was only a 6 min segment at the end of RAW.
Is there anyone out like me who is tired of the Bullshit that goes on in the
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
Pretty much anybody who has participated in organized sports at any level can attest to the importance of setting a pace. Too much adrenaline or aggression and you will burn yourself out too quickly; too much patience or hesitation and you waste valuable time and can end up costing yourself vital opportunities. This logic applies as much (if not more so) to wrestling.
We have all seen
I attended the 2011 Royal Rumble in Boston, Massachusetts. The last time I was in Boston it was for the 900th episode of RAW and that show was horrible.
I had higher hopes for Royal Rumble, which is usually the best PPV of the year besides Wrestlemania.
Ok, first of all you cant have a WWE Champion that can't win a match either on his own or clean. The Miz keeps talking about
“(insert name here) has revolutionised sports entertainment” Chances are, if you’re a wrestling fan, you’ve heard this phrase tossed around more than a racial slur at a red neck get together. Everybody and their grandmother felt they were worthy of laying claim to that honour throughout the nineties and early 2000’s, we heard it so much that after awhile the phrase lost a lot of its meaning.
Updated 01-31-2011 at 01:12 AM by Frank
I am new to this site, but have been a long time Pro Wrestling fan, and now its time to vent.
Something that has been irritating for me for quite sometime is the lack of "creative writing" in both WWE and TNA. I understand that Pro Wrestling is now a part of sports entertainment, but what is going on is ridiculous. I would say that the WWE is by far more superior in story
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