To start this blog out, I must say, I hate discussing the current state of WWE's product. It isn't that it is all bad or good. It is the responses you receive from ignorant fans who believe nothing in WWE is good. All you see is "PG era" what is wrong with WWE. How to fix WWE? Get all stressed out over it. Like some idiots come here and say "John Cena is what is wrong with WWE."
Updated 06-05-2013 at 10:33 PM by TheGreatOne
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The tag team division, which received a nice push awhile back, has again floundered. The Shield aren't really a tag team, they're three guys who mostly wrestle in six-man action. Don't get me wrong, the Shield are great, and they should hold onto their respective titles for a long time. But I'd like to see some real teams, with real team gimics. These are not just two random guys thrown together,
Updated 06-05-2013 at 01:53 PM by RobVelcoff
Lets take a look at a couple feuds that need a little more juice to be entertaining. Something seems to be missing, lets try to figure out what that is.
Sheamus vs Sandow
What’s the point of this anyway? This feud started a few weeks ago but it has ever really taken off. I think partly because the crowd could care less for either performer. Sheamus has hit a plateau
It was Ryback's attack on Kofi Kingston during last week's edition of Smackdown in which he smashed Kofi through a series of tables that got me thinking - perhaps this incident at the hands of the machine-like Ryback could be the final straw for Kofi. And when i say 'final straw' i mean in the sense that maybe it's time that Kofi turned heel.
For a guy who debuted into the mainstream
“Yes! Yes! Yes!”
This week’s Raw ended with Ryback stood over the prone body of John Cena, but Monday night was about anything but the Three Stages of Hell match coming at Payback. It was the night Daniel Bryan showed the WWE Universe and, more importantly, Vince McMahon & Co. that he is the most over superstar WWE has right now.
Not only did Bryan steal the show, but
Hey peeps and meeps, I'm FellaMeep and I'm here to talk about how the WWE see's wrestling and their talent, as well as how WE the watcher see's them.
Now this is gonna be a kinda brief blog, I hope you accept my opinions on it and I hope you enjoy the read. Thanks for reading
So right now, as far as I see, People be hating on WWE for things that we feel is not right. A
Hey all. It's been a long time. Now this blog ins in response to Speezy88's blog titled "WWE vs TNA one night only battle of the brands" I liked his blog but felt he had too many tag matches and didn't tell us his match types for each match. Leaving that aside I think he did a great job and i thought I'd give it a try. So this is my WWE vs TNA PPV. SOOOOOOOOOO... Layth the subject on the
Updated 06-05-2013 at 03:56 AM by deadsector
5th June 2013.
Dear Mr. McMahon:
I'm a WWE fan who regularly watches the product, and would like to take the chance to address an issue that's been happening all around WWE programming.
I'm aware that I am what it is generally known as an Internet Wrestling Community (IWC from now on) member. The reputation those members
In here I will give an overall score for Raw and what I thought the hits and misses were in my opinion.
Overall Score: 7.5
McMahon Segment: I liked how this kicked off the show last night. We got to see a rare appearance from not one, but two McMahons. I also liked how they took the Triple H storyline and put into play the fact that they are a family and
Okay so I was checking the site this morning and I sometimes read the blogs that people post up. I saw a post earlier this morning which was like a two sentence blurb, and some matchups of WWE vs TNA guys…and that was it! No explanations of why he chose whom versus whom, no setup for this, NOTHING!!! So I just thought this is so horrible that someone should do something about it. So I decided that
Updated 06-04-2013 at 02:08 PM by Speezy88
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