Here we are again with part 3 of my long blog. Again we are going from birth date in the lists and will be going from past to recent. ( or though we should). I hope I didn't bore any of you to death, but in light of recent things happening in my own life, I wanted to do a blog like this. So here we go again.
Counting Down The Most Famous Pro Wrestling Tragedies:
hey guys, IrishWrestleFan here,
ok so il get right to the point, when growing up watching wresting i was pretty ignorant to the fact of how important commentary was to the company, and i didnt appreciate it as much as i should off.
during the attitude era the awesome duo of Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler was second to none. When sitting at home watching Monday night Raw or smackdown, their
For the previous entry in this series, wrestlers 20-16, check out my member profile links.
15. Ravishing Rick Rude
Closest he ever came: SummerSlam, August '90
Unlike many other of the names on this list, in relation to the waxing and waning of Hogan's runs with the belt, Rude's timing couldn't have been better. After making his debut with the company shortly after
Updated 12-04-2011 at 04:01 PM by Wombat Attack
Welcome to the 5th episode of Blog Wars. This week The Hit Man will defend against The_Crippler. So let's see the list
Top 5 Ladder/TLC Matches
In honor of TLC the contestants will pick the best Ladder or TLC matches in history based on what they think is important.
I Know that the Hardys, E&C and Dudleys
After some trial and error, I am back with the second part of my blog of wrestling tragedies. As you may have noticed, I did not list these by importance, but by birth date of the wrestler(s) in question forming a time line if you will. You will also notice that each part has old and new wrestlers - somewhat. Now that I've explained that, lets move on with the blog.
Counting Down The
Hey guys, first time blogger. Don't tear into me if you disagree with my opinions.
Today, I'll be looking at the idea of turning John Cena heel. Why it should be done, and why it shouldn't.
Why it should be done:
In thinking about the subject matter, many reasons appear in my head.
Firstly, like Hulk Hogan in '96, turning Cena heel will generate so much
As the title of this blog states, we will have separate parts since the list of tragedies in Pro Wrestling is very long and will not fit into just one blog. Now that this is clear, lets start.
Over the decades there has been numerous wrestling tragedies. Some are only known in the wrestling community, with some hitting the mainstream media due to the people involved or the circumstances of
Updated 12-03-2011 at 06:20 AM by Dr. Death
(Typo for Bam Bam Bigelow's Death Date.)
Yes, I stole that line from Lee Corso.
There's been a lot of talk about Cena turning Heel ever since 'The Slap Heard Round the World' as a few people have called it. It's coming from the blogs, to the forum posts, to the countless opinion articles on some of the other 'dirt sheets', but is it coming?
Simple Answer – NO
Looking at the logical approach you
Yup, it's Cousin Scribbler again with more thoughts on WWE. It's funny - I'm a TNA fan through and through, but I actually seem to be giving WWE a lot of thought. Not all of it is positive - mainly I'm musing and ranting about what I don't like about it (generic, short-lived tag teams; obvious and retarded blown spots - I'm looking at you, Swagger; and the lack of a "wow factor") and wondering
So first time blogger here but its an idea that I think may be valid.I know after raw on Monday a lot of people see it as a start of the long awaited John Cena heel turn. Now I've been watching wrestling since I was very young my brother introduced me too it around WM9, the infamous one. I actually love this event purely for nostalgia reasons which is another story for another time (maybe).
Updated 11-30-2011 at 09:06 PM by Frank
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