The recent events on CM Punk and the so called new era in the WWE hashad me thinking about how WWE's new point of view about sports entertainment. I think that the fact is that nowadays WWE is trying, and succesfully did it, to capture little kids to follow wrestling, since they already had teenagers and adults all they needed was to drawn little kids atenttion in order to fully hoard all people in
Monday Night Raw was a good one, bringing a rare upward spike on what has been a steady downward trajectory for some time now. Sure, it still had the nonsensical “secret” General Manager firing in their e-mails, making the scripted nature of the business as transparent as it ever has been. There was still an insistence on gimmicks having to do the talking rather than the work itself, the Vegas
Updated 06-28-2011 at 05:03 PM by RichardLewis
Hey guys, Black Falcon here with my first ever blog on the upcoming WWE Pay Per View ‘Money In The Bank”. Only in its second year as a full PPV, The Money in The Bank match has taken mid-carders such as Jack Swagger and CM Punk and propelled them into big-time matches and Championship reigns.
Here I’ll be commenting on the confirmed championship matches, along with my predictions
I'm going to keep this brief since it's 4am here in the UK and I just sat through a three hour snoozefest. As a result only a few matches will get a mention since the rest were so uneventful.
Dolph Ziggler defeated United States Champion Kofi Kingston
The first match on the card, and the only one (of seven) that was worth tuning in for. It had some great moments of teasing
From the title, I can expect that most people will believe that this blog is more than likely about how WWE is currently forcing us a terrible product. However, this is not the case. This blog is about why WWE has decided to make the product the way it is now.
For the past 3 years or so, WWE has managed to turn it's product into a family orientated product. In doing so, their hardcore
Updated 06-19-2011 at 11:47 PM by Frank
Reading a comment claiming that "the IWC has the power" in modern wrestling has made me start to doubt the intelligence of some of the people who express their opinions on this website.
This is not intended as a rant, I have reasons for my disagreement. They are as follows:
WWE as a PG product
If the IWC had any influence over the direction of
Hey guys! This is my second blog so far and unfortunately not a happy one. While in my first blog I spoke about how the addition of Chyna and Kharma raised fans' hopes in each of their feds it seems neither was meant to be.
First of all let's start with Kharma since she did debut first. After many months of being on the road as part of WWE she finally debuted and it was awesome! While
Updated 06-06-2011 at 04:01 PM by Glamour Girl
Hey guys, I don't know about you all but I'm getting sick of the SVR Series getting more horrible as the years go. With the increase role in technology, the game shouldn't decline at all. Shut Your Mouth and Here Comes the Pain were the best ones in my opinion.
I have some ideas that would make this game better than any game. Even Call of Duty. Better than NBA 2K, Madden, any Rockstar
Updated 05-15-2011 at 06:07 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
Now with Extreme Rules behind us, John Cena can once again use his catchphrase, «The Champ is Here» truthfully. The decision to put the WWE championship belt back on Cena has, expectedly, not been received with laud and applause by the «IWC». You should think that the same people that for months complained about The Miz being champ now would rejoice, but some people can never be pleased.
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